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Fearless Fighter

Author : Vera Chirwa
ISBN : 9781848132498
Genre : Political Science
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Vera Chirwa's story is one of betrayal, imprisonment, torture and exile. Yet it is also a story of hope, inspiration and extraordinary bravery. Born in Malawi under British colonial rule, even as a child she was aware of the injustice meted out to her as an African and a girl. While struggling for her education, she met and fell in love with Orton Chirwa, a charismatic teacher and activist. From then on their fates became intertwined with the politics of their country after independence. As a campaigner, politician, lawyer, wife and mother, Chirwa has left an indelible mark on Malawian politics. Her life embodies African struggles against colonialism and corruption. In Fearless Fighter Chirwa talks about her past with immense courage and humour. This powerful and moving book celebrates her achievements and calls for greater awareness of the risks faced by human rights defenders everywhere.
Category: Political Science


Author : Carine MacKenzie
ISBN : 1857921984
Genre : Religion
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David, the brave shepherd boy fought the roaring lion and the wild bear. He made sure no harm came to his flock. When he met Goliath, the giant, he knew that only God could rescue him. Find out how God looked after David and had a special plan for his life. You can read about David in the Bible in 1 & 2 Samuel.
Category: Religion

Mandingo Osceola Tshaka

Author : M. B. English
ISBN : 9781493127207
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the early 1980's, on one of his clandestine visits to the former fleshpots of 42nd Street in New York City's Times Square, Mandingo Osceola Tshaka had an epiphany and quit cold turkey a lifestyle he reveled in for more than 40 years. He was responding to a supernatural cautioning voice to remove a roadblock that could cripple his tireless crusade for justice as he confronted government and private agencies and racism.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Healing Your Soul

Author : Dr. Samuel White, III
ISBN : 9781512727814
Genre : Religion
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Healing Your Soul starts with a systematic approach to understanding the soul and its ailments. Dr. White does an extraordinary job of defining “spiritual sickness,” the symptoms, treatment, and finally the doctor’s orders, which is the Word of God as the ultimate prescription or medication for healing our souls. This book lays the foundation for discovering that spiritual healing for spirit, soul, and body is available and is a gift from God. —Gwen Graddy-Dansby MD, FACP Dr. White’s genuineness is what makes Healing Your Soul so refreshing! His honesty concerning his own need for spiritual healing creates a sacred space for the reader to be open, honest, and self-reflective. It is an invitation to trust God and experience his power in new and fresh ways! —Dr. Michael Williams, Executive Minister of the American Baptist Churches of Michigan Healing Your Soul encourages us to develop and covet our own personal relationship with God in order to cope with latent, sometimes blatant, and uncomfortable sins. —Grenae Dudley White PhD, LP Healing Your Soul cuts to the core of sin, temptation, and the lack of self-care, which often plagues the fabric of most inner, ontological thinking. Dr. White shares his struggles and successes on how his meditation became his medication for the soul. This is an absolute must-read book. —Rev. Dr. Edwin H. Holmes, President of the Michigan Progressive Baptist Convention
Category: Religion


Author : Jessie Keane
ISBN : 9781447254379
Genre : Fiction
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PLAY DIRTY. PLAY TO WIN. From the top ten bestselling author Jessie Keane comes a gripping thriller featuring two women who will do anything to win the man they love. Josh Flynn is the king of the bare-knuckle gypsy fighters. His reputation is un-blemished; his fist a deadly weapon. Claire Milo has always loved Josh, they were destined to be together from the day they met. Two gypsy lovers with their whole lives ahead of them. If only Josh would find a different way of earning a living instead of knocking the living daylights out of another man in the boxing ring. One day, she knew something really bad was going to happen. She could feel it . . . Shauna Everett always wanted what she couldn’t have, and nobody, especially Claire Milo was going to stand in her way. She’s had her eye on Josh Flynn for years and she knew just how to get him. If it meant playing dirty, then so be it. What had she got to lose? In a world ruled by violence, crime and backstreet brawls, only one woman will win in Jessie Keane's Fearless, but how low is she prepared to go to achieve that goal?
Category: Fiction

