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Angels Sin. (1994) A novel by Debra Falcon (Connie Feddersen). Journeying to Mississippi for revenge, Nick Sinclair, whom some call Pirate or Highwayman, finds himself thwarted by Natchez debutante Angelene Sheridan, whose passions lead him into entirely different temptations. Genre: Historical Romance.
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This book is for my wife and the jewel. of my life, Mokhiniso, with all my love. This was vibrant manhood, and she had been struck with sudden insight as to the original sin of Eve, the serpent and the apples, here offered again, and she had gasped aloud. and gratitude for the enchanted years. He had heard her and stepped from under the thundering jet of water, and flicked the hair from his eyes. He saw her standing near, unable to move or tear her eyes away, and he smiled that lazy, taunting smile, making no move to cover himself, the water still streaming down his body, and sparkling like diamond chips on his skin.
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Books A Falcon Flies. Book 1 in the Ballantyne Series. The first three Ballantyne books focus on the drive for colonial wealth and the bitter struggle between black and white in Rhodesia's brief history. The fourth and last of the sequence shows the re-emergence of ancient tribal rivalries, African pitted against African.
Cornélie Falcon (28 January 1814 – 25 February 1897) was a French soprano who sang at the Opéra in Paris. Her greatest success was creating the role of Valentine in Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots. She possessed "a full, resonant voice" with a distinctive dark timbre and was an exceptional actress. Based on the roles written for her voice her vocal range spanned from low A-flat to high D, . octaves.