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Echoes from Saddam Hussein by George Thomas Clark
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Dubai, 1 City 2 Different Tales - Chilling True Short Story Collections Set In The Middle East Tell The Dazzling City's Beastly Wicked Side. by Northern Empress
You will instantly be taken to the other side of the world because this book offers an extraordinary glimpse into unjust, cruelty and suffering in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. These factual short story collections allow you to witness the torment, sexual assault, bizarre murders, abandoned babies and life in the Middle East, besides unusual and humorous ones. The narratives you are going to read gives you a rare chance to see [...]
 
Exploring Illusions - Paintings - The Use of Optical Illusions in Art by Gary B Rohrabaugh
If you enjoy art or optical illusions, this is a book for you. Using over 52 new optical illusions, this book opens a visual doorway to artists use of illusions. Successfully converting what we see into flat, static artwork requires the use of illusionary tools like perspective, scale, and vanishing point. These tools are employed in varying degrees of success by artists, engineers, and mathematicians to depict our three [...]
 
Shattered Illusions by Karen D. Bradley
At a moment's notice, everything changes. By nightfall, terror will shake two women to the very core. No one can hear their screams over the storm that rages outside as they fight for their lives. Before the clock strikes midnight, they will lose everything they cherish most and only one will survive to tell the story. Years later, the memory of that night haunts the survivor who now goes by the name Danya Holmes. When she [...]
 
Dangerous Lies We Tell to Children and Ourselves by Deborah Dian
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SOCIAL SECURITY - The Attempt To Kill It by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
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George Best - A Celebration by Bernie Smith and Maureen Hunt
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King Donald by George Thomas Clark
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Organisations need to change to survive and many people will find some elements of changes difficult. Change needs to be managed and managed well. It's hard for people who are already struggling to come to terms with change to be made to feel that they are not up to scratch if they don't 'embrace the new challenges'. The key thing to remember is that change and the transition through change are two different things. The [...]
 
Bounce, Don't Break - Stories, reflections, and words of encouragement during times of change. by Penny L. Hunt
When life T-bones you like an eighteen wheeler, Bounce! Don't Break! Learn the skills to successfully navigate the choppy waters of change and build resilience along the way. Bounce! Don't Break provides important steps to help you bounce back after a crisis. Learn to shift your focus from problems to solutions from problem people, to problem-solving supporters. Comeback from setbacks, find faith amidst fear, lose the [...]
 
Crypto-Punk by George Traikovich
Kids are disappearing at Bixby Elementary, and no one knows why. But that's only the second strangest thing happening inside the school. Who's responsible? That's just what Drew and the rest of the Zero Avenue brats want to know, but are they ready for what they'll find? Because finding out means unraveling the threads of a conspiracy that blurs the line between myth and science, and between friends and enemies. Because [...]
 
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 Amsterdam where he meets a Jordanian [...]
 
Deep Deceit by Anne Louise O'Connell
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Shell Game by K.H. Bixby
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Two Centuries of Silence by Abdolhossein Zarinkoob, translated by Avid Kamgar
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