475th Fighter Group

Author : John Stanaway
ISBN : 9781472802507
Genre : History
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Formed with the best available fighter pilots in the Southwest Pacific, the 475th Fighter Group was the pet project of Fifth Air Force chief, General George C Kenney. From the time the group entered combat in August 1943 until the end of the war it was the fastest scoring group in the Pacific and remained one of the crack fighter units in the entire US Army Air Forces with a final total of some 550 credited aerial victories. Amongst its pilots were the leading American aces of all time, Dick Bong and Tom McGuire, with high-scoring pilots Danny Roberts and John Loisel also serving with the 475th. This book details these pilots, the planes they flew and the campaigns and battles they fought in including such famous names as Dobodura, the Huon Gulf, Oro Bay, Rabaul, Hollandia, the Philippines and Luzon.
Category: History

Soldaten On Fighting Killing And Dying

Author : Sonke Neitzel
ISBN : 9781849839501
Genre : History
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In November 2001, as the world still reeled from the attack on the Twin Towers, German historian Sonke Neitzel discovered an extraordinary cache of documents from the Second World War. The documents were the transcripts of German prisoners of war talking among themselves in prisoner of war camps, and secretly recorded by the allies. In these apparently private conversations the soldiers talked freely and openly about their hopes and fears, their concerns and their day-to-day lives. With a banality and ease which to the modern reader can appear shocking, they also talked about the horrors of war -- about rape, death and killing. Sonke Neitzel shared the material with renowned and bestselling psychologist Harald Wezler and they set about trying to make sense of the vast piles of documents, the hours of transcripts. The result is SOLDATEN, a landmark book which will change the way we look at soldiers and war, and is as relevant to our modern conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan as it was to the soldiers of the German Army in 1945. Published to huge acclaim and controversy in Germany it was a number one bestseller there and reignited the debate about the banality of evil under the Nazi regime.
Category: History

The Fearless Harry Greb

Author : Bill Paxton
ISBN : 9781476613833
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The legendary Harry Greb stepped into the ring more than 300 times from 1913 to 1926, defeated opponents who outweighed him by more than 30 pounds, held the middleweight and light heavyweight titles and beat every Hall of Fame boxer he ever fought. Dubbed “the Pittsburgh Windmill” because of his manic, freewheeling style in the ring, Greb also crossed racial lines, taking on all comers regardless of color. An injury in the ring led to Greb’s gradually going blind in one eye and should have ended his career, but he kept his condition secret and fought on. Tragically, the indomitable fighter would be dead by the age of 32, felled by complications during minor surgery. This biography of one of the toughest boxers of all time includes interviews, family recollections, modern doctors’ analyses of Greb’s eye injury and more than 120 rare photographs, as well as a complete fight record and round-by-round descriptions of his most famous fights.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Jackals Of Samarra

Author : Benjamin H. Roberts
ISBN : 9780595161232
Genre : Fiction
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Jackals of Samarra was written in the period immediately preceding the Gulf War. It was just as contemporary then as it is now, as borne out by today's headlines of naval vessels falling victim to terrorist bombs. The Gulf region is a perpetual cauldron, ready to boil over at a moment's notice. The book sets up shop here and uses a scenario of fact and fiction that wends its way back and forth from the Middle East to the West. The plot employs surprise military attacks, espionage, blackmail, oil, and nuclear weapons to culminate in a gut-wrenching, unpredictable situation, with the Iranians catching the West off guard, as the world holds its collective breath. Though Jackals of Samarra is a work of fiction, it comes so uncomfortably close to being real that using a book marker at stopping points might not work too well. After reading the last sentence of Jackals… you might just feel relieved and lucky that it is only fiction. Then again you might not. See for yourself.
Category: Fiction