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Book: Terminal Identity - Sequel to Stolen Laughter by Tess Thompson
Juliette Dreschler awakens to a startling reality. She is only a shell of the woman she used to be after a life-altering accident left her both physically and mentally changed and now someone has marked her for death. Lenny Raines has been hired to keep the young, fragile woman safe and to determine who and why someone wants to harm her. Lenny isn't your average hero and has scars of his own from [...]
 
Book: How You Can Help Save Social Security by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
Social Security is in deep financial trouble today, and, unless action is taken soon, the government may be unable to pay full benefits as early as 2015. Most Americans don't know the true financial status of Social Security. How could they possibly know? There are so many versions of the truth being dispatched by various groups, and most of these groups have their own axe to grind. The American [...]
 
Book: When Love Won't Wait - His quirkiest romantic novel yet by Roger E. Bruner
Thirty-two-year-old Dan Updike loves doing biblical research and writing brilliant sermons. Preaching them is something else; he's a terrible public speaker. Although Dan believes God has never wanted him in the ministry, his overbearing mother makes change seem impossible. Dan is uncontrollably impetuous. When a video of his impulsiveness at its worst goes viral on the Internet, it attracts the [...]
 
Book: The Plot to Destroy Social Security by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
Social Security is facing its most difficult crisis ever. It is a crisis made in Washington, and one which most people do not even know about. For more than 30 years, the government has been using Social Security surplus revenue as general revenue, to finance wars. tax cuts for the wealthy, and other programs. The intent of the 1983 payroll tax hike was that all of the Social Security surplus [...]
 
Book: THE LOOTING OF SOCIAL SECURITY - New release of the book by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
This is a new release of a book that was censored and pulled from the market in 2004 because it exposed the government's ongoing misuse of Social Security funds. During an appearance on CNBC morning news, to respond to Alan Greenspan's call for cuts in Social Security benefits, the author held the book in front of the camera and said, "Alan Greenspan should be ashamed of himself for what he is [...]
 
Book: Ronald Reagan & The Great Social Security Heist - How Reagan Gave Birth to the Looting of Social Security by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
The money's gone! Social Security doesn't have $2.7 trillion stashed away for paying benefits, as so many people believe. It cannot pay benefits for another 20 years, as is often claimed. In fact, Social Security does not have enough money to pay full benefits, even for 2014, without borrowing money from China or another of our creditors. How can this be? Wasn't Social Security fixed by the [...]
 
Book: Secrets of a Real-Life Female Private Eye by Colleen Collins
SECRETS OF A REAL-LIFE FEMALE PRIVATE EYE is a part-memoir, part-reference nonfiction book based on the experiences of a professional private investigator and writer. Audiences: researchers, writers, detective-fiction fans, armchair detectives and those curious about the real world of private investigators. The beauty of ebooks is their being an interactive medium. To fully enjoy SECRETS OF A [...]
 
Book: SOCIAL SECURITY - The Attempt To Kill It by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
In 1983, the same year that the recommendations of the Greenspan Commission on Social Security Reform were enacted into law, allegedly "fixing" the long term Social Security solvency problem, members of the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation drew up a long-term plan for privatizing Social Security. They published their plan, entitled "Achieving A Leninist Strategy" in the Fall 1983 issue [...]
 
Book: The Alleged Budget Surplus, Social Security & Voodoo Economics by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
This book deals with the budget-surplus myth, the Social Security Trust Fund, and economic malpractice (voodoo economics) over the past 20 years. It exposes the deliberate deception of the public by politicians from both parties, which has led to the erroneous belief that the government has surplus money which is available for financing a large tax cut or new government programs. The book points [...]
 
Book: An Unlikely Hero by Tierney James
A Stay-At-Home Mom Thrown Into The Fight Against Terrorism For intelligent, stay-at-home mom Tessa Scott, now is the time to be a hero, or end up dead. The choice will change her life forever. An Unlikely Hero, the gripping action thriller by Tierney James, delivers a modern-day heroine amidst terrorists, operatives, and brilliant scientists in a race to save the country from a new kind of [...]
 
Book: Deadly Beliefs by Rod Huff
With the death of Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda appears to be on the verge of collapse. But in the midst of several intentionally failed attacks, al-Qaeda is secretly plotting to unleash a monumental attack so catastrophic it would annihilate western civilization and lead to total Islamic world domination. Nasi Ahsan, bin Laden's successor, and his deadly al-Qaeda team are hiding in plain sight all [...]
 
Book: Getting Lucky by Bob Sanchez
When beautiful Bonita Esquivez hires P.I. Clay Webster to fi nd her husband, Lucky, Clay expects an easy missing-person case. But when Bonita bites a poisoned bonbon, more than a quick buck is at stake. Clay needs to establish exactly who Lucky is and determine if his client could be lying to him. Fifty-five-year-old Clay Webster knows pain; he lost his thirty-year marriage, his son, Sean, and [...]
 
