books about: mcbride
The Boys of '67: Charlie Company's War in Vietnam (General Military)
When the 160 men of Charlie Company (4th Battalion/47th Infantry/9th ID) were drafted by the US Army in May 1966, they were part of the wave of conscription that would swell the American military to 80,000 combat troops in theater by the height of the war in 1968. In the spring of 1966, the war was still popular and the draftees of Charlie Company saw their service as a rite of passage. But by December 1967, when the company rotated home, only ...
The Art of Pirates of the Caribbean
The Art of Pirates of the Caribbean presents a definitive, exclusive look into the preparation and production of the successful movie trilogy. Overflowing with hundreds of full-color images, the book showcases concept drawings, set designs, and costume sketches, as well as the intricate props, set pieces, and even special effects that contribute so much to the Pirates mythology. Even the cover is visually arresting—imitating the ...
The Hell I Can't
McBride Enterprises, 2003
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The Way of the Shepherd: 7 Ancient Secrets to Managing Productive People
Find inspiration and a fresh perspective on the art of leadership in this account of a cub reporter who lands the interview of a lifetime and walks away with the keys to exceptional leadership. When the reporter meets with the most respected CEO in America, the businessman shares the seven secrets he learned long ago from his mentor---an eccentric but brilliant professor who taught him proven management principles that, while ancient in origin, ...
Frank Sinatra in a Blender
Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Nick Valentine has problems. He's a drunken ex-cop who lives in his shabby office, hangs out at strip clubs, and has only one real friend - Frank Sinatra. But he's one of the best private investigators in Saint Louis. So when an inept crew robs a credit union, only Valentine can figure out who made off with the millions - because sometimes solving a crime takes a hard guy who's not afraid to work outside the law. Valentine swerves through the ...
Song Yet Sung
A Rifleman Went To War
Herbert W. McBride
Martino Fine Books
2010 Reprint of 1935 edition. This classic work on sniping is considered the first and some say the most influential book in print about sniping and the art of being a military sniper on the battlefield. McBride's book was seminal in the development of U.S. military sniping doctrine in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and on to the present day. The U.S. Marine Corps Sniper School has made this book mandatory reading for its would-be snipers.
The Wild Rose Press, Inc. (Scarlet Rose)
He rode into town to buy supplies, not a woman. For hunted recluse Rafe McBride, the raven-haired beauty on the auction block is exactly what he doesn't need. A dependent woman will be another clue his vengeful stepbrother can use to find and kill him. But Rafe's conscience won't let him leave another innocent's virginity to the riff-raff bidding. He buys her, promising to return her to St. Louis untouched. He only prays the impending blizzard ...
The Black Widows
In Chappaqua, New York, two elderly widows who look like grandmothers with nothing more exciting on their daily agendas than mopping the kitchen floor, are not who they seem. Originally from Afghanistan and Palestine, the widows are hiding a secret of monumental proportions. From a back room in a small secondhand bookstore attached to their house, Mrs. Abramowitz and Mrs. Silverman control the Black Widows, a worldwide terrorist organization ...
The Seven Deadly Work Sins
Dr. George Abraham
Metaphoric and allegoric, The Seven Deadly Work Sins (Against the Golden Rule) by Dr. George Abraham is a goldmine of information on what it takes to succeed in the modern work environment. Wildly original, this provocative and daring self-help guide blends work ethics with business management. Vigilant and thorough, thirty benchmark case studies highlight what is wrong in the American corporate environment; the landscapes of such sins as ...
Life Minus 3 1/2
A true crime story that reads like a novel.
Satan's Boots Don't Creak
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
JD Banks, a highly respected defense attorney in Manchester, Pennsylvania, agrees to defend the case of a man accused of murdering his wife. Believing in the innocence of his client, despite the mounting evidence against him, Banks knows intuitively that the facts don’t add up, and that nothing is as it seems. Could the killer be the person who was having an affair with the victim while her husband was in prison? Did she know too much about ...
Little Town in the Ozarks (Little House the Rose Years (Prebound))
Roger Lea McBride
This story recounts the Wilders' journey to Missouri and their first years there. Rose and her family are forced to move to the town of Mansfield. Life in town is so different from living on Rocky Ridge Farm that Rose wonders if she will ever learn to like it.
Across the Winds of Time
The Wild Rose Press, 2011
While on a genealogical research journey through the Midwest, Molly Hamilton impulsively buys a 100-year-old Victorian house in the middle of a cornfield, and falls in love with the house’s owner...the original owner, that is. Can he be a ghost? The handsome, intriguing attorney certainly feels solid—and somehow her soul knows she has always loved him. Darius Ferguson has no idea how he has come to present-day Iowa. The last thing he knew, ...
The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict
Peter McBride & Jonathan Waterman
Supplying vital water to more than 30 million Americans living in the arid West, the Colorado River is one of the most diverted, dammed, and heavily litigated rivers in the world. In full-color, photo essay format, The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict, follows the river's epic 1,450-mile journey from its headwaters high in the Colorado Rockies to its dried-up delta touching the Sea of Cortez. With striking photography and authoritative ...
Gut and Psychology Syndrome and Internal Bliss GAPS Cookbook (2 Books)
Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride and GAPSdiet.com
Get 2 great books to start the GAPS diet - Gut and Psychology Syndrome and the Internal Bliss GAPS Cookbook. Finally, a cookbook for those on the GAPS diet!!! Featuring over 140 GAPS friendly recipes and meal ideas. Internal Bliss is a cookbook designed for individuals and families pursuing the difficult journey towards digestive healing. With the GAPS principles in mind, Internal Bliss provides recipes that will satisfy all palates. Gut and ...
Eighteen-year-old Glade Elliott stands among a group of men, gazing up at a daunting sight, a narrow pole, planted in the ground shooting straight up into the sky. The gruff superintendent in charge holds up a set of 'climbers' and a belt. 'Who's first?' he asks. After watching several men awkwardly attempt to climb the pole and struggle to get back down, Glade accepts the challenge. With youthful agility and swiftness, he gallops up to the top ...
Tying You Down (Riding Tall)
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Jo Burke hasn’t had it easy in life and that includes her history with men. She’s resigned herself to the fact that she really knows how to choose ’em. Not. So when Tate McBride comes around, she doesn’t trust her instincts for a minute because those same instincts have proven faulty time and again. He can’t be nearly as great a guy as he appears to be on the surface. Tate McBride enjoys being around the feisty redheaded but can’t ...
One Magical Sunday: (But Winning Isn't Everything)
Donald T. Phillips
For years Phil Mickelson symbolised the classic runner-up of sport. Always placing near the top of every tournament, always near the top of the earnings list but never winning one of the majors! Then finally, on one magical Sunday in 2004, his dream came true when he won the US Masters in Augusta, sinking an 18 foot putt on the last hole to beat Ernie Els by just one stroke. Mickelson's leap of celebration was seen around the world and millions ...
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