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Rosemary - The Silent Shore  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by aseson at March 29, 2011
Rosemary - The Silent Shore

Rosemary - The Silent Shore
BBC Audio Books | 2010 | ISBN: 0727857436 | MP3/32 kbps | 90 MB

After a startling revelation led "Sprat" Nicholls to break off with her childhood sweetheart, Denzil Vargo, and quarrel with her family, she was determined to get as far away from her native Cornwall as possible - and London, three hundred miles from home, seemed like a pretty good start. For a time, the capital provides some amusing diversions, including a new suffragette acquaintance and the startling appearance of Tom Courtney, Denzil's nemesis. But the stifling atmosphere of the city streets soon has Sprat longing for the fresh, peaceful cliffs of her home, for the open arms of her forgiving parents - and for the bewildered Denzil, who has no idea at all why he and Sprat can never be together…

Beautiful Book of Nursery Rhymes  

Posted by TimMa at Jan. 9, 2011
Beautiful Book of Nursery Rhymes

Beautiful Book of Nursery Rhymes
Publisher: Dodge Publ. | 1900 | ISBN: N/A | English | PDF | 165 pages | 6.47 Mb

A magnificently illustrated collection of well-loved nursery rhymes, including Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog, The Story of the Three Little Pigs, Sing A Song of Sixpence, Little Jack Sprat and Old Dame Trot and Her Pig. Gorgeous!

Doctor at Sea / Rendez-vous à Rio (1955) [Re-UP]  

Posted by galmuchet at March 31, 2009
Doctor at Sea / Rendez-vous à Rio (1955) [Re-UP]

Doctor at Sea / Rendez-vous à Rio (1955)
2xDVDrip | XviD-949 | [email protected] | 544x304 | Audio: English (French subbed or not) | DVD Cover & Sticker | 1h30 | 700 Mb
Comedy | UK 1955 | Director Ralph THOMAS

This second entry in the British "Doctor" series once more stars Dirk Bogarde as young medico Simon Sparrow. Securing his first job as ship's doctor on a freighter, Simon again runs afoul of James Robertson Justice, here cast not as the irascible Sir Lancelot Sprat but as ship's captain Hogg. Unexpectedly, the freighter is obliged to take on passengers–specifically, the man-hungry daughter (Brenda DeBanzie) of the shipping magnate who owns the vessel, and toothsome French chanteuse Helene Colbert (Brigitte Bardot, in her first English-language film). As the older woman makes a play for the crusty captain, Helene sets her sights on the nonplussed Dr. Sparrow.