Sadie S Boys

Author: Larry Lewis
Publisher: Northshire Bookstore
ISBN: 9781605713885
Size: 11.97 MB
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On June 1, 1943, the B17E, Texas #6 did not return from its reconnaissance mission over New Guinea. Navigator Charles Lewis was declared missing in action. On December 3, 1944, Rifle Company I, 3rd Battalion, attacked the town of Lucherberg, Germany and twenty two of those American GIs were taken prisoner. Charlie's younger brother Ben was one of them. Sadie Lewis had tried everything to keep her boys Charlie and Ben from joining the fight in World War II. Once her sons were missing, she tried everything to get them back. Sadie's Boys tells the story, through letters and official documents, of two poor Jewish soldiers from Brooklyn who fought for their country and of the mother who fought for her sons.

Sadie S New Venture

Author: Connie Leonard Geron
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469113481
Size: 25.19 MB
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Sadie’s back! She’s now 54 and still happy in the North Carolina Mountains, working as a glorified housekeeper and cook. She’s been inspired with a new vision for the future. She’s leaving no one behind. All of her family and new friends will be included in the new venture with even a few more characters added to the mix. The new plan is daunting and seems impossible, but ‘with God, all things are possible’. Sadie dives in with her usual ‘make a hole’ attitude. She still has to face some past issues with her famous ex-husband (Rev. Anthony Golden). There will be a few obstacles in the way, villains included. There will be many challenges, extraordinary joys, heartbreaks, and of course....good food. Sadie’s confidence in the Lord’s perfect will for her life sustains her as she reaches for this amazing goal. Come along for the ride. Immerse yourself in Sadie’s world. It’s going to be a great time.

Shattered Silence

Author: Marta Perry
Publisher: HQN Books
ISBN: 1488029350
Size: 47.26 MB
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A woman on the run seeks sanctuary in a peaceful Pennsylvania Dutch community—and finds a protector in the most unlikely of men… One moment Rachel Hartline is secure in her career and community. The next, she’s in the wrong place at the wrong time—watching her ex-husband commit a crime that puts her in unfathomable danger. Fear and hurt send her home to an Amish farm and the family she’s always trusted. But a private investigator is close behind—and he may be a threat to her in more ways than one… Cold, calculating Clint Mordan isn’t convinced Rachel is as innocent in her ex-husband’s schemes as she claims, but when her ex’s enemies target Rachel, Clint is driven to keep her safe. Maybe the terror in her beautiful eyes and the target on her back aren’t an act. But as his feelings toward her deepen, Clint realizes he’s the only one who can keep Rachel alive in a game where only the killer knows the stakes.

From Boys To Men

Author: Ted Gideonse
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 078673552X
Size: 33.75 MB
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More than an anthology of coming out stories, From Boys to Men is a stunning collection of essays about what it is like to be gay and young, to be different and be aware of that difference from the earliest of ages. In these memoirs, coming out is less important than coming of age and coming to the realization that young gay people experience the world in ways quite unlike straight boys. Whether it is a fascination with soap opera, an intense sensitivity to their own difference, or an obsession with a certain part of the male anatomy, gay kids — or kids who would eventually identify as gay — have an indefinable but unmistakable gay sensibility. Sometimes the result is funny, sometimes it is harrowing, and often it is deeply moving. Essays by lauded young writers like Alex Chee (Edinburgh), Aaron Hamburger (Faith for Beginners), Karl Soehnlein (The World of Normal Boys), Trebor Healy (Through It Came Bright Colors), Tom Dolby (The Trouble Boy), David Bahr, and Austin Bunn, are collected along with those by brilliant, newcomers such as Michael McAllister, Jason Tougaw, Viet Dinh, and the wildly popular blogger, Joe.My.God.

Padgett S My Name

Author: Davenport Padgett
ISBN: 0557021014
Size: 67.48 MB
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The life of Davenport Padgett spanned part of the 19th century and most of the twentieth. His almost-photographic memory goes back to 1898 when he was four and saw his first train. Beginning with this first memory, he tells the reader story after story that reveal a remarkable man who loved life, appreciated people, and enjoyed every day. He said he lived his life as his father taught him: to treat every man as his brother and every woman as his sister. He also said he believed that people were good if you'd let them be and that love is the most important thing in the world.

