Fourth and final volume in the memoir of Claude F. Baxter, who in earlier volumes recounts his emmigration from Nazi Germany as a boy, his return as a US Army soldier, and his eventual settlement in... More > California where he starts a family and builds a career as a neuroscientist in the Veteran's Administration. The fourth volume recounts his struggles as a scientist in a changed V.A., growing renown among his peers, and snippets of family life, travel, and hobbies.< Less
For so long people have assumed that Godly wealth was an impossibility. The few who believed in Godly wealth assumed that it was limited to destiny.
However, wealth is simply a matter of choice.
In... More > this classic, Dr Olowosoyo explains what the bible says about wealth.< Less
Poemario que consta de cincuenta piezas, explorando el esquema de rima usado en el reggaetón, desde un punto de vista literario. En este libro se ejemplifica, usando la temática y... More > rítmo propio del género, diversos recursos poéticos aplicables a este estilo musical.< Less
Do not get too comfortable while reading “Invisible Handcuffs” This book will make you think you are dreaming and you will want to wake up, but the reality of this dream is, IT’S... More > REAL! You may not want to have another bowl of Oatmeal and if you miss a phone call, it could it cost you, your freedom.
The minds of the victim(s), wondering what happens now that an inmate resides in a Halfway House? How does this affect the community?
This book is especially for families and friends who has someone in Jail or Prison planning to come to Community Corrections, you should understand what factors goes into their loved ones successfully completing such a program as a Community Corrections Resident.
This book is great reference for an inmate of Department of Corrections (DOC). They will get a chance to see and understand that Community Correction is not what they possibly think it is.
Great read also for Judges, Lawyers and Parole/Probation Officers.< Less