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Investing in What Matters: Linking Employees to Business Outcomes

by Shane S. S. Douthitt & Scott P. P. Mondore

Providing a structured plan for human resource (HR) professionals, this detailed manual instructs corporations how to achieve their business goals through the resourceful employment of their staff. Practical...


Early Church on Killing, The: A Comprehensive Sourcebook on War, Abortion, and Capital Punishment

by Ronald J. Sider

Noted theologian and bestselling author Ron Sider presents the early church's attitudes toward and teaching on the taking of human life.


Stick a Fork In It

Poppy Markham: Culinary Cop #2

by Robin Allen

Order up: one Timothy McVeigh and a lethal injection on the rocks.

As a health inspector and former chef, Poppy Markham thought she’d seen it all—until she stepped into Capital Punishment. The restaurant’s...


Dead of Night

Youngbloods #2

by Lynn Viehl

True love . . . and an undying obsession

Catlyn Youngblood has a secret life. Despite being a natural-born vampire hunter like her two older brothers, Cat has fallen for Jesse—an ageless boy from a centuries-old...


I Am (Not) the Walrus

by Ed Briant

A quirky story about girls, love, and rock ‘n’ roll

As the singer and bass player for Lucky Twenty, a Beatles cover band, Toby wants to make it big. But Zach, Toby’s best friend and fellow band member,...


Start Smart: Building Brain Power in the Early Years

by Pam Schiller

Did you know that emotions boost our memory? Or that small muscle exercises help the brain develop? Early experiences contribute to the structure of the brain and its capacities. The quality, quantity, and consistency...


The Assassin's Riddle: A Brother Athelstan Medieval Mystery 7

by Paul Doherty

It's the summer of 1380 and the corpse of Edwin Chapler, clerk of the Office of the Green Wax of the Chancery, has been pulled from the Thames: Chapler has drowned, but not before he received a vicious blow...


Battles Lost and Won

by Beryl Matthews

1919, London's East End. Robert Hunter is eagerly awaiting the return of his father from the war. Next door, Ruth Cooper's family are also preparing to welcome her dad, whose ship was lost at Jutland. After...


Murder Majorcan Style

by Roderic Jeffries

An Inspector Alvarez Mystery - Inspector Alvarez is just considering whether he can surreptitiously leave work early when a colleague calls to tell him that an Englishman has been found dead in his car in his...


An Englishwoman in France

by Wendy Robertson

An absorbing paranormal novel - Stella is pretty relaxed about her gift of second sight, but her happy-go-lucky attitude to her gift screeches to a halt when Siri, her twelve-year-old daughter, is savagely murdered...


The Last Wolf

by Margaret Mayhew

A thrilling Second World War saga - In the summer of 1936, a teenage German boy, Reinhard Richter, is sailing in his father's yacht, Sturmwind, off Scotland. Moored in an island cove, he meets Stroma Mackay...


When the Bough Breaks

by Connie Monk

It is the summer of 1939, and Dennis and Kathie Hawthorne, who run Westways, a village market garden, are utterly content. But when war arrives, Dennis, a member of the TA, is called up immediately, leaving...


Losing Nicola

by Susan Moody

A compelling tale of childhood trauma and sinister discoveries - Alice and her brother Orlando lived a quiet life growing up in post WWII Britain; that is until the arrival of the precocious, manipulative and...


Straw in the Wind

by Janet Woods

The stand-alone sequel to Salting the Wound - 1835, England. A married woman, pregnant with her sea-captain lover's child, dies giving birth. The child, Serafina Finn, is abandoned to an orphanage and grows...


Question of Motive

by Roderic Jeffries

When there is nothing to choose between accident, suicide, or murder, motive is the only clue . . . A rich Englishman is found dead at the foot of a steep wall of rock in Mallorca. Was it an accident, suicide...


Sun, Sea and Murder

by Roderic Jeffries

An Inspector Alvarez Mystery - Rich and arrogant, when Tyler's love of good wine leads to the deaths of a young couple in a country lane in Kent, he drives his car to his extensive property in Mallorca so the...


The Golden Gizmo

by Jim Thompson

"Gizmo" is the GI term for the unidentifiable--and that's the way that Toddy Kent has begun to think of the reasons behind the rapid swing of his days. Somehow, Kent seems always to find himself regularly confronted...


The Transgressors

by Jim Thompson

Deputy sheriff Tom Lord knows by now that far-west Texas is the place he'll always call home. He's spent too much time in the region's small towns to adapt to another place. And that's all right with him. What's...


Recoil

by Jim Thompson

Patrick Cosgrove used to think he'd do anything not to be a prisoner of Sandstone State Reformatory. Fifteen years on the inside for a victimless crime, under the care of a warden whose penchant for violence...


The Criminal

by Jim Thompson

Everyone in Kenton Hills knows that short-tempered, tongue-tied Bob Talbert wasn't the one responsible for the brutal crime that ended Josie Eddleman's life. Nevermind that he was the last one to see her alive....