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Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust

About the Author Michael Hingson, national ambassador for the Braille Literacy Campaign,? is a miraculous survivor of 9/11. He lives with his wife, Karen, in the San Francisco Bay Area with two g [...]

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Undercover: A Journalist's Story, a Duchess's Mission, a Million Abandoned Children

About the Author Chris Rogers has exposed injustices such as child brides in India, children in adult prisons in the Philippines and child recruits for suicide bombings in Palestine. His investig [...]

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Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive

Review 'We've known for quite a while that Peter Conti is able to capture the essence of American culture, especially the streets, dead on. With Gringo, we see that Conti writes equally as well a [...]

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As-tu du LeBlanc? Volume 2: Généalogie de la Famille LeBlanc

About the Author L'auteur, Zella (Robichaud) Layden naquit Pointe-Sapin, Nouveau-Brunswick, sixieme d'une famille de onze enfants. Elle obtint un Baccalaure at es Arts de l'Universite de Moncton. [...]

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Left for Dead: How I Survived 71 Days in the Outback

Review Loaded with brutal honesty' Time Out Dubai Seventy-one days lost in the desert; it sounds like an amazing tale of survival against the odds. And it is.' Real Travel This is a detailed page [...]

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I Took Both Roads: My Journey as a Bisexual Husband

About the Author David Matteson taught psychology and counseling for almost three decades at Governor?s State University, south of Chicago, an educational institution founded on experiential teac [...]

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Winds of Skilak: A Tale of True Grit, True Love and Survival in the Alaskan Wilderness

Review 'Sam and Bonnie Ward set out to do something right out of many peoples' dreams.?Winds of Skilak?is a true account of enthralling force, sure to bring out a reader's own sense of adventure [...]

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Soft: A Memoir

Review 'Soft, Sherrie Fernandez-William's first book, is a relentlessly textured memoir exposing the author's life as she goes back and forth in time, examining who she is today, and why. Soft is [...]

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Pride: The Story of the First Openly Gay Navy Seal

This story is a brilliantly strategic, empathetically driven, and timely account of the life of Brett Jones, the first openly gay Navy SEAL. He is reverent to conservative values as a homosexual navigating the changes o [...]

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Six When He Came to Us: A Memoir of International Adoption

Review 'Motherhood doesn't come with a handbook, but psychologist Parker (contributor to Chicken Soup for the Adopted Soul, 2008, etc.) brings her professional knowledge to bear in her account of [...]

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Heroes of the major leagues (Little League library, 8)

1967, by Random House. Staining on back board. Corners bumped. Pages clean and tight. Owners name on title page. Read more [...]

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Left For Dead

A former mob member comes to Christ in this riveting book. [...]

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The Unheeded Warning: 1918-1933 (All Our Yesterdays, Vol. 2)

From Publishers Weekly A disciple of Alfred Adler in Vienna, Sperber (1905-1984), Jewish and Marxist, found his 'hopeful intimacy' with that city shattered by arson and political murders. In 1927 [...]

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BANKERS' HOURS: An Exciting Reminiscence of the 1970s When Men Were Men and Savings & Loans Were Solvent

About the Author Gary Lukatch was born in St. Louis, Missouri, before the term 'Baby Boomer' was coined. He has lived in eight American states and two foreign countries. Upon graduating from the [...]

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The Houghton Mifflin Dictionary of Biography

From Booklist This new biographical dictionary has a complicated genealogy. It is derived from Chambers Biographical Dictionary, the American edition of which was published by Cambridge Universit [...]

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Breaking the Curse: A Mother's Prayer

About the Author A very good friend, Mr. Glenn Walters, told me once, 'Colo, everybody has at least one book in them. Write your book man. People will read it.'Another very good friend, Raquel, s [...]

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Heroes of My Time

From Publishers Weekly Pulitzer Prize winner Salisbury, hero to countless journalists, here writes about his own heroes. The 25 figures he chooses--all from Russia, China or the U.S., Salisbury's [...]

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Crashing Eden

Review A Word Please ? ? ? ? ? 'Crashing Eden took me on an entertaining and thought-provoking journey, and I enjoyed every moment. The story is part fantasy and part mystery, with splashes of su [...]

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