In His Fathers Footsteps
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📒In His Father S Footsteps ✍ Danielle Steel
✏In His Father s Footsteps Book Summary : In His Father’s Footsteps is a sweeping story of courage, ambition and the love between three generations of family. April, 1945. As the Americans liberate the Buchenwald concentration camp, among the survivors are Jakob and Emmanuelle, barely more than teenagers. With help, they make their way to New York, resolved to make a new life on the Lower East Side, working at gruelling, poorly paid jobs. Decades later, Jakob has achieved enormous success, showing his son Max that America is truly the land of opportunity. Max is a Harvard graduate with friends among the wealthiest families in the world, and he chooses a perfect bride to start the perfect American family. Max’s lavish lifestyle is unimaginable to his cautious, old-world parents. But after the birth of his children, and with a failing marriage, he fears his wife is not the woman he thought she was. Angry and afraid, Max must learn what it means to truly walk in his father’s footsteps, setting an example to his children.
📒In His Father S Footsteps ✍ Colin Huntley Price
✏In His Father s Footsteps Book Summary : AU Author. This is the story of a young West Australian who never knew his father; an Irish Missionary who had devoted his life to helping the population of a Korean island and an Englishman who had spent his life in East Asia. Together they confronted criminals from three countries in between fighting off one of the more virulent bacterial animal infections known to man.
📒His Father S Footsteps ✍ Bruce Boucher
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📒His Father S Footsteps ✍ Enrico Downer
✏His Father s Footsteps Book Summary : In 1958, Barbadian Mark Maynard learns that his father has been murdered in America, shot dead on a sidewalk in New York City. He rushes to New York where he finds the case has been abandoned due to the lack of a single reliable witness. He vows never to return home until the killer is caught and brought to justice, either by a system of laws or by his own hands. His suspicions rest on those who were in his father's inner circle: Angela Santana, a lady friend of his father, who was in his company on the night of his death, her cuckold husband, Glenn Corbin, and an affiliate of the New York Mafia, Bruno Giuseppe, who also might have wanted him dead. He also learns of his late father's unconventional affairs in a society not yet receptive to interracial couples. He is befriended by his father's bedmate, Maria Townsend. After sixteen long years, a trail of blood leads him to Montgomery, Alabama, where he is rudely awakened to a divided America, one of strict segregated laws. But by virtue of walking in his father's footsteps, he also finds himself in a transracial love affair of his own, a relationship forbidden in the South. The woman is Paula Schroeder, the daughter of Senator Gilmore Schroeder, a reputed Klansman. The affair renders him a target of the notorious Ku Klux Klan.With her connections, she passes to Mark a trove of her father's secret plans to launch a chapter of the KKK in New York. The incriminating secrets form the basis of a book he writes and hopes to publish to trap the killer. But the book becomes a lightning rod attracting unto itself a series of assaults and killings. From the South to the North he finds himself caught in a web of terror. Will he find his father's killer before he himself is killed. Will a father's footsteps also lead his son to his grave?
📒Not My Father S Footsteps ✍ Bryan Dean
✏NOT MY FATHER S FOOTSTEPS Book Summary : There are several thousand, if not millions of married men who are in the closet today. For the majority of these men, dating, marriage, family and careers have kept them there. Fears of separation from family, loss of friends, and loss of job are those things which cause them to hide behind the mask of heterosexual male. These men had little if no opportunity to explore this after adolescence. Many lived in small towns across the country. They have lived with fear, anxiety and guilt. Many successfully hid it from their wives. Some did not. The evolution of the Internet opened many doors for these men. Statistics prove that coming out usually ends in divorce. Not My Father's Footsteps takes a look at one such journey an odyssey that in less than a year took him from inside the closet to a new life outside. It is a journey of love and torment, and finding love again. It is the story of seedy spas and confinement in the psychiatric ward for a brief time. By going back to his roots, he has been able to come out of his darkness and into the light of being a gay man.
📒In My Father S Footsteps ✍ Gwilym Davies
✏In My Father s Footsteps Book Summary : In 1944-45, Capt. G.H. Davies served with the hard-fighting 53rd Welsh Division. He was an artillery officer in command of a battery of 25-pdr field guns and saw action from Normandy to the final surrender of Nazi Germany. Capt. Davies was present at the Normandy battles, the fierce fighting for s'Hertogenbosch and the Battle of Arnhem.During the course of the war, Capt. Davies kept a diary and also snatched a few photographs on his treasured camera. When the opportunity arose Capt. Davies liberated a camera from a fallen SS officer and, after the war, had the film developed. The film contained graphic images of the war from the German side of the line.Seventy years on from the events, the wartime diary, the photographs of the guns and the photographs taken by the dead SS officer were the inspiration for the son of Capt. Davies, television producer and writer Gwilym Davies, to undertake an emotional return to the battlefields, which his father had described in his diary.The result of that pilgrimage is an important new book which builds upon the wartime diary and the photographs to produce a powerful record of one man's war service with the guns of the 53rd Welsh Division. The book also contrasts the experience of Capt. Davies with those of the Germans on the other side of the line. Gwilym Davies is himself an accomplished photographer and his photographs of the 70th anniversary celebrations and the memorials provide a poignant counterpoint to the events of 1944.
📒To Walk In Our Fathers Footsteps ✍ Cecil Cory
✏To Walk in Our Fathers Footsteps Book Summary : After the war with the waste landers to the north the remaining people were freed, hope and some prosperity returned to the land. Many families that had been separated for generations were once again reunited. These new mouths to feed and house soon became a burden on the land and the people to the south. A rift had grown between the Twin Suns system and the Sol system. The Council of Elders said that Karl Artuso and all off worlders were to leave their planet. The younger generation where grown and it was their time to chose their paths. Many had joined the Space Rangers to help the Sol system defend themselves from the pirates that were attacking the shipping trade. Others had attended the school in the Blue Mountain and were trying to change the planet for a better future. Little did they know that their nemesis was about to return.
📒In His Father S Shadow ✍ Stanley A. Renshon
✏In His Father s Shadow Book Summary : From a pampered son who showed little promise, to his rise to the presidency, George W. Bush has transformed himself through acts of will and faith. Stanley Renshon examines the psychological transformation of Bush and identifies those pivotal changes that allowed him to achieve success in his personal life and in the political arena, and shows how Bush's personal transformation has come to shape his political policies. The man who battled--and defeated--his own inner demons has become a president determined to battle the demons of terrorism and extremism that prevent democracy from flourishing around the world. This psychological portrait provides a much-needed antidote to prevailing critiques that ridicule Bush's values and policies, as it celebrates his resolve and strong leadership.
📒The Father S Footsteps ✍ L. A. Brown
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📒A Father S Footsteps ✍ Steven R. Perkins
✏A Father s Footsteps Book Summary : On a company golf outing, in Myrtle Beach, computer account executive Mike Anderson encounters clues to a past he never knew he had. Along the way he discovers a new love of the game, but finds something even more important...himself.