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  • The Tao Of Apathy

    by Thomas Cannon
    Who are the employees of St Jude’s Medical Center? You already know them. You work with them. Come take a madcap meeting with them anyway and see how and why they leave common sense behind as the new hospital administrator William Petty changes everything. He adjusts associated staffing levels (fires people) and increases workloads (sometimes for the fired people). He even limits Father Chuck to added-value duties. In response, the employees begin to form bad habits and a union. Howeve... more
  • I Love You For You

    by Heather Lester

    "You be who you're meant to be, and I'll love you for you." A child might be different from their parent in a lot of ways,
    but a parent's love is unconditional.

    I Love You For You celebrates the fun a parent and child have when they embrace what makes each other different.

  • Invasions on Hickory Road

    by Jim Delay
    Invasions on Hickory Road is a mystical yet insightfully comic story of dark intrusions that come to a sunny suburban neighborhood. When the families on Hickory Road learn about a home invasion in the next town, their first frightened impulse is to arm themselves against outside attackers. What they don’t realize is that invasions can come from inside their neighborhood as well as from outside, and that they are already endangered by the unknown secrets of Hickory Road itself. Most dangerous o... more
  • Aimee and Fluffy the Cat: ABCs are FUNdamental

    by EJ Samuwel
    Best-selling children’s book author, EJ Samuwel, has created a fun interactive digital reading experience for your young readers with his new book titled Aimee and Fluffy the Cat: ABC’s are FUNdamental.  Join in on the adventure as Aimee her trusted little companion and friends learn their ABC’s together!  
  • Impending isaster

    by Colin Guest
  • Southern Perceptions

    by C.M. Tremaine
    When Reyna Martin’s father gets a promotion that leads them to the cornfields of Grayson County, Texas, Reyna feels her life is officially over. The town is small to say the very least—and everyone in it has the small-town mentality to go with it. That is, until she is forced to share field chores over the summer with Dalton Sinclair. He’s handsome, hard-working and the biggest jerk she has ever met. But when Reyna accidentally stumbles across Dalton’s secret journal while working on the plantat... more
  • fire and safety consultancy

    by govind hg
    fire is a dangeres factor in our life.inoder to decrease the mischance due to fire,the security is a key factor for the life. Nowadays the fire security have a major part in our life. Additionally increment the fire security consultancies. Nowadays we make colossal structures like level, huge houses etc.in sound, the fire security officer occupations increases in very much requested. The level of flame success officers are enlargements. The standard incredible position of this course is ,it is... more
  • immigration consultancy

    by ankitha kg
    migration is a procedure of moving starting with one state then onto the next. Visa is the confirmation ticket for the migration allow. These days,the movement individuals from our state to another state increments. These days,the migration visa consultancies are increment in step by step. The measure of understudies are move from our state to another nations are increments. In our country,the living expense is increments in step by step. So we can't spare cash for our future. that is why,most o... more
  • honeymoon munnar tour packages

    by anil ram
    we like the make the most of our life.most of them like traveling.it give more vitality and pleasure.in kerala,there are parcel of traveler places are available.munnar is the a standout amongst the most wonderful place in kerala.this is the hillstation.munnar is the 52 ft most astounding structure the ocean level.lot of individuals visit the munnar in regular. Since we cherish the munnar. The January – walk is the season for the munnar.the tea development is develop in at least 1000 sections of ... more
  • By Hook or Crook

    by Lana Pereyaslavska
    Olive and Jim have stumbled on a gold mine. A rare and affordable plot of pristine land is an opportunity of a lifetime. But there is one catch - they can't access it, even after they buy it. It's so close, yet completely out of reach. Soon they find themselves on a quest, as they continue further down their gold mine. Anything goes, to make it their own. Tensions keep building. Risk and uncertainty dominate their lives. Will they win in the end?
  • The Tooth Fairy Trap

    by Maureen Straka
    Gavin lost his tooth, but he's not ready to let the Tooth Fairy have it just yet! He wants to get a good look at her first. It's awfully hard to catch the Tooth Fairy, but with help from his best friend, Gavin will try to build the perfect Tooth Fairy trap. Will he be able to outsmart the Tooth Fairy?
  • The New Kid: Surviving Middle School Is Tough...Being the New Kid Is Worse

    by Maureen Straka
    Middle school can be tough! Especially when Alex's best friend moves away and his dad loses his job. Then a new boy moves in next door and a bully starts picking on the new kid. Alex feels caught in the middle. If he defends the new kid, he may become the bully's next target. Alex soon finds out that the bully is hiding a secret that could change everything. Will Alex find the courage to do the right thing and stand up for the new kid? And can he survive middle school on his own? He'll soon l... more
  • Debris

    by L.M Brown
    Andre blames himself for his mother’s death-and believes his father does too. After months of difficulty, Andre flees his family home to live with his aunt where he meets troubled-teen Erin McEvoy. Erin’s mother disappeared a year ago, and she is certain that her abusive father is to blame. But when Andre starts to investigate, nothing is as it seems. Erin’s story doesn’t match up to the facts he’s uncovered, and Andre begins to understand he is not the only one with a secret.
  • The Shopkeeper's Journal

    by Troy Rasmussen
  • The Other Side of Silence

    by Jamie Klinger-Krebs
    When she felt the cold, hard metal barrel against her head, Grace closed her eyes tight and heard a fast ‘click’. She wasn’t surprised when the sharp, hot wind rushed across her face. She felt herself float above the street and saw the children. But they were too far away and hadn’t heard the shot. Alfred was below, shaking as he stood over her lifeless body with a gun in one hand and a bottle in the other. His thin, sickly frame was trembling and hot, angry tears streamed down his leathered fac... more
  • Long Walk Home

    by John L. Lansdale

    Ten-year-old Trenton O’Rourke’s life was changed forever during the summer of 1944. He and his family lived on a fading farm like many others in the small town of Angel Point, Mississippi. With family, friends and neighbors fighting overseas in World War II, and rising racial tensions back home, what was normally a routine summer turned into a nightmare of murder and loss, trying to cope with hard times to survive and the surprise learning experiences of growing up. Trenton’... more

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