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What's In Your Genes? Human Threads Linking Genetics and Genealogy by Charlene H. Grafton
I was inspired to begin writing this book as I lay on my hospital bed believing I may not be able to finish my memoir. That is what gave me the determination to finish my story of Looking for the Good Life and Other Stories of Survival (Book 1) and lo and behold I lived through that episode but found there was more to my story and I began( Book 2) What's In Your Genes?: Human Threads Linking Genetics and Genealogy. The [...]
 
Seizing the Treasure - Nuggets of Vaughn-Kilpatrick Story by Marjorie Eldred
Two Buttes, Colorado Eighteen-year-old Marion Kilpatrick watches Dr. William Verity as he makes his way around town. She sees him through the schoolhouse window as he leaves on his rounds. She hears people talk of the near-miraculous results of some of his surgeries. She wants to be like him in his abilities to help people. She wants to become a doctor. The year is 1930, an early Dust Bowl year, a year when such a dream [...]
 
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Digital Photo Restoration - What to Do and How to Do It by Deborah Collin
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Every Step of the Way by Kit Domino
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