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New York, New York, U.S.A.: Sterling Pub Co Inc, 1989 Soft Cover. 3. Good 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. null., Sterling Pub Co Inc, 1989, New York: Bantam Books, 1972. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 116 pages; half-title torn out, bookstore and school stamps inside, hinge crease, cover wear; When the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in August 1945, killing 100,000 men, women and children, it was the beginning of a terrifying new episode in human history. Written only a year after the disaster, John Hersey brought the event vividly alive with this heart-rending account of six men and women who survived despite all the odds. He added a further chapter when, forty years later, he returned to Hiroshima to discover how the same six people had struggled to cope with catastrophe and with often crippling disease. The result is a devastating picture of the long-term effects of one very small bomb., Bantam Books, 1972, New York, NY: Ballantine Books. 1991. Trade paperback. Fine.. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 192 p. Audience: General/trade. . No previous owner's name ., Ballantine Books, 1991, New York: Avon Books, 2002. Reprint. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. xiv, 540 pp. Forty-sixth printing thus. The book is cocked. There is some stress creasing on the spine. The binding is tight and square, and the text is clean., Avon Books, 2002, New York: Harpercollins, 1996-05-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 229 pages; light edge wear to boards, corners bumped, some light soiling to jacket, small edge tears; forgotten past hides the key to the future. Meredith Stratton, at forty-four the owner of six elegant international inns, is about to celebrate her daughter's engagement. At this seemingly happy time in her life she begins to suffer from a strange illness that baffles everyone. Her doctor cannot find a physical cause for her debilitating symptoms, and, desperate for answers, she seeks the help of a psychiatrist. Through therapy Meredith peels back the layers of her life to discover the truth behind her most careful creation -- herself. Determined to get well, Meredith traces her roots back to another country where she learns about childhood experiences that dramatically changed her life. What she discovers is not only the key to the past but to her future happiness and fulfillment as a woman. Moving from the Connecticut countryside, the busy streets and suites of London, Paris and New York, to the pastoral beauty of a chateau in the Loire, Her Own Rules is an exciting and suspenseful novel about secrets, survival, redemption and love., Harpercollins, 1996-05-01, 117+[3 ad] with diagrams and index. Octavo (8 1/2" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. (Betts: 32-51) Second edition. Ranging from the pioneering days of Cook and Loyd to modern times, and arranged chronologically according to the dates of the their original publication, the volume not only contains outstanding compositions by such notable exponents of the problem art as Shinkman, Wurzburg, Bettmann, Dobbs and Gamage, but also includes brilliant examples of the skill of many lesser known composers, over forty problemists being represented in the collection. Condition: Wrappers slightly soiled else very good., Dover Publications, 1967, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Perigee Book, 1987 Soft Cover. 3. Good Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. null., Perigee Book, 1987, New York: Viking Books. Hardcover. 1996-05-01. 1st Edition. Very Good. Stated 1st ed. Clean and tight. No marking. Dust jacket in good shape. Mino r shelf wear. The author of Waiting to Exhale checks in again with a fresh, exuberant nov el. Stella Payne is a Superwoman who has everything--except a man to rock h er world, something she's convinced she can well do without. On a spur-of-t he-moment Jamaican vacation she meets Winston, a man half her age, and find s, to her dismay, that her world is indeed well and truly rocked. Stella so on realizes that she's come to a cataclysmic juncture in her life, one that forces new and difficult questions about her passions and expectations. From Publishers Weekly Her readers may be surprised that, after the gritty, tell-it-as-it-is Mama and Waiting to Exhale, McMillan has now written a fairy tale. Her "forty-fucking-two-year-old" heroine, divorcee Stella Payne, possesses a luxurious house and pool in northern California, a lucrative job as a security analyst, a BMW and a truck, a personal trainer and an adorable 11-year- old son-but no steady guy. On a whim, Stella decides to vacation in Jamaica, and she narrates the ensuing events in a revved-up voice, naked of punctuation, that alternates between high-voltage energy and erotic languor. Romance comes to Stella under tropical skies-but there's a problem. Gorgeous, seductive Winston, the chef-trainee with whom she enjoys passionate sex (explicitly detailed), is shockingly young: he's not quite 21. Naturally, Stella wonders if he really loves her; endless soul-searching and a few tepid complications occupy the remainder of the narrative. When Stella loses her job, it's no sweat; she has enough savings to main ., Viking Books, 1996-05-01, New York: HarperEntertainment, 1996. