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Life With Breath

by Ed Harrold

Imagine that tomorrow morning you wake up feeling absolutely wonderful. You gently stretch your arms and smile as you think about the day ahead. You feel relaxed, refreshed and full of energy. You open the window...


Time in the Blues

by Julia Simon

Spontaneity, immediacy and feeling characterize the blues as a genre. Whether it's the movement of call and response, the expressive bends and wails of voice and instruments or the synergistic relationship between...


Restoring Consumer Sovereignty

by Adrian Kuenzler

In today's highly concentrated marketplaces, social and cultural values--such as the lifestyle connotations that manufacturers and sellers confer upon their goods--often shape consumers' prior beliefs and attitudes...


The Matter of High Words

by Robert Chodat

In a world of matter, how can we express what matters? When the explanations of the natural sciences become powerfully precise and authoritative, what is the status of our highest words, the languages that articulate...


VIOLATED

by Jo Ann Carter

Le' Nita Marie Spivey  makes a regretted trip to Jamestown, NY for her Ma’dear’s Homegoing. Not knowing she has packed her Pennsylvania memories with her, the answer to her drinking way too much becomes...


A New History of Yachting

by Mike Bender

This book, by a leading expert in the field, is the first major history of yachting for over a quarter of a century. Setting developments within political, social and economic changes, the book tellsthe story...


Allies

by Ravon Silvius

With danger mounting, Kenneth and Thorn travel to Elesborough to recruit allies for their cause. A friendly place, Elesborough is the first city to have a talentless governor since the war ended, and for his...


Jordan

by Catherine Lievens

Jordan loves his brother Freddy, but he hates that Freddy has fallen into a life of crime to make sure Jordan didn’t. He especially hates it when Freddy’s competitors try to get to Freddy through him, because...


"Soaring with Vultures"

by Dan Kelly

“Soaring with Vultures” by Dan Kelly

In post-Civil War Missouri, killing was the way of life.

With the echoes of Rebel gunshots only recently silenced in Kentucky and his near-fatal chest wound still healing,...


How to Fade Like Griffin

by Henderson D Kendrick

“Because a barber’s service should far exceed the mere act of cutting hair.”

"How to Fade Like Griffin" is a comprehensive look into the history, philosophy, and modern day opinions of today’s barbers.  Written...


Alternative War

by J.J. Patrick

In Alternative War, former police officer turned investigative journalist James Patrick tackles Russian interference in the UK's Brexit referendum and the US election of President Donald Trump head-on, exposing...


Heretics and Orthodoxy

by Gilbert Keith Chesterton

G. K. Chesterton’s Heretics was first published in 1905, with Orthodoxy following in 1908.  Chesterton viewed them as companions to one another, as Orthodoxy was written as a response to criticism he had...


Disability and Academic Exclusion: Voicing the Student Body

by E. R. Weatherup

Disability and Academic Exclusion employs disability theory to reveal cultural limitations to minority incorporation in education, historically demonstrated by the diminished reinscriptions of iconic minority...


Adventures Of The F.1 Racing Rabbits

by Paul Macdonald, Pavel Goldaev & Bluebobo

The Formula One season begins again for Racing Rabbits in sunny Mebourne, Australia.

With lots of thrills and spills, lets see who will taste victory at the Albert Park circuit.

Some of the Racing Rabbits competing...


Inclusion in the American Military: A Force for Diversity

by Michael D. Matthews, Morten G. Ender, David Rohall & Judith E. Rosenstein et al.

This book provides an updated overview of the ways that diversity has been addressed in the military over the last 200 years by taking a closer look at particular forms of diversity including race, ethnicity,...


Practice Makes Perfect: The Spanish Subjunctive Up Close, Second Edition

by Eric W. Vogt

The One-Stop Guide to Mastering the Spanish Subjunctive

Learning the subjunctive can be one of the most frustrating aspects of Spanish grammar, but it is also one of the most important for being understood and...


Citizen Zero

by Mark Cantrell

In a bitterly divided nation where security trumps civil liberty, unemployed David is on the verge of sinking into the ‘Zeroes’ – a destitute underclass numbering millions. But then JobNet's advanced virtual...


Hazard at the Nineteenth

by April Hardy

The Hazards are an upper-middle-class family, and when only son Jonathon proposes to the working-class librarian, Stella, his mother, Joyce, seems adamant he’d be happier with Cordelia, the more suitable girl...


The Mark of Cain

by Carolyn Wells

Fleming Stone Mystery #8 is a courtroom drama centering on the slaying of a Bronx businessman whose body is discovered in a remote corner of Van Cortlandt Park. The dead man’s last words were “Cain killed...


The Masters of the Revels and Elizabeth I's Court Theatre

by W. R. Streitberger

The Masters of the Revels and Elizabeth I's Court Theatre places the Revels Office and Elizabeth I's court theatre in a pre-modern, patronage and gift-exchange driven-world of centralized power in which hospitality,...