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Abbott Burning Arcanum
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Gideon Artenel, known on Earth as Ian Reeves, is finally living his dream of a peaceful existence. Working in a specialty bookstore in a Detroit suburb, he is far away from the mysterious, supernatural world he hopes he has permanently left behind. But all of that is about to change when he is suddenly confronted by a water fae from his previous life who tells him a powerful artifact is missing and it is his job to report back to the King if he chances upon it. Momentarily shaken by the unexpected encounter, Ian arrives at work only to learn that his trusted employer has been murdered. Now Ian must come out of hiding and reveal himself to the very monsters he once escaped, join an organization he fears, and return to his past-all so he can avenge the death of his friend and locate the thief who stole an artifact of unimaginable strength. But little does he know that finding the perpetrators behind the crimes is only the beginning of his journey. In this gripping fantasy tale, a man trapped between two lives is pulled back into a hidden world where he must face past mistakes, form allies, and tread new paths in order discover the truth.

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Abbott Time Bomb from Within
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"This book is a gem. It hits hard at just how simple it is to be poisoned from the vapors from mercury and mercury amalgam exposures and yet just how difficult it is to achieve understanding from anyone in either the health care industry or society in general. Dr. Scheckner is able to take the reader on a journey of just how simple it is for mercury to slowly and silently destroy someone's life. People are being hurt, not only from the damaging effects of mercury on one's health, but also from the battle that it takes to achieve acceptance and recognition that mercury poisoning is a disease. This is a compelling story that all too many people in our profession of dentistry and patients who have been treated with mercury amalgam have faced and, because of a societal lack of understanding, will continue to face, unless we start to wake up and stop using this insidious and pernicious agent. Time Bomb from Within: Mercury Poisoning in Dentistry is a simple but heart-wrenching read for every dental health care professional and anyone who has, or has ever had, a mercury amalgam filling." -Dr. Nestor B Shapka, BSc, Dds, Iaomt; president of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

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Abbott Arbalest
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During the siege of Castle Ahryz, an infant prince is rescued by a servant and a trusted guard. The prince is raised as a peasant. Years later, after their home is plundered by minions of the evil King Luther, the prince is thrust upon the path to regain his kingdom. Prince Jerrod acquires a mysterious silvery-white stallion, whom he names Arbalest, and he, and several loyal to his cause, set out to claim the throne that is his by right. The attempt is thwarted. As they flee, Jerrod is mortally wounded. Unconscious, he has a vision of the Horn, a weapon of magic that derives its power from the moon. Healed by what is looked upon as a miracle, Jerrod comes to believe that only the Horn has the power to defeat Luther. He and his companions set out in quest of the mysterious castle said to be the Horn's sanctuary. Nearly consumed in a blizzard, they are led to the castle through the unerring senses of Arbalest. But soon after, Jerrod discovers the magic he so deeply desires to possess is not without consequence.

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Abbott Leviticus's Purr
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Leviticus is alpha of the Coalition of Paranormal's newly sanctioned were-cougar pride, the Mountain Clan. When Levi identifies the minty scent of catnip, it can only mean one thing: his destined mate is close. Roger is a human, completely in the dark on anything paranormal except for Hollywood's interpolations, and on a road trip nursing a wounded heart when he takes a break from driving. Imagine Roger's surprise when an Adonis of unbelievable yumminess shows up at his car window. Roger is in awe of his admirer, but what's with all the sniffing? Despite immediate attraction between Levi and Roger, the problem-or, to be more specific, problems-mount quickly when Levi's bitter brother Gabriel gets involved, obsessed with punishing his powerful sibling. Gabriel is hell-bent on righting a wrong he feels Levi's pride of gay shifters has done to the mother of all nature. Gabriel is determined to correct this slight, and he won't let collateral damage stop him. As a human, Roger is an easy target, but Levi won't allow his mate to be hurt at any cost. Can Levi find a way to establish peace with his brother while nurturing his new relationship with the man he's fated to love?

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Abbott Staring Into the Fire
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In the old days, before the ice, people talked to the spirits directly. But people came to forget how to do that when they narrowed their focus. There were few left who could do it-the truthsayers mostly, but even they had forgotten how to read the stones. So when it came to predicting the future, they couldn't see very far. They did confirm the rumor that an invasion by the southern empire was imminent. How the people dealt with this news was up to each of them. Most would fight, of course, and those who wouldn't or couldn't hoped the invaders would treat them fairly. Meelah will fight; she is a warrior, after all. But she is also a widowed mother and the daughter of a truthsayer, conflicting duties with conflicting purposes. With a clash of cultures looming over her, she begins to question her ways and decide for herself what parts are worth saving. She searches in vain for truth and concludes that the best she can do is to find her own truth-because, in the end, her own truth is all that she can take with her.

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Abbott Is That Your Mother-In-Law Under The Bed?
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Edna Barnes and Edith Johnson are sisters and widows in their late fifties who enjoy quiet lives together in a double-wide mobile home in a pleasant mobile home park. Things are pretty peaceful for the pair-until Edna's daughter Ellen shows up, suspicious that her husband of seven years, Roger, is cheating on her. Edna and Edith jump into action to find out the truth about Roger and his supposed mistress. Edna uses common sense, while Edith relies on her son the police officer as an inside connection. What began as the case of a cheating husband, though, soon turns into the search for a murderer. When greed, sex, and heartbreak get involved, anything can happen, and Edna and Edith know this all too well. Their initial investigations into Roger turn up evidence that could solve three cold cases-and they're discovering that the adrenaline rush of solving crimes is much more enjoyable than daytime television, bingo, and quilting parties.

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Abbott THAT SUMMER
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Heartache in a war story. To be blamed and not forgiven. One sailor's story of serving his country and learning that wrong is never right. Three Sailors were convicted of deserting their post. The prelouge is to show what one encounters in the Naval Service and Human Error forever lives. Imagine being shredded like trash because one man choose to stay silent. Of course this was a serious incident, it may cost many U.s. Marines their lives. When one side fails others pay. These men paid and I carried this story for 30 years.

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Abbott It's My World Too
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In 1941, on a farm outside Troy, Missouri, a boy named Homer Page was born. Blind since birth, Homer has lived his life in vibrant determination to be a part of the game. He has known success and failure, felt hope and heartache, and experienced joy and despair. He struggled to find the courage to act and the wisdom to accept what he could not change. Through it all, he never let circumstances become limitations. Homer received two letters in wrestling from the University of Missouri, earned his doctorate from the University of Chicago, and went on to teach at the University of Colorado. He later pursued and enjoyed a career in elective office. He is a leader in the disability rights movement and has lectured on the topic of the rehabilitation of the blind in both Sweden and Poland. In this memoir, he shares the story of his life-the challenges and disappointments that he overcame on the way to a meaningful and successful personal and professional career. But he also tells a larger story about living with disability in mainstream America. Homer explores the joy and pain that he and others have experienced as American society has changed over the past seventy years. Most of all, however, his is the story of a realist who refuses to give up. In the end, it is a story of the affirmation of life and the joy of living.

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Abbott Restless Souls
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Sam Merrick is wondering if he has bitten off more than he can chew. He just wanted to be a hero to his ex-wife, Amanda and his granddaughter, Samantha, by helping them understand and embrace their special gift-the memories of their past lives. Using his new-found wealth, Sam brings Amanda and Samantha together with eight others who also have "the memories" to share their stories and try to understand why they have been singled out and decide how to make sure this is a blessing and not a curse. He hosts a retreat in the splendid isolation of the San Juan Islands. The groups shares stories of their past and current lives that include tales of passion, hatred, courage, love, history, sacrifice, murder and all manner of drama….and then there is the mysterious death of one of their members. As questions get answered, new questions emerge and Sam wonders if his plan, designed to help him win back his ex-wife, will backfire causing him to lose her to another in the group. One thing is for certain. The lives of everyone in attendance will be changed forever.

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Abbott Journey to Comfort
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Siblings Jack and Jaz Donaldson just want to be regular kids. But one evening, after fourteen-year-old Jack protects his younger sister during an argument with another girl, the two suddenly realize that they are not regular at all. Soon, they share a dark secret between them-a secret so shocking that it has the potential to destroy their affluent family. Jack and Jaz's well-meaning parents have no idea what effect their own actions and, sadly, inactions have wrought. As Jack and Jaz continue on their coming-of-age journeys and experience life-changing moments, the confidence only they share is never compromised, yielding at least the appearance of a normal life. But decades later, their worlds are about to be turned upside down as separate tragedies strike each of them. With their unforgettable secret still lurking beneath the surface, neither knows whether these shattering events will finally allow them to be free or whether they both must somehow find comfort in living with the deception-forever. Now nearly fifty years later, Jack and Jaz must decide if it is truly possible to escape the debilitating burden of their scandalous secret or if they have no choice but to take it to the grave with them.

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Abbott Preylute
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There are people who believe that vampires, and werewolves do not exist. However they do, and with them is born what the vampires believed would be to dangerous. But John, a preylute (half vampire, half werewolf) finds a man named Lucas who is just like him. Together they lead a few other preylutes in a battle against the vampires and werewolves, with only one left standing.

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Abbott Chasing Shadows
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Heather Samuelson is moving through the supermarket checkout line when she encounters her Aunt Myrtle, worrying that her friend, Anna, has not returned from a jaunt across the store for free coffee. Moments later, Heather sets out on a search for Anna that takes her straight into a pitch-black storeroom-and a gruesome murder scene. With one man dead and her aunt's friend on her way to the hospital, Heather is once again plunged into circumstances beyond her control, as she tries to discover who killed Michael Santiam and wonders whether the murderer plans to return to finish off her aunt's friend. Determined to solve the puzzle before her upcoming wedding, Heather partners with the police department and her fiancé detective, Jazz, to search for the identity of Anna, whose memory only goes back two years. Just when she is getting somewhere, Anna suddenly disappears from her hospital bed. Now Heather must determine if Anna is being held captive or if someone is protecting her-and if or how the recent turn of events ties into a murder committed twenty years earlier. In this brain teaser mystery, an amateur sleuth immersed in a complex investigation to solve a murder must find the link between the past and present before a killer strikes again.

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Abbott Toyland
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Over the past few years, much has been said and written about the present state of corporate America. Voices have been raised rebuking the ways in which those with powerful influences have manipulated their organizations, particularly within large public companies. Toyland: The Executive Suite speaks to these conditions through the medium of verse. These poems address the diminished state of ethical practices in some businesses for the benefit of those with influence. They also speak subtly to the ingenuity and invigorating charisma of these senior executives. For over twenty-five years, author Jan Benitz has served senior executives in the executive suites of various corporations, not as a corporate executive, but as an executive administrator. These poems, written with satire and subtle humor, span decades and expose some of the real costs of unchecked deceit and power. At nine and thirty minutes, heavy portals flung ajar; beneath soldiers' swords, jauntily stands the Czar. He stands only for a moment, long enough for all to see, then majestically saunters past his peasantry. Thou tellest of a fairy tale, of days gone by. Tin soldiers, castles, peasants, we now deny. Alas modern-day citizens, for you this poem is meant. This Czar, this majestic mortal, is the Corporate President. - from "The Corporate President"

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Abbott The Z Family Coloring Book
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Hi! We are the Z Family from a far away place called Plantet Z. We have traveled space for a long time and found your planet Earth. We've come to share who we are and learn about you here on Earth. We are so glad to be here. In the meantime here is a coloring book for your enjoyment in starting to come to know us. Your friends from Planet Z

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Abbott A Pocket Full of Posies
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Melonie Byars is found murdered in the flower shop where she worked. Unfortunately for authorities, there are no witnesses and no clues. The murderer did, though, leave a calling card: a carefully arranged bouquet of flowers. Seattle's best homicide detective, Sgt. Arthur Washington, is called to duty. Washington prides himself on his case closure rate, but this is one case he can't crack. He is completely baffled, and the murder of Ms. Byars remains unsolved. A year and a half later, another murder occurs in the same grizzly manner. Washington is back on the case, but even the top brass of the Seattle Police Department are stumped. Detective Washington will not let this killer get away twice. He's determined to put a stop to the mysterious flower murders. Bodies start to pile up with the same common link. It's not long before the city is in a panic. Paired with a new partner, Washington must catch a killer who's made Seattle his personal bloody playground.

