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In this richly detailed, sensitive ethnographic work, Sally Cole takes as her starting point the firsthand accounts of five differently situated Portuguese women, who describe their lives in a rural fishing community on the north coast of Portugal. Skillfully…

Smells Like Heaven

by Sally Cooper

|This title releases June 30, 2017

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Sally Cooper is the author of two novels; Love Object and Tell Everything . Her third novel is forthcoming in 2018. She has been published in journals such as CNQ , Grain , White Wall Review, Event , and the Feathertale Review . She is a Senior Editor at Hamilton…

Love Object

by Sally Cooper

|March 3, 2010

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It's no secret that Sylvia is a little crazy. People have thought so ever since she first came to town when she was a teenager. But outside her own family, no one knows the depth of her mental illness. For her daughter, Mercy, Sylvia's illness is at once a…
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This publication will teach you the basics of starting a Boat Building business. With step by step guides and instructions, you will not only have a better understanding, but gain valuable knowledge of how to start a Boat Building business

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This book offers a practical approach for staff and carers who want to develop the use of ICT for children on the autistic spectrum and for those with language and communication difficulties. It combines descriptions of current research and literature on the…
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Burqas, car bombs, and Bombay Sapphire - welcome to life in post-Taliban Kabul from the viewpoint of Sally Cooper, an Australian journalist and aid worker who took a job training journalists for a United Nations humanitarian news agency. When she arrived in…