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Moment of Glory: The Year Underdogs Ruled Golf

by John Feinstein

After winning 6 of the 12 Majors from 2000 to 2002, Tiger Woods struggled in 2003. Four unknown players would seize the day, rising to become champions in his wake.Mike Weir--considered a good golfer but not a great one--triumphed in The Masters, becoming the first Canadian to win a Major. Jim Furyk emerged victorious in the U.S. Open. In the British Open, Ben Curtis became the only player since Francis Ouimet in 1913 to prevail on his first time out, and Shaun Micheel came from nowhere to prevail at the PGA Championship. How does one moment of glory affect the unsung underdog for years to follow?Feinstein chronicles the champions' ups and downs, giving readers an insider's look into how victory (and defeat) can change players' lives.

Moment of Love

by Denise Robins

She was just his private secretary - would he ever know how mach she loved him? Christa might have thought herself lucky. She spent every working day with Stephen Harrimay - the brilliant young executive - the man she adored. But Christa was only his private secretary. Each evening he left her behind for society's most glamorous women - fast, beautiful wealthy womaen - who could challenge his brilliance, and further his career. Christa watched as he led his whirlwind life with the beautiful and the rich, knowing that all she could offer was her calm, deep love. She could only watch, wait and hope for the moment Stephen would stop, and really see her for the first time... A captivating love story from the 100-million-copy bestselling Queen of Romance, first published in 1964, and available now for the first time in eBook.

The Moment Of The Magician (Spellsinger Book 4)

by Alan Dean Foster

Tropical, friendly, and largely uninhabited was how Clothahump the wizard had described the swamps of the south. But the warring colonies of tough-talking prairie dogs, to the magical mime-vines, to a mammoth mountain of living muck and a hidden colony of dreaded Plated Folk, Jon-Tom the Spellsinger and his otter comrade Mudge find their journey southward full of strong spells and deadly foes. Should they ever reach the city of Quasequa, their mission is to unmask the mysterious new magician, Marcus the Ineluctable. But Marcus' forces seem unlimited, his hunger for power insatiable, and his influence over his followers total. Is the spellsinging magic of Jon-Tom enough to save Quasequa-and all of the wizard's world?

Moment of Truth

by Lisa Scottoline

When attorney Jack Newlin discovers his wife dead in their home, he's convinced he knows who killed her--and is equally determined to hide the truth. He decides to frame himself for murder, and to seal his fate he hires the most inexperienced lawyer he can find: a reluctant rookie by the name of Mary DiNunzio from the hot Philadelphia firm of Rosato & Associates. But hiring Mary may turn out to be his biggest mistake. She doubts Jack's confession, and her ethics and instincts tell her she can't defend a man who wants to convict himself. Smarter, gutsier, and more persistent than she has any right to be, Mary sets out to prove what really happened--because, as any lawyer knows, a case is never as simple as it seems. And nothing is ever certain until the final moment of truth.

Moment of Vengeance and Other Stories

by Elmore Leonard

Before he brilliantly traversed the gritty landscapes of underworld Detroit and Miami, the incomparable Elmore Leonard wrote breathtaking adventures set in America's nineteenth-century western frontier--elevating a popular genre with his now-trademark twisting plots, rich characterizations, and scalpel-sharp dialogue.There is a moment when obsession, rage, and destiny come together at the end of a shotgun barrel--when wrongs, actual or perceived, are addressed with violence, and the awesome power of life or death rests in a trigger finger. In seven magnificent stories of sins, crimes, conscience, and savage retribution, the New York Times-bestselling master carries us back to an untamed time and place where a simple transgression most often proved fatal . . . and the only true justice lived in the hands of the gunman.

A Moment on the Edge

by Elizabeth George

New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth George serves up a century's worth of superb crime fiction penned by women. This veritable all-star team delivers tales of dark deeds that will keep you reading long into the night. Included are these works:"A Jury of Her Peers" by Susan GlaspellThe Summer of People" by Shirley Jackson"The Irony of Hate" by Ruth Rendell"Country Lovers" by Nadine Gordimer"Wild Mustard" by Marcia Muller"Murder-Two" by Joyce Carol OatesA Moment on the Edge is a rare treat not only for fans of crime fiction but also for anyone who appreciates a skillfully written, deftly told story.

