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Dancing on Broken Glass

Dancing on Broken Glass Author Ka Hancock
ISBN-10 9781451637380
Release 2012-03-13
Pages 416
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A powerfully written novel offering an intimate look at a beautiful marriage and how bipolar disorder and cancer affect it, Dancing on Broken Glass by Ka Hancock perfectly illustrates the enduring power of love. Lucy Houston and Mickey Chandler probably shouldn’t have fallen in love, let alone gotten married. They’re both plagued with faulty genes—he has bipolar disorder, and she has a ravaging family history of breast cancer. But when their paths cross on the night of Lucy’s twenty-first birthday, sparks fly, and there’s no denying their chemistry. Cautious every step of the way, they are determined to make their relationship work—and they put it all in writing. Mickey promises to take his medication. Lucy promises not to blame him for what is beyond his control. He promises honesty. She promises patience. Like any marriage, they have good days and bad days—and some very bad days. In dealing with their unique challenges, they make the heartbreaking decision not to have children. But when Lucy shows up for a routine physical just shy of their eleventh anniversary, she gets an impossible surprise that changes everything. Everything. Suddenly, all their rules are thrown out the window, and the two of them must redefine what love really is. An unvarnished portrait of a marriage that is both ordinary and extraordinary, Dancing on Broken Glass takes readers on an unforgettable journey of the heart.



Dancing barefoot on broken glass

Dancing barefoot on broken glass Author Leonardo Alishan
ISBN-10 0935102299
Release 1991-08
Pages 77
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Dancing barefoot on broken glass has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Dancing barefoot on broken glass also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Dancing barefoot on broken glass book for free.



Dancing on Broken Glass

Dancing on Broken Glass Author R. F. Maldonado
ISBN-10 0980227526
Release 2008-06-01
Pages 348
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You are now invited inside the once dark world of Bobby Fish.. teen gang leader, twenty-five year heroin and cocaine addict, survivor, and hero of the mean streets of NYC's Spanish Harlem. "Changing ones life is truly possible, but only if one becomes as committed to staying clean and sober, as he once was to chasing after drugs while out in the mean streets of despair."



Dance Upon the Air

Dance Upon the Air Author Nora Roberts
ISBN-10 0515131229
Release 2001
Pages 400
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author-the first book in the reissued Three Sisters Island trilogy is a tale of friendship, fate, and the mysterious ways of the heart.



Dancing on Glass

Dancing on Glass Author Pamela Binnings Ewen
ISBN-10 9780805464306
Release 2011
Pages 371
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A suspense novel set in 1974 New Orleans where young lawyer Amalise Catoir learns that love is not always what it seems, and God’s grace is shared, not earned.



Dance As the Spirit Moves

Dance As the Spirit Moves Author Heather Clark
ISBN-10 9780768497441
Release 2009-04-28
Pages 203
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From victory dances to healing and wall breaking dances, you will discover how exciting and enjoyable biblical dance is, and how it can be part of your Christian life. This book also provides practical steps to building a dance ministry, It focuses on dancers, worship leaders, and church leaders revealing ways all three groups can work together in unity for a greater release of personal and corporate creativity. Be open to what God may want to do creatively through you. Allow yourself to be used in any way that God chooses. Dance as the Spirit Moves.



Dancing Winds

Dancing Winds Author James C. Mccrae
ISBN-10 9781467824439
Release 2006-10-25
Pages 280
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In Hitler’s Germany it was forbidden for a Jewish boy to fall in love with the daughter of an SS officer. But that’s what handsome Sender Rosen did when he fell for Katrin Becker in the autumn of 1938. The holocaust took a brutal turn on Kristallnacht -- the night of broken glass -- but Sender Rosen’s terrible ordeal and the horrors endured by his family were not enough to make him forget Katrin, the love of his life. The winds of the heavens danced between Sender and Katrin for seven long years of adversity and adventure, but neither of them allowed the winds to stop dancing. There were few Nazi officials who possessed the integrity of Katrin’s father, Hauptsturmfuehrer Horst Becker. When he joined the SS, his job was to deport Jews and confiscate their money, not torture, starve and murder every single one of them. Hitler’s hatred took Nazi Germany too far – all the way to genocide. Horst and his family wanted out. Katrin’s dream of achieving classical music excellence and Sender’s determination to succeed in films blend with a poignant story of love, hate, murder, adversity, forgiveness, reconciliation and strength of character. Sender’s grandmother and sister conspire in a delightful plot to bring the story to an emotive conclusion that is sure to surprise Sender, and please the reader.



