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  • Low Level Laser Therapy For Physical Therapists - Skills Development

    by Malini Chaudhri
    This is the Second edition of a popular practical book on Low Level Laser Therapy dedicated to a technical skills development framework for all practitioners of medicine, sports, spas and cam. It releases new aspects of photo medicine in its support to gene therapy, lymphatics, sports and systemic diseases. It shows a segment of invention dedicated to treating malignancy also. The lymphatic section can support the prevention of diseases as breast cancer and correction post cancer. This is Everym... more
  • Good Girls on Bad Drugs

    by Mark Mathew Braunstein
    Good Girls on Bad Drugs portrays the shattered lives of girls next door who became crack, coke, opioid, and heroin addicts, and who in their hustle for drugs became streetwalkers and internet escorts. In jailhouse journals and interviews, they confess with candor and courage to their sex work and drug crimes amid two mega-casinos and their three nearby small cities. Doomed by uncurbed addictions, most girls never recover, while others die young from AIDS, OD, or murder. Here a spotlight is shine... more
  • ISBN: 978-1508506959

    by Tony Thorne MBE
    Tony Thorne MBE’s new ‘fact against fiction’ book is about THE SINGULARITY, and the resulting Artificial Intelligence Explosion. So what is a singularity? It’s easiest described as a one way event, something which once it occurs cannot be reversed. So what kind of singularity phenomenon is explored in this book? Many scientists claim it poses a far greater threat to humanity than global warming, and it may be no more than ten years away..! This singularity, the creation of machines that are far ... more
  • Skyward Bound: Hot-Air Ballooning

    by Alese Pechter
    Skyward Bound captures the imagination of the young child yearning to fly. Read along and enjoy magnificent photos of breathtaking, colorful balloons as they explore from the clouds. Learn how a balloon is assembled, inflated, rises to the sky, and becomes a rainbow of colors overhead. In this book, parents and children will feel the excitement and peacefulness of a hot-air balloon adventure!
  • The First Iditarod

    by Helen Hegener
    The First Iditarod shares the story of the first running of The Last Great Race through the words of mushers who made that first journey to Nome in 1973, captured in recorded and videotaped interviews conducted by the author over a span of several years. “Herbie Nayokpuk and I were at Farewell Lake and it started snowing. I mean it was like a major snowstorm, and we were running down the trail and all of a sudden you couldn’t find the trail anymore! We got into this real thick brush and we st... more
  • The Beautiful Matanuska Valley: From the Matanuska Glacier to Point MacKenzie, and from the Knik Glacier to the Little Susitna R

    by Helen Hegener
    A photographic exploration of Alaska's Matanuska Valley. The founding, settling, and development, details about the Valley’s geography, geology, transportation, agriculture, mining, recreation, tourism, and history. Highlighted by hundreds of full-color photographs, this book showcases the many wonders of the beautiful Matanuska Valley.
  • Grace That Grows

    by Daniel Ethan Harris
    Our souls hunger for grace and for growth. Yet for many of us, the concepts are mutually exclusive. If we have grace, we think there's no need for growth. Or if we want to grow, we pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and resist grace. In this deep, delightful, and highly practical book, Daniel Ethan Harris presents a dynamic God who is calling us to cooperate with his lavish grace for the sake of our growth. This book will guide you into knowing more deeply––and becoming like––the God Daniel wri... more
  • What Happened to Paul Carter: Vol. II: Collateral Damage

    by Katherine De Bois
    Collateral Damage is the second and hopefully, closing chapter in Katherine De Bois’ true life, psychological thriller, What Happened to Paul Carter. Immediately immersing into the murky side of society and the underbelly of relationships. Beginning in 2014, as a wonderful love story, it quickly turns dark, and now continues, as she tries to comprehend the colossal changes in her life, when the man she adores disappears, and love is replaced with a hit on her life, forcing her into a world of d... more
  • What Happened to Paul Carter

    by Katherine De Bois
    Not for the faint hearted, this contemporary, psychological thriller, is the very graphic and TRUE story of Katherine De Bois. Now being hunted by a hired hitman, and on the run. At first glance it appears a decadent love story, but when you add the word hitman, it is no longer just a romance. In 2014, after her much loved fiance disappears before her eyes, Katherine is forced into a complex and confusing world of deception, betrayal, hitmen and thugs. Determined to find the truth a... more
  • College Degree Is One Of The Inevitable Things of Your Life

    by Elanora Brown
    Your education is simply the single most noteworthy blessing you can give yourself. While there are educational open doors surrounding us, some of them come at a more noteworthy cost than others. A college education may require a strong speculation of time and cash forthright however the result is greatly improved after some time than if you utilized your background with a specific end goal to accomplish a similar level of education that you can pack into 2... more
  • Gaining the High Ground over Evolutionism

    by Robert J. O'Keefe
    Gaining the High Ground over Evolutionism investigates a philosophical problem with a history, how what began as a stipulation of scientific inquiry, the stipulation of natural causes only, ended up as a conclusion--the conclusion that natural causes are all that exist.
  • Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction

    by Roz Morris
    In life there’s the fast lane, and then there’s the scenic route. Take your time getting there and you might meet people whose personal quests are as gripping as those of any household name. In Not Quite Lost, Roz Morris celebrates the hidden stories in the apparently ordinary. Her childhood home, with a giant star-gazing telescope on the horizon and a garden path that disappears under next door's house. A tour guide in Glastonbury who is having a real-life romance with a character from A... more
  • Sky Theater: Essays on Rural Life and Community from the Editor of Dakotafire Magazine

    by Heidi Marttila-Losure

    Sky Theater is a collection of opinion writing by Heidi Marttila-Losure from her time as editor of Dakotafire magazine. The articles include perspectives on agriculture, technology, education, health, wealth, and even the benefits of long underwear. The title comes from one of the underappreciated benefits of rural living: an unobstructed view of the ever-changing sky.

    This edition features 54 color images.

  • Content Writing

    by Junaid Shah
    Our team consists of talented and dexterous writers who have the capability to produce fresh and high-quality content at the affordable prices.
  • Misreading Judas: How Biblical Scholars Missed the Biggest Story of All Time

    by Robert Wahler

    The 2006 world-wide introduction of the discovery of the Gospel of Judas by the National Geographic Society was not only incorrectly done, it stated the exact opposite of what it really says because the scholars chosen to interpret it were all Christian-religion biased. Judas is the sacrifice and Master.

  • Philosophy

    by Rahmel Garner
    This is a book for thinkers. It is a book that consists of psychogenic-spiritual-growth. It teaches how learning-and-living are religion itself. It reveals to us the many realities of illusion-and-truth. And of suffering-and-salvation, and opens our eyes to the sad fact of never attaining the perfection that we seek. It is a message that confounds us all and sanctifies our desperate plea for self-renunciation.