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Old Fashioned Family Recipes
Hale, hearty and full of homemade love. The recipes that Mom made--and we remember with lip-smacking memories. This cookbook combines Mom's favorites and those special recipes we loved to make ourselves as kids. A necessity for any kitchen ... and any cook!
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On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society (Revised and Updated)
The good news is that the vast majority of soldiers is loath to kill in battle. Unfortunately, modern armies, using Pavlovian and operant conditioning, have developed sophisticated ways of overcoming this instinctive aversion. The psychological cost for soldiers, as witnessed by the increase in post-traumatic stress, is devastating. The psychological cost for the rest of us is even more so: contemporary civilian society, particularly the media, replicates the army's conditioning techniques and, ... more info>>
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Outward Leg
After having his left leg amputated and spending several years ashore, Tristan Jones decided to return to the sea. In October 1983, Jones and his only crew member, Wally Rediske, set out from San Diego in Outward Leg, a 36-foot trimaran, intending to circumnavigate the world from west to east by sail. Outward Leg chronicles the preparation for launch and the first part of that inspiring journey (continued in The Improbable Voyage). Tristan sailed down the western coast of Central America through... more info>>
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Over There
Volume two of Robert Vaughan's stunning American Chronicles follows the tumult of American during the second decade of the twentieth century. The indestructible Titanic goes down in the cold arctic sea, millions of immigrants flood into the country, a bloody worker's revolution occurs in Russia, and in Sarajevo an assassination quickly ignites the flames of the First World War. It is 1912, and the Lady Lucinda Chetwynd-Dunleigh can hear the final strains of the ship's orchestra as the famous Tit... more info>>
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Parris Island: A Woman's Memoir of Marine Corps Boot Camp 2008 Edition
Nineteen-year-old Lisa Cordeiro has no idea what to do with her life. She changes her major every week at UMass Amherst, around the constant partying in college and in Boston. She never considered it before, but one day she decides to join the military. On visiting the recruiting office, a Marine recruiter convinces her to enlist active-duty in the Marine Corps. She's headed for boot camp in Parris Island, South Carolina for a thirteen-week training regime considered by many to be the most diffi... more info>>
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Practice Makes Perfect : German Pronouns and Prepositions
  Build your German language skills by mastering pronouns and prepositions in no time at all! Practice Makes Perfect: German Pronouns and Prepositions gives you a quick, painless way to master two essential building blocks of German language fluency. Using numerous everyday examples, it demystifies German pronouns and prepositions and provides dozens of skill-building exercises in a variety of formats, including fill-in-the-blanks, sentence rewrites, and translations.
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Professional Property Development
This is the only book on the market that addresses all of the fundamentals of successful property development-marketing, financing, planning, designing, construction, merchandising, and property management. Whether you're a developer, builder, planner, architect, investor, or other member of the development team, Professional Property Development covers a wide range of subjects valuable for your profession, from the history of real estate development to the latest demographic information.
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Raping Louisiana: A Diary of Deceit
Raping Louisiana: A Diary of Deceit is a non-fictional account of clean-up efforts after the devastations caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. It is not, however, your normal story filled with facts, figures and statistics. This story puts a human face on an area that was raped by nature and deceived by its government. Based upon the diary of a truck driver by the name of Steve, we see a first hand account of the daily routine, the challenges and the bureaucratic ineptness that have, and still p... more info>>
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Raw and Natural Nutrition for Dogs
***The first guide to both raw feeding and healthy homecooked meals for dogs. In the whirlwind of information about local, organic, and whole foods, it’s easy to forget that our canine companions can also benefit from—and deserve—a more natural and nurturing diet. Preparing Fido’s food at home may seem daunting, but it’s really not, says Lew Olson in Raw & Natural Nutrition for Dogs. Olson discusses canine nutritional needs and explains the research on how home-prepared foods, particularly ra... more info>>
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Roadside Angel
Sometimes faith is all you need in a desperate situation
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Romance on the Run
Q: Do people get married so that they don't have to have sex anymore? A: Not many will admit it, but that is just what happens to most married couples. The author was shocked to discover that the sex lives of most couples are neglected in favor of the more "urgent" problems of work, children and a busy lifestyle. Guaranteed "to put the sex back into your sex life" and based on extensive interviews with real couples, "Romance on the Run" is your ticket to red-hot monogamy. Get ready to discover t... more info>>
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Romance Writing: Literary History & Commercial Categories
The romance market is the most interesting and lucrative field in publishing today. New windows of opportunity have opened to talented writers with persistence and determination. Prolific authors who consider themselves storytellers, rather than literary greats with an inclination to change the world, often resent the analysis of a commercial endeavor. Romance novelists are entertainers. They write from the heart with inspiration and hope. Scholars who try to decipher their words usually fail. T... more info>>
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Safe Air Travel Companion
Recent events have forced everyone to be more aware of safety during airline flights. But being aware isn't enough ... there are dozens of easy-to-follow practical actions you as a passenger should follow in order to minimize your risk--and perhaps save your life--in the event of a hijacking or other terrorist activity. In Safe Air Travel Companion, Dan McKinnon, an expert in commercial travel and survival, calmly, clearly, and rationally spells them out. In this one-of-a-kind resource, learn sm... more info>>
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Saga of a Wayward Sailor
Tristan Jones was one of the most acclaimed sea-faring storytellers ever. The combative Welshman was born at sea on a ship off Tristan da Cunha. He dropped out of school at 14 to work on sailing barges, and then spent the rest of his life at sea--first in the Royal Navy, then as a delivery skipper, then as a daring adventurer. Saga of a Wayward Sailor tells the tale of one of his most exciting adventures. Jones sails through treacherous waters aboard the Cresswell, a lifeboat converted into a sa... more info>>
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Saving the Planet Without Costing the Earth: 500 Steps to a Greener Lifestyle
This is the only book that shows you how to make your life more environmentally friendly while also boosting your bank balance.
