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Bramhall, Mark

Works: 54 works in 182 publications in 1 language and 9,212 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Juvenile works  Biography  History  Miscellanea  Psychological fiction  Detective and mystery stories  Allegories  Suspense fiction  Young adult works 
Roles: Narrator, Actor
Classifications: PQ2683.I32, 843.914
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Publications about Mark Bramhall
Publications by Mark Bramhall
Most widely held works by Mark Bramhall
Aleph by Paulo Coelho( Sound Recording )
9 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 797 libraries worldwide
Aleph marks a return to the author's beginnings. In a frank and surprising personal story, one of the world's most beloved authors embarks on a remarkable and transformative journey of self discovery. Facing a grave crisis of faith, and seeking a path of spiritual renewal and growth, he decides to start over: to travel, to experiment, to reconnect with people and the world. On this journey through Europe, Africa, and Asia, he will again meet Hilal, the woman he loved 500 years before, an encounter that will initiate a mystical voyage through time and space, through past and present, in search of himself. Aleph is an encounter with our fears and our sins; a search for love and forgiveness, and the courage to confront the inevitable challenges of life
Titanic voices from the disaster by Deborah Hopkinson( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 687 libraries worldwide
Tells the tale of the sinking of the Titanic using the narratives of the witnesses and survivors to the disaster
Navigating early by Clare Vanderpool( Sound Recording )
6 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 679 libraries worldwide
At the end of World War II, Jack Baker, a landlocked Kansas boy, is suddenly uprooted after his mother's death and placed in a boys' boarding school in Maine. There, Jack encounters Early Auden, the strangest of boys, who reads the number pi as a story and collects clippings about the sightings of a great black bear in the nearby mountains
New York [the novel] by Edward Rutherfurd( Sound Recording )
6 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 647 libraries worldwide
An intertwining characters and monumentous events that shaped New York and America, from the Revolutionary War to the attacks on the World Trade Center
Hostage [a novel] by Elie Wiesel( Sound Recording )
7 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 595 libraries worldwide
It's 1975, and Shaltiel, a professional storyteller and writer, has been taken hostage. His captors, an Arab and an Italian, don't explain why Shaltiel has been chosen, just that his life will be bartered for the freedom of three Palestinian prisoners. Shaltiel resorts to what he does best, telling stories to himself and to the men who hold his fate in their hands. A Communist brother and a childhood spent hiding from the Nazis are some of the memories that unfold during his captivity
Fire in the blood by Irène Némirovsky( Sound Recording )
7 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 591 libraries worldwide
At the center of the tale is Silvio, who in his younger years fled the boredom of the village for of travel and adventure, returns to live in a farmer's hovel in the middle of the woods. Much to his family's dismay, Silvio is content with his solitude. But when he attends the wedding of his favorite young cousin, Silvio begins to be drawn back into the complicated life of this small town. As the narration unfolds, we are given an intimate picture of the loves and infidelities, the scandals, the youthful ardor and regrets of age that tie Silvio to the long-guarded secrets of the past
The Sonderberg case by Elie Wiesel( Sound Recording )
8 editions published in 2010 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 506 libraries worldwide
When he is called upon to cover the murder trial of a German expatriate, well-regarded New York City theater critic Yedidyah Wasserman must come to grips with his own family's hidden past
The notorious Benedict Arnold a true story of adventure, heroism, & treachery by Steve Sheinkin( Sound Recording )
4 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 427 libraries worldwide
An introduction to the life of Benedict Arnold that highlights not only the traitorous actions that made him legendary, but also his heroic involvement in the American Revolution
Don't know much about the American presidents by Kenneth C Davis( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 366 libraries worldwide
Introducing the ancestors who settled the East and expanded the West, as well as those who had been living here all along, Davis sure touch brings the drama and excitement of the American story vividly to life
A mad desire to dance a novel by Elie Wiesel( Sound Recording )
3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 292 libraries worldwide
Doriel, a European New Yorker, turns to Judaism and a psychoanalyst to discover and heal the immense personal wounds he carries. These wounds directly relate to the overabundance of well-detailed memories he carries from the Holocaust and the death of his mother
On heaven and Earth Pope Francis on faith, family, and the church in the twenty-first century by Francis( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 257 libraries worldwide