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 0061056871 spine crease; some edge wear; It came out of deep space, an alien ship one-fourth the size of our moon, protected by an impenetrable force field, destroying the earth's biggest cities with cold, methodical precision. One by one, they went down: New York, Tokyo, Los Angeles ... no one knew how to stop it, no one knew exactly what it was. The army was powerless, President Whitmore was stunned, and the people were beginning to panic. Enter a raging team of unsuspecting heroes who know survival isn't the main thing, it's the only thing. David Levinson, a cable man and gifted hacker who could tap into any computer system and stand it on its ear in minutes; Jasmine Dubrow, who's not only an exotic dancer, but a gutsy single mom who would kill an alien barefisted to save her young son; Russell Casse, a broken-down crop duster with a weakness for Jack Daniel's and hopeless causes, and Marine Captain Steven Hiller, a frustrated would-be astronaut who's got the right stuff and knows it. Although they don't know it, the fate of what's left of the world depends on them. It will take their combined grit, intelligence, and courage to survive, and to uncover a devastating UFO secret that has been hidden from the public for over forty years., HarperEntertainment, 1996, New York: Dell, 1989. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 438 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Through forty years--from Hollywood's golden days in World War II to the present--Faye Price would create first a career as a legendary actress, then a family, and finally she would realize her dream of becoming one of Hollywood's first woman directors. But nothing was more precious to Faye than her five children. In a changing world, a milieu where family values are constantly challenged from without and within, the Thayers would face the greatest challenges and harshest test a family can endure, to emerge stronger, bound forever by loyalty and love. It is only when Faye is gone that they can each assess how far they have come, and how important their family album is., Dell, 1989, New York: Penguin Group USA, 2000. First edition. Hardcover. As New/as new. 300 pp. White/blue paper hardcover, red lettering. Like new., Penguin Group USA, 2000, Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. New. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born in 1891, in an `untouchable` caste. He was a bright student in school and encouraged by his teachers. However he had to face insults from peers because of his social background. With persistence and help from some well- meaning people, he became the first matriculate from his community. He went on to study in University of Mumbai, Columbia University in New York and the London School of Economics obtaining multiple degrees including doctorates in political science and economics. He was also admitted to British Bar as a barrister. Back in India he worked as a professor and a lawyer. While pursuing his professional career he started several publications and organizations to fight caste discrimination. He secured affirmative action for untouchables in legislatures and campaigned to open educational institutions for them. After independence, Ambedkar lead the drafting of the Indian constitution as chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee. Ever concerned with social reform, he declared himself a protestant Hindu and engaged in studies of Buddhism. Finally he embraced Buddhism and converted thousands of his followers to the faith. Babasaheb Ambedkar died in 1956, mourned by thousands. Forty years later, he was posthumously awarded the highest civilian honor of Bharat Ratna (Jewel of India). Printed Pages: 32., Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008, New York, NY, U.S.A. : Delacorte Press, 1975 3. null null Hard Cover. Good/Fair. ISBN: 0 440 04837 0.., New York, NY, U.S.A. : Delacorte Press, 1975, New York: Pocket Books, 1999-04-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 373 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Regina Clausen is forty-three, successful in her career but insecure and unfulfilled in her personal life. Travelling alone on the luxury liner Gabrielle, she disembarks in Hong Kong saying she will rejoin the ship when it docks in Japan. She is never seen again. Three years later, an anonymous caller to psychologist Susan Chandler's radio show tells of a strange encounter with a man on a cruise ship, and his sinister gift of a ring engraved: 'You Belong To Me'. Susan thinks little of it at the time. But when Regina's mother appears at her office with a ring bearing the same inscription, found amongst her daughter's belongings, Susan begins to suspect that they are on the trail of something menacing and dangerous. As she looks deeper, Susan finds herself confronted with the horrifying possibility that she may know the killer, and that she may even be his next victim ., Pocket Books, 1999-04-01, New York: Dandelion Books, 1982. Good book with rubbing and edgewear to pictorial boards; no DJ. . Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Dandelion Books, 1982, New York: W. W. Norton, 1986 Hard Cover. 