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Book: From China with Love by Karl Boyd
If China is to survive, it must have more land for its millions of citizens. The Chairman tasks his ministers to formulate a ten-year plan to conquer all of Mexico, the U. S. A., and Canada, thereby turning the territory into "New China" while avoiding a horrific third world war. Within twelve months, the strategy is finalized and the multi-pronged invasion of North America begins quietly. The [...]
 
Book: Nero's Fiddle by Pen
Every day millions of people use their cars, cell phones, and computers. They commute to work by bus or train. Hospitals run efficiently. Food is delivered round the clock. Imagine all of that . . . gone. Jun 23, 2017: The United States is crippled by an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack, leaving every citizen in the dark, helpless and alone. It will happen again. Every thirty days another [...]
 
Book: Call Waiting by Clancy M Dixon
Years ago, Thomas Edison invented the psycho phone a crude device he believed was capable of reaching dead people; but now, Heather Ross has his old phone number and the dead are calling her non-stop. Heather wants to get rid of the phone but learns they can still reach her through email, television, and billboards. Heather is not adverse to talking to lost souls, but will they save her life, or [...]
 
Book: High School Substitute Teacher's Guide - YOU CAN DO THIS! by Cherise Kelley
School districts can award emergency teaching credentials for substitute teachers. Their need is almost always dire enough that they will. This book explains not only how to get a high-school substitute teaching job, but also how to do the job so well that it will be rewarding in and of itself. Being an excellent substitute can also open the door to a regular full-time teaching position, if [...]
 
Book: Red High Heels by Adam Mann
This is not a humorous book, but a joke started a whole train of events: A research scientist books into a hotel before attending a conference on stem cell research, and whilst at the conference the hotel accidently allow a young lady with a very similar name to move into his room. They find themselves facing one another wearing only bath towels wrapped around them! When they decide to have [...]
 
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: Masters of life and universe - A concept about instant self-replicating towns and cell (micro)robots. by Pawel Kozycz
Superfast cloning self-replicating technology for urban, cosmological, medical purposes as salvage or hecatomb for an entire civilization, Earth, space. Explosion speed of two-way( for macro and micro versions) development of cell robotic mega towns for shaping our life and the whole environment - the universe in harmony with natural technology(like a cell or big bang!) path of development. Pawel [...]
 
Book: Life Blood by Daniel DuBour
Life Blood is about our Red Blood Cells in our bodies; where the are formed in our bodies and what are there function. The book takes the Red Blood Cell from it's conception through its travels in our bodies and the work it does for our well being. An educational tool for those who do not know the function of their blood and how vital our blood is for survival. Also hint on keeping a health body.
 
Book: Bioethics Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Cutting Edge Issues in Bioethics Straightforward Talk about Controversial Issues In Bioethics Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the rapidly developing discipline of bioethics. Drawing on his years of teaching and research in bioethics, Erlandson takes readers step by step through the major issues in bioethics, as he [...]
 
Book: Cellular Biology - Organelles, Structure, Function by April Chloe Terrazas
Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure and Function covers the basics of biology on a cellular level, specialized in text for emergent readers. This book includes "sound it out" sections containing phonics for the names of the organelles inside the cell. Young readers will learn what each organelle looks like and how it functions in the cell. Questions are posed throughout as a form of review so [...]
 
Book: FOR EVERY ACTION There Are Consequences (Pepper Bibeau Mystery Book 1) by Gail M Baugniet
Everyone calls me Pepper. My full name is Kai-Ena Lehua Bibeau. Mom chose a baptismal name that reflected her Hawaiian ancestry. Uncle Fred picked the confirmation name for his own reasons. My dad, known for his easy wit, came up with the nickname. He died shortly after I turned four. That's when Mom moved the two of us across the Pacific to Wisconsin and I met Rick. At fifteen, I gave birth to a [...]
 
