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Living a Life That Counts: The Keys to Making a Difference in Your World - Cheatham, Melvin; Mark Cutshall
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Crosstraining Publishing. PAPERBACK. 1929478690 Good Condition. Five star seller - Buy with confidence! . Good., Crosstraining Publishing, Insight for Living. PAPERBACK. 1579723616 Book is in very good condition. . Very Good., Insight for Living, New York: The Viking Press, 1966. First - First edition. Hardcover. Good/good. 435 pp. some edge wear, corners bumped. DJ is not price clipped but has some edge wear and a vertical tear near the spine; Set at the turn of the twentieth century, this novel uses the ingredients of an international spy thriller for thoughtful probing into timeless human motives. The forward suggests that the story was suggested by actual events - slightly transposed in time and place. The story is told through a half-English girl of eighteen, Laura Rowen, whose father is an M. P. and whose grandafther, Count Nikolai, is an exiled Russian aristocrat living in Paris. Dame Rebecca has brought her characters to life, not only in their speech but in loving detail of the period., The Viking Press, 1966, New York: The Viking Press, 1966. First - First edition. Hardcover. Good/good. 435 pp. some edge wear, corners bumped. DJ is price clipped and has some edge wear; Set at the turn of the twentieth century, this novel uses the ingredients of an international spy thriller for thoughtful probing into timeless human motives. The forward suggests that the story was suggested by actual events - slightly transposed in time and place. The story is told through a half-English girl of eighteen, Laura Rowen, whose father is an M. P. and whose grandafther, Count Nikolai, is an exiled Russian aristocrat living in Paris. Dame Rebecca has brought her characters to life, not only in their speech but in loving detail of the period., The Viking Press, 1966, New York: Putnam's Sons, 2007-06-12. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 310 pages; edge wear to boards, corners bumped, some uneven sunning to boards; In Coulters newest FBI thriller, agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock help unlock two mysteries as they push deep into a complex world of psychics and poseurs. As the stakes and the body count rise, they fight for answers--and their lives., Putnam's Sons, 2007-06-12, Random House, 1998-02-24. Hardcover. Like New. 067945733X Stated First Edition. Fine in Fine dust jacket.Editorial Reviews Amazon Review Randall Hunsacker, the protagonist of Tom McNeal's first novel, Goodnight, Nebraska, is only 17, but already he has two strikes against him: his father's death when Randall was thirteen led to a succession of "stepfathers" moving through his life and the last one, Lenny, Randall has shot. The shooting, a suicide attempt, and a stint in juvenile hall is what brings Randall to the small town of Goodnight, Nebraska--a place where he hopes to start over. He gets a job, earns a place on the high school football team and even starts dating one of the cheerleaders; things are looking up for Randall. But in a town like Goodnight--Hicksburg, to Randall, or ShitdeVille--what goes up must eventually come down. And so it is for Randall--he gets injured during a football game and his girlfriend, thinking he's dead, announces they are engaged, and before he knows it, he is married, living in a trailer, facing a life that seems to have dead-ended before it even got started. Appearances can be deceiving, however. To Randall and his wife, Marcy, Goodnight seems like the last place on earth; he never imagined himself coming here, she never stopped dreaming about getting out. Much of McNeal's novel has to do with the gradual disintegration of Randall and Marcy's marriage; at the same time it limns a warm portrait of a middle-American town that may not be very exciting to live in, but one where people know they can count on each other in a pinch. It takes Marcy leaving--and Randall going after her--to finally teach them both that there's really no place like Goodnight. From Publishers Weekly The downward life trajectory of a youth from a blue-collar family who is unmoored by his father's death and the discovery of his mother's and sister's promiscuity is at the heart of this impressive but flawed first novel. After an impulsive act of violence in the book's opening chapters (which contain the narrative's most assured writing), Utah high-school football star and budding mechanic Randall Hunsacker avoids reform school by agreeing to resettle in Goodnight, Nebraska, a tiny community that McNeal evokes with some fine insights into small-town life. There, after first alienating the townspeople and confirming his role of outsider, Randall becomes, in a stroke of bizarre good fortune, a minor hero and soon marries the town belle, Marcy Lockhardt. Randall's subsequent behavior, though arising from his wounded and distrustful nature, is less than credible, as he again sabotages his chances. The biggest problem here is that Randall's eventual redemption is too schematic. In fact, there are too many instances in which a events are determined more by contrivances than by credible characterization. McNeal often explains (rather than shows) his characters' traits with portentous solemnity and adds such explanatory statements as "in other words," and other clumsy parenthetical asides. These awkward devices, and McNeal's attempt to broaden the narrative by interweaving the lives of many members of the Goodnight community, result in a lack of focus. Yet McNeal is a talented writer, and there are enough affecting characters and moving scenes in this novel to bode well for his future books. 