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Book: Accounting for the Curious - Why Study Accounting?
For your career success, it doesn't matter what you study, it matters WHY you study it. When it comes to choosing Accounting as your college/university major or career, you can do it the easy way or the hard way. You can go on semesters and semesters wasting your parent's money to figure out if it is a right major for you. Or you can read this book and figure it out in less than two hours. It is [...]
 
Book: No Mercy (Sgt Major Crane Story) by Wendy Cartmell
Sgt Major Crane, a detective prepared to do anything it takes in the pursuit of justice . No Mercy - prequel to the best selling Steps to Heaven #1 in the Sgt Major Crane crime series. Is crime ever justified? Would you be merciful if it came to it? Or would you take your revenge? Crane investigates a fire in which a man dies. Was it an accident or something more sinister? Crane won't stop until [...]
 
Book: Reflections and Opinions of a Mental Health Professional by Henry Claude Barbot, M.D.
"Reflection and opinion of a mental health professional" is a collection of dynamic episodes that I have encountered during my 20 years working with the human mind. This literary work identified the impact of the devastation, which is inflicted to individuals suffering from mental illnesses and disorders. Sharing my insight, I have utilized poetry as the platform to discuss how mental illnesses [...]
 
Book: I Am Nine by Diane Major
As people across the world die from some incurable disease, Naomi a five year old girl who lives in England is torn from her parents. Naomi finds herself alone, growing up on a ship with strangers as she journeys across the sea into a new and very different future on the American coast. A future where a pack of great vicious dogs as well as cannibals roam the land . . . -
 
Book: Like Hell Itself by Diane Major
Ellen and her friend had a tough time growing up in care. On reaching adulthood they begin to despair, their whole life seems to go from bad to worse. It is a rainy afternoon when Ellen decides to risk what little money the two friends have left on a lottery ticket. To Ellen and Yvonne's amazement their luck is about to change, or is it? Yvonne decides to stay in London and start her own business [...]
 
Book: Honour Bound - A Sgt Major Crane Novel by Wendy Cartmell
Ideal for fans of police procedural murder mysteries Honour Bound is the third Sgt Major Crane crime thriller. In this thought provoking, powerful thriller, Sergeant Major Crane and his SIB team must investigate two cases simultaneously. A young soldier claims he has been repeatedly attacked by a commanding officer, but is struggling to make a formal complaint. And a young woman is found raped [...]
 
Book: Enmitus - The Transformation by Diane Major
Enmitusis a science fiction book. People from Earth have to seek a new home and they travel through space on 6 spaceships for centuries. During the journey 2 spaceships are lost. By the time they find planets to settle on they have become independent tribes and choose different planets. Princess Corinna lives with her father underground on Serenitus until Great Lords from Enmitus and Verdantus [...]
 
Book: The Nectar Fields by Johnathon Major
A dark, allegorical novella set during the hight of the slave trade. Halfway through the parched summer harvest, an unexpected visit from a depraved socialite, Mister Bradford, plunges Mister Bairon's small farm into new depths of horror. Amidst twisted seductions, savage tempers and the chocking heat, Mister Bairon's slaves find themselves facing the darkest days of their lives, in which they [...]
 
Book: Steps to Heaven (Sgt Major Crane Novels) by Wendy Cartmell
Ideal for fans of police procedural murder mysteries, this tense, twisting, emotionally compelling crime thriller will stay with you long after you turn the final page. Meet Sgt Major Crane. A Special Investigations Branch Detective in the British Army, he is the soldier who polices other soldiers. He thinks he has seen every crime known to both war and peace. But nothing has prepared him for the [...]
 
Book: Hijack (A Sgt Major Crane novel) by Wendy Cartmell
A crime you'll never forget. A detective you'll always remember. If you like Rebus and Reacher, you'll love Crane, a gritty British Army detective. How far would you go to free your brother? When a mysterious group of cyclists board a train, one of them pulls the emergency cord and the train grinds to a halt on the Ribblehead Viaduct, a 100ft high structure with a deathly fall. The six hijackers [...]
 
Book: Cross My Heart by Tabatha Witt
Josey has the perfect life, and a perfect family, but after the loss of her sister it seems as if everything is falling apart. Her death was ruled as suicide, but did Holly kill herself or was it something more? Josey wants answers, but with every answer comes more questions. Will Josey be able to handle what she finds? Or will her life too be in danger?
 