Book: A Season of Pebbles (Altered Hearts Book 2) by Roger E. Bruner
When eighteen-year-old Kim Hartlinger trips on some pebbles at the San Diego airport, her new friend Aleesha cautions her that Christians are susceptible to a "Season of Pebbles," a series of problems they can't just skate across victoriously without God's help. Kim doesn't take Aleesha's words seriously. Now that the mission trip to Santa Maria is over, she's sure God will allow her to lead a [...]
 
Book: Vitamins, Minerals, & More! - Food Groups, Functions of the Body, and Deficiencies (Symptoms) by Michelle J. Bever
It is always better to walk in knowledge than blindly without knowing why. I am one who wants to know why, what, and where. This book explains the reason why you need and should eat the foods for each Vitamin, Mineral, and more. It explains for each Vitamin, Minerals, Trace Element, Cell Salt, and more the foods that go with each and what function in the body that they help with. Deficiencies are [...]
 
Book: The Toilet Is Over-Flowing & The Dog Is Wearing My Underwear by Debbie Roppolo
In the BC (before children) years, award-winning humor author Debbie Roppolo believed parenting would be a breeze. Had she known motherhood entailed fishing cell phones from toilets and pulling cocoa puffs out of noses, she might have become a nun. Armed with a sharp wit, her stories, and the realization that parenting is sometimes a contact sport, Roppolo enlightens the reader with the knowledge [...]
 
Book: 'SUP - Praising "Nasty" Teenagers by maw.n
What do teenagers in the United States have in common with teenagers in Great Britain, Canada, Mexico, and other countries around the world. 'SUP does Real Talk about the world's future leaders by contradicting the exaggerated fear that adults have of irresponsible, self-loving adolescents who take "Me" photographs all day over their pricey phones.
 
Book: SANDMAN by Morgan Hannah MacDonald
BEWARE THE SANDMAN-HE'LL PUT YOU TO SLEEP. . .FOREVER - He collects women. Imprisons them. Plays with them. Tortures them. He gathers souvenirs. His trophies are many. DON'T ANSWER THE PHONE - Meagan McInnis is being psychologically tormented. The image of a pair of eyes staring back from a darkened abyss haunts her. Her dog barks incessantly, but no one's there. The phone startles her awake, but [...]
 
Book: Planar Wars - Apertures (Book 1) by Edmund A. M. Batara
A disastrous top-secret military experiment. An amateurish foray into the boundaries of cutting-edge physics and dimensional rifts. Fantasy is now the new reality. Myths and legends walk among us. To this world's ruin and damnation. Will humanity survive when Earth's mythologies collide? Series Prologue - Diary Entry - December 2019 - Hello. I am Eric Weber. I am 26 years old. I am with my [...]
 
Book: Hillbilly Tales from the Smoky Mountains - And Other Homespun Remedies, Proverbs, and Poetry by Patricia Leigh Graham
Hillbilly Tales from the Smoky Mountains includes several short stories based on the folklore of the Appalachian Mountains. Before the time of cell-phones, computers and television, family members would gather on the front porch and offer up stories through simple oral traditions. These stories were to provide simple forms of entertainment to their children. With each generation, the stories [...]
 
Book: The Unwritten Timetable by Stonejenson
There once was an age, a long time ago - before everyone had a PC and access to the internet, before everyone had mobile phones... OK, it was the early 90's, and when shit happened - you had to deal with it the best you could. When a young man is helped by an old guy (with problems of his own), to find his way back to normality after being beaten up - fate takes them both on a perilous journey, [...]
 
Book: Half a Dozen Star Jumps by Helen J. Beal
A woodpecker who creates sculptures for the opera singer he adores, a sculpture that collects the thoughts of the people who touch him, ghosts of owls that portent death in the castle, a secret night-time visitor finding his own way to say goodbye, mobile phones that metamorphosize into fruit on the strike of midnight and help stitch a marriage back together and the last survivors on earth - on [...]
 