Dancing for the Devil

Dancing for the Devil Author Anny Donewald
ISBN-10 9781476759098
Release 2014-10-21
Pages 384
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An explosive memoir of transformation from a high-end stripper and escort who hit rock-bottom, turned to God, and left the sex trade to found Eve’s Angels, a ministry reaching out to women in the sex industry. Growing up as the daughter of an NCAA Championship-winning basketball coach and a stay-at-home mom, Anny Donewald had a seemingly blessed childhood. Then, at thirteen, one of her father’s players sexually abused her, and Donewald embarked on a path toward self-destruction. When Donewald was convinced to compete in an amateur night at a strip club, she found herself drawn into a world of drugs, money, and flesh peddlers in Michigan and Chicago—and eventually Las Vegas’ hottest XXX clubs. But the fantasy of fistfuls of hundred dollar bills quickly turned to the reality of bloodstains on bathroom floors and nights with customers in presidential suites at luxurious hotels. At an emotional breaking point and pondering the termination of her unborn son, Anny reached the gates of her personal hell. There, she found God. Then, this long-legged, fiery blonde fought to free herself from the sex trade, and, by the healing grace of God, launched her non-profit, Eve’s Angels, which reaches out to girls who want out of the sex trade. Dancing for the Devil takes an in-depth look at Anny’s struggles and sheds a new insider’s light on the horrible reality of the sex industry from someone who’s seen the worst of it. This captivating memoir shows how women from all walks of life find themselves trapped by the sex trade and, most importantly, explains how they can get out, start over, and find the love of Christ. Courageous and unforgettable, Dancing for the Devil is a heartbreaking story of darkness, grace, and, ultimately, redemption.



Broken Glass

Broken Glass Author Arthur Miller
ISBN-10 082221413X
Release 1994
Pages 88
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THE STORY: Brooklyn, New York. The end of November, 1938. Sylvia Gellberg has suddenly, mysteriously, become paralyzed from the waist down. As the play opens, her husband, Phillip, and her doctor, Dr. Hyman, meet to discuss the prognosis and test r



Fixing Broken Windows

Fixing Broken Windows Author George L. Kelling
ISBN-10 9780684837383
Release 1997
Pages 319
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Cites successful examples of community-based policing



The Chickasaws

The Chickasaws Author Arrell M. Gibson
ISBN-10 9780806188645
Release 2012-11-21
Pages 352
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For 350 years the Chickasaws-one of the Five Civilized Tribes-made a sustained effort to preserve their tribal institutions and independence in the face of increasing encroachments by white men. This is the first book-length account of their valiant-but doomed-struggle. Against an ethnohistorical background, the author relates the story of the Chickasaws from their first recorded contacts with Europeans in the lower Mississippi Valley in 1540 to final dissolution of the Chickasaw Nation in 1906. Included are the years of alliance with the British, the dealings with the Americans, and the inevitable removal to Indian Territory (Oklahoma) in 1837 under pressure from settlers in Mississippi and Alabama. Among the significant events in Chickasaw history were the tribe’s surprisingly strong alliance with the South during the Civil War and the federal actions thereafter which eventually resulted in the absorption of the Chickasaw Nation into the emerging state of Oklahoma.



Bitter Fruit

Bitter Fruit Author Achmat Dangor
ISBN-10 9780802199713
Release 2007-12-01
Pages 288
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With the publication of Kafka's Curse, Achmat Dangor established himself as an utterly singular voice in South African fiction. His new novel, a finalist for the Man Booker Prize and the IMPAC-Dublin Literary Award, is a clear-eyed, witty, yet deeply serious look at South Africa's political history and its damaging legacy in the lives of those who live there. The last time Silas Ali encountered Lieutenant Du Boise, Silas was locked in the back of a police van and the lieutenant was conducting a vicious assault on Silas's wife, Lydia, in revenge for her husband's participation in Nelson Mandela's African National Congress. When Silas sees Du Boise by chance twenty years later, as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission is about to deliver its report, crimes from the past erupt into the present, splintering the Alis' fragile peace. Meanwhile Silas and Lydia's son, Mikey, a thoroughly contemporary young hip-hop lothario, contends in unforeseen ways with his parents' pasts. A harrowing story of a brittle family on the crossroads of history and a fearless skewering of the pieties of revolutionary movements, Bitter Fruit is a cautionary tale of how we do, or do not, address the past's deepest wounds.



