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With writing that is “nothing less than brilliant” (Booklist) comes the third in the witty, sexy Winner Takes All series from Kate Noble! Dr. Rhys Gray and Miss Margaret Babcock are friends—strictly friends. But over the course of the year, as they exchange dozens of letters, they share personal details that put them on the path to something more. When Dr. Gray helps Margaret realize her dearest dream and she comes to his defense in the uproar that follows, it seems that their connection cannot be denied. But will their relationship stand the scruples of society and jealous intendeds, or are they destined to be only friends, and nothing more? The perfect novel for fans of Regency Era romance, The Dare and the Doctor is a clever and passionate love story worth sharing.
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This book is the story of a remarkable doctor,Glenn Warner. He was a pioneer in the use of immunotherapy to treat his cancer patients and the absolute conviction that wellness is achieved by treating the whole person. It was a concept unacceptable to some in the medical community and they carried on a relentless campaign to deny him his license to practice medicine. More and more, what he believed is being accepted by both patients and doctors. Eventually, I believe he will be completely vindicated.
How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, renowned pediatrician and author advises parents on home treatment and diagnosis of colds and flus, childhood illnesses, vision and hearing problems, allergies, and more. PLUS, a complete section on picking the right doctor for your child, step-by-step instructions for knowing when to call a doctor, and much more.
Difference Makers: Stories of Those Who Dared Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Difference Makers: Stories of Those Who Dared is a different sort of book. It features many big names from corporate titans to ministers to social entrepreneurs. But it is not just a compilation of feel-good success stories and minting millions. It is a celebration of the human spirit, of daring, drive and doggedness to make a difference. The endeavours within will make you tear, chortle, sigh, reflect and renew your faith that all things are possible. It is guaranteed to make a difference to your life. Contents:Elim Chew: From Dropout Punk to Wizard of 77th StreetCharles Schulz: Good GriefIrene Ison: You Lose a Wrinkle Whenever You LearnSam Leong: Spy Who Keeps an Eye on “The Woks''Vincent Lo: If at First You Don't Succeed in China …Carlos Ghosn: From Public Enemy No 1 to Corporate HeroEe Tai Ting: Bittersweet Fruits of Hard LabourDiana Young: One Who Got Her Dreams Off the GroundStan Shih: Better to Be a Chicken's Head Than an Ox's TailTharman Shanmugaratnam: Been There, Done That, and ThrivedBunker Roy: A True VolunteerLim Hua Min: Who Says Business Is All About Profits?Dr Everett Worthington: The Healer Within Dr ForgivenessPhua Kok Khoo, Doreen Liu: Love and Business in an Ivory TowerLiew Mun Leong: CEO Who Enjoys Being DifficultMichael Bloomberg: Business is Personal — Don't You Dare ResignNgiam Tong Dow: Stop Dancing to the Tune of the GorillaAnthony Yeo: Life Can Be Rich Without RichesDr Chia Boon Hock: Singapore's Suicide ShrinkProfessor Feng Pao Hsii: Doctor Who Made Aches and Pains His Calling Readership: General audience interested in people who have struck a different path in their lives. Keywords:Interviews;Life;Difference;Susan Long;The Straits TimesKey Features:A compilation of true stories of personalities who have ventured onto the unbeaten path to make a difference in their own and other people's livesSusan Long wrote the piece entitled “The NKF: Controversially Ahead of its Time” published in The Straits Times on 19 April 2004, which the National Kidney Foundation and its CEO TT Durai had claimed defamation over the mention of a “gold-plated tap”. The NKF and Durai subsequently withdrew their cases, but not before how the NKF had managed the use of public funds, such as Durai's salary, the amount of reserves, etc, was revealed in the courts. This led to a huge public outcry that saw thousands canceling their donations to NKF, and the resignation of the NKF board and its CEO
Throughout their history, the Guardian and the Observer have avidly reported the worlds of exploration and adventure travel. In the 19th century, they covered the British and European explorers who were trying to fill in the 'blanks on the map' - crossing deserts, racing to the poles, searching for the source of the Nile and trying to be the first to master the peaks of the Alps, and, later, the Himalaya. By the turn of the 20th century, interest turned to Everest, the 'third pole', to the deserts that needed to be conquered, and also to the new ways of exploring that opened up a whole new world of adventure - airships over the North Pole and Citroen driving across the Sahara in the 1920s, to name but two. In the post-war period, explorers upped the ante - who would be the first to row across the great oceans? Travel unsupported to the Poles? Climb Everest without oxygen? Add to this the vogue for recreating great voyages (the most famous being the Kon Tiki and Vinland expedition to Greenland) and soon the newspapers were brimming with tales of derring-do. This collection draws together a unique collection of first person accounts, news reports and - inevitably - obituaries that demonstrate the awe-inspiring lengths to which explorers and adventurers have gone to push back the boundaries of human endeavour. - Gordon Laing's doomed journey to Timbuctoo in 1828 - Captain Webb's epic swim across the English Channel in 1875 - Wilfrid Thesiger's 1940s crossing of the Rub' al Khali, - Aron Ralston's harrowing experience in 2003, when he amputated his lower right arm in order to free himself from a rockfall Capturing not only the adrenaline rush the adventurers feel when stepping out into the unknown but also the fear and trepidation that set in when things start to go wrong, Those Who Dared is an adventure anthology that will satisfy the yearnings of the hardened explorer and armchair traveller alike.
