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Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.A former criminal defense attorney and legal analyst for USA Today, CNN and ESPN, Mark Shaw is the author of 25 books and counting. His most recent is "The Reporter Who Knew Too Much: The Mysterious Death of What's My Line TV Star and Media Icon Dorothy Kilgallen." Additional books include "The Poison Patriarch," Miscarriage of Justice," "Stations Along the Way," "Down for the Count," "Beneath the Mask of Holiness," "Larry Legend," "Bury Me In Pot Bunker," and "How to Become a Published Author: Idea to Publication."Mr. Shaw has written for USA Today, Huffington Post, and the Aspen Daily News. He formally was a host or correspondent for ABC's Good Morning America, CBS's People, The World of People, Disney's The Scheme of Things and also hosted a three hour radio program in the Midwest. He is married to librarian Wen-ying Lu and lives in the San Francisco area.More about Mr. Shaw may be learned at markshawbooks.com and on Wikipedia.
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Forever Flying an Autobiography of R. A. "Bob" Hoover
Fifty Years of High-flying Adventures, From Barnstorming in Prop Planes to Dogfighting Germans to Testing Supersonic Jets, An Autobiography
Bob Hoover - Aug 01, 1997
Barnstormer, World War II fighter, test pilot, aerobatic genius -- Bob Hoover is a living aviation legend, the man General James "Jimmy" Doolittle called "the greatest stick and rudder pilot who ever lived." Hoover's career spans the history of American aviation, and now he tells his amazing story with all the flat-out honesty and gusto that have m...
Why is What’s My Line? TV star and Pulitzer-Prize-nominated investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen one of the most feared journalists in history? Why has her threatened exposure of the truth about the JFK assassination triggered a cover-up by at least four government agencies and resulted in abuse of power at the highest levels? Denial of Justic...
For Vera Konig, a Christian German nurse, the decision is clear: She must risk her life and that of Andrea, an orphaned Russian girl she is hiding at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp by trusting the enemy, a Nazi prison guard who may save Andrea or parade them both before a firing squad.Based on a true story, this daunting scenario sets the stage for...
Packed with inside information about how World Golf Hall of Famer Pete Dye hoodwinks golfers of all skill levels, Bury Me In A Pot Bunker presents valuable tips to strategically play Dye’s courses and any courses through understanding the architect’s bedeviling mindset. Also included are Pete’s design philosophies as well as humorous “Dye-isms” chr...
Tells the story of how Pete Dye designed his courses and includes anecdotes about some of the greatest golfers in the world....
Cecelia's diary is a lasting reminder of why the struggle must continue to insure that the dark days of Nazi-like oppression will never happen again....
Written by a published author for aspiring authors, How to Become a Published Author: Idea to Publication provides practical advice for every writer who dreams of becoming published. Guaranteed to inspire, this reference book is the only guide you will ever need. You'll learn: How to decided if your book concept has publishing potential, How to cre...
She thought he was dead. He never knew she existed. Stung by the rejection of his step-children during a nasty divorce after a war of words with legendary coach Bobby Knight, a famous author begins a spiritual journey leading him to seminary and a new love. He is then shocked when the husband of forty-year-old adoptee Marni Morrison tells him he ma...
Was former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson falsely accused? Was the trial that convicted him of rape a fair one? Did so-called "Baddest Man on the Planet" deserve to be imprisoned? These questions and more are answered in Falsely Accused: Mike Tyson and the Rape Trial that Destroyed a Champion." Written by former criminal defense lawyer and ...
By all accounts, the perfect game pitched by New York Yankee right-hander Don Larsen in the 1956 World Series qualifies as a true miracle. No one knows why it happened, or why an unlikely baseball player such as Don Larsen was the one who tossed it. In The Perfect Yankee, Larsen and co-author Mark Shaw describe for the first time the facts surround...
Based on practical advice from Mark Shaw, the author of fifteen published books, Book Report is the only reference on book publishing alternatives writers will ever need. Readers will learn: How To Decide if Your Book Concept has Publishing Potential, How to Create Unique Storytelling Ideas, How To Improve Writing Skills, Why It Is Important to Mar...
Miscarriage of Justice by Mark Shaw
Stations Along the Way by Ursula Martens
No Peace for the Wicked by Mark Shaw
Diamonds in the Rough by Mark Shaw
From Birdies to Bunkers (One) by Alice Dye, Mark William Shaw
Grammar Report by Mark Shaw
Poetry Report by Jim Walker, Mark Shaw
Down for the Count by Mark Shaw
A Citizen's Guide to Crime Trends in South Africa by Anine Kreigler, Mark Shaw
Clydesdales by Mark William Shaw
Writers' Report by Mark Shaw
The Reporter Who Knew Too Much by Mark Shaw
Melvin Belli by Mark Shaw
Jack Nicklaus by Mark Shaw
Collateral Damage by Mark Shaw
The Poison Patriarch by Mark Shaw
From Birdies to Bunkers by Alice Dye, Mark Shaw
Beneath the Mask of Holiness by Mark William Shaw
Nicklaus by Mark Shaw
Larry Legend by Mark William Shaw