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v.h. markle

Let us not forget those who served. We were called to duty and we went to war. These are the stories of a few of those brave young men and women who fought in America’s most unpopular war. These are stories of times, events, and places that should never be forgotten. In war, the brain encircles and captures thoughts, sights, smells and sounds you can never get rid of. After the battle, the mind can shut down, and thoughts begin to smother the brain. If a veteran speaks, listen with open ears and an open mind. They all have something to say. If you are a brother or sister from Vietnam talk to someone, write down your thoughts, contact a brother or sister. If you can, don’t hesitate, Go To The Wall. These things have made me cry but they have brought back the smile that was once forgotten for so many years. Welcome home my brothers and sisters.

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Peter J. Hotez

Provides an overview of the neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) and how they devastate the poor, essentially trapping them in a vicious cycle of extreme poverty by preventing them from working or attaining their full intellectual and cognitive development.

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Phyllis L. Ellickson,Rand Corporation

This monograph examines what is known about the major causes of adolescent morbidity and mortality with a view to assessing the adequacy of current efforts aimed at improving adolescent health and identifying further initiatives to improve our results. It begins with two assumptions: 1) that adolescent health encompasses far more than the absence of physical disease or disability, and 2) that it includes mental and social, as well as physical, well-being. This view of adolescent health implicitly calls for including both behavioral problems and mental disorders among the health community's concerns, a shift in focus that is increasingly endorsed by international and national organizations concerned with health issues.

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Joseph Moorer

Joseph's poetry makes no attempt to please the crowd at the expense of creativity. The work expresses the author's heart and soul. His triumphs and his struggles are painted in the raw! Open your mind and dive in to this soul-filled work of art. No veneer.

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Lorena McCourtney

A woman wakes in a hospital, her leg in a cast and with no memory of who she is. All she knows is that there's something important she must do, but she has forgotten what it is. She is identified as Katy Cavanaugh by a Mrs. Lennox, the woman who was her parents' housekeeper before their deaths. Katy returns to their home in Northern California, where she meets Jace Foster, the manager of a nearby Christian school for boys. Katy finds herself falling in love with Jace, until another man shows up, claiming to be her fiancee, and confusing her more than ever. It isn't until an attempt is made on her life that she realizes she is not Katy Cavanaugh-but the truth may have come too late.

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Cat Patrick

Here’s the thing about me: I can see the future in flashes, like memories. But my past is a blank. I remember what I’ll wear tomorrow, and an argument that won’t happen until this afternoon. But I don’t know what I ate for dinner last night. I get by with the help of notes, my mom and my best friend Jamie, and the system works . . . Until now. Everything’s falling apart. Jamie’s going of the rails. My mom is lying to me. And I can’t see the boy I adore in my future. But today, I love him. And I never want to forget how much . . . Forgotten is a dark, against-the-odds romance like no other. Cat Patrick's debut novel for young adults is the perfect read for everyone who loved Rachel Ward's Numbers or Teri Terry's Slated trilogy. This is teen fiction at its most absorbing. Look out for Cat's other books: Just Like Fate (with Suzanne Young), Revived and The Originals. ‘A fantastic, absorbing debut that will have you reading in every spare second’ – Thirst for Fiction, YA blogger.

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Susan Lewis

When Lisa Martin and David Kirby were forced to part, they never dreamed they might one day have a second chance. Many years later, they meet again and it is clear that, despite everything that's happened to them, they are still the big love of each other's life. And nothing is going to keep them apart this time around. But then they are faced with a shocking truth. However, David won't be defeated. In spite of knowing this is a battle they can't win, he decides to fight anyway, in the only way he knows how. When Lisa discovers what he intends she's so horrified. Yet, through a chink in her fear, she can see the logic of what he's suggesting. But can she bring herself to help him...?

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Mariah Stewart

From New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart comes a novel of sexy romantic suspense for fans of Nora Roberts, Catherine Coulter, and Karen Robards. WHO SPEAKS FOR THE DEAD WHEN THEY SCREAM BLOODY MURDER? Sheldon Woods kidnapped and killed an untold number of boys, then escaped the death penalty by making a plea bargain for multiple life sentences in exchange for revealing the whereabouts of some of his victims. More than a decade later, the full extent of his crimes is still unknown, and many of the dead have never been accounted for. But Lisa Walsh is certain her brother Christopher was one of them, and to honor her mother’s dying wish, she’s on a mission to learn the truth and recover the little boy’s remains. FBI agent Portia Cahill, tasked with confronting the caged killer, is obliged to play his mind games to get what she’s after, but she ends up with more than she bargained for when the remains of another boy’s body are discovered. Determined to ID the mystery child, Portia reluctantly teams with James Cannon, the attorney who once defended Woods. But chasing a killer’s grisly legacy, and the bones of the forgotten dead, will lead them into the lethal orbit of a monster who’s seeding the graves of the past with a fresh wave of innocent victims. From the Paperback edition.

