Subject Guide To Books In Print

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(Illus). 368; 1989 38 95 (0.87049-610.7 U of Tenn P. Keisling, william & Kearns.
Richard The Sins of Our Fathers. A Profile of Pennsylvania Attorney General
LeRoy S. Zimmerman & a Histoncal Explanation of the Suicide of State Treasurer
R. Budd Dwyer Brooks. Cecil ... Ninety LC89-13666 (Studies in History Vol. 8) (
Illus). 192p 1990 lb bos. 59 951 (0.88946-092-2) E Mellen Whisker, James B.
Gunsmiths of Lancaster & York Counties Pennsylvania LC 90-5647 (Studies in
History. Vol.

Forthcoming Books

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Scholastic Inc. 'Sin a Song of Popcorn: Every Child's Book of Poems. Selected by
... Random. ing Your Song for All You're Worth: A Book on iring Abundantly for
the Young at Heart. Leo J. shbeck. 64p. .... Pennsylvania Attorney General LeRoy
S. Zimmerman & a Historical Explanation of the Suicide of State Treasurer R.
Budd Dwyer. William Keisling & Richard Kearns. (Illus). 108p. (Orig.). Mar. 1988.
pap, 7.95 (ISBN 0-96.20751-0-0). W Keisling. *Sins of the Fathers. Lawrence
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Silent No More

Author: Aaron Fisher
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 0345544161
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Recounts Aaron Fisher's experiences as the first victim to speak up against Jerry Sandusky in the Penn State scandal.

The World Bank Legal Review

Author: Hassane Cissé
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0821388649
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This book focuses on the legal challenges and opportunities for International Financial Institutions in the post-crisis world. It includes contributions from academics, practitioners and Bank staff.

My Sisters Telegraphic

Author: Thomas C. Jepsen
Publisher: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 0821413430
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"This study also explores the surprising parallels between the telegraphy of the nineteenth century and the work of women in technical fields today.