Dear Jeff by Kerry Gough offers a collection of letters written by a grieving father to reach reconciliation with his adopted African American son who passed away in a motorcycle accident. Writing with candid and often brutal honesty, Gough, a civil rights lawyer discusses his troubled relationship with Jeff, the mistakes he made as a father, and those precious moments when Jeff was the charming, loving son the family longed for.
When Chana Wilson was seven years old, her mother attempted suicide. The gun jammed and she was taken away. Years later Chana learned the secret of her mother’s anguish: a love affair with another married woman. Riding Fury Home spans forty years of the intense relationship between Chana and her mother—the trauma of their early years together, the joy they found when they both came out in the 1970s and the deep bond that grew between them.
Happy Foods: A Guide to the Gluten-Free Good Life with Over 100 Mood-Boosting Recipes. As a chef, nutritionist, and cooking instructor, Karen Wang Diggs has helped hundreds overcome eating issues and arrive at a food lifestyle that has them smiling again. From dealing with diabetes to smart and safe approaches to weight loss and even helping cancer patients find foods that give them a new lease on life, Diggs' know-how and food smarts are packed into the clean cuisine of Happy Foods.
Crimson Coat by Bruce Fessenden is a book of poetry that is direct and immediate, speaking right from within the depths of the soul, resounding within life. And it is intensely spiritual without announcing itself as such. “Quarters and dimes I give to the rich man up the street, desperation and openness I give to the world.”
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