This originial, enduring story of Ernie Davis, All-American running back at Syracuse University and first black to win the Heisman Trophy, is unforgettable.
How Nuclear Power Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America's Energy Odyssey
Quite possibly the most important book about energy in a generation, Terrestrial Energy explain why now is the perfect time to renew our commitment to use the greatest scientific discovery of the 20th century as the solution to our energy dilemma.
The Untold Story of How Faith Works In America
When a chance encounter brought John Calhoun past back, he embarked on a two-year cross-country quest to find out what truly motivates some of America’s hardest-working public servants.
For the Women We Love
A Breast Cancer Action Plan and Caregiver's Guide for Men
ISBN ISBN 0-910155-71-2
For The Women We Love is a no-nonsense, highly-focused guide for men who are serious about helping women in their lives recover from breast cancer.
Tales Before Midnight
A World of Good and Evil. New Stories from Ted Mason, the author of the novel, Hostage to Fortune.
Under Three Empires
Under Three Empires speaks to the resiliency of humanity and the ultimate triumph of kindness, courage, and love.
The Ambassador’s Daughter
1380 B.C. In the streets of Wassukkanni, the capital of Mitanni, a beautiful slave lies dead.
When Mommy Had a Mastectomy
How can a child understand what a mastectomy and reconstruction are all about? Here is a book for children that addresses such questions in a simple, clear manner.
A Veteran's Struggle, A Woman's Triumph
By accepting tender guidance, but not dependence, WWII Veteran Anita Bloom fulfilled her dream of personal freedom, reminding us that the worthiest battles are seldom fought alone.
Life's Calculations, Misdirections, and Manipulations
The gyp, hoodwink, shuck, sandbag: An artform that has been passed down through generations of hustlers, con men, and freaks.