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Heat of the Moon, The

by Sandra Parshall

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Published by Poisoned Pen Press .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Mystery & Detective - Women Sleuths,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Mystery/ Detective,
  • Mystery/Suspense,
  • Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths,
  • Mystery; Suspense; Mystery Suspense; Psychological Suspense; Contemporary; Amateur Sleuth; Female Protagonist; Female Sleuth; Rachel Goddard - fictional character; Veterinarian; Mothers and Daughters; Mother-Daughter Conflict; Family Secrets; Women; Hypnosis; Memory; Psychologist; Northern Virginia; McLean, Virginia; Virginia; Washington, DC; Animals; Wildlife Rehabilitation; Pets; Poisoned Pen Press; First Novel,
  • Mystery & Detective - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8848322M
    ISBN 10159058256X
    ISBN 109781590582565

      Heat-Moon, best-known for his own memoir “Blue Highways,” sets his characters off on their fictional journey over challenging terrain. Twain may have had an easier time with his book, narrated. Under the name of William Least Heat-Moon, William Trogdon is the author of two best-selling classics BLUE HIGHWAYS and PRAIRYERTH. His newest book is RIVER-HORSE: A VOYAGE ACR0SS AMERICA. He lives in Columbia, Missouri.4/5(12).

    About River-Horse. The author of Blue Highways and PrairyErth “takes us on a lifetime voyage full of imagery, insight and appreciation.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer In his most ambitious journey ever, William Least Heat-Moon sets off aboard a small boat named Nikawa (“river horse” in Osage) from the Atlantic at New York Harbor in hopes of entering the Pacific near Astoria, Oregon. Heat-Moon, author of the bestselling travel memoir 'Blue Highways,' struck a deal with small New York press Three Rooms to publish his first novel.

    Columbus in the Americas by William Least Heat Moon (Book) 10 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. A coast-to-coast journey by way of great rivers, conducted by a contemporary master of travel writing. “I’ve visited every country in the contiguous states except for a handful in the Deep South,” writes William Trogdon, a.k.a. William Least Heat-Moon (Blue Highways, ; Prairyerth, ). “Put your finger at random anywhere in [a] United States atlas, and I’ve either been there or Author: William Least Heat-Moon.


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William Least Heat Moon (Author), #N#William Least Heat-Moon (Foreword) › Visit Amazon's William Least Heat-Moon Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. William Least Heat-Moon (Foreword) out of 5 stars by: 3.

William Least Heat-Moon, byname of William Trogdon is an American travel writer of English, Irish and Osage Nation ancestry. He is the author of a bestselling trilogy of topographical U.S.

travel writing. His pen name came from his father saying, "I call myself Heat Moon, your elder brother is Little Heat Moon. You, coming last, therefore, are 4/5. THE HEAT OF THE MOON is the first book in a mystery series about this young woman. It gives you the backdrop of who she is and provides you with an understanding about her insecurities.

She has had 'a number' done to her. While reading the story, I had to constantly remind myself of this/5. Heat Moon's style has always been overly wordy but beyond that observation, this book is entertaining. He does not seem to resurrect parts of previous works so the contents are fresh.

Some of the selections were written earlier in his career for short pieces in some literary publications, but most of the contents are contemporary/5(50).

Heat-Moon, in a recent interview in his adopted hometown of Columbia, Missouri, described The book his new book, unlike his others, poured out of him in a year or less as he observed the turmoil fueled Author: Michael Mansur. William Least Heat-Moon (Official).

K likes. This William Least Heat-Moon (Official) Facebook page is directed by an administrator who passes along to William all messages. He reads every one.5/5. Call me Least Heat-Moon. My father calls himself Heat-Moon, my elder brother Little Heat-Moon.

I, coming last, am therefore Least. It has been a long lesson of a name to learn. To the Siouan peoples, the Moon of Heat is the seventh month, a time also known as the Blood Moon—I think because of its dusky midsummer : Little, Brown and Company.

This past spring I took a circular, nationwide roadtrip of my own very similar to the one William Least Heat-Moon takes in this great book. Though my trip was a little shorter in length and a lot shorter in duration, I can definitely identify with Heat-Moon's efforts at Cited by: 3. InWilliam Least Heat-Moon's Blue Highways, a chronicle of traveling America's back roads, spent 42 weeks on The New York Times best-seller list.

Thirty years after mile, Looking for books by William Least Heat-Moon. See all books authored by William Least Heat-Moon, including Blue Highways: A Journey into America, and River-Horse: Across America by Boat, and more on   "Throughout the book, author William Least Heat-Moon's narrator notes the dissonance between what America was purported to be and what America was at the time.

When a founding document declares certain truths to be self-evident, and the first truth enumerated is all men are created equal, then one expects no distance between declarations and : University of Missouri Press.

WILLIAM LEAST HEAT-MOON is the New York Times bestselling author of Blue Highways, PrairyErth, and River-Horse.

Born of English-Irish-Osage ancestry, he holds a doctorate in English and a bachelor's degree in photojournalism.2/5(1).

Heat-Moon talks about his book, Blue Highways: A Journey Into America, published by Little Brown and described the journey he took about 20 years ago, traveling around the U.S. using. WILLIAM LEAST HEAT-MOON, pen name of William Trogdon, is of English, Irish, and Osage ancestry.

He lives in Missouri on an old tobacco farm he’s returning to forest. His first book, Blue Highways, tells of a 13,mile journey around America on back roads. Heat Of The Moon - BOOK ONE Werewolf. When Ava's small town suddenly receives an unwanted visit from three strange, attractive men, she sets out to avoid them at all costs.

Something about them wasn't quite right, and she didn't want to hang around to figure out what they were up to. Bu Reviews: 4. A after visiting every U.S.

county in the lo William Least Heat-Moon is the master of the topographical journey. he takes another trip through his new novel — into the imperfect.

Blue Highways is an autobiographical travel book, published inby William Least Heat-Moon, born William Trogdon. Inafter separating from his wife and losing his job as a teacher, Heat-Moon, 38 at the time, took an extended road trip in a circular route around the Author: William Least Heat-Moon.

Heat-Moon had long thought his next book would be a celebration of water. In January,he narrowed the focus to the river voyage, aiming to make the trip in one season with as few portages as.

Free download or read online Blue Highways pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by William Least Heat-Moon.

The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this non fiction, travel story are.4/5.

William Least Heat-Moon (Official). K likes. This William Least Heat-Moon (Official) Facebook page is directed by an administrator who passes along to William all messages. He reads every one. Here, There, Elsewhere draws together for the first time William Least Heat-Moon's greatest short-form travel writing.

Taking us from Japan, England, Italy, and Mexico to Long Island, Oregon, Arizona, and more, Here, There, Elsewhere is a sharply observed, funny, and touching series of uncommon adventures narrated by America's keenest writer of place, people, and sublime connection.Teeming with humanity and high adventure, Heat-Moon's account is an unsentimental and original arteriogram of our nation at the edge of the millennium.

Masterly in its own right, River-Horse, when taken with Blue Highways and PrairyErth, forms the capstone of a peerless and timeless trilogy.The book chronicles his travels along the rivers and canals of the United States.

William Least Heat-Moon talked about his book, River Horse, published by Houghton Mifflin.