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Thomas Jefferson's America

by Pam Kingsbury

History buffs would be hard pressed to find a more complicated personality than Thomas Jefferson’s. Although he was a lifelong believer that “slavery destroys morals,” his family kept slaves, and he did not make arrangements to... Read More

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Living Beyond Miracles

by Pam Kingsbury

The authors seem to be a match made in heaven, here on earth. They are both practitioners of “self-development” and believers in the powers of holistic health care. They appreciate the power of humor, believe in divine inspiration,... Read More

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Introduction to Buddhism

by Pam Kingsbury

The night the Buddha was conceived, his mother had dreams of white elephants, ascension, and peace. Unconsciously, she knew her pregnancy and the birth of her son would be a source of great change for humanity. By beginning his narrative... Read More

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Falling Off Air

by Pam Kingsbury

Robin Ballantyne, the heroine of this audiobook, an amateur sleuth who earns her living as a television producer, is on extended maternity leave after the birth of twins, William and Hannah. After many years of floundering, she finally... Read More

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Losing the Garden

by Pam Kingsbury

In 1971 the author and her husband, Guy (who have together written five books and innumerable articles on wilderness preservation, mountain climbing, and the outdoor life) gave up jobs in New York to move to Vermont and homestead. A... Read More

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The Tarnished Eye AUDIO978

by Pam Kingsbury

This novel, like the author’s most famous book, Ordinary People, examines the sadness and loss that lurk just beneath the surface of family life. Sheriff Hugh DeWitt and his wife lost their infant son to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.... Read More

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Isabella of Castile

by Pam Kingsbury

First published in 1992 as one of many books commemorating the five-hundredth anniversary of Columbus’s transatlantic exploration, the re-release of this biography demonstrates that while Americans owe Queen Isabella a tremendous debt,... Read More

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