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Dear and Glorious Physician by Taylor Caldwell

Title Dear and Glorious Physician
Author Taylor Caldwell
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Release 1962
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Total Pages 602
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dear and Glorious Physician by Taylor Caldwell

Title Dear and Glorious Physician
Author Taylor Caldwell
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Release 1971
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Dear and Glorious Physician by Roland F. Fernand

Title Dear and Glorious Physician
Author Roland F. Fernand
Publisher Dramatic Publishing
Release 1963
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Total Pages 83
ISBN 9780871291165
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dear and Glorious Physician by Taylor Caldwell

Title Dear and Glorious Physician
Author Taylor Caldwell
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Release 1959
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Total Pages 574
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dear and Glorious Physician by Taylor Caldwell

Title Dear and Glorious Physician
Author Taylor Caldwell
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Release 1966
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Answer as a Man by Taylor Caldwell

Title Answer as a Man
Author Taylor Caldwell
Publisher Open Road Media
Release 2016-11-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 476
ISBN 1504038991
Language English, Spanish, and French
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New York Times Bestseller: In early 1900s Pennsylvania, the ambitious son of Irish immigrants pursues the American Dream in the face of injustice and intolerance. Fourteen-year-old Jason Aloysius Garrity is now of age to work full-time in a Pennsylvania coal factory, earning four dollars a week. His family left their hardscrabble life in Ireland to create a better one in America. But their shanty-like home on a street filled with outhouses, horse manure, and the ever-present odor of noxious gas is a hell all its own. Yet Jason possesses the passion and principles that will lift him out of the abject poverty surrounding his widowed mother, fanatically religious younger brother, and manipulative crippled sister. With World War I looming on the horizon, Jason begins to make his way in Belleville’s burgeoning business world. He marries beautiful, wealthy Patricia Mulligan, unaware that their union is built on a deception that will have far-reaching consequences not only in his life but in the lives of his three children. Filled with unforgettable characters, this masterful retelling of the Book of Job depicts one man’s will to succeed amidst the slings and arrows of fortune.

Never Victorious Never Defeated by Taylor Caldwell

Title Never Victorious Never Defeated
Author Taylor Caldwell
Publisher Open Road Media
Release 2018-10-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 574
ISBN 1504053206
Language English, Spanish, and French
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New York Times Bestseller: A sprawling epic of an American railroad dynasty’s “sensational intrigues and stormy struggles for power” (The New York Times Book Review). Founded in Portersville, Pennsylvania, in the latter days of Andrew Jackson’s presidency, the Interstate is a small regional railroad with vast potential. Also, it is the birthright of Aaron deWitt’s sons: ruthless yet charming Rufus and stubborn, idealistic Stephen. When Stephen wins control of the Interstate, his victory starts a series of events that will roil the deWitt family for generations. Over decades, the Interstate grows into an enterprise capable of shaping the future of the nation. Yet, both its triumphs and defeats sow the seeds of the deWitt family’s downfall. Brothers plot against brothers, sons demean fathers, wives betray husbands—all in pursuit of monumental power. Not even Cornelia, Rufus’s beautiful and cunning daughter, can ensure that the deWitt family name won’t disappear. Spanning nearly a century, Never Victorious, Never Defeated is a brilliant dramatization of the lives of America’s robber barons and further proof that Taylor Caldwell “never falters when it comes to storytelling” (Publishers Weekly).

The Sound of Thunder by Taylor Caldwell

Title The Sound of Thunder
Author Taylor Caldwell
Publisher Open Road Media
Release 2016-11-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 570
ISBN 1504039041
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the New York Times–bestselling author of Captains and the Kings: A self-made man sacrifices everything for his family in turn-of-the-century New York. The son of a socialist German shopkeeper, Edward Enger has one dream: to turn his father’s modest delicatessen into an empire. With an astute head for business and talent for making money, he achieves success beyond his wildest imagination. Yet something is keeping him from enjoying his extraordinary good fortune. Fourteen-year-old Edward believed he would love ten-year-old Margaret Proster all the days of his life . . . until she moved away. Now, she has returned and is planning to marry another man, someone very close to Edward. His need to succeed at all costs drives him to take on this latest challenge, along with more mortgages, more debt, and speculative investments on Manhattan’s burgeoning Wall Street. A man does not become powerful without making enemies, and as his family life begins to unravel, a day of reckoning is nearing. Soon Edward will have to confront a painful event from his boyhood—a secret buried deep inside that he has never told another living soul. A man in the right place at the right time, Edward’s meteoric ascent coincides with the rise of America’s middle class as the nation transforms from an agricultural and industrial force to a financial world leader. But his success comes at a great cost in this towering novel of love and sacrifice by one of our most gifted storytellers.

To Look and Pass by Taylor Caldwell

Title To Look and Pass
Author Taylor Caldwell
Publisher Open Road Media
Release 2018-10-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 286
ISBN 1504053249
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the bestselling author of Captains and the Kings: The story of a blacksmith’s son, a small town, and a secret dark enough to seal a man’s fate. Raised in a two-room shack behind his father’s smithy shop, Dan Hendricks was marked as an outcast from earliest childhood. The people of South Kenton assumed the poor, gangly boy would become as shiftless and dissolute as his drunkard father. Despite the withering judgment and abuse, Dan manages to remain honest and open-hearted into adulthood. He founders in his attempt to find the tenderness and support a man needs. He cannot be with the woman he truly loves, and the one he marries takes a perverse pleasure in seeing him suffer. At the limits of his endurance, when Dan finally breaks we are left to wonder whether this is a destiny foretold or a senseless tragedy. Full of the force and passion of Taylor Caldwell’s best-known novels, To Look and Pass is a revealing portrait of the dark side of small-town America from an author who “never falters when it comes to storytelling” (Publishers Weekly).

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