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Abbott The Thank You Book
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In France, the word merci means thank you. "Thank you" in German is danke. In all languages, "thank you" is an important phrase. It's universal, because everyone on earth has something to be thankful for. Who keeps the streets safe so you can walk around without being afraid? The police! Who would be there to rescue you if your house was on fire? Firemen! Who makes you feel better when your tummy aches? The doctor! Your mom and dad love you and care for you. There are so many people who make life worth living. There are so many people you should thank! You may not always feel thankful, but if you look around, there's always a reason to say "thank you," in whatever language you choose. Bless others with your words, and spread the love!

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Abbott Flying Free
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Judy Hamen was born in a hospital in South Dakota just before the start of World War II, when gas was eleven cents a gallon and the average life expectancy for a woman was sixty-five. As she grew into an energetic five-year-old, Judy had no idea that just days before her sixth birthday, she would become motherless-an event that would change the course of her life forever. In her poignant memoir, Hamen details what it was like to grow up without a mother during a chaotic time in American history. Originally told her mother died from typhoid fever, Hamen discloses how it would not be until some twenty-five years later that she would learn the truth about her mother's death. As she shares her journey into womanhood, Hamen provides a glimpse into her unique life story-migrating to Minnesota in the 1950s, marrying at eighteen, and embarking on a diverse career that takes her from a secretarial job at a Ford dealership to Northwest Airlines, for which she trained airline mechanics in foreign countries. Included are illustrations and letters that bring her story to life and document important events. Flying Free shares one woman's unique path through life as she overcomes adversity, breaks through barriers, seeks adventure, and finds spiritual inspiration.

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Abbott The Carimal Kids
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Satan, the banished brother of God, has vowed revenge. He wants nothing more than to take rightful charge of the throne and rule over the cosmos his way. Thankfully, a galaxy called Sacred has been created to stand watch in front of the heavenly gates and ensures Satan does not enter. As Sacred evolves in its own way-good or terrible-its people remain loyal to their sworn duty. But now, things are taking a dramatic turn for one family who lives there. In a world created to fight demons, a son is born to Joseph and Reba Carimal. After he survives a valiant fight for his life, the couple names him Robin and immediately realizes he is special. Robin has been born with a soul object around his neck-a gift that provides him with abilities and marks him for greatness. But it is not long before Robin stirs up trouble in his family. He faces both external and internal demons, while those around him wonder if he is gifted, possessed, or simply insane. Even Robin does not know as he questions why other entities are hurting him and not his siblings, who they are, and what they want from him. In this riveting paranormal thriller, a chosen one is led into a dark, twisted world that only he sees and feels. Now only time will tell if he can rely on the voices in his head to guide him to survival-before it is too late.

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Abbott Poetic Moments in Psychotherapy
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After decades of practice, psychotherapist Bryan C. Hazelton began expressing through poetry various moments he experienced in his profession. The result is a collection of verse filled with imagination and discernment, exploring psychotherapy in an innovative way. Poetic Moments in Psychotherapy offers a refreshing alternative to looking through the lens of diagnosis and theory, presenting a thoughtful, empathic understanding of the patient/therapist experience. This intersubjective view is highlighted in a number of insightful, entertaining poems employing vivid imagery. Each poem, inspired by a single moment, encapsulates the process of therapy in an authentic, perceptive and original way. Simplicity and complexity, darkness and light, and the dance between self and other infuse this collection. These poems are Hazelton's contribution to the intersection where words, imagery, psychotherapy and creativity co-exist. Building Empathy I construct the patient's world within me, beam by feel, fl oor by thought. Positioning of doors. Thickness of walls. Visibility through windows. When erected, I'll know what it's like to live there.

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Abbott Lost at Running Brook Trail
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Kimberly, Elaine, Susan, and Miriam are no strangers to the principal's office at Anne Beaumont Private High, where the administrators strongly believe in bending the tree before it becomes too old. Guilty of one too many infractions throughout the school year, the four teenagers are sent, along with other wayward souls, to a wilderness camp in Alberta, Canada. After a two-day bus ride and a sleepless night, the girls leave the Running Brook Mountain campground to embark on their first day of hiking. But it is not long before they break the most important rule- stay with the group. Now lost, alone, and unprepared for the dangers that lurk within the woods, the girls soon discover every new and terrifying experience brings them face-to-face with their limitations. As they are forced to do whatever it takes to survive, friction builds among the teenagers as they forage for food, sleep in a cave, and fight off a bear. Now the girls only have one choice-to change their ways or die. In this tale of adventure, endurance, and self-discovery, four teenagers put their survival skills to the test as they come to terms with their fears and tenaciously fight to keep the lives they once took for granted.

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Abbott Dictionary of Torture
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From ancient times to today, there is no question that torture has been an integral part of human history. From the world's first documented society of Mesopotamia to the present day; from the famous to the most obscure; and from the Far East to the West and every society in between, the Dictionary of Torture shares fascinating facts on how torture and execution methods have been used throughout history. Nigette Spikes, a researcher and torture historian, relies on years of research to share a compilation of torture methods from around the world. Whether it was to punish criminals in Abu Gharib, extract confessions from accused witches of Salem, or for the sadistic pleasures of Vlad the Impaler, every alphabetical entry graphically describes a torture and its origins. From the fearsome breast ripper, the terrifying spiked collar, the pear of anguish, and the Judas cradle, Spikes reveals what went on in the dungeon of a medieval castle, how Inquisitioners extracted confessions from "sinners," and what kind of tortures are still used today. Dictionary of Torture is a one-of-a-kind collection of torture facts that reveal detailed descriptions of methods and explore world history from the first documented society several millennia ago to present day.

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Abbott I Lived on the Other Side of the Line
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Chunchula, Alabama, was no different than any other small, rural community in the 1960s. There was a divide between whites and blacks, and the civil rights movement played a role in the lives of all its residents. In I Lived on the Other Side of the Line, author Carlotta Maria Shinn Russell describes the times through the eyes of ten-year-old Shane Washington and others who experienced the events personally. I Lived on the Other Side of the Line establishes a descriptive and effective atmosphere for the times leading up to, during, and after the civil rights movement. It offers a twofold look at this era, examining Shane's direct contact with the Ku Klux Klan as well as other youth impacted by racist events. It also shows how the KKK's ideology affected how people thought and acted, including the pain, hurt, and fear inflicted on blacks in the community. Presented through a child's perspective, this narrative addresses the themes of freedom, discrimination, and segregation during one of the nation's most difficult and important times in history.

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Abbott The Judge's Wife Is Missing
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Captain Amos "Coop" Cooper of Wichita, now retired from the Wichita Police Department, isn't surprised when he is asked to investigate a case; he is shocked, however, to learn he has been personally requested by Judge Elmo Wells. Coop and the judge never liked each other or got along, so why is Wells asking for him after so many years off the force? It turns out that Wells' wife, Marilou, is missing, having boarded a plane in Wichita without arriving in Boston to meet her mother as planned. Coop sees this as an open-and-shut case: Marilou must have changed planes and arrived at another destination via a connecting flight. The only problem is that Marilou's flight to Boston was nonstop. As Coop looks more closely at the disappearance, he discovers that there are plenty of people who might be angry at the judge, giving him numerous suspects but few leads. What's more, secrets seem to surround Marilou. How did the judge's wife disappear, and who's behind the caper that brought Coop out of retirement?

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Abbott Shattered Dreams
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In Shattered Dreams: A Girl Named Silas and Me, author Susan Peterson Lane presents a collection of powerful poetry that seeks to help each of us to find ourselves in the face of pain, hurt, and shame and enable us to escape the prisons, labels, and mistakes of both the past and present. Lane's poems explore subjects ranging from freedom and relationship challenges to chaos and homelessness. In her verses, she seeks to teach us to forgive and forget, to accept and understand. Only then can we become the people we were meant to be. She presents in her collection the key to discovering and unlocking a positive future through the choices we make in our lives. As surely as we are born, we will die, but what we do during the time in between does matter. Offering hope for healing, Shattered Dreams speaks of one woman's thoughts and feelings about her life. A Voice Silenced The death of a voice. The burial of a choice. A mind apprehended by confusion. But A gift still in tack Remembered not dismembered by time. Still defined by holiness, truthfulness and righteousness, Peace is sublime.

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Abbott Measures of Passion
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Kristina Soderlund is the daughter of an Oklahoma cotton farmer with a passion for music. Although her parents have mapped out a traditional life for her, she has bigger dreams-dreams of music, art, and beauty; of a university education; and of leaving the farm far behind to open a music studio in Oklahoma City. But for a single woman in 1905, those dreams are unlikely to come true. Even so, she is determined that nothing will get in her way. But when she befriends Pilan' Rousseau, a handsome French-Indian traveler, her resolve weakens. Despite the warnings of her parents and friends, Kristina soon loses her heart to the charming stranger. But fate is not on her side: Pilan' has no plans of staying in Oklahoma City. He's simply passing through on his own journey across America. An accomplished violinist with an intense passion for dance, he dreams of returning to Paris to open his own ballroom dance studio. Kristina's life has never been easy, but now she faces more challenges than ever. Her hopes of love with Pilan' are crushed when he leaves town. Heartbroken, she leaves Oklahoma and all of its pain behind her and heads to Boston. Against seemingly impossible circumstances, both Kristina and Pilan' discover that their passions for music and dance are too great to ignore. But fate has torn them apart. Each will pursue their dreams, but will they be satisfied by ambition-or love?

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Abbott You Are Too a Bully!
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Michael Kim is worried about making friends at his new school, until he meets Jason, a boy his age who lives in the same neighborhood and will be going to the same school. But even with a new friend, Michael faces trouble at the bus stop on the first day of school when a boy named Chuck begins calling him names. Michael is upset, even though all of the other kids encourage him to ignore the boy. Chuck's buddies tell him to quit picking on Michael, but Chuck is sure that he isn't hurting anyone. He's not a bully; he's just having fun. Sensing a problem, Mrs. Murphy, the bus driver, prods Michael and Jason to talk to her, but Michael is afraid he'll be tattling if he tells what Chuck has been doing. Besides, name calling or just scaring someone isn't that bad, is it? Michael faces a very difficult situation. He is being bullied, and he needs to figure out how to handle it. He'd like to pretend he's sick and stay home. What would you do? This book demystifies bullying for children and helps them understand what bullying behavior is. It also helps them understand what to do if they are being bullied. Please Note: Free pdf files are available at the author's web site: www. butterfieldstories - for any school or organization wishing to create an Anti-Bullying Program.

