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By Kevin J. Ryan
A local detective moves to the suburban police force to get away from the brutal crime scene seen by him as a Philadelphia homicide detective. Shortly after his arrival, there are a series of seemingly unrelated murders in the quiet middle-class township. Unbeknownst to the detective, there is a serial murderer afoot, who is both clever and brutal in his attacks. Four murders go unsolved followed by the death of an earlier victim who survived the attack initially. As the detective believes he is closing in, he is badly injured when a truck, laying in wait for him, crashed into his car on his way home from work. A clever scheme by the detective and local law enforcement to catch the murderer in a trap backfires.
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By Horst Winkler
The book in your hands is replete with historic facts and numerous sexual innuendoes. It is a thriller, richly interspersed with sexual content as well as serious contemplation. It is a novel based on historic happenings. This book contains a voyage to America and the achievement of unimaginable wealth. The time is the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The narration records the sexual foibles of the powerful men who shaped an emerging time in history. It is the period following the Civil War in which America’s might became consolidated in a unified nation. America evolved into an industrial giant with advancement into a military force of significance during the First World War. This book is a tribute to the American spirit—to its democratic institutions and meritocracy. Title and blood have no currency. They are irrelevant. It is merit and merit only that brings advancement. This is unique in the world. This country creates no hindrance to success. It rewards industry and abhors sloth. It admires dogged determination and courage to prevail. It is uniquely American. Most profoundly, it is unprejudiced to wealth created by immigrants. This profundity is foreign to any other nation. It is an entirely new thing under the sun. It is America.
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By Guy Sterling
The book that brings America's gateway city to life. Newark, New Jersey, is not only one of the oldest cities in the country but also a place that notable Americans from all walks of life have called home. Among the famous are Thomas Edison, Aaron Burr, Sarah Vaughan, Whitney Houston, Jerome Kern, Shaquille O'Neal, Queen Latifah, Allen Ginsberg, Amiri Baraka, Jackie Gleason, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Steiger, Frankie Valli, Joe Pesci, and Wyclef Jean. Familiar names include the likes of Ed Koch, Dutch Schultz, Washington Irving, Fanny Brice, and Marvin Hagler. And then there are those who enjoyed their moment in the spotlight but have mostly faded from memory, like silent film star Harold Lockwood, Wimbledon champ Ted Schroeder, TV cop David Toma, and opera diva Maria Jeritza. For the first time, The Famous, the Familiar and the Forgotten brings together in a single volume these celebrated personalities and many more just like them in a salute to the city that gave them their start or helped them along the way to renown. Included with entries are address listings. So come take a journey beginning with its founding in 1666 to a city with a roster of remarkable residents as impressive as any place in the country—Newark, New Jersey, home to history.
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By Peter A. Lamana, Ed.D.
The Civil War is finally over, and the survivors have returned to their lives to try to rebuild. There was very little time for rest and relaxation. Nothing can be truer for the people of the small country town of Mystic. However, something has come to Mystic with the survivors…a game called Base Ball. For many years the people of Mystic have indulged themselves in various kinds of stick-and-ball games…everything from cricket to rounders, to something called Muffin Ball, but none of the games were ever popular enough to become organized…until Base Ball. As the residents of Mystic struggle establish their own Base Ball club, they discover that Base Ball is taking over the nation by storm. With a faithful group of town leaders, a retired Judge, and several veterans, Mystic finds that it is ahead of the storm, instead of getting caught up in it. As the town team forms, and a simple league with other small towns is established, the Mystic town folk enjoy watching their very own team playing this “city game” their way…making mistakes, fumbling over the bases, and arguing with…everyone, the people of Mystic become a true base ball town. Then when captain of the Drummers contacts the Mystic team with a request to come to Mystic to play a fun exhibition game on the Fourth of July, the initial thought was one of reservation…the Drummers were a traveling team of colored players. To the people of Mystic, a town that sided with the Northern Union forces, the prospect of playing a colored “barnstorming” team was cause to celebrate a game that changed the town of Mystic forever.
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By Jane Golden
Jeni, the wife of a recently appointed diplomat, enjoys cultural intrigue and lasting friendships when she joins the exotic International Ladies of Bucharest. But when Jeni volunteers to help one of those friends solve a mystery on an old family vineyard, she learns that trips to Romania’s wine country can be deadly. Two murders, with Jeni caught in the middle, have the police pointing fingers the wrong way. Jeni must fight against the clock to solve the mystery before she is arrested or, worse, becomes the true murderer's next victim.
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By Bobbie Hefner
On a snowy Christmas night, Santa sends a Golden puppy named Radar on a special mission, with his best friend, a little bear named Teddy. But he does not tell him what he is to do and where he is to go. Radar is afraid because he is just a pup. Santa assures him to just follow his nose and he will know just what to do when the time is right. This is a story for all ages. It is about magic and trust and believing you can do something hard even when you are afraid. It’s about letting go and trusting your instincts to do what is right. It’s about two unusual friends who help each other to see the goodness that resides in each of them.
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By Dr. Mel Carr
This book tells a story of Dr. Mel Carr’s experience working in a correctional medical center. The doctor had no idea what to expect when he first took the job. He had worked at various other medical positions but found no financial or professional satisfaction. Yet he somehow found his vocational career in the correctional medical field, which contrarily offered him very little prestige or prosperity in his professional endeavors. But the experience slowly developed into a new, enthusing frontier as Carr experienced the bizarre situational calamities. It wasn’t till the seasoned Dr. Austen Rider arrived and gradually revealed that these awkward disasters could be contained and even vilified and should be seen as unique challenges and not obstacles. This also tells about the uniqueness of functioning as a health care provider in a detention center and the experiences of performing there. The book is dedicated to all the providers that worked under grim and erroneous conditions, and it is an acknowledgement to those who were able to comprehend their imprudent quagmire and superseded the environmental, psychological, and physical circumstances for the benefit of society and their coworkers.
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By Lisa Lill
Now I’m a Christian, now what? This is a true story of one lady’s spiritual journey into faith and her loving relationship with God. Through her experiences, God enabled her to live life by faith by teaching her how to communicate with him, how to experience him and how to hear him. This deepened her loving relationship with God so much that she experiences a peace so incredible that it is beyond description and belief. She experiences this peace no matter what she is going through. God made her into the person he wanted her to be by changing her values, her thoughts and her ways. These changes prepared her to live a life by faith and enabled her to carry out God's plans for her life. The day that she learned to live by faith will stay with her the rest of her life because God developed a loving relationship with her that enabled her to love him, experience him and trust him. This book will give hope and inspiration to those people searching for answers about faith, peace or a loving relationship with God.
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By Michael Warren Munsey
An Average Joe’s Pursuit for Financial Freedom offers a different perspective on money than what is traditionally taught by our parents and in our school systems. The reason there is such a discrepancy between the wealthy and the poor is due to the difference in the way money is perceived. We are not born with the ability to maintain wealth: it is something that is learned. The knowledge of knowing how to make money work to generate passive income is something that anyone can learn as long as they are disciplined. An Average Joe’s Pursuit for Financial Freedom is based on practical concepts and discusses the problems that the majority of us face with our personal finance. The concepts in this book are based on theory by an author that practices what he writes about.
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