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Book: 'As Far as I Can Remember' - A Bouquet Garni of Memoirs, 'Off the Wall' Short Stories, Quirky Verse and, For Good Measure, Two Endings! by Terry Ward
Set in a world that has now disappeared and written with great good humour, As Far as I Can Remember, provides a frank and honest account of the real-life adventures, mishaps and close encounters experienced by a boy as he grows into manhood. Complete with some bizarre short stories, extracts from the author's novels and some pertinent verse, there is much to enjoy, and indeed, ponder about in [...]
 
Book: 50 Tips for First Class Customer Service (Spearmint Tips Booklets Book 3) by Beverley Williams
50 Tips for First Class Customer Service We are all infuriated by indifferent service: processes which seem to have been specifically designed to annoy us and organisations that don't get back to you when they said they would. This is a very direct, straight to the point tips booklet and will probably raise some eyebrows when it tells people what is and is not rude, good. If these tips get you [...]
 
Book: Room Service (Novella) by Vanessa Stark
Natasha Raven has a secret. Although she is the bestselling author of erotic fiction, she has never penned a sex scene. Her sister, Liza, was responsible for the sizzle in Natasha's books - until she passed away only months ago. Now Natasha must write the scenes herself. Trouble is, she hasn't a clue what to write and being a virgin doesn't help. When she is invited to speak at a conference [...]
 
Book: The Story of the U.S. Secret Service by Jack L. Roberts
In March 1980, U.S. Secret Service Agent Tim McCarthy did something no one else has ever done. He took a bullet for the president. The president was Ronald Reagan. Agent McCarthy jumped in front of President Reagan as a young gunman fired six shots in an attempt to kill the president. Due to his heroic action, Agent McCarthy saved President Reagan's life. But this unsung hero never thought that [...]
 
Book: The Crisis of Authority - Workforce Tensions by Myrah Tshabalala
The public service in South Africa faces an enormous challenge in improving service delivery not only to meet the citizens' expectations but to ensure quality life for the nation. The urgent need exists to establish what went wrong and how can the situation be turned around. The book established the root causes and the link between two key challenges identified by the government; management [...]
 
Book: How to Complain - ...and get what you deserve by Deb Graham
Face It-- We Are A Nation Of Complainers. We complain when our team loses, when the TV program's dull, when the weather turns on us. We grumble about bad politicians and stupid laws and shoes that pinch. The average American complains an average of twenty times a day! You need to know how to complain effectively, to make your voice heard. A smart consumer will save money, time, and aggravation. [...]
 
Book: Clueless Gringos in Paradise - adventures with my husband, his PTSD, and two giant service dogs by Pamela Foster
Mel Brooks claims that "Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die." Author Pamela Foster and her Vietnam Veteran husband, Jack, sell everything they own, pick up the leashes of two 150-pound service dogs, and emigrate to the "tropical paradise" they expect to find in Panama. Jack is a former Marine with raging PTSD, and the service dogs are mastiffs who [...]
 
Book: From Shelter To Service Dog - A Practical Guide To Behavioral Rehabilitation by Rick and Heather Dillender
From Shelter To Service Dog is a practical guide for creating a calm, stable state of mind in your dog that allows access to rehabilitation and advanced training. The information presented here is the culmination of years of experience working with hundreds of families for various issues. This method is also the foundation of our Service Dog training programs for a wide range of disabilities, [...]
 
Book: Military Life - Service or Career (A Soldier's Perspective) by John R. McClarren
A book for young people interested in the military as a service or career, and for older readers who have had military service and would like a good read to reminisce the old times and their own experiences. It is informative, exciting, sad and very humorous all in one volume. It is full of stories that are entertaining, as well as educational and emotional.
 
Book: Mrs. Lieutenant - A Sharon Gold Novel by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
This 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semifinalist is a story of unexpected women's friendship. "Miller captures the freshness and naivete of those women, all transplanted to an environment that forced them to deal with new challenges."--Dr. Cathy Goodwin, Top 500 Amazon Reviewer - "I loved MRS. LIEUTENANT. Reading it brought back for me, a military wife, memories of the Vietnam War era, when [...]
 
Book: The Army In The Valley by Valton E. Brown
The Army The Valley was written for those who consider themselves to be part of a rising New Generation of believer, who want to know why they do not fit into traditional structures or frameworks. With a focusing purely on biblical principles and moving away from any particular denominational teaching this book serves as a sign post to direct the seeking person to their place of destiny. This [...]
 
Book: One Helluva Soldier by Phil Kline
One Helluva Soldier is the story of 21 year-old George Martin, graduate of Officers Candidate School Class of 9-A. In spite of being known as one helluva soldier to those who served with him, he was subjected to harassment from two other officers who pegged him as homosexual. This continued throughout his service as forward observer, and into a POW camp. One of the most dynamic stories told in [...]
 
