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Biography of Ruth Bell Graham, and Marie Curie, "Obsessive Genius" Recently I read two books by authors Patricia Cornwell and Barbara Goldsmith. The two books were: Ruth Bell Graham; An extraordinary life, by author Patricia Cornwell and "Obsessive Genius" by author Barbara Goldsmith. Barbara Goldsmith was one of the authors spoken of by President Bush of accomplished female writers. She did a magnificant work on the life of Marie Curie. Author Goldsmith didn't only write about Marie Curie's work with radium but wrote about her life as a woman. She explorer's Marie Curie's life as a woman, mother, and her own personal struggles. Amist all of this, Marie Curie continued her work. As we know today, her work has flourished into the medical world into and increased into nuclear medicine. Barbara Goldsmith brings this dedicated woman to light and is well worth the read for those who are dedicated to a cause to completion. Patricia Cornwell's biography of Ruth Bell Graham brings to light this woman's character in a most vivid way. We as American's knew her as Billy Graham's wife but this book brings out the character of Ruth Graham in a strong yet charming way. The strength of Ruth Graham's faith as she helps raise the Graham children is one of humor, strength, and the honor to stand beside her husband. Reading about these women is an inspiration that incorporates strength in the mist of human struggles. Yet, each woman in their own individual way leaves a legacy of honor. These two authors are commended for their work when researching these two famous women Geri F. Brewster is a registered nurse and an adjunct instructor at Ivy Tech College. Geri also spends some of her time in the summer working in the Appalachians in health ministry. She is also a Parish Nurse.
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