The Moment She Was Gone

by Evan Hunter

It's two o'clock in the morning when Andrew Gulliver gets a phone call from his mother, who tells him his twin sister, Annie, is gone. This is not the first time. Ever since she was sixteen, she's been taking off without notice to places as far distant as Papua New Guinea, then returning unexpectedly, only to disappear yet another time, again and again and again. But this time is different. Last month, Annie got into serious trouble in Sicily and was briefly held in a mental hospital, where an Italian doctor diagnosed her as schizophrenic. Andrew's divorced mother refuses to accept this diagnosis. Andrew himself just isn't sure. But during the course of a desperate twelve hours in New York City, he and the Gulliver family piece together the past and cope with the present in a journey of revelation and self-discovery. Recognizing the truth at last, Andrew can only hope to find his beloved sister before she harms herself or someone else. The Moment She Was Gone,a shattering novel of a family confronting its collective secrets, marks the high point in a writing career spanning almost five decades.

A Moment with God for Mothers

by Margaret Huffman

Short, heartfelt prayers for moms of all ages.Each of the pocket- or purse-sized books in the A Moment with God series provides 58 brief prayers that can be read in a few short minutes at any time of day. Each prayer features Scripture for reflection and is appropriate for personal or group devotion.A Moment with God books-- offer prayers for daily life situations-- address common concerns and needs-- make ideal gifts!

A Moment with God for Teachers

by Karen Cropsey

Sometimes a moment with God is all a person needs as they move through their day. Teachers are called on to help shape the children. Whether preparing lesson plans, starting the day or between classes, the fifty-eight prayers with accompanying Scriptures found inside are perfect for you or any school teacher you know. The prayers allow you to center and know God is with you as you work to serve in this important role. It could easily be used in group devotion as well as for personal reflection time. The beautiful design and size make it a gift that will be treasured and remembered. Get a copy for the teachers in your life and if you are a teacher, pick up one for yourself. Now using the Common English Bible translation, you can easily use the prayers for group devotion as well as for personal reflection time. The beautiful design and size make it a keepsake to treasure and remember. Some of the prayers included are: Elementary School Teachers Junior High School Teachers High School Teachers A Monday Morning Prayer At Report Card Time Loving "the Unloveable" Students Who Are Ill My Own Children and more!

Moments in Time

by Mariah Stewart

Basking in an idyllic marriage and successful career, rock-and-roll icon Maggie Border discovers her husband with another woman just before she is scheduled to appear on a live talk show with a ruthless and gossipy hostess.

Momma And The Meaning Of Life

by Irvin D. Yalom

As the public grows disillusioned with therapeutic quick fixes, people are looking for a deeper psychotherapeutic experience to make life more meaningful and satisfying. What really happens in therapy? What promises and perils does it hold for them?No one writes about therapy - or indeed the dilemmas of the human condition - with more acuity, style, and heart than Irvin Yalom. Here he combines the storytelling skills so widely praised in Love's Executioner with the wisdom of the compassionate and fully engaged psychotherapist.In these six compelling tales of therapy, Yalom introduces us to an unforgettable cast of characters: Paula, who faces death and stares it down; Magnolia, into whose ample lap Yalom longs to pour his own sorrows; Irene, who learns to seek out anger and plunge into it. And there's Momma, old-fashioned, ill-tempered, who drifts into Yalom's dreams and tramples through his thoughts. At once wildly entertaining and deeply thoughtful, Momma and the Meaning of Life is a work of rare insight and imagination.

Mommies, Daddies, Donors, Surrogates

by Diane Ehrensaft

If you need help having a baby, reproductive technology can supply the answer. But it also raises a host of questions that won't arise until after the child is born What will you say to "Where did I come from?" when the answer includes a donor or surrogate? Will knowing the truth about how you conceived make your child love you less? Will having a baby with someone else strain your relationship with your spouse or partner? What will grandparents, family members, friends, and coworkers think? Dr. Diane Ehrensaft--a developmental and clinical psychologist who's worked with families formed using assisted reproductive technology for more than 20 years--helps you anticipate the big questions and find solutions that are right for you and your loved ones. Dr. Ehrensaft offers information, support, and straightforward advice for coping with private worries, confronting public prejudices, and raising happy, healthy children. Single or married, straight or gay, anyone looking forward to the joys and challenges of building a family with the help of a donor or surrogate will discover a wealth of thought-provoking ideas and fresh insights in this sensitive, practical, and positive book.

