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XX v XY: The Final World War

Published: 09/05/2017

The Gender Wars won’t be fought with machines—they’ll be fought with people. And when the women of West America wage war with men in the East, it’ll be anything but unimaginative. In East America, the most fertile women go through excruciating body- and mind-altering training until their identities satisfy that…

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Football Betting Made Easy: Secrets of a Professional Handicapper

Published: 08/29/2017

From one of the most respected football handicappers in the country, discover profitable football wagering made easy! In Football Betting Made Easy John Rothschild starts you on your profitable journey with wild gambling stories that are hard to believe, but true. You’ll discover his enlightening angles that will show you…

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The Memo: How the Classified Military Document That Helped the US Win WW II Can Help You Succeed in Business

Published: 08/29/2017

The Memo reveals how to succeed in business using the top-secret WWII strategy that ultimately led to the Allied victory. Much is known about how the atomic bomb helped the United States achieve final victory in World War II. However, little is known about a weapon that was, perhaps, even…

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The Trump Internet Password Logbook

Published: 08/15/2017

Do you always forget your passwords because your memory has gone to pot? Do you squirrel away scraps of cryptic notes with passwords and logins that only you understand—but then later you don’t have a clue what they’re for? Are you worried about hackers? The Russians? North Korea? Or even…

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Fierce at Four Foot Two

Published: 08/15/2017

In this frank, unflinching, hilarious and—at times—heartbreaking memoir, Terra Jolé, beloved star of reality television’s Little Women: LA and Terra’s Little Family, shares her never-before-told story of what it takes to overcome small-mindedness and make it as a little person in Hollywood. With little more than a dream in her…

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Love the Journey to College: Guidance from an Admissions Consultant and her Daughter

Published: 08/01/2017

"Jill Madenberg draws upon her 20-plus years of counseling experience while her daughter Amanda—a student who just recently went off to college—adds tips and personal stories. Whether you are wondering how to choose high school classes and activities, create a realistic college list, get the most out of a campus…

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101 Small Rules for a Big Job Search: New Guidelines for Today’s Job Seeker

Published: 08/01/2017

From America’s #1 placement and recruitment specialist and the author of the successful Acing the Interview comes a set of simple rules to help you land a job in the 21st world of today’s market. In 101 Small Rules for a Big Job Search, Tony Beshara, the employment expert Dr.…

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Do No Harm

Published: 08/01/2017

Trapped on a back ward in a 1970s state mental hospital, Andy, 21, drugged, depressed, and demoralized, fights to outwit the sadistically depraved psychiatrist determined to keep him there. First, high school senior Andy Koops barely reacts to his father's suicide. Then, in college, a manic episode lands him in…

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Dangerous Ground: The Team Book Five

Published: 07/25/2017

The South China Sea is a dangerous place. China, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Brunei are all building artificial islands in an attempt to claim territorial waters. When the United States discovers that a long missing twenty-megaton nuclear bomb—a “Broken Arrow”—sits at six hundred feet, right next to the construction of a…

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African Dragon: The Team Book 3

Published: 07/25/2017

To gain access to the vast mineral wealth of the Democratic Republic of Congo, China sends in disguised military advisors who will lead the “People’s Army of Congo” against the seated government. The US won’t sit back and allow China to overthrow a pro-western democracy, but also doesn’t want open…

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