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Book: Inventors & Impostors - A Sordid History of Innovation and Imitation by Daniel Diehl & Mark P. Donnelly
What if everything you learned in school about the heroes of science, technology and invention was a lie? What if Tom Edison didn't invent the lightbulb? What if the Wright brothers weren't the first men to fly? What if Marconi didn't invent the radio, or Watt the steam engine, or Bell the telephone, or Henry ford the production line? What if Columbus didn't really discover America, or Darwin the [...]
 
Book: Dignity (To Be Sinclair) by Eva Caye
What will the greatest ruling family in the history of the galaxy be like? Lady Felicia Sorensen, a brilliant microengineering student, finds herself pressured to date Emperor Victor Sinclair, for he has fallen madly in love with her. Despite being showered with extravagant gowns and attention, she longs for a fascinating life as a scientist, instead of the stressful and dangerous destiny of an [...]
 
Book: MAJESTY (To Be Sinclair) by Eva Caye
The greatest scientific discovery leads to the deadliest weapon ever devised! Empress Felice Sinclair finds herself the focus of public debate and political squabbles, all while struggling to assimilate her Imperial duties. However, it takes real determination for her to find time to pursue a suggestive scientific mystery in her personal laboratory. And when her research leads her to develop the [...]
 
Book: Chasing Hindy - A Novel Invention by Darin Gibby
Addy's dream as a patent attorney is to help bring a ground breaking energy technology to the world. Addy's hopes soar when she is wooed by Quinn, an entrepreneur, to join his company that has purportedly invented a car that can run on water using an innovative catalyst. After resigning her partnership to join Quinn, Addy discovers things aren't as they seem. The patent office suppresses the [...]
 
Book: Dynasty (To Be Sinclair) by Eva Caye
Princes Stefan, Josef, and Evan Sinclair find themselves under the extreme stress of learning their mother's ultra-secret stargate science, for she gives little thought for their private lives. As they also struggle with their University educations, the personal pressures they suffer manifest in emotional problems. Will their paramours understand? Yet it all pales when their mother Empress Felice [...]
 
Book: Eaten Out by Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin - A Novel of Splintery Lesbian Erotica by Holly Cherrystem
As a successful lesbian talk-show host, Honey Fingersuck thought she had it all. Brains, beauty, and a bun in the oven, she was used to being the first in everything. But her world came crashing down when she came face to face with Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin. Soon, her life would be uprooted with intrigue, kidnapping, desire, and -- yes -- hot lesbian sex with one of the most historically [...]
 
Book: Riding The Mainspring - A Collection Of Steampunk Short Stories by Andrew Knighton
A steam-powered cowboy with a taste for death. A daring art heist in a moving city. A zeppelin flight through the smoke-filled skies of a Europe torn apart by volcanoes. This collection brings together nine stories of mechanical endeavour and daring do from worlds where pistons and clockwork are king. Each short story explores a different steampunk world or alternate history, from the Wild West [...]
 
Book: Educated for Leadership - An Unspoken Tool for Change by Morolayo Anne Owoputi
This is a great book that shows you how to learn and use your education to lead and create change. You don't know how truly educated or uneducated you are until you read this book and you are able to objectively assess your being schooled. It is a great resource for young minds to know what kind of knowledge to pursue and how to use these acquired knowledge to effect great changes in their lives, [...]
 
Book: Bringing a Product to Market from Your Home - With $500 and an Idea YOU CAN MAKE MILLIONS by Gary R Bronga
This book is based on my first-hand, been-there-done-that experiences. Many people have many great ideas. They just don't act on them. You can do it differently. This book is intended to streamline your own process of taking a product from an idea to reality. Potentially it will expedite the process of putting money into your pocket.
 
Book: The Confection Assignment by Karen D. Bradley
Mia Jakob takes on a security detail that some of her superiors felt was out of her league. They might be right, but not for the reason they think. The chemistry between her and the handsome client, Calvin, has Mia struggling to resist sweet temptation as she protects him and the invention wanted by several government agencies. The last forty-eight hours of her detail will be the most intense as [...]
 
