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Book: Over My Head by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
Over My Head chronicles a mutual journey toward overcoming obstacles in order to gain as much normalcy as possible. Erik, an achondroplasic dwarf deals with surgeries, body braces, extended hospital stays and the burden of having to learn to walk again after paralysis. His parents begin a learning process in how to raise their special child. Their breathtaking hurdles proved to be no match for [...]
 
Book: Marrying Mallory by Diane Craver
Is Mallory Harrington jinxed because her name means luckless? Things have gone wrong for Mallory since she was a small child. All she ever wanted was to have a complete family and live happily ever after. It appears she has it all when she marries Toby Harrington and they have a son. Unfortunately, their marriage ends when Toby has an affair with his law partner. Divorced Mallory doesn't want to [...]
 
Book: BLOPE by Sean Benham
Son of Satan and Grandson of the Messiah, Billy Lopez was born with a sordid lineage, an ancestry that has been veiled since birth. Now, he's a wanted man, forced into a harrowing world of extreme plastic surgery, black market pornography and organized religion gone horribly awry. BLOPE is the classic 'Coming of Age' story turned on its ear and shoved to the ground.
 
Book: Dream Point by Steve Atkins
Dr. Thomas Stephens has a debilitating condition of his hand. Ronald Reagan had it; Margaret Thatcher had it; but, more importantly, Dr. Stephens' father had it and it contributed to his untimely and horrible death. Tom's love for his father drives him to find a cure. A tribe in the Amazon jungles of Peru has found that cure and Dr. Stephens is intent on locating the tribe. The cure comes with a [...]
 
Book: The Swiss Connection by J. D. Mallinson
The author, seen here visiting Lucerne, Switzerland, is an award-winning writer who in 2000 moved permanently from northern England to New Hampshire with his wife Catharine, a native of Oklahoma whom he met at Zurich. A graduate of London University and an accomplished linguist, he uses his experiences teaching and traveling in Europe as authentic settings for his successful series of mystery [...]
 
Book: The Gold Scalpel by Daniel DuBour
The Gold Scalpel is a story about a medical center that rewards it's surgeons with an award called the gold scalpel. The award goes to the surgeon who has performed the most surgeries in one year. In my story, the award is given to the main character. The owner of the medical center and CEO takes a liking to this particular surgeon and allows him special favors as well as promoting him to the [...]
 
Book: Beauty and the Scalpel by Peter Ralph
When young, New York plastic surgeon Jack Donahue's reputation is destroyed, he changes his name and makes a fresh start in Sydney. Blessed with unique surgical skills and driven by greed and lust, it's not long before Donahue is a multimillionaire but he wants more - much, much more. Handsome, narcissistic and cruel, when Donahue sees the opportunity to become super-wealthy, he seizes it. Will [...]
 
Book: Mismatch by James Clayton Rogers
During Canada's Crisis of 1970, Pierre Laporte, a member of Pierre Trudeau's cabinet, has been found murdered in Montreal. At the same time, using the chaos caused in the French-speaking community by the imposition of martial law, a federal officer tries to dupe the FLQ terrorists out of their war chest. But he confronts an unanticipated adversary--a "human monster". The story moves to Virginia, [...]
 
Book: The Recipient by Dean Mayes
Casey Schillinge is a vivacious young woman on the verge of making her mark on the world. While backpacking, she is struck down by a tropical disease and suffers cardiac failure. But at the eleventh hour, Casey receives a life-saving heart transplant and a rare second chance to begin again. Three years later, Casey has become a withdrawn shell of her former self: she is estranged from her loved [...]
 
Book: This Time Forever by Linda Swift
*Special SALE* ~ celebrating the release of "Clarissa's War", an independent film based on this novel. ~ Civil War Romance ~ In a nation ravaged by war, lives change for all time... An antebellum mansion is transformed into a Confederate hospital when the Union Army invades Tennessee. Clarissa Wakefield remains in her home against propriety to help nurse the wounded. Philip Burke, a prisoner of [...]
 
Book: Perhaps You Misheard My Prayer - A cancer detour on the path with God by Vicky S Kaseorg
We don't always get to choose the path we walk in life. I sure would not have chosen cancer to celebrate my 60th year, but God had other plans. Sure I trusted God to lead me but through the valley of the shadow of death? Wasn't there a different route? I expected the despair of cancer, but what took me by surprise was the laughter and even joy in the midst of it. While I would not have minded [...]
 