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Abbott In the Shadow of the Sun King
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The court of King Louis XIV was the envy of all Europe for its grandeur and etiquette. Marc Esprit, a poor but clever boy from Normandy, vows that he will be part of this exotic scene. He encounters Zoe duBois, a free spirited ward of the court who will change his life and ambitions in ways this would-be aristocrat could not predict. After serving as a soldier, young Marc travels to Venice, where a man does not need a title to become successful. With borrowed money, he acquires a? eet of ships. Trade in middle-eastern spices and luxury goods makes him a wealthy man. When he saves the Sultan's treasure ship from pirates, he receives an unexpected gift and some disastrous news. Marc again meets Zoe, now penniless after the death of her titled husband. They travel to Sicily and Greece, but he deserts her on a remote island to pursue his ambition. At last, he has the opportunity to serve the king of France. Five years later, he returns to Zoe. After an acrimonious reunion, she agrees to come to Paris, but again she complicates his life Ms Jamison sheds light on the seventeenth century, a period of war, poverty, power struggles, and splendor. It's all here - drama, betrayal, religious con?ict, and sex.

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Abbott Dream Machines
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Mattie and Jason chose the Saturday of the annual Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit as their wedding day. They love watching the parade of 40,000 classic cars and hot rods cruise Woodward. One week before their wedding, at a two-family meet-and-greet, their grandfathers recognize each other from a Woodward drag race over a girl in 1965 that was interrupted. They swore to God that someday they would finish the race. Their anger had been a festering wound for fifty years. A 50 year old grudge and they kept their old hot rods, just in case. They challenge each other to a final race on Woodward, Friday night, just like in 1965. All they have to do is restore the hot rods in one week and race the night before the wedding and the Dream Cruise. What could go wrong? Plenty. "Dream Machines races into our hearts. There is so much to love about this delightful story. It doesn't get much better than drive-in restaurants, waitresses on roller skates, vanilla shakes, and drag races. "At the heart is the theme of a family coming together as they let go of past grudges and learn what is truly important in life. The plot is fun, entertaining and cleverly crafted. There are genuine laughs, and the characters are colorful and come to life. We fall in love with all of them. "We have no doubt that readers and audiences of all ages will smile as they enter the world of Dream Machines." -Terri Zinner, Afilmwriter.com

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Abbott Living Life Lean
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: -More than two thirds of Americans are overweight, over one third are obese. -43% of Americans are projected to be obese in 10 years time. -Nearly one third of children and adolescents are overweight, 17% are obese. -Since 1980, obesity prevalence among children and adolescents has almost tripled. -Between 1988 and 2008 the prevalence of obesity among adults increased at all income and education levels. -After smoking, obesity is America's leading cause of premature death and is linked to 70% of heart disease and 80% of diabetes. -In 2008 the medical costs associated with obesity were estimated to be $147 billion. In spite of the grim picture that these statistics paint, obesity is not your destiny and it need not be your end. Whatever your particular weight challenge may be do not accept it as your lot in life. If you have attempted to lose weight in the past and failed, do not be disheartened; it is within you to win victory over this foe. Get the encouragement and the tools you need to lose weight - and keep it off - with Living Life Lean.

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Abbott Remnants of a Shattered Past
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Remnants of a Shattered Past presents a revolutionary view of the causes behind the challenges many Native Americans face today as a result of historical trauma. The story of the Native American people is told in two ways in this creative non-fiction literary work. Brunner's retelling of the Native American history by her protagonists, Eagle and Coyote, reads as a well-written oral transcript. They travel through time to bring to life what it was like for the Native American people throughout history. In the non-fiction portion of the book the author presents an understanding of the traditional period for the Ojibwe people, the ramifications of power and control through patriarchal domination and the Church, the realization of "Manifest Destiny," the outcomes of historical trauma, and proactive ways in which Native Americans and others can make positive changes to enhance their overall well-being.

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Abbott An A-to-Z Mentality
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Here's what you can look forward to An A-to-Z Mentality … It offers something different-a twist on the many literary options that are out there today. Author Rodney Etheridge presents a simple read that touches on facts, life experiences, personal opinions, and views of common, everyday words and phrases using the letters of the alphabet. He seeks to touch and connect with everyone on a personal and or realistic level.

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Abbott Five-Finger Food Guide
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The "Five-Finger Food Guide" is suggested for meat eaters, vegetarians, and vegans. If you are a college student, a busy parent, or someone who works more hours than you admit, the "Five-Finger Food Guide" will easily keep you on track with smart eating. Your guide goes everywhere you do, and is a handy reminder how you can eat smart in any situation. Margaret Marshall has a career that spans nearly three decades. It has been her daily routine to be welcomed into homes and offices, working with individuals or small groups of people connected by family, neighborhoods, friends, or work environment. She uses her expertise to help groups of familiar people recreate, restructure, and revive their eating. From the many life stories of these clients, she can tell you; "The problem in America's pantries lies in the cupboards of their minds." Margaret appears on TV hosting wellness segments. Her first book, "Body, Mind, and Mouth…Life's Eating Connection", was released in 2012. It depicts how you manage the connection between your mind and your mouth, and enables you to reap the benefits in your body and health. Having a childhood nickname of "Margaret, Margaret, the big fat target," it is her passion to help others change their self-image, health, and weight, and in turn, their happiness and level of success. Now she shares her "Five-Finger Food Guide" to help you eat smart, enjoy eating satisfaction, obtain your ideal body weight, and live a healthier life. Margaret is a nationally recognized speaker, and an expert in her field. She presents her wellness programs at corporate functions and conventions. Look for her blogs on www. HuffingtonPost.com Other books by Margaret Marshall: "Body, Mind, & Mouth…Life's Eating Connection" Contact Margaret Marshall at; www. MargaretMarshallAssoc.com http://us. linkedin.com/in/margaretmarshall Twitter: Margaret@MarshallM01 Face book: Margaret Thompson Marshall For further information visit: www. MargaretMarshallAssoc.com

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Abbott Letters from the Home Front
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After years of being apart, cousins Carolyn and Patty are eager to catch up with each other at a relative's wedding. They bring the letters they exchanged during World War II-when they were children-as a way to reminisce. As the women read through the letters, they are transported back to the American home front. When they begin writing letters, Carolyn has just moved from Nebraska to Oregon, and the two girls desperately miss each other. But their communication is soon overshadowed by the events of December 7, 1941, when Pearl Harbor is bombed. The tone of the letters changes as the girls grow preoccupied with the war. Patty tells Carolyn about how their Japanese American friends move to Canada to avoid being put into camps, while Carolyn expresses her relief that her father cannot enlist in the navy due to a blind eye. Whether they write about gas rationing and blackout regulations or saving money to buy war stamps, Carolyn and Patty reveal the war's impact on their lives. But as the two discuss the contents of the letters at their reunion, they realize just how much the war years shaped who they are as adults. Artfully switching between the past and the present, Letters from the Home Front is a charming novel of America during World War II.

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Abbott The Tale of Readalot
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In the quiet little town of Readalot, there are two hills. There are only two families in Readalot. On one hill lives the Vowels family, while the other hill is where the Consonants family lives. The Vowels have five children. Their names are A, E, I, O, and U. They have so much fun playing, picking wild flowers, and pretending together, but something is still missing. The Vowels children often wonder what it would be like if they had friends to play with. They aren't allowed to go past the valley between the hills, so they have never seen the Consonants. One day, however, a mysterious newcomer comes to visit the Vowels home in search of his cousins, the Consonants and the Vowels. Is this the Vowels' chance to get to know who lives with Mr. and Mrs. Consonant?

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Abbott SpiritQuest 2: Interface with Creation
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"J R not only focuses on creation itself, but he also addresses the impact of words upon its primal beginning and its controversies." -Congressman Trent Franks God spoke the words of creation, but Scripture does not elaborate on the intricacies of this action. In SpiritQuest 2: Interface with Creation, author JR McElfresh investigates many of the issues and controversies related to creation and considers the lack of answers to key questions. Designed for pastors, church leaders, and those who desire to learn more about pivotal creation issues and how the universe began, SpiritQuest 2: Interface with Creation probes into the issues of the relationship between scientific knowledge and the Word of God. This study takes a journey through quarks, quantum mechanics, sound, waveforms, creation's voice, energy, the miracles of Jesus, and a host of discoveries showing the relationship between God himself and the physical laws of the universe. McElfresh elaborates on the importance of the spoken and written word in Scripture, science, and the arena of linguistics in relation to creation; he also discusses the far-reaching impact of words as sounds and visual images on the human mind and thought. SpiritQuest 2: Interface with Creation demonstrates that words have immense power and energy and that it is wise to know how to use them.

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Abbott Sowing Dreams
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Self-taught poet Maricela Loaeza has experienced the many facets of love and already knows through her own experiences that love has the ability to transform daily life into a paradise. In Sowing Dreams, Loaeza reveals her soul through lyrical verse, sharing the joys and heartache instigated by the most powerful emotion in the universe. Loaeza relies on an abundance of divine inspiration and discoveries from her own senses as she traces a poetic path through life's most cherished moments. From the mother who yearns for the son she lost to destiny thirty years ago to the love she feels for the man who fulfills her in every way to the love from a God who forgives her imperfections, Loaeza's verses inspire us to turn inward and love ourselves as much as we love those around us. Sowing Dreams shares a glimpse into one woman's heart as her pain, dreams, and love unite to renew her spirit and ignite hope for her future.

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Abbott Honoring My Journey
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Author Barbara Gray Armstrong came of age during Jim Crow when the color line was clearly drawn and America was divided into black and white. Black people were denied rights and endured discrimination. In Honoring My Journey, she weaves together both personal and public events as an exploration of what it was like being black in America. In this memoir, she shares stories from her youth, growing up in the 1950s and '60s in the South and prospering despite widespread bigotry. Representing just a slice of her life, Honoring My Journey narrates experiences with her parents, siblings, grandparents, friends, and classmates and of working as a nanny for a white family. Armstrong blends the details of her family and family history into a larger, societal context to tell a story that is both personal and universal. Honoring My Journey provides insight into what it was like growing up during such a turbulent time in the nation's history.

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Abbott Educating Pam
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Pamela Webb was in a loveless marriage and had reached rock bottom when she revealed to her twin sister, Jan, and her friend the extent of her deprivation. Together the three women set out to vindicate the lovely Pam and in the process make public the actions of a husband who is not only an adulterer, but is also an embezzler, bigamist, and guilty of countless other infractions. In the meanwhile, Pam and Jan create a master plan to restore her self-confidence and take back control of her life as Jason Webb flaunts his affair with the woman that was once his wife's best friend. At the height of Pam's transformation, the urbane FBI Special Agent, Don Dubose notices her tenderness and refinement and falls madly in love, promising her love and devotion forever. Follow Agent Dubose exploits through the Cayman Islands and read the tantalizing vengeance of Pam and Jan as the story unfolds in the ensuing trial of the two-timing Jason Webb and Pam's new beginning.

