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              Golden Love
                

              Golden Love (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Muller-Funk, Carol

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              How could I have known these words, Will you have dinner with me tonight? would lead to my eventual remarriage at age sixty-five? The commitment of marriage at any age is serious, but to enter into such a relationship in the latter years of life does certainly demand some serious... processing. In my book Golden Love I have expounded on the major subjects that I feel from experience are those which particularly need to be dealt with when considering a late-life marriage. Though the book is written primarily for the benefit of the couple it would also be insightful for all family members involved as well as for those in the counseling profession. Understanding emotions, financial situations, living arrangements, and health issues are just some of the subjects involved.
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              ISBN 9781933449203
              Released NZ 1 Nov 2005
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              Letters to My Love(r)
                

              Letters to My Love(r) (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Germont, Giorgio

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              Many years ago, Alfredo and Violetta had a romantic dinner at the Windows on the World restaurant. Eighteen years later in the aftermath of the 911 tragedy, their affair gets a jump-start. They wish they could have married each other though their lives are entirely different. The...y live in completely different worlds, still their love is boiling. They hold a private ceremony to exchange vows of everlasting love. Their lives take on a whole new meaning. Love that most sublime and inexplicable of human emotions makes their lives worth living. Alfredo shares his innermost feelings as the love-struck, soliloquist, narrator of this frustrated love. He reveals the scenarios and circumstances that landed the lovers in a no man's land, un-charted waters, this twenty-first century love-affair, love against all odds, a self-immolating, all consuming fiery surrender, body and mind to the one you love. Flashbacks of their pasts, bring you face to face with their moments of dire dilemmas-a case of do or die-the painful goodbyes, their longing for each other. Where there was fire, the live coals still smolder. The lovers return to each others' arms and vow never to let go. Is their love selfish? Are they right or wrong? Should one always follow the heart? What do these things mean in our world of full of tragedy and despair? Go ahead. Find out. Turn the page.
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              ISBN 9781933449173
              Released NZ 1 Oct 2006
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              S.A.D. (Seek and Destroy)
                

              S.A.D. (Seek and Destroy) (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Moss, Darryl,

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              Set in Perth Western Australia. A has been, SAS soldier Al Connor, divorced and out of luck, is called back to join a secret elite group called S.A.D. (Seek and Destroy). He was one of the best, but now finds himself expendable. Out numbered and against all odds, he battles for s...urvival against a fierce alien presence that is very unpredictable. In the turmoil, he finds true love and adopts a child left by the alien's carnage. He faces the thought of his own mortality and of his new found family. He is confronting a life and death situation every time he faces the aliens. He has to balance his everyday life and the savagery of the aliens in a spasmodic and sometimes impossible dilemma. The sordid past of his new Lady catches up with them and the conflict between the two paths he has to tread becomes very intense. The question is, can he endure the onslaught or fall by the way? The challenge is to stay alive at home and away. He has to keep his cool while others are literally loosing their heads around him. The life and death struggle renews his faith in God. His lay back Australian attitude and his cool calm way he approaches each encounter, keeps him alive until the next encounter. There is only love and hope that drives him on. Survival is of the essence.
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              ISBN 9781933449319
              Released NZ 1 Dec 2006
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              Let's Get Rowdy!
                

              Let's Get Rowdy! (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Martineau, Michael, James

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              Let's Get Rowdy! by 70's rock star agent Michael James Martineau, takes you into the fantasy world that is the superstar rock scene, and into the minds of the con men who run the real show off stage. Do you want to be famous? Applause, autographs, the adoration of fans, and your ...name in lights. The glitter and glamour of show business, where a god is created in the blink of an eye and destroyed just as quickly. Everything around you is larger than life: big money; big parties; big corruption. Superwealth creates superthieves, conning egomaniacs who prey on those innocent dreams of stardom. They are the star makers themselves, the unholy, corrupting force behind the music business. First they stroke the ego of their young performers, then introduce the temptations of drugs, booze, and easy sex. Finally it's time to move in on the bank accounts for their helplessly addicted clients.
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              ISBN 9781933449098
              Released NZ 1 Nov 2005
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              Black River Crossing
                

              Black River Crossing (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Pisarski, Gary

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              He survived the horrors of the Civil War. She endured the long wait. And after the last man had fallen, only one walked the road back to their South Carolina home. With the economy of the South in ruin and hope shattered in the void of silenced hearts, Will and Carol Ann headed w...estward in search of a new life, to find their lost dreams and escape the demons left behind. Beneath the crack of thunder under a gray Texas sky, fate would alter Carol Ann's life in a way she never imagined. That moment in destiny would stir the seeds of love and deception, changing the lives of those living on the Double-M ranch and beyond. This is the story of a woman of strength, of the people in her life, of the bonds of human relationships, and all that is threatened by the Black River Crossing. Take my hand and follow this young woman and those who come into and out of her life. Open your eyes to those who call out for the understanding they seek to ease their souls. Come with me; bring Carol Ann home again.
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              ISBN 9781933449289
              Released NZ 1 May 2006
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              The Adventures of Seamus the Sheltie
                

              The Adventures of Seamus the Sheltie (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Beverly, James

