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Book: Introduction to the Criminal Court Process by Theresa Gomes
This book provides a description of how the criminal court process works in the district courts of Massachusetts. This book is intended for those individuals considering employment in the following fields: defense attorney, police officer, probation officer, court officer, judge, or clerk. It may also be helpful for a person, family member, or friend that has a case pending in the criminal court, [...]
 
Book: Playing Dead by Jody E. Lebel
Court reporter Renee Rose found out the hard way that hooking up with a cop is like a bikini wax--it starts off hot, turns painful, and ends in tears. But when her best friend receives an e-mail, supposedly from her long-dead fiance, demanding money, Renee knows they need help. Too bad help comes in the form of Detective Anthony Graciano, an annoying, bossy cop who somehow manages to haul Renee's [...]
 
Book: The Epiphany of Harlan Hoyt by Steve Malone
Navy Captain Pat Kelly was the target for Allan Warren, the world's most popular news anchor; James Warren, the most powerful and ruthless man in the history of the US Congress; and Jennifer Warren, billionaire heiress, who could buy any credibility they needed. Their motives were personal. The opportunity was an espionage scandal at the Office of Naval Intelligence. A televised congressional [...]
 
Book: Our Children Come First by Robert K. Pikula
Are you in a tumultuous relationship? Are you constantly arguing? What unselfish acts can you take to save your child? In this non-fiction memoir Robert K. Pikula takes you through the trials and tribulations you may experience in and out of divorce court. You'll be surprised when you know what really happens behind the scenes with lawyers, judges and child services. What Gift can you give your [...]
 
Book: Best Opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States (Vol. I: Race) by Henry Mark Holzer
Many people believe, rightly, that ever since the 1960s the Supreme Court's decisions on the incendiary subject of race have been lopsidedly in favor of preferred classes of people. Often overlooked in Supreme Court decisions involving race have been dissenting opinions, offering a far different view of racial issues under the Constitution of the United States. Presented here are five of those [...]
 
Book: Please Don't Let Me Die - A Fathers Journey Through Grief and the Criminal Justice System by Patrick J. McCarthy
Patrick McCarthy led a simple, unassuming life. He and his family were thrust into a world where very few have traveled. After a night spent with friends, his sixteen year old daughter was found dead in the morning. What happened? Who is responsible? Patrick seeks answers and justice for those responsible. Follow the pursuit of justice from a grief stricken father, written as events were [...]
 
Book: Flake - The Trial of a Cop - A True Crime Story Told By The Prosecutor by Hugh Anthony Levine
Authors' praise for Flake - The Trial of a Cop Richard North Patterson, best-selling novelist: "Told with the authenticity and verve of a key player, the real-life courtroom drama of Flake illuminates, in a particularly gritty and compelling way, the darker recesses of our criminal justice system." Robert K. Tanenbaum, best-selling novelist: "Read Everyday Murders and Flake - The Trial of a Cop. [...]
 
Book: No Girl on this Train by Tottie Limejuice with Kate Pill
It's short, it's somewhat silly and the humour verges on lavatorial. Behind every successful author is a dedicated team of betareaders, those essential second eyes who pounce on any errors or inconsistencies. Lesley Tither writes under various pen-names for different genres - Tottie Limejuice, for the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series, L M Krier for the DI Ted Darling series of crime thrillers, [...]
 
Book: Murder Over the Border by Richard Steinitz
Yossi Abulafia, an Israeli policeman is on reserve army duty, and is photographing antelopes instead of watching the border. His post collapses suddenly, injuring him seriously. After recovering, he discovers that during the collapse he has unwittingly taken a picture of what appears to be a murder - on the other side of the border. Now on 'easy duty', he goes to an Interpol conference in [...]
 
Book: Get It Done - The Simple Process for Finding Harmony by Destroying Your To-Do List by Belinda Goodrich
Using a clear and succinct, 9-Step Process, this book brings you from chaos and frustration to fulfilling productivity with proven strategies to deal with this crazy, always-on world. Have you ever wished you had more hours in the day? The sad fact is that there will never be more hours in the day... and even if they were, would you really want to try and cram more work into them? It's not about [...]
 
Book: Designing Work by Collin Carbno
Designing work is an exploration of factors involved in making work fulfilling for employees. Seven key attributes of work that are essential for work satisfaction are explored. Seven work types or classes of work such as craftspersons, assemble line, and knowledge worker are discussed. Four different dimensions impacting work are discussed such as automation-augmentation dimension. A total of [...]
 
