Erscheinungsdatum: 24.10.2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Silent Truth, Autor: Edwards, Mark, Verlag: Xlibris, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: SOCIAL SCIENCE // Emigration & Immigration, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 240, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 375 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Silent Hill: Homecoming is the latest entry into the Silent Hill franchise. The story follows Alex Shepherd, returning to his hometown of Shepherd's Glen to investigate the sudden disappearance of his brother. From Shepherd's Glen to the foggy streets of Silent Hill, Alex must face the darkest of horrors in order to find his brother. Struggling with his own grip on reality, Alex must unravel the mystery behind his nightmares, discover the truth behind his brother's and father's disappearances, and confront the evil that has taken hold of his own flesh and blood.
Korean horror directed by Su-chang Kong. When a team of soldiers is sent on a rescue mission after an entire military barracks falls silent, what they find there is so horrific that they are ordered to burn the outpost - known as GP 506 - to the ground the following morning, destroying any evidence of the horrors that took place. The team find themselves with only eight night-time hours to explore the maze-like underground tunnels, find their target and uncover the awful truth.
Appearing several years before his career-defining role in Black Narcissus, David Farrar plays a Fleet Street reporter who discovers an uncomfortable truth when he sets out to unravel a murder mystery. Anne Crawford, William Hartnell and silent-era idol John Stuart also feature among the top-line cast of this gripping wartime thriller – featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its original theatrical aspect ratio. Ellington, a keen editor and newspaperman, has been neglecting his wife for his work; she, irked by her husband's selfish behaviour, has been carrying on a mild flirtation with man-about-town Paul Grayson – a flirtation which turns to murder. Ellington, smelling a story and not knowing of his wife's involvement, sends his ace reporter Brookie out discover the truth...
When a secret military border post falls silent, an army team is dispatched overnight to re-establish contact and safely retrieve the son of the Army Chief of Staff who is posted there. What they find is so shocking that HQ orders GP506 to be burnt to the ground at dawn - incinerating the evidence. The investigative team are left with just eight hours to explore the maze-like underground tunnels, find their target and uncover the truth. Time is running out, but the terror that has engulfed GP506 has only just begun...
Set in England, at the end of WW2, a powerful novel about identity, bravery and tolerance with messages that are as strong and relevant today as they were in 1946.October, 1946. The Red Cross escort a group of child refugees from Europe to England. Among them is Brigitta - a serious, silent figure with worn clothes and a small cardboard suitcase containing a single grey glove. Arriving in London, Brigitta breaks from the group and runs . . .Brigitta's mission: to reach Summerland Hall and find the one person who can solve a wartime mystery. But Summerland holds secrets and shadows of its own... and perhaps the key to a new life and new beginnings.An extraordinarily rich tale of love, prejudice, truth and forgiveness, inspired by real events.Praise for The Red Ribbon: Captivates, inspires and ultimately enriches.Heather Morris, author of The Tattooist of AuschwitzAdlington, LucyLucy Adlington is a writer and clothes historian. Her novels for teenagers, including The Diary of Pelly D , Burning Mountain and The Red Ribbon have been nominated and shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal, the Manchester Book Prize, the Leeds Book Prize and the Rotherham Book Award. She tours the UK with dress history presentations and writes history books for adults, including Women's Lives and Clothes in WW2: Ready for Action , and Stitches in Time: the Story of the Clothes We Wear .Find out more at www.historywardrobe.com or on Twitter: @historywardrobe
Many artists and architects through the centuries, fell under the silent, timeless fascination of Roman ancient ruins; some of them are still amazingly eloquent and allow you to feel the vibration of the spaces they used to be. A private guided tour will lead you to discover the astonishing remains of the Baths of Caracalla, one of the largest ever built in the Roman Empire, then the massive traces of Circus Maximus, an enormous arena meant for horse races and now hosting premium musical and sportive events. Close by, an ancient church will disclose on e of its treasures: the Mouth of Truth, an iconic graven mask which seems to be able to spot lies... At the end of it all, surrounded by these stately witnesses of the past, you will enjoy the freshest of Roman delicacies: grattachecca, an ice granita with a wide range of delicious flavors.