Best Anthony Bryan books
The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row
Anthony Ray Hinton
Best price for this book: $ 25.31
A powerful, revealing story of hope, love, justice, and the power of reading by a man who spent thirty years on death row for a crime he didn't commit.
In 1985, Anthony Ray Hinton was arrested and charged with two counts of capital murder in Alabama. Stunned, confused, and only twenty-nine years old, Hinton knew that it was a case of mistaken identity and believed that the truth would prove his innocence and ultimately set him free.
But with no money and a different system of justice for a poor black man in the South, Hinton was sentenced to death by electrocution. He spent his first three years on Death Row at Holman State Prison in agonizing silence―full of despair and anger toward all those who had sent an innocent man to his death. But as Hinton realized and accepted his fate, he resolved not only to survive, but find a way to live on Death Row. For the next twenty-seven years he was a beacon―transforming not only his own spirit, but those of his fellow inmates, fifty-four of whom were executed mere feet from his cell. With the help of civil rights attorney and bestselling author of Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson, Hinton won his release in 2015.
With a foreword by Stevenson, The Sun Does Shine is an extraordinary testament to the power of hope sustained through the darkest times. Destined to be a classic memoir of wrongful imprisonment and freedom won, Hinton’s memoir tells his dramatic thirty-year journey and shows how you can take away a man’s freedom, but you can’t take away his imagination, humor, or joy.
Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: The Guide to Retro Indie Games Vol. 1
Best price for this book: $ 25
Mass Effect (Prima Official Game Guide)
Best price for this book: $ 59.79
•Full mission & optional assignment walkthroughs
•Massive galactic codex section for all the background you could want
•All Achievements and how to get them
•Mass Effect warfare secrets revealed
Pediatric Cardiology Board Review
Benjamin W. Eidem MD FACC FASE
Best price for this book: $ 89.73
Based on the popular Mayo Clinic Pediatric Cardiology Review course, this highly regarded testing resource provides easy access to more than 900 questions and answers on every aspect of pediatric cardiology. Full explanations are provided for every question, helping you focus your areas for review and make the most of your study time.
- Revised and updated from cover to cover, keeping you up to date with current information in the field.
- Newly expanded, detailed answers in every chapter, plus an added emphasis on adult congenital heart disease, prepare you for today’s exams, including the new ACHD exam.
- More than 900 multiple-choice questions related to the diagnosis and treatment of the fetus, infant, child, and adult with congenital heart disease ensure a thorough review of exam material.
- Test yourself using the book or with the interactive online question bank, for convenient study anytime, anywhere.
- Complete coverage of all areas of pediatric cardiology, including anatomy and physiology, congenital malformations, cardiac catheterization and angiography, outpatient cardiology, cardiac intensive care, pharmacology, surgical palliation and repair of CHD, and much more.
- Complete content with enhanced navigation
- Powerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that pull results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
- Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
- Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
- Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
- Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
Why We Belong: Evangelical Unity and Denominational Diversity
Best price for this book: $ 7.39
Denominations. The word itself often sparks strong reactions, causing us to wonder if there are merits to our factions and if it’s possible to come together as one.
Showing how denominational affiliation can be natural without being negative, and how evangelical identity can help rather than hinder Christian unity, Why We Belong explains both the personal and doctrinal reasons each of the following contributors fit not only in their church, but also in the Church:
- Gerald L. Bray (Anglican)
- Timothy F. George (Baptist)
- Douglas A. Sweeney (Lutheran)
- Timothy C. Tennent (Methodist)
- Byron D. Klaus (Pentecostal)
- Bryan Chapell (Presbyterian)
Demonstrating that Christians have significant reasons for identifying with a denomination, this book also helps us see and belong to something much larger than our own traditions—the family of God.