Book: Regenerate - A Sgt Major Crane Novel by Wendy Cartmell
Sometimes things are not what they seem to be... A dead baby is found on the steps of the Royal Garrison Church. Crane can't trace the mother although he suspects Kerry, a recently widowed army wife, who is finding it increasingly hard to deal with her husband's recent death and is spiraling towards insanity. Simultaneously, Crane is investigating a high profile drugs case. Someone inside the [...]
 
Book: Reconciled by Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns
After reading Reconciled, individuals will have a better understanding about mankind and see that we have done a lot of wrong. If you look at all the destruction man(kind) has visited upon this earth, the author believes we have to destroy man not like he was created by God, but by our monetary system. If we are able to change that system, Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns is certain we can end poverty [...]
 
Book: Mason and Bess (The Adventure Begins) by Diane Major
Mason and Bess, The Adventure Begins is the first of a possible series for Children. The book is about a child and a cocker spaniel who live on Earth however, they have a very different identity and come from another World. It it an adventure story, a bit of a modern fairytale. I wrote the book as I thought it would be a fantasy adventure story for Children 8-12 years. It took me 2 months to [...]
 
Book: 40 Days 40 Nights (Sgt Major Crane Novels) by Wendy Cartmell
Ideal for fans of police procedural murder mysteries, 40 Days 40 Nights is the the second Sgt Major Crane crime thriller. Summer 2012. Aldershot Garrison has been overrun by Team GB as they make their final preparations for the Olympic Games. Tasked with babysitting the athletes for the duration of their stay, Sergeant Major Crane has braced himself for an uneventful few weeks. But when the body [...]
 
Book: On The Rocks With A Twist - How well do you know your friends? by Jay Stritch
This is a story about murder, University and not playing by the rules. A lonely university freshman, Alex Longley, is befriended by an enigmatic and mysterious group of friends who introduce him to a unique new way of life that is above the rules. However, as events unravel and things spiral out of control, everything Alex thought he knew begins to seem uncertain.
 
Book: Tales From Gulu by Camille Khairallah
This book is a summary of what it is like to visit Gulu, Uganda through CVAP (Concordia Volunteer Abroad Program) and it is dedicated to past, present and future participants of the program. It reflects my personal opinion on what I have experienced in Acholiland and helps the reader imagine what it is like to live in such an environment. This book is not only dedicated for CVAPers per se, [...]
 
Book: Finding Zoe Dawes - A Minor Minus story (Tales from Minor/Major Minus) by Matt Langford
Tom has a problem. Indeed, a number of problems arise for him through the course of Finding Zoe Dawes, the first and penultimate novel of The Major/Minor Minus stories. Many of these problems boil down to the behaviour of Rag Bowman - old school friend and serial provocateur. His utter inability to find even an ounce of sympathy for Tom following the suicide of Hazel, Tom's wife, is a problem. [...]
 
Book: Chakra Basics - Fundamentals of Spiritual Growth by Chariss K. Walker
Color illustrated, Chakra Basics is the first step in understanding your personal energy wheels. This book has it all whether you are a beginner or advanced in chakra work. You will find fundamental and basic concepts about chakras that will enhance your personal and spiritual growth. This is the book you have been waiting for. Color illustrations to help guide your understanding of chakras and [...]
 
Book: Hangar 84 by Gary Jones
Who would've guessed a little mistake like boinkin' a general's wife and being caught in the act by the general himself could set a nice guy's career back? Well, that's just what happened to our hero, military cargo pilot, Colonel Bud the Stud, 'Boom Boom', Calhoun. It's summer, 1947, and Calhoun starts flying backward through the ranks faster than you can say 'I used to be a colonel'. If that [...]
 
Book: The Ending Dark by Jen Walker
When Athena Martin decides to study abroad in Paris for a semester she is certain the experience will change her life - she just doesn't imagine how much. The studious redhead steps off the plane ready for an adventure and is quickly entranced by the City of Light. But the city isn't the only thing that has captured her attention. Luc is more than just a handsome History professor and Athena is [...]
 
Book: Gifted by Mark O'Neal
The story takes place in a post-recession Atlanta, and Greer Matthews was a gifted student enrolled at Clark University who had just wrapped up a stressful third year of school. His mother was struggling to make ends meet back home in Chicago, so he had taken on a full-time job in addition to his studies to help her out. His family had faced hard times several times in the past, and he was [...]
 
Book: Further Education by Richard Brennan
Further Education is an exciting culture clash between a working-class student full of common sense and experience of politics, and a group of dogmatic upper middle class students. The clash becomes murderous when the group invite an extremist to speak at their university. The book explores how political dogma can suck people in as well as the rise of materialism and misogyny among students. [...]
 
