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by Leonard Gross
Author: Leonard Gross
Publisher: New York, Random House; First Edition edition (1995)
Category: Imaginative Literature
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Strangers at the Gate Hardcover – August 15, 1995. When local TV anchorwoman Maggie Winehouse becomes the victim of a violent and disfiguring crime at the hands of two Asian assailants, Zach senses that it's only the tip of an international iceberg.
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At the strangers’ gate : arrivals in New York, Adam Gopnik. Issued in print and electronic formats. Martha was so panicked by my absence-with the constant noise of ambulances arriving at the emergency entrance nearby, she easily imagined some tragic-karmic accident-that she dilated. ISBN 978-0-676-97828-5 eBook ISBN 978-0-7352-7313-9. I arrived just in time for the birth of our son, and carrying a wonderful copy of Santayana’s The Sense of Beauty, which, I swear, I really did intend to read aloud to her, if things had gone on any longer.
At Home among Strangers is a 1974 Soviet film starring Yuri Bogatyryov and Anatoly Solonitsyn and directed by Nikita Mikhalkov. Produced mainly in colour, some scenes are shot in black and white
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