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Golden Boy

Author : Abigail Tarttelin
ISBN : 9781476705811
Genre : Fiction
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Presenting themselves to the world as an effortlessly excellent family, successful criminal lawyer Karen, her Parliament candidate husband and her intelligent athlete son, Max, find their world crumbling in the wake of a friend's betrayal and the secret about Max's intersexual identity.

Golden Boy

Author : Tara Sullivan
ISBN : 0142424501
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A Tanzanian albino boy finds himself the ultimate outsider, hunted because of the color of his skin.

Golden Boy

Author : Clifford Odets
ISBN : 0822204568
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: The Acting Edition contains notes showing how nearly all scene changes may be made with a minimum of effort. People are inclined to laugh at Joe, a moody young Italian with cockeyed notions. At heart a musician--he has a real talent for

Golden Boy

Author : John J. Nance
ISBN : WISC:89076726777
Genre : Business & Economics
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In an age where business is too often seen as brutal combat devoid of ethics and human concern, the amazing story of Harold Simmons' journey from bank trainee to one of the nation's wealthiest, most successful corporate investors is an inspiring record of intelligence, honesty, and faith in the American system. It is also a fascinating trip through the byzantine realities of high corporate finance and corporate acquisition, and a validation of the idea that the true value of public companies can be discovered through nothing more than intellect, hard work, and public records. This is the story of Harold Simmons, whose journey from his home in Golden, Texas, has been on a path paved in gold. Written in the can't-put-it-down style of best-selling author John ]. Nance.

Golden Boy

Author : Christian Ryan
ISBN : 9781741760965
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 70. 45 MB
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Shedding new light on the 'club' of Lillee, Marsh and the Chappells, 'Golden Boy' examines the most tumultuous era of Australian cricket through the lens of the story of flawed genius, Kim Hughes. Kim Hughes was one of the most majestic and daring batsmen

Golden Boy

Author : Abigail Tarttelin
ISBN : 9781476705811
Genre : Fiction
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Presenting themselves to the world as an effortlessly excellent family, successful criminal lawyer Karen, her Parliament candidate husband and her intelligent athlete son, Max, find their world crumbling in the wake of a friend's betrayal and the secret about Max's intersexual identity.

Golden Boy

Author : Tim Kawakami
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173003222896
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A portrait of one of the world's most famous boxers chronicles the life and career of Oscar de la Hoya, from his poverty-stricken childhood, to his Olympic glory, to his celebrity world of multimillion-dollar contracts, spicy romances, and turbulent personal life and professional career.

Oscar De La Hoya

Author : Jeff Savage
ISBN : 0736864180
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 90. 18 MB
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A biography of Oscar De La Hoya, the famous Mexican American boxer.

The Golden Boy

Author : Robert Hatch
ISBN : 9781317765172
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 39. 33 MB
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This is the first autobiography to be published by The Haworth Press. This is the first autobiography to be published by Harrington Park Press. The place is New York City. The time is the decade before the plague of AIDS. Thousands of gay men were living a free-wheeling lifestyle of club hopping, “score” hunting, sex without fear, and upward mobility. To none did The Big Apple offer greater rewards than to those young men who had the envied “male model” look. Author James Melson belonged to this exclusive clique: he was tall, blond, muscular, and very “straight looking.” He was a model at 19, and by 25, was a highly successful Wall Street banker. His good looks offered him immediate entry into exclusive clubs and onto the sexual fast track with actors, male models, and other members of the “Clique.” The author brings you behind the scenes into the lifestyle of the handsome “Clique”--providing details of the vigorous and entertaining excitement of the times. He exposes--for one of the few times in print--the lesser-known attitudes of the “Clique” and their disdain for “ugly faggots,” their obsession with strictly the chic and glamorous, and the fast lane life of partying and sex. For 200 pages, the reader is brought back to the era that for many older readers is just a memory, and for younger readers a time they never knew--when to be a “Golden Boy” was to be a prince, and sex was only fun and games. The Golden Boy autobiography ends when the author is diagnosed with AIDS, abandoned by a lover and friends, and left to look back on his life with a growing perspective. The role of “good looks” and people with AIDS is rarely talked about, particularly by gay survivors whose lesser appeal was once perhaps a curse but then ultimately their saving grace. This is not just another AIDS autobiography but a document dealing indirectly with this fact of life. The autobiography is introduced by Larry Mass, MD, an internationally recognized social historian/physician who examines the “Culture of Narcissism” in that era. Arnie Kantrowitz then presents an astonishingly frank and perhaps shocking Epilogue which will have many readers wanting to re-read the book.

Golden Boy

Author : Paul Hornung
ISBN : 143910414X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Paul Hornung was football's "Golden Boy" -- handsome, talented, and fabulously successful. He had a great career at Notre Dame, where he won the Heisman Trophy (the only player ever to win it on a team with a losing record). He was the #1 draft pick in the NFL and went to the Green Bay Packers, a terrible team soon transformed by a new head coach, Vince Lombardi. Hornung's Packer teams would become a dynasty, and ten of his teammates (as well as Lombardi) would eventually join him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Hornung led the NFL in scoring from 1959 to 1961, setting a single-season scoring record in 1960 that still stands. He was Player of the Year in 1960 and 1961. Hornung always loved the good life. He had girlfriends all across the country, and he was a regular at Toots Shor's and at clubs in Chicago and Los Angeles. A frustrated Lombardi once asked him whether he wanted to be a player or a playboy, and his teammates joked about his Hollywood ambitions. On game days Hornung was always ready to play, but the night after a game -- and sometimes even the night before -- was a different story. For Hornung, the good life came at a price: his gambling cost him a year's suspension from the NFL in 1963. He accepted his punishment, refusing to implicate anyone else, but in this autobiography he reveals just how widespread gambling was in the NFL. However, on the playing field Hornung and his Packer teammates made football history. Bart Starr, Max McGee, Jim Taylor, Ray Nitschke, Jerry Kramer, Jim Ringo, Ron Kramer, Forrest Gregg, Fuzzy Thurston, Willie Davis, Herb Adderley, Willie Wood -- they're all here, and Hornung has great stories to tell about them and about some of their biggest games together. Golden Boy is a must-read for football fans, a colorful, candid slice of pigskin history from one of the game's immortal legends.

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