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Texas Tavern: Four Generations of The Millionaires Club
By author: Shari L. Dragovich
Product Code: P614
ISBN: 9780881467604
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Price: $23.00
On February 13, 1930, amidst the turmoil of the Great Depression, Isaac "Nick" Bullington, circus advance man, advertising guru, and entrepreneur wanderlust from Indiana, opened a tiny, shotgun-style, hamburger, hot dog, and chili joint in Roanoke, Virginia. TEXAS TAVERN: FOUR GENERATIONS OF THE MILLIONAIRES CLUB explores these questions as it tells the story of one family and their faithful stewardship of place: their restaurant and their community. It celebrates the Tavern's famous food, and it reveals the Tavern's true heartbeat through the love stories of its customers.

The Forever Wish of Middy Sweet
By author: Terry Kay   Afterword by: Jeff Fields
Product Code: H991
ISBN: 9780881467536
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Price: $24.00
Middy Sweet Young, a wealthy widow, returns to her hometown in Northeast Georgia in search of her youth, lured by a dreamy wish shared with Luke Mercer, her high school boyfriend: "One day we’ll be together…" THE FOREVER WISH OF MIDDY SWEET is the story of that prophecy--the former beauty queen and the retired history teacher reuniting fifty years after her vow.

The King Who Made Paper Flowers
By author: Terry Kay
Product Code: P615
ISBN: 9780881467727
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Price: $18.00
When Arthur Benjamin steps from a Greyhound bus in Savannah, Georgia, he is immediately robbed by an affable street magician named Hamby Cahill. It is Hamby's first act of thievery and the remorse of it so overwhelms him that he finds lodging for Arthur in The Castle, a warehouse supposedly owned by Melinda McFadden, an eccentric and fragile grande dame of imagined aristocracy who is known as Lady to the strange assembly of street people she has arbitrarily selected to be her Guests. There, Arthur finds his family--an ex-con shoplifter, a disgruntled seamstress, a young artist suspected of being a hooker, and a former boxer known as Lightning.

The Music of The Statler Brothers: An Anthology
By author: Don Reid   Foreword by: Bill & Gloria Gaither
Product Code: H990
ISBN: 9780881467512
Availability: In stock
Price: $29.00
THE MUSIC OF THE STATLER BROTHERS: AN ANTHOLOGY is an in-depth look at the musical career of The Statler Brothers's forty-year reign as country music's premier group. Lead singer, Don Reid, writes about each song ever recorded by the Grammy Award-winning foursome and gives backstage insight to the writings and the selections of each composition. Covering forty-five albums of original music, this is a must-read for all Statler Brothers fans and lovers of country and gospel music alike.

Theological Formation: Making Theology Your Own
By author: Mark Ellingsen
Product Code: P602
ISBN: 9780881467475
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Price: $35.00
This book is designed to help students of all denominations learn how to do theology for themselves! Mark Ellingsen introduces readers to all the major theological options for explaining the Church's doctrine which have appeared in the history of Christianity. Whether you're mainline Protestant, Catholic, Evangelical, or Eastern Orthodox, this is a book to help you determine which options make the most sense for you and your church, and then helps you decide what you believe.

Whose Woods These Are
By author: John Lane
Product Code: H993
ISBN: 9780881467611
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Price: $24.00
WHOSE WOODS THESE ARE takes place on Thanksgiving Day in a deep river bottom in a mythical Piedmont county, Morgan, South Carolina, a creation carried over from John Lane's first novel, the award-winning FATE MORELAND'S WIDOW. The story is told in four perspectives on the possible death and certain disappearance of Old Doc, an 85-year-old land owner/deer hunter and centers on a contested property boundary shared with the resident Mitchell family who have lived on the land since colonial times.

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