4. Very Good/Very Good null 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall 0-393-02266-8.., W. W. Norton, 1986, New York: Anchor Books (Doubleday), 1996. Later PB Printing of a 1995 Copyright. Very lightly rubbed, Near Fine Condition, in wraps. Octavo sized PB. "...an intimate glimpse into the African American middle class." The first novel in forty-seven years by the last surviving member of the Harlem Renaissance. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Anchor Books (Doubleday), 1996, New York: HarperEntertainment, 1998. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 0061059323 219 p. Beneath the tranquil surface of a North Texas town, the future of the human race awaits...After forty years, members of the Global conspiracy known only as The Project are finally nearing the completion of their plans. Only FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully have a glimpse of the nightmare that lies ahead for the rest of the world: an alien invasion fueled by the most devastating virus in human history. And only they know that the Truth isn't out there anymore--It's already here., HarperEntertainment, 1998, New York: Regan Books, 1998. Third printing. Hardcover. Good/good. 901 pages; edge wear to jacket and boards, spine cocked, corners bumped; Dominick Birdsey, a forty-year-old housepainter living in Three Rivers, Connecticut, finds his subdued life greatly disturbed when his identical twin brother Thomas, a paranoid schizophrenic, commits a shocking act of self-mutilation., Regan Books, 1998, Worldwide Library. As New. 2005. Paperback. The spine and both covers, next to the spine, are creased from reading. The pages are clean, no tears or soiling. The pages and binding are tight. ; A Michael Carpo Mystery; Vol. 3; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 252 pages; It's August in New York-the dog days-and Michael Carpo needs a getaway. Relief comes when his old friend, Jack Crawford, offers his home overlooking Lake Lillinonah in sleepy Bridgewater, Connecticut. But Carpo's plans for a restful vacation end the day he arrives, when he discovers Crawford's lifeless body sprawled in a pool of blood. Local authorities rule it suicide, and even Carpo can't explain away his friend's hideously slashed wrists. But for Carpo, suspecting the worst comes with his job-and he's beginning to suspect murder. The first clue comes from a mysterious young artist, Amanda Cutler, who tells Carpo that she saw a car pull into Jack's driveway shortly before his death. Then a local eccentric, Elizabeth Jessup, drops a stunning revelation: seven other Bridgewater residents have died tragically in the past three years. But it isn't until Jessup's own untimely drowning that Carpo learns the link between these deaths and a forty-year-old secret buried in the murky depths of Lake Lillinonah. Will combine shipping on more than one book. ., Worldwide Library, 2005, "The Bridges of Madison County. . .is the story of Robert Kincaid, a world-class photographer, and Francesca Johnson, an Iowa farm wife.  Kincaid, fifty-two, is a photographer for National Geographic.  A strange, almost mystical traveler of Asian deserts, distant rivers, and ancient cities, he is a man who feels out of harmony with his time.  Francesca Johnson, forty-five and once a young war bride from Italy, lives in the hills of south Iowa with flickering memories of her girlhood dreams.  Each of them is content, yet when Robert Kincaid drives through the heat and dust of an Iowa summer and turns into her farm lane looking for directions, their illusions fall away, and they are joined in an experience of uncommon and stunning beauty, an experience that will haunt them forever.As the photographer Kincaid uses light to reveal not objects, but rather his own kind of truth, what occurs by the old bridges of Madison County becomes a prism transforming the ordinary emotions we think we understand into something rare and brilliant.  The result is a passionate, deeply moving experience in lyrical prose, an achievement that puts Robert James Waller in the forefront of this country's new fiction writers.", Warner Books, Inc., 1992, New York: Avon Books, 1974. Reprint. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 508 pp. Forty-third printing. The cover edges are scuffed, and there is a stress crease on the spine. The binding is tight and square, and the text is clean., Avon Books, 1974, Harlequin Books, 1995, New York: Warner Books, 1987. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 465 pages; light spine creases, light edge wear; With the delicacy, compassion, and wisdom with which he has portrayed the passions and frustrations of boh the family and the clergy in today's society, Andrew Greeley now writes a powerful love story for and about adults- a love so enduring that it lasts through forty years' separation... so indomitable that it prevails over the forces of natural catastrophe and demonic possession. This is the story of Anne Reilly and Michael Casey, schoolchildren when they first tasted desire... an experience so overshelming that neither of them has ever forgotten it... so frightening that both of them have been running from it ever since. Now in her middle ears, Anne is a strikingly beautiful woman who suddenly discovers the full ripening of her intense sensuality... a woman for whom the Church has been the source both of her terrible anguish and the strength that holds her together., Warner Books, 1987, New York: Ballantine Books, 1992. