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Mending Fences

Author : Jenna Mindel
ISBN : 142684686X
Genre : Fiction
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Laura Toivo's never been a success at love. The high-powered exec has always been better at dealing with clients than family or friends. When she's called home to Michigan to care for her ailing mother, she finds herself in uncertain territory. Then handsome widower Jack Stahl moves in next door. Jack has realized that life is too short and wants to focus on his kids and his faith, not a woman who's as career-hungry as he used to be. Can Jack show Laura that life is all about connections, and that love is the greatest of God's gifts?
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Mending Fences

Author : Sherryl Woods
ISBN : 9781460395899
Genre : Fiction
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Devastating secrets tear two families apart in this acclaimed novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods For ten years Emily Dobbs and Marcie Carter have been the closest of friends. They've raised their kids together, shared joy and heartache, exchanged neighborhood gossip over tea. But when Marcie's son, now a college freshman sports star, is arrested for date rape, the bond between the families could be shattered forever. As the Carters try to deal with the unthinkable, Emily discovers her daughter has been hiding a terrible secret…a secret that threatens the futures of both families. Recently divorced, Emily struggles to keep it all together—to support her terrified daughter, to maintain her friendship with Evan's mother and to have faith in the detective who could change all of their lives. When things seem darkest, both she and Marcie discover that sometimes the first step toward a better future is mending fences with the past.
Category: Fiction

Mending Fences

Author : Patricia Yager Delagrange
ISBN : 9781954395015
Genre : Fiction
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Four sisters, torn apart by time and secrets. Can they mend the broken fences that separate them? When their father divorced their mother ten years ago, while she was in the early stages of cancer, the Michaels sisters were torn apart. Sharon, much like their mother, with an accepting, forgiving heart, and youngest sister, Helen, a fledgling actress driven by self-interest, live and work on their dad’s Friesian horse ranch in northern California. Kathy has struggled with insecurities, with men and while developing her first video game in San Diego. And Patti has nursed her mother all those years to her eventual passing. After their mother’s tension-filled funeral, which their father has the nerve to attend, Patti and Kathy begrudgingly accept his invitation to come to the ranch for a weekend. Patti and Kathy have no idea what awaits them at the ranch house they once called home. There’s much the girls don’t know, about their father, their parents’ divorce, and their scheming baby sister. And what is driving Patti in her sudden plans to seek revenge against a long-ago boyfriend? Can the sisters find it in their hearts to forgive and mend the broken fences that separate them, or will old transgressions keep them forever apart?
Category: Fiction

Mending Fences

Author : Elizabeth Wishnick
ISBN : 9780295802459
Genre : History
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Mending Fences illuminates the forces driving Moscow�s China policy, from the Ussuri River clashes in 1969 to the "strategic partnership" of the 1990s. Elizabeth Wishnick analyzes the efforts of Soviet leaders simultaneously to maintain their supremacy in the international communist movement, defend their borders from a perceived Chinese threat, and ensure the compliance of regional authorities in enforcing China policy.
Category: History

Mending Fences

Author : Samantha Fury
ISBN : 1535277289
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A past secret has seventeen year old Andrew Morganson on a road trip to Chicago. He recently learned he has two older brothers and he wants desperately to meet them. Will his brothers, Angelo and Joe, welcome or reject him? Will the cute blonde, Sarah, become more than a week-end distraction for Andrew? Can a trip of vengeance turn into a meeting where strangers become family and past hurts start to mend?A possible pregnancy and a rich family's solution have Sarah Findlay on the run. She's tired of living under other people's authority and is running from her most recent foster home. Sarah has no real ties and is looking for a new beginning. Will this road trip be the answer to her problems or will the cute guy with the '57 Chevy turn out to be just another bad choice?One man - two different women. Now, one man - three different women. Angel and Joe are not shocked to find out they have a younger brother since their Dad has an unresolved problem with faithfulness. And, they see nothing but trouble in their future with adding a third sibling in the form of a seventeen year old runaway. Angel will have to watch his step because Charlie, who is all about 'family', will not understand his intolerant attitude toward the kid. And, Joe and Nyssa, with the possibility of yet another Morganson on the way, have their own worries. Angel and Joe are not looking forward to making a place for another brother at the Morganson table or with Mending Fences with the Father who had not been there for them.
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Mending Fences

