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|Publication Date||Edition||Physical Description||Language||Availability|
|2015||Unabridged.||9 audio discs (approximately [11.5 hrs]) : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in.||English|| |
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F G88 (CD-Book)
With the publication of her first novel, THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER, Carson McCullers, all of twenty-three, became a literary sensation. With its profound sense of moral isolation and its compassionate glimpses into its characters' inner lives, the novel is considered McCullers' finest work, an enduring masterpiece first published by Houghton Mifflin in 1940. At its center is the deaf-mute John Singer, who becomes the confidant for various types...
In this brilliantly written epic novel, Jeff Shaara traces the lives, passions, and careers of the great military leaders from the first gathering clouds of the Civil War. Here is Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, a hopelessly by-the-book military instructor and devout Christian who becomes the greatest commander...
The folks in Fairhaven find themselves, along with the rest of the country, reeling in the aftermath of the September eleventh attacks. In spite of the impact on their hearts, most summon the courage to carry on with their lives.
Bishop Jim Shepherd does his best to keep things on an even keel as he ministers to the varying needs of his ward members and tries to bring in from the fringes of Church activity a number of sheep who have wandered.
The bishop walked to his truck, his step a little less springy than it had been a few minutes before. "Somehow," he muttered, "that didn't go as well as I had hoped." He hit his steering wheel a resounding thump.
"Lord, help me to be patient," he prayed. "I'm not nearly as good at this as I thought I was."
Jim Shepherd is as surprised as anyone by the call to serve as bishop of the newly formed Fairhaven Ward. He's somehow pictured bishops...
19) Black like me
Writer John Howard Griffin decided to perform an experiment fifty years ago. In order to learn firsthand how one race could withstand the second class citizenship imposed on it by another, he dyed his white skin dark, left his family, and traveled to the South to live as a black man. What began as scientific research ended up changing his life in every way imaginable.
This is an eyewitness account of discrimination and segregation that is...
A nasty neighbor who is sponsoring what could be an ugly anti-Mormon rally is just one of the concerns weighing on Bishop Jim Shepherd's mind. In his fourth year of service as bishop of the tiny Fairhaven Ward, he's also dealing with the death of one of his most faithful members and a variety of martial and emotional problems—some humorous, some dire—among the members of his flock. But there is also the joy of his wife, Tricia's pregnancy...
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