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Book: MASTERING THE ART OF FREE THROW SHOOTING by Adam Filippi
Mastering the Art of Free Throw Shooting by Adam Filippi Foreword by Hall of Fame Coach Hubie Brown After the success of SHOOT LIKE THE PROS: The Road to a Successful Shooting Technique, described as "the best book on shooting that I have ever read" by Phil Jackson, Charlotte Hornets Director of Global Scouting Adam Filippi presents his new book: Mastering the Art of Free Throw Shooting. This is [...]
 
Book: The Freedom Club by Cindy Vine
'The thing with being invisible, is that people forget that you are there and they say confidential things you are not supposed to know. It's a bit like being painted with body paint so that you blend into the surroundings and become one with the background. If you are quiet you cease to exist.' When Maddie was ten years old her teacher told her class to keep a Thought Journal to record their [...]
 
Book: Troubleshooter by Alex Ames
All he wanted was a regular job... Paul Trouble may not hold the most exciting job in the world as a pencil pusher and finance controller in Strom Industries' Mergers and Acquisition department. But for the former elite soldier and CIA spy, still mentally recovering from the injury that forced him out of the spy-game, this is his shot at a normal life in a normal job with normal problems like [...]
 
Book: Full Circle by Vera Alexander
Bandile is part of a loving extended family consisting of Mom and Dad, Uncle Lunga and Aunt Patience. The small family have worked hard to enable them to move from a dusty hut in a township to a modest home in a quiet suburb near Durban. He is just like any other boy. He loves TV, Soccer, Music and Dancing. To make the time pass during his chores he dreams of success as an entertainer. He has [...]
 
Book: Im Auge der Öffentlichkeit - Eine Kurzgeschichte (Red Shorts Series 2) [German Edition] by Karen Jung
'Im Auge der Offentlichkeit' is the German translation of the short story 'Public Criminal', which was published in May 2014. The story is about a crime that was committed in the midst of bystanders, journalists and the police. The terrible consequence of this crime is the death of a young girl and the guilt that has tormented David Freeman ever since. An encounter on the anniversary of the [...]
 
Book: Nuclear Surprise by Rob Carnell
In this action thriller Kamal Pashwari, a billionaire from the Middle East decides the United States needs to be taught a lesson for his sons death in a military encounter. He finds an ingenious way to steal and smuggle an old Russian suitcase nuclear weapon into the U.S. with an unknown target. Russia is terrified it will be blamed, and sends their top agent Natasha Karpov to team up with Matt [...]
 
Book: The Horse That Haunts Dreams by Anna M. Larson
The tale of a young lady and her beloved horse following twenty-three years of the horse's life and eventual death. If you have a horse, then you know how other horse people are. They are always asking questions like: "How did you get your horse?", or "Why is your horse named that?", or "What was your first horse like?" That is what this book is about. What my first horse was like, how I got my [...]
 
Book: Breaking Barriers (Love Is Book 8) by Gail Pallotta
Gunshots ring out as Ann Jones enters the church. She hides in the bathroom until they stop, then stumbles into the sanctuary. The congregation lies dead in pools of blood. To rebuild the church, she starts True Light Guardians. At the first meeting, she's attacked by a terrorist, but rescued by James Crawford. He melts her heart, cold from her father's abuse, and they fall for each other. She's [...]
 
Book: The Boy with the 40 Year Old Brain by Ken Coleman
If you could live your life over from the age of seven with all the knowledge and experience gained over 40 years. If you were given the chance to rectify all your mistakes and experience new romances and sexual conquests. Would you take the opportunity? This is the story of a man who finds himself occupying the body of a child. He falls in love with his unsuspecting mother who is the most [...]
 
Book: Our Orbit by Anesa Miller
Nine-year-old Miriam Winslow never wore new clothes, never had a haircut, and believes that sinners must repent with dramatic displays of remorse, or harm will come to their loved ones. Now thrust into foster care, Miriam must adapt to a secular lifestyle while struggling to keep in touch with her past. Foster parents Rick and Deanne Fletcher quickly come to love their "new little girl." Soon [...]
 
Book: Forensic Foraging - Photography to Unlock the Unseen by William C. Crawford
Forensic Foraging is a shooting approach that can add some much-needed, creative options to modern digital photography. This volume suggests basic, minimalist techniques that help to unlock the unseen in our everyday, visual world. The throwback principles showcased here serve as signposts for the digital shooter who is trying to step back a bit from today's techno-driven, computer enhanced [...]
 
