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How would you react if ten days into a transatlantic moveand a new job you found out that you had breast cancer?

Priscilla Lalisse-Jespersen had been living in Paris for over 15 years when she had her first mammogram, which, incidentally, took place the day before she moved back to the United States. Ten days later, when she’d already started a new job, the mammogram results came in: she had advanced breast cancer.

How do you navigate that?...

A Personal and Supportive Guide to Breast Cancer

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In the small southern town of Stockdale, Alabama, where blacks live on one side of the tracks and whites on the other, Cassie Taylor wants nothing more than to get out. Taught early that she's not free to love whomever she pleases in Stockdale due to the color of her skin, Cassie embarks on a journey that takes her into and out of the arms of bad-boy Blake, and then across the world to South Korea, to the good guy she's certain will save her.

But is Blake really out....



Every expatriate holds a special dread of an unexpected middle-of-the-night phone call. It usually means that a dear loved one is gone and because of the distance from home, there's nothing the expat can do about it. At least, not right away. American Priscilla Lalisse- Jespersen learned that lesson the hard way.

Lalisse-Jespersen, author of the novel......

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