THE GREAT ADVENTURE Boxed Set: 56 Action-Adventure Classics, Spy Thrillers & Historical Novels Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This grand collection includes all Scarlet Pimpernel Adventures, as well as Action-Thrillers and other Adventure Novels by Emma Orczy: The Scarlet Pimpernel Series: The Laughing Cavalier The First Sir Percy The Scarlet Pimpernel Sir Percy Leads the Band The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel I Will Repay The Elusive Pimpernel Lord Tony's Wife The Way of the Scarlet Pimpernel Eldorado Mam'zelle Guillotine Sir Percy Hits Back Adventures of the Scarlet Pimpernel The Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel A Child of the Revolution In the Rue Monge Pimpernel and Rosemary The Scarlet Pimpernel Looks at the World Other Novels: The Emperor's Candlesticks Beau Brocade The Nest of the Sparrowhawk The Heart of a Woman (A True Woman) The Bronze Eagle Leatherface The Honourable Jim The Celestial City Marivosa A Joyous Adventure The Uncrowned King Short Stories: The Man in Grey Silver-leg The Spaniard The Mystery of Marie Vaillant The Emeralds of Mademoiselle Philipa The Bourbon Prince The Mystery of a Woman's Heart The League of Knaves The Arrow Poison The Last Adventure Castles in the Air A Roland For His Oliver A Fool's Paradise On The Brink Carissimo The Toys Honour Among –– An Over-Sensitive Heart
Farming: The Beautiful Doctor Wife Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Modern medicine students forget the heart, once dressed into an ancient peasant girl. Initially, he only wanted to make a fortune through his medical skills, but he didn't expect that he would have to fight a hooligan and outdo a shrew. Although the situation was unsatisfactory, it was a good thing that the medicinal field, the opening of a medical clinic, and the passing of days! Shen Cangxin, set a small goal and fight for it ... Woo! Woo! Envy, good girl. First, earn a child. Shen Wansan:?
In the early days of motion pictures—before superstars, before studio conglomerates, before even the advent of sound—there was a woman named Pearl White (1889–1938). A quintessential beauty of the time, with her perfectly tousled bob and come-hither stare, White's rise to stardom was swift; her assumption of the title of queen of American motion picture serials equally deserved. Born the youngest of five children in a small, rural Missouri farm town, White first began performing in high school. She would eventually make the decision to cut her education short, dropping out to go on the Trousdale Stock Company. A bit player in the early years of her career, she was eventually spotted by the Powers Film Company in New York. She made her film debut in 1910 and soon set herself apart from her female colleagues with her reputation for fearless performances that often involved her own stunt work. It was that same daring attitude that would put her on the map internationally as an actress. From flying airplanes to swimming across rapid rivers, to racing cars in serials like The Perils of Pauline (1914), White was undaunted by the demands of her onscreen career. She went on to star in popular serial classics such as The New Exploits of Elaine (1915), The Iron Claw (1916), The Fatal Ring (1917), and The Lightning Raider (1919). As active socially as she was professionally, White would also lend her audacious spirit to activism as she took part in the early feminist movement. Her bravery and mastery of her craft made her a positive role model for suffragettes who battled for women's rights in the United States. The Woman Who Dared: The Life and Times of Pearl White, Queen of the Serials, is the first full-length biography of this pioneering star. In this study of film history and female agency, Drew delves into the cultural impact of White's work and how it evolved along a concurrent trajectory with the social upheavals of the Progressive Era.
Women have been doing amazing, daring, and dangerous things for years, but they're rarely mentioned in our history books as adventurers, daredevils, or rebels. This new compilation of brief biographies features women throughout history who have risked their lives for adventure—many of whom you may not know, but all of whom you'll WANT to know, such as: • Annie Edson Taylor, the first person who dared to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel • Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman who dared to fly in space • Helen Gibson, the first woman who dared to be a professional stunt person • And many more! This is the perfect read for anyone who wants to know what it means to explore, discover, play, climb, and fight like a girl!
The Man Who Dared to Dream Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This is a story of tragedy, love, heartbreak, hope, humor, forgiveness, and the pure power of human compassion. An old man has been living on his own for many years. Although not considered a recluse or hermit, he does spend much time alone. He is guilt-ridden and has many regrets which he thinks about in his isolation. Mainly, it's the guilt of leaving his children on that day, those many years past. His guilt haunts him in the form of dreams and nightmares. The old man is a father whose heart aches with the love for his children, yet he finds it difficult to locate the level ground on which to have a relationship, as well as a level piece of ground to deal with the choices that he has made in his life. A bird of faith, not believed to exist, befriends him and stands by him, even to protect him from a near-death tragedy, and has the ability to locate him, no matter where he is. Although once a solid blackbird, it slowly changes to white as the man sheds his guilt. He develops a passion to make sketches of the bird, and this becomes a source that creates the problem. Due to certain circumstances, he ends up in a hospital mental ward. A continuous barrage of technicalities and other circumstances make it difficult for him to attain his freedom. He captures the love of a middle-aged, not-so pretty, recovering drug addict who along with her illiteracy had a speech impediment. A dedicated doctor finds he is not too old to learn a lesson about life from his patient. And two compassionate ward nurses befriend him and help him make life-changing decisions. His impact on them is no less life-changing. Hopefully, the man who dared to dream will capture your heart, as well.