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Linda Hervieux

The injustices of 1940s Jim Crow America are brought to life in this extraordinary blend of military and social history—a story that pays tribute to the valor of an all-black battalion whose crucial contributions at D-Day have gone unrecognized to this day. In the early hours of June 6, 1944, the 320th Barrage Balloon Battalion, a unit of African-American soldiers, landed on the beaches of France. Their orders were to man a curtain of armed balloons meant to deter enemy aircraft. One member of the 320th would be nominated for the Medal of Honor, an award he would never receive. The nation’s highest decoration was not given to black soldiers in World War II. Drawing on newly uncovered military records and dozens of original interviews with surviving members of the 320th and their families, Linda Hervieux tells the story of these heroic men charged with an extraordinary mission, whose contributions to one of the most celebrated events in modern history have been overlooked. Members of the 320th—Wilson Monk, a jack-of-all-trades from Atlantic City; Henry Parham, the son of sharecroppers from rural Virginia; William Dabney, an eager 17-year-old from Roanoke, Virginia; Samuel Mattison, a charming romantic from Columbus, Ohio—and thousands of other African Americans were sent abroad to fight for liberties denied them at home. In England and Europe, these soldiers discovered freedom they had not known in a homeland that treated them as second-class citizens—experiences they carried back to America, fueling the budding civil rights movement. In telling the story of the 320th Barrage Balloon Battalion, Hervieux offers a vivid account of the tension between racial politics and national service in wartime America, and a moving narrative of human bravery and perseverance in the face of injustice.

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Maggie Shayne

Second Edition. This is a completely revised edition of a previously published novel. She’s pretending to be his wife. He’s pretending to believe her. Reporter Ash Coye is faking amnesia to buy some time after a serial killer’s attempt on his life. So when a hottie on a Harley shows up at his bedside claiming to be his wife, he has to pretend to believe her. Joey Bradshaw knows lying to a guy with no memory is cruel, but if it keeps him alive and stops The Slasher, it’s worth it. The sizzling attraction between her and her make believe husband, however, is an unexpected complication. Maggie Shayne writes wonderful romance with page turning thrills that have a permanent spot on my keeper shelf.” ~New York Times Bestselling Author Karen Robards

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Delphine Levesque

"I believe with all my heart that I must tell my story. From the moment that it all began on All Souls Day in November of 2008, I knew that God must have a purpose for permitting the Souls in Purgatory to visit me." These words of the author taken from the preface of this book are enough to capture the interest of anyone who believes in life after death. Our thinking about the afterlife is often influenced by what comes out of the movie industry and books of fiction. The intent is to entertain by scaring us. The story presented here offers a different perspective. From childhood, the author was open to the truth that Souls do seek our help to achieve the level of purification that the Catholic faith teaches is necessary to enter Heaven. Her journey that began with a frightening experience developed into a friendship that can inspire us to pay attention to why a place might be haunted and what we can do to assist the Souls of the Departed. This book is an easy read and very inspirational. It will change the way you look at life after death and at haunted places.

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Catherine McKenzie

“For fans of The Good Wife, Catherine McKenzie’s Forgotten is a pure, page-turning pleasure.” —Gwendolen Gross, author of The Orphan Sister “By turns hilarious and heart-tugging….A thoroughly enjoyable read!” —Juliette Fay, author of Deep Down True If your old life vanished completely, should you try to get it back or create a whole new one? That’s the intriguing question at the heart of Catherine McKenzie’s Forgotten. The smart, funny, and provocative story of a woman who returns home after being stranded for months in Africa by an earthquake only to find that everyone in her life believed she was dead and moved on, Forgotten is captivating and thought-provoking contemporary women’s fiction from the author of Arranged and Spin—a fresh and witty tale that will not be soon forgotten.

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Marlene Goldman

Since the 1860s, long before scientists put a name to Alzheimer’s disease, Canadian authors have been writing about age-related dementia. Originally, most of these stories were elegies, designed to offer readers consolation. Over time they evolved into narratives of gothic horror in which the illness is presented not as a normal consequence of aging but as an apocalyptic transformation. Weaving together scientific, cultural, and aesthetic depictions of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, Forgotten asserts that the only crisis associated with Canada’s aging population is one of misunderstanding. Revealing that turning illness into something monstrous can have dangerous consequences, Marlene Goldman seeks to identify the political and social influences that have led to the gothic disease model and its effects on society. Examining the works of authors such as Alice Munro, Michael Ignatieff, Jane Rule, and Caroline Adderson alongside news stories and medical and historical discussions of Alzheimer’s disease, Goldman provides an alternative, person-centred perspective to the experiences of aging and age-related dementia. Deconstructing the myths that have transformed cognitive decline into a corrosive fantasy, Forgotten establishes the pivotal role that fictional and non-fictional narratives play in cultural interpretations of disease.

