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For All Their Lives

Author : Fern Michaels
ISBN : 9781601830753
Genre : Fiction
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"Her most haunting and passionate novel yet." —Affaire de Coeur From the beloved #1 bestselling sensation Fern Michaels, a haunting portrait of love and war—and the passionate woman swept into an epic journey of desire, heartbreak, and destiny. Casey Adams, a dedicated nurse, loses her heart overseas to idealistic officer Mac Carlin, heir to an immense fortune. Then tragedy strikes. Believing that Casey has died in an explosion, Mac returns to San Francisco grief-stricken, to a life he never wanted. But Casey is still alive, keeping Mac in the dark after learning that he kept from her a shattering secret. Once home, Casey finds healing in the hands and heart of a brilliant plastic surgeon and forges ahead under a new name and with a new career. But fate charts a collision course for her and Mac, now a U.S. senator who doesn't recognize the compelling TV producer getting under his skin. For Casey, this full-circle journey cannot be denied, no matter what. For only by reclaiming the woman she was and the life she lost can she embrace the magic of unexpected love. Praise for Fern Michaels and Her Novels "Heartbreaking, suspenseful, and tender." —Booklist on Return to Sender "A big, rich book in every way. . ..I think Fern Michaels has struck oil with this one." —Patricia Matthews on Texas Rich 170,000 Words

They Worked All Their Lives

Author : Carl Chinn
ISBN : 0719024366
Genre : City and town life
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Nobody S Baby But Mine

Author : Gloria Silk
ISBN : 9780995197251
Genre : Fiction
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“Gripping, romantic, sensuous and astute.” "Ms. Silk’ debut women's fiction touches all parts of our needs, wants and the possibilities. I want more." Amazon Reviewer Can Rachel and James find their way back into each other’s hearts after tasting temptation and facing devastating news? How strong is love in the face of reality? With an adoring patient saint of a husband, Rachel's 7-year marriage to James Conran has grown from great to incredibly blessed. But all Rachel has yearned for over the past 5 years is wanting a baby. Everything else is perfect... well until she bumps into her sexy ex-lover, Daniel Ross. The Italian knows his way around women, and Rachel is disgusted at how tempted she is to spend time with him, in the name of her work, of course. Realizing how desperate she has become to have a baby--she actually wonders if the unexplained infertility is not her fault, and if Daniel can get her pregnant--she takes matters into her own hands and decides to have further exploratory fertility tests. On the day she makes it clear to Daniel that she's not interested in anything he has to offer, she meets a beautiful pregnant red-head. As they become close friends the young woman offers Rachel a gift that will change many people's lives. But her loving, patient husband has been withdrawing lately. Is it really his career or is there something he's not sharing with Rachel? Can they ever become a happy family? Is it too little too late? And where does Daniel come into all this?

Those Who Exhaust All Their Pleasures In This Life

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The world is filled with countless blessings, but many people are not even aware of them. Buried in their own pains and anxieties, they cannot see the beauty around them or take pleasure in the things they experience. If you asked them, they would say that life is a difficult struggle up a steep slope, for they are bored with it and exhausted. They continually complain that they find no pleasure in it any more, that they want to die in order to escape it. Some even go so far as to attempt suicide. But life does not have to be this way. Of course, it has been created together with many imperfections and limitations. But the way to face them is not to struggle with life; rather, the solution lies in believing in Allah, for: Anyone who acts rightly, male or female, being a believer, We will give them a good life and recompense them according to the best of what they did. (Surat an-Nahl: 97)

A Hero All His Life

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ISBN : PSU:000026259994
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Mickey Mantle's wife and sons chronicle the life and times of the great baseball hero, offering a personal and candid portrait of his career, the effects of fame on the family, his alcoholism and infidelities, and his final battle with cancer. 100,000 first printing. $85,000 ad/promo. Tour.

