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Scholastic Book of World Records
1 Scholastic Book of World Records
Scholastics Reference 2000 0439219620 / 9780439219624 Paperback New 
Whether kids need to know the lowest recorded temperature, the oldest living thing, the birthplace of the most U.S. presidents, or the longest space mission, they'll find the answers in the SCHOLASTIC BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS. Retail 9.95 Our Price 2.95 
Price: 2.95 USD
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Courageous, Alcorn, Randy
2 Alcorn, Randy Courageous
Tyndale 2011 1414358466 / 9781414358468 Paper BAck New 
As law enforcement officers, Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, and their partners willingly stand up to the worst the world can offer. yet at the end of the day, they face a challenge that none of them are truly prepared to tackle: fatherhood. While they consistently give their best to the job, good enough seems to be all they can muster as dads. But they're quickly discovering that their standard I missing the mark. They know that God desires to turn the hearts of fathers to their children, but their children are beginning to drift farther and farther way from them. Will they be able to find a way to serve and protect those who are most dear to them? When tragedy hits home, these men are left wrestling with their hopes, their fears, their faith, and their fathering. Can a newfound urgency help these dads draw closet to God...and to their children? 
Price: 14.99 USD
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Gertrude Lawrence as Mrs. O., Aldrich, Richard Stoddard
3 Aldrich, Richard Stoddard Gertrude Lawrence as Mrs. O.
Greystone Press 1954 Hardcover Good - clean copy and pics. dust cover with much wear to it. 
Here is the intimate true story of a magnificent romance of our time - the love and marriage of two vivid, fascinating personalities: cockney-born Gertrude Lawrence, adored star of the English and American theatre, and Richard Aldrich, proper New Englander and distinguished theatrical producer. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Who Killed Society, Amory
4 Amory Who Killed Society
New York Harper & Brothers, Publishers 1960 Hard Cover Good - All pages and binding in good condition and clean No dust jacket 
THE WARFARE OF CELEBRITY WITH ARISTICRACY IN AMERICA, FROM THE "FIRST FAMILIES" TO THE "FOUR HUNDRED" TO "PUBLI-CIETY." 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Rescue!, Arnold, Elliott
5 Arnold, Elliott Rescue!
New York Bantam Books 1958 Bantam Ed. Paper Back Good - page discoloration due to aging process. Book is in in tacked with out stray markings 
Imagine yourself shipwrecked, clinging to a spar in the vast Pacific Ocean. Lost without food or water in the Arabian desert. Trapped on the sheer, rocky face of a mountain. A soldier, wounded behind enemy lines in Korea. Suddenly, miraculously, your rescuers appear out of the sky. The "Whirly Bird" pilots, the flying-boar crews, the skilled parachute medics of the Air Rescue Service are here to save you. All over the world, at the daily and routine risk of their lives, these highly trained, daring, dedicated men fly their missions of mercy, to save the lives of any man, woman, or child - or any race, creed or nationality - on land or sea, in typhoons and earthquakes, in war or peace .... 
Price: 3.50 USD
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Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story, Baker, Carlos
6 Baker, Carlos Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story
Bantam 1970 Paperback Acceptable - All pages present a coupleof pic pages are loose.text pages are clean of marks and tanned on edges due to age and light 
His life ad his fiction were so closely entwined that the man and the legend merged in the mind of the public. His story spans six decades: from a happy boyhood in a suburb of Chicago, to worldwide fame as a literary genius and heroic activist, and to the tragic last years of his life. drawing on Hemingway's own diaries, letters and unpublished works, and the personal testimony of many who knew him, Carlos Baker separates the man from the myth. 
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COPS - their lives in their own words, Baker, Mark
7 Baker, Mark COPS - their lives in their own words
New York Pocket Books 1986 0671685511 / 9780671685515 First pocket books printing May 1986 Paper Back Good - "John C. Taylor feb 97" written inside cover 
What they can't say o television, what they won't write I novels, cops have now told Mark Baker. From idealistic rookie to the burnt-out veteran, here are the unforgettable voices of over 100 police men and women across the country...cops who shoot and are shot at, who pick up the pieces of shattered bodies and shattered lives, who face the danger, the fear and the depravity ... who live every day in the frightening, hard world of COPS. 
