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The Teller

Author : Jonathan Stone
ISBN : 1477828656
Genre : Fiction
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Twenty-three-year-old Elaine Kelly doesn t earn much as a bank teller, and most of her salary goes toward caring for her terminally ill mother. When a lonely old man who deposits money at her bank every week gets hit and killed by a delivery truck, Elaine a good Irish girl from Queens thinks she s found the answer to her problems. She ll just transfer $1 million from the dead man s account into hers. Except that the lonely old man may not have been who he seemed. And when you take $1 million that isn t yours, it can cost you way more. Acclaimed author Jonathan Stone s pulse-pounding thriller takes readers from the darkest corners of New York s financial empire into a shadowy hierarchy of wealth and power. "The Teller" follows the money and takes readers along for the wild ride."


Author : Astro Teller
ISBN : 9780307766571
Genre : Fiction
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Author : Edward Noyes 1847-1898 Westcott
ISBN : 1373346949
Genre : History
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.

Tillie The Teller Or The Great Bank Robbery

Author : Shubert Fendrich
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The Teller Pasture

Author : Claire Hamilton
ISBN : 1450231446
Genre : History
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Archaeological and archival documentation, including a 1756 surveyed map of the palisades surrounding the village, guides us through 350 years of Schenectady's history and paints a unique picture of one of Schenectady's hidden historical treasures-the Teller Pasture. Trace Schenectady's history as seen through the microcosm of the Teller pasture, a plot granted to Willem Teller, an original proprietor of the Schenectady Patent of 1664. Learn about the Schenectady stockades. Trace the history of the Dutch Colonial Teller House, including a rare account of its restoration in 1976. Learn about the North Street Stockade Line. Learn about boat-building on the Strand Street/River. View the only eighteenth century surveyed map showing the fortifications of Schenectady.

The Tale And The Teller

Author : Kathleen Tillotson
ISBN : UOM:39015019804353
Genre : English fiction
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The Teller Review Of Books

Author : Nadine L. Jackson
ISBN : 9781681090634
Genre : Religion
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The Teller Review of Books™ (Editor-in-Chief: Nadine L. Jackson) provides succinct overviews and critical reviews of the seminal books shaping contemporary culture in the areas of law, faith, society and public policy. Milestones in political, cultural and religious thought, whether contemporary publications or the classics, form part of the corpus of reviewed works. Each Volume of the Teller Review of Books™ consists of concise reviews of books that follow specific themes, including: Christianity, Culture & the State; Political Science and Public Policy; and Natural Law Thinking.

The Teller Of Tales

Author : Bhaskar Ghose
ISBN : 9788184757620
Genre : Fiction
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Civil-servant-turned-schoolteacher Arunava Varman is secretive and reticent. But he turns into an inspired teller of tales after a couple of drinks, especially in the company of his friend, Tapan. Arunava’s bizarre stories—involving friends, family and colleagues—add a dash of excitement to Tapan’s mundane life of a bureaucrat. But over the years, as Tapan gets to know Arunava better, he starts discovering disturbing holes in these tales. Elegant, wistful and full of surprises, this exquisitely crafted first novel combines the suspense of a thriller with the tender charm of a love story.

Toren The Teller S Tale

Author : Shevi Arnold
ISBN : 9781936242115
Genre : Fiction
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Have you ever been swept away by a story? If you have, you know the magic of the storyteller--and you know that magic is real. This is seventeen-year-old Toren's magic . . . but is she brave enough to accept the power she holds? When Toren returns home, her little sister, Noa, is full of questions. Why does Toren awake only at night? What causes her almost constant pain? And above all, why, after completing her apprenticeship, has she has decided not to become a wizard? To answer, Toren weaves a tale about a journey that leads her to discover the greatest source of magic in her world--herself. It is a revelation that comes at a high price. Through her darkest years, Toren finds solace and strength in the stories she tells. But her greatest tale is not yet finished. Together with Noa, she sets out on a new adventure. And in the end, she must choose. Will she continue to cling to her dream of an ordinary life, or will she dare to let her own magic shine? TOREN: THE TELLER'S TALE is an inspirational fantasy about the enchantment of literature, because in Toren's parallel world there is no greater magic than the magic of storytelling. TOREN: THE TELLER'S TALE is the first book in the Toren the Teller series.

The Teller Of Burnham Bank

Author : Troy Victor Post
ISBN : 1456809261
Genre : Fiction
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Every building has a story to tell. All it needs is someone to tell it. In The Teller of Burnham Bank, that someone is Hal Ogdens, the editor of a nearly bankrupt weekly newspaper constantly at battle with the town’s contentious mayor – who happens also to be his ex-wife – over how best to preserve the historic fabric of downtown New Brooklyn, Alabama. But when Hal teams up with the mayor’s estranged daughter, Nell, to rescue a landmark building from the mayor and her urban renewal plans, more than the life of an old building will be at stake. EXCERPT FROM BOOK: “Hey, look at this one,” said James, holding up one of the photographs. “I wonder what’s up with her?” The photo he held was a picture of the Burnham Bank building from 1939, as evidenced by the tax assessment sign in the still documenting the year. No longer a bank but the location for a five-and-dime store, the building itself appeared to be in good repair, with an ornate, wooden door at the building’s corner and perhaps fifteen arched windows, each topped with a marble lintel. An elegant spire, a feature missing from the present structure, crowned the roof. But what instantly drew our attention was not the building – it was, rather, a woman who stood in the foreground. With arms drawn high to shield her face, one thing seemed apparent: she did not want to be photographed.

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