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Abbott A Mistake of Consequence
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It is 1754 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Callie Beaton is nearly twenty, single, and determined not to marry anyone her grandfather deems worthy. But after her impulsive flight from yet another unwanted suitor leads her to the pier one rainy evening, Callie is mistaken for someone else and dragged aboard a ship. Trapped in a dark hold and at the mercy of strangers, Callie has no idea the ship is headed for a bustling port city across the ocean in America. Wracked with seasickness, unable to convince the ship's captain she is not who he thinks she is, and with only one tattered dress to her name, Callie somehow survives the horrid journey. She arrives in colonial Philadelphia penniless, nameless, and alone in a strange place. Two men offer her help: Ethan Asher, a handsome gentleman with a hidden past, and Davy McRae, a charming ship captain with a dangerous secret. Neither seems trustworthy, but when tragedy strikes, Callie is caught in the middle and must choose one of them to help her if she is to save herself and her newfound friends from disaster. In this historical romantic adventure, a Scottish lass who finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time unwittingly embarks on a journey across the ocean to a new beginning where she searches for love, belonging, and ultimately her true destiny.

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Abbott Magich The Gathering - Guida Non Ufficiale
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Sconfiggi I Tuoi Avversari! Grazie alla mia Guida del Gioco imparerai tutto ciò che c'è da sapere per diventare un esperto e sconfiggere i tuoi avversari! Questa è una guida completa con tutto il necessario per vincere a questo gioco: -Panoramica & Informazioni Generali -Consigli e strategie da professionisti -Basi delle Carte -Struttura dei Mazzi dei migliori Giocatori -Regole di base -Tutto sulle abilità e i tipi di carte -Come sconfiggere i tuoi avversari -E Molto Altro! Acquista subito e costruisci il mazzo più forte! Diventa subito un Pro Player! Disclaimer: Questo prodotto non è associato, affiliato, supportato, certificato o sponsorizzato dalla Wizard of The Coast. Questa Guida va considerata come un semplice riferimento e per questo non modifica in nessun modo il gioco. Questa è una guida scritta e non un programma di software.

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Abbott BEYOND THE VALLEY GATE
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Dakota Walker Randell had lived in the valley all his younger years with no plan to leave. His friends were all there, most importantly Linda Martin, who was his girlfriend-even if he did not know it at first. Still they spent a great deal of time together horseback riding in the valley. Linda lived in the biggest house in the valley, while Dakota lived in a small house in a ghost town. Linda's family had money, while Dakota's father was the former pastor of the valley church. Now he was the valley drunk, and all he had was his horse and his dog. In Dakota's senior year of high school, he was sick of caring for his father. He wanted a life of his own, maybe with Linda. You think you have nothing, then you have it all, and then she is gone. What happened after that makes a new life as well as a story of a man in search of answers. This is also a story of a girl searching for answers, as well as what they find in a truck stop one morning, sixteen year later.

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Abbott Clawing for the Stars
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When most altitude climbers reach their mid-forties, they slow down-but for Bob Villarreal, these years marked the beginning of his climbing career rather than the end. At forty, he took a rock-climbing class, but it wasn't what he was looking for. In a moment of pure and life-changing serendipity, an article about climbing the Andes lit a new fire within him, and an obsession was born. At that point, Bob retired from business and took up mountain climbing. He lost his heart to the staggering, raw, and wild beauty of the High Andes, returning there time and time again to challenge himself, almost always on his own. In defiance of the basic rules of wilderness exploration, Bob traveled solo, well aware that calamity was only one loose rock away and that his survival was never guaranteed. One might wonder why anyone - especially someone in middle age - would climb alone in the Andes even once, let alone nineteen times (out of thirty total climbs). It's a question that Villarreal himself can't adequately answer. Was he in search of adventure, danger, or deeper meaning in his life-and did he ever find his elusive purpose on the mountain? This memoir recalls his perilous adventures on famous Andean peaks as well as mountains in the remotest parts of the Andes along the lengthy border between Chile and Argentina.

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Abbott Scattered Pages
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Amid the turmoil of the Great War, this historical novel explores a young woman's struggle to discover the truth surrounding her childhood abandonment. Even after twelve years, Gemma Enman can still remember her amazement and pride at being singled out from among her siblings by her father to travel with him by train from Prince Edward Island all the way to Brookfield, New Hampshire. But seven year old Gemma had no way of knowing how long and tedious a trip it would be or that her father planned to return to their island home without her. Though she has enjoyed a loving home with her grandparents, she remains deeply wounded by her childhood abandonment and haunted by the fear that a shameful secret surrounded the circumstances of her birth. Now a young woman, Gemma has met and fallen in love with Lionel Maines, a man of honor, integrity, and prospects. As Gemma and Lionel plan for their future together, Gemma continues to be haunted by her past. She knows that before she can fulfill her pledge to Lionel, she must keep a promise she made to herself.

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Abbott Ansley
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Every family must deal with both good and bad, along with the surprises of life. In Ansley, a fictionalized memoir, author Philip Wigent explores these issues among the early generations of his family. Building a narrative based on old letters and documents and oral history, Wigent tells the story of his family's first three generations, sharing fifty years of family lore. Precipitated by an unwed pregnancy, two sisters-eighteen-year-old Emmaline and twenty-year-old Sarah Shipman-leave their comfortable home in Pennsylvania in 1860 and travel to rural Indiana, where they must start a new life. As the story evolves, it shows how one generation merges into the next, forging the future for each subsequent generation. Ross, Emmaline's grandson appears. Starting from his origins on the plains of Nebraska, Ansley follows him as he grows from a shy child to a teacher to a soldier on the fringes of World War I. Providing insight into family dynamics in the early years, Ansley shows the range of psychological and physical problems that plague both individuals and families across the spectrum. It offers a look at how things and people change and how they react to that change from generation to generation.

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Abbott Dead Ascension
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Dominic Emerson heads out to work to find that the city around him has completely changed since the night before. A zombie apocalypse has overtaken the nation. In the course of one night, everything has changed for the worst. It is up to Dom and his three brothers to find their friends and family and bring them to safety. As they make their way through the city, zombies attack endlessly. The boys have armed themselves, and they are constantly on guard. One bite or scratch means game over. They have seen the tragic results. Unfortunately, the zombies are not their only concern. In a world run amok, humans have a way of going bad, too. The Emerson brothers are leaders for good. They seek to find safety for themselves and the people they love, but there are others with nothing but evil intent. Now, they must fight zombies and their fellow man as they struggle to stay alive and find a safe haven before they too become victims of the undead.

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Abbott The Bogus Buzz
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Flashback to the 1960's and 1970's and faster than you can say 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,' accompany Glen Keough as he is drilled by Dominican nuns, enlightened by a hippie father and loved by a grandmother who easily forgave his sins. In this coming of age memoir, Keough reminisces on a youth spent in Southern California with a band of boys who when freed from the constraints of Catholicism, partook in the forbidden fruits of the era. A time to trade marbles for marijuana and Johnny Western for Led Zeppelin. Such transactions come with a price as his best friend went on an acid trip he never returned from mentally. The author broods on a lost of innocence and how a gracious God could take away a sister so young with cancer. The Bogus Buzz shares a sensitive maturation process similar to the 1986 movie Stand By Me. It reflects on the coping mechanisms constructed to weather divorce, insecurity and the come hither look of the fish netted blonde two desks down.

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Abbott The Eisenhower Enigma
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The year, 1953. Science fiction is now secret and immediate reality. The toughest general who ever lived is president of the United States. His only weapons -The US Air Force, the mysterious Majestic 12, and Oracle Alpha, a young woman of strange gifts. Beyond them all, his own intellect and wealth of military experience must prepare him, must ready the world, for a confrontation and future never imagined. The Eisenhower Enigma. "I always wanted a soldier's life. The men I trained during World War I shipped to France immediately. My orders finally came in October, 1918. I longed to lead my unit into action. The war ended seven days before I was to sail for France. Now, my combat moment has come again." President Dwight D. Eisenhower "Forty F-86 Sabrejet fighters stand ready to attack on Feb. 20. Since I gave the orders the dazzling capabilities of the enemy craft and the reach of their weapons has gnawed at my mind." General Nathan Twining, Usaf "My life changed in 1952, when General Twining sent me to Duke University to be tested for intuitive abilities by Dr. Joseph Rhine. On our last day I asked Dr. Rhine what he'd tell the Air Force. 'Just what you intended,' he said. I smiled. Free at last." Oracle Alpha The code word "Valentine" ripped through Colonel Torres' earphones. "Two ship integrity," he shouted. "Kill the lights, follow me down to 500 feet." The Sabres moved as one. But against an enemy ship ten times as fast, his stomach tightened as he prepared for his own death. Lt. Colonel "Mike" Torres, Usaf

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Abbott Birth and Rebirth
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How can I deal with the harsh realities of this world? How do I find meaning and achieve balance in my life? Who is God? Can He be found? And how do I go about seeking Him? Birth and Rebirth: The Awakening of a Dormant Spirit revolves around timeless and universal themes: the nature of the human experience and the reason for human struggle; the realization of humankind's highest aspirations; the final goal towards which all religions aim. Taking a philosophical approach, the book critically analyzes the root of human suffering, examines the merits and demerits of both science and religion (as they are commonly practiced), and proposes a method through which each individual human being can overcome his or her obstacles and can move forward in life with confidence and enthusiasm. https://www. youtube.com/user/birthandrebirthbook

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Abbott Days Gone By
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Movies and television shows have made much of the forties and fifties seem like the good old days. To those who lived during those times, it wasn't necessarily so. But despite the hardships, people found ways to make the best of what they had. The forties and fifties provide the background for much of author Jan Joiner's Days Gone By. This memoir composed of short stories of two people who grew up in the same, rural area but never knew each other until adulthood. The first part consists of Carlton's recollections of his childhood and the many escapades in which he was involved. The middle part is the author's stories of how things were for her and her family as she grew up during that time. The final part of the book tells how fate brought together Joiner and Carlton as adults, a time the author cherishes most of all. Through the sometimes humorous, sometimes sad, and always heartwarming stories of Days Gone By, you will come to appreciate the conveniences we have today as well as the strength of the people living in the forties and fifties. Most of all, you'll have a new appreciation of the people who have entered and become part of your life.

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Abbott Isabella
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In pre-Civil War Georgia, a slave had no rights. Masters often took advantage of their female "possessions." In the case of Ida, she was raped by Mr. Rhodes, the owner of the largest plantation in northern Georgia. This tryst brought about a child, but Rhodes made certain no one knew the child was his. He kept Ida quiet by sending young Isabella away to Richmond, Virginia, where, because of her mixed heritage, she was raised white. At the age of eighteen, Isabella was thrown into the terrors of the Civil War. She worked as a nurse on the battlefield, taking care of wounded and dying men. Ronnie Braggs, Isabella's close friend, was always by her side through the tough times. They could have been a couple if Ronnie had been white, or if Isabella had known the truth about her family line. As it were, their relationship was forbidden-and very passionate. When their relationship changes from lust to love, it remains a secret. Isabella adores Ronnie, and she wishes they could be together forever; however, racism and war threaten to tear them apart as they hide their true feelings from family and friends. Will their love be discovered? Will the truth about Isabella's race surface and change everything? Or will the violence of war spell the end of their love, their lives, and all they've fought to save?

