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By David Cook
A short story about the closing of the gates at Hougoumont, during the Waterloo Campaign, 1815.
By Nancy Bleeke
Today's buyers want more from sales professionals than a simple consultation...
What they're hungry for are meaningful, collaborative conversations built on mutual value and trust, that result in a Win3 ...where they, the seller, and the organization, achieve a winning outcome.
By Allison Cooper
A fashion/style book for women of all ages!
By Biff And Laurie Boggs
'Hitting Fear Head Onâ€™ is a powerful, chilling, true story of child abuse and neglect, the illness of alcoholism spanning generations, years of infertility issues, all culminating in a miracle child that is called back home to Heaven at the age of eight. Â Ironically, he along with 4...
By Jim Greenfield
Used car dealer Sam Samson never backs down from a fight, whether it's against an irate customer like Pete Not-So-Happy, an American Indian who's as big as Hulk Hogan, or against the IRS, which is even bigger than Hulk Hogan. When IRS Special Agent Elliott Mess, who looks like Robert Stack as...
By Mell Corcoran
Shadows of Deceit is the second installment in the thrilling Series of Shadows.
Three bodies. No clues. No heads.
It takes more than a near-death experience to keep Detective Lou Donovan off the job. Three decapitated bodies are discovered in the empty house of a high-profile Colombian coffee...
By Mell Corcoran
Humans sit comfortably at the summit of the food chain; rarely does any other animal get the advantage. But other people? Now there's something to fear.
In Mell Corcoran's thrilling crime novel debut, Shadows of Doubt, women are being hunted, tortured, killed and their assailant leaves the...
One of Americaâ€™ leading medical wellness writing teams announces the release of the book that may save your life. Itâ€™s time for you to look better, feel better, love better, and live longer! If you think you know everything about menâ€™s sexual health, think again. The...
By Adrienne Giordano
Two attorneys with everything to lose fight for justice in THE PROSECUTOR by USA TODAY bestselling author Adrienne Giordano
Chicago assistant state's attorney Zac Hennings just got handed a political hot potato: keeping the convicted murderer in a high-profile case behind bars. He's up against...
By Jack Salay
Great introduction to the game of craps!
I have been dealing and supervising the game of craps in major casinos across this country for 29 years now. I have noticed that the reason people do not play craps is because they are intimidated by the games complexity. I have broken down the game, bet...
By Lynne Goldberg
"Lynne Goldberg's life story is an example of the remarkable power of nutrition and meditation to transform not only our bodies on a cellular level but also our thoughts on an emotional and spiritual level. Her personal odyssey demonstrates that when you change what you eat, you can change who...
By Lubos Borik
Is evil in us? Coded in DNA? Imagine you could uncover exactly what lurks within your DNA, revealing the code that shapes your mind and body and using that knowledge to change yourself. Now imagine someone else making those changes instead. In Human Source Code, the hypothetical becomes reality...
By John Benedict
THE EDGE OF DEATH
Powerful creatures have long been rumored to roam the Earth-- demons, wraiths, the undead, vampires. What if they are not just the stuff of legend? What if there is a scientific basis for their existence?
There's a secret lab in the basement of the prestigious Buchanan...
By John Benedict
Murder is the ultimate rush
When patients start dying unexpectedly in the O.R. at Mercy Hospital, anesthesiologist Doug Landry finds himself the focus of the blame. Is he really incompetent or is there some- thing more sinister going on? As Doug struggles to clear his name and...
By Roberta Grimes
The world is full of evils. I cannot bear to hear the stuck hogs squeal, nor see a horse ill-used, nor think there could be anywhere an unloved child. The differences in human station seem to me not even the greatest evil.
When Martha Skelton finds herself falling in love with a shy young...