Book: Necessary Deceptions by T M James
What's being said about "Secrets of a Femme Fatale" Reviews: "An historical, sexy romp in the style of 'Fanny Hill." WR Reviewrs *** "A demure young debutante proves to be a sexy, feisty seductress, with a love of adventure" L.M.Rees, *** "An exciting, erotic read from a hidden Historical period." HW Mag, *** " Erotic and readable, British fifty shades of Grey ." RP,reviewer. *** 1885 - Catherine [...]
 
Book: From Id to Intersubjectivity - Talking about the Talking Cure with Master Clinicians by Dianna T. Kenny
Psychoanalysis has moved a long way from the techniques of classical psychoanalysis but these changes have not been understood or disseminated to the wider community. Even university scholars and students of psychology have an archetypal view of the original form of psychoanalysis and do not appreciate that major changes have occurred. This book commences with a detailed outline of the origins of [...]
 
Book: Don't Look Back by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
More than 2 million marriages are celebrated each year in America. Some last forever. Some don't. A simple divorce is the solution for the vast majority of couples when wedded bliss loses its fragrance. Yet not all women can come to terms with ending a marriage. Angelo Maglioni, II, sits in his plush office reviewing the case of Samuel Stillman. When Angelo sees the name of the prosecuting [...]
 
Book: The Tar by Nicholas David Evans
3022 is not a good year to fall foul of the law. Zack an ex-navy Special Forces operative has done exactly that. The Starship Rutherford is taking him towards a life of slavery in exile, it contains two women who will play a large role in his future; they have already played a large part in his past.
 
Book: Incredulity by Kathy Zebert
A romantic cowboy. A sunset kiss. Everything is perfect until he's charged with murder. Callie Fletcher just wanted to sit on the terrace of her favorite hot spot and watch the sunset over the Texas Hill Country. A table for one, a glass of pinot and the best view in Austin. When Dominic Jaxson, a gorgeous, wealthy cowboy, charms her into sharing the view, the sunset gets even more magical. [...]
 
Book: A Life Singular - Part One by Lorraine Pestell
First in Epic 7-part Serial: Love and Loss, Celebrity and Secrets The Endless Pursuit of Love and Wisdom In essence a love story, "A Life Singular" is a seven-part contemporary fiction serial. Recipient of a WILDsound Review Award (November 2015), official selection for the New Apple Awards for Literary Fiction (October 2015) and a Shelf Unbound Notable Book of 2014 (December 2014), "A Life [...]
 
Book: DEATH OF A MARRIAGE, DIVORCE IN AMERICA by Robert Fenar
DEATH OF A MARRIAGE, DIVORCE IN AMERICA was written by an insider. Attorney Fenar has been a practicing family law attorney with over twenty years of experience in Southern California. Attorney Fenar, has seen the good, the bad and the ugly. He has written the book due to his disgust with the system as well as the people involved in the process. This includes, but is not limited to, the [...]
 
Book: The Track Runner by A. Alico
Like his father before him, Alex is an impressive runner and track star. His strength, speed, and determination make him an Olympic hopeful. Then violence puts his life on an entirely different path. Mistaken for someone else, Alex is badly beaten by a drug lord's goons. Traumatized by the event, the young man loses all interest in running. So when a military recruiter offers a chance to escape [...]
 
Book: CMMI Implementation Guide by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy
The Book details on how to approach CMMI Implementation in an organization. It details out the various phases involved in CMMI Implementation and how to plan and execute them. It details on various aspects which we tend to overlook in CMMI Implementation. Who Should Read? Organization looking forward to implement CMMI - Top Management person, trying to understand how to go about - SEPG, Program [...]
 
Book: NLP Techniques Anyone Can Use by Roger Ellerton, PhD, CMC
My purpose in writing this book is to illustrate the potential of NLP and to encourage you to explore how NLP concepts can make a difference in your life. The introduction provides a brief overview of the origins of NLP. That is, NLP is based on solid theoretical footings from respected disciplines such as: psychology, physiology, systems theory and communication. The major portion of the book [...]
 
Book: Storm Warning by Nick Korolev
Slavery. A crime against humanity and basis for a whole economy in one of the most shameful aspects of our history is the backdrop against which Storm Warning is painted. Based on a true and all but forgotten incident, part sea chase and part courtroom drama, it is the story of the capture, trial and execution of Captain Nathanial Gordon, the only man in history to face conviction for slave [...]
 
