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School Tales By Dylan Ladd
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A boy describes his life and the events that happened in 3rd and 4th Grade.
What Ends By Andrew Ladd
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What Ends follows each of the McClouds as they navigate their ever-more fragile lives. Eldest child Barry, tortured by adolescent lust and ill-prepared for life beyond his home, is sent to a mainland... More > boarding school, where he must choose between the values of his upbringing and a life of delinquency. His sister, Flora, tries to reconcile the responsibility she feels towards her parents with her dream of becoming an artist. His mother, Maureen, resolves to salvage a single, tiny piece of happiness from a lifetime of failed opportunities, and the youngest sibling, Trevor, watches powerless with his father, George, as the place they love falls to pieces all around them.< Less
Heaven's Way By Roger Ladd Memmott
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A Gemstone Book (CASEBOUND) - 403 pages: **** When Danny Davenport and Nick Nicholson first slug it out on the south end of the football field they are two elementary-school innocents already... More > troubled by the prospect of losing their youth. Then comes Lily Winterspring, binding them together “with all the pain of a splinter sewn through [their] hearts.” The bitter flows out of the sweet and the bonds between the two are tested, first by sudden tragedy and then by a monstrous duplicity that slowly comes to the surface. **** Combining the intimacy of family and marital relationships, together with a candid yearning and genuine moments of suspense, HEAVEN'S WAY is a deeply moving story about love, loss, and betrayal — and the redemption only faith and devotion can bring. **** Written in the form of a memoir, with confession at its center, and driven thematically by elements of metafiction, HEAVEN'S WAY stands in a genre of its own.< Less
Heaven's Way By Roger Ladd Memmott
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A Gemstone Book (TRADE PAPERBACK) - 403 pages: **** When Danny Davenport and Nick Nicholson first slug it out on the south end of the football field they are two elementary-school innocents already... More > troubled by the prospect of losing their youth. Then comes Lily Winterspring, binding them together “with all the pain of a splinter sewn through [their] hearts.” The bitter flows out of the sweet and the bonds between the two are tested, first by sudden tragedy and then by a monstrous duplicity that slowly comes to the surface. **** Combining the intimacy of family and marital relationships, together with a candid yearning and genuine moments of suspense, HEAVEN'S WAY is a deeply moving story about love, loss, and betrayal — and the redemption only faith and devotion can bring. **** Written in the form of a memoir, with confession at its center, and driven thematically by elements of metafiction, HEAVEN'S WAY stands in a genre of its own.< Less
Heaven's Way By Roger Ladd Memmott
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A Gemstone Book (HARDCOVER) - 403 pages: **** When Danny Davenport and Nick Nicholson first slug it out on the south end of the football field they are two elementary-school innocents already... More > troubled by the prospect of losing their youth. Then comes Lily Winterspring, binding them together “with all the pain of a splinter sewn through [their] hearts.” The bitter flows out of the sweet and the bonds between the two are tested, first by sudden tragedy and then by a monstrous duplicity that slowly comes to the surface. **** Combining the intimacy of family and marital relationships, together with a candid yearning and genuine moments of suspense, HEAVEN'S WAY is a deeply moving story about love, loss, and betrayal — and the redemption only faith and devotion can bring. **** Written in the form of a memoir, with confession at its center, and driven thematically by elements of metafiction, HEAVEN'S WAY stands in a genre of its own.< Less
Heaven's Way By Roger Ladd Memmott
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A Gemstone Book (TRADE PAPERBACK) - 403 pages: **** When Danny Davenport and Nick Nicholson first slug it out on the south end of the football field they are two elementary-school innocents already... More > troubled by the prospect of losing their youth. Then comes Lily Winterspring, binding them together “with all the pain of a splinter sewn through [their] hearts.” The bitter flows out of the sweet and the bonds between the two are tested, first by sudden tragedy and then by a monstrous duplicity that slowly comes to the surface. **** Combining the intimacy of family and marital relationships, together with a candid yearning and genuine moments of suspense, HEAVEN'S WAY is a deeply moving story about love, loss, and betrayal — and the redemption only faith and devotion can bring. **** Written in the form of a memoir, with confession at its center, and driven thematically by elements of metafiction, HEAVEN'S WAY stands in a genre of its own.< Less
LIKE: Seven Rules and 10 Simple Steps for Social Media in Your Campaign (in Politics, Business or Otherwise) By Kelly Groehler et al.
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The premise of LIKE is simple: follow the rules, and take the right steps to use social media in any campaign. With 90 percent of registered U.S. voters today actively using social media, the... More > millions of likes and dislikes they share every 60 seconds can make or break a candidate's race. The rules of LIKE plainly explain how social media has permanently shifted conversations with constituents. Well suited for the individual with little to no social media experience, LIKE outlines the steps and how to get into the habit of using them whether running for the school board, for the United States Senate, or leading inside any organization. LIKE offers common-sense advice on how to engage with a socially-networked democracy, and campaign with confidence.< Less
The Expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, Volume III (of 3) To Headwaters of the Mississippi River Through Louisiana Territory, and in New Spain, During the Years 1805-6-7. By Elliott Coues
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Elliott Coues (/ˈkaʊz/; September 9, 1842 –... More > December 25, 1899) was an American army surgeon, historian, ornithologist and author.Elliott Ladd Coues was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Samuel Elliott Coues and Charlotte Haven Ladd Coues. He graduated at Columbian University, (now, George Washington University) Washington, D.C., in 1861, and at the Medical school of that institution in 1863. He served as a medical cadet in Washington in 1862-1863, and in 1864 was appointed assistant-surgeon in the regular army. In 1872 he published his Key to North American Birds, which, revised and rewritten in 1884 and 1901, did much to promote the systematic study of ornithology in America. He was a founding member of the American Ornithologists' Union in 1883. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_Coues< Less
The Expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, Volume I (of 3) To Headwaters of the Mississippi River Through Louisiana Territory, and in New Spain, During the Years 1805-6-7. By Elliott Coues
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Elliott Coues (/ˈkaʊz/; September 9, 1842 –... More > December 25, 1899) was an American army surgeon, historian, ornithologist and author.Elliott Ladd Coues was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Samuel Elliott Coues and Charlotte Haven Ladd Coues. He graduated at Columbian University, (now, George Washington University) Washington, D.C., in 1861, and at the Medical school of that institution in 1863. He served as a medical cadet in Washington in 1862-1863, and in 1864 was appointed assistant-surgeon in the regular army. In 1872 he published his Key to North American Birds, which, revised and rewritten in 1884 and 1901, did much to promote the systematic study of ornithology in America. He was a founding member of the American Ornithologists' Union in 1883. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_Coues< Less