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Susan page

Susan page

Susan page

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Susan Page is the Washington bureau chief of USA Today, where she has worked since 1995. She has covered six White House administrations and ten presidential elections, has interviewed the past nine presidents, and has reported from six continents. Page is the author of The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty, a New York Times best-selling book. She’s working on a biography of Nancy Pelosi titled Madam Speaker, to be published by Twelve. A former president of the White House Correspondents Association and the Gridiron Club, she has received all three journalism prizes given for White House coverage.

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Susan Page is an award-winning journalist and the Washington Bureau chief of USA TODAY. She is the author of "Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Lessons of Power" and "The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty," a New York Times bestseller. She has covered the past 11 presidential elections and interviewed the past 10 presidents (three after they moved out of the White House and one before he moved in). A Kansas native, she has reported from six continents and dozens of foreign countries, served as president of the White House Correspondents Association and of the Gridiron Club, and moderated the 2020 vice presidential debate. She and her husband, Carl Leubsdorf, live in Washington, D.C. They have two sons.

The definitive biography of Nancy Pelosi, the most powerful woman in American political history, written by New York Times best-selling author and USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page.... (Source: www.audible.com)

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Susan Page is an award-winning journalist and the Washington Bureau chief of USA TODAY. She is the author of "Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Lessons of Power" and "The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty," a New York Times bestseller. She has covered the past 11 presidential elections and interviewed the past 10 presidents (three after they moved out of the White House and one before he moved in). A Kansas native, she has reported from six continents and dozens of foreign countries, served as president of the White House Correspondents Association and of the Gridiron Club, and moderated the 2020 vice presidential debate. She and her husband, Carl Leubsdorf, live in Washington, D.C. They have two sons.

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AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

As a girl in Rye, New York, Barbara Bush weathered criticism of her weight from her mother, barbs that left lifelong scars. As a young wife, she coped with the death of her three-year-old daughter from leukemia, a loss that changed her forever. In middle age, she grappled with depression so serious that she contemplated suicide. And as first the wife and then the mother of American presidents, she made history as the only woman to see -- and advise -- both her husband and son in the Oval Office.Take the journey into the American west alongside nine women who are chasing their dreams—Cynthia, for security; Beryl, for a new family; Adeline, for freedom; Molly, for marriage; Beth, for a new start; Belinda, for a place to heal; Suzette, for adventure; Juliet, for peace; and Caroline, for a future for her children. Celebrate Christmas alongside these pioneers as love finds them in nine distinctly different romances penned by leading Christian fiction authors, including New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter.

Sally Golding is finally putting the past behind her. the young widow regrets her unhappy first marriage, but the promise of a new life and a loving husband in rancher Mark Paynter--a man with whom she's been writing letters--has her on a train from St. Louis to Beaumont, Texas. Mark's brother Johnny flees Denver to escape being hanged for a murder he didn't commit. At his brother's ranch in Texas, where he planned to take refuge, he finds Mark dead at the hands of outlaws wreaking havoc on the countryside. Taking advantage of his uncanny resemblance to Mark, Johnny assumes his dead brother's identity. Soon Sally arrives expecting a wedding and derails Johnny's plans. Seeing no other option, Johnny makes a fateful decision to go through with the wedding as Mark. With such deception between the newlyweds, and the possible return of Mark's murderers, can this unlikely outlaw and widow find love? A clean, sweet romance that is also an exciting adventure in the Old West.

Schoolmarm Roberta “Birdy” Green won’t marry any of the prospective grooms flocking to town. After losing her fiancé in the war, the only love her broken heart can bear is for her students. But then she takes on a new pupil—Drew Cooper, one of the gentlemen drawn to Kansas by the advertisement for grooms.

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