Book: Through the Eyes of a Fly by Steve Briggs
How many of us are aware of the vast amount of CCTV cameras which are monitoring our every move 24 hours a day by the authorities? Sounds scary doesn't it? Especially when you think that even from space satellites are monitoring us. We can even use our own personal computers to zoom into our very back yards. Let us follow Colin and David on their quest as they use their invention to spy on the [...]
 
Book: The Second Half of the Cross by Barton Jahn
The second half of the cross of Christ is not just a New Testament concept. It runs throughout the Bible from beginning to end. The cross applied to our lives through a God-composed journey of faith is a divine creation that elevates the Christian life above horizontally conventional normalcy. The narrative stories of faith in the Bible rise above human literary invention, beyond the creative [...]
 
Book: Teleportal by Gordon Savage
TELEPORTALs provide instantaneous point to point transportation anywhere in the world, effectively eliminating all borders. There would be almost no need for cars, airplanes, or gasoline. Terrorists could have a field day. Smugglers could move contraband without concern. When an accident in the lab exposes the project prematurely, special interests, including the U. S. government, come after the [...]
 
Book: Esquelle and the Tesla Protocol - Book I by Joe Dacy
Two terrorist kidnappers are watching her. NSA agents are monitoring her every move. And no less than five national intelligence services are about to disrupt her quiet life. Her name is Esquelle Donnees, a beautiful French information technologist. She's about to be the victim of the Tesla Protocol, the secret tool of a shadowy cabal within the US government that will stop at nothing to suppress [...]
 
Book: The Sea Inside (Cerulean Songs) by Vickie Johnstone
A fantasy about fate versus free will. Can you bend time or will it break? Following a diving accident, 16-year-old Jayne finds herself in a parallel world beneath the sea, full of potential and peril. But is it real? When fate takes an unexpected twist, she must choose between her old life and a new one, but the journey to her heart's desire turns out to be more difficult than she suspects. [...]
 
Book: Resurrection - Revenge of Zeeka Book 5 by Brenda Mohammed
Resurrection: Revenge of Zeeka Book 5 is the grand finale in the mind-boggling five-book Science fiction series Revenge of Zeeka.The book can be read as a standalone.Someone resurrected and it is not Zeeka.Mandy's robot helper, Eve, encounters a stranger in the backyard?He claims to know Zeeka.They have a conversation.When he learns that Eve is a robot, he tells her his story.Eve promises to keep [...]
 
Book: NOVA SOL (A Brief History of Humankind) by Cameron McVey
8/24/13 Re-edited and reformatted for a cleaner, e-reading experience - Nova Sol: book one of the Brief History of Humankind Trilogy - Twenty years after the Planetary Rebellion, the Nova Sol colonists are still cut off from Earth. The mysterious teleportation mechanism that allowed humans to settle the new solar system was eradicated in the natural disasters caused by the rebellion. The [...]
 
Book: Dead Man's Journey by Phillip Cook
An invisible realm. A lethal invention. One man must solve an incredible mystery before the death toll rises... Aaron Fitzpatrick wasn't sure what to think when his father's body was found far away from his jogging route. The Australian soldier can't help but suspect foul play when he learns his dad's death wasn't the only local oddity. Dozens of Brisbane's homeless seemed to vanish from the [...]
 
Book: 2020 by R.D. Power
*** The year is 2020, and the United States is in the midst of a depression. Tessa Sharp, the heroine, and her father have invented a battery that just might be the key to lifting the country out of the economic tailspin that has left chaos in its wake. She learns quickly that not everyone welcomes the invention, when her father is killed and the battery prototype is stolen. The police, [...]
 
Book: Eye Spy series #1 by Tessa Buckley
A gripping mystery for confident readers. Perfect for fans of detective stories and anyone who enjoyed SMART by Kim Slater. Over the course of ten days, the lives of thirteen-year-old Alex Macintyre and his twin sister Donna will change forever. Alex and Donna live in the seaside town of Holcombe Bay with their father, a reclusive inventor, and their grandmother, a school dinner lady. When the [...]
 