Book: Dissecting Humour by Nic Andela & Janine Boddy
"Dissecting Humour" is a collection of amusing, toe curling and, at times, horrifying urban legends and anecdotes from thoseinthemedicalprofession. Frombushclinicsindeepest Africa to the National Health Hospitals in England, the reader is treated to eye-opening accounts of what really goes on behind-the-scenes: inventive use of drugs, mischievous med students and lost tempers are just some of the [...]
 
Book: The Summer Called Angel - A story of hope on the journey through prematurity by Sola Olu
"My journey to motherhood began with a siren flashing, horn-blaring ride to the emergency room of a hospital. Within a day, everything I had imagined for the birth of my child changed." In June of 2004, graduate student Sola Olu was expecting. She was primed to receive a hard-won graduate degree from DePaul University. And, she was entering the third trimester of pregnancy with her first child. [...]
 
Book: I'm Not Goin' There! A Gutsy Girlfriend Guide for Boomer Women Who Don't Want to Spend Their Golden Years Cuddling With Their Cats by Barbara Morris, ...
As teenagers, boomers declared, "We'll never get old." Now, as they approach retirement and old age is beckoning them to join "Club Decline," boomers have changed their mantra to a defiant "We're not goin' there" - without knowing what it really takes to avoid "goin' there". Barbara Morris, author of "I'm Not Goin' There! - A Gutsy Girlfriend Guide for Boomers Who Don't Want to Spend Their Golden [...]
 
Book: A Brain Tumour's Travel Tale by Claire Bullimore
In 2008 I was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour when I was 25.. I keep a diary that I have now turned into this book. It is not always easy for a person from the outside to see what is really happening to someone affected by a traumatic experience as such as this. The book shows my true emotions and hardships of a brain tumour, surgery, recovery and then the scars inside and out. There is love, [...]
 
Book: The Orthodontic Cure - How Orthodontics can Restore you to Optimal Health, Stop Bed Wetting, Cure Migraines and Save Lives by Dr. Sheila Birth
Orthodontics can change your life! Orthodontics provides key pieces of the puzzle for total body health. What? Isn't orthodontics just braces and straight teeth? Actually Orthodontics is much more than straight teeth. Orthodontics is the only profession, medical or dental, that can change skeletal structure without surgery. Orthodontists can expand the upper palate and move the lower jaw forward [...]
 
Book: The Skinvestigator - Tramp Stamp (The Sunshine State Trilogy) by Terry Cronin
The sign in front of Harry's office read "The Poe Skin Cancer Center"; It should have said "Here Comes Trouble!" Dermatologist and family man, Doctor Harry Poe, is dragged into a murder investigation and finds himself hip-deep in the unexpected world of illicit cosmetic surgery, tattoos, and flesh. "The Skinvestigator is for page-turner mystery fans." - Midwest Book Review - "It got under my [...]
 
Book: Rock Crazy by Rochelle Weber
Katie McGowan is bi-polar, and she's run the gamut of medications, but nothing works anymore. Everyone says her she should have a microchip implanted in her brain that can regulate her mood swings. But Katie doesn't want to be a robot. In a tough love move, her husband, Scott takes her to the Moon and dumps her. Katie's stuck on that God-forsaken "rock" and thinks she's space sick. But she's [...]
 
Book: Darkest Day (What She Knew Trilogy, Book 2) by T.L. Burns
On the tragic day of John F. Kennedy's assassination, the nation is stunned. JFK was a president who stood for radical change; his charisma carried him through the masses with never before seen devotion. JFK's presidency was riddled with strife from the Cuban Missile Crisis, to the Cold War and finally to the Vietnam conflict. Nothing was easy for him. On that dark day in Nov of '63, JFK isn't on [...]
 
