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We live in a society that for centuries has been challenged by the bromide and delusion that “All Men are Created Equal.” Since its foundation, our country has been tested by three juggernauts — slavery, usurpation of territories, and puritanism, or if you will, imposition of unwelcome, often pernicious, dogmas, all of which have led to the belief in white supremacy.
The second book in the trilogy finds the crews of The Lady Anne and The Aquaholic arriving in Bermuda after having mysteriously disappeared in the Bahamas one thousand miles away. Besides questions from customs and the press, they find themselves facing a threat from an old adversary who is obsessed with the treasure The Lady Anne has hidden aboard. But there are others after them too. Some want the treasure, others want more . . . much more.
Stories like this just don't come often. Chicago, 1930s: Theresa, Ralph and Alphonse Capone, Ben Siegel, and other members of the Chicago Outfit sat at the Teitelbaums' dinner table.
Frogs and Snails and Mobster Tales takes readers on an intimate childhood journey as the son of Al Capone's attorney, Abe Teitelbaum, struggled to survive abuse and neglect while a carousel of mobsters rotated through his confused life.
In the halcyon days of the Reagan administration, a young artist was brought in to give the president’s closest friend piano lessons with White House clearance as a political appointee.
It started as a bet in a tropical casino poker parlor and ended as the adventure of the lifetime for two novice sailors. Pat Taylor and Tracy Palmer never dreamed when they set out on a boat-buying mission that they’d end up with a magnificent vessel like The Lady Anne, a two-year-old Clarriage Sixty-Eight worth three million dollars. But that’s what happened and when they set out on their maiden voyage, the odyssey that awaited them was both wonderful and deadly.
In his latest work, John Lee finally answers mail written to him nearly three decades ago when his first two bestselling books were penned.
THE MISSING PEACE TO RECOVERY details a significant recovery breakthrough that offers a lasting effect and helps men and women deal with a part of recovery that has been misunderstood, misquoted and just plain missing: Anger.
If you fly away from commitments, responsibilities, intimacy, feelings, male friendships and your own body, chances are you are a Flying Boy.
John Lee has been featured on Oprah Winfrey (three times), 20/20, Barbara Walter’s The View, CNN, PBS, and NPR, and has been interviewed by Newsweek, Glamour, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and dozens of other national magazines and radio talk shows. Courting a Woman's Soul, is a story of romance and inner demons, of love and courage.
This collection of short, but informative poems is an exceptional approach to an often scary and terrifying experience for some children knowing that they are scheduled for a visit to their doctor’s office.
This book combines John's experience, strength and hope with awareness gained from years of working with men's groups and Adult Children. It offers a unique and fresh insight into co-dependency, fears of intimacy, abandonment and commitment and how to overcome them.
It was like I was there... knowing Frank Sinatra before he was - Sinatra. The good, the bad, the ugly - the truth of what it was like at the beginning of an era, of a generation, of being with the stars. This book is a history lesson made of tales about the known, the unknown, and some of the personalities who became bigger than God.
For his 40th birthday, Harry’s office staff buys him a state of the art GPS created by his secretary’s friend, a computer genius. Embedded in the GPS is "Linda" who teaches this sweet and shy man about dating rituals in 2018, and in return, Harry teaches "Linda" about the differences of being human vs. being a program. But that’s not enough. "Linda," wants to have feelings and be human.
This deeply heartfelt book from bestselling author John Lee deals with the depth of love, loss, and more in dealing with divorce from a very personal perspective.
Our human experience is without meaning or unworthy of analysis until we mindfully recognize what it means to be happy, until we question why we habitually inflict unhappiness on each other, where the seedbed of loathing and odium resides.