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Descript.
200 p. ; 23 cm.
Summary
"A world renowned therapist and conspiracy theorist, Dr. Tawnie Simms, is forced to escape her hometown when a group of unknown soldiers lay claim to the land and begin exterminating all citizens in the state of Idaho. She must protect her son and a dangerous secret as she and her new friend are forced to uncover the biggest conspiracy that she or the United States has ever seen.The first story told by MJ about his mother in a retelling of the first book of The World's End Series. The story is set in Idaho, 2021. The aftermath of a lust for greed and power, a mysterious entity harnesses the energy of an ancient weapon to use to their advantage. This book is filled with mystery, drama, and non-stop action. You don't want to miss what happens when the state of Idaho is locked down in this seat-edging, nail-biting, action thriller!" -- Amazon.com
Local Note
In order to recognize authors originally from or currently living in the Chesterfield County area, Chesterfield County Public Library has created a Local Author collection developed with materials donated by local authors. Since these materials may not be reviewed in sources typically utilized by its selectors, the Library is not applying the same collection development policy nor does the Library accept any responsibility for the content of materials appearing in this collection.
Genre
Local Subj
ISBN/ISSN
9781955254007 (pbk.)
1955254001 (pbk.)
Call #
LA KUT
Descript.
xii, 347 p. ; 23 cm.
Summary
"The never-before-told story of Reverends Lillian Russell and Mildred Long, the two earliest clergywomen in Virginia Methodism is based on years of research of primary sources.During the Great Depression, against all odds, petite, teenage, Lillian traveled from church to church as a powerful, popular evangelist. Then she served as the pastor of the Blandford Methodist Church in Petersburg for thirty-five years covering the decades of World War II and the civil rights and women's movements, forging a path for other women to follow. When the voices of the world ridiculed and minimized her, closed doors, and questioned her basic right to be there, she had no doubt as to God's claim upon her life. Nevertheless, she preached. After Mildred had attended six schools of higher education, been interviewed dozens of times, and attended hundreds of meetings , proving her competency time and time again to people over her, under her, and beside her; through hurled insults, closed doors, and unfounded doubts, she was granted the same clergy rights as men, opening another path for other women to follow. Nevertheless, she preached.As you follow these women through fifty years of service to their God, you will laugh with them, cry with them, and feel their hurt, rage, faith, exhaustion, and strength. You will be inspired to nevertheless live your own destiny." -- Amazon.com
Local Note
In order to recognize authors originally from or currently living in the Chesterfield County area, Chesterfield County Public Library has created a Local Author collection developed with materials donated by local authors. Since these materials may not be reviewed in sources typically utilized by its selectors, the Library is not applying the same collection development policy nor does the Library accept any responsibility for the content of materials appearing in this collection.
Subject
Genre
Local Subj
ISBN/ISSN
9798746860828 (pbk.)
Call #
LA AFO
Edition
Large print edition.
Descript.
262 p., : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Summary
"I am a survivor of suicide, and every moment that I choose to live abundantly and love much, I bring a part of my mom back to existence. My faith in God is the reason I'm still standing. It's been a long time coming, but my change is here. I'm moving forward with my life. To be continued..."--pg. 4 of cover
Local Note
In order to recognize authors originally from or currently living in the Chesterfield County area, Chesterfield County Public Library has created a Local Author collection developed with materials donated by local authors. Since these materials may not be reviewed in sources typically utilized by its selectors, the Library is not applying the same collection development policy nor does the Library accept any responsibility for the content of materials appearing in this collection.
Subject
Local Subj
ISBN/ISSN
9780578721132
0578721139
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