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GREAT GENES! Baby—Made-to-order Offbeat, klutzy fashion designer Cleo Rose plans to "design" her baby. Her family consists of a bunch of kooks, and she wants to give her child a chance for a regular life. Enter supernormal, brilliant scientist Bryce Hampton, a man with great genes. He's also charming, sexy and wonderful—a man she could love. But Cleo is determined to protect her heart because men like Bryce don't fall for a woman like her…or did they? MAKE ME OVER Wanted: Man, preferably breathing Nell Philips has man problems—how many guys want to date a five-foot-eight-inch cop who's a dead shot and can throw them across the room? Sheriff Mac Cochrane has woman problems—mostly from his mother who wants him to get married. The solution to both their problems is obvious—Mac will teach Nell how to be a sexy siren, and she'll help him find the perfect mate. Trouble is, when Mac sees the made-over Nell, all bets are off. First guy who looks at her sideways is going to get arrested….
GOOD GENES, LUCK, A LOT OF PRAYERS by Bob Kascht, is a memoir of an ordinary life, written in a flowing style, which elevates the little things and the common people to a higher level where the mlange of memories evokes more reflections on life in the mind of the reader. "These memories were registered in detail, on a fine grain emulsion, and with full flavor. Thankfully, the retrieval is printed in gentle sepia, softening some of the glare and pain. I am now in a quiet time, a holding pattern, awaiting the landing.I hope our children can gain increased appreciation of our earnest efforts, and our love for them. As a side benefit, I should like those who follow to realize that we were more than just faded photographs, alive and "full of beans." It would be the ideal reward if they wish they had known us." Happily, every reader will know the people who step from these pages.
On this fascinating journey, navigating the borders where science and philosophy meet, Avrum Stroll addresses the major dilemmas that have perplexed humanity since the dawn of reason.
Testimony: Thomas Lee, "Truth and Consequences of the Genetic Revolution'"; Chris Roberson, Carrie Statkus, Doris Goldman, and Jon Turner, "How Much Do we Want to Know about Our Future Health Risks?"; Geoffrey Sher, Pacific Fertility Clinic, "Designer Children"; Sylvia Spengler, Dept. of Energy, Charles Epstein, Univ. of Calif., San Francisco, George Cunningham, Dept. of Health Services, David Nagler, Genentech, Inc., "The Human Genome Project: Identifying Genetic Links to Disease; and Paul Billings, Council for Responsible Genetics, Phil Bereano, Univ. of Wash., and Radhika Rao, Hastings College, "Social, Legal and Ethical Implications."
The novel your book club must discuss! Meghann Foye was interviewed on The TODAY Show and The View regarding her new book Meternity. "A fresh, contemporary take on love and work, marriage and motherhood, Meternity is guaranteed to surprise and delight!" —Emily Giffin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Something Borrowed and First Comes Love Like everyone in New York media, editor Liz Buckley runs on cupcakes, caffeine and cocktails. But at thirty-one, she's plateaued at Paddy Cakes, a glossy baby magazine that flogs thousand-dollar strollers to entitled, hypercompetitive spawn-havers. Liz has spent years working a gazillion hours a week picking up the slack for coworkers with kids, and she's tired of it. So one day when her stress-related nausea is mistaken for morning sickness by her bosses—boom! Liz is promoted to the mommy track. She decides to run with it and plans to use her paid time off to figure out her life: work, love and otherwise. It'll be her "meternity" leave. By day, Liz rocks a foam-rubber belly under fab maternity outfits. By night, she dumps the bump for karaoke nights and boozy dinners out. But how long can she keep up her charade…and hide it from the guy who might just be The One? As her "due date" approaches, Liz is exhausted—and exhilarated—by the ruse, the guilt and the feelings brought on by a totally fictional belly-tenant…about happiness, success, family and the nature of love.
They look like us, act like us, think like us. Some thought they were us. Rick Maxim, a computer programmer by day, pianoman by night, experiences a series of bizarre, surrealistic, life and death incidents. It takes a beautiful girl, the discovery of a hidden installation in the wilds of Africa, and an apocalypse to solve the mystery of his dilemma.
With a two-week plan for optimum wellness, “America’s best-known doctor” (The New York Times) shows you what you need to know to be in the best health and have the best care. The crisis in American health has hit home in very personal ways. Every thirty seconds someone in this country files for bankruptcy in the aftermath of a serious health problem. And although America spends more on health care than any other country, the World Health Organization recently ranked our health outcomes lowest among the developed nations. Now, in this visionary New York Times bestseller, world-renowned pioneer in the field of integrative medicine Andrew Weil, MD, busts the myths underpinning our health-care system and provides cogent strategies for change as well as specific prescriptive information explaining how—beginning with his two-week jumpstart plan for optimum wellness—to get and maintain good health.

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