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 034538136X small corner crease in front cover; Forty-one essays from across the political spectrum, plus Clarence Thomas's and Anita Hill's statements to the Senate Judiciary Committee and position papers from major black organizations., Ballantine Books, 1992, New York: Ballantine Books, 1997-09-28. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 431 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; The twin jet plane en route to Denver from Hong Kong is merely a green radar blip half an hour off the California coast when the call comes through to air traffic control: 'Socal Approach, this is TransPacific 545. We have an emergency.' The pilot requests priority clearance to land - then comes the bombshell - he needs Forty ambulances on the runway. But nothing prepares the rescue workers for the carnage they witness when they enter the plane. Ninety-four passengers are injured. Three dead. The interior cabin virtually destroyed. What happened on board Flight TPA 545?, Ballantine Books, 1997-09-28, Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1984, New York: Berkley, 1984-06-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 486 pages; covers scuffed, some edge wear; The destinies of three glamorous and privileged women--Marylin, her sister Roy, and Roy's best friend, Althea--intertwine from their years at Beverly Hills High School to their final tragedy, forty years later., Berkley, 1984-06-01, Harlequin Books, 1994, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 1985-02. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 740 pages; light edge wear; Language: Introductory Readings offers forty-four thematically arranged readings on crucial topics in linguistics. This new edition offers fourteen new selections and five commissioned selections have been specially updated. Substantial apparatus incudes part introductions, head- notes for each selection, and selected bibliographies and projects for each part. The book provides a broad overview for all students of linguistics and reflects recent ideas and developments in the field., Palgrave Macmillan, 1985-02, New York: HarperTorch, 1991-05-15. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 500 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Spanning forty years Family Pictures follows the conflict between husband and wife, over a beautiful autistic child. Randall is both angel and demon. His father, David, a coolly rational psychiatrist, wants him placed in an institution; his mother, Lainey, insists on keeping him at home. Yet it is not just David and Lainey who are struggling to come to terms with a difficult and unpredictable child; there are five other children in the family, each of them coping with the dramas and rifts surrounding them, each of them affected by Randall., HarperTorch, 1991-05-15, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Pocket Books, 1985. First Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Good Plus., Pocket Books, 1985, Harlequin Books, 1994, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Seal Press, 2000 Soft Cover. 4. Very Good. No Jacket 12mo-over 6?"-7?" tall. null., Seal Press, 2000, New York: Knopf. Hardcover. 1995-11-15. 1st Edition. Very Good. Stated 1st ed. Clean and tight. No markings, folds or creases. Minimal sign s of wear. Richard North Patterson frequently rejects the label "legal thriller" for h is novels, and The Final Judgement works hard to transcend this limiting ca tegory. A cleverly assembled murder mystery told with rich prose ("Moonligh t refracted on the still, obsidian waters of the lake and traced the pines and birches and elms surrounding it. The only sound Brett heard was the ris e and fall of James's breathing.") and filled with a cast of quirky small-t own New Englanders, the novel ultimately succeeds through Patterson's talen ts as a writer, not just as a plotter. As in many of Patterson's best novels, The Final Judgement draws on flashba ck sequences to ground the story and establish key characters. Forty-five-y ear-old Caroline Masters, a minor figure in Degree of Guilt and Eyes of a C hild is the narrative center, and much of the suspense in the novel derives from the slow unwrapping of her past--the death of her mother and estrange ment from her father. In the opening of the novel, Caroline is waiting for a message from the White House appointing her to the U.S. Court of Appeals, when, instead, her long-distant father gives her a call. Her niece has jus t been named the primary suspect in the murder of her boyfriend. The colleg e-age Brett Allen was found naked, passed out from drugs and alcohol, with a knife in her hand, and covered in her boyfriend's blood. The family wants Caroline to return to New Hampshire to defend the girl. The perils that face Caroline multiply quickly. By taking the case, Caroline clearly jeopardizes her chances for th ., Knopf, 1995-11-15, Touchstone. Paperback. GOOD. Gently used may contain ex-library markings, possibly has some light highlighting, textual notations, and or underlining. Text is still easily readable., Touchstone, New York: HarperEntertainment, 1996. