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Tommy S Honour The Extraordinary Story Of Golf S Founding Father And Son

Author : Kevin Cook
ISBN : 9780007373086
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The definitive account of golf’s founding father and son, Old and Young Tom Morris. For the first time, the two will be portrayed as men of flesh and blood – heroic but also ambitious, loving but sometimes confused and angry. Two men from one household, with ambitions that made them devoted partners as well as ardent foes.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Power Of The Stones

Author : Andrew G. Clark
ISBN : 9780980369007
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Be The Pine Be The Ball

Author : Paul J. Zingg
ISBN : 9781984516886
Genre : Poetry
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Focusing on the landscapes and memory of golf and examining the games nature and appeal, this collection of seventy-two haiku poems and essays aims to lead readers to a fuller appreciation of the culture and history of golf and a deeper awareness of a players place in the game. Be the Pine, Be the Ball also reveals the compelling beauty and power of haiku, the most popular poetic form in the world. Through the brevity of its style, precise language, and ability to reveal how ordinary moments and elements of our lives are pathways to a better understanding of ourselves and the world around us, haiku can have both a meditative and consequential effect on the reader. A key to the connection between haiku and golf is that both foster powers of concentration and detailed observation with a related reduction of distractions. Both seek to cultivate a more tranquil and disciplined mind and to translate that condition into how a life is lived and a game is played.
Category: Poetry

Historical Dictionary Of Australian And New Zealand Cinema

Author : Karina Aveyard
ISBN : 9781538111277
Genre : Performing Arts
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This second edition of Historical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Cinema contains a chronology, an introduction, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 700 cross-referenced entries on leading films as well as many directors, writers, actors and producers.
Category: Performing Arts

My Pain Woke Me Up Bliss

Author : Jean Criss
ISBN : 9781477278826
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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MY PAIN WOKE ME UP BLISS is the first in a three-book series of a fictionalized account of true story, focused on survivorship. The ebook details the knockdown punches life throws Jean’s way, what it took to get back up off the mat, and how these difficult challenges resulted in a stronger, more courageous and confident individual. It is a story of inspiration, passion, perseverance, persistence and the promise to survive. Jean recounts her experiences from the blissful days with her first true love, to becoming a widow in her twenties, to finding love again and having the children of her dreams, to the heartbreak of a failing marriage and diagnosis of breast cancer. My Pain Woke Me Up– Bliss discusses the painful journey Jean experienced during her battle with breast cancer--from bilateral lumpectomy with radiation, to bilateral mastectomy with reconstructive surgery (four times), the onset of MRSA bacterial infection followed by a breast cellulitis infection, to her road to recovery and the pursuit of happiness. Her determination to help raise awareness and find a cure to end breast cancer forever grew stronger as her pain woke her up! JEAN CRISS With more than twenty-five years’ experience, JEAN CRISS is an entrepreneur in the digital media industry, recognized for her sales and marketing innovation. Before the launch of Jean Criss Media, LLC, Jean gained her high-tech and digital media expertise as a leader in the Midwest and Northeast markets for various technology and publishing companies. Her ability to develop strong relationships over the years yielded over $100 million in computer hardware, software, service, and media sales. Jean served on the Board of Trustees of the North Jersey Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® from 2008 – 2011, and she helped raise over $15 million for the Affi liate’s grant programs since 2007. During her term with Komen, Jean co-produced various PSA campaigns including Komen’s first Race for the Cure® PSA featuring Grammy-award winning artist, Gloria Gaynor, and former Fox 5 medical correspondent, Dr. Sapna Parikh. Net proceeds from My Pain Woke Me Up– - Bliss will benefit both Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and the Joe Torre Safe at Home® Foundation. Jean is the single mother of two teenagers and resides in northern New Jersey. Bliss was also designed and selfpublished by the author, Jean Criss. For book copies, interviews and other media inquiries, please contact Susan Belfer at 732-239-1559 or [email protected]
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Pursuit Of Honour

Author : Vince Flynn
ISBN : 9781847377937
Genre : Fiction
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Mitch Rapp is on the trail of the traitor within. Honour must be satisfied. In this latest action-packed addition to the Mitch Rapp saga, Flynn returns to the secretive world of fearless Americans who must risk their lives for their country's security, fighting a covert war that can never be discussed, even with their own political leaders. Look out for the new Vince Flynn novel, The Survivor, published in autumn 2015!
Category: Fiction

Blood Of Honour

Author : James Holland
ISBN : 9781407055848
Genre : Fiction
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Crete, May 1941. In the face of a German invasion, Sergeant Jack Tanner is embroiled in a deadly game of survival that will test his resolve more than ever before. Not only has he fallen out with his commander but he has mortally offended Alopex, a powerful local chieftain. As if that wasn't enough, Tanner and the rest of his battalion are caught in vicious close-quarter fighting against crack German paratroopers. Before long, they find themselves in bitter retreat to the mountainous interior where only one man can help them - Alopex. Although whether he will come to their rescue or not remains to be seen...
Category: Fiction

A German Tommy

Author : Ken Anderson
ISBN : 9781473834583
Genre : History
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It was a time of misguided loyalties. The First World War British Army, in a shameful act of patriotism, was withdrawing from the front line veterans who had a German name and posting them to a non-combatants regiment. At home, anti-German feeling was reaching fever pitch. However, one young man, the son of a German father, conspired to have the Army send him into battle. In doing so he became a hero.This is the story of the 'German Tommy', Walter Schwarz (alias Lieutenant Walter Lancelot Merritt, Military Cross and Bar, bearer of the king's pardon), told in full for the first time after years of research in Australia and Britain. It reveals why and how others helped the young man from Queensland an Australian Army deserter survive in an atmosphere that was poisonous at home and in battle for those of German blood who were, nevertheless, like Schwarz, loyal to king and country. Ken Anderson has gone behind the accepted facts to claim how official documents were altered and members of a secret society lied and swore false testimony to help Schwarz, acting on their oath to help a fellow member in distress.The book offers an insight into the way in which people of German origin were treated in Australia and Britain during the First World War, as well as how Freemasonry at its peak at that time helped men of humble background improve their status in life.It is a story of bravery and deception, unique in the history of war. As featured in Discover Your History and Essence magazines.
Category: History

Tommy Mcinally

Author : David Potter
ISBN : 9781845025786
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Celtic legend Tommy McInally was a loveable rogue, a firm favourite with fans and an acknowledged football genius. Brilliant with the ball at his feet and with a natural flair few could match, it was his flaws off the pitch that would cut short one of football's most dazzling careers. When Tommy McInally joined Celtic as a 19-year-old, he was immediately hailed as the new 'boy wonder'. He was an instant success and lit up Celtic Park for a few unforgettable seasons. He also went on to play for the national side and was Scotland's number one sports personality in the 1920s. Until it all started to go wrong. Tommy McInally - Celtic's Bad Bhoy? charts the remarkable rise and fall of football's Peter Pan, the one-time darling of the Celtic Park terraces whose appetite for partying and mischief-making would lead eventually to his downfall. But, despite his fall from grace, the name of Tommy McInally will remain forever in the pantheon of Celtic greats. After all, none other than Celtic's legendary manager Willie Maley called Tommy McInally 'the greatest Celt of them all.'
Category: Sports & Recreation