Book: Command Influence by LD Sledge
Why will the Commanding General go to any length to convict Sergeant Nolan, even attempted murder? Young Army JAG officer Riggs McCall is appointed to defend the despicable Nolan who has been charged with raping his adopted teenage stepdaughter. Riggs knows the man is guilty, but carries out his duty as a lawyer to give it his best effort. The command appoints the wealthy, politically well placed [...]
 
Book: Order in Court (Toby Potts Book 2) by David Thomas Osborne
Toby Potts, fresh from Bar School, and clutching his graduation diploma, is a young, aspiring barrister, full of hopes and dreams and intent on becoming the leading criminal advocate of his time. He can hardly wait to get on his feet and impress the jury with his incisive cross-examination, his mastery of all things legal, and his spellbinding final speeches. Sadly, reality kicks in, and Toby [...]
 
Book: Humanity's Cry for Change - Actions You Can Take to Create a New Earth by Kate Heartsong
Why are more people than ever exploring books about antiracism, conscious business practices, equity, diversity and mindfulness? We are fearful and unhappy about what's happening globally. The COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis, economic uncertainty and deadly shootings affects each of us. Many of us and humanity as a whole are living with a deep pain and we want relief! Humanity's Cry for Change [...]
 
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: The Criminal Streak by Joan Donaldson-Yarmey
After two pieces of an asteroid hit their planet and knocked it off its axis, the surviving beings of the planet spent centuries rebuilding their society on the edge of disaster. The Leaders made Great Changes and Purges, constructing twenty huge cities, called megalopolises, to house their population, cultivating huge farms, and purging most of the technology so everyone had a job. The one [...]
 
Book: Kandy Heat - never too old to be loved by Adam Mann
"She was prepared to give up everything for the man she met sitting on her kitchen doorstep!" Harry is the author of historical novels based mainly on Asian recorded history. Whilst visiting his agent in London, he decides to visit his family home of many years earlier. He meets the tenant, Makshi, an Indian lady nutritionist, but whilst they are enjoying a coffee together a man with a baseball [...]
 
Book: Confidential Communications by J.R. Reardon
Rebecca Lawson, a young general-practice attorney in Vermont, expected to expand her practice when she was hired by Allan Richards to investigate a suspicious employee. Instead, she finds herself amidst national and international conspiracies, manipulations, and murder. With the help of an old colleague, Joshua Tameron, she learns that the financial security and innocent citizens of the United [...]
 
Book: Advice and Consent by J.R. Reardon
What if the key to stopping a wave of terrorist attacks against the U.S. Government lies in a 13 year old girl who is too terrified to talk??? US Supreme Court Justice Sean McNaught, the crucial swing vote on a divided court, has decided to retire, and it is up to President James Cotson to find his replacement. The President's search is plagued with problems: protests have sparked across the [...]
 
Book: A Brilliance Hurtled . . . . . evolutionary origins by Appleton Schneider
"Mainstream evolutionary science" assumes that the whole process from one-cell origin of life unto homo sapiens took place on an infrastructural system of random genetic mutation. The minority of such genetics resulted in "improved" phenotype (actual "critter-aspects" thus "selected" as an ongoing species. Such fitness would include physical and mental abilities and high reproductive rates. [...]
 
Book: The Process of Decision Making in Chess - Volume 2 - Goals and Plans by Philip Ochman
Long-awaited, the second volume of "The Process of Decision Making in Chess" acts as a natural yet independent sequel. It teaches a very practical and applicable approach to decision making in chess - for you who have already read volume 1, it will serve as a guide for the practical application of the theory you studied, and as the next step in your studies and your understanding of chess. For [...]
 
Book: Intrigue In The Summer Court by Mistral Dawn
Jillian knows something bad is going to happen! She has been a loyal adviser to the throne and friend of the queen, Briallen, for thousands of years, and now Roni and Uaine's wedding and coronation are to take place in just a couple days. The Summer Court will have a new king and queen, who, it is hoped, can repair the damage and heal the schism the late king created. But Jillian can't shake the [...]
 
Book: Solomon's Justice - A PTSD Short Story by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
LA County Veterans Court Judge Robert Solomon Needs the Wisdom of King Solomon Helping Veterans Suffering From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Although this short story is fiction and meant to be entertaining, it is based on research and true anecdotes concerning veterans suffering from PTSD. It is the author's hope that readers will enjoy the story as well as be encouraged to understand and [...]
 
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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