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Stainer by Iolanthe Woulff

Stainer by Iolanthe WoulffStainer by Iolanthe Woulff follows the life of Ben Steiner, a precocious but terminally uncool college student living in 1970’s New York City. Beginning on his 21st birthday, he meets the girl of his dreams, as well as the dynamic P.T.…

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Guilt by Bruce W. Perry

Guilt by Bruce W. PerryThree men are going on the vacation of lifetime in the Swiss Alps, when it’s revealed that one of the men might be involved in some shady business practices. After a deadly avalanche, questions arise about one of the men’s motives, and if he’s really as innocent as he seems.…

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Two Women & Too Many Men by Nancy Orchard

Two Women & Too Many MenIn Two Women & Too Many Men by Nancy Orchard, best friends explore the confusion, joy, and sensuality of rejoining the dating scene after they leave their cheating exes. Alix and Suzi’s story builds out from their friendship, which provides the foundation of the story.…

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Tennis with God by Brian Cox

Tennis with God by Brian CoxIn Tennis with God: My Quest for the Perfect Game and Peace With My Father, author Brian Cox tells an engaging globe-trotting story about tennis, spirituality, and healing fractured relationships.

Born in Kenya, presaging a life of international wandering, Brian Cox was the son of a US embassy professional, ex-boxer, and tennis addict whose domination resulted in Brian learning the game of tennis early on.…

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Generous Fruits: A Survey of American Homesteading by Barbara Bamberger Scott

Generous Fruits: A Survey of American Homesteading Generous Fruits: A Survey of American Homesteading by Barbara Bamberger Scott is a fascinating history of the homesteading movement, from early settlers in America up to the modern day. Written from a “walked the walk” perspective, Scott shows an obvious passion for her subject, unearthing the challenges, successes, and missteps that American homesteaders have faced over the centuries.…

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A Generation of Dark: A Prison Notebook by C.F. Villa

A Generation of Dark: A Prison Notebook by C.F. VillaAfter fifteen years in solitary confinement in a California SHU (Special Housing Unit), writer C. F. Villa offers short poems and essays chronicling his prison experiences, along with memories of childhood in an indigenous family.

Villa asserts that SHUs restrain, control and essentially torture those inmates who demonstrate most resistance.…

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1939: The Phantom Zeppelin (Churchill’s Children Book 1) by A.R. Grogan

1939 - The Phantom Zeppelin by A. R. Grogan The Phantom Zeppelin (Churchill’s Children Book 1) by A.R. Grogan is an engaging middle grade historical novel following the exploits of a group of aristocratic children during World War II who work undercover for Winston Churchill. Christopher Finch, the child of a diplomat, is at the story’s center, who becomes one of Churchill’s spies, leading to incredible adventures for the typical 12-year-old boy in this informative and engrossing first book in the series.…

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The Little Black Book of Human Resources Management by Barry Wolfe

The Little Black Book of Human Resources Management by Barry WolfeBarry Wolfe presents a refreshing but often unconventional take on some of the little-discussed but real-life happenings in Human Resource offices in The Little Black Book of Human Resources Management.

Wolfe has walked the walk – currently serving as Vice President, Human Resources for a consulting firm – and talks the talk expertly.…

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