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Free Woman: The Life and Times of Victoria Woodhull
Victoria Woodhull is an historical figure too often ignored and undervalued by historians. Although she never achieved political power, her actions and her presence on the political scene helped begin to change the way Americans thought about the right to vote, particularly women's suffrage and she set the stage for political emancipations to come throughout the 20th Century. Woodhull was a product of and a revolutionary within the socially conservative Victorian era which predominated in the U... more info>>
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From Jesus to Heaven with Love: A Parable Pilgrimage
Barbara Garro writes for the people in the pews, because she's been one of them for over 50 years. She makes the New Testament come alive using St. Anthony's style of writing for all to understand and grow spiritually. Families and Bible study groups will find thirty-three of Jesus's parables in a discussion-friendly format.
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Fundamentals of Aviation Law
The only textbook available on Aviation Law. This is an undergraduate textbook designed for college and university courses on aviation law. Each chapter covers a fundamental legal subject and discusses application of that area in the aviation environment. Each chapter comes completed with case-studies, and problems, along with instructor’s materials.
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Fundraising on eBay
An invaluable guide to help your nonprofit or charitable organization reach 135 million potential donors Fundraising with eBay offers proven strategies for raising money, converting in-kind gifts to cash, and increasing awareness for charitable causes.
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Genetics Demystified
There’s no easier, faster, or more practical way to learn the really tough subjects Genetics Demystified offers an up-to-date, highly readable explanation of the basic principles of genetics, covering key topics such as human genetics, DNA, heredity, mutations, traits, chromosomes, and much more. This self-teaching guide comes complete with key points, background information, quizzes at the end of each chapter, and even a final exam. Simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for ... more info>>
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George DeWolfe's Digital Photography Fine Print Workshop
Learn the secrets of fine art digital photography Produce captivating and high-quality photographs easily and consistently with help from this invaluable guide, based on renowned photographer George DeWolfe's most popular workshop. Inside, you will learn his "16-bit workflow" technique for mastering the craft of printing fine art photographs. You will also discover how to set up a successful "closed loop" environment--one in which you handle the entire photographic process yourself, sending not... more info>>
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Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour
GOODBYE NATALIE, GOODBYE SPLENDOUR is the long-awaited, detailed account of events that led to the mysterious death of Hollywood legend Natalie Wood off the coast of Catalina Island on November 28, 1981. It is a story told by a haunted witness to that fateful evening: Dennis Davern, the young captain of Splendour, the yacht belonging to Wood and husband Robert Wagner. Davern initially backed up Wagner's version of that evening's events through a signed statement prepared by attorneys. But Davern... more info>>
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Gray Zone Wanderers: The Haunted Places of Norway
In Norway, a country of pragmatic denizens, it was trolls in previous centuries that sent shivers racing up and down splendid Nordic spines. Happily, capricious trolls have jumped from the pages of folk tales onto the stage, been cast in musical reviews, and finally come to rest in souvenir shops where they feel quite at home. This means that ghosts and apparitions have finally come into their own. And in this ancient land, with its wild, Viking past, there are ghosts aplenty. According to Sherl... more info>>
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Green Guide: The Complete Reference for Consuming Wisely
Paper or plastic? Organic or conventional? In a world that is rapidly going "green," how does the average person make decisions that are smart for the family--and good for the planet? The Green Guide is here to help, with the concepts and choices for Earth-conscious living. Presented in concise, information-packed chapters, this up-to-the-minute resource touches on every aspect of our lives, from grocery shopping to housecleaning to work, travel, and investing--enabling consumers to make informe... more info>>
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Hands-On Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Linux
"Steve Bobrowski has written the definitive guide on getting started with Oracle Datbase XE."--Tom Kyte of asktom.oracle.comThe fastest way to get up and running on Oracle Database XETake full advantage of all the powerful features available in Oracle Database 10g Express Edition with help from this easy-to-follow Oracle Press guide. Hands-On Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Windows shows you, step by step, how to set up, administer, tune, troubleshoot, and secure a robust database system... more info>>
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Heavenly Cookies Cookbook
A Delightful cookbook with recipes for the most heavenly cookies.