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Abbott Double Doll
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"A breathtaking tale of risk, vision, and wisdom, Sharleen Daugherty's Double Doll leads us from the pressure cooker of Wall Street to the big skies of the Navajo Nation. Like the Navajo weavings the book celebrates, Daugherty intertwines issues of race, class, and gender against a backdrop of heartbreaking beauty." -Robert Wilder, author of Daddy Needs a Drink "My relationship with Ms. Daugherty has gone on for over one hundred years. From writer's coach to deep friend, we have traveled together. Her cross-culture journey, and her insistence on finding the core of that adventure, are recorded in this trilogy. Hers is the Beauty Way of a strong woman willing to dare." -Michael Thunder, writer's coach "Writing a memoir requires the ability to face the truth and to share it with a strong voice that tells the story with heart and dignity. Sharleen Daugherty has done this and more in the first book of her memoir trilogy, Double Doll. Her story brings both the beauty of the Southwest and the complexity of its people to life. Wonderfully written, this book should not be missed!" -Marcia Rosen, author of My Memoir Workbook

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Abbott The Perpetual Lover
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Carlos is a lover of women. He loves them passionately, intensely, and deeply, and he tries to be sincere and tender. He is sensual and caring, generous in his affection and attention, and prone to fall ardently in love. His sensual adventures, filled with the pursuit of beauty and every possible hedonistic pleasure, take him to three different countries. In each country, he loses his heart on the perpetual quest for the elusive love of his life. He knows that each woman he romances is ready to be loved, and it's up to him to unlock the mystery of her inner heart if he desires access to more. But on his lust-fueled quest, he finds an unexpected surprise in an older woman. Has he finally found the one woman he could love forever in this sophisticated and beautiful woman he meets? Is she the woman of his dreams, his fantasies, his heart's desire? Only time will tell. The heart wants what the heart wants, and Carlos knows just how far he will go to see his most fervent dreams come true.

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Abbott The Boy and the Girl
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The Boy wants to go camping. The Girl wants to go fishing. It's a good thing the Dad is so smart. He knows how to keep everyone happy-they can go camping and fishing! But camping and fishing would have to wait, for while the Boy, the Girl, and the Dad are setting up camp, the Girl is sure she hears the sound of a dog. Sure enough, the Boy and the Girl find a cute puppy with a lame paw. Hiding their smiles, the Boy and the Girl ask the Dad if they can keep their newfound friend. They're so excited when he says yes. But it isn't long before the Boy and the Girl come to realize that it's really very hard to take care of a four-legged best friend. Are the Boy and the Girl really ready for this kind of responsibility? With colorful images and fun, rhythmic phrases, The Boy and the Girl: Finding Puppy is an excellent book for new readers. Help your children practice their reading skills and learn about the importance of responsibility with the fun and silly adventure of the Boy, the Girl, the Dad, and Puppy!

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Abbott 4 Steps To Solving Your Problem
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"4 Steps to Solving Your Problem" is a clear and concise building-block method to assist in the development of your troubleshooting and problem resolution skills. It doesn't matter if you are an auto technician or a computer specialist, new to the service industry, a seasoned professional or a do-it-yourselfer, this book provides you with the tools and knowledge you need to troubleshoot and resolve any problem you encounter. The author, Chris Abbott, developed this method throughout his 25 years in the computer industry and quickly discovered his methods were universal and could be utilized in any industry or situation. Throughout this book you will discover the one common method all successful service providers use to resolve any and all problems they face.

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Abbott Time's Disease
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When a young prophetess is rescued from genocide by a retired veteran, our prolific duo teams up with a sultry bounty hunter who falls for any heroic heart. Old comrades unite amid the chaotic collapse of a world power, and rebel armies form new alliances. A princess learns of her true heritage while tribes waken powers of olden. A practitioner of occult science self-fulfills temple prophecy by resurrecting his father from the grave, only to realize the Free People he despises have become his only salvation. Many believe these inevitable events were written in the stars from the dawn of time, and prophets are merely observant students of precession who study repetitive patterns within endless successions of natural cycles. Others say it is impossible to predict legendary incidents which happened before and are destined to occur again. Civilizations have come and gone, leaving historical warnings carved on ancient walls. Unheeded and forgotten by myth, eras are reborn to rise and fall until there comes an age when every god's immortality nears its end… Set in a post-apocalyptic future, Time's Disease offers the classical allure of mythology with enduring messages very relevant to current events. Futuristic themes revolve around castle landscapes to create this novel recipe: a dash of mysticism, sprinkled by romance and topped by spatters of horror. Sup from hope's cup amid epic tragedy, to partake of this bold tale. Revealed by Illiana Rhea and told by the very characters themselves, this is Laurent In Chains.

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Abbott Empathy Beyond Imagination
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How does a small group of Therapists save the world?How does an unbalanced Therapist meet his perfect mate?When does an algorithm aid the process of Psychotherapy?Why is God diagnosed with a Clinical Depression? Empathy Beyond Imagination shares a collection of 10 short stories that will touch your heart and poke your mind. These curious psychological adventures broaden imagination and foster empathy. Bryan C. Hazeltonilluminates these polarities: Ordinary and UnconventionalReality and FantasyHumankind and GodFaraway Past and the PresentSurvival and LossDevotion and BetrayalEmpathy and DisconnectMan and Machine The process of Psychotherapy is seen in a new light as magical influences create novel outcomes. PoeticPsychotherapy@gmail. comwww. PoeticPsychotherapy. comwww. KlynnWorks.com

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Abbott Jesus Christ General On High
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The end times are here and this is what Jesus would have of his church. This is how they will bring His people to Him.

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Abbott I Can Do Anything, Too
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The "I Can Do Anything" curriculum enables youth to examine various careers and opportunities by demonstrating the significant achievements that Latino Americans have made in various fi elds. The "I Can Do Anything" curriculum consists of: *An overview of various careers with the skills needed to excel in each field *Historical References *Famous Latino Americans in each career field *Exercises in skill assessments, self-assessments, research, and writing On many occasions, I have seen the joy and satisfaction that Latinos express for their heritage. This book brings to surface the many accomplishments and positive infl uences that Latinos have on America. -Eric Hawthorne, Department of Army Ms. Mattocks has followed up with a sequel to her fi rst book, with "I Can Do Anything, Too." Anyone who loves history or anyone seeking to learn more about the contributors of other cultures should purchase this book. I look forward for future books. -Anniette Keyes, East Carolina University This book is an extremely valuable tool for young people. It can also be used by parents and counselors to help guide young people to the proper career. I would recommend this book to anyone. -Lynia White, columnist, book reviewer, and founder of The Quality Corner Bookstore www. icandoanything. us

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Abbott Poems about Love, War and Just for Fun
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Vietnam Gray lead and shiny yellow brass Pushing death From a stainless steel gun That's not made of flesh: It's integral parts lubricated By oil and grease To withstand the heat and humidity, But what is there to erase The red stain On white cloth that covers The pain On a moving part of anatomy Or the look on a human face?

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Abbott Contract Made After Death
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Life and death-if one is lucky, they are far between, the latter negligible. Death does not choose who she takes, but she always has the chance. I was "fortunate" to be chosen, my end bloody and truly unforeseen. She waited for me on the other side, my new standards of life in hand. Once sealed, I was sent on my way. But not to Earth. Mertha, where humans were a minority compared to the dagger-toothed elves, omniscient angellum, and giggling goblins teeming on the four continents. Magic was the norm, technology now the taboo. I arrived in Sildred on Idoliam, an area waged in a war rekindled centuries after. I had much to learn, mostly through trial by fire. Many a danger lies ahead, some from myself. I will not bow; I will make the if to a when. I will complete my end of the bargain. I will return home … but what truly awaits me there? Would it be better to stay? Death and life-if one is lucky, they are far between, but neither is an end. Not when you sign the Contract Made after Death. Oh, and do play nice.

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Abbott The Mayor's Mustache
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Thomas Culhaven is the ancestor of the founding fathers of Culhaven, Illinois, and he won't go down without a fight! He may be a senior citizen, but when Mayor Mort Cramden and his illustrious council get ambitious, it is Tom's land on the line. The mayor has suggested the construction of a superhighway that will connect Culhaven to the nearest big city. It sounds like a fine idea, but not to Tom, whose house will be demolished in the process. In an effort to stop the inevitable, Tom attends the town meeting to debate the mayor's modern idea-but old Tom has something up his sleeve. He's been working to think of a plan, with the aid of his dog, Bud-a pet nobody else can see or hear. With their foolproof plan in mind, Tom pleads sensibly with Cramden one last time. When the mayor refuses to cooperate, Tom does what has to be done: he cuts off half the mayor's mustache. Tom is thrown in jail but soon released on two hundred dollars bail. Once free, he realizes his simple scissorsnip has become big news. Apparently, the town sees it as symbolism. Of what, Tom isn't sure, but his harebrained scheme might just work and save his old home. The Mayor's Mustache is a commentary on corporate greed and the desperation of old age, but it is also a story of small-town hope and the power of one man to change an entire community.

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Abbott Kinsman Redeemer
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Years before Wiley was born, a pact written on parchment was made between his guardian, the Englishman Lord Harold of Rockhaven Castle, and Kormac the Dane. The parchment was stolen and altered, putting 250 English soldiers in mortal danger and challenging the ownership of both estates. In the spring of 1013 King Svein Forkbeard of Denmark arrives at Rockhaven with the altered pact, claiming to be the kinsman recipient of the promises made therein. Thirteen year old Wiley is determined to become a knight even though he has no father. Wanting to see the enemy up close, he disobeys orders by sneaking into the great hall. Recognized by two Danish strangers he runs for his life, but not before catching the windblown parchment. Later kidnapped and taken to Denmark, Wiley discovers his identity and finds two unexpected allies-King Svein's seventeen-year-old son Knute and Svein's sister-in-law, Lady Freya, who help him escape the wrath of Forkbeard. Aided by his friends, an alchemist with Greek Fire, the Norwegian Viking Thoren, and a strange dwarf named Toadskin, Wiley probes the mysteries of the parchment, new enemies, a lady underground, his own beginnings, his future as a knight, and God's foreknowledge.

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Abbott The Survival of Lillith Dane
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Formerly a stay-at-home mom of two, Lily now faces her ultimate demise in a world shredded by the undead. The zombie apocalypse has hit home. Staying alive will take more than the strength to kill the monsters who took her family. Special thanks to Faried, Paul, Michael, Angela, Dad, and my own, personalized fan base. This book is not intended for children.

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Abbott Guía No Oficial De Bubble Witch Saga 2
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Guía de juego no oficial de Bubble Witch Saga, descripción, contenido, atajos, trucos y más!

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Abbott Today
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Wedney Ainsworth has just broken up with her rich boyfriend, and she's feeling lost. Luckily, she's invited to a party hosted by the Knox family, and feeling sorry for herself, she goes-intending to get as drunk as she can. Meanwhile, the voice of her mother echoes in her mind: Every girl in the world is special to her prince, she had told her. But Wedney's faith in that fairy tale died along with her mother. Despite that outlook, she's whisked into a fairy tale of sorts when a handsome man named Eric invites her to dance at the party. Even when she gets sick, he acts like the perfect gentleman. Spread throughout the romance is vocabulary essential to scoring well on the Graduate Record Examination. Dozens of words such as extraneous, imperturbable, aberrant, insouciant, coquette, emollient, and aesthetic are incorporated into the story and defined at the bottom of each page. The romance also includes lessons that will help you live life to the fullest. Join Wedney on a wild night that leads to a romantic adventure, and learn essential vocabulary along with lessons that promote embracing life and making the most of Today.