Mommy and the Policeman Next Door

by Marie Ferrarella

THE CASE OF THE KIDNAPPED MOMMY Officer Guy Tripopulous knew that this was not his usual type of case. The ransom note was smeared, the letters printed, and the victim's children seemed awfully...informed. But Guy was willing to play along. He'd been looking for a way to meet his beautiful next-door neighbor, and Addie and A. J. Douglas had just solved his problem very neatly.Finding the "missing" mommy was a piece of cake. But now Guy had a tougher case on his hands. Nancy Douglas and her two adorable kids had stolen his heart-and he wasn't sure he wanted it back!

The Mommy Book

by Todd Parr

With his trademark, child-like art, Todd Parr celebrates mothers, whether they drive a minivan or a motorcycle or work in a big building or at home. Full color.

Mommy Deadliest

by Michael Benson

CASE FEATURED ON 20/20ANTI-FREEZE FOR A HUSBANDIt looked like a suicide. A man's corpse on the bathroom floor--next to a half-empty glass of anti-freeze. But fingerprints on the glass belonged to the deceased's wife, Stacey Castor. And a turkey baster in the garbage had police wondering if she force-fed the toxic fluid down her husband's throat. PILLS FOR A DAUGHTERIn desperation, Stacey concocted a devious plan. She mixed a deadly cocktail of vodka and pills, then served it to her twenty-year-old daughter Ashley. The authorities would find Ashley with a suicide note, confessing to the anti-freeze murder. But Stacey's plan backfired--because Ashley refused to die . . . A KILLER FOR A MOTHERCharged with murdering her second husband--and attempting to kill her oldest daughter--Stacey Castor sparked a media frenzy. But when police dug up her first husband's grave--and found anti-freeze in his body, too--this New York housewife earned a nickname that would follow her all the way to prison. They called her 'The Black Widow. ' And with good reason. Includes 16 Pages of Shocking Photos

Mommy for the Moment

by Lisa Kaye Laurel

Single Dad Seeks...Rob Winfield needed a mother for his infant daughter. Someone who could appreciate the finer things in life, like watching baby Meredith smile or take her first step. Tip Padderson was perfect. If only he could convince the pretty drifter to stay....Tip was falling in love with a certain pink-faced infant and her incredibly handsome father. Now she was rocking his daughter to sleep each night and wishing she could stay in Rob's arms forever. But her painful past kept her on the run. No matter how much she wanted to be Meredith's mommy, she could never be Rob's wife.

Mommy IQ: The Complete Guide to Pregnancy

by Rosie Pope

Mommy IQ is the ultimate girlfriend's guide to pregnancy. Rosie Pope--maternity fashion designer, pregnancy guru, and star of the hit TV show Pregnant in Heels on Bravo--leads expectant mothers through the ups and downs of pregnancy with her trademark humor and down-to-earth charm, tackling difficult issues with refreshing candor while offering useful information about medical support. The founder of MomPrep--a prenatal and postpartum education center--Rosie makes the journey to motherhood even more memorable with friendly advice, laugh-out-loud stories, and heartfelt, "been-there" insights. Mommy IQ is a must-own handbook for moms-to-be, young moms, and the families of expectant moms.

Mommy Made and Daddy too!: Home Cooking For A Healthy Baby & Toddler - (Revised Edition)

by David Kimmel Suzanne Goldenson Martha Kimmel

Everyone loves a home-cooked meal--even babies and toddlers! Experts agree that homemade baby food is the healthiest way to feed young children. By making their own baby food, parents can drastically reduce the sugar, salt, artificial colors, fillers, additives, and preservatives in their child's diet. And now making baby food from scratch has never been easier--with this practical, user-friendly cookbook by Martha and David Kimmel, founders of the phenomenally successfulMommy Made*line of baby and toddler food. Updated for a special 10th anniversary edition,Mommy Made*is filled with 140 easy-to-make recipes that are perfect for introducing your baby to wholesome solid foods. These delicious, kid-tested dishes--which include finger foods, shakes and smoothies, snacks on the go, spoonable treats, and a variety of table dishes--were created with your baby's special nutritional needs in mind, and will help your child establish healthful eating habits that will last a lifetime. Mommy Made*also includes: Nutrition advice from birth to three years--incorporating guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics A blueprint for when and how to get your baby started on solid food Answers to parents' most frequently asked questions: from milk and protein needs to determining portion size, preventing "hunger strikes," and detecting food allergies Tips on pureeing, straining, and mashing, as well as storage, thawing and reheating, and using the microwave A handy nutrition glossary, food pyramid, and list of helpful websites And much more!

