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Angie is determined to get back home, desperate to let her mother know that she loves her and always has. Angie Masterson is stationed in Afghanistan when receives news from her brother that their mother is in the hospital. She needs to come home. Now. After receiving leave, Angie meets Bo at the airport, a fellow soldier missing a leg, on his way home for Christmas.
Angie and her mother and brother, Brady, have endured a strained relationship since Angie joined the Army. Resentments, harsh words, and disappointment have replaced the love and affection that she used to feel for her family. Only now, her mother is gravely ill.
Even though he's a stranger, she feels like she's known Bo forever. He's calm and comforting, filling her with a sense of tranquility that belies her turmoil.
Is it too late to make amends?
Will she make it home in time for Christmas?
Can she rekindle her ...
"A Woman's Life-Work -- Labors and Experiences of Laura S. Haviland" by Laura S. Haviland. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten?or yet undiscovered gems?of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Genre: Classics Length: 491 Pages (2,142 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
I read the quote by a renowned social anthropologist Dr Margaret Mead. When a reporter asked her, "When do you declare that human civilization has started at this particular point while excavating?"
Her answer was a typical one like roads, utensils, constructions etc. She declared "when I found a healed femur bone, I declare that the human civilization has started here!"
That exceptional answer by Dr. Margaret Mead enthralled me!
This answer implies that thousands of years back when man was living in jungles, in his primitive days, some person had actually lifted a wounded person to the cave, hunted and fed that wounded person for at least six months!
I started wondering, who this person was? How did he take a stand against routinely accepted norm of leaving an injured mate behind to die? What turmoil had he gone through? How had he communicated his anguish to the others living with him when language was primitive? What caused him to do this strange and unique thing in the first ...
Tales about the specter of the night known as the Prairie Man were told to frighten children, but one day those tales nearly led to a tragic accident for Temple Kennedy. His friend Hank Pierce saved his life, Temple vowed that one day he would return the favor.
Fifteen years later the two friends grew up to lead different lives: Hank is a respected citizen while Temple is as an outlaw. But, when Hank was wrongly accused of murder, Temple is given a chance for redemption. He vows to save Hank or die in the attempt.
However, in seeking to unmask the real culprit his investigation leads to a man who isn't even supposed to exist: the Prairie Man.
Genre: Classics Length: 119 Pages (1,578 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
Gertrude Stein's first published work Three Lives is divided into three different stories, each one a psychological portrait of a different woman. The Good Anna describes an exacting German house servant; Melanctha explores the love affair of an African-American woman; and The Gentle Lena narrates the fate of a patient German maid. The three narratives are independent of each other, but all are set in the fictional town of Bridgepoint.
The innovative style of Three Lives broke with narrative, linear, and temporal conventions and catapulted Stein to the forefront of the American Modernist movement and inspired such later novelists as Ernest Hemingway and Jack Kerouac.
Genre: Classics Length: 262 Pages (628 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 6th, 2020
Introducing Collin Black!Tighten the billets on your saddle cinches and push your hat down as you mount up to hit the trails with Johnny Black and his cousin Collin Black. The Black family saga continues in this western thriller. Experience action, mystery and romance as they pursue kidnappers, bank robbers, highwaymen and murderers in the old west. Texas, in the summer of 1876, proves to be full of danger and challenges for Johnny Black. A young couple kidnaps the Black's daughter, Lucrecia, and Johnny and Rosalinda must find and rescue their daughter before the trail goes cold. Johnny's friend, Clyde, is shot and left for dead by members of a criminal gang. When Johnny insists on pursuing the gang, the U.S. Marshal hires him as a special Deputy U. S. Marshal. The bank robbers and murders are on the run, and Johnny Black is soon on their trail. While Johnny is tracking the bank robbers from Austin to Fort Worth, Johnny's cousin, Collin Black and his friend Reed, decide to try their ...
#Me Too. "Forty years is a long time. " Liza hears those words on television from a man in a leadership position. He implies that after forty years a woman has had enough time to recover emotionally from unwanted sexual advances when she was a teenager--a child. Forty years after being abused, something incredible happened in Liza's life. Now it's been sixty years. What can she do to help her cope?
"The Charm of Oxford" by J. Wells. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten?or yet undiscovered gems?of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Genre: Classics Length: 66 Pages (2,799 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 5th, 2020