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There Will Be No Rescue By Steve Aiken
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The autobiography of Steve Aiken. Written for the “Christian” who may have strayed from Lord, and cannot find their way back. This evangelistic tool will also hold the interest of the... More > “non-believer,” from start to finish. For those who have been hurt or scarred in or by Christians, churches, or Christian organizations, this is a must read for those who have fallen and can’t get up! As a former police officer, bodyguard, D.C. lobbyist, and radio talk show host, Steve tells the story of his life with a self-help approach that is certain to encourage the reader. From the pinnacle of success to absolute ruin and public scorn; from breaking his neck to coming back years later and winning a state racquetball championship; and from running one of the most heated congressional campaigns in the country, to losing almost everything in his life (again.) Steve holds nothing back in sharing the biblical, life lessons, he has learned.< Less
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...Our Beat Goes On By Richard Antti
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The book consists of three parts: the story of an exciting trip back to a land we revisited in March of 2010 called Vietnam; combat experiences from the areas we fought; and an analysis of the effect... More > our service experiences have had on our lives and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder's challenges.< Less
Exploding School to Pieces: Growing Up With Pop Culture In the 1970s By Mick Deal
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An endearing auto-biographical account of a journey through childhood, experienced through what was arguably the most entertaining decade ever in which to have been a kid in Britain. Mapping his... More > young life out through his love of the popular culture of the day, from the music that he grew up with and absorbed, to the popular TV shows which innocently entertained a generation of kids, the bashful but defiant protagonist reflects upon a tumultuous decade and of an age of innocence long since lost. Through his troubled relationship with a largely uninspiring education system and the schooling customs of his generation (and his ultimate contempt for them) it becomes clear that it is the popular culture of his childhood era which proves to be, among many other things, his education and his window into the world.< Less

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