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  1. Accidentally falling in love online is risky business, but this couple found success. A story which took twenty years to create and three years to write.
  2. The Breadwinner shares untold stories of 200 poor Sri Lankan women that either spent years working as housemaids in the Middle East or were in the process of preparing to leave their families for employment. If these unskilled, uneducated women returned intact, they often carried memories of abuse, abortion, trafficking, torture, rape and murder.
  3. The title of this book arose from the wisdom of one of Dr. Grinstead’s most important mentors, Sensei Richard Kim. It explores the journey of suffering that people often experience when living with chronic pain. It offers a roadmap to help people move beyond suffering to thriving, instead of just surviving. It is a journey of hope and healing.
  4. Mary Magdalene was regarded as "the forbidden female" in the Christian tradition: wild, free and sinful. This book contains a dialogue with and messages from Mary Magdalene, channeled by Pamela Kribbe (PhD). It is about male and female energy, relationships, sexuality and healing.
  5. Learn to screen, buy and sell the highest quality preferred stocks
  6. Identify precisely blocked emotions that cause health challenges and heal.
  7. Day-to-day book promotion from Day 1 through Day 90...and beyond!
  8. Longevity, health and rejuvenation through five ancient Tibetan exercises.
  9. The Beach Boys and the Beatles -- rivals in Sixties Music.
  10. This is a must-have guide for people over 50 who are interested in online dating. It’s written from a woman’s perspective using real-life experiences, lessons learned, and humor to help you navigate the world of cyber dating. You will learn how to write an effective profile, post impressive pictures, detect scams, and much more.
  1. This final volume in the Suppliers to the Confederacy series ties-up all the loose ends the previous volumes did not cover. This new research over five chapters covers all the war materiel not previously examined. This wide-ranging new title has a total of 251 B/W photographs and illustrations – mostly exclusive from private collections.
  2. Peace and War is many things. Americana set within the culture of war that has existed in the America since WWII. Comic, tragic, dark, light, funny and serious, it's about family, fishing, friendship, baseball, celebrity, academia, the natural world, life and death. It chronicles where America has been and wonders where she may be going.
  3. Have you ever heard or watched a bird fly straight into a window pane and immediately hit the ground with a thud? Instincts were shattered by a force it didn't know existed. It's a rarity to get back up after such a major blow. Waking Up In Asia shows how the will to get up and fly again with clearer sight is most definitely possible.
  4. The Human Resistance Corp must band together with, Tirzah, a Rebel Phoenix, to overcome her insidious counterparts. Meanwhile, in Sheol, Cylus delves deeper into the parallel world in search of aid to overcome a new grotesque threat that has emerged.
  5. The effort of the author's parents to build by hand and retain, not just a house, but, a home for their six young children in the difficult and tumultuous years following World War II.
  6. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  7. At 22,000 feet in the Himalayas, a killer stalks. When an amateur climber inherits a cottage, she uncovers an ancient mystery involving her great grandfather’s Mt. Everest expedition. She learns, to her peril, that some inheritances trigger a deadly avalanche of events that reverberate through time...
  8. In a world already plagued by the effects of late-stage capitalism—economic inequality, voter suppression, healthcare inequality, racial injustice, and an escalating climate crisis—how do we continue fighting for meaningful progress in the middle of a pandemic? Encouragement and insight from a climate crisis refugee and human rights activist.
  9. A true story about a courageous young girl who was born in Siberia, Russia. Surviving rape from her older brother, being taken away from her alcoholic parents and put in the orphanage. She shares stories about her life in Russia. Despite of her circumstances she never lost hope for a better life and dreaming of coming to America.
  10. Using the backdrop of the famous words used by Jesus Christ in ministering to the Samaritan woman at the well (John 4:23-24) after He discerned that she was fixated on a physical place to worship God, Dr. McCain reminds believers of the empowering impact when devoted communion with the Father is not confined to a Sunday only worship experience.

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