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  • Long Awakening, Theby Lindsey O?Connor

    Baker Publishing Group 2013; US$ 17.99

    In this lyrical memoir, a journalist tells her compelling story of waking from a two-month coma after childbirth, then struggling to put together the pieces of the miracle she received--but missed. more...

  • American Saintby Joan Barthel; Maya Angelou

    St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 27.99

    In this riveting biography of Elizabeth Seton critically acclaimed and bestselling author Joan Barthel tells the mesmerizing story of a woman whose life featured wealth and poverty, passion and sorrow, love and loss. Elizabeth was born into a prominent New York City family in 1774. Her father was the chief health officer for the Port of New York... more...

  • No Place to Hideby W. Lee Warren

    Zondervan 2014; US$ 17.99

    No Place to Hide is a compelling war narrative by brain surgeon W. Lee Warren. He operated on soldiers, civilians, and terrorists alike under continual mortar bombardment at the largest theater hospital of the Iraq War, Joint Base Balad. This book is a richly detailed account of discovering meaning amid personal struggle and the carnage of combat. more...

  • Singing in a Strange Landby Nick Salvatore

    Little, Brown and Company 2007; US$ 34.75

    A prizewinning historian pens this biography of C.L. Franklin, the greatest African-American preacher of his generation, father of Aretha, and civil rights pioneer. more...

  • The Unlikely Discipleby Kevin Roose

    Grand Central Publishing 2009; US$ 27.23

    No drinking. No smoking. No cursing. No dancing. No R-rated movies. Kevin Roose wasn't used to rules like these. As a sophomore at Brown University , he spent his days drinking fair-trade coffee, singing in an a cappella group, and fitting right in with Brown's free-spirited, ultra-liberal student body. But when Roose leaves his Ivy... more...

  • My Land and My Peopleby The Dalai Lama

    Grand Central Publishing 2008; US$ 27.23

    Schooled behind ancient palace walls to become the leader of Tibet, the Dalai Lama has become a spiritual leader to the world and a leading civil rights advocate. My Land and My People tells the story of his life. more...

  • Cult Insanityby Irene Spencer

    Center Street 2009; US$ 42.27

    Life for Irene Spencer was a series of devastating disappointments and hardships. Irene's first book, Shattered Dreams , is the staggering chronicle of her struggle to provide for her children in abject poverty and feelings of abandonment each time her husband left to be with one of his other wives. Irene was raised to believe polygamy was the way... more...

  • Ir-rev-rendby Greg Surratt

    FaithWords 2011; US$ 27.23

    Ir-rev-rend (ir REV rund) noun 1. a pastor who is somewhat critical of what is generally accepted or respected 2. a pastor who is trying to make sense of life, love, the church and other confusing things from a slightly satirical point of view; an irreverent sense of humor. 3. a "normal" guy pursuing God Whatever you may think about the "typical"... more...

  • Singing in a Strange Landby Nick Salvatore

    Little, Brown and Company 2007; Not Available

    A prizewinning historian pens this biography of C.L. Franklin, the greatest African-American preacher of his generation, father of Aretha, and civil rights pioneer. more...

  • The Unlikely Discipleby Kevin Roose

    Grand Central Publishing 2009; Not Available

    No drinking. No smoking. No cursing. No dancing. No R-rated movies. Kevin Roose wasn't used to rules like these. As a sophomore at Brown University , he spent his days drinking fair-trade coffee, singing in an a cappella group, and fitting right in with Brown's free-spirited, ultra-liberal student body. But when Roose leaves his Ivy... more...