Book: Common Sense and Reasonable Answers by Warren William Luce
Mine is a new voice challenging current perspectives about issues that plague America and the world, providing different, sometimes controversial, yet common sense and reasonable answers to those problems. When we summon the will and courage to carry them out, your life will be fuller and richer, the children's future brighter and the world a kinder place. Glenda, in her GABixlerReview, said [...]
 
Book: How Do Private Eyes Do That? by Colleen Collins
"Real-life private investigator Colleen Collins spills the beans." ~The Thrilling Detective - This second edition of "How Do Private Eyes Do That?" is a compilation of new and updated articles written by a real-life PI. Although some topics are specific to legalities in the United States, other topics are useful worldwide, such as the history of PIs; an investigator's equipment and online [...]
 
Book: Zero Day - China's Cyber Wars (Logan Alexander Series Book 3) by T. L. Williams
For readers who enjoyed Tom Clancy and James Patterson thrillers, CIA veteran T. L. Williams unfolds a chilling and highly conceivable scenario in his latest novel, ZERO DAY: China's Cyber Wars. Moving between Chongqing, China and Langley, Virginia, this fast-paced spy thriller revolves around a plot by the Chinese government to seize the edge on global power by undermining the U.S. economy. [...]
 
Book: Protect Yourself - The Simple Keys Women Need to be Safe and Secure by Steve A. Kovacs
Drawing on his professional experience in helping women learn self-defense, author Steve Kovacs offers a practical, encouraging guide for women in Protect Yourself: The Simple Keys Women Need to be Safe and Secure.Most women's safety guides cover the specifics of fighting off attackers. But Protect Yourself focuses on commonsense strategies women can implement daily. By taking certain precautions [...]
 
Book: Deadly Treasure (Diana Hunter Thrillers) by Joan Francis
Aboard the cruise ship, Roaming Dreamer, Diana Hunter, is about to encounter a level of adventure and danger far beyond anything described in a luxury cruise ship brochure. In 1949 her uncle, Bennett Hunter, escaped pursuit aboard a freighter departing from Los Angeles Harbor and took with him a sea chest with five priceless works of art. By the time his freighter saluted Lady Liberty in New York [...]
 
Book: The Unearthing of Blackstone by Tiana Laveen
Please note this book is adult in nature. It has heavy sexual content, adult themes and language, and is not intended for readers under the age of eighteen. SYNOPSIS - Ace Blackstone is an extraordinary man with a passion for finding the secrets of others, the hidden and long forgotten. He is a professional private investigator who has a reputation of among the best in his field despite his loner [...]
 
Book: Altered Life by Keith Dixon
THE No. 1 BESTSELLER IN THE FREE KINDLE STORE CRIME CATEGORY Making a killing in business is one thing - doing it for real is another. Private Investigator Sam Dyke turns down a job that would require skills he doesn't have - patience, computer-literacy, tact. Then he finds the skills he does have - tenacity, aggression, street-smarts - are exactly the ones he needs for his next case: hunting [...]
 
Book: Cars, Cats and Crooks (The Kimble Detective Agency) by R H Carter
Peyton Kimble is 42 years old and has recently been made redundant from his boring dead end job at an independent car factory in Chester, UK. What should he do next with his life? Become a private detective, of course! Although the answer is obvious to the imaginative and intelligent Peyton, who feels like he's been waiting for this opportunity all his life, his other half, Sherri, initially [...]
 
Book: Maxwell Marlowe, Private Eye - The Case of the Missing Heiress by Raymond Boyd Dunn
The Case of the Missing Heiress is the first of two books (to date) in the "Maxwell Marlowe, Private Eye" series. Max, (or Phil, which is an obvious nick-name for him) is a mild-mannered Private Investigator on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, who keeps in shape by regular attendance at the Gym, and long distance running. An heiress is reported as kidnapped, and it is Max's job to find her in [...]
 
Book: The Truth About Technology for Very Small Business by Gary Paul Bryant
The Truth About Technology for Very Small Business is a collection of refreshingly frank blog posts by business & technology writer Gary Paul Bryant. This book speaks to the technology challenges faced by very small business owners. In this book, you'll discover: Why you should quit wasting money on over-priced out-sourced IT vendors; That SEO, for very small business, is spelled B.S.; Why [...]
 
Book: The Curious Misadventures of Tubby Wexler, Private Investigator by Steven W. Johnson
Tubby Wexler believes himself to be the personification of the pulp magazine detectives of the 1930s, 40s & 50s. He has all the trappings - a rundown 2-room office in a dilapidated downtown office, a faithful canine, a magnificent, voluptuous, Cajun beauty as a secretary and list of the most bizarre clients any P.I has ever seen. The only thing Tubby doesn't have is a clue!
 
