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  • What God Can Doby Deborah Mathis

    Atria Books 2005; US$ 16.95

    A compelling and eloquent meditation chronicling the experiences of real-life individuals as they face everyday trials and tragedies, recognizing that their lives have been touched by the divine. Growing up as the daughter of a Baptist minister, Deborah Mathis has always known the graceful presence of God. Even when times were tough, when she wavered... more...

  • Sole Sistersby Deborah Mathis

    Agate Publishing 2007; US$ 9.99

    The news is not good for black women when it comes to finding a partner. Where not long ago there were roughly two married women to every single woman, those numbers have gradually reversed over the past few decades--now, more than 60 percent of black women have either never married or are divorced. These numbers are far greater than those of any other... more...

  • Yet a Strangerby Deborah Mathis

    Grand Central Publishing 2009; US$ 10.99

    In a provocative examination of the state of race relations today, Deborah Mathis provides personal and sociological perspective on what it feels like for African Americans who continue to be segregated spiritually and emotionally from the rest of the country. Mathis airs mutual fears and suppositions and shines a spotlight on how far we still have... more...

  • What God Can Doby Deborah Mathis

    Atria Books 2005; Not Available

    A compelling and eloquent meditation chronicling the experiences of real-life individuals as they face everyday trials and tragedies, recognizing that their lives have been touched by the divine. Growing up as the daughter of a Baptist minister, Deborah Mathis has always known the graceful presence of God. Even when times were tough, when she wavered... more...

  • What God Can Doby Deborah Mathis

    Atria Books 2005; Not Available

    A compelling and eloquent meditation chronicling the experiences of real-life individuals as they face everyday trials and tragedies, recognizing that their lives have been touched by the divine. Growing up as the daughter of a Baptist minister, Deborah Mathis has always known the graceful presence of God. Even when times were tough, when she wavered... more...

  • Efficiency Instead of Justice?by Klaus Mathis; Deborah Shannon

    Springer 2009; US$ 169.00

    Employs the concepts and reasoning methods of modern economic theory so as to gain a deeper understanding of legal problems. This book states that it is the role of the law to encourage market competition and, where the market fails because transaction costs are too high, to simulate the result of competitive markets. more...

  • Unlucky Numberby Deborah Mathis; Gregory Todd Smith

    Penguin Group US 2015; US$ 9.99

    Poor man. Rich man. Dead man. It sounded like a fairy tale: A homeless man named Abraham Shakespeare spent his last dollars on a Florida State lottery ticket?and miraculously won $31 million. Unprepared for his newfound fortune, Abraham hired Dorice ?Dee Dee? Moore to help manage his winnings and field the numerous requests for loans and assistance... more...

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