Picking Up the Pieces

Author: Denny McCartney

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1553696026

Category: Transportation

Page: 255

View: 9917


The book documents the history, experiences and hardships of an intrepid aircraft engineer in salvaging damaged aircraft in the wilderness of Northern Canada. It describes the difficult and hazardous situations demanding ingenuity, resourcefulness and a lot of difficult hard work. Within the book covers are the stories of the retrievals, temporary repairs and rescues of aircraft from Artic, Tundra, remote areas of Western Canada, lake bottoms, glaciers and trees. It shows the nature of the nothern people, their willingness to provide and unreservedly to help in order to finish the job successfully. Denny's over 50 years experience in the aviation field demonstrates a lesser known side of aviation that is from the engineers' and accident investigators' perspective. This book is the first of its' kind and once started, compels the reader to continue to the last page.

Picking up the Pieces

Author: Alvin Busby

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469102668

Category: Fiction

Page: 152

View: 6843


Book 1 Reuben James -- James Wilsons paternal father, Reuben James, has passed away, and he returns to his home town to pay his last respects and say goodbye. While there he discovers a diary that reveals who his real mother and father are and other startling facts. Book 2 Big Iron -- Texas Red botched the robbery job in Portal, Arizona and killed his younger brother. Now Darrin Liggett is tracking him and his gang down to bring them to justice. All the way to the town of Agua Fria he rode with the big iron on his hip. Book 3 School Bus Lovers -- Randy Wilcox has started having marital problems and has just started a new job as a school bus driver. While there he is given other duties and advanced training making him an invaluable employee. During this period he has fallen in love with and has numerous affairs with his new protegee. Book 4 I never Picked Cotton -- When he was just a baby, too little for a cotton sack, Alan played in the dirt while the others worked til they couldnt straighten up their backs. He made himself a promise, when he was big enough to run, that he would never stay a single day in that oklahoma sun. From then on it was fast cars and whiskey, long haired girls and fun. Alan had everything that money could bring and he took it all with a gun. Book 5 Long Black Veil -- Ten years ago on a cold dark night, there was someone killed beneath the town hall light. There were few at the scene but they all agreed the slayer who ran looked a lot like me. Now ten years later the new sheriff wants the murder reopened and investigated.

Picking up the Pieces

Author: Leah Light

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1463455933

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 296

View: 814


Earth-shattering events can and do happen in any and all facets of ones life. A relationship ends, a loved one dies, we may lose a job, our health, hopefully not all our marbles Picking up the Pieces is the story of a compound loss that becomes a second chance. From heartbreak can come healing; from defeat, recovery and discovery. Ultimately, this is a story of a woman coming into her own power and purpose. Her journey is shared through a unique and mystical viewpoint, as a healer with intuitive gifts. In the blink of an eye, an old way of life can vanish forever. And yet a new and possibly greater world is forming just out of viewthough some assembly may be required. Other Books by Leah Light We Are Becoming: Souls Evolving, AuthorHouse 2007; and Contributing Author of 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, Volume 2, Self-Improvement Online, 2006.

Picking up the Pieces

Author: Fred L. Ward

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1450003222

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 122

View: 7838


About the Book This book is about a young Marine who went through the entire battle of IWO JIMA just 43 days before his 19th birthday. Now less than two months from his 80th birthday, he is putting his memories on paper where it belongs. His memory is alive and well, his eyewitness accounts are extremely vivid and accurate. This former Marine is the author of his own book, Picking up the Pieces. You will find this book to be heart-breaking in its entirety, accurate and true. Youll find this book often times will give you the urge to cry. In writing this book, dont be surprised to see faded tear drops here and there, thats okay because it will make you appreciate this book more. I also hope that you will find the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the honesty of Lincoln, and the bravery of Geronimo in the determination and victory of this Marine. The Author P.S. In my old age, I try not to remember my battle experiences too often, but when I do, you know what? I cry too.