Author : Shari Mong
ISBN : 0533163854
Genre : Fiction
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Out of sorrow, loss, tragedy, pain and heartache comes a new sense of courage and strength. That, at least, is the message contained inMending Fences,the astonishing new novel from acclaimed author Shari Mong. Twenty years ago Janet got pregnant in her sophomore year of college. The father? Her then-boyfriend, William Biggs. Unfortunately, however, Janet never gets the chance to tell him; engaged to another woman, William moves on. Janet, devastated, drops out of college, eventually meeting successful architect Jack Mulligan. They marry, and Jack adopts the child, Dakota, taking her as his own. Janet manages to finish school and become a successful real estate agent in Miami. William Biggs, meanwhile, is a successful financial analyst with his own firm, married to the beautiful Carrie, with whom he has two great kids, Scott and Megan. Life, for Will, is pretty much ideal: the perfect marriage, super job, great family. All appears to be going well--until tragedy strikes, that is, a tragedy that will force these two families to come together and put their differences aside in order to heal, to love and---most important of all--forgive.
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Mending Fences

Author : Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations and Professor of Political Science Sumit Ganguly
ISBN : UOM:39015037827105
Genre : History
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Exploring the long history of conflict in South Asia, this book assesses the role of confidence- and security-building measures (CSBMs) in reducing tension. Utilizing a unique comparative framework, the contributors draw lessons for South Asia from the experiences of states in Cold War Europe and in the Middle East. Despite the significant historical, political, and geographic differences among regions, the contributors illustrate how the implementation of CSBMs elsewhere has important policy implications for limiting interstate conflict in South Asia.
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Mending Fences

Author : Daniel R. Coats
ISBN : UVA:X004235680
Genre : Political Science
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Senator Dan Coats suggests that justice in America will be furthered by governmental support of private institutions that teach moral values.
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Effective Apology

Author : John Kador
ISBN : 9781576759011
Genre : Business & Economics
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The news is flooded with stories of people apologizing. But we don't need more apologies, says John Kador, we need better ones. Too many people just go through the motions. They completely miss tapping into the transformative power of apology to restore strained relationships, create possibilities for growth, and generate better outcomes for all. Arguing that apology is a sign of strength, not weakness Kador details what he calls the five R's of effective apology. And he uses over seventy examples of good and bad apologies, drawn from the news, popular culture, and how own experiences, to show how to make apology work in the real world: when and how to apologize, in what medium, and how to make it stick. Apology, Kador demonstrates, is a critical skill, one that can defuse resentment, free the heart from shame, create goodwill, reduce litigation, and transform a relationship ruptured by mistrust and disappointment into something stronger and more durable than it ever was before.
Category: Business & Economics

Mending Fences

Author : George R. Lipponer
ISBN : 1467833118
Genre : Fiction
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Mending Fences

Author : Nancy Weyer
ISBN : 1715813480
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Mending Fences is a 10 week study for repairing damaged or broken relationships from a biblical perspective. Each section offers Scriptural principles with practical application assignments that can be applied to any kind of relationship such as parent/child, husband/wife, siblings, friends, co-workers, etc. The workbook is suited for individual, couple or group studies.
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Straddling Fences And Mending Souls

Author : James Brown
ISBN : 9781105525957
Genre : Poetry
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Religous poetry and a thanks to all whom buy my books and God bless, hope you enjoy the read.
Category: Poetry

Mending Fences

Author : Angie Williams
ISBN : 1635557089
Genre : Fiction
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Rancher Bobbie Del Rey and veterinarian Grace Barrington are about to discover if heartbreaks of the past can ever truly be mended.
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Mending Fences The Deacon S Family Book 1

Author : Suzanne Woods Fisher
ISBN : 9781493416486
Genre : Fiction
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Every saint has a past. Every sinner has a future. Luke Schrock is a new and improved man after a stint in rehab, though everyone in Stoney Ridge only remembers the old Luke. They might have forgiven him, but nobody trusts him. Amos and Fern Lapp allow Luke to live at Windmill Farm under two conditions. First, Luke must make a sincere apology to each person he's hurt--a four-page, single-spaced list. Second, he must ask each victim of mischief to describe the damage he caused. Simple, Luke thinks. Offering apologies is easy. But discovering the lasting effects his careless actions have caused . . . that isn't so simple. It's gut-wrenching. And his list keeps growing. Izzy Miller, beautiful and frustratingly aloof, also boards at Windmill Farm. Luke's clumsy efforts to befriend Izzy only insult and annoy her. Eager to impress, Luke sets out to prove himself to her by locating her mother. When he does, her identity sends shock waves through Stoney Ridge. Bestselling and award-winning author Suzanne Woods Fisher returns to her beloved Stoney Ridge for this brand-new series featuring some of her readers' favorite characters.
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An Enlarged Nato

