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  • Elizabeth Michaels

    Perfect English for 30 minutes a day? It's real! Give half an hour daily to achieve your goal and in a few months you will be surprised at your progress. Such a method is a real find for modern busy people, already desperate to learn a foreign language. The book contains tips and recommendations on how to start learning, how to organize lessons, how to make them effective and interesting. Try a modern and progressive method of learning the language, and English will cease to be a problem for...read more

  • Nan Rossiter

    "Making Spirits Bright" by Fern Michaels Melanie McLaughlin desperately wants to adopt two orphaned siblings and give them a real home for Christmas. A just-for-the-holiday marriage to Bryce Landry fits her plan perfectly...until unexpected sparks have Melanie dreaming of forever by his side.... "Runaway Christmas" by Elizabeth Bass A glass of wine, lounging in pajamas, and catching up on movies-that's Heidi Bogue's idea of a perfect Christmas. Until her thirteen-year-old niece makes a surprise visit-and a snowstorm turns Heidi's café into a community refuge. Now one handsome cop is giving Heidi plenty more reasons to celebrate.... "Home for Christmas" by Rosalind Noonan Jo Truman...read more

  • Michael Norman

    For the first four months of 1942, U.S., Filipino, and Japanese soldiers fought what was America's first major land battle of World War II, the battle for the tiny Philippine peninsula of Bataan. It ended with the surrender of 76,000 Filipinos and Americans, the single largest defeat in American military history. The defeat, though, was only the beginning, as Michael and Elizabeth M. Norman make dramatically clear in this powerfully original book. From then until the Japanese surrendered in August 1945, the prisoners of war suffered an ordeal of unparalleled cruelty and savagery: forty-one months of captivity, starvation rations, dehydration, hard labor, deadly disease, and torture-far...read more

  • Michael Connelly

    What would you write if no one knew who you were? In the spirit of the demolition derby, where drivers take heedless risks with reckless abandon, welcome to the first convocation of the Secret Society of Demolition Writers. Here is a one-of-a-kind collection by famous authors writing anonymously-and dangerously. With the usual concerns about reputations and renown cast aside, these twelve daredevils have each contributed an extreme, no-holds-barred unsigned story, each shining as brightly and urgently as hazard lights. Unconventional and unapologetic, this publishing equivalent of a whodunit features an eclectic group of fictional characters, including a delusional schizophrenic narrator,...read more

  • Michael Port

    Times have changed. The typical old sales tactics we're all familiar with no longer work. Cold calling gets you nowhere, door-to-door selling is a nonstarter, and today's consumers are too savvy for most traditional scripts and closing techniques. With those tactics, it takes more time and effort to reach fewer and fewer clients. If you're still doing it the old-fashioned way, you're probably barely keeping your career afloat. If you want to stop treading water and start making sales, The Contrarian Effect has the answer. This sales approach is like no other in history. Not only do traditional sales tactics fail most of the time, we're actually better off doing the exact opposite! It may...read more