Girl Through Glass

Girl Through Glass Author Sari Wilson
ISBN-10 9780062326294
Release 2016-01-26
Pages 320
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An enthralling literary debut that tells the story of a young girl’s coming of age in the cutthroat world of New York City ballet—a story of obsession and the quest for perfection, trust and betrayal, beauty and lost innocence. In the roiling summer of 1977, eleven-year-old Mira is an aspiring ballerina in the romantic, highly competitive world of New York City ballet. Enduring the mess of her parent’s divorce, she finds escape in dance—the rigorous hours of practice, the exquisite beauty, the precision of movement, the obsessive perfectionism. Ballet offers her control, power, and the promise of glory. It also introduces her to forty-seven-year-old Maurice DuPont, a reclusive, charismatic balletomane who becomes her mentor. Over the course of three years, Mira is accepted into the prestigious School of American Ballet run by the legendary George Balanchine, and eventually becomes one of “Mr. B’s girls”—a dancer of rare talent chosen for greatness. As she ascends higher in the ballet world, her relationship with Maurice intensifies, touching dark places within herself and sparking unexpected desires that will upend both their lives. In the present day, Kate, a professor of dance at a Midwestern college, embarks on a risky affair with a student that threatens to obliterate her career and capsizes the new life she has painstakingly created for her reinvented self. When she receives a letter from a man she’s long thought dead, Kate is hurled back into the dramas of a past she thought she had left behind. Told in interweaving narratives that move between past and present, Girl Through Glass illuminates the costs of ambition, secrets, and the desire for beauty, and reveals how the sacrifices we make for an ideal can destroy—or save—us.



Stop Walking on Eggshells

Stop Walking on Eggshells Author Paul T. Mason
ISBN-10 9781572246904
Release 2010-01
Pages 260
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Discusses the signs and symptoms of borderline personality disorder and explains how the families and friends of patients can cope with BPD behavior while taking care of themselves.



Dancing with Flames

Dancing with Flames Author Susan Illene
ISBN-10 9780986336126
Release 2017-10-10
Pages 469
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Four months ago, fire-breathing dragons invaded Earth from an alternate dimension, wreaking havoc on modern civilization. Bailey Monzac has been training to kill them ever since discovering she was impervious to their flames, but when some of the beasts begin targeting children, she can’t hold back any longer and must hunt them down. Her ally, Aidan, would help, except the shape-shifter has his own troubles. His clan is battling for territory against the pure dragons and his father—their leader—is dying. As the shifters fight for the pendragon position, fierce rivalry takes over. Aidan’s own brothers aren’t above blackmail and murder if it will get them to the top. He must stay one step ahead if he is to survive and keep his clan safe from the pure dragons who threaten them all. Bailey and Aidan may be natural-born enemies, but working together might be the only thing that saves them from the danger that lies ahead.



I m Not Dancing Anymore

I m Not Dancing Anymore Author Terri Baker
ISBN-10 1575662566
Release 1997
Pages 291
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O.J.'s niece recounts how his family stood by him without question during his trials, and reveals how, after a bout with alcoholism, she began to ask questions.



Broken Glass

Broken Glass Author Alain Mabanckou
ISBN-10 9781847652317
Release 2010-12-09
Pages 170
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Finalist for the Man Booker International Prize 2015 The history of Credit Gone West, a squalid Congolese bar, is related by one of its most loyal customers, Broken Glass, who has been commissioned by its owner to set down an account of the characters who frequent it. Broken Glass himself is a disgraced alcoholic school teacher with a love of French language and literature which he has largely failed to communicate to his pupils but which he displays in the pages of his notebook. The notebook is also a farewell to the bar and to his fellow drinkers. After writing the final words, Broken Glass will go down to the River Tchinouka and throw himself into its murky waters, where his lamented mother also drowned. Broken Glass is a Congolese riff on European classics from the most notable Francophone African writer of his generation.