Book: One Flesh by Nick Sweet
Brothers Owein and Selwyn live in a small Welsh mining village in the early 1980s. Owein falls in love with the beautiful Rhiannon, but doesn't realize she's only in it to get to his brother, whom she secretly adores. Heartbroken and furious, Owein takes matters to his own hands, changing the future of their family forever. Years later, Selwyn struggles at giving free rein to urges still [...]
 
Book: Academia - Through the Eyes of a Preacher by William James Carter I
Academia: Through the Eyes of a Preacher contains a number of research papers completed by Elder William James Carter. The works are presented in their raw, unedited form as submitted to Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary so that readers may learn from the writing errors. These essays presented with minor mistakes included should serve not only to aid in the improvement of student writing but [...]
 
Book: Close Before Striking by James Clayton Rogers
Hank Cheatham, a professor of American History at a state university, has begun to suspect he is losing his mind. He has frequent blackouts, and often regains consciousness at the airport, with no idea if he is coming or going. He has inexplicably given his daughters permission to do things that would have been inconceivable only a month earlier. He is convinced that the South won the battle of [...]
 
Book: Guy Ridley by Richard French
A Creative Bookseller Deals With Problems that Threaten his Sanity - Guy Ridley, in his late fifties, runs a second-hand bookstore near an urban university in the American Midwest. He understands academic procedures and might have been a scholar and teacher himself, but now he walks along a parallel road that no academic would take. Devoted to Cervantes' novel Don Quixote, he writes short stories [...]
 
Book: From Where I See by Ajay Yadav
There are 2 types of people in this world. First, who are sensitive to their own needs and own desires; their life revolves around 'me' only. Second, who are sensitive to the needs of others; their concern is 'we', we as a society, as a country, as a world and most importantly as humans. Unfortunately! I belong to the second category. Injustice, human exploitation, dishonesty and lawlessness had [...]
 
Book: One Shot by Nikki Ryan
Laci Walker thinks she's successfully put the past behind her until she finds herself face to face with the man who shattered her heart to smithereens four years ago. He had been drafted into the NHL after they had both graduated from college and yet, instead of sharing the accomplishment with her, he'd walked away, leaving her completely devastated. Now here they are, together again, in the [...]
 
Book: Letters From A Whoremonger's Wife by Danita Clark Able
Letters From A Whoremonger's Wife is a memoir, the story of a family. It is the story of an addiction to adultery; an addiction equal in destruction to drugs and alcohol. It is the story of a man who used his frustrations with life against his family, in the form of physical and emotional abuse; yet who, with deception and manipulation, successfully maintained an image of an ideal family man. It [...]
 
Book: The Soul Institute by Michael D. Smith
At Moolka Waxtor's farewell party in the English Department offices, Derrick Dexter recoils in dismay at their out of control lovemaking in a closet minutes earlier. How can he handle an affair with his flirty cousin? Should he try to escape the oppressive Soul Institute with her? How can he deal with his wife Jipo, TSI's ruthless administrator? But Moolka, now fully in love with Derrick, [...]
 
Book: Surveys by Richard French
Looking for Renewal, Two Artists Help a School Recover from Scandal - Daniel Morley, a painter in his 60's, and his wife Sonja, a photographer, leave their home in Europe to live on a university campus in a large Midwestern American city. This is the neighborhood where Daniel spent his childhood and left with his mother in his teens. He hasn't been back for many decades. The story follows several [...]
 
Book: Wild Horseback Ride by Walt Lamberg
This collection of short stories presents a variety of characters and experiences, often with a measure of humor. In "Wild Horseback Ride" a young boy, who loves to play cowboys and Indians, gets closer to a horse than he wants to be. In "Promise," a graduate student in English learns the full meaning of the word "promise." In "T for Texas, T for Tyrone, Too," a new teacher at a community college [...]
 
Book: Summer Session by Merry Jones
The first in a new series from the author of the 'Zoe Hayes' books - Harper Jennings is an Iraqi war veteran with PTSD. Now a teaching assistant at Cornell, her life is rosy until, carrying out repairs on their home, her husband Hank falls off the roof. The accident damages his brain and brings back terrible war memories for Harper. As Hank is treated at the prestigious Cayuga Neurological [...]
 
Book: Mathison by Leela Dutt
This story is told to a baby girl born at the beginning of the 21st century, and traces her ancestors for a hundred years. One of her great-grandfathers grew up in Kolkata in an ancient family home, another was a Jew who fled Nazi Germany. The narrator is a computer program which is being created in an artificial intelligence research unit at Cardiff University, where the baby's mother works in [...]
 
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