Sadie S Story

Author: Sadie Westridge
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468500716
Size: 71.33 MB
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Sadie was a bright, beautiful child with such potential ... yet her life was destined to be filled with endless disappointment and heartbreak. Learning lessons along the way, she never let anything get the best of her for long, proving that you can find peace in your life if you never give up hope. Her story takes you through her childhood years, coping with a mother who was afflicted with a seizure disorder and not one, but two mentally challenged older sisters. Her life began in a time when the world wasn't as understanding towards any of those issues and her story portrays the disappointments and problems that go hand in hand. Discover what families just like hers must really endure when subjected to such adversities.

Sadie Brower Neakok

Author: Margaret B. Blackman
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 9780295971803
Size: 26.52 MB
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This is the life history of the daughter of Asianggataq, an Eskimo woman, and her husband Charles Bower, the first white settler in Alaska's northernmost community of Barrow. One of ten children, Sadie Brower was raised with a mixture of Inupiat and white traditions. Sent Outside for modern schooling, she returned to Barrow to use her education on behalf o her people. Now in her seventies, she has devoted a lifetime to public service, first as a Bureau of Indian Affairs schoolteacher, than as a health aide, a foster parent, a welfare worker, and, for twenty years, as Barrow's magistrate. She became a key figure in the introduction of the American legal system to bush Alaska as well as an outspoken advocate for people, eventually winning the right for the native language to be the language of the court in cases where the defendants could not speak English. Equally important, in private life she has borne thirteen children as wife to Nate Neakok, an Inupiaq hunter and whaling captain who, she states emphatically, ?never went to school, but know more than I did, a college student, a teacher.' Professor Blackman places Sadie Neakok's vivid narrative within the context of the recent history of Barrow and Alaska? North Slope, interweaving cultural and historical data from various sources with Sadie's own perspectives on herself, her people, and the outside world that has increasingly affected them. Blackman's concluding chapter offers a perceptive critical evaluation of the life history process itself. The book makes an important contribution to Alaskan cultural and legal history, to life history methodology, and to studies of women in cross-cultural perspective.

Sadie S Lag Ba Omer Mystery

Author: Jamie Korngold
Publisher: Kar-Ben
ISBN: 0761390472
Size: 36.42 MB
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"What is Lag Ba'Omer?" Sadie and Ori ask their grandfather, who sends them off on a mission to solve the mystery. They learn the surprising history and traditions behind the holiday, and invite their friends and family to a Lag Ba'Omer picnic and celebration. The fourth title in the "Sadie and Ori" Jewish holiday series including Sadie's Sukkah Breakfast, Sadie and the Big Mountain, and Sadie's Almost Marvelous Menorah.

Evil In The Mirror

Author: Mitt Winstead
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604944307
Size: 70.68 MB
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It's 1968 in dusty Tucson, Arizona. Two young flower children are found murdered, but police could care less about the death of the two hippies. Until Detective Jon Mull's partner is killed, that is. Detective Mull knows the death of his partner is linked to the hippies' case, but proving it remains elusive. Things heat up even more under the desert sun when the killers strike again-this time with a murder so bizarre it defies logic. Will Mull solve the case of his partner's death before another life is taken? Mitt Winstead's debut novel will keep you glued to your seat as he takes you back in time-through the era of free love and down the path of terrifying evil. About the Author Author Mitt Winstead was born in Tucson and now lives with his wife, three Chihuahuas, a Pomeranian named Mittsy, and an angry Myers parrot named Pickles in Camp Verde, Arizona. When he is not writing murder mysteries, he's out riding his Harley or searching for meteorites in treacherous cactus strewn mountains. You can e-mail him at: [email protected] or check out his Website at:

Sadie S Row

Author: DeCarlton Wooten
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462812585
Size: 34.26 MB
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Sadies Row is a heartwarming, soul-lifting story detailing the hard times and joys of life in the Mississippi Delta. Black soil and cotton, blue skies and the muddy Mississippi weave themselves into a tale to stir the soul and bring a tear to the eye. Young Sadie, like many others lives poor as she and her family struggle to scratch a living out of the Black Belt plantations. Life is simple until she goes to work for a mysterious family and befriends the daughter. She discovers a haunting secret. She must now choose between the laws of the land and the vast gulf of racism. Together the two girls flee through the vast wilderness of Mississippi but they are pursued by one with dark intentions. A race begins. A race for safety and freedom, but long hard roads lie ahead.