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Lost or Forgotten Oldies

Lost or Forgotten Oldies

How can you search for oldies you want to hear when you've forgotten them? Radio doesn't play a lot of those oldies anymore, even though you would enjoy hearing them again. This book offers you access to over 150 links to YouTube videos for Lost or Forgotten Oldies as...

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Parenting During a Pandemic

Parenting During a Pandemic

This short book is for parents coping with a pandemic. It's a quick reminder that this pandemic is temporary, and importantly, that our kids are going to be OK. Even if it doesn't always feel like it. The book is meditative in nature, filled with white space.Inspired...

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Sergeant to CEO

Sergeant to CEO

Sergeant to CEO is a biographical account of Sean P Jensen, a former active duty Marine Sergeant who transitioned into a successful entrepreneur and CEO, Starting from his abandonment into foster care. It details his trials and tribulations searching for himself and...

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Shipping Container Homes

Shipping Container Homes

Would you like to know all the processes of building shipping container homes completely and easily?Are you trying to find the cheapest way to build a full-comforts and beautiful house?Would you like to learn everything about the best methods of heating and cooling of...

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Quantum Physics For Beginners

Quantum Physics For Beginners

Have you ever wanted to explore the complex world of quantum psychics? It can be a complicated subject to manoeuvre. There’s so much to learn about it and without the right guidance it’s easy to get lost. This book was written to help guide you through the exciting...

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Fancy Prison

Fancy Prison

An instinctual pull as old as time - a grandmother wanting to hold her newborn grandchild - bring readers into an unbelievable ordeal. Author Tina Fumo travels to a small town in Canada and finds herself in the most stressful situation of her life. The 'authorities'...

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Spirit of the Road

Spirit of the Road

Spirit of the Road: The Life of an American Trucker embarks on a one-year journey across the United States in an eighteen-wheeler. It runs the gambit from a wide-eyed rookie in Commercial Driving school to the eventual embracing of a new lifestyle at a dusty little...

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Ufo Disclosure

Ufo Disclosure

The real question is not if they exist, but what they are.In the last few months, we are witnessing something that only ten years ago could only be seen in cinemas.State officials talking about a threat to national security; dozens of photos and videos confirmed by...

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High and Low

High and Low

When dealing with emotional baggage, it's best to pack light.An amusing and life-affirming travel memoir, concluding with tips for managing depressive episodes.Keith Foskett refused to let his dark mood define his limitations. Unknowingly suffering with depression, he...

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The Kentucky Cannibal

The Kentucky Cannibal

In 1850, following a divorce and a number of encounters with the law, Boone Helm headed ‘Out West’ to chase the Californian Gold Rush with his cousin. When his cousin pulled out at the last minute, Helm was incensed, and brutally stabbed him to death. Helm was...

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Introducing Logic

Introducing Logic

Logic is the backbone of Western civilization, holding together its systems of philosophy, science and law. Yet despite logic's widely acknowledged importance, it remains an unbroken seal for many, due to its heavy use of jargon and mathematical symbolism.This book...

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Walden on Wheels

Walden on Wheels

In this frank and witty memoir, Ken Ilgunas lays bare the existential terror of graduating from the University of Buffalo with $32,000 of student debt. Ilgunas set himself an ambitious mission: get out of debt as quickly as possible. Inspired by the frugality and...

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Stopping Napoleon

Stopping Napoleon

Following the Battle of Trafalgar, Britain had one objective: stopping Napoleon at all costs… After his defeat by Nelson at Trafalgar, Napoleon knew he could never invade England. Many thought he would try to take over the vast, crumbling Ottoman Empire, return to...

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A Theory of Everything Else

A Theory of Everything Else

That elusive Holy Grail of modern physics, A Theory of Everything (ToE), would explain the universe in a single set of equations. Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking tackled the problem during their lifetimes and the quest continues today in laboratories around the...

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Shift Change

Shift Change

Anyone can work in a convenience store, but some people really shouldn't... James Sims is a recent college graduate who has done everything by the book, but that doesn't mean that he has actually done anything right. With an expensive coffee coaster for a degree and...

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Hits, Heathens, and Hippos

Hits, Heathens, and Hippos

“A thoroughly absorbing and inherently fascinating account of a most unusual life lived out in a series of equally unusual circumstances.”—Midwest Book Review Everyone has dreams of what they want to accomplish in life. Marty Essen’s childhood dream of becoming a...

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Save Your Brain Now

Save Your Brain Now

There is an ever increasing epidemic of the decline of cognitive function and the diseases of dementia! Save Your Brain Now describes how a healthy brain functions and what causes cognitive decline that all too often leads to the diseases of dementia.In addition, the...

