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Stolen From My Arms by Katherine Sapienza

Title Stolen From My Arms
Author Katherine Sapienza
Publisher Lighthouse Trails Publishing
Release 2020-03-09
Category
Total Pages 290
ISBN 9781942423492
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Katie Sapienza's six-year-old son is kidnapped by his estranged non-custodial father and taken to a foreign country, Katie's world falls apart. Leaving her California home and her supportive and frightened parents, Katie, in a state of panic and near hysteria, hops on a plane and flies half way around the world. She presents a meaningless warrant for Massimo's arrest to the Italian court system, but is immediately "legally" assaulted by them. She is shocked to learn that the Italian judge on the case has sided with the father and makes it clear that Katie is not welcome there, nor will they return her son to her.In despair, anguish, and heartbreak, Katie, who does not know of God's love and Christ's sacrifice, decides she must remain in Italy, figure a way to support herself, and develop a plan to get Alex safely back to the U.S. In her desperation and grief, Katie turns to alcohol and sedatives to make it through each torturous day and sleepless night. Forbidden unsupervised access to her son, kept under the watchful glare of suspicious Italian relatives, and emotionally withering under the barrage of false accusations and misrepresentations, Katie suffers both regular anxiety attacks and deep depression. Plan after plan to legally retake her son fails. Days turn into weeks, and weeks into months. When three years have passed, Katie now realizes she will never get her son back--at least not through the Italian legal system. She decides she must take a different course of action--a dangerous one, a very dangerous one, but this is her son, and she must do this.When she is introduced to an international team of covert operatives who specialize in rescuing kidnapped children, she arranges a secret meeting and pleads with them to help. The paramilitary team are committed Christians, and their hearts go out to this mother who has been driven to the edge of madness through the ordeal. If the money can be raised for the expensive and risky rescue attempt, they agree to do it. Their hope and prayer is that they can not only return to Katie her beloved son, now nine years old, but also lead her to the One who can rescue her as well from the anguish and desperation of her soul.A true, suspenseful, edge-of-your-seat, heart-rending story, which illustrates God's mercy and redemption.

Stolen Snapshots by Eric Zork Alan

Title Stolen Snapshots
Author Eric Zork Alan
Publisher
Release 2003-04
Category Art
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780972411141
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Stolen Snapshots: I am NOT a Poet is a quirky, sexy, sappy and highly illustrated book of performance poetry aimed at the people that hate poetry, yet have some poems hidden inside themselves. And, because it doesnt suck, famous foo-foo poets are fans of it too. No rhyming poetry has been allowed. You will actually understand it all.

Baby in My Arms by Madeline Harper

Title Baby in My Arms
Author Madeline Harper
Publisher Silhouette
Release 1996
Category Fiction
Total Pages 248
ISBN 9780373224005
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Baby In My Arms by Madeline Harper released on Oct 25, 1996 is available now for purchase.

Title Stolen from Me Finding Nate Book 2
Author Ginna Moran
Publisher Sunny Palms Press
Release 2016-04-12
Category
Total Pages 372
ISBN 1942073348
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After the Human Preservation Agency stole seventeen-year-old Mira Everson’s future, she learns that a second chance at living isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Struggling to find a place in a world she no longer belongs to, she must fight for her future as her past comes back to haunt her, and the HPA threatens to steal everything from her all over again. Nate Burnham faces a world of uncertainty as his new life revolves around murder and secrecy in order to stay alive. Now bound to Mira’s soul after giving her a fresh start, Nate realizes his actions have consequences. He finds himself running from the HPA while also facing new enemies who threaten his life. In a world where Nate and Mira don’t know who to trust, they must rely on themselves to make it out alive. Can they outrun their pasts and take control of their futures, or will they lose everything they’ve fought for?

Title The Federal Reporter
Author
Publisher
Release 1976
Category Law reports, digests, etc
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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If My Arms Could Hold by Doris Almon Ponsonby

Title If My Arms Could Hold
Author Doris Almon Ponsonby
Publisher
Release 1947
Category
Total Pages 360
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Stolen Sunshine by Smita Jhavar

Title Stolen Sunshine
Author Smita Jhavar
Publisher
Release 2002
Category Indic fiction (English)
Total Pages 160
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Religion And Business Have Dominated Marwari Homes For Centuries And Still Continue To Do So. Men Rarely Adhere To Strict Business Hours As Work Relentlessly. Still They Are Very Family Oriented. Family Does Not Mean One`S Wife And Children But It Extends To Grand Parents, Uncles, Aunts, Nieces, Newphews, Often Staying Together And For Whom They Feel Equally Responsible. The Talents Intelligence And Strengths Of Marwari Women Go Unrecognized And Underestimated. Traditions, Religion, Dogmas, Values And Elders-Marwari Girls Are Not Only Dominated By Them But Also By The Vague Perceptions Of The Munims, Servants And The Constant Fear Of What People Will Say. Radha Rejects Her Mother`S Religious Beliefs, But Succumbs To Tradition. Her Daughters Thought, Accept Their Grand-Mother Readily And Wholeheartedly. Krishna The Older One, Toes The Line Like Her Mother. Rukmini, The Younger One, Manoeuvres Her Way To Find A Place For Herself. But Is She Accepted By The Household And The Society? Set In The Pre-Independence And Post-Independence Scenarios And Spanning Three Generations, Stolen Sunshine Delves Into The Delicate Interpersonal Relationships In A Typical, Traditional Marwari Family, And Each Girl`S Individual Reaction To The Same Situation. The Book Is Divided Into Thirteen Chapters Presenting A Well-Knit Plot. The Treatment Of The Subject Matter Is Superb And There Is Continous Flow Of Events.

Cases Adjudged by United States. Court of Appeals (District of Columbia Circuit)

Title Cases Adjudged
Author United States. Court of Appeals (District of Columbia Circuit)
Publisher
Release 1975
Category Law reports, digests, etc
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Hero on a Stolen Horse by Hilary Evans

Title Hero on a Stolen Horse
Author Hilary Evans
Publisher
Release 1977
Category Brigands and robbers
Total Pages 177
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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