books by Fawcett
The Great Escape (Crest book S436)
The Proud Breed
Celeste De Blasis
Learning to Sing: Hearing the Music in Your Life
“My mother prophesied years ago that my voice would take me places. She was certain that there was a reason I was able to sing. I am still discovering what that reason is, what it is that God wants to happen.” –CLAY AIKEN, from Learning to Sing When he was a kid singing in his church choir, Clay Aiken never dreamed of becoming a pop music star. His ambition was to be a teacher, maybe even a high school principal. But Clay’s mother ...
Fate is the Hunter
Ernest K. Gann
"This book is an episodic log of some of the more memorable of (the author's) nearly 10,000 hours aloft in peace and in war. It is also an attempt to define by example his belief in the phenomenon of luck-- that the pattern of anyone's fate is only partly contrived by the individual."--The New Yorker.
When the Air Hits Your Brain
Frank T. Vertosick Jr. M.D.
"This book should be read by every medical student, doctor and present or potential patient. In other words, by all of us." --Dr. Bernie Siegel, author of Love, Medicine and Miracles Rule One for the neurologist in residence: "You ain't never the same when the air hits your brain." In this fascinating book, Dr. Frank Vertosick brings that fact to life through intimate portraits of patients and unsparing yet gripping descriptions of brain ...
Captains and the Kings
A great surging novel about the amassing of a colossal fortune, the political power that comes with it, the operation of a curse laid on an Irish-American dynasty and the ruthless driving man who founded it. Joseph Francis Xavier Armagh was thirteen years old when he first saw America through a dirty porthole on the steerage deck of The Irish Queen. It was the early 1850's and he was a penniless immigrant, an orphan cast on a hostile shore to ...
A remarkable true story of heroism, courage, and faith
In God's Underground
"Terrific....From the wonderful opening paragraph to the end, Francis propels you forward at a nearly breathless pace." DETROIT FREE PRESS As Derek Franklin, an injured steeplechase jockey, nears the end of his career, his older brother, Greville, is killed, and he inherits all the confusion and danger that lay hidden in his brother's life. With peril everywhere, Derek's only hope is to identify the enemy. And he must call on all his stamina and ...
Green City in the Sun
“Tremendous … a reader-pleaser in every way … The people, places, and times that [Wood] evokes so movingly, so vividly, will haunt me long after I’ve put the book aside … Such a moving ending—and exactly right.” —Phyllis Whitney , New York Times best-selling author Acclaimed novelist Barbara Wood delivers a magnificent saga of two proud and powerful families—one British, one African—and their battle over Kenya’s ...
Million Dollar Habits
Robert J. Ringer
Bestselling author Robert J. Ringer has shattered the mold of tradition-bound ideas and designed a winning new philosophy to be used every day. Inside this get-tough-with-yourself guide, you'll find the simple but vital habits that can change your outlook and lead to big results--personally, professionally, and financially. Before you know it, you'll be turning negatives into positives--and turning your life around--without thinking twice!
The Twelfth Angel
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