Book: Second Daughter by Tess Thompson
JW Kelley's life has spiraled out of control After a devastating incident while he was a Secret Service agent protecting Vice President Curtis's family, JW's dreams and his spirit were shattered, and he returns to his hometown, a changed and damaged man. When Katie Curtis was five years old, her father died of a gunshot wound. The police ruled his death a suicide, but Katie knew that was wrong. [...]
 
Book: The Angel Corps - The Necessity of Putting Others First by Andy Boerger
"This is a self-help book about helping others" The Angel Corps shows how simple acts of service to others can map out our path to true happiness. Boerger's personal experiences, which range from picking up worms from broiling concrete paths, to the rescue of a woman from a horrific wildfire - and the lessons he draws from them - help provide answers to the most important quests that we all face: [...]
 
Book: Facets by Eric J. Gates
Six short stories of deceit and betrayal. From the savannah of Africa to the grey corridors of the UK's Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), the lives of diamond smugglers and intelligence agents clash as personal agendas come to the fore. There are those who will stop at nothing to get what they want, who will sell out anyone, anywhere, at any time. Then there are the innocents...
 
Book: A Turnkey Or Not by Tony Levy
This is my first book, it's an autobiography of my twenty -five year career serving in Her Majesty's Prison Service. A wart and all revelation of what really goes on behind the closed door of the UK's penal establishments. The book charts my early career from 4 July 1993 until my subsequent disillusionment with the service and my eventual early retirement. The book is filled with amusing [...]
 
Book: FEALTY (To Be Sinclair) by Eva Caye
Prince Phillip Sinclair is what you would call a 'properly' paranoid Imperial scion, mistrustful of everyone but his family. He finally discovers a true friend in Lord Alex, and together they start a Fight Club of trustworthy Royal men. Just how much they trust their Fight Brothers is evident when they inevitably begin dating each other's lady relatives! Yet not all goes well in the love lives of [...]
 
Book: Between Cancer and Capricorn by Terry Ward
Doffing my rather battered hat to LP Hartley, I can confirm that the past is indeed a different country and things are done differently there. Delve into my post Second World War novel, 'Between Cancer and Capricorn' and you will discover just how different. For example, there is a remarkable absence of political correctness and 'ealth and safety. Sex is as popular as ever, but only acceptable on [...]
 
Book: Trilogy by John Lock
The first three novels in the acclaimed Kane Rhodes/Brian Jones espionage/thriller series under one cover. The two British MI6 agents travel across the world, in their fight against terrorism. Kane Rhodes is a rugged ex SAS officer and is now one of the agency's top field agents. Brian Jones is also ex SAS and his Welsh humour lightens tense situations without detracting from the job in hand. The [...]
 
Book: Service Before Self by Tegon Maus
A recent transplant to Southern California, Toby Grant has landed his dream job. He's a service tech for Handy Dandy Services the premier handyman service in the southland. Things don't go well for Toby on the first day when he is teamed up with Ryan Burnell, a twenty year veteran of Handy Dandy. Toby quickly learns the hardships of being Ryan's partner, and finds himself in one uncomfortable [...]
 
Book: The Queen of Washington by Francis Hamit
Alternative history about Rose Greenhow and her activities as a spy before and during the American Civil War. She was the Confederate spy who gave the South the information it needed to win at the first Battle of Bull's run, but had she been a spy all along, working for the French and British in their efforts to undermine American Manifest Destiny and split the nation into two or more new [...]
 
Book: The Curse of God's Treasure by Jay Glikman & Einat Tubi
"...May the wrath of God bring death and destruction upon you, your household, your men and anyone who had, or shall ever have, a hand in this sacrilege..." proclaimed the last high priest of the Second Holy Temple of Jerusalem on the evening of Passover 70 AD, as he vehemently cursed Elazar Ben Yair for robbing the Temple of 300 tons of gold and silver, as well as sacred artifacts. Three years [...]
 
Book: Unplugged From The Norm by Anne Spring
Raised during the hippie era, Anne Spring had an inborn desire to be free to experience life and the wonders of what she perceived to be God's creation as she saw fit, free from the shackles of a 9 to 5 job just to survive. She saw Jesus for what He was: a long-haired hippie in sandals who rebelled against the system of His day while loving the outcasts and the sinners. But was it possible in [...]
 
Book: Full Disclosure by Eric J. Gates
For over seventy years they kept a secret. The biggest secret in the history of Mankind. Now a dying town finds itself on the front lines of a covert war, when the President makes a Full Disclosure. A nail-biting thriller that asks the question: Should the public be told? Some reader reviews for Full Disclosure: "A fast, frenetic thriller... all the makings of a great page-turner." "Very edge of [...]
 
