"Do what the other fella can’t. Be what the other fella ain’t, and then help the other fella.” Joe Hart has never let go of his uncle’s words. An orphan from the unspoiled Adirondack mountains, Joe leaves his humble beginnings and goes on to distinguish himself. But Joe's world crashes with an unexpected tragedy.
Katherine Kelly’s mentor says she has the makings of a good reporter, but to be great, she must learn to find the emotional core of a story and not hold back in its telling. Then he suggests one last grad school assignment: find someone who has influenced her family and tell that story.
The Conciliators finds Preston Wilson’s life imploding - this time as headline news. Under fire, thanks to the financial shenanigans of a longtime friend, the CEO finds himself in trouble with the FBI, the Russian mafia, and his creditors. He could lose everything and end up in jail.
In the spirit of The Last Lecture or Tuesdays with Morrie comes SEVEN LESSONS OF MY FATHER, a little book of mighty advice gleaned from the life experience of an old-fashioned family doctor and imparted to his son.
Born in the anticipation of the Second World War, James Kaufman grew up in a tiny village in rural upstate New York during a time of air raid drills, code names, and a level of poverty that left people reeling across America and his father being paid in bushels of corn or walnuts for his round-the-clock house calls. Such was the world of a family doctor in rural America in the 1940s, says Kaufman.