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Amelia Earhart Lives; a trip through intrigue to find America's first lady of  mystery

"Joe Klaas reports Joe Gervais' astonishing search for the truth about Amelia Earhart, and how he turned up startling findings such as the wreckage on a California mountain of a 1937 Lockheed Electra bearing the same registration number as the plane she flew on her "last flight"; the twenty-eight-year incarceration in New York mental hospitals of a man who claimed to have seen her alive after her crash; and the climactic discovery and meeting of a mysterious elusive lady who knew Amelia Earhart, who Gervais felt resembled her, and whose name appears to be the key behind a dramatic and highly revealing code.

"Others have looked into the disappearance of Amelia Earhart,  but never with the persistence, dedication, and revelations of Joe Gervais.

"In writing Amelia Earhart Lives, author Joe Klaas has faithfully recorded the suspense of the first ten years of an amazing trip through intrigue."
--McGraw-Hill Book Company

Books In Print
By Joe Klaas

Drug Addiction and Recovery
Staying Clean
Staying Clean uses the same principles of recovery from drug addiction that Bill Wilson's classic book, Living Sober, applies for survival from alcoholism.
Non Fiction, History
Amelia Earhart Lives; a trip through intrigue to find America's first lady of mystery
A trip through intrigue to find America's First Lady of Mystery.  What really happened to Amelia Earhart when she disappeared without a trace on her round-the-world flight in 1937?
Recovery, Nonfiction
The 12 Steps to Happiness
A handbook for working Twelve Step Programs for alcoholism, codependency, eating disorders and other addictions.
War Fiction
Maybe I'm Dead
"Here is the epic story of one of the great marches of history, a march made in forty degrees below zero by ten thousand American and Allied airmen, prisoners in Nazi Germany, during the final desperate months of the war. Man is its hero; it's impact is unforgettable."

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