Golf Made Easy! A Backward Approach To Learning Golf….. Or Is It? by Jeffrey W Kern
The basics of golf are presented with putting being taught first. This goes against all traditional methods of teaching, where driving is the first thing taught. But since half the game of golf is putting, why not learn it first? Plus, it’s fun to be able to put the ball in the hole on your very first lesson!
Golf Made Easy! A Backward Approach to Learning Golf … Or Is It? contains all the basic knowledge you need to know about the game. This how-to book provides the A to Z for golf aficionados in a logical, simple, and fun way.
. . . And the Whippoorwill Sang by Micki Peluso
This is a non-fiction funny, poignat family story of love, loss and survival.
tagline: Happy times, a sunny day, a driving drunk, eight lives forever changed.
“He Killed Our Janny”: A Family’s Search for the Truth by Sherrie Lueder
A chilling tale of unspeakable physical and sexual child abuse and a mother’s fatal journey with a very evil man. “The Hansens appeared to be a glamorous family blessed with success. But behind the closed doors was a story of drugs, orgies, physical and sexual assault, and constant fear.”
Mr Briggs’ Hat by Kate Colquhoun
On the night of 9 July 1864, a man was thrown from a train in North London. He had been beaten and robbed, and died soon afterwards: the first person to be murdered on the British railways. Mr Briggs’ Hat follows the investigation into the death of Thomas Briggs, and Kate Colquhoun combines meticulous research with sharp storytelling as she guides us through the mores of Victorian London. From Madame Tussaud’s Chamber of Horrors and headlines screaming foul murder to a steam-powered dash across the Atlantic in pursuit of Briggs’ killer, Mr Briggs’ Hat is not only a pacy murder-mystery, but also a meditation on the nature of truth and justice.