Book: Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks (Networking Technology - IP Communications) by Akhil Behl
The real-world guide to securing Cisco-based IP telephony applications, devices, and networks Cisco IP telephony leverages converged networks to dramatically reduce TCO and improve ROI. However, its critical importance to business communications and deep integration with enterprise IP networks make it susceptible to attacks that legacy telecom systems did not face. Now, there's a comprehensive [...]
 
Book: MISSING AMANDA (Lou Fleener Private Eye Book 1) by Duane Lindsay
If you like Westlake or Hallinan - You'll love Missing Amanda - Revenge is a dish best served quickly - Chicago in 1958 is a very dangerous place. When private eye Lou Fleener and his friend Dion Monkton are tricked into helping a Chicago mob boss in his takeover of Mayor Daley's office, it makes the other mobs angry enough to kill. Through guns and bombs and the unsteady affections of Cassidy [...]
 
Book: The Zen Man by Colleen Collins
It's just another ho-ho-hum defense lawyers' Christmas party...until one of them is murdered. Semifinalist Best Indie Books of 2012, The Kindle Book Reviews - BookRooster Reviewers' Pick 2013 - "Great humor. Great dialogue." ~New York Times best-selling author Dorien Kelly, co-author with Janet Evanovich "Love in a Nutshell" and "The Husband List" "This book immediately drew me in. The [...]
 
Book: Maxwell Marlowe, Private Eye...Wayne's Daughter by Raymond Boyd Dunn
Continuing the story of the Akubra-wearing, coffee-loving 'super sleuth' as he accepts the responsibility of searching for an old friend's daughter. I am writing another novel, (only 12,000 words so far,) and hit the dreaded 'block'. Someone, somewhere, in the Internet maze, suggested writing something else when this happened, and switching from one to the other as the mood demanded. So I started [...]
 
Book: Maxwell Marlowe, Private Eye. Murder In Maroochydore.
This book is a sequel to Maxwell Marlowe, Private Eye. The Case of the Missing Heiress, and takes place on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. This is a new genre for me. Previously my main genre was historical, taking place in the Queensland of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries - firstly the Palmer River gold rush, and then following the characters when they used their good fortune [...]
 
Book: Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators by John Priest
Three children go missing and police organise a massive search of the town of Dudleigh and surrounding areas. A call from a security officer at Russington Hospital immediately has several Detectives heading for the Accident & Emergency Department. All three missing children have somehow been returned to the Hospital. No-one sees or hears anything; it's as though the children appeared out of the [...]
 
Book: Elegy in Scarlet - A Scott Drayco Mystery (Scott Drayco Mystery Series Book 4) by BV Lawson
The fourth installment in the Shamus-nominated Scott Drayco series and a Daphne Award finalist What if a large part of your past turned out to be a lie? Crime consultant Scott Drayco is already in the middle of a possible career-ending legal battle when word comes that his mother, who disappeared 30 years ago, is very much alive - and charged with murder. With Drayco's father washing his hands of [...]
 
Book: Nurse Meredith's Top Ten Most Memorable Cases - Harrowing True Tales From A Private Duty Nurse by Meredith V. Downes, RN
WINNER! "Best New Health Book" AND "Best Non-Fiction Narrative" 2012 USA Book News. "Nurse Meredith's Top Ten Most Memorable Cases: Harrowing True Tales From A Private Duty Nurse" by Meredith V. Downes, RN. HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED what it's like to work as a private duty nurse? Get ready for a rare inside view of ten of the most memorable cases from Nurse Meredith's 30-year career. She takes you [...]
 
Book: Will that be Cash or 'Cuffs? by Yvonne Blackwood
A hilarious story with a bizarre cast of characters that appear and disappear like Extraterrestrials - and their ingenious methods of stealing in a large supermarket chain. You'll laugh one moment and empathize the next when you meet characters like Mrs. Johnson, the little old lady who wants to be "soft and smooth" and Wilbert Wiley, a modern day Don Juan who is obsessed with every female he [...]
 
Book: Stitches by Kathy Weyer
Jen Conrad always did things exactly as expected. Raised by an imperious mother and a superior court father, she found comfort in her marriage to a brilliant lawyer and became an admired woman for her hostessing and fundraising skills. When she is widowed, she has to shed her skin and learn to fight for herself, find financial resources to start a new venture, support her dying mother, and [...]
 
Book: Forbidden by R.D. Power
*** Kyle Summers never imagined that inventing the world's first viable quantum computer would lead to bankruptcy, betrayal and a desperate flight for his very life. Accused of terrorism against his country, he is pursued by federal agents and hunted by assassins bent on revenge for the bloody havoc enabled by his computer. His only hope is the FBI agent sent to bring him to justice. Will her [...]
 
Book: Hand Of Fatima by Myrna Sokoloff
It had been a year since the sealed casket of Holly's beloved husband Jake had been flown from the war zone to Dover Air Force Base with an honor guard. The American flag and the music didn't lessen the agony of his death for her. Nobody ever told Holly what had really happened on that classified mission in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. The painful memory of his death came crashing in on her [...]
 


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