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Barb Hendee

In Forgotten, a young woman faces darkness and magic to protect those she cares for. Elena's adventures begin when she finds herself living as mistress to Lord Stefan Korbori, who is trapped inside his manor by the curse of an undead sorcerer. He begins sinking into madness, endlessly wandering the same rooms and passages. Willing to do almost anything to save him, Elena undertakes a journey upriver. In seeking a cure and a way to release Stefan from the curse, Elena must accept the help of Cooper, a handsome and stoic barge master. This sets her on a new path as she battles sorcerers, curses, murderous charlatans, ghosts and demi-gods from across the veil between the mortal world and that of the Fay spirits. In addition, Elena becomes torn between her loves for two very different men, both who wish to protect her in their differing ways and to possess her. Forgotten contains four connected novellas--each continuing where the previous one ends: The Forgotten Lord The Forgotten Mistress The Forgotten Village The Forgotten Daughter Barb Hendee is the best-selling author along with her husband J.C. of The Noble Dead Saga and The Dead Seekers novels. She is also the author of The Vampire Memories series and The Mist-Torn Witches series. She lives near Portland, Oregon, with her husband and their two cats.

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Cj Carmichael

Forgotten, Twisted Cedar Mysteries #2 After a shocking secret is uncovered in Twisted Cedars, Oregon, fresh trouble surfaces. Sheriff Wade MacKay is fishing on the Rogue River when he comes across a cargo truck crashed off the side of a winding mountain road. The driver is dead. The sole passenger, a woman in her early thirties, is unconscious with a severe head injury. When she comes to, the next day at the hospital, she is suffering from amnesia. Since she carried no ID, there is no clue to her identity. Judging by the woman's bruises, which pre-date the accident, Wade suspects she was running from danger when she hitched a ride with the truck driver. But how can he protect her, when he doesn't even know who she is? Wade's office is already working overtime, investigating the death of one of his former school friends. While true crime writer, Dougal Lachlan, is avoiding writing a book that would force him to confront his inner demons. Twisted Cedar Mysteries Buried (Book 1) Forgotten (Book 2) Exposed (Book 3)

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Kristin Smith

The epic tale of Sienna Preston continues in this second installment of the exhilarating Deception Game series. A fast-paced thrilling adventure, full of danger, romance, and deception--perfect for fans of Veronica Roth's Divergent series or Marie Lu's Legend. Seventeen-year-old Sienna is no stranger to heartache and loss. But this time, it's different; someone—or something—has tampered with a loved one's memories, and she's determined to get answers. The trail leads her to the glittering skyscrapers and modern luxuries of Rubex, the Capital of Pacifica, where she infiltrates the government's Agency for Intelligence and Genetics. But answers are not always easy to come by, especially when her own memories may have been altered. Luckily, Zane Ryder is there to help her put the pieces back together, his devotion and concern muddying the waters between friendship and something more. When Sienna gets too close to uncovering dark Agency secrets, she's framed for the murder of a prominent government official, sending her on the run. Sienna's heart may be torn about who she loves, but none of that really matters anymore—because the only thing that awaits her now is a death sentence. Praises for book 1 in The Deception Game Series — Catalyst: "A gripping thriller with a tough, but vulnerable heroine who must fight against a corrupt underworld while searching for her father's killer. High stakes and non-stop action paired with terrific writing will have you turning the pages late into the night." ~Kimberley Griffiths Little, award-winning author of the Forbidden trilogy (Harpercollins) "Catalyst is a stunning and unique addition to the dystopian genre. Fans of The Maze Runner and Divergent series will devour this series opener." ~Sherry D. Ficklin, Bestselling Author of Queen of Someday "An amazing young adult thriller! Full of intrigue, high stakes, and danger, this read will keep your heart racing and your mind turning deep into the night." ~Jessie Humphries, Bestselling Author of The Ruby Rose Series "An action-packed sci-fi thriller filled with romance, danger, and twists you won't see coming, CATALYST provides a glimpse into an eery future depicting what can go wrong when those in power attempt to make things right." ~Ilima Todd, author of Remake Young Adult Dystopian Fantasy Dystopian Survival Fiction Sci-Fi Thriller Suspense and Mystery Science Fiction Romance Books Teen and young adult romance books Teen fiction books for girls young adult apocalypse fiction and adventure Social Issues Class Differences Young Adult Friendship Girls & Women Being a Teen Dating and Intimacy Self Esteem Values & Virtues Urban Fantasy Epic Fantasy Death and Dying Self-Esteem and Reliance Action & Adventure Survival Stories Science Fiction & Dystopian Dystopian fiction young adult

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Melody Carlson

With absent parents, overdue rent, and no one to turn to, Adele is forced into the hard, cold world of homelessness. While striving to maintain the pretense of a “normal” life, Adele attempts to finish high school, all the while concealing her secret. But is she strong enough to keep up the act? Forgotten will propel teen readers into a world where promises are broken, life is not fair, and challenges seem unbearable, while still offering assurance that solid faith, loyal friends, and a persistent spirit will prevail.