30,000 first printing. Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.Shipped promptly in a padded envelope or cardboard box., Random House, 1998-02-24, New York: The Viking Press, 1966. Hardcover. Good. 435 pp. some edge wear, corners bumped, some staining to front board and spine. Set at the turn of the twentieth century, this novel uses the ingredients of an international spy thriller for thoughtful probing into timeless human motives. The forward suggests that the story was suggested by actual events - slightly transposed in time and place. The story is told through a half-English girl of eighteen, Laura Rowen, whose father is an M. P. and whose grandafther, Count Nikolai, is an exiled Russian aristocrat living in Paris. Dame Rebecca has brought her characters to life, not only in their speech but in loving detail of the period., The Viking Press, 1966, New York: HarperCollins, 2000-02-02. Hardcover. Good. Kupperman, Michael. light edge wear to boards and jacket; ex-library with usual markings; Catastrophes and misfortune continue to plague the Baudelaire orphans after they're sent to live with fearful Aunt Josephine who offers little protection against Count Olaf's treachery., HarperCollins, 2000-02-02, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2004-07-08. Hardcover. Like New. 0399152288 When wealthy octogenarian Nord Lafferty hires Kinsey Millhone to help his newly paroled daughter find her way back to the straight and narrow after doing time for embezzlement, the Santa Teresa P.I. has no idea what she's getting into. Reba Lafferty's ex-boss, land developer Alan Beckwith, is the man who sent her to prison--so how come she's meeting him just hours after her release, and treating Kinsey to an X-rated reunion scene played out in his parked Mercedes? And why is he also playing sex games with Reba's formerly best friend, who still works for him? A visit from an old friend from the FBI clears up the mystery--Beckwith is suspected of running a money-laundering game, and they need Reba to make their case by rolling over on him. It?s not until Millhone presents Reba with photographic evidence of Beckwith's two-timing that she agrees to do what the Feds want... but she'll only do it her way, which could get a lot of people killed. Grafton fleshes out this well-crafted thriller with a romantic subplot involving a romantic triangle that features Kinsey's elderly landlord Henry, his brother, and a vivacious widow who can't seem to choose between them. It doesn't add much to the plot, but the fans of this evergreen series (who must be wondering what will happen to Millhone when Grafton gets to the end of the alphabet) probably won't mind a bit. --Jane Adams From Publishers Weekly Bestseller Grafton offers more of the same-old same-old in her less-than-inspired 18th Kinsey Millhone novel (after 2002's Q Is for Quarry). In this sexy adventure, the spunky hard-boiled detective has to escort the newly paroled Reba Lafferty, privileged ne'er-do-well, to her stately home, keeping her on the straight and narrow. Reba challenges the PI with her barely concealed hankerings for the now off-limits booze, gambling and charming Alan Beckwith, married real estate developer and former employer for whom Reba took a two-year barbwire vacation courtesy of the California Institution for Women. Lust is in the air as studly, stylish cop Cheney Phillips enters in his red Mercedes, fanning the flames with Kinsey, when Beckwith's activities catch the eye of the feds. Kinsey lends a supportive ear to her beloved 87-year-old landlord, smitten by a 70-year-old neighbor. Kinsey and Reba team up to get the goods on Beckwith, but reckless Reba has vengeful ideas of her own and more than once lands their collective fat in the fire. If the chemistry between Cheney and Kinsey seems forced at times, Grafton as usual creates believable and enduring characters and a strong sense of place in her town of Santa Teresa circa 1987. And that should be more than enough for most fans. Copyright ? Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. From School Library Journal Adult/High School?Kinsey has been hired by a wealthy father to befriend his daughter upon her release from prison after serving a sentence for embezzling funds from her boyfriend/employer. It sounds easy, but the detective learns quickly that Reba's boss is still involved in a complex money-laundering scheme and is wanted by many federal law-enforcement agencies who want Reba to help them get evidence against him. Eventually she does, but there are problems leading to the exciting climax when the sleuth herself is kidnapped. Kinsey is young enough to appeal to teens; her lighthearted personality and witty asides amuse and entertain. Fans of this series will be pleased that she has a new boyfriend, but may be frustrated because her elderly landlord's family interferes.?Claudia Moore, W. T. Woodson High School, Fairfax, VA Copyright ? Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. From AudioFile In the latest Kinsey Millhone mystery, Kinsey is hired by an aged, wealthy man to retrieve his daughter from prison, where she has served time for embezzlement. Kinsey quickly figures out that the girl isn't an embezzler but instead has done time for her money-laundering boss. All heck breaks loose. Judy Kaye has a warm, rich voice that seems just right for Grafton's P.I. Her delivery mirrors the smart-aleck tenor of much of Kinsey's dialogue. Strangely though, when Kaye is interpreting a male character (and there are many), she raises her voice to a higher register, so that many of the men sound like adolescents with changing voices, or worse, like chipmunks. It may be Kaye's subtle social comment, though. For once the listener adapts, this odd gender reversal seems natural. R.E.K. ? AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine-- Copyright ? AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Booklist "R" could be for "rocking chair" in the latest Kinsey Millhone, which doesn't so much imitate the action of a bullet bouncing off bone as offer a leisurely treatise on thwarted love. This is not an especially fast-moving Grafton. That won't bother the series' many fans, however, as there is plenty devoted to exploring the character of Millhone herself, still living in a converted garage, still driving her VW, still (improbably) without any female friends, but here with a nicely charged return to an impossible affair. There is far too much ink spent on describing such matters as Kinsey making popcorn or jogging or chatting endlessly with her landlord. Even these unnecessary asides are somewhat compensated for by Kinsey's acerbic wit and wry self-reflections. The action itself revolves around Kinsey's assignment to escort and watch over a bad-girl heiress, just released from jail. The heiress is soon back in trouble, back in the arms of the guy she went to prison for, and back under investigation. The local cops want Kinsey to spy on the jailbird with whom she's developing a friendship; the feds get in on the act, too. Maybe the most interesting bits of this sleepy novel are the heiress' descriptions of prison life; they are far too detailed to be believable as normal conversation but intriguing nonetheless. An uneven, lackadaisical Grafton, but plenty of Millhone for the sleuth's devotees. Connie Fletcher Copyright ? American Library Association. All rights reserved Romantic Times, July 2004 Grafton has done her usual superlative job with one of mystery fans' favorite females. Welcome back, Kinsey! People, August 9, 2004 [Grafton's] dialogue is deliciously zingy and Reba is a marvelous character... Book Description Reba Lafferty was a daughter of privilege. Abandoned by her rebellious mother when she was an infant, she was the only child of a rich man already in his mid-fifties when she was born, and her adoring father thoroughly spoiled her. Now, at thirty-two, having had many scrapes with the law, she is about to be released on probation from the California Institution for Women, having served twenty-two months of a four-year sentence for embezzlement. Though Nord Lafferty could deny his daughter nothing, he wasn't there for her when she was brought up on this charge. Now he wants to be sure she stays straight, stays at home and away from the drugs, the booze, the gamblers. It seems a straightforward assignment for Kinsey: babysit Reba until she settles in, make sure she follows all the niceties of her parole. Maybe a week's work. Nothing untoward-the woman seems remorseful and friendly. And the money is good. But life is never that simple, and Reba is out of prison less than twenty- four hours when one of her old crowd comes circling round. R is for Ricochet. And R is for romance: love gone right, love gone wrong, and matters somewhere in between. Excerpt. ? Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. 