Book: Eve by N.M. Lombardi
Michael Presby has a question that needs an answer: can artificial intelligence beget artificial intelligence? Can an android, released from the restraints that keep it docile and unimaginative, create something beyond the scope of human invention? Eve may be the answer. The Presby's android housekeeper is calm, kind, and devoted to the family in her charge. There's no one more trustworthy to [...]
 
Book: Master of the Seven Skies by Balázs Pataki
The Remarkable Adventures of Captain Montenegro Villain, Pirate, Murderer, Midget, and Master of the Winds and Clouds - In the dead of a Boston winter, as the world approaches its twentieth century, rich heiress Abigail Wigglesworth is mesmerized by her newest possession, the diminutive Captain Montenegro. Recently purchased from a traveling freak show, Montenegro regales her with astonishing [...]
 
Book: Veil by Aaron Overfield
Dr. Jin Tsay's revelation entices the military with a potential to uncover and disarm any covert threats. The government that funded the engineer's classified project orders Tsay's death, so they can solely and secretly possess his alluring technological consummation: VEIL Veil proves to be the purest, deepest form of espionage and anti-terrorism by endowing humankind with the ability to [...]
 
Book: Lady in Red: Eye Spy series #3 by Tessa Buckley
This is the third book in the Eye Spy series about Alex and Donna Macintyre and their detective service, Eye Spy Investigations. Alex is afraid of snakes, so when his sister Donna befriends Jake, an Australian boy with a pet snake called Queenie, he isn't happy. Jake is staying with the O'Connor family at Acacia Villa, once the home of Victorian artist, Gabriel Pascoe. When the artist's great [...]
 
Book: Airship Nation by Tom DeMarco
The world has gone dark. Nothing works. Cars and trucks and airplanes and guns and bombs are nothing more than paperweights. A mysterious disturbance propagated onto the earth's magnetic field has the effect of inhibiting all explosions. It has repealed most of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, leaving the world as it was in your great great grandparents' time. Remaining technology? The [...]
 
Book: The Milk Run by Michael Brachman
It was supposed to be easy! Aason Bierak is a not-so-ordinary 21-year-old man living in the 35th century. He and his 16-year-old sister Lupe take a quick trip to the home of Planet OMCOM, a computer the size of Earth, to upgrade a crucial piece of equipment. The trip was supposed to be easy, so easy Aason's father dubbed it a milk run. After Aason and Lupe complete the upgrade, Planet OMCOM [...]
 
Book: Humanity - The Alien Project An Ancient Astronaut Theory by Vincenzo J. Macrino
Since the advent of flight and the infancy of the space program, there have been numerous accounts of UFOs and alien beings. But what about ancient times? Did people observe mysterious objects in the skies prior to the invention of the airplane? Did they speak of mysterious, intelligent creatures from the stars? The answer is "Yes." Since the earliest days of human history, UFOs and their [...]
 
Book: Serendepia - Robert Knox's escape from Ceylon after 20 years by Mike Lord
STOP RIGHT HERE! History is not boring, but can be amusing and informative: Sri Lanka has a long and sometimes lurid history. In the early 19th Century a manuscript was found in a Monastery in Ceylon, called the Mahawansa, which detailed in pali a lot of the history of the Indian subcontinent from about 600 BC. Over centuries there were several invasions from the south of India, and several [...]
 
Book: Flapjack (The Case Files of Icarus Investigations Book 1) by Daniel Ganninger
The world may never be the same with these two detectives. It's time to meet the team at Icarus Investigations as they handle their first case. Murphy and Galveston realize there must be more to life than their mind-numbing cubical jobs. Over a barbeque lunch, Galveston attempts to convince his friend to join him in a daring new career as a private investigator. With nothing to lose, Murphy [...]
 
Book: Low Level Laser Therapy For Physical Therapists - Skills Development by Malini Chaudhri
This book has been listed in the Laser Annals of 2016. This is the Second edition of a popular practical book onLow Level Laser Therapy dedicated to a technical skills development frameworkfor all practitioners of medicine, sports, spas and cam. It releases newaspects of photo medicine in its support to gene therapy, lymphatics, sportsand systemic diseases. It shows a segment of invention [...]
 


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