Book: Uncomplicate Business - All It Takes Is People, Time, and Money by Howard Farran
A bold, useful, uncomplicated guide to mastering the three keys of business success In this practical book, Dr. Howard Farran shows that running a business isn't all that complicated--if, you're focusing on the right three areas: -People: maximizing the potential of employees, customers, and yourself. -Time: mastering the efficiency that helps a business turn the biggest profit possible. -Money: [...]
 
Book: No Tears Tomorrow by Tony Nash
From Norfolk to Normandy - a family goes to war. The 16-year old twins, David and Emma, in the carefree world of the mid-30s, joke about becoming spies. To Commander Gregory, head of what will become the SOE, espionage is no joke, and he already has his eye on them. Despite strong opposition from their father, they and their younger brother, James, and their Belgian friend, Nicole, become major [...]
 
Book: Keeping Secrets (Children of the Light Book 1) by Donna Hechler Porter
A woman with a past, a man determined to uncover the truth, and a secret that could tear them apart forever. A Grieving Husband: Amon Cayle needs a seamstress. He has spent the last year rebuilding his life after the tragic death of his wife in a kitchen fire, the same fire that nearly took the life of his eldest son as well. The business of grieving their loss, as well as the work of his tobacco [...]
 
Book: KINGS by James Clayton Rogers
In this youthful production, the author grandly takes the reader on a broad tour of the American Civil War. On a canvas that encompasses the Western and Eastern theaters, as well as London and Mexico, characters as diverse as Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, Allan Pinkerton, Ulysses S. Grant, Lafayette C. Baker, Benjamin Disraeli and many others interact with my main fictional characters. Among [...]
 
Book: A Time for Warriors by John T Kirkpatrick
What if fate has left you as the chief magician in a land of faded magic, a land besieged by invaders? You feel it is your duty to help -- you want to help -- but your king, a practical old soldier barely hears you. So you strike out on your own to open a portal between worlds and import a band of warriors whose skill and tactics you know can help turn this war around. Is it your fault if the [...]
 
Book: The Misplaced Dog (Hannah & Tamar Mystery Series Book 3) by Christa Nardi & Cassidy Salem
A gorgeous addition places Playful Paws and its staff at the center of a mystery. It's love at first sight when Tamar meets Rusty - the newest resident at the local shelter where she volunteers. However, the arrival of the well-trained and affectionate dog coincides with the onset of suspicious and dangerous incidents involving the shelter and its staff. Is it a coincidence or is the dog the key [...]
 
Book: Fight For Me (The Everetts of Tyler) by Hayden Braeburn
Cassidy Everett planned on nursing her brother's protector back to health and moving on, but when an old foe resurfaces, her plans change. Quickly. Dylan Black may have been shot saving Mason Everett's life, but that doesn't mean he can't protect his own--and Cassidy is his whether or not she wants to admit it. His injuries don't matter; all that matters is keeping his Cassie safe. When the [...]
 
Book: The Warriors - The Girl I Left Behind Me by Robert Cubitt
Danger, deception and warfare, three and a half thousand miles from home. The Warriors: The Girl I Left Behind Me, tells of the adventures of a soldier and his wife, and a terrorist and his girlfriend. Lofty is a soldier in the British Army, posted to Afghanistan for a tour of duty. Youssef is a British born Muslim whose parents are killed in an accident of war and who joins the Taliban seeking [...]
 
Book: The Alberta Connection, a Ryce Dalton novel by R. Clint Peters
After watching 'To Hell and Back', the Audie Murphy Story, for the fifth time when he was eight years old, Ryce Dalton decided he wanted to join the Army. However, when he was fourteen, his goal was to become an Army Ranger. With only sixteen years as an Army Ranger, Ryce has retired. Injured in an off-course, low-level practice jump that slammed him into a granite cliff, Ryce has concluded that [...]
 
Book: American Veterans - Working In the Value Zone - Americans Thank You For Your Service by Dr. Ron Wood Sr.
This newly revised book about the Value Zone will provide an analysis of a consortium of for profit and not for profit organizations that are establishing strategies to help U.S. Veterans that are currently faced with a number of major problems: high unemployment; lack of housing; homelessness; lack of good healthcare; high suicide rates; inadequate care for families; and more. This newly revised [...]
 
Book: Yolanda The Enchantress by Liberty Dendron / L. A. Johnson Jr.
"Yolanda The Enchantress" Is about the settling of the African wilderness in its simplest form; it's also a love story, one man trying to decide between two women, a willful young girl who was Zulu and a beautiful widow, settling the Congo with her brothers. Dominique de Salvo is a soldier in the Portuguese army is forced to capture a young African girl. Yolanda had lived with her Zulu relative [...]
 


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