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Abbott The Box
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It's not that Pan Blair, stay-at-home mother of three, has anything against humanity per se. It's just that she finds interacting with its members to be draining to the point of exhaustion. Her husband, however, can neither understand nor live with her introversion. When a scheme of his creation lands them on the brink of homelessness, Pan decides it's time to get the hell out of the passenger seat. It's time to take an active role in her own life. Even though she knows she's not remotely qualified for it, she accepts a management position at a bookstore. There's something eerily familiar about her new boss, the enigmatic Ignatius Pyre, but Pan has more than a few new revelations coming. As soon as she accepts the job, she faces a Herculean gamut of physical, emotional, and ethical trials. Every day, she learns a little bit more about herself, but nothing could possibly prepare her for the biggest shock of her life. Pan, it turns out, is short for Pandora, of Greek legend; what's more, Ignatius has been her soul mate throughout time. Together, they are about to turn the world upside down. But rather than unleashing the plague, pestilence, and misery of the legendary Pandora's Box on humanity, they instead liberated the gifts of the gods-and Zeus is not exactly pleased. Now, Zeus' relentless pursuit through history has come to a head, and he has just the leverage he needs to force Pan into an impossible choice.

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Abbott Poetry's Painting of Life
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Life is full of beauty that is sometimes too beautiful for our eyes to see. Even so, if we look closely, we slowly begin to see a sharper image of things we may never have noticed before. Sometimes it takes more than just looking. Sometimes it takes words to change what we see through our eyes. The strength and power of words can help to show us a different view of the way we look at things in life. Through this new collection of poems, Poetry's Painting of Life, author Juliana Shihadeh hopes to draw a clearer image of the simple beauties of life that are often left unnoticed. Think of your life as a story you are writing; every decision is like opening a door. All it takes is imagination and the clarity of the right words to describe the emotions of the images in our minds. Our Story From the moment our first breath we took, We wrote the first words to our story, To be filled with down days, but oh so full of glory, Back then, those were the first pages to our book. Our story is as any story we read, Except for one difference, if you recall, And that is … we cannot erase any words that fall, We are happy to be, but we write mistakes oh yes indeed …

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Abbott Our Government Is Broke
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Economists, business executives, and small business owners continue to warn Washington about the dangers of runaway deficit spending. If it continues, it could cost Americans their freedom. The national debt is well over $16.5 trillion and growing, and it seems that it's only a matter of time before the United States slips into a deep recession or depression. Additionally, the Social Security program may soon go bankrupt, stock markets could crash and wipe out retirement accounts, and inflation may drive up the cost of goods and services. Steve Hess, a longtime executive and taxpayer, outlines the country's problems in plain English. His ultimate goal is to get people to act so that future generations don't have to carry the burden of repaying governmental debt and rebuilding the nation. Taxpayers must act to fix things, and they must encourage their friends and neighbors to get involved-before it's too late.

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Abbott My Name Is Prince Albert
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Albert, a young frog fresh from the pond, overheard the story of a fabled frog that was kissed by a princess. He turned into a handsome prince, and they lived happily ever after. Albert wanted to live happily ever after. Bewitched by the tale of The Frog Prince, Albert waited by the path, and was discovered by the princess and her handmaiden. With a giggle, the handmaiden dropped to a knee, held Albert high in her cupped hands, offering him to the princess in jest. The princess gave the handmaiden a mock, appreciative smile, pulled the maiden's hands toward her lips, and gave Albert a kiss on the top of his head. With this silliness over, the handmaiden set Albert down alongside the path, and the two continued on their way. "I lay by the side of the path for a long time, limp and exhausted, trembling, and the ground beneath me was spinning! I could feel my frog body beginning to change. Here I go! Here I go! Then there was nothing. Nothing! I did not turn into a prince. I slept." Now what? Will Albert be able to live happily ever after? You won't believe what happens next!

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Abbott Open Invitation
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Diane Becker is flipping through her mail after a long day when she comes across an envelope with a familiar return address. Although she is almost seventy, Diane is suddenly transported back to a time when she was newly single and in the middle of something that felt so right, but was unfortunately very wrong. As she opens the envelope and views an invitation to return to Honey Water, Missouri, for an anniversary party, Diane becomes lost in her memories of James Hoover, the man she loved completely for over fifteen years-all while knowing he belonged to someone else. Now with a chance to revisit her past and achieve closure, peace, and maybe a little payback, Diane decides to take other women who also loved Jamie on a journey back to Honey Water, where it all began. As the ladies wind their way back three decades to the origin of their passionate escapades with the same man, Diane and the others reveal surprising details about their lives, loves, and transformations. But as Diane arrives in Honey Water, she has no idea James has already arranged his final act of love for her. Open Invitation is the compelling story of forbidden love as a woman journeys back into her past, with the help of others, to right a wrong and finally heal her broken heart.

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Abbott Sunny
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In the late nineteenth century, Sunny, Arizona, is a place of redemption, self-discovery, and cross-dressing male prostitutes. A young man born in New York watches as his life is upturned by the murder of his boss. Lost and talentless, he decides to become a peace officer for the US Government. He is hired and given the assignment of Sunny, Arizona. Hilarity ensues as he heads west in search of himself and his future. As he embarks upon his odyssey of self-discovery, he encounters John, a somewhat delusional man of questionable origin. John sticks to our narrator, doing his best to pester, annoy, and keep him safe on his journey. Upon arriving in Sunny, he finds that the town is in the middle of a standoff between Wagner, a Canadian-born German, and the prostitutes of the town. The only catch is that these aren't the West's stereotypical prostitutes; they are, in fact, men-but they aim to please. Set in the Old West, this satirical novel follows the antics of a troupe of gigolos and the US Marshal who has been sent to save them.

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Abbott Atlas Shouts:
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Democrat and Republican factions continue to spread lies, and the United States will be ruined if they're allowed to go unchecked. Their behavior can easily be compared to the Jim Crow South - only this time, it's constitutional conservatives who are being abused. The good people of America need to join forces to launch an MLK-style movement to restore equal rights and fiscal sanity. John Lofgren, an intellectual patriot, explains how the liberal movement and faux conservatives are perverting the entire fiscal system in this powerful narrative that uncovers startling parallels between the past and present. He traces the frightening trajectory of U.s. fiscal policy beginning with the 1840s Erie Canal financing. By providing a platform for proposing solutions to the corruption and misguided views rampant in government, the author seeks to bring the country back to a firm foundation of financial stability. This book builds a case to de-socialize the banking system, end preferential rights, and re-establish state powers in order to reignite the pride and diversity America once leveraged to great economic advantage.

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Abbott Petunia Bobbin and the Baby Robin
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Little Petunia Bobbin is on her way home to wrap all the Christmas gifts she has bought for her friends and family when she hears a heartbreaking, boo-hooing squawk from just above her head. It is a tiny baby bird, all alone in a tree. The poor bird is too distraught to speak, so Petunia decided to call him simply Baby Robin. Baby Robin tells Petunia he can't find his mother. Petunia knows she must help the little bird. She realizes that the air is beginning to take on a chill and that Baby Robin's mother must have flown south for the winter! Petunia Bobbin and Baby Robin set off on an adventure south to find the bird's mother. As they search state after state, they not only develop the friendship of a lifetime, but learn the true meaning of Christmas as well.

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Abbott Raccoon Hill
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Eighty-nine-year-old Grace is gravely ill. As she lies in bed, she agonizes over whether she should tell her daughters that she killed their father. The setting for Grace's story is in the farming community of Coon Hill. In 1917, she falls in love with George Sanford. They plan to get married, but in July of 1918, the flu pandemic reaches the community, And George is among the fatal victims. Four years later, Paul Roberts starts visiting Grace. Her mother objects to the relationship because his father is an abusive alcoholic. Grace defends him, and when she tells her mother of her marriage plans a year later, Abbie reluctantly gives her blessings. A few months into the marriage, Paul begins to physically abuse her. Everything is revealed when her brother is walking in a field near her home and hears her scream.

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Abbott Montana Parallels and Perpendiculars
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Fishtail was the name of the tiny town where the Boys decided to pitch their homestead shack; they were three high school buddies from Winchester, Kentucky. In 1911, the Boys had stepped off an iron horse in Billings; one hundred years later, author Charles G. Hammond boarded an aluminum bird in Billings for his first trip overseas. Hammond compares and contrasts his and his grandfather's lives in this tale of new adventures.

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Abbott The Twilight of Liberty
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The unemployment rate is 10 percent. Taxes consume a huge portion of the working people's paychecks. Corruption dominates every level of the Government. The highest levels seek to turn control of the country over to the United Nations through the creation of a National Police force of the power-hungry Homeland Security, and it strips basic rights from the populace. David, an automotive technician, is a family man whose life seems to get worse by the day when he is placed in prison for a crime he did not commit. James is a Petty Officer on the aircraft carrier USS Jefferson. He longs for his childhood home in Alaska when times were more laidback and peaceful. His life becomes complicated when he discovers a spy aboard the ship. Benjamin, a divorced man with grown children, has been stockpiling supplies in an underground bunker in his home in Alaska. He senses something momentous is on the horizon but knows not what. The situation in the United States worsens beyond imagination, chaos ensues, and the three men race against time to find safety for themselves and their families in a world gone mad.

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Abbott Finding Life
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When the attack on Pearl Harbor occurs, sixth-grader David is a Japanese child who has been raised Christian in America. Suddenly, many people view David and his family as "the enemy." Japanese Americans found themselves sent to evacuation centers. They could bring only what they could carry, and most of their belongings were either sold or stolen in their absence. David could hardly believe it was happening; wasn't America supposed to be the land of the free? David's family was sent to Poston I, where 10,000 people dwelled in barracks surrounded by barbed wire and secured by armed guards. The living space was minimal, and privacy was nonexistent. Even so, there was a sense of hope, as people found time to laugh and attend church. The church brought Christians together from all across the West Coast, and David made friends that would last long after the evacuation centers closed. Following David's family's stay in America's makeshift Japanese prison, they moved to Chicago, where David's true path to adulthood began. Surrounded by gang fights consisting of white versus black, the Japanese new kid had nowhere to go-except to God, who would find a way to show David how to live a life of peace amidst chaos, love within hate, and ultimately salvation in the depths of damnation.

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Abbott Affirmations and Thoughts for Life
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As life's challenges confront us, we must rely on our personal power-the power to reach inside ourselves to gather the strength and inspiration to live meaningful, fulfilling lives. This entails a continuous process of retrospection and self-examination. It also demands we be courageous and embrace the fullness of reality. In Affirmations and Thoughts for Life, author Adriana Marin presents a series of ideas for conscious living and for finding one's true voice throughout the continuum of personal development. Presented in both English and Spanish, this guide addresses the topics of willpower, acceptance, letting go, alignment, empowerment, expansion, and liberation. Providing a voice of strength, courage, support, encouragement, and inspiration for conscious living and self-actualization, it uses life lessons to guide a path of personal transformation, ultimately leading to unleashing our full personal potential. Inspirational and empowering, Affirmations and Thoughts for Life provides a practical companion for stepping into the realm of our deepest greatness and becoming the magnificent person we were born to be.