From the man who became Pope Francis, Jorge Mario Bergoglio shares his thoughts on religion, reason, and the challenges the world faces in the 21st century with Abraham Skorka, a rabbi and biophysicist
Great soul Mahatma Gandhi and his struggle with India by Joseph Lelyveld( Sound Recording )
4 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 238 libraries worldwide
In this ambitious, original study, Pulitzer Prize-winner Lelyveld sets out to measure Gandhi's accomplishments as a politician and an advocate for the downtrodden--against Gandhi's own expectations and in light of his complex, conflicted feelings about his place in Indian history
Not the last goodbye on life, death, healing, and cancer by David Servan-Schreiber( Computer File )
5 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 235 libraries worldwide
Nineteen years after his original diagnosis, David Servan-Schreiber submits to an emergency MRI that confirms his brain cancer has returned. From nutrition and exercise to rest and meditation, the protocol he followed allowed him to live to the fullest for two decades beyond medical expectation. The story he tells raises many of the most complex and personal questions about how people choose to live and how they prepare for death
A quiet belief in angels by Roger Jon Ellory( file )
6 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and held by 206 libraries worldwide
In 1939 in the small rural community of Augusta Falls, Georgia, twelve-year-old Joseph Vaughan learns of the brutal assault and murder of a young girl. It is the first in a series of killings that will plague the community over the next decade. Determined to protect the town from the evil in their midst, Joseph and his friends from "the Guardians" to watch over the community. But the murderer evades them, and they watch helplessly as one child after another is taken. Even when the killings cease, a shadow of fear follows Joseph for the rest of his life. The past won't stay buried, and fifty years later, Joseph must confront the nightmare that has overshadowed his entire life--Publisher's description
The last theorem by Arthur C Clarke( Sound Recording )
3 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 203 libraries worldwide
The Last Theorem is a story of one man's mathematical obsession, and a celebration of the human spirit and the scientific method. It is also a gripping intellectual thriller in which humanity, facing extermination from all-but-omnipotent aliens, the Grand Galactics, must overcome differences of politics and religion and come together ... or perish
Don't know much about geography [everything you need to know about the world but never learned] by Kenneth C Davis( Sound Recording )
2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 191 libraries worldwide
Examines the amusing perceptions that people historically have had about the world and the universe, with a look at the world map today and passages from memorable travel writers
Child of vengeance a novel by David Kirk( Sound Recording )
4 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 189 libraries worldwide
Japan in the late 16th century was a land in turmoil. Lords of the great clans schemed against each other, served by samurai bound to them by a rigid code of honor. Bennosuke is a high-born but lonely teenager living in his ancestral village. He was raised by his uncle Dorinbo, a Buddhist monk who urges him to forgo violence embrace the contemplative life. But Bennosuke worships his absent father, and when Munisai returns, gravely injured, Bennosuke must confront his family's history
In the spirit of Crazy Horse the story of Leonard Peltier and the FBI's war on the American Indian movement by Peter Matthiessen( file )
8 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 188 libraries worldwide
This powerful book was censored and kept off the shelves for eight years because of one of the most protracted and bitterly fought legal cases in publishing history. On a hot June morning in 1975, a fatal shoot-out took place between FBI agents and American Indians on a remote property near Wounded Knee, South Dakota, in which an Indian and two federal agents were killed
The secret in their eyes a novel by Eduardo A Sacheri( Computer File )
7 editions published between 2009 and 2012 in English and held by 185 libraries worldwide
Benjamín Chaparro is a retired detective still obsessed by the brutal, decades-old rape and murder of a young married woman in her own bedroom. While attempting to write a book about the case, he revisits the details of the investigation. As he reaches into the past, Chaparro also recalls the beginning of his long, unrequited love for Irene Hornos, then just an intern, now a respected judge
American desperado by Jon Roberts( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 170 libraries worldwide
Jon Roberts was one of America's most successful drug traffickers, pulling in millions of dollars by helping the Medellin cartel smuggle cocaine across United States borders. Here, Roberts tells the amazing story of his rise, his inevitable arrest, and his decision to become a government informant. Along the way, he shows remorse for some of his crimes, and a hope that his son doesn't try and follow him in his criminal footsteps
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