The Mommy Miracle

by Lilian Darcy

Back to...normal? If only Jodie Palmer could figure out what that was. Because for most of the last year-after a horrific car crash-she'd been in a coma. Now she's out, back in the arms of her overprotective family. And strangely, someone else's arms, as well-the devastatingly handsome attorney Devlin Browne, whom she'd just started dating before the accident. But what did Devlin want with her? Why wouldn't her family let her be alone with him? And as Jodie stormed Devlin's home and rang his bell looking for answers, she had one more question-who was that tiny baby in his arms?

The Mommy Myth

by Susan Douglas Meredith Michaels

Susan Douglas first took on the media's misrepresentation of women in her funny, scathing social commentary Where the Girls Are. Now, she and Meredith Michaels, have turned a sardonic (but never jaundiced) eye toward the cult of the new momism: a trend in American culture that is causing women to feel that only through the perfection of motherhood can true contentment be found. This vision of motherhood is highly romanticized and yet its standards for success remain forever out of reach, no matter how hard women may try to "have it all." The Mommy Myth takes a provocative tour through the past thirty years of media images about mothers: the superficial achievements of the celebrity mom, the news media's sensational coverage of dangerous day care, the staging of the "mommy wars" between working mothers and stay-at-home moms, and the onslaught of values-based marketing that raises mothering standards to impossible levels, just to name a few. In concert with this messaging, the authors contend, is a conservative backwater of talking heads propagating the myth of the modern mom. This nimble assessment of how motherhood has been shaped by out-of-date mores is not about whether women should have children or not, or about whether once they have kids mothers should work or stay at home. It is about how no matter what they do or how hard they try, women will never achieve the promised nirvana of idealized mothering. Douglas and Michaels skillfully map the distance traveled from the days when The Feminine Mystique demanded more for women than the unpaid labor of keeping house and raising children, to today's not-so-subtle pressure to reverse this thirty-year trend. A must-read for every woman.

The Mommy Plan

by Susan Gable

Even though her dad calls her Unsinkable Molly McClain, eight-year-old Molly knows he worries about her all the time. In her opinion, he needs someone else to think about. And Molly's found the perfect candidate-Miss Rachel, the arts and crafts instructor at Camp Firefly Wishes. Now all Molly has to do is get them together.Rachel Thompson isn't sure she's ready for this camp or these kids. For one thing, the campers and their parents talk openly about their experiences, something Rachel's not prepared to do. Her secret is too painful. But little Molly-and her father-are hard to resist. Slowly they're teaching Rachel to value the past, deal with the present...and believe in the future.

"Mommy, What Is Dead?"

by Nikki Sian-Leigh Aksamit

"We owe kids explanations, its part of our responsibility as parents and educators." says Nikki Sian-Leigh Aksamit, author of "Mommy, What is Dead?" "Children can comprehend and understand a lot more than most people give them credit for, especially preschoolers. Kids need answers when they are confused and grieving over the loss of a loved one." "Mommy, What is Dead?" (copyright June 2007) is a fifteen page illustrated book explaining death and dying, aimed at preschoolers and young children. It explains the difference between body and soul, and the various ways people and animals die. Taking no religious stance, it offers two of the most common beliefs as to what happens to the soul after death ("heaven" and reincarnation). "Mommy, What is Dead?" offers comfort by telling children that our memories are the way love continues on. With gentle text, and simple illustrations, young children instantly understand its message. "Mommy, What is Dead?" was written in the hopes of becoming a tool for parents, care givers, teachers and educators to use to provide clarity and comfort to young children who are dealing with the loss of a loved one, pet or to help answer some of the difficult questions they have about death.

"Mommy, What Is Deaf?"

by Nikki Sian-Leigh Aksamit

The author of "Mommy, What is Dead?", Nikki Sian-Leigh Aksamit, has added "Mommy, What is Deaf?" as the next book in her "Mommy, What is...?" series. Aimed at preschool age children, "Mommy, What is Deaf?" explains sound, the definition of "deaf", and all the reasons why some people can not hear. With straight forward text, and uncomplicated drawings, young children easily understand how the ears work, and why in some people they do not. Kids are also challenged to "feel" the sounds around them, as deaf people do.

Mom's Best Friend

by Sally Hobart Alexander

This book explains the impact on the family of someone getting a successor dog guide, and also many of the tools that blind people use.

Mom's Big Book of Baking

by Lauren Chattman

Busy chef and mom, Lauren Chaltman's, collection of easy and flexible recipes for baking.

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