What The Heart Remembers Most

Author: M Ullrich
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For college sweethearts Jax Levine and Gretchen Mills could an accident be the second chance neither knew they wanted?

What The Heart Remembers

Author: Debra Ginsberg
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0451237005
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Convinced that the heart she received in a transplant holds the memories of its former owner, Eden Harrison leaves for San Deigo where she meets Darcy, a young widow whose musician boyfriend has mysteriously disappeared in this new novel from the author of The Grift. Original.

The Heart Remembers Home

Author: Marilyn Smith
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1300385367
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The Heart Remembers

Author: Al Lacy
Editor: Multnomah
ISBN: 0307563847
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This final book in the Frontier Doctor trilogy continues the story of Dane and Tharyn Logan, husband and wife medical team serving a mining community west of Denver. While caring for the physical ailments of the residents of this frontier town, the Logans also minister to their spiritual needs. And Dane has the joy of leading a Ute Indian chief and his family to faith in Christ. Dane’s biggest challenge comes, however, when the stagecoach he’s riding crashes down a ravine. Dane survives, but loses his memory. Who is he? Does he have a family somewhere? And will his trust in God help him find his way back home?THE FRONTIER DOCTOR TRILOGY Countless perils menaced the settlers of the vast wilderness, and one of the most severe was the scarcity of medical care. Risking his own life by day or by night, in all kinds of weather, the frontier doctor was a rare, unsung hero of the West. Strong Heart, Able Hands Dr. Dane Logan and his wife, Tharyn, are happily settled in Central City and considering the right time to start a family. Their medical practice in the little mining town keeps them busy with everything from new babies and appendicitis to gunshot wounds and a rancher gored by a bull. It’s almost more than one doctor can keep up with. Then when the stagecoach he’s riding in crashes down a ravine, Dane awakens with a head injury—and no idea who he is. Will his trust in God help him find his way back home? Story Behind the Book Of all the perils confronting the settlers of the Wild West, serious illness, injuries from mishaps of countless number, and wounds from battles with Indians and outlaws were the most dreaded. The lack of proper medical care resulted in thousands of deaths. It is our desire that the reader will be deeply impressed with the courage of those frontier doctors who helped settle the West. We think you’ll find this final book in this trilogy filled with our faith—gained from so many years of serving the Lord and trusting His written Word.

The Book Of Celebrated Poems Containing Forty Three Of The Most Popular Poems In The English Language Unabridged Illustrated By Upwards Of Eighty Engravings Etc

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When The Heart Remembers

Author: Eva Zumwalt
Editor: Doubleday Books
ISBN: 9780385192309
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In the dazzling mountains of New Mexico, Sarah Wingate, recovering from a broken engagement, finds a chance for new love

The Heart Remembers

Author: Jayson L. Woodward
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The Heart Remembers chronicles a widow's journey as she comes to terms with her husband's untimely death. Beginning with the first signs of illness, and continuing through the unexpected events that led to her husband's death, Jayson shares the process of grief and provides insight into the emotions, actions, and thoughts one might experience in a similar circumstance. Both heartbreaking and uplifting, this narrative of a spouse's death is one that many have already experienced, and many more will experience. It presents a candid and personal exposure to a situation that is impossible to prepare for, yet lends the information that may alleviate some of the pain and loneliness inherent in such an occurrence. This memoir offers a glimpse into one woman's efforts to turn tragedy into enlightenment, confusion into understanding, and shows that hope exists in all things...even death.

The Adventures Of Philip On His Way Through The World

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
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Thackeray S Works

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
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The Collected Works Of Dr P M Latham V 1 1876

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Annals Of The American Pulpit Presbyterian 1859

Author: William Buell Sprague
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Cause At Heart A Former Communist Remembers

Author: Junius Irving Scales
Editor: Plunkett Lake Press
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Born in 1920 in Greensboro, North Carolina, Junius Scales, whose great-uncle had been governor of the state, grew up in the privileged environment of his family’s estate. The only black people he knew were the servants. Wanting to improve the lot of workers, mainly African-American, he joined the Communist Party in 1939 while at the University of North Carolina, seeing in the Party an opportunity to right the wrongs done to blacks and poor working people. Scales rose quickly within the Party to coordinate civil rights and labor organizing activities in several Southern states. He went underground when Party leaders were trailed and harassed by federal authorities. In 1954, FBI agents arrested Scales in Memphis for violation of the Smith Act of 1940. The only American convicted solely for being a member of the Communist Party, Scales would serve 15 months in prison before his 6-year sentence was commuted by President Kennedy in 1962. Cause at Heart follows Scales from his privileged southern upbringing through the awakening of his social conscience, his civil- and labor-rights work for the Party across the South, his arrest and trials, his disillusionment with the Party, and his time in prison. In a new afterword, Barbara Scales, who was 10 years old when her father went to prison, recounts what it was like to be Junius Scales’ daughter. “It is the calm, even voice of Junius Scales we hear in Cause at Heart... this moving and memorable document... It is the voice of a decent, idealistic man who spent 18 years of his life in the Communist Party... And we don’t hear a false note: he is telling us the truth, as he reveals his illusions and delusions, his weaknesses and his strengths, his passionate belief in his party and the Soviet Union, and all the nagging doubts as well. He spares us nothing... Cause at Heart is an intelligent, rock honest... memoir, an interesting document that helps to explain in no small measure the tragic attraction the strange and hydra-headed American Communist Party held for the many decent human beings who passed through its revolving doors.” — William Herrick, The New York Times “Scales’s political life... is beautifully described in this well written book. His scenes of prison life alone — where he won respect from his fellow inmates and jailers alike — make remarkable reading.” — Monthly Review “Compelling reading, especially the discussions of Scales’s arrest, trials, and prison experience, interwoven, as they are, with his reevaluation of the Party.” — Journal of American History “An important and often moving account of the Communist Party’s role in labor organizing and civil rights activities in the South during the 1940s... [Scales’] memoir succeeds in capturing the hope and enthusiastic dedication that motivated him and many of his compatriots... the story of one individual’s unending quest on behalf of human decency and justice.” — Patricia Sullivan, Southern Changes “An engrossing saga.” — Michal R. Belknap, The Georgia Historical Quarterly “A book of unique perception and value. It is must reading for anyone interested in the era of Joseph McCarthy.” — Choice

The Adventures Of Philip On His Way Through The World

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
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Current Opinion

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Get Well Stay Well

Author: Barry Gordon
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A doctor prescribes tips for creating a personalized and satisfying relationship between patient and doctor by asking questions, developing knowledge of the body and of medical procedures, and choosing the right physician

No Name

Author: Wilkie Collins
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The Mothers Of Scripture Showing Their Influence On Their Sons

Author: Robert Philip
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