Book: Drive-By Shooting - Crawdaddy Shoots North Carolina by Car by William C. Crawford
Some of America's greatest photographers roamed the country by automobile. They forever changed the context of artistic imagery. They eventually replaced traditional monochrome with color, and they shot the unnoticed aspects of the backside of our nation. Stephen Shore, Bill Eggleston, and Lee Friedlander were well known, working members of the New York school of photography. William C. Crawford [...]
 
Book: The Man I Love (The Fish Tales Book 1) by Suanne Laqueur
A watershed moment exists in every man's life the moment he stops being his mother's son and starts being his lover's man. When he transitions from protected to protector. Erik "Fish" Fiskare is only a college junior when a gunman walks into the campus theater, intent on stopping the show. From the lighting booth, Fish sees his girlfriend, Marguerite "Daisy" Bianco, get caught in the line of [...]
 
Book: A Message in the Roses by Sandy Semerad
On a snowy day in Atlanta, Carrie Sue Justice revisits the past as a young and passionate newspaper reporter, covering a shooting death in her community: It's 1986. Her life is a mess. She catches her husband with another woman inside the antebellum home she inherited from her parents. Then she falls in love with an unavailable man plagued with guilt. The man is none other than the irresistible [...]
 
Book: Paul O'Leary - trouble on the farm by Michael Mardel
Meet up with Paul as he has two moves, from the city to a farm. Join him in his one room school and his extra chores on the farm, mowing lots of grass and training his dog, Lassie, not to chase the sheep. He has a few dream adventures, including being a fireman as a real bushfire approaches. Will he be able to cope with the blaze? It's a great big place where Paul ends up with his dog and his [...]
 
Book: Cheyenne Dawn (Rachael's story) (The revenge sequels) by Ken Coleman
When the daughters of Rachael Wheeldon are abducted by Cheyenne Indians, she is tricked into following on foot by the leader of the kidnappers only to be left alone and defenceless in the wilderness. After reaching the point of no return, she is left with no option than to doggedly, push ahead across the vast plains and try to locate her children. After days with little water and no food, she [...]
 
Book: Stop and Think About Guns in Your Life-Childhood by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This is a unique form of memoir which focuses exclusively on specific events during a lifetime that exposed the writer to various types of firearms and weapons in a whole gamut of situations that took place in many different parts of the world. The author, draws almost exclusively on his own experiences. He is neither a gun collector nor gun enthusiast, and has never served in any military or [...]
 
Book: Mahoney and Me (Mahoney and Me Mystery Series) by Mary Lee Tiernan
Cedar Falls is turned upside down by a bank robbery, kidnapping, and shooting of a police officer. While Mahoney investigates those crimes, the narrator has to contend with a wicked love triangle involving Bethany, a woman so fixated on Mahoney that she believed they were a couple, and the boyfriend fixated on her who goes after Mahoney, hoping to get him out of Bethany's life. Will the blatant [...]
 
Book: Justice for Joshua by Richard L. Wren
Josh and his ranger partner are just relaxing from another day patrolling the roads of Yosemite when he receives an emergency phone call from the Oakland Police department. He learns that his wife and daughter were shot in a senseless drive by shooting next to the Oakland train station and his wife might die. Enraged by the senselessness of the shooting and the failure of the police department to [...]
 
Book: SENIOR DATING FOR MEN (DATING ADVICE FOR SENIOR MEN Book 1) by David James Walker
FOR EVERY 1000 WOMEN OVER 50 YOU MIGHT WANT 1 !!! HOW DO YOU FILTER THROUGH THE 999 TO FIND THE 1 ? MOST DON'T AGE WELL AND MOST ARE "DAMAGED GOODS." IT'S NOTHING AT ALL LIKE BACK IN COLLEGE OR EVEN IN YOUR 30'S - In this straight forward "shooting from the hip" book you'll get street wisdom not covered anywhere else. Learn which personality types to avoid and which to seek out. Learn a few [...]
 