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              THE ADVENTURES OF SEAMUS THE SHELTIE is about a real dog. The adventures in this book are based on actual events in his life, but with some embellishments. Seamus, a Shetland Sheepdog, is an incredibly intelligent dog who can understand about 65 human words. His name (pronounced ..."shay-mus") is Scottish and means "Little James." Over the years, the author often watched his dogs, and based on their behavior, tried to imagine what they were thinking and what they would say if they could. This eventually led over the years to telling stories that were loosely based on an actual event of that day but from the point of view of the dog. Sometimes the stories would lead to a more serious discussion or a life lesson that came from one of the many adventures of the dog. To make the Seamus stories more fun to read, the author added a language for the dog that was derived from the canine physical makeup, the intelligence and language of a young child, and a large dose of humorous imagination. The way that Seamus speaks in these stories is primarily due to two causes: his actual physical structure and his mental limitations. These physical and mental limitations would be true for all dogs.Where Seamus would excel compared to the other dogs would be his very high intellect and the exceptional ability of his breed to follow human voice commands. Seamus brings a new and entertaining context to life lessons that make them fresh and engaging for the readers of all ages. Humor is a key ingredient, and a happy ending to each story underscores the important moral or basic value relevant to each story in this book, setting the stage for wonderful discussions with a child.
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              ISBN 9781933449531
              Released NZ 15 Apr 2008
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              Abraham's Rhyme
                

              Abraham's Rhyme (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Liebovich, Louis, W.

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              Forced into the Romanian Army at age 19, young Louis Liebovich endured deprivation and indignation before deserting and embarking on an odyssey to America 100 years ago. His courage and that of his future wife, Bess, allowed part of the family to grow and prosper in Rockford, an ...industrial town in north central Illinois, and part to forge different lifestyles in Los Angeles. The children built a $250 million business from a one-truck hauling business, but the grandchildren mostly scattered to new challenges. It wasn't always a smooth journey, but both the family and the communities expanded and the country changed. This is a story about people rising to prominence from modest roots, sometimes facing bigotry and prejudice along the way, but usually banding together with friends and families with other traditions. It is about a tiny portion of a community clinging to religious roots. It is about love, anger, generosity, selfishness, failure, triumph, birth, and death. It is about the qualities that made America.
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              ISBN 9781933449456
              Released NZ 1 Apr 2007
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              The Tales of Adarya: Out of the Past
                

              The Tales of Adarya: Out of the Past (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Buchwald, Alaina

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              A shadow broods over the world of Adarya as the dark lord Naurleth prepares to unleash his power. Everything seems hopeless for Lutheny, the leader of the Capprinces, a small people dwelling in southern Adarya. Naurleth's forces, led by his merciless captain, are moving closer to... the Capprinces' homeland every day, and an attack is imminent. Lutheny's city is alone in its struggle - all of its allies are too far away to bring aid, and preoccupied with their own troubles. To make matters worse, the Niorians, a sea-faring people who have been on the brink of war with the Capprinces for decades, have been seen near the Capprinces' borders. Defeat seems certain, and Lutheny is forced to decide whether her people must abandon their home in order to survive. Everything changes, however, after a chance meeting with Anamer, the captain of the Niorians. Lutheny finds herself whisked away on an adventure aboard Anamer's ship, The Quest. All around her, legends spring to life as the ship strays into the Shadowy Seas, in the heart of Naurleth's territory. After various encounters with long-forgotten perils, and the discovery or a weapon that could rewrite Adarya's history, Lutheny and the other passengers aboard The Quest escape from the Shadowy Seas, only to find that things are not well at home. In order to warn the others of Naurleth's threat, they must overcome old prejudices, elude capture by Naurleth's agents, and delve deep into the secrets of Adarya's past. Amid the battle between good and evil, Lutheny finds a friendship with the Niorians that is constantly tested through the twists and turns of their adventure.
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              ISBN 9781933449395
              Released NZ 30 Apr 2007
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              Right to Recover: Winning the Political and Religious Wars Over Stem Cell Research in America
                

              Right to Recover: Winning the Political and Religious Wars Over Stem Cell Research in America (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Perry, Yvonne

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              Yvonne Perry's book enrages and inspires: it leaves you with the feeling that something must be done, that it can be done, and that it will be done-because we will do it. This book changes the equation. -Don C. Reed, Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury Research Act It is such a pleasur...e to work with a writer like Yvonne Perry. She has truly researched the research and spent hundreds of hours to find the facts to share with the readers of RIGHT TO RECOVER. Over the years I have read literally thousands of articles and documents from around the world about this subject and RIGHT TO RECOVER is the most complete work I have ever read. It provides an honest evaluation and asks readers to consider the facts and then form their own opinion instead of listening to people who have never researched the subject. -Reverend Dan Bloodworth, The Brian Bloodworth Stroke and Head Injury Research Foundation In a world confused with chaos in regard to Stem cell research. Yvonne Perry has moved beyond the political to the healing in her new book Right to Recover Winning the Political and Religious Wars over Stem Cell Research in America This educational book sheds light on the way Americans view embryonic stem cell and provides well-researched facts about all types of stem cell treatments throughout the world. This book will shed light on the future, today. -Dr. Eric S. Kaplan, Author of Dying to be Young, From Botox to Botulism and Lifestyles of the Fit and Famous Finally, the truth about stem cell research. I search the Internet daily for articles on stem cell research to pass along to other advocates. It's so maddening to constantly read the oppositions blatant lies concerning stem cell research. -Diane Wyshak, Stem Cell Battles.com
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              ISBN 9781933449418
              Released NZ 1 Oct 2007
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              Net Loss
                

              Net Loss (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hein, Tim

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              Frustrated small-town loan officer Kyle Schmidt turns to online chat for a brief escape from his bleak reality. His fleeting affair awakens his online partner, Shelly Ruzinski, from a life of abject loneliness, and unleashes a love that quickly evolves into a dangerous obsession.... She leaves a trail of murders as signs of her undying devotion, forcing the beleaguered police chief and a boy with unique perceptive abilities to stop her before she commits the ultimate act of love.
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              ISBN 9781933449463
              Released NZ 1 Jun 2007
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