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At Seventeen

Author : Gerri Hill
ISBN : 9781594938566
Genre : Fiction
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Madison Lansford and Shannon Fletcher met when they were ten years old. Madison—daughter of wealthy parents and Shannon, daughter of their live-in maid and cook—became fast friends, yet both knew their place in life. There was never a doubt that they would become lovers . . . there was also never a doubt that Madison would marry and maintain her social standing in the community. Little by little, they grew apart, their love affair ending with Madison’s marriage and pregnancy. Now, years later, Shannon returns to her old hometown to care for her ailing mother. Can they rebuild their friendship? Or will their new-found closeness bring back memories of their long-lost love? Travel through the years with Shannon and Madison and watch their love unfold as they move from teens to young women and into adulthood.
Category: Fiction

Real Justice Sentenced To Life At Seventeen

Author : Cynthia J. Faryon
ISBN : 9781459401693
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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David Milgaard was a troubled kid, and he got into lots of trouble. Unfortunately, that made it easy for the Saskatoon police to brand him as a murderer. At seventeen, David Milgaard was arrested, jailed, and convicted for the rape and murder of a young nursing assistant, Gail Miller. He was sent to adult prison for life. Throughout his twenty-three years in prison, David maintained that he was innocent and refused to admit to the crime, even though it meant he was never granted parole. Finally, through the incredible determination of his mother and new lawyers who believed in him, David was released and proven not guilty. Astonishingly, in hindsight the real murderer was obvious from the start. This is the true story of how bad decisions, tunnel vision, poor representation, and outright lying and coercion by those within the justice system caused a tragic miscarriage of justice. It also shows that wrongs can be righted and amends made. [Fry Reading Level - 4.3]
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Three Up On Seventeen

Author : Bill Murphy
ISBN : 9781457540776
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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THREE UP ON SEVENTEEN: A Collection of Chip Shots and Cheap Shots is a book by a golf junkie for golf junkies. As both a passionate player and former USGA/PGA Rules Official, Bill Murphy brings his own unique perspective of the game, cleverly connecting golf’s often difficult dots with an engaging, witty, and brilliantly clear viewpoint. The author gives a view from “inside the ropes” of South Florida’s bustling, hustling professional mini-tour and amateur circuits—including some extraordinary encounters with professional golf great Bubba Watson and a unique friendship with Julius Boros. The book includes Murphy’s often hilarious takes on some of the game’s inevitable subjects: from the Runyon-esque characters that are drawn to the game, to the gamblers, cheaters and players of every questionable ilk, and even the occasional alligator. Follow “Murph” to some of Westchester County’s most prestigious golf clubs to get a first-hand look at their infamously lush fairways and the “suits” that inhabit them. In its final pages, the golf course also becomes a bittersweet and poignant stage for author and reader alike as Murphy recalls the events of November 1963 and September 2001, his accessible narrator’s voice becoming all the more engaging, moving and indelible.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Journey On The Four Hills

Author : G.R.G.M. MD
ISBN : 1469700603
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Life is often viewed as a continuum that is judged by its ultimate outcome. In contrast, native Americans view life as a journey over four symbolic hills. Birth to teenage; Teenage to early manhood; Early manhood to age maturity; (and most important) The Fourth Hill In Journey on the Four Hills, the author relates the lessons learned in his lifes journey. In relating the way love and fear bent his life, G.R.G.M. leaves a powerful, personal legacy that gives insight into a spiritual life and the lessons that shaped it. Journey on the Four Hills defies characterization: part autobiography, part self-help, part spiritual, and part just plain wisdom.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Hill

Author : Carol Ericson
ISBN : 9781460340998
Genre : Fiction
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As a P.I., he was used to protecting people. But one beautiful heiress is challenging every move he makes in the conclusion of Carol Ericson's Brody Law miniseries. When P.I. Judd Brody agreed to safeguard socialite London Breck, he expected a fluff gig filled with parties and papparzzi. But the bombshell blonde was nothing like the wild princess he'd seen in the media…and his undeniable attraction to her was as real as the threats to her life. The missteps of London's past didn't compare to the fear she now faced. With her sexy bodyguard by her side, she vowed to confront the conspiracy haunting her family. London couldn't imagine surviving this without Judd. She'd help him get the answers she needed. But she had no intention of watching him walk away once he did….
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Mr Mob

Author : Michael Newton
ISBN : 9780786453627
Genre : Social Science
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Morris “Moe” Dalitz was America’s most secretive and most successful mobster. As a major architect of the United States’ national crime syndicate, Dalitz was active in various fields of organized crime from 1918 until his death, all while spinning a web of myth and mock-respectability around himself so dense that decades after his demise, most mistake the legend for reality. From Prohibition-era bootlegging to the Reagan years, no other individual was present at so many pivotal events in gangland history. It’s impossible to fully understand the modern Mob without knowing about Dalitz, his career, and the cunning publicity campaign that transformed his image from thug to that of a revered philanthropist. This exhaustive biography tells the story of Dalitz’s life and the syndicate that he and like-minded individuals built from scratch.
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Gettysburg Culp S Hill And Cemetery Hill

Author : Harry W. Pfanz
ISBN : 9780807869741
Genre : History
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In this companion to his celebrated earlier book, Gettysburg--The Second Day, Harry Pfanz provides the first definitive account of the fighting between the Army of the Potomac and Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia at Cemetery Hill and Culp's Hill--two of the most critical engagements fought at Gettysburg on 2 and 3 July 1863. Pfanz provides detailed tactical accounts of each stage of the contest and explores the interactions between--and decisions made by--generals on both sides. In particular, he illuminates Confederate lieutenant general Richard S. Ewell's controversial decision not to attack Cemetery Hill after the initial southern victory on 1 July. Pfanz also explores other salient features of the fighting, including the Confederate occupation of the town of Gettysburg, the skirmishing in the south end of town and in front of the hills, the use of breastworks on Culp's Hill, and the small but decisive fight between Union cavalry and the Stonewall Brigade.
Category: History

Works Of Thomas Hill Green

Author : Thomas Hill Green
ISBN : 9781108036825
Genre : Philosophy
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Originally published: London; New York; Longmans, Green, and Co., 1885-88.
Category: Philosophy