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The white lie
"The white lie" is a tense, beautifully crafted novel about families and the rationale of secrecy - the terrifying capacity for self-deception in all of us, when we cannot bear to confront the truth. It explores the potential dangers of not dealing with the emotional fall out of grief and loss.
|LC Classifications||PR6107.I4665 W45 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||389 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||2012397620|
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Nov 15, · The White Lie reveals a portion of Walter Rea's evidence that much of what several generations have been taught concerning Ellen White's writings simply is not true -- or at the minimum, it is enormously overstated.
The books of numerous writers of her time, and earlier, are known to have been accessible to her.4/4(43). A polemic against Ellen White by an erstwhile devoté, who had seen her as a prophetess of nearly canonical proportions; to the point that he had committed her works to memory, much as one might do with the Scriptures - until, after having exhausted all of her printed works, he resorted to study of The white lie book within her personal library/5.
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The White Lie is a debut novel by Andrea Gillies whose biography won the Orwell Prize in and the Wellcome Trust Book Prize in The book opens as Ursula Salter returns in distress from the loch on her parents' Scottish estate and confesses to killing her year-old nephew, Michael/5.
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In The Big White Lie, Michael Levine, former DEA agent and bestselling author of Deep Cover, leads the reader through a decade of undercover work/5(). Apr 30, · White Lies: A gripping psychological thriller with an absolutely brilliant twist Kindle Edition by/5().
May 07, · Fast-paced and suspenseful "White Lies" by Jeremy Bates is a page turner. He writes The white lie book admirable imagery and gives the reader the feeling of actually being there.
The story begins with Katrina, the main character, having to tell a white lie in order to escape a scary and dangerous situation/5.
Apr 17, · White Lies is written in a way that means it quickly became a very addictive read. Beginning in the form of statements (though written in a typical story style), we hear from Dr Alex Inglis who cheats on her husband in Ibiza only to return to the UK to find out the person she had sex with is her 17 year old patient, Jonathan Day/5.
Time Magazine-- "The White Lie is a bomb shell which has shocked the church." (Aug. 2, ) (Aug. 2, ) Walter Martin (editor, author, and leading authority on cults)-- "A thorough and factual analysis. The White Lie’s author employs the cynical phrase “the super-salesmen of the psychic,” a recurring theme that is woven throughout the fabric of the treatise.
These “supersalesmen” dispense their spiritually deceptive wares to the. Jun 10, · The White Lie’s author employs the cynical phrase “the super-salesmen of the psychic,” a recurring theme that is woven throughout the fabric of the treatise.
These “supersalesmen” dispense their spiritually deceptive wares to the unsuspecting and gullible religious masses, preying upon the guilt of their victims in order to peddle their product of fear. Apr 01, · Rea exposes the lie that Ellen White wrote her own material.
She borrowed liberally from writers of her time. The author provides full documentation of White's borrowings and gives an account of the church's efforts to stifle his inquiry.5/5(5). Mar 14, · In The Big White Lie, Levine, former DEA agent & bestselling author of Deep Cover, leads readers thru a decade of undercover work.
His prose is fast-moving, readable & hard-hitting. He tells how the beautiful S. American “Queen of Cocaine” seduced the CIA into protecting her from prosecution as she sold drugs to Americans; how s/t: An Undercover Odyssey4/5. Sep 21, · Walter Rea, The White Lie. - Turlock: M & R Publications, Contents: Foreword, Prologue, How to change History, Go Shut the Door, Say It Isn't So, Gone, but Not Forgotten, That High Shelf (Local Appendix and Local Comparisons), Sources from Which She Drew (Local Appendix and Local Comparisons), New Light from the White (Local Appendix and Local Comparisons), The Flight from the White.
In when The White Lie was published, there were more than 70 Ellen G. White books in print, an aggregate of more than 35, pages. Although there is some repetition in the books, there are also some 50, typewritten pages of letters, sermons, diaries, and manuscripts on file in the White Estate and at eight research centers around the world.
Time Magazine - "The White Lie is a bomb shell which has shocked the church." (Aug. 2, ) (Aug. 2, ) Walter Martin (editor, author, and leading authority on cults) - "A thorough and factual analysis.
Sep 01, · WHITE LIES is the fourth book in the author's Rescues series. I can attest that WHITE LIES works very well as a stand-alone and, while I do plan to check out the rest of the series soon, there's no need to enjoy this series in order.
WHITE LIES is nothing short of a classic and will be a keeper on my bookshelf!/5. If you are a Seventh-day Adventist looking for something to boost your faith in Ellen White, the SDA pioneer or prophetess, be forewarned that this book will prove to be a bitter pill to swallow.
Rea exposes the lie that Ellen White wrote her own material. She borrowed liberally from writers of her time/5(4). Jun 25, · White Lies InRev. James Reeb was murdered in Selma, Alabama. Three men were tried and acquitted, but no one was ever held to account.
Fifty years later, two journalists from Alabama return. Feb 05, · Based on a novel by Whale Rider writer Witi Ihimaera, White Lies - New Zealand's entry in the Oscar competition for best foreign-language film - is an intense drama that explores with great humanity and sensitivity such difficult topics as race relations, skin bleaching and abortion.
Chapter 1: How To Change History. Order Walter Rea's book: "The White Lie" by Walter Rea. With the turn of the century to the s the world had a lot of patching up to do.
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