Book: SENIOR DATING FOR WOMEN (DATING ADVICE FOR SENIOR WOMEN Book 1) by David James Walker
MEN ARE DIFFERENT AFTER 50 - WITHOUT A STREETWISE "BLUEPRINT" YOU'RE TAKING A BIG RISK - HAVING THIS BOOK IN THE DATING WORLD IS LIKE HAVING INSIDE INFORMATION IN THE INVESTMENT WORLD - Learn how to be attractive to the over 50 male, and things you might want to hone and tweak about yourself before you begin your journey. This simple straight forward, "shooting from the hip" book is packed with [...]
 
Book: The Bricklayer by Rene Natan
Underneath the usual activities of a successful construction company, The Werkstein, lurk fraud, deception and murder. This all starts when Frederick Elliot Dalton, the owner of The Werkstein hires Moira Johnson, a female engineer in his otherwise all-male company. Fred knows that her presence can create problems, but he never expects it to trigger a chain of seemingly accidental deaths. Slowly, [...]
 
Book: Black and White and Red all Over - a Summer McCloud paranormal mystery (Book 3) by Nikki Broadwell
A terrible school shooting has the entire sleepy town of Ames in an uproar. Who would do such a thing, and why can't the witnesses remember any details about the shooter? When Summer has a visit from a ghost she's left wondering...could someone long dead actually heft an assault rifle? Along with the furor over the murders, Summer is falling for Jerry again, despite his obvious deranged state of [...]
 
Book: Run Straight Down by Steve Liskow
On Monday, principal Peter Galvin welcomes the committee that will evaluate Ribicoff High School for accreditation--just as someone guns down a student outside the main entrance. On Tuesday, homicide cop Abigail Teague tells him she fears that the shooting will incite a gang war. On Wednesday, student teacher Kim Dombrowik finds drugs in a student's locker, and there's a riot in the school [...]
 
Book: Dirty Side of the Storm by David Sayre
August, 1992. Miami is devastated by Hurricane Andrew and amidst the rubble of a city trying to recover, private investigator Delmon Sheen is searching for a missing young man, Eladio Calderon. Was he lost in the storm or are there other, more sinister reasons for his disappearance? The deeper Sheen digs, the more he wonders if his case is connected to a police shooting and a drug kingpin with [...]
 
Book: Blessings, Bullets and Bad Bad Men by B. A. Kelly
Jim Blessing, thirty-eight year old gunfighter and drifter rides into a sleepy border town in New Mexican Territory, thirsty, prosperous and single. He wakes up the next morning hung over, broke and married to a beautiful, young Spanish aristocrat and he can't remember how he got that way. Then someone starts shooting at him. "I've been married, robbed and shot at and it ain't even noon yet.'' [...]
 
Book: The Whammer Jammers by Steve Liskow
Chicks on wheels, dirty deals, and everything you never dared ask about roller derby. Suspended after a "questionable" shooting, Hartford cop Tracy "Trash" Hendrix hires on to protect the local skaters from vandals while they prepare for a match to fund a women's shelter. He suspects a skater's ex-boyfriend, but the guy has an alibi when that shelter gets torched and an even better one when he [...]
 
Book: MoonRise (Supernatural Siblings Series Book 1) by Drew VanDyke & David VanDyke
Gilmore Girls meets Supernatural! Werewolves and ghosts and magic, oh my! When travel writer and werewolf Ashlee Scott returns to her hometown to recuperate from a shooting, she must confront a place full of painful and pleasant memories while dealing with her identical twin sister Amber and the complications of family. Throw in the full moon, old boyfriends, old ghosts and new enemies, and [...]
 
Book: Thug-Addict - The Evolution by Raphael Brown
THUG-ADDICT: The Evolution is an urban story of Devon Mays. He went from a child to an adult where he experience the trials of life. He was raise in the Housing projects of Brooklyn, East New York where he grew up watching the fast-life, and was intrigued by the sinful desires. He went to jail at a young age for shooting a bully, and he seek revenge. His mother and father was an addict. He [...]
 
Book: Dishonored by J.R. Reardon
In treachery, there is no honor... Federal District Court Judge Rebecca Tameron seemed to have it all-a loving family, a prestigious career and the respect of her community ~ that is, until her world falls apart. Implicated in the disappearance of a Supreme Court Justice, and the shooting of a Federal agent, Tameron scrambles to uncover the truth. The problem is, each investigative leads she [...]
 


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