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Fiction
Author: Craig Moodie
ISBN: 0940160803
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 184 pages
Publisher Parnassus Imprints (June 1, 1999)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 602
ePUB size: 1533 kb
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eBook A Sailor's Valentine: Stories download

by Craig Moodie


Moodie's quietly suspenseful tales create a world where darkness is never far away-and where each new day is. .This new, expanded collection contains all of A Sailor's Valentine plus additional stories selected by the author.

Moodie's quietly suspenseful tales create a world where darkness is never far away-and where each new day is fueled by equal measures of hope and delusion. Part of the originality of these stories comes from their joining of plain-spoken realism with phantasmagoria. Castle Freeman, Jr. (from the Introduction).

Start by marking A Sailor's Valentine and Other Stories as Want to Read . Moodie's quietly suspenseful tales create a world where darkness is never far away-and where each new day is fueled by equal measures of hope and delusion

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Find great deals for A Sailor's Valentine : Stories by Craig Moodie (1999, Paperback). As described in the book the story of Sailors' Valentines evokes romance-majestic sailing ships and long sea voyages, adventures in the new world and da. estmoreland County Museum.

MacDonald saw her first Sailors’ Valentine while at an antique auction with her parents. The center shell of this Sailor's Valentine is a scallop off the beaches of Nantucket Island, MA. Her father pointed to an octagonal shadow box containing a design made of seashells described as an antique Sailors’ Valentine from Barbados. What others are saying. Unpaved Roadshow: Mementos from. This traditional star shaped design is surrounded by a variety of shells.

Craig Moody Official, Fort Lauderdale. Just finished "His Name Was Ezra", wonderful, wonderful book! Keep writing! David Vance.

I have a suspicion that Sebastian Junger had this book open next to him when he was writing "The Perfect Storm. But there is one critical difference: Craig Moodie, in this work of fiction, paints his characters far more truly and originally than Mr. Junger did in his work of non-fiction. Anyone who has read Junger's book should read this one to see what life at the mercy of the sea is really like.

Craig Moody was born and raised in Pembroke Pines, Florida, a suburban . Craig Moody has drawn full and compelling characters and a plot that moves at a fast pace. You really empathize with the main characters.

Craig Moody was born and raised in Pembroke Pines, Florida, a suburban community that edges the beautiful Florida Everglades. From an early age, Craig displayed an artistic passion and natural ability as a wordsmith. A tragic love story that needs to be told of the ugly treatment of the gay AIDS ridden population in the 1980's. I finished the book and was so emotionally distraught afterwards. It truly pulls at your heartstrings.

A sailor's valentine is a form of shellcraft, a type of mostly antique souvenir, or sentimental gift made using large numbers of small seashells. These were originally made between 1830 and 1890, and they were designed to be brought home from a sailor's voyage at sea and given to the sailor's loved one or loved ones.

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These thirteen debut stories, set on Cape Cod, examine the dreams--and fears--of the commercial fishermen and women whose lives depend on the uncontrollable sea. A first collection.
Global Progression
I have a suspicion that Sebastian Junger had this book open next to him when he was writing "The Perfect Storm." But there is one critical difference: Craig Moodie, in this work of fiction, paints his characters far more truly and originally than Mr. Junger did in his work of non-fiction. Anyone who has read Junger's book should read this one to see what life at the mercy of the sea is really like.
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I read this book years ago, when it appeared in the ships library of the ship I was stationed on. I enjoyed the stories, especially the couple that were rather gothic. I used to scare the midwatch by retelling them.