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The Full Power Bike

The Full Power Bike Ride - A Cycle Touring Odyssey from England to New ZealandThe Full Power Bike Ride is the story of an idea, a crazy idea, becoming real: the outrageous feat of cycling to New Zealand from the UK!At the age of twenty-one, Cody Moir set off on a...

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Harvest: Memoir of a Mormon Missionary

"This is an amazing memoir, the most realistic, true-to-life account of a modern-day Mormon mission I've ever read. It feels extremely honest and authentic, with a non-manipulative agenda to depict how it really was for this particular missionary." Christopher...

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Baby Bootcamp

If you are a first-time parent suffering from sleep deprivation and running on because of the constant night baby awakenings, then you need to find a solution – and you need one now. Or maybe you are about to become a first-time parent and are in a panic because you...

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Lost Girls

“Rother is the next Ann Rule.” —Gregg Olsen Chelsea King was a popular high school senior, an outstanding achiever determined to make a difference. Fourteen-year-old Amber Dubois loved books and poured her heart into the animals she cared for. Treasured by all who...

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Magician of the Beautiful

WHO WAS THE MYSTERIOUS MAN CALLED NEVILLE?In this concise work, PEN Award-winning author and historian Mitch Horowitz explores one of the most radical, finely developed, and intriguing intellects in modern metaphysics: Neville Goddard (1905-1972).Neville issued the...

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Those Want Ads Can Be Murder

Those Want Ads Can Be Murder features cases where want ads have been used to lure victims. All of the cases end in murder. The stories start with The Black Widow of Laporte, Indiana which is the story of.Belle Gunness and her use of the want ads in the early 1900's....

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30 Days to a Stronger Child

Our children are the next great dreamers, educators, explorers, and leaders. It is now, in their childhood, that we give them the tools that shape them, the heart that drives them, and the knowledge that guides them.Our kids face an uncertain future filled with...

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Life and Times of a Wayward Geologist

This is a memoir of a man who grew up in the 40s and 50s in Mobile, Alabama, during a time when the South was strictly segregated--"We didn't know any black people except for our maids." After graduating from Murphy High School, he went on to the University of Alabama...

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After Words

In this darkly comic memoir, a young woman recounts the steps she took to rebuild her sense of self in the aftermath of two devastating strokes that robbed her of her ability to communicate.Nina Mitchell was an accomplished Harvard graduate whose world changed forever...

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Bergen-Belsen Survivor

A monument to the indestructible nature of the human spirit. In these compelling, award-winning, Holocaust memoirs, Nanette Blitz Konig relates her amazing story of survival during the Second World War when she, together with her family and millions of other Jews, was...

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The Honor Was Mine

Winner of the Nautilus Book Award and the Military Writers Society of America Gold Medal.A young combat veteran hides in his closet under a pile of clothes on bad nights. Another, home for five days, can’t figure out how to talk to his wife. And a commander’s spouse...

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Stuff Every American Should Know

This pocket-sized companion is filled with stuff every American should know.   Who played the first game of baseball? What's a bicameral congress? Where did Mount Rushmore come from? Who is Geronimo and who do we yell his name when we jump?   Stuff Every American...

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Simplify Your Lifestyle

Have you ever felt like stop buying unnecessary things, clutter free your house and spend more quality life with your family? Have you been trying hard to organize your living and working space and live with less? Simplify Your lifestyle is a solution you are looking...

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The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make

Although leadership is the hot topic on conference agendas and book tours, most people who find themselves in positions of leadership have little or no training for the role. They simply continue to make the same old mistakes. With additional and newly updated...

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A Part Of Me

It was all so unexpected.And now, she needs to fight the greatest battle of her life.Shirley is preoccupied with her non-stop daily routine: her demanding job at a law firm, raising her 18-month son and maintaining her loving relationship with her husband...Shirley’s...

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The Lost Covenant

In this captivating and creative look at African American history, slavery is explored through the lens of the ancient biblical tale of Noah and the Flood, Homer’s The Odyssey and Hero’s Journey. Thoughtful, insightful and always empowering, The Lost Covenant allows...

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Thrilling Cities

Ian Fleming’s world travels, interests, as well as his journalism and wartime experiences, lent authority to everything he wrote. In 1959, the Sunday Times commissioned Fleming to write a series of dispatches from the world’s most beguiling locales. The result was...

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Beep! Beep! Get Out of My Way!

