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  • Broken but Unbowed | Greg Abbott

    Broken but Unbowed

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 20 mins)
    • By Greg Abbott
    • Narrated By Van Tracy
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    Texas governor and rising star in the Republican Party - one of the first prominent politicians to govern from a wheelchair since Franklin D. Roosevelt - Governor Greg Abbott pens his deeply personal and inspiring life story and proposes a plan to restore America to greatness in what Newt Gingrich calls a "bold and compelling" read. Texas Governor Greg Abbott lost his ability to walk when a huge oak tree crashed down on his back, fracturing vertebrae into his spinal cord, leaving him forever paralyzed.

    Patty says: "Finally someone explains it all! Great book!"
  • Pardon My Hearse: A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and Entertainment Industries Met in Hollywood | Allan Abbott,Greg Abbott

    Pardon My Hearse: A Colorful Portrait of Where the Funeral and Entertainment Industries Met in Hollywood

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By Allan Abbott, Greg Abbott
    • Narrated By Patrick Lawlor
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    Allan Abbott ran the leading hearse, mortuary, and funeral services company in Hollywood and saw up close how celebrities really live and die. The Forrest Gump of the funeral industry, Abbott was everywhere celebrities died, from helping to prepare Marilyn Monroe's body for burial to standing next to Christopher Walken at Natalie Wood's funeral. This book tells the rags-to-shroud story of how a young man with a hearse became the funeral driver to the stars.

    Clifford Martin says: "Hard to listen too"
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