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Description : TITLE: THE DARKNESS OF 10,000 STARS AUTHOR: JOHN J. ENSMINGER, PhD. “Meet Arthur Banks, a wise gentleman, nearly 80, retired Navy chaplain, who has been a friend to George Farmer and his sons all his life.” “However, after George passed away, Arthur experienced a long absence from the Farmer family, and he is stunned, when, suddenly, he receives a phone call from Nick Farmer, George’s youngest son, and his godson.” “Although Nick has called primarily to say hello to his old friend, he’s expressed to Arthur that he’s having a serious health problem, and that he, his wife and children now reside up on the coast highway in a small town called Sinnerville. Nick is coming down to ‘Frisco for some tests the following week and he may be able to stop and see Arthur.” “Although Arthur was gladly anticipating Nick’s visit, nothing ever came of it. Therefore, Arthur telephones Nick to plan a trip to Sinnerville to meet his family and visit Nick about his illness." “Arthur makes the 5 1⁄2 trip to Sinnerville and learns that everything appears to be fine with Nick and his family. Nick’s problem seems to stem from something terrible going on at the Post Office, where he works, but Arthur feels sure things will all settle down and work out. He promises his constant support and prayers, whatever happens.” “However, a few days later, while Arthur has been home, he receives another sudden call, this time from Nick’s wife, Darlene, whom he has just met. She wants Arthur to return ASAP, as Nick is reportedly acting suicidal.” “With tremendous concern, Arthur advises Darlene to remove all the weapons from the property, if she can do so safely.. and he promises to return as soon as he can work out his travel plans.” “When he does return to Sinnerville, Nick’s health had visibly declined; he is in a dark, confused mood. Nick attempts to explain what’s been going on at work, but it all seems quite unbelievable. However, Darlene agrees that it is exactly as her husband has said. Therefore, Arthur plans to look into the matter on their behalf, if they’ll allow it.” **** “This is a story of friendship, hope and courage, as Nick and Darlene’s fates unravel before our eyes. Arthur learns something about evil from the small town of Sinnerville and its people; but in spite of them, he carries on to act courageously, to try to help, and later, to try to locate and rescue, his lifelong friend, and his family. You may wish you had a friend like Arthur Banks, who is persistent to the end. You may wish you had his courage and his grit,in difficult times."
Description : A comprehensive collection of powerful phrases to help you face a variety of life’s challenges. Travelers to foreign countries often carry handy phrase books to help them navigate uncharted territory. Now there’s a guide for getting through tough times in plain English–an essential selection of well-honed phrases to help you soothe and smooth your way through any prickly situation. Divided into three sections–Magic Words to say to yourself, to others, and for universal situations–this invaluable guide contains the verbal keys to the kingdom. Protect yourself in the midst of a tongue-lashing (“Are you actually yelling at me?”); politely remind an obnoxious cell-phone abuser to be courteous (“Don’t forget, you’re not in a phone booth”); or chant this mantra when things seem to be slipping over the edge (“If you want to gain control, you have to give up control”). Life is full of little, and big, stumbling blocks. Whether you’re dealing with an over-inflated ego, meddling in-laws, or even creating the problems yourself, this sharp little handbook has all the Magic Words you need to get through the toughest of times.
Description : A struggling young rock musician and his motley crew of friends start up their own grassroots political party to make a bold run for congress. Although initially designed as a clever CD marketing gimmick, their fiery theatrics and catchy "kill the baby boomers" songs inadvertently ignite a national youth revolution that sets the country ablaze, culminating in a Million Youth March to Washington DC that has frightening results. Intriguing, provacative and downright scary, this prophetic tale about America's future youth revolution will exhilirate younger readers and terrify older ones. Definitely not a book for the faint or old at heart. Visit Cousin Sam for more!
Description : In the 1940s and ’50s Spade Cooley, the King of Western Swing, played to sellout crowds at the Santa Monica Ballroom. He charmed audiences with his fine fiddling, self-deprecating manner, and bounce-all-over-the-stage exuberance. Adapting his ballroom show for live television, The Spade Cooley Show, began broadcasting in 1948 and made Cooley the top local television entertainer for several years. He married one of his band singers, Ella Mae Evans. Their fifteen-year marriage was plagued with Cooley’s drunk and jealous rage and ended with Cooley beating his wife to death. The front-page trial ended with Cooley’s conviction.
Description : "You never know where we'll end up. There's so much possibility in life, you know?" Hallie said. Sean Norwhalt can read between the lines. He knows Hallie's just dumped him. He was a perfectly good summer boyfriend, but now she's off to college, and he's still got another year to go. Her pep talk about futures and "possibilities" isn't exactly comforting. Sean's pretty sure he's seen his future and its "possibilities," and they all look DISPOSABLE. Like the crappy rental his family moved into when his dad left. Like all the unwanted filthy old clothes he stuffs into the rag baler at his thrift-store job. Like everything good he's ever known. The only hopeful possibilities in Sean's life are the Marine Corps, where no one expected he'd go, and Neecie Albertson, whom he never expected to care about. Carrie Mesrobian follows her critically acclaimed debut, Sex & Violence, with another powerful and wrenching portrait of a teenage boy on the precipice of the new American future.