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Miss Rhona, Barrett, Rona
8 Barrett, Rona Miss Rhona
Bantam 1975 Paperback Good 
She was born in New York - and overweight, not-too-pretty little girl, partially crippled by a mysterious muscle ailment. When one doctor predicted she'd die in a few years, a determined nine-year-old Rona screamed back at him: "No! Famous people don't die young and I'm not going to die because someday I'm going to be famous!" Rona didn't waste any time living up to that promise. At thirteen she fast-talked her way into her first job" organizer of the Eddie Fisher Fan Clubs. In a few years the transformation was complete: the fat, unhappy teenager had disappeared. In her place was the slim, beautiful and desirable young woman who managed to become Hollywood's #1 reporter and a national TV Celebrity. Rona Barrett had everything - fame, money, the love of some of Hollywood's most attractive men - but the one thing she wanted most": a man of her own. 
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Royal Service: My Twelve Years As Valet to Prince Charles, Barry, Stephen P.
9 Barry, Stephen P. Royal Service: My Twelve Years As Valet to Prince Charles
MacMillan Publishing 1983 0025074903 / 9780025074903 Hardcover Very Good - the book clean and like new, the cover with wear DS with shelf wear 
Before the public guessed all was not well with the Wales' fairy tale, Stephen Barry, valet to the prince for 12 years, provided "...a... look through the Royal key-hole...." 
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The Town That Died: The True Story of the Greatest Man-Made Explosion Before Hiroshima--A Chronicle of the Halifax Disaster, Bird, Michael J.
10 Bird, Michael J. The Town That Died: The True Story of the Greatest Man-Made Explosion Before Hiroshima--A Chronicle of the Halifax Disaster
McGraw Hill Ryerson 1967 0770060153 / 9780770060152 Paperback very good - text and photos are clean and the book is tight. 
The true story of the greatest man made explosion before Hiroshima. On the morning of December 6th 1917, two ships, one of them loaded with over 2,600 tons of high explosives, collided in Halifax harbor. In an instant, over one square mile of Halifax was erased along with scores of lives........ 
Price: 5.00 USD
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The Kennedy Men: three generations of sex, scandal and secrets, Bly, Nellie
11 Bly, Nellie The Kennedy Men: three generations of sex, scandal and secrets
Kensington Books 1966 1575661063 / 9781575661063 paperback Good 
The facts of their lives are the stuff of legend. Few families have been more famous, more photographed, more admired and vilified than the Kennedys. Many truths revealed: 32 pages of revealing photographs. 
Price: 2.00 USD
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Final Gifts, Callanan, Maggie
12 Callanan, Maggie Final Gifts
New York Bantom Books 1992 0553378767 / 9780553378764 Paper Back New 
When someone we love is dying...it's hard to know how to help, what to do, what to say. Yet if we know how to listen and what to look for, the dying themselves can often supply answers, letting us know what they need to hear and express to allay their fears and face death with serenity. For more than a decade hospice nurses Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley have tended the terminally ill. Now, in this moving and compassionate book, they share their intimate experiences with patients at the edge of life. Through these stories you'll come to appreciate the near miraculous ways I which the dying communicate their needs, reveal their feelings, and even choreograph their own final moments; you'll gain new insight into the leave talking process; and in the end you' discover the gifts - of wisdom, faith, and love - that the dying leave for us to share. 
Price: 17.00 USD
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The Password is Courage, Castle, John
13 Castle, John The Password is Courage
New York Ballantine Books 1957 Second Printing Paper Back Good 
He fought a non-man war from behind the German lines. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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The Kennedy's, Collier, Peter & David Horowitz
14 Collier, Peter & David Horowitz The Kennedy's
Warner Books 1984 0446327026 / 9780446327022 Paperback Good 
Years in the making, based on hundreds of interviews with family members and associates, extensive research into archives, and sources unused until now, this is the nation-wide bestseller whose very publication caused an uproar in the press ... the first and only book to fully penetrate the Kennedy inner sanctum and reveal the true, all too human saga behind America's most famous family. 
Price: 1.50 USD
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A Man Escaped, Devigny, Andre
15 Devigny, Andre A Man Escaped
New Yoor Berkley Books 1959 Berkley Edition, July 1959 Paper Back Good 
An impossible escape from he condemned cell of a Gestapo fortress - a story as gripping as The Wooden Horse and Escape from Colditz The Nazi-held Fortress of Montluc in Lyons, France, was a closely-guarded Gestapo prison. Famous for its cruelty and terror, it was considered escape proof, and no French-man ever left except on a blanket-covered stretcher. Only one man dared the impossible - Andre' Devigney, an officer of the French Underground. Despite starvation and beatings, he was determined to get out. This is his amazing story - how he learns to take apart his cell door to explore the prison layout at night, how he fashions grappling irons and ropes from practically nothing and hides these in his cell - under the very noses of his tormentors..... This is the thrill story of how he and a companion ingeniously overcame barred doors, barbed wire, giant walls, and German guns. 
