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Kruger, Gabrielle

Works: 9 works in 12 publications in 1 language and 158 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Fiction  Psychological fiction  Detective and mystery stories 
Classifications: HQ1735.6.Z75, 305.4209581
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Publications about Gabrielle Kruger
Publications by Gabrielle Kruger
Most widely held works by Gabrielle Kruger
Of love and slaughter by Angela Huth( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 28 libraries worldwide
Cocktails for three by Madeleine Wickham( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 28 libraries worldwide
Three women - Roxanne, Maggie and Candice - smart and successful, working in the fast and furious world of magazines, meet for cocktails and gossip once a month. A chance encounter in a cocktail bar sets in train an extraordinary set of events which upsets all their lives and almost destroys their friendship
The Eyre affair by Jasper Fforde( Sound Recording )
4 editions published between 2001 and 2003 in English and held by 26 libraries worldwide
This is the 1985 of Thursday Next, a literary detective without equal, fear or boyfriend, She is on the trail of the villainous Acheron Hades, who has been kidnapping characters from works of fiction and holding them to ransom. Jane Eyre herself has been plucked from her novel and Thursday must find a way into the book to repair the damage. She also has to find time to halt the Crimean conflict, persuade the man she loves to marry her and rescue her aunt from inside a Wordsworth poem. Aided and abetted by a cast that includes her time-travelling father, a pet Dodo and Edward Rochester himself Thursday embarks on a breath-taking adventure
My forbidden face by Latifa( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 21 libraries worldwide
Latifa was born in Kabul in 1980 into an educated middle-class Afghan family, at once liberal and religious. As a teenager she was interested in fashion and cinema and going out with her friends, and she longed to become a journalist. Her mother, a doctor, and her father a businessman, encouraged her dreams. Then, in 1996, the Taliban seized power. From that moment, Latifa, sixteen years old, became a prisoner in her own home. Her school was closed. Her mother was banned from working. The simplest and most basic freedoms - walking down the street, looking out of a window - were no longer hers. She was now forced to cover herself entirely with a burqa. With painful honesty and clarify, Latifa describes how her world fell apart in the name of a fanatical interpretation of a faith
The well of lost plots a Thursday Next novel by Jasper Fforde( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 21 libraries worldwide
Leaving Swindon behind her, to hide out in the well of lost plots - where all fiction is created - Thursday next, literary Detective and son-to-be one-parent family, settles down in an unpublished novel of dubious
The mermaid's purse by Katy Gardner( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 15 libraries worldwide
Strange tides are acting upon Cass Bainbridge. Impelled to leave London and the comfortable home she shares with her partner, she takes up a lecturing post on the south coast. But Brighton is not the natural choice for a woman with a long-standing fear of the sea. Dealing with some of the students on her course - surely, difficult or just plain odd - against the backdrop of a series of attacks on campus, means that Cass is soon finding elements of her new life distinctly disturbing. Painful memories begin closing in on Cass: the spectre of a secret that finally tore apart her damaged childhood and changed her life for ever. Soon, the growing sense that she is being stalked builds the whispering steam of disquiet into a wave that threatens to engulf her
Nothing to lose by Christina Jones( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
Imagine that someone - in payment for a debt - gave you a greyhound. What would you do? April Padgett, single mum, decides that she will keep the dog, and what's more, that she will train and race him. There are a few snags - April has no money, she knows nothing about racing greyhounds, and her housing has a no-animals rule. But she has nothing to lose by trying her dog in a small local race. Imagine that you are left - in the will of a beloved but distinctly unrespectable relation - a bookmaker's pitch at a rundown greyhound stadium. What would you do? Jasmine Clegg, almost engaged to a suitable young man, decides to abandon a career with perks and take her place at the bookmaker's stand. She has nothing to lose - if she can work out the odds. Two women, two life-changing moments, totally unrelated. Or are they?
Lost in a good book a Thursday Next novel by Jasper Fforde( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
Thursday Next, detective and guardian of literature, jumps through the Prose Portal and enters the classics to rescue bad endings, track and trap evildoers inside Poe's poems, beat the magistrate from Kafka's The Trial at his own game, and train for her next assignment by apprenticing herself to Dickens' Miss Havisham
My forbidden face : growing up under the Taliban : a young woman's story by Latifa( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A young woman's account of growing up under the repressive Taliban rule in Afghanistan
English (12)
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