1 The basic question is this: given human nature, are any of us really capable of change? The mistakes other people make are usually patently obvious. Our own are tougher to recognize. In most cases, our path through life reflects a fundamental truth about who we are now and who we've been since birth. We're optimists or pessimists, joyful or depressed, gullible or cynical, inclined to seek adventure or to avoid all risks. Therapy might strengthen our assets or offset our liabilities, but in the main we do what we do because we've always done it that way, even when the outcome is bad...perhaps especially when the outcome is bad. This is a story about romance-love gone right, love gone wrong, and matters somewhere in between. I left downtown Santa Teresa that day at 1:15 and headed for Montebello, a short ten miles south. The weather report had promised highs in the seventies. Morning cloudiness had given way to sunshine, a welcomed respite from the overcast that typically mars our June and July. I'd eaten lunch at my desk, feasting on an olive-and-pimiento-cheese sandwich on wheat bread, cut in quarters, my third-favorite sandwich in the whole wide world. So what was the problem? I had none. Life was great. In committing the matter to paper, I can see now what should have been apparent from the first, but events seemed to unfold at such a routine pace that I was caught, metaphorically speaking, asleep at the wheel. I'm a private detective, female, age thirty-seven, working in the small Southern California town of Santa Teresa. My jobs are varied, not always lucrative, but sufficient to keep me housed and fed and ahead of my bills. I do employee background checks. I track down missing persons or locate heirs entitled to monies in the settlement of an estate. On occasion, I investigate claims involving arson, fraud, or wrongful death. In my personal life, I've been married and divorced twice, and subsequent relationships have usually come to grief. The older I get, the less I seem to understand men, and because of that I tend to shy away from them. Granted, I have no sex life to speak of, but at least I'm not plagued by unwanted pregnancies or sexually transmitted diseases. I've learned the hard way that love and work are a questionable mix. I was driving on a stretch of highway once known as the Montebello Parkway, built in 1927 as the result of a fund-raising campaign that made possible the creation of frontage roads and landscaped center dividers still in evidence today. Because billboards and commercial structures along the roadway were banned at the same time, that section of the 101 is still attractive, except when it's jammed with rush-hour traffic. Montebello itself underwent a similar transformation in 1948, when the Montebello Protective and Improvement Association successfully petitioned to eliminate sidewalks, concrete curbs, advertising signs, and anything else that might disrupt the rural atmosphere. Montebello is known for its two-hundred-some-odd luxury estates, many of them built by men who'd amassed their fortunes selling common household goods, salt and flour being two. I was on my way to meet Nord Lafferty, an elderly gentleman, whose photograph appeared at intervals in the society column of the Santa Teresa Dispatch. This was usually occasioned by his making yet another sizable contribution to some charitable foundation. Two buildings at UCST had been named for him, as had a wing of Santa Teresa Hospital and a special collection of rare books he'd donated to the public library. He'd called me two days before and indicated he had "a modest undertaking" he wanted to discuss. I was curious how he'd come by my name and even more curious about the job itself. I've been a private investigator in Santa Teresa for the past ten years, but my office is small and, as a rule, I'm ignored by the wealthy, who seem to prefer doing business through their attorneys in New York, Chicago, or L.A. I took the St. Isadore off-ramp and turned north toward the foothills that ran between Montebello and the Los Padres National Forest. At one time, this area boasted grand old resort hotels, citrus and avocado ranches, olive groves, a country store, and the Montebello train depot, which serviced the Southern Pacific Railroad. I'm forever reading up on local history, trying to imagine the region as it was 125 years ago. Land was selling then for seventy-five cents an acre. Montebello is still bucolic, but much of the charm has been bulldozed away. What's been erected instead-the condominiums, housing developments, and the big flashy starter castles of the nouveau riche-is poor compensation for what was lost or destroyed. I turned right on West Glen and drove along the winding two-lane road as far as Bella Sera Place. Bella Sera is lined with olive and pepper trees, the narrow blacktop climbing gradually to a mesa that affords a sweeping view of the coast. The pungent scent of the ocean faded with my ascent, replaced by the smell of sage and the bay laurel trees. The hillsides were thick with yarrow, wild mustard, and California poppies. The afternoon sun had baked the boulders to a golden turn, and a warm chuffing wind was beginning to stir the dry grasses. The road wound upward through an alley of live oaks that terminated at the entrance to the Lafferty estate. The property was surrounded by a stone wall that was eight feet high and posted with No Trespassing signs. I slowed to an idle when I reached the wide iron gates. I leaned out and pushed the call button on a mounted keypad. Belatedly I spotted a camera mounted atop one of two stone pillars, its hollow eye fixed on me. I must have passed inspection