Have exactly what you want, when you want it, all the time. That's the philosophy of nationally syndicated TV host and minister Terry Cole-Whittaker. Now she gives you the step-by-step exercises and the encouragement you need to turn your dreams into reality. Do you want love? Power? Wealth? Beauty? This book will show you how to go for it all!
9780517622117, titled "How to Have More in a Have-Not World" | Random House Value Pub, November 1, 1983, cover price $1.00 | also contains How to Have More in a Have-Not World | About this edition: Have exactly what you want, when you want it, all the time.
9780517623664, titled "Complete Book of Gourmet Cooking" | Outlet, June 1, 1987, cover price $17.99 | also contains Complete Book of Gourmet Cooking | About this edition: A collection of recipes ranging from simple snacks to more sophisticated dinner party courses includes a selection of Indian and Chinese dishes, vegetarian recipes, and a special section on wine
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