Author : United States
ISBN : STANFORD:36105050340483
Genre : Europe
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The Wealth Of Enterprises

Author : William T. Nolan
ISBN : 9781434346186
Genre : Business & Economics
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The purpose of this book is to give the reader a definition of the Enterprise and a framework or method to analyze, manage and govern the Enterprise. This book is written for managers, directors and all those responsible for the stewardship of a Corporate Enterprise. It is written for students of management, both theoretical and practical. It is written for anyone who wants to create an Enterprise, especially the individual Entrepreneur. It is written for regulators so that they will better understand what they regulate and the true impact of their regulation. And finally, it is written for every member of any form of Enterprise, from the smallest Enterprise unit of a family to the largest of corporate or national Enterprise.
Category: Business & Economics

Money Pitcher

Author : William C. Kashatus
ISBN : 0271028629
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Charles Albert Bender was one of baseball&’s most talented pitchers. By the end of his major league career in 1925, he had accrued 212 wins and more than 1,700 strikeouts, and in 1953, he became the first American Indian elected to baseball&’s Hall of Fame. But as a high-profile Chippewa Indian in a bigoted society, Bender knew firsthand the trauma of racism. In Money Pitcher: Chief Bender and the Tragedy of Indian Assimilation, William C. Kashatus offers the first biography of this compelling and complex figure. Bender&’s career in baseball began on the sandlots of Pennsylvania&’s Carlisle Indian Industrial School, where he distinguished himself as a hard-throwing pitcher. Soon, in 1903, Philadelphia Athletics manager Connie Mack signed Bender to his pitching staff, where he was a mainstay for more than a decade. Mack regarded Bender as his &“money pitcher&”&—the hurler he relied on whenever he needed a critical victory. But with success came suffering. Spectators jeered Bender on the field and taunted him with war whoops. Newspapers ridiculed him in their sports pages. His own teammates derisively referred to him as &“Chief,&” and Mack paid him less than half the salary of other star pitchers. This constant disrespect became a major factor in one of the most controversial episodes in the history of baseball: the alleged corruption of the 1914 World Series. Despite being heavily favored going into the Series against the Boston Braves, the A&’s lost four straight games. Kashatus offers compelling evidence that Bender intentionally compromised his performance in the Series as retribution for the poor treatment he suffered. Money Pitcher is not just another baseball book. It is a book about social justice and Native Americans&’ tragic pursuit of the white American Dream at the expense of their own identity. Having arrived in the major leagues only thirteen years after the Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890, Bender experienced the disastrous effects of governmental assimilation policies designed to quash indigenous Indian culture. Yet his remarkable athleticism and dignified behavior disproved popular notions of Native American inferiority and opened the door to the majors for more than 120 Indians who played baseball during the first half of the twentieth century.
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Mrs Mort S Madness

Author : Suzanne Falkiner
ISBN : 9781922057907
Genre : True Crime
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Four days before Christmas in 1920, Dorothy Mort shot her lover dead in cold blood. The tragic end to her affair with dashing young doctor, cricket star and War hero, Dr Claude Tozer, scandalised Sydney. Dorothy’s respectable husband was devastated. Following a trial that mesmerised the public and sent the media into a frenzy, the troubled North Shore mother of two and budding actress was declared ‘not guilty on the ground of insanity’. After nine years in Long Bay Gaol, Dorothy was released and returned to live quietly with her husband . . . But was she really mad, or bad, or neither? And what was the secret that her husband kept for the rest of his life? In an absorbing blend of investigative non-fiction and biography, Suzanne Falkiner delves into the case that has intrigued Sydney for almost 100 years. ‘Suzanne Falkiner’s Mrs Mort’s Madness is not a cricket book: it is a carefully assembled but highly readable account of a sensational crime. … Nearly a century after it transfixed Sydney, Suzanne has at last rounded the story out.’ – Gideon Haigh
Category: True Crime