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Abbott Into the Tornado of War
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In the summer of 1862, a group of volunteer soldiers joined the Twenty-First Michigan Volunteer Infantry in western Michigan. For the next two and a half years, these men saw extensive combat against the Confederacy in America's most brutal and bloody war. Drawn from hundreds of letters, diaries, and memoirs, Into the Tornado of War is the complete history of this Union regiment as seen through the soldiers' eyes. James Genco traces their movements from their first major battle at Perryville, Kentucky, through Tennessee, Georgia, and finally, the Carolinas. In addition to Perryville, the regiment was severely tested in the landmark battles of Stones River, Chickamauga, and Bentonville, and participated in Union General William T. Sherman's March to the Sea in November and December of 1864. As the war wound down in 1865, the regiment was part of the Union Army that cut its way through the Carolinas, ultimately finding itself in the forefront of one of the last major battles of the war. In a valuable contribution to the scholarship on the American Civil War, Into the Tornado of War paints a picture of the realities of the war through the words of real soldiers.

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Abbott Guia Não-Oficial Do Jogo Taps To Riches
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* Guia N O Oficial * Dicas avançadas e guia de estratégia. Este é o guia mais compreensivo e detalhado que você encontrará on-line. Disponível para download instantâneo em seu telefone celular, dispositivo de eBook, ou em formulário. Com o sucesso de minhas centenas de outras guias e estratégias escritas, eu escrevi outro guia profissional avançado tanto para jogadores novos quanto para veteranos. Este guia lhe dá estratégias específicas e dicas sobre como progredir no jogo, vencer seus adversários, adquirir mais moedas, e muito mais! - Dicas profissionais e estratégias. - Cheats e Hacks. - Segredos, dicas, truques, desbloqueáveis e truques usados por jogadores Profissionais! Como obter toneladas de dinheiro / moedas. - Mais Muito Mais! Todas as versões deste guia têm capturas de tela para ajudá-lo a entender melhor o jogo. Não há nenhum outro guia que é tão abrangente e avançado como este. Aviso Legal: Este produto não é associado, afiliado, endossado, certificado ou patrocinado pelo Proprietário do Copyright Original.

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Abbott Spiritual Confessions of an Agnostic
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For some, religious people who think and act irrationally can be confounding, while for others, unbelievers who don't see the reality of God are just as baffling. C.m. Blakeson, an agnostic who grew up living a fundamentalist lifestyle in Kansas, explores both perspectives in this candid memoir. From his initial journey to Jesus to his deepening belief in fundamentalist Pentecostalism, he explores how religion affected his thoughts on love and life. With God rooted as such a reality for him, he never imagined he'd one day become an agnostic-or how happy he'd be to reach such nonreligious enlightenment. Now he seeks to battle misconceptions about agnosticism. Get the true definition of agnosticism, learn how to break free from spiritual bondage, and join Blakeson as he seeks to understand various religions. If you've ever pondered what goes through the minds of fundamentalists, or if you're a religious person who wonders why your best friend left the faith, Spiritual Confessions of an Agnostic seeks to help you find answers.

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Abbott The Ghost Painter
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Eccentric, world-famous Santa Fe artist Adelaide Moran, recently arrived in heaven, is obsessed with not having finished painting the masterpiece that she feels will be so different from all others that it will forever ensure her legacy in the history of art. Invading the dreams of her earthly assistant, Ramon Herrera, she elicits his help-and that of aTaos shaman and a psychic-to steal the soul of talented young New York painter Angelina Bonelli. Whisked to New Mexico and held prisoner as she is guided by Moran's ghostly hand painting on the masterpiece, Angelina struggles against dark, seemingly immovable forces to find her way back to the reclamation of her soul as an artist and woman. Her best friend, jazz singer Gabriella Burke, and a handsome Santa Fe photographer, Troy Lundberg, join forces in a race against time to rescue Angelina. Bonelli counts Moran as one of her favorite artists, but aches to honor her own artistic expression. Meanwhile, even in death, the spirit of Moran will stop at nothing to become as famous as Georgia O'Keeffe. Two painters, but only one set of hands … and an art world that may be forever changed.

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Abbott Life, Love, and Unity
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Ann and Michael have both been married before. Their past relationships ended in nothing but heartbreak, and they both carry the battle scars to prove it. Love is frankly the last thing on Ann's mind. She has a severely ill daughter to care for; plus, she worries that her ex might show up and tear her life apart-again. Michael lives far, far away from his children, and emotionally, he's far away from everyone. He thinks he's too battered and bruised to be in a relationship. He feels he doesn't deserve love, and he barely remembers how to give it. Then, a chance meeting brings Ann and Michael together, and new feelings threaten their equilibrium. Ann has trust issues. She refuses to trust another man with her heart, but she also has trouble trusting men with her children. Michael is afraid of ruining Ann's life as he has ruined his own. Yet, their connection is undeniable, and it will take a leap of faith from both of them to make this unexpected love last.

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Abbott Spin Cycle
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Jonathan Rana has two names. The other name is Qubert Spin, but in truth these names are facetious tags. Qubert is the most descriptive for those who care, and for those who don't, Jonathan sounds more natural, for one who is unnatural, but invites less curiosity, while the other has a nice spin. In the course of a few years, Qubert came into being, an offspring of so many. Rare was the person who could foresee the outcome of such an eclectic undertaking, but once realized was helpless to convince anyone else. No credible supervisor could claim the existence of an animate computer. Quantum physics is not a hot topic in the culture of today or for that matter of yesterday. All of those sub-atomic particles, actually wave forms, are the same on earth as at the edge of the universe; they undulate and spin. Once enough of those wave forms are regimented into productive alignment, a door will open. Now comes the choice of either crossing the threshold or not. It's a safe bet what happens next. In this account, there is Qubert, full of human traits, with an ambition for descendants. Cultural forerunners have detractors, hostile and afraid, thus being unique brings great risk, even loathing. In contrast there are others who have no fear, quietly anticipating things to come. Too often there have been attempts to predict the technology of the future, which end as wishful thinking. The safest narrative is to employ predictable human behavior, blend in the technical basics, and the rest will follow. Herein are the basics for the characters to manage thereafter.

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Abbott Africa: The Glory, the Curse, the Remedy
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I n Africa: The Glory, the Curse, the Remedy; the author Anthony Agbo in a spectacular and inspirational detail researched the bible and rare ancient authorities to establish that God through the mouths of His Prophets, pronounced broad and far reaching curses on Africa and Africans, the result of which put the continent and her people in the negative side of all indices of human fortune, growth and development. Tracing the African family tree from the patriarch Noah through her phenomenal rise and greatness in ancient time, to her sudden downfall, the author in an amazing inspirational treatise, woven with extra-ordinary suspense unveiled: the character and activities of the enigmatic biblical figure, Nimrod, the great African and first world ruler, who built the Tower of Babel, openly confronted the God of Heaven and originated Idolatry, the worship of the "gods of wood and stone" thereby leading Africans astray; the identity and pioneering works of Tehuti, the great African who laid the foundation for all academic knowledge on earth, and who the ancient Greeks referred to as the "master of all masters" and the "greatest of all greats"; the journey of the biblical Ark of the covenant in the ancient time from Jerusalem to Ethiopia where it resides today; why and how God cursed Africa and how this curse has impacted on the lives and endeavors of the black race; what is it that can return Africa to future world dominion; etc. This is a book of extraordinary revelations about Africa and God, her glory and curse-propelled downfall as well as remedial prescriptions.

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Abbott Ikon
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Leif Karlsson, a young engineer from Sweden, has been sent to Redstone Arsenal in Alabama by the Swedish government to learn more about the anti-aircraft missile system the Swedish armed forces had purchased. Once there, he finds that his upbringing has not prepared him for what life is like in the American South of the 1960s. A product of a very idealistic, liberal, and homogenous society, Leif must find a way to safely navigate a racially charged South, where religious beliefs, moral values, prejudice, and history have created a dangerous place to live for anyone who is not white. He's thrust into the eye of the storm when he witnesses a white man bullying Hailee, a beautiful, young black woman who works the line at the base cafeteria. Shocked, Leif can't understand the reasons behind the interaction-or his undeniable attraction to her. At first afraid to respond to his interest, Hailee soon finds herself stirred by the passion of this handsome and intriguing stranger, and she dares to dream as well. Set against the overheated emotional ambiance of the South in the days of fundamentalist religious fervency, violent racial turmoil, and obsessive fear of racial integration, Ikon is the story of two people who risked everything to break the taboo on their love.

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Abbott Desperate Measures
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Sisters Heather and Sally Samuelson have just bought a new place of their own in lovely Lewisburg, Oregon. The real estate agent mentioned something about ghosts, but Heather and Sally are skeptical. They are soon barraged by friendly neighbors and curious guests dropping by for lunch. Their Aunt Myrtle even arrives with furniture for their new place-furniture handed down in their family for generations. Not everything is what it seems in Lewisburg, though. The girls soon discover exotic herbs, hidden treasures, and dead bodies. There's a serial killer in their small town, but puzzle-solver Heather finds herself plunged into circumstances surrounding neighbors' deaths, a missing fortune, and a jewel thief's hidden treasure. What's more, a puzzle left behind by the girls' deceased mother may be the key to stopping a killer. Heather can't help but be distracted by strange happenings in her own home, though, and the kooky neighbors don't help either. Will she be able to solve the murderer's game before someone else ends up dead, or will the killer get away with both murder and a family fortune?

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Abbott Directive Destiny
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Based on true events, Directive Destiny follows the adventures of a young man, named Jeremiah, as he journeys to mysterious places and ancient times in search of answers to the most fundamental questions of life, love, and spiritual awareness. Guided through heartwarming lessons and thought provoking challenges by a celestial teacher named Joshua, Jeremiah entices us with visions of ancient symbols and teachings from wise mentors and angelic hosts who present him with a message of a spiritual awakening long ago prophesized. Journey to a magnificent state of sacred illumination, unleash the potential of your immortal soul and experience the emotional inspiration of Directive Destiny.

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Abbott Guía Del Juego De The Simpsons Tapped Out
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!Construye la mejor ciudad y consigue mucho dinero! Con la guía del juego de The Simpsons Tapped Out (o Los simpsons Springfield), aprenderás exactamente todo lo que necesitas para convertirte en un jugador experto, !y ganarás rosquillas y dinero ilimitados! Este libro es una guía completa sobre todo lo que necesitas saber del juego. Además, también podrás bajarte la versión gratuita del juego con esta compra. - !Cómo descargar The Simpsons Tapped Out (o Los simpsons Springfield) Gratis! - Válido para iPhone y Android. - Vista general e información básica - !Estrategias avanzadas para progresar en el juego! - !Consigue dinero ilimitado! - !Consigue rosquillas ilimitadas! - !Cómo subir de nivel más rápido! - !Cómo conseguir rosquillas gratis! - Ubicaciones y su código postal. - Modos de juego y logros. - Instrucciones detalladas fáciles de seguir. - !Los secretos, trucos y objetos descargables que solo los jugadores profesionales usan! - !Y Mucho Más! !Compra ahora y no te quedes nunca más sin rosquillas! !Vuélvete uno de los mejores jugadores ahora! Descargo de responsabilidad: Este producto no se ha asociado, afiliado, relacionado ni financiado por EA Games, ni ha sido revisado, probado o certificado por EA Games. Esta guía debe servir como referencia, por lo que no modifica el juego de ninguna manera. Es una guía escrita y no un programa de software.