Become a better version of yourself and live the life of your dreams. “Beep! Beep! Get Out of My Way: Seven Tools for Powerful Creation and Living Your Unstoppable Life" is based on the seven transformative tools from the Abundance Circle groups created by...

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The Heroines of SOE

Female spies are often the stuff of legend and myth. Here, for the first time, Beryl Escott tells the true story of the incredible 40 women who worked for Britain's Special Operations Executive during the Second World War. These women came from a variety of...

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450 One Line Insults and Put Downs

If you want to verbally destroy your friends and family with hilarious comebacks, without sounding like a child, then read on…Looking to zing your friends, family, and co-workers with laughable one liners?Want a quick and simple insult that is perfect for every...

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The Trail Life

Join Stopwatch, an inexperienced thru-hiker with a steep learning curve, as she tackles her first long-distance hike, the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, over 2600 miles from Mexico to Canada. She begins the trail with the sole purpose of getting to Canada and...

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The Woodvilles

From an acclaimed historical fiction author comes the first nonfiction book on the notorious and perennially popular Woodville family, investigating such controversial issues as the fate of the Princes in the Tower and witchcraft allegations against Elizabeth and her...

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Amsterdam Exposed

Winner of 15 literary awards, Amsterdam Exposed tells the true one-of-a-kind story of an innocent exchange student who moves to Amsterdam hoping to write a book about the red light district and everything that follows. It's an American abroad story, and also a love...

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The Fall of Fortresses

‘A SHINING ACCOMPLISHMENT. A CLASSIC' NEW YORK TIMES‘RANKS AMONG THE OUTSTANDING AIR MEMOIRS OF THE WAR' MAX HASTINGSOn an August morning in England in 1943, a group of American airmen were told that before the day was out they would deliver the blow that would win...

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The Ultimate Book of Impostors

True stories of more than a hundred of the boldest and most brazen impostors of the past 500 years.Their stories range from the curious lives of small-time criminals to royal pretenders, notorious murderers and some distinctly peculiar fantasists.You’ll find out who...

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The diary of an average runner

A training diary that turned into an Amazon best seller, all totally beyond my wildest dreams."Such and entertaining read, Mark digs deep within himself and shows the true spirit of an ultra-runner. An inspiration to everyone showing it's all about mind over matter""I...

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The Unlikely Triathlete

Women don't take up triathlon in their forties, right? Wrong! That was exactly what 41 year old Debs did.Not caring that she was more than a bit on the heavy side, and diabetic to boot, she signed up for her first triathlon.However, despite her failings and lack of...

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Swimming with Maya: A Mother’s Story

Previously available only in hardcover, Swimming with Maya demonstrates the remarkable process of healing after the traumatic death of a loved one. Eleanor Vincent raised her two daughters, Maya and Meghan, virtually as a single-parent. Maya, the eldest, was a...

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Unveiled Threat

Clash of CivilizationsIn 1978, Janet Tavakoli, a Christian of European heritage born and raised in the United States, moved to Iran with her husband. The large class divide, grand ambitions of the insecure Shah, discontent among religious leaders, brutality of the...

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Fascinating Facts About Famous Musicians

"I'm a music-head, and I found much that I did not know. Very entertaining!" —Amazon Reviewer"Very entertaining & interesting read! Many little known facts that any music fan would find amusing & enlightening." —Amazon ReviewerFascinating Facts About Famous Musicians...

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The Girl Puzzle

The sensational THE GIRL PUZZLE** No#1 in America **** No#1 in the UK **** No#1 in Canada **** No#1 in Australia **** No#1 in India **** No#1 in Spain ** Her published story is well known. But did she tell the whole truth about her ten days in the madhouse?Down to her...

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Ninja School Mum

Obsessive-compulsive school mum, Skye, is a lonely elite spy, who is running from her past whilst trying to protect the future of her child. She tries hard to fit in with the other parents at her son’s new school, but the only person who accepts her unconventional way...

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She’s Not Herself

On the surface, her childhood seemed normal—even idyllic. Linda grew up in the iconic immigrant community of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, with her parents and a gifted older brother. But she spent her days at home alone with a mother who suffered major bouts of...

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Pablo Escobar’s Story

“Finally, the definitive book about Escobar, original and up-to-date” – UNILAD, Joseph Loftus Pablo Escobar was a mama’s boy who cherished his family and sang in the shower, yet he bombed a passenger plane and formed a death squad that used genital electrocution.Most...

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