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If You Knew Suzy

Author : Katherine Rosman
ISBN : 9780061991226
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“Katherine Rosman has a great gift for articulating the yearnings of daughterhood and the mysteries of motherhood.” — Jeffrey Zaslow, coauthor of The Last Lecture “Katherine Rosman’s voice rings with truth, pain, and hard-won humor as she reports from the heart in this bold, cathartic tale of a daughter’s search to find meaning in her mother’s death.... This book beats with a heart of its own.” — Janice Y.K. Lee, author of The Piano Teacher In lively, intimate prose, Wall Street Journal culture reporter Katherine Rosman reconnects with her late mother by reporting on the life she led outside of her roles as mom and wife.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

If You Knew Susie Like I Know Susie

Author : Joseph Meyer
ISBN : 9783841801760
Genre : Music
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This Ebook contains the score of the song in Bb-Major. It includes Piano, Vocals & Chords. The musical genre is Traditional Pop. Die Originalversion von "If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie)" wurde 1925 veröffentlicht und gehört heutzutage zum Popular Standard. In den letzten Jahrzehnten wurden zahlreiche Bearbeitungen des Songs angefertigt. Eddie Cantor erreichte mit diesem Song 5 Wochen Platz eins in den amerikanischen Billboardcharts, im Jahr 1925. In dieser Ausgabe sind die Klaviernoten im Violin- und Bassschlüssel enthalten. Text, Akkorde und Gesangsmelodie sind separat notiert.
Category: Music

Sing Out

Author : Alfred Publishing
ISBN : 0757930484
Genre : Music
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Suzy S Case

Author : Andy Siegel
ISBN : 9781451658804
Genre : Fiction
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This wild ride of a debut thriller is packed with insider details that reveal the fascinating world of a New York lawyer who’ll stop at nothing to secure justice. Introducing Tug Wyler, a dogged and irreverent New York City personal injury and medical malpractice attorney. He is as at home on the streets as he is in the courtroom, and larger than life in both places. Once you’ve met him, you won’t ever forget him. When Henry Benson, a high-profile criminal lawyer known for his unsavory clients, recruits Tug to take over a long-pending multimillion-dollar lawsuit representing a tragically brain-damaged child, his instructions are clear: get us out of it; there is no case. Yet the moment Tug meets the disabled but gallant little Suzy Williams and June, her beautiful, resourceful mother, all bets are off. With an offbeat, self-mocking style, Tug Wyler’s a far cry from your ordinary lawyer. Unswerving in his dedication to his mostly disadvantaged clients, he understands only too well how badly they need him with the system stacked against them. Tug is honest about his own shortcomings, many of them of the profoundly politically incorrect variety, and his personal catchphrase, handy in all situations, is “At least I admit it.” When his passionate commitment to Suzy’s case thrusts him into a surreal, often violent sideshow, the ensuing danger only sharpens his obsession with learning what really happened to Suzy. Blending razor-sharp intuition, intellectual toughness, and endlessly creative legal brinkmanship, Tug determinedly works his way through a maze of well-kept secrets—encountering a cast of memorably eccentric characters along the way—to get to the truth. Among the many fresh-to-the-genre pleasures of Suzy’s Case is its eye-opening portrait of the brutally tough world of medical malpractice law in New York City, an aggressive, very-big-bucks, winner-takes-all game in which lawyers relentlessly cut corners, deals—and throats. With Andy Siegel as the expert guide to his daily home turf, that largely unseen medicolegal universe, where life—and death—always have a price, you’ll experience its addictive, risk-taking reality. The result is a stunning debut as gripping as it is unexpected, as rollicking as it is compassionate, revealing Andy Siegel to be a bright new voice of remarkable energy, wit, and style.
Category: Fiction

A Legacy Of Love

Author : Susan Berk
ISBN : 9781546238287
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This wonderful memoir that was written for her family is a life story for everyone to read. Each chapter is like the changing songs on a record. Susans beliefs and high energy to achieve, even through adverse health challenges, enlightens the reader to admire her gusto for life. Music has been the beat she walks to. Always a song in her heart. What a treasure for all to read (Brenda J. Hawnylkin, writer).
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Children S Hour

Author : T. S. Arthur
ISBN : PRNC:32101064303793
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Savages

Author : Shirley Conran
ISBN : 9781451699173
Genre : Fiction
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Five women must spend months alone together in a hostile jungle, threatened on land and in the water and—perhaps most dangerous of all—by their own exposed and violent passions, that turn them, into savages far worse than their hunters and enemies.
Category: Fiction

Songcite

Author : William D. Goodfellow
ISBN : 081533298X
Genre : Music
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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Ceremony Of Innocence

Author : Dorothy Cummings McLean
ISBN : 9781586177317
Genre : Fiction
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Riots. Terrorist attacks. Neo-Nazi violence. In modern-day Germany, journalist Catriona McClelland has seen it all while covering the contemporary European scene for a Catholic news organization. Keeping herself above the political fray in her professional life, she has also managed to keep herself from personal entanglements-still hurt from the wounds of a broken relationship. Things come to a head when her boyfriend Dennis, frustrated with a lack of commitment, leaves her for Suzy Davis, an idealistic young Canadian who is involved with a left-wing protest movement. But when Suzy is murdered... who is complicit and who is innocent? Ripped from the headlines, Ceremony of Innocence is a very contemporary novel of Europe on the edge of social breakdown. Train stations are bombed and migrants targeted for violence as journalists and other tastemakers watch from their positions of privilege. Dorothy Cummings McLean's realistic narrative does not describe the feats of heroes. Rather, it unnervingly lays bare the way religious faith and moral reasoning can be easily manipulated and compromised.
Category: Fiction