- Author:Agnes Bushell
- Publisher:John Brown Books; 1st edition (March 1, 1995)
- Pages:290 pages
- Subcategory:Thrillers & Suspense
- FB2 format1581 kb
- ePUB format1471 kb
- DJVU format1143 kb
- Formats:docx lit lrf mbr
Agnes Bushell (born March 25, 1949) is an American fiction writer and teacher. She has published steadily since her work first appeared in print in the mid-1970s.
Agnes Bushell (born March 25, 1949) is an American fiction writer and teacher.
Agnes Bushell’s most popular book is Days of the Dead. Books by Agnes Bushell. Showing 14 distinct works. Days of the Dead by. Agnes Bushell.
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Author of Shadowdance, Death by crystal, Local deities, The Enumerator, Days of the dead.
The Egyptian Book of the Dead. The Egyptian Book of the Dead. by. Wallis Budge, E. A. (1857-1934). Ancient Egypt, Mythology.
Agnes Bushell has written: 'Death by crystal'. Shadowdance' - subject- s -: Women detectives, Fiction. Days of the dead' - subject- s -: American Authors. Alison Bushell has written: 'An assessment of a daycare centre for the physically handicapped'. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author T A Bushell written? T. Bushell has written: 'Eight bells' - subject(s): Royal Mail Line. What has the author Peter Bushell written? Peter Bushell has written: 'Great eccentrics' - subject(s): Eccentrics and eccentricities, Biography.
The Book of the Dead is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child published on July 1, 2007 by Warner Books. This is the seventh book in the Special Agent Pendergast series.
Day of the Dead originated several thousand years ago with the Aztec, Toltec, and other Nahua people, who considered mourning the dead disrespectful. For these pre-Hispanic cultures, death was a natural phase in life’s long continuum
Day of the Dead originated several thousand years ago with the Aztec, Toltec, and other Nahua people, who considered mourning the dead disrespectful. For these pre-Hispanic cultures, death was a natural phase in life’s long continuum. The dead were still members of the community, kept alive in memory and spirit-and during Día de los Muertos, they temporarily returned to Earth.