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Grad to Grown-Up: 68 Tips to Excel in Your Personal and Professional Life

Publication Date: 04/12/2022

Everything you didn’t learn in school but all you need to know to launch your personal and professional life. Grad to Grown-Up: 68 Tips to Excel in Your Personal and Professional Life is a unique self-help book that offers a roadmap to kickstart your future. Rags-to-riches author and CEO Gene…

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The Thin Blue Lie: An Honest Cop vs the FBI

Publication Date: 02/08/2022

In this gripping whistleblower account of FBI corruption and malfeasance, Greg Dillon—veteran state investigator and former FBI agent—finds himself caught up in an FBI misconduct scandal resulting in coverups, retaliation, a federal trial, and a landmark court ruling. When Greg Dillon is assigned to a federal fugitive task force in…

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Golf Proverbs: Golf Metaphors for Faith, Family, and Business

Publication Date: 02/01/2022

Golf Proverbs is a book of spiritual metaphors about golf and life. Written by a brilliant businessman and the founder of MINT dentistry, Dr. Field Harrison combines his passion for the game of golf with his love for business, family, faith, and Jesus in short one-liner life lessons full of…

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They Call Me Ishmael

Publication Date: 01/25/2022

Set in the South Pacific and based on true events, this is a novel about war, gold, interracial friendship, and the emergence of a new nation. Growing up in Bougainville, an island archipelago in the South Pacific, Ishmael always wanted to be a soldier. The Crisis—a brutal civil war with…

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Deal Junkie: A Half-Century of Deals that Brought the Biggest U.S. Retail and Apparel Companies to Answer the Moment and Prepare for the Future

Publication Date: 01/25/2022

Bringing public and private companies to the bargaining table to merge, sell or divest themselves is an intense high-wire act—and Gilbert Harrison’s Deal Junkie is an in-depth account of how a great practitioner of the art form has pulled off these kinds of deals over the course of five-plus decades…

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The Positive Side of the Street: A Collection of Previously Unpublished Lectures

Publication Date: 01/25/2022

In 1964, Napoleon Hill presented a series of lectures that have never been published—until now. “The subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between a penny and a million dollars. It does not know the difference between success and failure, and it’ll work just as hard to make a failure out…

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Reaching God Speed: Unlocking the Secret Broadcast Revealing the Mystery of Everything

Publication Date: 01/25/2022

Is it possible we’ve all been missing something extraordinary in life? Can we really discover and understand the secret to everything? The answer is surprising, and what we’re about to learn will wake us up to a reality most of us never knew existed. The reason we’re so oblivious is…

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American Muckraker: Rethinking Journalism for the 21st Century

Publication Date: 01/25/2022

This seminal work of nonfiction recounts the new journalistic mass movement of today. Compiled from over a decade of investigative reporting coupled with a vast reference of philosophical research, American Muckraker is the definitive guide of truth-telling in the video age. ON POWER They do have tremendous power. But in…

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The Letters Project: A Daughter’s Journey

Publication Date: 01/18/2022

The Letters Project is about big history, the Holocaust, but it is also an extraordinarily intimate personal narrative—a rare blend of informative, poignant, excruciating, startling, humorous, and ultimately inspiring storytelling. In 1986, when her mother died at the age of sixty-four, Eleanor Reissa went through all of her belongings. In…

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Building from the Ground Up: Reclaiming the American Housing Boom

Publication Date: 01/11/2022

Myths and misunderstandings about what happened in the Great Recession continue to hinder the American economy by making us afraid of the one thing we need most: more homes. Remember when mania led to a massive housing bubble? When Americans found themselves saddled with too many houses and were hit…

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