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Get Onboard: Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator
Success and promotion within Toronto's public transportation system come at a price. The shifts bring...
Writing Poetry To Save Your Life: How To Find The Courage To Tell Your Stories
Writing Poetry to Save Your Life combines Gillan's personal story about her journey as a...
Sarah & Abraham: The Search for Miracles and the Stuttering Poet
Sarah & Abraham: The Search for Miracles and the Stuttering Poet is a stranger than...
Told in two volumes, Arise the Dead--part memoir, part historical fiction--spans the period between 1914 and 1945. The two books concentrate on the lives of real people--the author's parents, the author, a young pilot from New Jersey in WW1, and others--as well as some fictional characters, all of whom lived through one or both of the wars and were profoundly affected personally by them. Arise the Dead I, told mainly from the viewpoint of the author's father, focuses on the First World War, specifically the Battle of Loos in northern France (September 1915) where the author's father fought with the...

"On April 6, 1915, in the face of an imminent attack by the enemy, a young French adjutant, Jacques Pericard, seeing that his comrades in the trench were either dead or wounded, cried out: ARISE THE DEAD! (Translation of a memorial plaque)"
Arise The Dead I: The Great War

Elizabeth Langridge
2018
Arise The Dead I: The Great War
Food Fight Inc.: Napkin Sketches to Retail Shelves: An Entrepreneur's Odyssey of Triumphs and Lemons
The Voyageur 2: Into the New World
The Expo Affair: A Cold War Escape Story
Arise The Dead II: World War Two
Letters from the Land of Fear: Intimacy, Beauty and Death in Central Asia
My Silent Pledge: A Journey of Struggle, Survival and Remembrance