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Authors: Marshall Cohen.ROUGH CUTS: A Man, A Plan and A GymUplifting Stories
from the St. Louis 'Hood
Overcoming learning disabilities, abuse and depression, Cohen has devoted his life to helping St. Louis city children find a purpose and build bright futures. With the recognition of such renowned figures, as Colin Powell and football Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk, Cohen's Lift For Life Gym and Lift For Life Academy charter school, have given city kids safe places to learn, gather, work out, and be surrounded by people who care.
Linda Joffe Hull...ETERNALLY 21
The first installment in Hull's new series features mayhem, mystery and a crazy cast of characters. After her husband loses the family's savings in a Ponzi scheme, Maddie Michaels secretly moonlights as "Mrs. Frugalicious," an extreme couponing maven and author of a bargaining blog. When evidence points to Maddie as the prime suspect in a murder at the local mall, she must find the real killer before the police throw away her "get out of jail free" coupon.
Michael Kahn..THE FLINCH FACTOR: A Rachel Gold Mystery
Kahn's eighth mystery featuring stunning and savvy lawyer Rachel Gold, opens with the suspicious death of a hunky contractor; two overlapping cases; and an eccentric judge. When witnesses begin disappearing, Rachel fears for the safety of her family. With support from Benny Goldberg, her crude but irrepressible best friend, and Jacki Brand, her fiercely loyal law partner, Rachel presses on to the final courtroom confrontation.
Pat Lorraine Simons.BROTHERS ON THE RUN: Fleeing Hitler, Fighting Franco
Based on the true story of her father and uncle, Simons, founder of Ready Readers, takes you on a high-velocity ride. Two teenage Jewish brothers barely escape death at the Nazis' hands in pre-World War II Europe only to find themselves crisscrossing the continent as refugees living on luck, daring, and wits. Denied entry into the U.S., the boys enlist as soldiers in the Spanish Civil Wara fateful decision that indelibly scars them and serendipitously opens the door to freedom.
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St. Louis, MO 63146
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