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Seagulls In My Soup
Join Tristan Jones as he tells tales of the humorous and fascinating adventures that his Saga of a Wayward Sailor began. Discover more anecdotes and unexpected adventures aboard a converted lifeboat ketch cruising the coasts of the Balearic region with Tristan, his one-eyed, three-legged dog, Nelson and the prim Bishop's sister, Sissie St. John. It's a prolific prose journey of surprising arrivals, machine gun-thwarting and ship-saving escapades of a wayward sailor and his motley crew.
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Showstopper! The Breakneck Race to Create Windows NT and the Next Generation at Microsoft
Showstopper! is the dramatic, inside story of the creation of Windows NT, told by Wall Street Journal reporter G. Pascal Zachary. Driven by the legendary Bruce Cutler, a picked band of software engineers sacrifices almost everything in their lives to build a new, stable, operating system aimed at giving Microsoft a platform for growth through the next decade of development in the computing business. Comparable in many ways to the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, The Soul of a New Machine by Tracy Ki... more info>>
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Silent Voices: The Southern Negro Woman Today
In a tribute to the unheard and often not understood Negro women of the south, Josephine Carson explores the lives of women with whom she lived, and interprets the voices that had been silenced for so long. She paints a detailed picture of the teachers, middle-class housewives, young college girls, nurses, domestic servants, and workers who struggled with the juxtaposition between their own identities and those society created for them. Carson shows what a significant contribution each mad... more info>>
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Snowbird: The Rise and Fall of a Cocaine Smuggler
Andrew Richard Barnes was the man who flew the very first shipment of cocaine for the Medellin Cartel into the United States, and continued the dangerous trade for almost a full decade. He survived crashes and gunfire, treachery and betrayal. He also became the target of a determined assassination attempt by the Panamanian dictator, Manuel Noriega--and lived to tell the tale...
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Somewheres East of Suez
In 1983 Tristan Jones, well known as one of the finest sailing adventure writers of our time, had his left leg amputated. Refusing to become landbound after a lifetime at sea, he acquired a specially designed, virtually untippable 38-foot trimaran and began to sail around the world. Outward Leg is the tale of his intrepid voyage from San Diego to London. The Improbable Voyage chronicles his heroic journey along an unusual and hazardous route from the North Sea, through the rivers of Central Euro... more info>>
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Songs of the Teton Sioux
The beautiful and mysterious song of the Sioux is a carefully crafted and highly individualized ritual performed to invoke the strength of the spirits in order to harness the power of nature. In this, the first literary study of a fascinating tradition, Dr. Harry W. Paige immerses himself in the Sioux society and culture to unlock the mystery of this enchanting ritual. Passionate and intoxicating, The Songs of The Teton Sioux will astound and fascinate scholar and casual reader alike. The voice ... more info>>
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Sticks & Wires & Cloth
Sticks & Wires & Cloth is about escaping into the skies of a bygone era in a 1929-design biplane, an episodic log of the author's five years traveling around Texas and most of the rest of the United States. Anne Hopkins brings a fresh voice to writing about life in the skies, demystifying biplane flying much as Katherine Graham did newspaper publishing in her memoir. Firmly and patiently, Anne takes her reader by the hand, helps him into the front cockpit, and keeps him there through fair weathe... more info>>
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Strange Seas
"I am woven through your past, as you are through mine--and both of us through theirs, the sea-peoples'." Hugo- and Nebula Award-winner Charnas has written a book about humans, her own past, and how our lives have always been intertwined with the creatures of the seas. Strange Seas is Charnas' first nonfiction book, and her first eBook. An investigation into personal questions about herself and her writing grew to encompass not just her past, but the pasts of all of us. "I saw a lot of closed do... more info>>
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Sunday in Hell: Pearl Harbor Minute by Minute
Using long established historical records and contemporary journals as well as recently-released war-time documents, Bill McWilliams has created a brand-new minute-by-minute narrative of the Day that Will Live in Infamy. Told from the point-of-view of dozens of characters from Generals and Admirals and politicians and diplomats down to deckhands and private soldiers and also innocent civilians at all levels, this panoramic overview of one of the most traumatizing and shocking events in American ... more info>>
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Sustainable Living and Emergency Preparedness Guide
It covers sustainability and earth-friendly ways to live, which provide survival methods in the event a national emergency runs longer than the government preparedness standard of three days, and much more.
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