Price: 1.50 USD
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Devil's Guard, Elford, George Robert
16 Elford, George Robert Devil's Guard
New York Dell Publishing 1971 Paper Back Like New 
Recently in a tiny Asian kingdom perched high in the Himalayas, author George Robert Elford met a former German SS officer who for five years fought as mercenary for the French Foreign Legion in Indochina. Repelled yet fascinated by his unregenerate Nazi's first hand account of what happed during those blood-drenched years, Elford gain his permission to record his story. Only the man's name has been changed. All the rest is shockingly true. if ever there was a document to real the inner workings of Nazi mind, and the true nature of military madness, this is the book. "A disquieting document, a sickening close-up of war." - Kirkus Service 
Price: 50.00 USD
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Twelve Days of Terror: A definitive Investigation of the 1916 New Jersey Shark Attacks, Fernicola, Richard G.
17 Fernicola, Richard G. Twelve Days of Terror: A definitive Investigation of the 1916 New Jersey Shark Attacks
The Lyons Press 2001 158574297X / 9781585742974 Hardcover Very Good - Library stamp inside back cover 
In July 1916, with the nation entangled in World War I and New York City in the throes of a deadly polio epidemic, the tri-state population thronged the Jersey Shore in search of respite from the stifling mid-summer heat. The Atlantic's refreshing waters proved to be utterly inhospitable, however. In a shockingly brief span of just twelve days, four swimmers were violently and fatally mauled by a marauding shark (or school of sharks), and a fifth was seriously injured, escaping within inches of his life. By the third week in July, national newspapers were headlining reports of Battles Against Man-Eating Sharks above the battles of war across the ocean. In this thoroughly researched, first-ever full account, Dr. Richard Fernicola, considered to be the leading expert on the attacks, presents a riveting portrait of these twelve days of terror as they occurred against the historical backdrop of America in 1916. With the perspicacity of a private eye, he immerses himself in the specifics of the events as he carefully examines clues and reconstructs evidence in an effort to resolve what scientists have been arguing over for decades. Was a rogue shark or a school of sharks responsible? Was it a bull shark or a great white shark? Was the shark's motivation hunger or fear? Through primary sources and face-to-face interviews with witnesses, Fernicola pieces together a conclusive, if controversial, theory regarding the character and the cause of these mysterious attacks. Part fascinating social history, part spellbinding detective story, Twelve Days of Terror is one of those rare books that proves truth can be stranger, more dramatic, and more terrifying than fiction. 
Price: 3.50 USD
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Mary Queen of Scots, Fraser, Antonia
18 Fraser, Antonia Mary Queen of Scots
Dell Books 1969 Paperback good 
"Here is Mary, the precious child, growing up in the court of France, wife and widow at age 17. the tall regal Mary, catholic queen of protestant Scotland. Mary, the woman, shamelessly in love with the prideful and posturing Bothwell. The captive Mary, discovering the uses of adversity. Mary at the execution, adjusting the balance of history, achieving a lasting triumph over Elizabeth." - Cleveland Press 
Price: 5.00 USD
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Phoebe The Spy, Griffin, Judith Berry
19 Griffin, Judith Berry Phoebe The Spy
Scholastic Inc 1977 0590424327 / 9780590424325 Paperback Very Good 
True story about 13-year-old Phoebe, a free black, who, disguised as the housekeeper in the home of an American Revolutionary war general, was really a spy whose job was to guard his life. 
Price: 1.50 USD
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The Innocent Man, Grisham, John
20 Grisham, John The Innocent Man
Dell 2006 0440243831 / 9780440243830 Paperback Good 
True Story - In the town of Ada, Oklahoma, Ron Williamson was going to be the next Mickey Mantle. But on his way to the Big Leagues, Ron stumbled, his drams broken by drinking, drugs, and women. Then on a winter night in 1982, not far from Ron's home, a young cocktail waitress named Debra Sue Carter was savagely murdered. The investigation led nowhere. Until, on the flimsiest evidence, it led to Ron Williamson. 
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