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By Rob Suggs
Dr. Kamal Mansour, surgeon, teacher, traveller, collector, Christian, and human being par excellence, has packed several lifetimes into one, and his adventures will inspire even those who know little about cardiothoracic surgery, Dr. Mansour's specialty. Readers will laugh, catch their breath with surprise, and shed a tear or two as they follow his adventures across the globe and into regions of human experience and emotion few people ever see.
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By Rob Suggs
Dr. Kamal Mansour, surgeon, teacher, traveller, collector, Christian, and human being par excellence, has packed several lifetimes into one, and his adventures will inspire even those who know little about cardiothoracic surgery, Dr. Mansour's specialty. Readers will laugh, catch their breath with surprise, and shed a tear or two as they follow his adventures across the globe and into regions of human experience and emotion few people ever see.
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By Arnold Melnick

I have lived a wonderful life—to me at least. Even though, like most people, I have had some setbacks and some negative events, overwhelmingly, I have enjoyed a great life full of all kinds of pleasures -and honors (for which I am extremely grateful). And I am now sharing them with you, my family and my readers, with the hope that you will also enjoy some of them, remembering that with everything you read . . .


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By Jill Martin Bouteillier

Both haunted and driven to discover a 100 year old secret, storyteller Jill Martin, leads the read­er on a journey to one of the loneliest places in North America: Sable Island. Sculpted by wind and waves, this thin slice of grass-covered dunes for centuries has lured hundreds of ships to founder on its treacherous sand bars. Only the foolhardy or naïve dared to underestimate the dangers of the Graveyard of the Atlantic. It is to this notorious outpost a hundred miles from mainland Nova Scotia that newly appointed Superintendent of Lifesaving, RJ Bouteillier, brings his young family in 1884. In this harsh, isolated and mysterious en­vironment far from city life, young Beatrice, a woman who chal­lenges the prescribed roles of her sex, crosses the threshold from childhood to adulthood. Entries in the visitor’s book penned by long dead authors come to life in this engaging treasure hunt of passion and betrayal. Their stories unlock the portal to that dis­tant past and chronicle the everyday lives of the residents of Sable Island. Coaxed ever deeper into the island’s labyrinth, the reader discovers that Sable reveals her secrets on her own terms and in her own time.


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By Mary Locke Crofts
When the myths and stories of a certain place intersect with those of a particular person, a reciprocity of giving and receiving results. After decades of yearning for a return to the beloved west Texas of her youth, Mary Locke Crofts experienced such an encounter when she went to the borderland of Langtry, Texas, to write a dissertation about ancient pictographs. Working from a rented country house near the Rio Grande, Crofts entered in imagination the lives and stories of hunter-gatherers who painted on the canyon walls and in so doing became deeply aware of her own resonances and responses to this mysterious and sacred place. This book bears witness to her journey.
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By Mary Locke Crofts
When the myths and stories of a certain place intersect with those of a particular person, a reciprocity of giving and receiving results. After decades of yearning for a return to the beloved west Texas of her youth, Mary Locke Crofts experienced such an encounter when she went to the borderland of Langtry, Texas, to write a dissertation about ancient pictographs. Working from a rented country house near the Rio Grande, Crofts entered in imagination the lives and stories of hunter-gatherers who painted on the canyon walls and in so doing became deeply aware of her own resonances and responses to this mysterious and sacred place. This book bears witness to her journey.
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By Stephanie Bachman
Do you ever feel like no one else understands the frustrations of being unable to conceive? In this book, the author tells the story of how her and her husband became parents. She chronicles the ups and downs of living with “unexplained infertility” as well as the experiences and emotions they went through along the way. Solving the Infertility Puzzle: One Couple’s Journey to Parenthood is a candid and honest account of the author’s thoughts on the procedures she endured, the doctors she came into contact with, and the seeming insensitivities of the world around her.
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By Mary Honeybone

They say that fact is stranger than fiction.

This is a story of a girl who is brought up with very strict rules, but then starts to question just how binding they are. She finds the courage to put them to the test, and in doing so, goes through the believable and unbelievable consequences.

She loses everything and everyone in the process. She rebuilds her life. She gets through, only to repeat the experience again.

This story will take you through every emotion, from sympathy to anger, laughter and disbelief. Could this be a true story or a story which is written to pull sympathy from the reader? Does it exaggerate the truth, or is it all true to fact?

In the light of some present political and religious fanaticism, this book has a lot to offer about understanding the imposing of views on others, and believing that there is only one belief and one way of thinking.


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By Mary Honeybone

They say that fact is stranger than fiction.

This is a story of a girl who is brought up with very strict rules, but then starts to question just how binding they are. She finds the courage to put them to the test, and in doing so, goes through the believable and unbelievable consequences.