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Abbott Wisdom, Reflection, and Grace
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Wisdom, Reflection, and Grace has over 30 topics that will definitely point you in the direction of Christ. The author believes that we can learn a lot from sharing our Christian walk with others; whether it's our triumphs, failures, loss, or pain we all have something valuable that can be used to bring others closer to Christ. This wonderful mini-book speaks to the heart of many believers and new believers alike seeking to build an intimate relationship with God.

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Abbott The Pandora President
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When President Barack Hussein Obama was first elected president, he promised he would use the presidency as a bully pulpit to fundamentally change America. In the first four years, he has brought the change; now we're praying for the hope. In The Pandora President, author and pastor Donald William Johnson discusses four primary reasons he believes that President Obama should not be reelected. From the perspective of a husband, father, Black Christian, and pastor, Johnson provides a thorough investigation of and details some of the issues that have plagued the Obama administration. The Pandora President discusses the President's unBiblical views on abortion, support of same-sex marriage and the homosexualization of the military, which has redefined marriage and family; erosion of religious freedom by mandating health care coverage that violates the constitution and the church's teachings; and stance on the state of Israel. The Pandora President also touches on other issues, such as immigration policies and economic plans, and explains why Johnson believes that President Obama's tenure has not provided positive change for the United States and her people.

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Abbott Starfish
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Starfish continues the story of Bud and Violet Rose with the baby girl they call Starfish. As Deputy Sheriff of Suffolk County, Bud pursues a drug cartel that plagues the community. Much of the action takes place in Montauk on the southeastern tip of Long Island where the boats come in with their supply not only of fish but also the illegal substance called White Sugar. Throughout the story, the turbulent ocean mirrors the tumult in the lives of the characters.

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Abbott Midnight Confessions
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In Midnight Confessions, poet Joy Olree, a self-described autistic poet with MS, presents a collection of user-friendly verse reflecting on her experiences with the world and her readings and studies of the Bible. She offers her opinions on a wide range of topics and invites disagreement and discussion. Midnight Confessions In the twinkling of an eye they came, the memory snatchers. First it was the short-term memories, then the medium ones. As time went by, more memories seem to leave, but she never forgot her God and she never did not pray. I put my hand on her bed as she breathed her last breath. I prayed, "Thank you, Lord, for making it possible for me to be there." As I sit here in the lighted room, the dark outside, I miss my stepmom. Tomorrow is Christmas, a time of celebration, and I think to myself, Do I have anything to celebrate? Most of my family has died. I still have the children and the grandchildren. I guess I am blessed, and is that not the way of life? Us older folks die, and the young take our place, unless there is some unforeseen unexpected tragedy. But I have much to be thankful for this Christmas. See, because of my decision to take care of my stepmom at the nursing home, I now have a new set of friends. A nursing home full of friends. Thank you, stepmom and God, for making this possible. Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, humanity.

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Abbott Cattivissimo Me: Minion Rush - Guida Non Ufficiale
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Guida non ufficiale per Cattivissimo Me: Minion Rush Oltre all'acquisto di questo ebook puoi registrarti gratis per il nostro programma di guide supplementare. Copiando il link qui sotto avrai accesso agli ultimi aggiornamenti per i videogiochi e le app più popolari. registrati gratis a: http://emailsignupform. subscribemenow.com/ Guida con suggerimenti e strategie avanzate. Questa è la più completa e dettagliata guida che troverai online. disponibile con download istantaneo sul tuo telefono, dispositivo ebook o in formato cartaceo. Dopo il successo delle centinaia di altre guide e strategie scritte da me ecco un'altra guida avanzata e professionale per nuovi e vecchi giocatori. Questa offfre specifiche strategie e suggerimenti su come progredire nel gioco, sconfiggere gli avversari, acquisire valuta e molto altro! Qui è quello che avrai con il tuo acquisto di questa guida professionale ed avanzata: -Strategie e suggerimenti professionali -Trucchi e hack -Segreti, suggerimenti e trucchi usati dai giocatori pro -Come ottenere valuta in gran quantità -E Molto Altro! Tutte le versioni di questa guida hanno screenshot per aiutarti a capire il gioco. Non ci sono altre guide più complete ed avanzate di questa. Se stai cercando guide per altri giochi ed app popolari puoi cercare altri titoli di Joshua Abbott e HSE Games. Sarai felice del tuo acquisto relativo a questa guida e ne trarrai beneficio enormemente in comparazione con altre guide in circolazione meno efficaci. Acquista oggi e distruggi gli avversari! Diventa un giocatore pro oggi stesso! Per supporto ed altre informazioni sui nostri prodotti visita: http://www. hiddenstuffentertainment.com/ Disclaimer: Questo prodotto non è associato, affiliato, supportato, certificato o sponsorizzato dal possessore del Copyright originale. Tutti i marchi registrati che appaiono in questo ebook s

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Abbott No Poems for Giants
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Ryan Frankovic and his best friend, eight-foot-nine giant Luther Brightwell, live in a small midwestern town in the late fifties, surrounded by basketball enthusiasts. In the otherwise ordinary summer of 1956, Ryan and Luther witness the discordant relationship of Ryan's neighbors, Sidney and Claire McMillan, but think nothing of it. But several weeks later, Mrs. McMillan goes missing, and her disappearance leads to months of speculation and even suspicion of murder. About to begin their senior year, the boys soon forget about her in order to prepare for the upcoming sports season-while, Luther struggles with his gargantuan height and strength. As the sports season commences, however, the boys start to realize women in other nearby cities have gone missing as well. Despite the distractions of school and college prep, they put together the pieces that soon point to murder-and possibly to the killer. What's more, they are shocked to realize that these missing women have something to do with their basketball team.

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Abbott The Carnelian Legacy
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Eighteen-year-old Marisa MacCallum always believed that the man of her dreams was out there somewhere. The problem is-he's in another dimension. After the death of her father, Marisa only wants to find comfort on her daily ride through the woods of Gold Hill. But when a mysterious lightning storm suddenly strikes, she is hurled into the alternate dimension of Carnelia where she is discovered by an arrogant yet attractive nobleman, Darian Fiore. Stranded in an ancient world teeming with monsters, maniacs and medieval knights, she is forced to join Darian on a dangerous mission to negotiate peace with his cousin and archenemy, Savino da Rocha. Along the way, she starts to see Darian's softer side and unwillingly falls in love. But once she discovers that he is locked into an arranged marriage, her heart shatters. When Savino falls for her charms and demands her hand in exchange for peace, Marisa is faced with an impossible choice: marry the enemy of the man she loves or betray them both and become the catalyst for a bloody war.

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Abbott House of Gideon
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On the planet Placidus-a world steeped in deception, misdirection, and blind ambition-all is not placid. And in the countries of Atlantis and Nivara, an unseen enemy works from within to tear civilization apart. Salvation depends on the unlikely heroes Yarwin, a petty, delusional inventor (who has achieved immortality quite by accident); an arrogant warrior princess; a sentient robot; a timid regent; and a mystical baby girl with a challenging destiny. In the perfect and happy kingdom of Nivara, life is neither perfect nor happy, and Queen Juliet Gideon is not herself after a trip to Atlantis. As she and her husband, King Marcus, await the birth of their fourth child, storms seem to promise more trouble ahead. Her family and servants are frightened by something they don't understand. But when little Sarah draws her first breath, a single beam of sunshine breaks through the gloom. Sarah, a mystical young girl, has been born with unimaginable powers. Too soon, Juliet is called to Atlantis again and returns with a ring given to her by its scheming queen. Under the ring's influence, Juliet turns against her powerful daughter. With the help of Yarwin, she strips the young girl of her powers-ironically, the only person who could break the ring's spell. Can Sarah regain her powers in time to save them all?

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Abbott From Crisis to Creativity
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Have you ever wondered whether credible evidence supports the old cliché, "Every cloud has a silver lining?" In this fascinating exploration of the interplay between pain and possibility, Dr. Gail Feldman shows us that the answer is an emphatic 'yes.' Grief can be a powerful catalyst for creativity. Through portraits of historical figures such as van Gogh, Gandhi and Michelangelo, as well as clinical case studies featuring psychotherapy and past life regression therapy, Dr. Feldman takes us on a journey through the human psyche and provides a map for finding new life among the ruins of personal loss and change. "It takes very special information to lead to transformation. From Crisis to Creativity is very special and can lead you to revelation and rebirth. Charcoal to diamonds - Use the pressure." - Bernie Siegel, MD. "In this beautiful and inspiring book, Gail Feldman shows how to transform adversity into creative expression and joy. From Crisis to Creativity is one of the best roadmaps I have read to illuminate the way." - Brian Weiss, MD

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Abbott Congress Whispers, Reservation Nations Endure
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A unique body of federal actions rests in near silence within the shadowy margins of all other U.s. public law. The reason is simple. It consists of laws that specifically apply to just one group of Americans: members of American Indian tribes. As such, the laws apply most directly to less than 1.5% of our nation's citizenry, yet they also affect other Americans in important but less obvious ways. These tribe-focused public laws continue to frame New Millennium relationships between American Indian tribes and their state and federal counterparts. Congress Whispers, Reservation Nations Endure presents a legislative sample for students and American history buff s to explore. Each piece of legislation was enacted by Congress between 1885 and 1990. This collection offers a civics lesson: it reveals the time-honored pageantry of congressional proceedings through public laws that proved important to the development of several western states, many of the nation's most beloved national parks, and many of today's American Indian reservations. Taken together, the votes cast during about one month of congressional law-making left an indelible mark upon the American psyche-and upon the American landscape. At the same time, this collection of laws also offers hope. It hints at a prevailing decency within Congress, a characteristic often evident during this century-long timeline, as lawmakers demonstrated a capacity to learn from their mistakes. Whenever Congress chose to take corrective action, our nation stepped closer to its ideals of Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.

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Abbott New Orleans or Sunk!
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With forty fifty-five-gallon oil drums bracketed together, fifteen boys between the ages of twelve and fifteen, three college interns, and one fearless leader boarded the homemade raft dubbed the Unsinkable in the summer of 1961. Their goal was to traverse the 1,742 miles of the Mississippi River between Minneapolis, Minnesota, to New Orleans, Louisiana. In New Orleans or Sunk! author Dean E. Felsing narrates this story of an incredible crew on an unbelievable expedition. At the time, Felsing was a fourteen-year-old boy and a member of the Weekend Program for troubled kids. The trip was part of the boys' summer vacation, and it was an adventure for all. From start to finish, he provides details of the journey that included spending ten hours a day on the water, traversing the river's many locks, fighting the weather's capriciousness, dealing with equipment failures, and learning to live with the other boys on a raft. Felsing describes how he and the others conquered the mighty Mississippi that summer by taking turns as lookouts, pilots, navigators, cooks, mechanics, housekeepers, inventors, and explorers. New Orleans or Sunk! shares how they learned to appreciate the kindness of strangers and to understand the power of the river.

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Abbott Books Hong Kong

When it comes to color, Abbott Books today are most popular in Yellow, White and Red. You can get spectacular discounts with up to 20% for Abbott Books from iprice! Did you know Burning Arcanum, Time Bomb from Within and Arbalest are the most popular Abbott Books? There are more brands you can check out online such as Hot Wheels, Boon and LTD if you want more options apart from Abbott Books. From HK$ 17.00 to HK$ 144.00, you can get yourself a decent Abbott Books online. There are two main types ofAbbott Books, namely a Business, Law and Religion.