Book: Nutrition Made Simple - Vitamins, Minerals, and More! by Michelle J. Bever
This book was written for people wanting to get simple answers about Vitamins,Minerals,Trace Elements,Cell Salts, Proteins, and Carbohydrates. You'll see what foods go with what Vitamin and how your body reacts if it doesn't have enough. How your body reacts are sometimes symptoms of being deficient.
 
Book: A Conflict of Time by June Summers
Life throws curve balls at you sometimes. Just ask Tank Telek, a twenty-two-year-old loser, whose entire life changed in an instant. Disoriented and injured from an early morning accident where his truck was totaled, Tank was cleaning his wounds in the restroom of a local bar when he hears gunshots fired. Opening the bathroom door a crack, he sees two men shoot and kill everyone in the bar. After [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Behind Bars (Book Three 3) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
Roses are red. Violets are blue. If you shoot too much HEROIN, You'll soon be blue too... I can't stop using heroin. I spent nine months in the hole all by myself and I still want to use. What's wrong with me? I need to get high. I overdosed in another inmate's cell - blue - and was left alone to die in prison. I don't know why, but heroin is the only thing that I want.
 
Book: Ben's Day by Mark C. Collins
My children's picture book, "Ben's Day" is simply a fun glance at the imaginative activities of a young boy on his first day of summer, set to rhyme. Ben's an only-child, and never encounters other kids in his adventures - instead he takes on the day accompanied only by his dog pal, Fred. The action is linear, fast-paced, and the activities are for the most part non-segued. Ben's willing [...]
 
Book: STRANDED (DARKNESS FROM WITHIN Book 1) by Kitty Margo
No cell phone signal, a dead car battery, and a failed GPS system have left Cate Cooper stranded in the middle of nowhere. Forced to make her way through a maze of cornfields, she happens upon a rundown cabin by the river. At first glance, the occupant of the cabin appears to be the stuff that female dreams are made of ... until disturbing revelations come to light. Before the night is over, Cate [...]
 
Book: Meet the Golden State Killer - An Alternative Interrogation by George Thomas Clark
What would Joe DeAngelo reveal if he were aggressively interrogated? Would he admit to a dozen murders and more than forty-five rapes, most of which are solidly linked to him by DNA? Author George Thomas Clark places a fictional seeker of justice in DeAngelo's Sacramento jail cell and uses the latest factual information to confront the man who in the 1970s and 1980s became known as the East Area [...]
 
Book: Aging is Preventable by Walter Parks
The unraveling of our genes by the Human Genome Project and follow on findings clearly showed the causes aging and gave us clues of how to prevent aging. We know that there are two principal causes of aging: the shortening of the telomere genes at the ends of our chromosomes each time a cell divides to replace itself and the decrease in hormone levels as we age. A series of tests have proved that [...]
 
Book: The Problem Children by Barb McIntyre
The Problem Children looks at the lives of three siblings, the mysteries that bind them together and ultimately tear them apart. The bulk of the book examines the course that has brought each of these children to their current situations. Excerpt - My name is Sam - only my ex-husband called me Samantha - and I'm lying here in a jail cell. Everyone, even the judge, acknowledged that nothing could [...]
 
Book: Intricate Deceptions by Jennifer Rayes
Waking up in a desolate cell, Gaia realizes she has been kidnapped by a human trafficking organization, doomed to be sold to the highest bidder and unable to remember anything before her capture. An opportune rescue by Raoul, the Prince of Kayamato, saves her from a gruesome future, and throws her into a world of luxury and privilege. As she struggles to regain her memory, Gaia learns that her [...]
 
Book: Friday in France - A humorous memoir about leaving it all behind. by Judy Block
Friday in France, is a laugh-out-loud, 5-STAR, true, fish out of water story about a successful, New York TV Production Executive that leaves the rat-race and insanity of her life behind to go live on a calm and quiet, French Island in the Atlantic with her surfer-boyfriend. If you ever dream of leaving your life behind, this is the book for you. This charming account of turning one's life [...]
 


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