General George C. Kenney – The Saga of Pappy Gunn

George Churchill Kenney (1889-1977) was a United States Army Air Force general during World War II. Kenney’s work narrates the remarkable life of Paul Irvin Pappy Gunn and his exploits during the Second World War. Gunn was an integral part of the war effort in the Pacific during WWII. Besides being a brilliant pilot, he was a formidable aviation engineer, a mechanical genius who could rebuild anything from an electric razor to an airplane engine or any of the planes hundreds of accessories. This book makes it clear why many admirals, generals, and soldiers considered Gunn as one of aviation’s great pioneers.
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Valerie Horn – Lupus: The Battle Within

Valerie Horn is a lupus patient that has been battling lupus for over 50 years. While living in New York City, her parents did whatever they could by taking her from hospital to hospital, until that one special doctor made a difference in her life. She shares her life story with admirable strength and courage, as she takes you through her most precious and private moments. You will follow Valeries journey from childhood, when she was first diagnosed, all the way into adulthood, as she talks about her marriage and divorce and raising a child. Her leap at love again left her heartbroken in another state, with two more children to raise…alone.
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