Kiera Giordan

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Kiera Giordan

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description A selection of titles incorporating different reads, some with multiple characters.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
the Pender Wicks, a summer tale of four sisters to rabbits and a very interesting boy by Jeanne Birdsall. Not that they didn't love Cameron, but what is summer without a trip to somewhere special? Then, out of the blue, Mr Pender Wick heard through a friend of a friend about a cottage in the Berkshire Mountains. It had plenty of bedrooms and a big fenced in pen for a dog perfect for big, black, clumsy, lovable hound Pender wit. It was available to be rented for three weeks in August. Mr Pender Wicks snatched it up, sight unseen. He didn't know what he was getting us into. Bad, he would say. Rosalind always said it's too bad Mommy never saw R and L. She would have loved the gardens, and Jane would say, There are much better gardens in heaven and Mommy will never have to bump into Mrs Tifton in Heaven's guy added, to make her sister's laugh and laugh, they would, and the talk would move on to other things until the next time. Someone remembered aren't a body to die for. The front door is open, and I walked into the reception area where a girl of no more than 25 was sitting at the front desk staring at a terminal screen. Like my massage therapist. She had bright red hair, held off her face with a tiny blue clip without giving her time to inquire if she could help me. I explained the situation to her and asked if she could open up the spa. The watch has incredible sentimental value to me who can let me in? Well, Danielle could, but I don't wanna wake her. Is there someone else? She thought for a second, her blue eyes raised to the ceiling. Well, the manager had the day off, but I guess I could call Piper. She's an assistant manager and she's got a key. But then she'd have to drive all the way back here. No, she wouldn't. She lives right here. There's a building out back where some of the staff's day. I don't think she'd mind coming over Natalie. That's what it said on her name. Tag glanced in a phone sheet on her desk and placed the call. Shirley Jones, Chapter four. Everything's Going my way, the setting sublime. But Jack's conversation eclipsed even the high glamour of the night, the great seducer he was. He alternated between regale ing me with his own stories and asking me a 1,000,000 questions about my life and career. What was it like making Oklahoma? What we're Rodgers and Hammerstein like? What did I think of Rod Steiger? And then on to my childhood, my family, my hopes and my dreams? Jack didn't just romance May that night. He also dazzled me with his intellectual acumen. He quoted the row, discussed politics, religion and economics and was always articulate and informative. I was enchanted, captivated, enthralled. That night in Paris, Jack and I talked the evening away at the tour D Argent, then moved on to a notorious nightclub owned by one of Marlene Dietrich's lesbian lovers. The Greater Journey Chapter four, the medicals. The second great difference was the supply of cadavers for dissection in the United States. Because of state laws in public attitude, Dead bodies for medical study were hard to obtain and consequently expensive. Until 18 31 trade in dead bodies in Massachusetts had been illegal, which led numbers of medical students of earlier years, including Mason Warren's father to become grave robbers. The new Massachusetts law permitted on Lee the use of corpses buried at public expense, which meant mainly the bodies of those who died in prison. New York to had such a law and other states Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Illinois, Tennessee would follow.