Run For Their Lives

Author : Clint DeNure
ISBN : 9781105171901
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Playing For Their Lives The Global El Sistema Movement For Social Change Through Music

Author : Eric Booth
ISBN : 9780393245653
Genre : Social Science
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An eye-opening view of the unprecedented global spread of El Sistema—intensive music education that disrupts the cycles of poverty. In some of the bleakest corners of the world, an unprecedented movement is taking root. From the favelas of Brazil to the Maori villages in New Zealand, from occupied Palestine to South Central Los Angeles, musicians with strong social consciences are founding intensive orchestra programs for children in need. In this captivating and inspiring account, authors Tricia Tunstall and Eric Booth tell the remarkable story of the international El Sistema movement. A program that started over four decades ago with a handful of music students in a parking garage in Caracas, El Sistema has evolved into one of classical music’s most vibrant new expressions and one of the world’s most promising social initiatives. Now with more than 700,000 students in Venezuela, El Sistema’s central message—that music can be a powerful tool for social change—has burst borders to grow in 64 countries (and that number increases steadily) across the globe. To discover what makes this movement successful across the radically different cultures that have embraced it, the authors traveled to 25 countries, where they discovered programs thriving even in communities ravaged by poverty, violence, or political unrest. At the heart of each program is a deep commitment to inclusivity. There are no auditions or entry costs, so El Sistema’s doors are open to any child who wants to learn music—or simply needs a place to belong. While intensive music-making may seem an unlikely solution to intractable poverty, this book bears witness to a program that is producing tangible changes in the lives of children and their communities. The authors conclude with a compelling and practicable call to action, highlighting civic and corporate collaborations that have proven successful in communities around the world.

Running For Their Lives

Author : Mark Whitaker
ISBN : 9781409019640
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1928 two extraordinary Englishmen competed in an unprecedented event - a transcontinental road race across America that required them to run an average of 40 miles for 80 consecutive days. Despite being separated by class, education and age, Peter Gavuzzi and Arthur Newton became close friends and formed a successful business partnership as endurance athletes. They raced in 500-mile relays, in 24-hour events, in snowshoes and against horses; and they became the stars of a craze for endurance events that swept across depression-era North America and the most famous long-distance runners in the world. However, history has forgotten these two men, and in Running for Their Lives - in a story peopled with remarkable characters, unimaginable feats and tragic twists of fate - they only now receive the recognition they so richly deserve.

Women Who Wrote For Their Lives

Author : Kenneth Bragan
ISBN : 9781950015382
Genre : Self-Help
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Women Who Wrote for Their Lives: The Healing Power of Creative Writing was inspired by author Janet Frame, the late New Zealand writer who penned novels, poetry, and short stories, as well as her own powerful autobiography. Frame’s dramatic personal history included years of psychiatric hospitalisation. Born in 1924, Frame passed away in 2004. During her early life, patients with severe mental health issues received what today would be considered grim treatment. Days before the author was scheduled for a lobotomy, the procedure was cancelled when her first book of short stories won a national literary prize. Author and retired psychiatrist Kenneth Bragan realizes how powerful writing can be as a therapeutic tool. He says, “Starting with Janet Frame’s remarkable recovery to become a writer of international repute after having spent many years in mental hospitals, I went on to find four other well-known writers who had to keep mental suffering at bay through writing.” He explores The Healing Power of Creative Writing from a psychiatric perspective in his book. “[This book] is a stunning exploration of the intersection of mental health and the arts. Author Kenneth Bragan presents a rigorous analysis of the work and lives of five eminent female authors, demonstrating how their creative processes both reflected and helped alleviate the struggles of their mental illnesses. From Frame to Woolf to du Maurier, Bragan argues…that literary history presents us with unique strategies for betterment…allowing agency and expression to guide us therapeutically to a better understanding of the self… [it is] essential reading for anyone looking for a creative approach to betterment.” – Charles Asher, reviewer

American Women

Author : Doreen Rappaport
ISBN : 0064461270
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Excerpts from women's diaries, letters, speeches, and autobiographical writings provide a first-person look at the history of American women.

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