More about the books: Mariano's Crossing by David Jessup Based on real people and historic events in post-Gold Rush Colorado, Mariano's Crossing relates the mesmerizing struggle between Mariano Medina, former mountain man and friend of Kit Carson, his Indian wife, Takánsy, and young John Alexander, the son of a hardscrabble sawmill owner, over the future of the Medina's 15-year-old daughter, Lena. Their tug of war soon spirals out of control as secrets past and present propel them toward their final, haunting encounter.
Quinton's Messages by Ernie Jackson In 2009, the Jackson family was forever transformed when their nine-year-old son Quinton was killed in a tragic accident. In this memoir, Jackson explores his family's lives leading up to the crash and details the accident and its resulting effects on the family. Quinton's Messages is a story of loss, grief and hope, recounting how the Jackson family survived the sorrow they experienced after their loss.
A Mad Desire for God by Karen Tenney In 2010 a diagnosis of inoperable brain cancer forced Karen to face her own mortality and begin preparing herself for her death. Two years later a miraculous recovery gave her a second chance at life, and the opportunity to continue pursuing the spiritual freedom she longed for. Follow Karen on her astounding spiritual journey that embodies the desires, passions, and independence of a modern woman.
The Trust Frequency: Ten Assumptions for a New Paradigm by Andrew Cameron Bailey & Connie Baxter Marlowe A visionary synthesis of quantum science, Eastern mysticism, wisdom and plain common sense. This practical self-help handbook guides us through the next phase of our personal evolution and sets us firmly on the high road to happiness. It will change your life, and the lives of those around you and is essential reading for those longing for an upward quantum shift in their own reality and in that of society at large.
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