|Book: Gender Disparity in UK Jazz - A Discussion by Sammy Stein with Debbie Burke
The new book from Sammy Stein with Debbie Burke gets inside the UK jazz scene, looks at gender disparity issues and discusses the reality, the potential for change and the ways ahead. Following Sammy's books for 8th House ("Women in Jazz" and "In Their Own Words") this book is a transatlantic project, connecting two writers from the UK and the US in their first joint publication.
|Book: The Cat That Became a Footballer (Astralia Wisdom Works) by Piero A. La Franca
By using modern football as a source, "The Cat That Became a Footballer" looks at humanity through the impartial and independent mind of a cat. This book is a constructive social satire filled with witty remarks and pearls of wisdom, humorous anecdotes, philosophical thoughts, solid mysticism and sometimes even bits of poetry. It also suggests how football, a sport that from its humble origins [...]
|Book: Nimmu and Missing Friend by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy
READ - A TRUE STORY WITH REAL INCIDENTS AND REAL CHARACTERS - This is story of Nimmu, a 6th grade student, whose family moves from a city to a village. He undergoes initial struggle to cope up with the new atmosphere, however as the days progress, he gets new friends and wins his close friend. At the end of the year due to certain choices and decision, he misses his close friend. After Reading [...]
|Book: Meet the Devil - The Loran Cole Story by Chris Dahl
Take a peek into the mind of a murderer -- how many times in your life do you get to do that? Read the letters of Loran Cole, the man who killed Senator John Edward's nephew and raped the senator's niece, the crimes that landed him on Death Row in Raiford, Florida. See the intricate art that he sketches in his 6X9 concrete cell. This is a slightly different type of true crime book for many [...]
|Book: A Tree Called TENALPA by Tim I. Gurung
Bert Yellow was running a noodle shop with his wife and son in a foreign soil. Life was simple and happy until the people from the foods and hygiene department paid a surprise visit at his noodle shop. Bolak Brown had a grocery store and was living happily with his family in a foreign land until the police raided his shop and found a package of drug. Lander Gray was working in a big corporation [...]
|Book: Why We Love Serial Killers - The Curious Appeal of the World's Most Savage Murderers by Scott Bonn
For decades now, serial killers have taken center stage in the news and entertainment media. The coverage of real-life murderers such as Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer has transformed them into ghoulish celebrities. Similarly, the popularity of fictional characters such as Hannibal 'The Cannibal" Lecter or Dexter demonstrates just how eager the public is to be frightened by these human predators. [...]
|Book: The Cursed Nation by Tim I. Gurung
After losing his both parents on a landslide accident, he was raised by his granny and hardly seen or experienced good things in life. When granny died, he had no one as a family and left the village once and for all. After arriving at the capital city, he joined the main political party and worked through the ranks as he learned the new trade. Real party politics started playing onto him when [...]
|Book: The Twilight of the Scientific Age by Martín López Corredoira, Ph.D
This book gives a challenging point of view about science and its history/philosophy/sociology. Science is in decline. After centuries of great achievements, the exhaustion of new forms and fatigue have reached our culture in all of its manifestations including the pure sciences. Our society is saturated with knowledge which does not offer people any sense in their lives. There is a loss of [...]
|Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - For Better Or Worse (Book 1) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
Telling it like it is and like it was. Not for people who avoid the truth and rely on disinformation, who need happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. Instead, this book is for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth about America's past and present, for better or for worse. So it is controversial. Our American Democracy has changed in the 21st century.
|Book: When The Thin Blue Line Begins To Blur - Memoirs of an Atlanta Police Commander's struggle to maintain accountability within the APD by Khalfani B. Yabuku
In light of the increase in tensions between our nations' police departments and the urban communities they serve, this book offers a timely remedy for citizens and officers alike. The author skillfully takes us on a journey of his struggles to start the healing process from within the walls of the Atlanta Police Department. Chapter after chapter, he takes us on patrol to expose the myriad issues [...]
|Book: Walls of Wind - The Complete Trilogy by J. A. McLachlan
"If you read no other "alien" authors this year, don't miss WALLS OF WIND." ~ Bookreporter Magazine - What if males and females were two separate species? The Ghen and the Bria on the planet Wind don't speak to each other. That's just one of the things that makes being biologically interdependent difficult. Within their shared city-state, these two sentient species struggle to live together. [...]
|Book: Dear Maude (The Dear Maude Trilogy Book 1) by Denise Liebig
Emily thought her college scholarship was a step forward... But it turned out to be a step backward... IN TIME Dear Maude is a multi-genre novel that blends time travel romance, mystery and intrigue, set in different time periods, with enough twists and turns to keep you turning the pages. It's the multi-award winning story of a naive college graduate, whose first job is anything but [...]
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