Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Books, books...........and more books

Idealistic and ambitious, Andrew Young volunteered for John Edward's campaign for the U.S. Senate in 1998 and quickly became the candidate's right-hand man. As the senator became a national star, Young's responsibilities grew. For a decade he was this politician's confidant and he was assured he was "like family." In time, however, Young was drawn into a series of questionable assignments that culminated with Edwards asking him to help conceal the senator's ongoing adultery. Days before the 2008 presidential primaries began, Young gained international notoriety when he told the world that he was the father of a child being carried by a woman named Rielle hunter, who was actually the senator's mistress. While Young began a life on the run, hiding from the press with his family and alleged mistress, John Edwards continued to pursue the presidency and then the vice presidency in the future Obama administration.

Young had been the senator's closest aide and most trusted friend. He believed that John Edwards could be a great president, and was assured throughout the cover-up that his boss and friend would ultimately step forward to both tell the truth and protect his aide's career. Neither promise was kept.

More Titles......
Adamantine Palace, by Stephen Deas
Ancient Egypt, by Simon Adams
BabyMouse:Queen of the World (bk. 1),
by Jennifer Holm
BabyMouse:Our Hero (bk. 2), by Jennifer Holm
BabyMouse: Beach Babe (bk.3), by Jennifer Holm
Bloodroot, by Amy Greene
Brava Valentine, by Adriana Trigiani
Controlling Your Future, by Richard Norgaard
Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, by Jacqueline Kelly
Fantasy in Death, by J. D. Robb
Feathers, by Delpha Rockenbaugh
Lion and the Mouse, by Jerry Pinkney
Mamas House Oh so Good Home Cooking, by Brenda Kay
Not My Daughter, by Barbara Delinsky
Owly: The Way Home (bk. 1), by Andy Runton
Owly: Just a Little Blue (bk. 2), by Andy Runton
Owly: Flying Lessons, by Andy Runton
Remarkable Creatures, by Tracy Chevalier
Roses, by Leila Meacham
Saving CeeCee Honeycutt, by Beth Hoffman
Wench, by Dole Perkins-Valdez
Wild Whale Watch, by Eva Moore

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