She loses everything and everyone in the process. She rebuilds her life. She gets through, only to repeat the experience again.

This story will take you through every emotion, from sympathy to anger, laughter and disbelief. Could this be a true story or a story which is written to pull sympathy from the reader? Does it exaggerate the truth, or is it all true to fact?

In the light of some present political and religious fanaticism, this book has a lot to offer about understanding the imposing of views on others, and believing that there is only one belief and one way of thinking.


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By G. Ross Kelly
If you enjoyed reading about “The Lady of 6,000 Songs” in the best seller “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” you will love going behind the scenes to learn more about how the remarkable entertainer and her husband successfully juggled their marriage, her Hall of Fame music career, his sign business, and at the same time, raise ten children. Though Emma Kelly was mostly known as the piano player who could seemingly play any song ever written, the close friend and collaborator of songwriter Johnny Mercer is revealed in “What’s Your Favorite Song?” to have achieved even greater accomplishments as a wife and mother. Learn how she and her husband overcame challenges and hardships through the Great Depression, a World War, and through the baby boom years to raise ten children who would become an integral part of her musical performances and, later, successful college-educated adults. Author Ross Kelly chronicles a firsthand account of a nonstop, whirlwind family music fest that will border on feeling out of control, only in the end to reveal a loving, close-knit family guided by their commitment to one another, their love of music, and a foundation of principles employed by his parents to guide and shape his life and the lives of his nine brothers and sisters. Far beyond being about a large musical family growing up in South Georgia in the 1960s, “What’s Your Favorite Song?” could almost serve as a guide for how families of any size, anywhere, can successfully manage their own challenges of juggling relationships, careers, and children.
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By Lawrence Stinson
This is the most powerful book you can read, these events are very accurate and true, because there are a lot of evil demonic spirits out there roaming ready to enter into someone’s body. I hope by me telling my story, it will make others come forth and tell theirs, and maybe come to the gospel of Christ. Because the power of the devil is so real a lot of people don’t live to tell their story behind this, but, I thank God, I lived to tell mine. Thank You, The Author, Mr. Lawrence Stinson
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By Leia Schwartz

Experience dyslexia through a nine-year-old girl's eyes!


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By Andrew Everett MA
You may have heard about Gracie Fields. Harry not only accompanied her, but composed for her, eventually becoming an important British major light composer in his own right. This is his life story, discussing not only his musical achievements but his personal life.
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By G. Ross Kelly
If you enjoyed reading about “The Lady of 6,000 Songs” in the best seller “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” you will love going behind the scenes to learn more about how the remarkable entertainer and her husband successfully juggled their marriage, her Hall of Fame music career, his sign business, and at the same time, raise ten children. Though Emma Kelly was mostly known as the piano player who could seemingly play any song ever written, the close friend and collaborator of songwriter Johnny Mercer is revealed in “What’s Your Favorite Song?” to have achieved even greater accomplishments as a wife and mother. Learn how she and her husband overcame challenges and hardships through the Great Depression, a World War, and through the baby boom years to raise ten children who would become an integral part of her musical performances and, later, successful college-educated adults. Author Ross Kelly chronicles a firsthand account of a nonstop, whirlwind family music fest that will border on feeling out of control, only in the end to reveal a loving, close-knit family guided by their commitment to one another, their love of music, and a foundation of principles employed by his parents to guide and shape his life and the lives of his nine brothers and sisters. Far beyond being about a large musical family growing up in South Georgia in the 1960s, “What’s Your Favorite Song?” could almost serve as a guide for how families of any size, anywhere, can successfully manage their own challenges of juggling relationships, careers, and children.
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By G. Ross Kelly
If you enjoyed reading about “The Lady of 6,000 Songs” in the best seller “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” you will love going behind the scenes to learn more about how the remarkable entertainer and her husband successfully juggled their marriage, her Hall of Fame music career, his sign business, and at the same time, raise ten children. Though Emma Kelly was mostly known as the piano player who could seemingly play any song ever written, the close friend and collaborator of songwriter Johnny Mercer is revealed in “What’s Your Favorite Song?” to have achieved even greater accomplishments as a wife and mother. Learn how she and her husband overcame challenges and hardships through the Great Depression, a World War, and through the baby boom years to raise ten children who would become an integral part of her musical performances and, later, successful college-educated adults. Author Ross Kelly chronicles a firsthand account of a nonstop, whirlwind family music fest that will border on feeling out of control, only in the end to reveal a loving, close-knit family guided by their commitment to one another, their love of music, and a foundation of principles employed by his parents to guide and shape his life and the lives of his nine brothers and sisters. Far beyond being about a large musical family growing up in South Georgia in the 1960s, “What’s Your Favorite Song?” could almost serve as a guide for how families of any size, anywhere, can successfully manage their own challenges of juggling relationships, careers, and children.
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