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Deadly Pretender

Deadly Pretender

A New York Times–bestselling author and former Los Angeles Times reporter’s account of a con artist and bigamist who resorts to murder to hide his double life.   David Miller had a dream job and a beautiful family. But one perfect life...

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The Ball’s in Your Court

The Ball’s in Your Court

What is Michael Jordan really like? What does it take to be a world-class champion and how can we apply that knowledge to our own lives? What makes a great teacher? Why was Phil Jackson such a successful coach? Michael S. Lewis, M.D., a Chicago Bulls orthopedic...

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Working Parent Stories

Working Parent Stories

Parents who are working and raising kids know that it isn't easy. In fact, it's often downright difficult. That's why we admire them.This collection of short stories helps parents understand that they can be committed to their kids and their careers and that the...

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Butcher, Baker

Butcher, Baker

The horrific true story of serial kidnapper, rapist, and killer Robert Hansen’s reign of terror As oil-boom money poured into Anchorage, Alaska the city quickly became a prime destination for the seedier elements of society: prostitutes, pimps, con men, and...

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The Trail of Ted Bundy

The Trail of Ted Bundy

The untold true crime story behind the notorious serial killer who preyed on women across the United States from the author of The Bundy Murders.   Journey back in time to when Ted Bundy was killing young women and girls in the Pacific Northwest and beyond....

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No Stone Unturned

No Stone Unturned

The New York Times bestselling author takes readers on “a fascinating journey into the trenches of crime [investigation]”—now revised and updated (Lowell Cauffiel, New York Times bestselling author).A body stuffed in a car trunk swallowed by the...

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Manson in His Own Words

Manson in His Own Words

“Gives us a portrait close to the truth” of the man responsible for the Tate-LaBianca murders that changed Hollywood and ended the sixties (The New York Times Book Review). This astonishing book lays bare the life and the mind of a man whose acts have...

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Ice and Bone

Ice and Bone

“A chilling chronicle of victims brutally murdered by a cold, merciless killer, against a backdrop equally as unforgiving—the Last Frontier” (Henry Lee, author of Presumed Dead).   On a clear, brisk night in September of 2000,...

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Cruising from Boston to Montreal

Cruising from Boston to Montreal

This fascinating travel memoir celebrates a rousing game at Fenway Park, explores the beauty of Acadia National Park, visits Halifax's Immigration Museum, reveals Alexander Graham Bell's role in early Canadian flight, discovers the center of Ursuline history and...

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15-Minute Parenting

15-Minute Parenting

‘When I tried Joanna’s approach during the first lockdown, I was both comforted and excited by how such a small change could have such a big impact.’ Dr. Suzanne McClean Parenting through the teenage years can be challenging and overwhelming. With...

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America’s First Female Serial Killer

America’s First Female Serial Killer

This is Capote’s In Cold Blood for serial killer enthusiasts: meticulously researched, superbly written, and incredibly vivid. Don’t miss it.” —Gabino Iglesias, author of Coyote Songs America’s First Female Serial Killer novelizes...

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Brothers in Blood

Brothers in Blood

A “gripping, emotionally charged” account of a brutal crime committed by escaped prisoners from an Edgar Award–winning author (Los Angeles Times Book Review).   In 1973, six members of the Alday family were brutally murdered in their home in...

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Cold Blooded

Cold Blooded

Investigators and Central Florida residents were horrified when 16-year-old vampire cult leader Rod Ferrell was arrested and charged with bludgeoning a cult member's parents. When they realized the slain couple's 15-year-old daughter was missing, they feared she was a...

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The ‘Peyton Place’ Murder

The ‘Peyton Place’ Murder

Grace Metalious, born and raised in Manchester, New Hampshire, came from humble beginnings. A former mill worker, mother of three, and school principal's wife, she would shock the nation in 1956 with the publication of Peyton Place, her first novel about a murder in a...

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A Life in Death

A Life in Death

WINNER - PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE 2017 This updated edition contains additional material on the Hillsborough disaster. Detective Inspector Richard Venables (QPM, rtd.) has helped identify thousands of bodies all over the world, piecing together fragments from tsunamis,...

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Valley of The Kings

Valley of The Kings

#1 Amazon Bestseller!2017 National Indie Excellence Awards FINALIST2017 International Book Awards FINALIST2016 International Pacific Book Award WINNER Best Historical Fiction  In the year 1355 BCE, the land of Egypt was the superpower of the known world. King Tut's...

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Swallows & Robins

Swallows & Robins

'It's absolutely brilliant, it made me laugh - in fact snort - out loud and then cry. Susie is a marvellous writer.' The Good Life France. As the world's worst housekeeper, running holiday homes wasn't, with hindsight, a sensible idea. But two collapsing buildings on...

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