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Twenty Miles to say Goodbye: A Family Memoir By Andi Daunt
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Twenty Miles to say Goodbye is an unusual and intriguing memoir that embraces the essence and true spirit of people everywhere. Andi draws you into the heart of Africa, and with the sun warm on your... More > shoulders, you meet its people, explore their land, and hear their stories. Having hitch hiked through Europe in the Swinging 60s, Andi returns to Kenya with her husband and baby, and discovers fascinating stories from her family’s early years in colonial Kenya. These captivating tales intertwine with Andi’s mother’s richly detailed and revealing letters and journals, which tell of her adventures in Egypt during the war, how she met her husband, and of her experiences raising her family on faraway farms on the equator.< Less
Goodbye By Virinia Downham
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If you know someone who is going away then this is the book for you. See twenty beautiful rose pictures and twenty heart felt sayings that say goodbye to the person you care about. Sit back and enjoy... More > some wonderful goodbyes.< Less
05-The Motor Boys Afloat By Clarence Young
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FROM THE AUTHOR: I take pleasure in once more introducing to you the three chums, Jerry, Ned and Bob, whose previous adventures you have read about in the other books of “The Motor Boys... More > Series.” I trust you all will be glad to meet them again, and to see what further befalls them in a new line of activity. Having had many adventures on land the boys decide to try what may be in store for them afloat. In their swift motor boat, the Dartaway, they not only have lots of fun, but a series of strenuous adventures. That their boat was fully as speedy on the lake and river as their auto was on land, the boys soon proved. Now, having given you a hint of what this book contains I will say good-bye for the present, hoping soon to be able to tell you about further doings of the three companions, in their fine craft, by means of which they traveled many miles.< Less
The Polished Moon By Marsha L Burris
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Based on a true story, The Polished Moon follows the exploits of First Lieutenant Dorothy Chinnis. She served as an Army Nurse Corps surgical nurse throughout three European countries during World... More > War II. Dot was twenty-one when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. After graduating from nursing school in Charleston, South Carolina, Dot volunteered for overseas duty. She said goodbye to her home, her family, and her sweetheart, Jack Light, an intelligence officer with the 100th Infantry Division. Global events placed 5000 miles and the Atlantic Ocean between them, but by a quirk of fate they met again in France. In her diary, Dot chronicled her days as she patched brave soldiers fighting abroad. She ate camel stew in North Africa, witnessed the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Italy, and ducked for cover during German air raids in France. For her, life and death and love and romance, played against the backdrop of war. The war touched every soul on earth. This inspiring story profiles the bravery of one of those souls.< Less
The Polished Moon By Marsha L Burris
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Based on a true story, The Polished Moon follows the exploits of First Lieutenant Dorothy Chinnis. She served as an Army Nurse Corps surgical nurse throughout three European countries during World... More > War II. Dot was twenty-one when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. After graduating from nursing school in Charleston, South Carolina, Dot volunteered for overseas duty. She said goodbye to her home, her family, and her sweetheart, Jack Light, an intelligence officer with the 100th Infantry Division. Global events placed 5000 miles and the Atlantic Ocean between them, but by a quirk of fate they met again in France. In her diary, Dot chronicled her days as she patched brave soldiers fighting abroad. She ate camel stew in North Africa, witnessed the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Italy, and ducked for cover during German air raids in France. For her, life and death and love and romance, played against the backdrop of war. The war touched every soul on earth. This inspiring story profiles the bravery of one of those souls.< Less

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