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Viet Man

* Winner of the Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) Gold Medal for Best Literary FictionViet Man is about the transformation of a young man who enlisted in the Navy during the Viet Nam War, was trained as a hospital corpsman, was transferred into the Marine Corps, then sent to Viet Nam where he joined the elite First Recon.It is a first person narrative of alternating episodes experienced ...

Waking to Beauty

In Waking to Beauty, Rosalyn W. Berne explores the extraordinary experiences that have shaped her spiritual journey. This book follows When the Horses Whisper, which details the author's capacity to “hear” and speak with horses, an unexpected gift that changed her understanding of who we are as human beings, in our connection to other beings. Waking to Beauty considers the early childhood ...

Wearing the Robe

What do Hammurabi, Solomon, and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. have in common? They all presided as judges, relying on a precise understanding of the law to mete out justice. Today’s judges, too, have a significant opportunity to intelligently resolve disputes and artfully change lives, but they also face many other daily challenges. Unfortunately, there is no real handbook for a practicing judge—or ...

Weight Loss Surgery

For the thousands of people affected by severe obesity, the decision to undergo weight loss surgery can be a matter of life and death. But it is not a simple procedure, and once done, it produces life-altering changes. To help you make the best possible choice, a dynamic team of experts has come together to share their experience, knowledge, and findings about weight loss surgery. Merle Cantor ...

West of Phoebe

This book consists of nine stories; most of which are loosely connected but no attempt was made to follow a timeline or storyline. They are intended to stand alone as short stories.  But, most take place in the mythical village of Phoebe in rural Virginia in the 1940s and 1950s. They are all told from the point of view of one narrator, many when the narrator was a child. Children in this time ...

West Point Atlas for Modern Warfare

Based upon the popular teaching atlases of the West Point Military History Series, the newest atlas in this series provides an insightful look at the military stategies, troop movements, physical terrain, and key engagements that shaped the course of modern warfare. This atlas covers over one hundred years of military history, including World War One; World War Two, both the European and Pacific ...

West Point Atlas for the American Civil War

This campaign-by-campaign account of the Civil War examines the economic, social, political, and military aspects of this turbulent period.

West Point Atlas for The Great War

World War I marked the end of the old military order and the beginning of the era of mechanized warfare. This is a thorough examination of the campaigns of the “war to end all wars.” It analyzes the development of military theory and practice from the prewar period of Bismark’s Prussia to the creation of the League of Nations.

West Point Atlas for the Wars of Napoleon

This fascinating study takes the reader from the early years of Napoleon’s career to his defeat at Waterloo. It is a penetrating look at the technology, tactics, logistics, strategy, and outstanding generalship that created an empire.

What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child

Glenn Doman—pioneer in the treatment of the brain-injured children and founder of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential—brings hope to thousands of children who have been sentenced to a life of institutional confinement. In What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child, Doman recounts the story of The Institutes’ tireless effort to refine treatment of the brain injured. He shares the ...

What to Do When You're Dead

What to Do When You’re Dead is a fascinating dialogue between the creator of the universe and a 46-year-old woman who, in her life, has been to hell and back. Imagine finding out that you may hold the secret to man’s survival. Imagine also learning for the first time why you were born and that your work on earth is already recorded in the book of life. It happened to Sondra Sneed, and you get a ...

What You Must Know About Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration—AMD—is the most commonly diagnosed eye disorder in people over fifty. Well over two million Americans have been told they have AMD, and that number is expected to grow substantially. While this is a frightening statistic, over the last several years, medical researchers have shown that a number of effective treatments can slow, stop, and even reverse the progress ...

What You Must Know About Allergy Relief

When most people have allergies, they know it. Symptoms come quickly and can range from mild reactions like sneezing and itching to severe, often debilitating effects like anaphylaxis. Millions of others, however, suffer from allergies and don’t even know it. Allergies and intolerances are often the hidden culprits that lie at the heart of a number of health conditions. If you are an allergy ...

What You Must Know About Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Many women are confused about the treatments available for menopause. While they may be experiencing severe symptoms, the news about Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) use is not encouraging. HRT may increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, breast cancer, and blood clots in the lungs and legs. On the other hand, there is lesser known treatment-Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy ...

What You Must Know About Dialysis

Dialysis can be a life-saving technique for the individual whose kidneys are unableto remove toxic waste and excess water from the blood. But over time, the processcan become both physically debilitating and psychologically difficult. To address theseissues, kidney specialist Dr. Rich Snyder has written a complete guide to dialysis.This book not only provides answers to common questions about ...