The Suicide Princess
Best price for this book: $ 11.68
Stephanie Bradford is a young, attractive, and successful District Attorney on her way to the top. She has the near-perfect life, with an amazing husband, and she has it all in the palm of her hand. When her marriage falls into a romantic rut, Stephanie is skillfully swooned by a charming, mysterious and intriguing stranger who looks to be the answer to all of her fantasies. A whirlwind and intense affair quickly spirals out of control, and before long, she learns that things aren't always as they appear and people are rarely who they seem. One poor decision becomes the catalyst for a series of events that rips her life apart, and Stephanie is left with nothing but the thirst for revenge against the man who viciously stole everything from her. The Suicide Princess is a sexually-charged roller coaster ride where nothing is as it seems and everything is at stake!
The story critics are calling "Breathtaking," "Unbelievably hot," and "It just doesn't get any better!"
The Suicide Princess is the debut novel by breakout author Anthony Bryan, and what a way to make an entrance! It's a steamy story with twists and turns which will keep you guessing until the very end. Find out what all the excitement is about and order a copy of your own!
Big Gay Ice Cream: Saucy Stories & Frozen Treats: Going All the Way with Ice Cream
Best price for this book: $ 9.99
• New to making ice cream at home? Never fear—freshman year starts off simple with store-bought toppings and shopping lists for the home ice cream parlor.
• Sophomore year kicks it up a notch with tasty sauces and crunchy toppings.
• Junior year puts your new skills to work with shakes, floats, and sundaes inspired by some of Big Gay Ice Cream’s top-selling treats, including, of course, the Salty Pimp.
• In Senior year, get serious with outrageously delicious sorbets and ice cream recipes.
Along the way, you can enjoy Bryan and Doug’s stranger-than-fiction stories, cheeky humor, vibrant photography and illustrations, and plenty of culinary and celebrity cameos (including an introduction by Headmaster Anthony Bourdain).
Buyer Legends: The Executive Storyteller's Guide
Best price for this book: $ 12.43
Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition
Best price for this book: $ 6.97
From its start, America has been awash in drink. The sailing vessel that brought John Winthrop to the shores of the New World in 1630 carried more beer than water. By the 1820s, liquor flowed so plentifully it was cheaper than tea. That Americans would ever agree to relinquish their booze was as improbable as it was astonishing.
Yet we did, and Last Call is Daniel Okrent’s dazzling explanation of why we did it, what life under Prohibition was like, and how such an unprecedented degree of government interference in the private lives of Americans changed the country forever.
Writing with both wit and historical acuity, Okrent reveals how Prohibition marked a confluence of diverse forces: the growing political power of the women’s suffrage movement, which allied itself with the antiliquor campaign; the fear of small-town, native-stock Protestants that they were losing control of their country to the immigrants of the large cities; the anti-German sentiment stoked by World War I; and a variety of other unlikely factors, ranging from the rise of the automobile to the advent of the income tax.
Through it all, Americans kept drinking, going to remarkably creative lengths to smuggle, sell, conceal, and convivially (and sometimes fatally) imbibe their favorite intoxicants. Last Call is peopled with vivid characters of an astonishing variety: Susan B. Anthony and Billy Sunday, William Jennings Bryan and bootlegger Sam Bronfman, Pierre S. du Pont and H. L. Mencken, Meyer Lansky and the incredible—if long-forgotten—federal official Mabel Walker Willebrandt, who throughout the twenties was the most powerful woman in the country. (Perhaps most surprising of all is Okrent’s account of Joseph P. Kennedy’s legendary, and long-misunderstood, role in the liquor business.)
It’s a book rich with stories from nearly all parts of the country. Okrent’s narrative runs through smoky Manhattan speakeasies, where relations between the sexes were changed forever; California vineyards busily producing “sacramental” wine; New England fishing communities that gave up fishing for the more lucrative rum-running business; and in Washington, the halls of Congress itself, where politicians who had voted for Prohibition drank openly and without apology.
Last Call is capacious, meticulous, and thrillingly told. It stands as the most complete history of Prohibition ever written and confirms Daniel Okrent’s rank as a major American writer.
Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur's Cookbook
Best price for this book: $ 20.08