Picking up the Pieces

Author: Mark Anthony Williams

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1300536772

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 3603


Picking Up the Pieces

Author: Mustafa Chowdhury

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1503514943

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 620

View: 4584


Chowdhury describes the journeys to Canada of the first contingent of 15 “war babies” that were embraced by their adoptive parents when they reached their new homes in Canada in July 1972 breaking the racial boundaries and re-defining what a family could be. Products of one of the most outrageous crimes, these babies were conceived by Bangladeshi women victims of sexual crimes committed by the Pakistani military personnel in “Occupied Bangladesh.” Since it was a case of enforced pregnancy through penile penetration against the will of the victims, the “undesirable” newborns were seen as “disposable” or “throw-away” babies by both the birth mothers and the Bangladeshi society. Through sharp analysis, Chowdhury has illustrated with poignant vignettes an important fact of life – that human beings desire and need close relationships. Using archival records International Social Service, International Planned Parenthood Federation, Library and Archives Canada, Department of External Affairs and Manpower and Immigration in Canada and the Department of Labour and Welfare of the Government of Bangladesh, Missionaries of Charity and the Families For Children, Chowdhury examined the well-being of the war babies and their parents through the years with anecdotes of their rearing, nurturing, and becoming adults in Canada, the country they call “home.”

Picking Up the Pieces

Author: Maryann Jordan

Publisher: Maryann Jordan

ISBN: 1947214063

Category: Fiction

Page: 355

View: 6926


Lance Greene. Former military. Current artist. Recluse. Moving to Baytown was a chance to get away and forget the friends he lost on his last mission and the nightmares that followed. Staying away from people worked, until he met her. Jade Lyons. Elementary teacher. Sea glass collector. Eternal optimist. She embraced all that Baytown had to offer, especially her early morning walks on the beach to find sea glass. Until she met him… the overbearing, rude man with secrets. But sea glass works magic and when she discovers a body washed up on the shore, Lance vows to protect the woman who had wormed her way into his heart. Can picking up the pieces bring two souls together? Baytown Boys… Military duty called them away to war zones, but after tours overseas, the group of friends found their way back home as men, seeking the peaceful little seaside town. Now, the band of brothers, together once more, work to provide a place for less fortunate veterans to call home.

Picking Up the Pieces

Author: The Rev. Dr. Alva F. Hohl Jr.

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1480935085

Category: Religion

Page: 158

View: 8206


Picking Up the Pieces: When Faith and Culture Collide by Rev. Dr. Alva F. Hohl Jr. Alva Hohl offers engaging reflections on Christian life and faith. Born of years of experience as a Pastor and Teacher in the United Church of Christ, individuals and church groups will be enriched by engaging Rev. Hohl’s thoughtful and well written essays. The discussion/reflection questions he provides will help readers connect Hohl’s reflections with their own experiences. This is a wonderful church adult education resource. -Dr. John M. Bracke, Professor Emeritus, Eden Theological Seminary Picking Up the Pieces: When Faith and Culture Collide is an educational resource for the church. It is filled with theological reflections on life situations and issues calling the reader to be engaged. Questions at the end of each essay help the reader focus on the particular essence or message. However, Picking Up the Pieces: When Faith and Culture Collide is not only a resource for the church; it can be used for private devotions or meditation or with a study group. The essays come from a series of reflections the author wrote for his church newsletter. Some readers have found comfort in the essays, some had their consciences pierced, and some were moved to consider new behavior. The essays are meant to help the reader reflect and see life and faith differently.

Picking Up The Pieces

Author: Yolanda Roary

Publisher: Yolanda Roary

ISBN: 0578858908

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 54

View: 9987


Does your marriage seem like it is falling apart? Has the wife in you tried it her way and failed? This book is for the wife full of uncertainty, yet full of faith. For the woman ready to become who God created her to be in spite of infidelity.

Picking Up the Pieces

Author: Cherie Harwell

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 059543696X

Category:

Page: 68

View: 6639


Perseverance, endurance, dedication and revelation while learning to love again. A real life story about an addict receiving God at the altar. An altar experience you won't forget.