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His Secret Christmas Baby
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Holiday Helping Hands
A Touching Christmas Story for the whole family
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Houdini: The Ultimate Spellbinder
Originally published as: SPELLBINDER: The Life of Harry Houdini. He was born Ehrich Weiss but, at an early age, he chose another name for himself. He wanted a name to suit his career of magic and entertainment and he chose a name that paid homage to one of the legendary magicians of all time: Robert Houdin. His illusions and escapes were more astonishing and more challenging than anyone had ever done before and he eclipsed the names of all other magicians as his fame reached around the world, m... more info>>
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How I Wrote My First Book: the story behind the story
Twenty authors tell amazing stories about the efforts that went into writing their first book. Christine Amsden ~ "My Million Words of Crap" Darrell Bain ~ "The Story Behind The Pet Plague" Mayra Calvani ~ "Tips on Writing Your First Novel" Lee Denning ~ "Two Beginnings" Ginger Hanson ~ "Ten Lessons I Learned..." Toby Fesler Heathcotte ~ "The Manuscript from a Mystifying Source" Darby Karchut ~ "Wings" Linda Langwith ~ "The Serendipity Factor" Stephanie Osborn ~ "How a Rocket Scientist Bec... more info>>
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How Legendary Traders Made Millions
Learn how to generate profit, from history's most celebrated traders including William J. O'Neil, Jesse Livermore, and others. In How Legendary Traders Made Millions, award-winning investment author and historian John Boik has created the first book to put the strategies of history's top traders in one place. Revealing how each trader took advantage of distinct market situations, it details the hands-on specifics of each trade as well as the economic, political, and stock market environments in... more info>>
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How to Avoid Writer's Hell: The Query-Go-Round
This is book IV of a series that addresses most of what there is to know about writing a tight, exciting story. Finally, the long-awaited The Query-Go-Round addresses writing the dreaded query letter, the synopsis, and even how to compose confusing bibliographies. In Laymen's terms and with a touch of irreverent humor (and her rolled newspaper...mwahaha!), Ms. Bicknell-Brown delivers another installment that will help you learn as you laugh and have fun.
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How to Avoid Writer's Hell: Your Style? Oh, Hell No!
This is book III of a series that addresses most of what there is to know about writing a tight, exciting story. In Laymen's terms and with a touch of irreverent humor (and her rolled newspaper...mwahaha!), Ms. Bicknell-Brown discusses a new comma dilemma, when to use semi colons and colons, more on participial phrases, dangling participles, infinitives and split infinitives, dialogue tags, alliteration, writing blurbs, and much more. Watch for book IV which will cover writing the dreaded query ... more info>>
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How to Buy and Sell Real Estate for Financial Freedom
Achieve "bullet-proof" wealth in any real estate market The real key to achieving sustained wealth in real estate is finding just the right investment strategy--and then learning how to adapt it to changing market conditions. For that, you'll need the help of a mentor with a proven track record. A third-generation real estate investor, James Dicks made his first million before the age of thirty and went on to head his own international investment and financial services firm. Now, in How to Buy ... more info>>
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How to Promote, Market, and Advertise Your Published Book
A step-by-step guide that offers tools that you can integrate into your own marketing plan. These suggestions have been strategies used by authors to pull their books out of boxes, onto book shelves, and into a customer's hands. Here's how to get attention for your published book, from two authors who have practiced what they preach.
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Ice!
Retiring on a pension after being torpedoed in WWII, Tristan Jones embarks on a test of endurance that will last over two years, nearly killing him more than once. Attempting to sail farther North than anyone ever has, he embarks from Iceland on the Cresswell in the summer of 1959. His only companion? A three-legged, one-eyed Labrador named Nelson. He spends his first winter holed up near an Eskimo village in a Greenland fjord. After a violent snowstorm and without an adequate supply of food, he... more info>>
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Identity Card
In a narrative where tragedy begs to be masked by comedy, F.M. Esfandiary conveys the consequences and realities of Iranian life. In an attempt to flee the underdeveloped, bureaucratic country, a Middle Easterner searches for every possible way to obtain an identity card that will allow him to leave Iran. In this comic masterpiece we follow this alienated man on a journey to freedom against the backdrop of a society dominated by ceremonious formalities, politeness, responsibility and confusion. ... more info>>
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In Good Company: The Escort's Guide
It may be the oldest profession, but it doesn't have to be the worst. In this groundbreaking guide for both complete beginners and seasoned professionals, industry insider Kay Good explains how to make sex-work work for you.
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Journey of a Woman Marine: Life, Love, And Travels During and After the Marine Corps
Tired of changing her major every week and drinking 40s in Harvard Square, Lisa Cordeiro leaves Boston to embark on an adventure. She enlists in the Marine Corp--a decision that profoundly changes her life. After graduating from boot camp, she trains in the California desert and meets a Marine she could never befriend back home. Then, she deploys to Okinawa, Japan--a beautiful, tropical island where a nightmarish twist unfolds. Lisa grew up in the Corps, as a woman struggling in a world of "A Fe... more info>>
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Junk Fiction
Bestsellers have been with us for more than a century, ever since the first bestseller list appeared in 1895. But they have received surprisingly little attention from critics. What kind of books become bestsellers? Why do people read them? Do they have literary value or are they merely the literary equivalent of crossword puzzles? S. T. Joshi, a leading critic of horror, fantasy, and mystery fiction, devotes his attention to these and other issues, showing that bestsellers emerged only with the... more info>>
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