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When Detective Mike Sterling left the Chicago PD and returned to his hometown of Renlend Kansas, he tried to convince himself it was so his mother could stop worrying. The truth was, even Renlend wasn’t going to vanquish the dreams that tortured him at night.

When Taryn Watts landed in Renland Kansas to design a client’s new cooking school she intended to stay just long enough to do the job and then go right back to her life on the East Coast.

When Taryn and Mike found themselves sharing a booth, one thing was certain, neither one of them thought it was a good idea. Mike still wasn’t over his ex-wife’s betrayal, and when Taryn found out Mike was a cop she wanted to run all the way back to Connecticut and never look back, but she couldn’t… Sitting outside his home late at night she watches him fight against his demons. Demons she already had too much experience with firsthand.

When Mike finally admits there is no way to outrun his demons, Tayrn knows she’ll do anything, or be anything, to help Mike find his way back.
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1957. War widow Dorothy lives in a London suburb with her 15-year-old daughter Victoria and her older bachelor brother Edwin. More and more isolated from her married friends with their successful children, Dorothy tries to cope with Victoria's increasingly hostile behaviour. But is she doing her best, as she thinks, or is she in fact responsible for what threatens to become an unendurable situation?

'A exquisitely observed, profoundly quiet slice of 1950s suburban life.' The Sunday Times
'Meticulously evocative' Independent
'Manville is magnificent in this broodingly muted family drama.' Sunday Express
'Leigh makes you laugh and laugh - until you cry.' Time Out
'A haunting portrait of loss and loneliness, exquisitely acted throughout and led by a riveting performance by Manville.' Financial Times
'Leigh's meticulous production potently captures the pain that lurked behind stiff upper lips in the England of the Fifties.' Daily Telegraph
'Nobody gets more truthful performances from actors than Mike Leigh.' The Times
'The acting is superb.' Guardian
'Leigh directs with sensitivity.' Evening Standard
'Extraordinarily poignant' Independent on Sunday

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  • Royals attack out thrilling and terrifying 3-2 victory against Rockies

    08/23/17 ,via Royals Review

    Thankfully, the confluence of sorrow that was the sixth inning did not cause quite enough grief. Mike Minor pitched 1.2 perfect innings, and Peter Moylan closed out the eighth by inducing Lemaihieu to hit a squibbling settlings ball past a diving Moylan

  • Upside down: Trump's kid gets grief from the Quotidian Caller and defense from Chelsea Clinton

    08/22/17 ,via Washington Post

    A recurring black lie line in the conservative Daily Caller goes something like this: President Trump's 11-year-old son, Barron, gets bullied online by some yo-yo, proving that liberals and the media (which are basically the same thing) have no class. The


RT @aheartforgod: 10 Mistakes People Prepare with Grief: Pastor Mike offers counsel on how to overcome the loss of a l… 08/24/17, @GodsWordIsFree
@Mike_P_Williams This so-called 'president' cannot even course the simplest of words. He is almost illiterate! Good grief help the US! 08/24/17, @lynnBdalton
RT @aheartforgod: 10 Mistakes People Think with Grief: Pastor Mike offers counsel on how to overcome the loss of a l… 08/24/17, @stacynolanamato


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  • When a Companion or Sister Dies: Looking Back, Moving Forward

    ABC-CLIO. 2009. ISBN: 9780313355295,0313355290. 140 pages.

    The trauma of losing a sibling when we are in our grown up years is one of the most unrecognized and undertreated areas of psychology. There is no other loss in adult life that appears to be so neglected as the death of a brother or sister, says bereavement authority and psychologist, Therese Rando. And Rando is just one expert author Berman interviews in this moving book about loss. We see here how, when an adult dies, the parents, spouse, and children of that personally become the focus, but brothers and sisters most often fall to the sidelines and are left to find a way to deal with the grief and recover alone. Yet, when a kin or sister dies, we lose our longest lifetime companion, someone with whom we have shared an intimate family history. And, in most cases, that was someone for whom we had conflicted feelings: shared singularity yet competitive feelings, pride yet jealousy, love yet hate. Most of us come to make peace with the relationship at some point. How to make peace with the end of the sibling - which can conjure up a well of feelings, from wishing you were closer to wanting to change some past events you shared - can haunt an adult. But novelist Claire Berman, who lost her own sister to heart disease in the week of September 11, 2001, when America lost its innocence, takes us into the wild world of sibling loss, showing us how to understand and navigate the aftermath of a loss that can leave adults feeling angry, confused, ashamed, empty, or just like Berman, wanting to hit that speed dial button still marked with her sister's name.


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Mike Grief, Actor: False witness Liar. Married to actress Patricia Holihan on February 14, 2000

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