WorldCat Identities

Boylan, Fiona

Overview
Works: 5 works in 10 publications in 1 language and 59 library holdings
Genres: Historical fiction  History  Fiction  Detective and mystery fiction 
Roles: Narrator, Author
Classifications: LB1140, 823.92
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Fiona Boylan
Mindset matters by Fiona Boylan( Book )

2 editions published in 2020 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The beliefs children hold about their own intelligence, talents and abilities are formed during the earliest stages of life. These beliefs--known as a mindset--influence learning, motivation, self-regulation and achievement. Applying mindset theory in early learning settings can assist educators in developing children's social-emotional skills and increase their agency in learning" -- Back cover
Ready or not by Alex Lake( )

1 edition published in 2021 in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The incredible new thriller you won't be able to put down from the Top 10 Sunday Times bestselling author A happy family...Alice and Tom Sark seem to have it all - a wonderful marriage, a gorgeous baby, a beautiful home. And now Alice, a journalist, starts investigating a story which could make her career - a serial killer in their town. A murderer lurking in the shadows... Very quickly though, the murder case takes its toll. Alice and Tom begin fighting all the time. Their baby daughter just won't stop crying. And sometimes it feels almost as if they're being followed... Not everyone will live to tell the tale... The killer has found a new family to target. And the clock is ticking for Alice and Tom to stop their worlds being destroyed forever. What readers are saying about Ready or Not 'Captured me from the beginning and refused to let go' 'Completely addictive!' 'Could not put this down!' 'This book took many turns that I did not expect' 'This book had suspense, intrigue, action, and a great who done it' 'A well-written and twisty thriller that had me guessing to the end' 'Great characters and lots of twists along the way' 'A thrilling story that keeps you turning the pages until the shocking conclusion' 'The pace just seemed to grow and grow with unexpected twists and turns throughout' 'If you guess the outcome early on, very well done!' 'A fast paced shocker, with a thrilling edge of your seat ending' 'A brilliantly written book that will satisfy any reader of this genre' 'Not all is as it seems in this immersive psychological suspense' 'A fast paced thriller that keeps the pages turning' 'I cannot praise this book enough!'
The almanack by Martine Bailey( )

5 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The philosophy of time, destiny and the stars pervade this intricate historical mystery in which a young woman determines to avenge her mother's death. 1752, Midsummer. Following a desperate summons from her mother, Tabitha Hart departs London for her home village of Netherlea - only to discover that her mother has drowned. Determined to discover the truth about the Widow Hart's death, Tabitha consults her almanack and uncovers a series of cryptic notes describing her mother's terror of someone she names only as 'D'. Teaming up with young writer Nat Starling, Tabitha begins a race against time to unmask 'D' before more deaths follow. But as the summer draws to a close and the snow sets in, cutting off Netherlea from the outside world, Tabitha and Nat are forced to face the darkest hours of their lives. "I was enthralled by the riddles and puzzles leading through many twists and surprises to a satisfying conclusion." PAULA BRACKSTON
The Almanack by Martine Bailey( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The philosophy of time, destiny and the stars pervade this intricate historical mystery in which a young woman determines to avenge her mother's death. 1752, Midsummer. Following a desperate summons from her mother, Tabitha Hart departs London for her home village of Netherlea ? only to discover that her mother has drowned. Determined to discover the truth about the Widow Hart's death, Tabitha consults her almanack and uncovers a series of cryptic notes describing her mother's terror of someone she names only as 'D'. Teaming up with young writer Nat Starling, Tabitha begins a race against time to unmask 'D' before more deaths follow. But as the summer draws to a close and the snow sets in, cutting off Netherlea from the outside world, Tabitha and Nat are forced to face the darkest hours of their lives. "I was enthralled by the riddles and puzzles leading through many twists and surprises to a satisfying conclusion." PAULA BRACKSTON
ECS1240 Becoming an early childhood educator( Book )

1 edition published in 2022 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Audience level: 0.65 (from 0.32 for The almana ... to 0.71 for Mindset ma ...)

Languages
English (10)