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 280 pages; spine crease; some edge wear; It came out of deep space, an alien ship one-fourth the size of our moon, protected by an impenetrable force field, destroying the earth's biggest cities with cold, methodical precision. One by one, they went down: New York, Tokyo, Los Angeles ... no one knew how to stop it, no one knew exactly what it was. The army was powerless, President Whitmore was stunned, and the people were beginning to panic. Enter a raging team of unsuspecting heroes who know survival isn't the main thing, it's the only thing. David Levinson, a cable man and gifted hacker who could tap into any computer system and stand it on its ear in minutes; Jasmine Dubrow, who's not only an exotic dancer, but a gutsy single mom who would kill an alien barefisted to save her young son; Russell Casse, a broken-down crop duster with a weakness for Jack Daniel's and hopeless causes, and Marine Captain Steven Hiller, a frustrated would-be astronaut who's got the right stuff and knows it. Although they don't know it, the fate of what's left of the world depends on them. It will take their combined grit, intelligence, and courage to survive, and to uncover a devastating UFO secret that has been hidden from the public for over forty years., HarperEntertainment, 1996, New York: Dell, 1989. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 438 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Through forty years--from Hollywood's golden days in World War II to the present--Faye Price would create first a career as a legendary actress, then a family, and finally she would realize her dream of becoming one of Hollywood's first woman directors. But nothing was more precious to Faye than her five children. In a changing world, a milieu where family values are constantly challenged from without and within, the Thayers would face the greatest challenges and harshest test a family can endure, to emerge stronger, bound forever by loyalty and love. It is only when Faye is gone that they can each assess how far they have come, and how important their family album is., Dell, 1989, "Forty-eight-year-old Nantucketer Dabney Kimball Beech has always had a gift for matchmaking. Some call her ability mystical, while others--like her husband, a celebrated economist, and her daughter, who is clearly engaged to the wrong man--call it meddlesome, but there's no arguing with her results: with forty-two happy couples to her credit and all of them still together, Dabney has never been wrong about romance.Never, that is, except in the case of herself and Clendenin Hughes, the green-eyed boy who took her heart with him twenty-seven years ago when he left the island to pursue his dream of becoming a journalist. Now, after what feels like a lifetime, Clen is back on Nantucket, and Dabney has never felt so confused--or as alive.But when tragedy strikes, Dabney must face the choices she's made and share painful secrets with her family. Determined to make use of her gift before it's too late, she sets out to find perfect matches for those she loves most.", Back Bay Books/Little, Brown and Company Hachette Book Group, 2015, New York, NY: Times Business. 1996. Trade paperback. Fine.. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 528 p. Audience: General/trade. . No previous owner's name clean, tight, no bent pages ., Times Business, 1996, New York: HarperEntertainment, 1996. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 0061056871 spine crease; some edge wear; It came out of deep space, an alien ship one-fourth the size of our moon, protected by an impenetrable force field, destroying the earth's biggest cities with cold, methodical precision. One by one, they went down: New York, Tokyo, Los Angeles ... no one knew how to stop it, no one knew exactly what it was. The army was powerless, President Whitmore was stunned, and the people were beginning to panic. Enter a raging team of unsuspecting heroes who know survival isn't the main thing, it's the only thing. David Levinson, a cable man and gifted hacker who could tap into any computer system and stand it on its ear in minutes; Jasmine Dubrow, who's not only an exotic dancer, but a gutsy single mom who would kill an alien barefisted to save her young son; Russell Casse, a broken-down crop duster with a weakness for Jack Daniel's and hopeless causes, and Marine Captain Steven Hiller, a frustrated would-be astronaut who's got the right stuff and knows it. Although they don't know it, the fate of what's left of the world depends on them. It will take their combined grit, intelligence, and courage to survive, and to uncover a devastating UFO secret that has been hidden from the public for over forty years., HarperEntertainment, 1996, Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. New. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born in 1891, in an `untouchable` caste. He was a bright student in school and encouraged by his teachers. However he had to face insults from peers because of his social background. With persistence and help from some well- meaning people, he became the first matriculate from his community. He went on to study in University of Mumbai, Columbia University in New York and the London School of Economics obtaining multiple degrees including doctorates in political science and economics. He was also admitted to British Bar as a barrister. Back in India he worked as a professor and a lawyer. While pursuing his professional career he started several publications and organizations to fight caste discrimination. He secured affirmative action for untouchables in legislatures and campaigned to open educational institutions for them. After independence, Ambedkar lead the drafting of the Indian constitution as chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee. Ever concerned with social reform, he declared himself a protestant Hindu and engaged in studies of Buddhism. Finally he embraced Buddhism and converted thousands of his followers to the faith. Babasaheb Ambedkar died in 1956, mourned by thousands. Forty years later, he was posthumously awarded the highest civilian honor of Bharat Ratna (Jewel of India). Printed Pages: 32., Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008, New York: Bantam Books, 1986-10-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 405 pages; spine creasing, edge wear, previous owner's inscription on first page; Now, at a turning point in her life, comes her most revealing and exciting book yet. Outspoken, controversial, talented, and perceptive Shirley MacLaine now takes us on an intimate and fascinating personal odyssey. In 1984 she won an Oscar, starred on Broadway, wrote the best-selling "Out on a Limb" -- and turned fifty years old. At this special time, in this special year, she was now ready to resume the spiritual journey she had begun in her early forties. In "Dancing in the Light," Shirley MacLaine bares her innermost self and explores the lives, both past and present, which touched and affected her own. She sheds new light on her loves, her losses, her childhood, her passions, and her inner drives and ambitions. She asks poignant questions and finds surprising answers. She asks poignant questions and finds surprising answers. She challenges her beliefs and confronts her conflicts. Ultimately, she takes us with her through a life-altering experience that provides a stunning new vision of herself, her future... and the fate of our world., Bantam Books, 1986-10-01

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New York: Bantam Books, 1986-10-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 405 pages; spine creasing, edge wear, previous owner's inscription on first page; Now, at a turning point in her life, comes her most revealing and exciting book yet. Outspoken, controversial, talented, and perceptive Shirley MacLaine now takes us on an intimate and fascinating personal odyssey. In 1984 she won an Oscar, starred on Broadway, wrote the best-selling "Out on a Limb" -- and turned fifty years old. At this special time, in this special year, she was now ready to resume the spiritual journey she had begun in her early forties. In "Dancing in the Light," Shirley MacLaine bares her innermost self and explores the lives, both past and present, which touched and affected her own. She sheds new light on her loves, her losses, her childhood, her passions, and her inner drives and ambitions. She asks poignant questions and finds surprising answers. She asks poignant questions and finds surprising answers. She challenges her beliefs and confronts her conflicts. Ultimately, she takes us with her through a life-altering experience that provides a stunning new vision of herself, her future... and the fate of our world., Bantam Books, 1986-10-01

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Dancing in the Light
Author:

Shirley MacLaine

Title:

Dancing in the Light

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Now, at a turning point in her life, comes her  most revealing and exciting book yet. Outspoken,  controversial, talented, and perceptive Shirley  MacLaine now takes us on an intimate and fascinating  personal odyssey. In 1984 she won an Oscar, starred  on Broadway, wrote the best-selling Out on  a Limb -- and turned fifty years old. At  this special time, in this special year, she was  now ready to resume the spiritual journey she had  begun in her early forties. In Dancing in  the Light, Shirley MacLaine bares her  innermost self and explores the lives, both past and  present, which touched and affected her own. She  sheds new light on her loves, her losses, her  childhood, her passions, and her inner drives and  ambitions. She asks poignant questions and finds  surprising answers. She asks poignant questions and  finds surprising answers. She challenges her beliefs  and confronts her conflicts. Ultimately, she takes  us with her through a life-altering experience  that provides a stunning new vision of herself, her  future... and the fate of our world.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780553256970
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0553256971
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1986
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN/EAN: 0553256971

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-553-25697-1, 978-0-553-25697-0


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