Rosemary Brunschwyler

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (139 of 152)
Location: Homewood, Alabama, USA
In My Own Words:
I am mostly a pilgrim and an artist with current reading interests in religion, spirituality, literature, history, art and health
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,255,095 - Total Helpful Votes: 139 of 152
Discovering the Maltese Falcon and Sam Spade: The &hellip by Richard Layman
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I love the story of THE MALTESE FALCON, not only as it is told in Hammett's novel but also as it is portrayed in John Huston's movie. I can never read enough about Dashiell Hammett, Joseph Shaw, Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre, Gladys George, Sydney Greenstreet, Elisha Cook Jr., Mary Astor, Barton MacLane, Lillian Hellman, the Knights of Malta, BLACK MASK, San Francisco after World War I and Raymond Chandler.

This book has enough anecdotes and background material to satisfy even the most ardent enthusiast. My favorite piece is an account by Mary Astor of her experiences while filming for her role as Brigid O'Shaughnessy in the 1941 version of THE MALTESE FALCON.
The Chinese Parrot by Earl Derr Biggers
The Chinese Parrot by Earl Derr Biggers
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Sally Jordan is a Honolulu heiress who is forced to sell a valuable set of pearls. The pearls are sold to Wall Street financier P.J. Madden through a local jeweler named Alexander Eden. The plan is to deliver the pearls to Madden in New York City. Charlie Chan and the jeweler's son Bob are selected to make the delivery. Charlie and Bob learn along the way that there has been a change of plans and the pearls will now be taken to Madden's ranch in the California dessert. Charlie is suspicious and decides to send Bob ahead to the ranch without the pearls while he arrives later disguised as a Chinese cook. THE CHINESE PARROT was produced as a silent film by Universal in 1926 with the… Read more
God's Creative Power for Healing: Minibook by Capps Charles
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars God's Word Is Medicine, 24 April 2005
Capps believes that people can receive a divine healing through the use of God's Word in much the same way that a physical healing is attained by taking medicine.He lists numerous scriptual passages to be used in combatting different types of diseases and conditions. His prescription requires that these bible verses be spoken at least two or three times daily. If the condition worsens, he advises us to double our efforts.
Capps' little booklet is clearly written. His message is not really unique since it is similar to the approaches to healing advocated by Kenneth Hagin, Jim Glennon, Ralph C. Brittain, Dodie Osteen and many others.