Book: Three Days In Heaven by Mark Anthony Waters
Three Days in Heaven is a religions fiction about Tony Stanford, a private practice lawyer, who works for Saint Grenadine Hospital; which is pretty handy for a heart patient! After an apparent heart attack, he finds himself not of this world, but on a heavenly golf course while his body remains behind. Unprepared to believe that he is dead, his wife and Tony's best friend, the hospital [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Teenage Hermaphrodite by Lianne Simon
F rom the heart of an intersex teen, one who must ultimately choose male or female--family or true love--comes the story of a deeply emotional and perilous journey home. This is a young adult novel unlike any other--an authentic portrayal of the issues faced by a child growing up with a sexually ambiguous body. J ameson can be like other boys after minor surgery and a few years on testosterone [...]
 
Book: Three Black Boys - Tomorrow After Supper by Zangba Thomson
Three Black Boys: Tomorrow After Supper is an urban-fiction novel by Zangba Thomson that is intense as it is pointed and dark. This vivid, savvy, and altogether street-smart debut marks a bold new voice in literary fiction. The setting is South-side Jamaica, a neighborhood in Queens, New York, and home to Babita Harris, an Indian immigrant plagued with the deadly black fever disease. With a [...]
 
Book: The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club by Duncan Whitehead
Little is what it seems to be in a leafy Savannah neighborhood as members of an afternoon cocktail and dog walking club mourn a neighbor's death. Jealousies surface when friends vie for the widower running for mayor. An old woman with an infamous uncle plots to avenge a wrong. Memories haunt a once successful children's writer. And a model has won the trip of a lifetime. But a killer lurks and [...]
 
Book: Lost in Manhattan by Emma Carlyle
One by one members of the Montgomery family have died in tragic accidents. Sarah Montgomery, the last surviving member of the aeronautics dynasty, suffers amnesia and extensive injuries that leave her unrecognizable when she's hit by a cab. Industrialist Trent Caldwell already harbors guilt over the death of his wife and now feels responsible for Sarah's injuries. After her surgery, he brings her [...]
 
Book: It's Me Again, Lord by Jack Teeter
It's me again, Lord is inspirational fiction. Joel Reed, a Nashville singer/songwriter has a hit album on his hands. The title song: It's me again, Lord went instantly to the top of the Christian Country charts. But there's a problem. That song, and five others on the album, were written and arranged by a disabled former school teacher/coach living 350 miles away in the tiny burg of Brighton, [...]
 
Book: Again, Alabama by Susan Sands
Cammie Laroux is back in Alabama again. Dragged back to her small town to help her mother recover from surgery while rescuing the family event planning business should be a cinch. Even for a disgraced television chef, right? Wrong. Among the many secrets Cammie's family's been hiding is the fact that their historic home is falling down. Oh, and the man hired to restore the house, Grey Harrison, [...]
 
Book: God Was Holding My Hand - Michael Arterberry's Story by Rachel Arterberry
Did you ever have the feeling that God was with you, sitting beside you, and walking with you? For Michael Arterberry, experiencing God's presence is a daily occurrence and one that has brought him through some of life's toughest moments. Inspiring and motivational, God Was Holding My Hand shares Michael's journey of coming to know the Lord. From his tumultuous childhood with a distant, [...]
 
Book: Tiger Eyes - Can a woman change her stripes? by B.L. Wilson
B.L.'s seventh novel, Tiger Eyes, can a woman change her stripes?, explores the contentious relationship between a famous doctor, Bedford Riddle, and his estranged police sergeant daughter, Elaine. Sergeant Elaine Riddle becomes the victim of a holiday DWI. Luckily, Dr. Sandra Moxely, an ER trauma surgeon, witnesses the fatal car crash. She provides medical assistance at the scene and then [...]
 
Book: I am Cancer Free by Brenda Mohammed
Award winner I am Cancer Free - A Memoir, is a touching and emotional true story of a woman's battle with Ovarian Cancer. The killer disease threatened her life and financial well- being. Her strong faith in God saw her through all the trials she had to undergo. Have you ever been touched by cancer or know someone who has? Has a doctor. ever told you she could do nothing more for you? Do you know [...]
 
Book: The Poppy Project - How Fiji's Most Famous Dog Got Saved! by Fiona Ingram
This moving animal rescue book is a must for all animal lovers. Poppy is Fiji's most famous dog and her amazing journey has helped to highlight the desperate plight of animals in Fiji. Poppy arrived at the Animals Fiji Clinic with a brutal facial injury in March 2012. It appeared she had been struck by a cane knife, amputating 50% of her muzzle. With a dreadful open wound, she had been left to [...]
 
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