because the gates swung open at a measured pace. I shifted gears and sailed through, following the brick-paved drive for another quarter of a mile. Through a picket fence of pines, I caught glimpses of a gray stone house. When the whole of the residence finally swept into view, I let out a breath. Something of the past remained after all. Four towering eucalyptus trees laid a dappled shade on the grass, and a breeze pushed a series of cloud-shaped shadows across the red tile roof. The two-story house, with matching one-story wings topped with stone balustrades at each end, dominated my visual field. A series of four arches shielded the entrance and provided a covered porch on which wicker furniture had been arranged. I counted twelve windows on the second floor, separated by paired eave brackets, largely decorative, that appeared to support the roof. I pulled onto a parking pad sufficient to accommodate ten cars and left my pale blue VW hunched, cartoonlike, between a sleek Lincoln Continental on one side and a full-size Mercedes on the other. I didn't bother to lock up, operating on the assumption that the electronic surveillance system was watching over both me and my vehicle as I crossed to the front walk. The lawns were wide and well tended, and the q, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2004-07-08, A Premier Book / Fawcett Publica, 1958. Paperback. Good., A Premier Book / Fawcett Publica, 1958, Broadman Press, 1984-06-23. Paperback. Good. Cover rubbed. Pages yellowing. Stains to textblock. No marks found in text., Broadman Press, 1984-06-23, Forge, NY, 1997, Romantic horror when actress's life is complicated by... Octavo, hardcover, fine in near fine black pictorial dj. Romantic horror when actress's life is complicated by an enigmatic European count, Ivo von Cragga. There had always been whispers and warnings among the peasants and the townsmen about the one who lived in the wooded hills, an ageless being who supped on the blood of her people, which nourishment linked her unbreakably to this ancient soil. They had always spoken of her with fear and with warding-off signs given them by their priests; but the spoke of her with a kind of pride also. Ah, he thought, she is real. "And I know you, Karl Ivo Maria von Cragga, " she said, in tones richly thoughtful and insinuating. His nape prickled, but he listened, breathless and spellbound. "I can smell your blood, " she murmured, "so rich with the courage and pride of your line. Warrior of many battles, you must know that you are wounded to death. " "Then drink from me, " he said, dragging himself up on his elbows in a surge of desperate energy. --253 pp.. Good/Good., Forge, NY, 1997, Romantic horror when actress's life is complicated by..., Los Angeles, California, USA.: Pinnacle Books., 1980. 151 pages. "The small boy exchanging a sack of gold dust for tequila looked like a real easy target for the two bounty hunters. But then, they didn't count on Steele stepping in. Fulfilling his promise to a dying man proves to be a treacherous challenge for Steele. He must escort a scrappy twelve-year-old on the road through Mexico to California, fighting for their lives at every turn. But the Virginian has never said no to danger, and he's not about to start now, no matter what the odds." >>> Store stamp on inside front cover & penwriting on first page. Creases to covers; . First American Softcover Edition. Soft Cover. Good. Illus. by Fred Love Painted Cover.. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback.., Pinnacle Books., 1980, Thomas Nelson Inc, 1995-10-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Light shelf wear. 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Melissa Grey ran her life by the clock. Time was quite literally her business. But from the moment Bart Freeman walked through the door of Time Was, she lost track of everything, because how could the sun do anything but rise and set in time with such a gorgeous man?Bart himself had never cared much for keeping track of time, but for Melissa he would make any sacrifice. One day he was a rover, the next he was a man in love, and counting the hours until he could next be in her arms., Thomas Nelson Inc. Hardcover. 0785277242 Unbeatable customer service, and we usually ship the same or next day. Over one million satisfied customers! . Good. 1995-10-01. 0., Thomas Nelson Inc, 1995-10-01

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Living a Life That Counts: The Keys to Making a Difference in Your World

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Details of the book - Living a Life That Counts: The Keys to Making a Difference in Your World


EAN (ISBN-13): 9780785277248
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0785277242
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1995
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

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ISBN/EAN: 0785277242

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-7852-7724-2, 978-0-7852-7724-8


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