Some of My Favorite Books
The following is just a partial list of some of my Favorite Books written by authors I have had the pleasure of connecting with through
Social Media and on our Call-In Talk Show
So many of them are actually memoirs sharing TRUE LIFE experiences.
All are solid reading
Arch Patton, middle-aged CIA operative, finds himself associated with his unrequited love, Virginia
and a band of Hawaiians Natives.
A must-read book based on true life events giving all an understanding of the passion and kindred connections between horse, man, and the creator. It provides an easy-to-understand and proper way to approach the horse to develop a long-lasting partnership.
A hungry mouse trys to get peanut butter from a trap is thrown to the table, chased, and hides. This delightful story is illustrated by the talented Donna J Setterlund
Insurgency forces build against the Sandinista Government of Nicaragua. The story opens in Tegucigalpa during the Contra War in 1985. A covert airdrop malfunction leaves C-123 Loadmaster in Sandinista territory.
Arch Patton, the slightly aging CIA operative, finds himself assigned to a secret mission, ostensibly to secure the freedom of the son of a portly United States Senator,
“Children’s Books The Way They Used To Be” A Dog Named Saturday is a book for young people of all ages. Stories of exploring the wonders of the natural world, of joy, discovery, love, & life lessons told by and with Saturday, a special beagle…
Mocked and bullied for his large size by students and teachers alike, Roland Henderson was friendless and suicidal. But he will meet two women who gave him strength to stand up.
This novel is about the life of Beth Worthington, a young Christian woman who has overcome a number of tragedies since childhood. It follows her spiritual journey from a young ten-year-old girl through to mature adult
A collection of letters from the love of Nancy Lou Henderson’s life, Frank Henderson, and the wonderful life they enjoyed, thanks to God’s Blessings.
Most of my working life has been spent repairing, customizing, and building vehicles. I reveal what went on in the repair shops and on the factory floor. Let my Time Machine take you back to bear witness to what I have seen,
In 1971, Frank Henderson left his home & his new wife, me, to fight in the Vietnam War. The distance would neither quell passion nor stop their love
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