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Life Of Lies

Author : Stephanie Boggs
ISBN : 9781304044280
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Life Of Lies

Author : Sharon Sala
ISBN : 9781460398845
Genre : Fiction
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Fame, fortune…and a fatal obsession Sahara Travis is used to being worshipped by adoring fans, but now someone is fixated on her in a dangerous way. After multiple attempts on her life, she reluctantly agrees to hire a security specialist for her protection, though the last thing she wants is some burly bodyguard invading her personal space. Former army ranger Brendan McQueen's job is to keep the starlet safe and track down her would-be assassin. But when Sahara receives news that her estranged mother has been murdered and her father, the top suspect, is missing, Brendan quickly realizes this is much more serious than your average celebrity stalker. With Brendan and her devoted assistant, Lucy, in tow, Sahara returns to her family estate in New Orleans to uncover the identity of her attempted killer before he can close in on his final target.
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A Life Of Lies And Spies

Author : Alan B. Trabue
ISBN : 9781466871557
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Alan Trabue chose a bizarre, dangerous way to make a living. In A Life of Lies and Spies, Trabue exposes the often perilous world of polygraphing foreign spies in support of CIA espionage programs. He recounts his incredible, true-life globe-trotting adventures, from his induction in the CIA in 1971 to directing the CIA's world-wide covert ops polygraph program. A Life of Lies and Spies brings readers into the high-stakes world of covert operations and the quest to uncover deceit, featuring a high-speed car chase, blown clandestine meetings, surreptitious room searches, tear-gassing by riot police, and confrontations with machine gun-armed soldiers. Liberally sprinkled with side anecdotes—such as debriefing an agent though a torturous swarm of mosquitoes in a jungle shack—Trabue's story highlights both the humor and the intrinsic danger of conducting CIA covert activities. Writing from a unique perspective framed by his uncommon longevity and broad experience, for which he was awarded the Career Intelligence Medal, Trabue's memoir unveils the CIA's use of polygraph and interrogation to validate recruited spies' bona fides and information obtained through their acts of espionage. The Central Intelligence Agency has not approved, endorsed or authorized this book or the use of the CIA seal, name or initials.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Comic Book Bandit Stories From A Life Of Lies

Author : Jay Michael Feldman, M.D.
ISBN : 9781682899854
Genre : Fiction
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The Comic Book Bandit is a bright, healthy, mischievous child named Jay. Mentored by his brilliant older brother, Ross, the bandit pulls off his first comic book heist at the age of four. As events unfold, he gradually finds himself to be alone out in a world where the only significant authority over his behavior turns out to be him and his fledgling and relatively ignorant conscience. Being an unattended child may be scary, but it is also immensely exciting. There is a rush that comes with boundless liberty. Not entirely free, but with stolen moments of freedom to explore life on his own, out and about in the pulsating city of Chicago, where the choices were breathtaking, our hero is captured by the undeniable realization, “I can do whatever I want so long as I don’t get caught.” The stories take place after the Second World War. Yes, the bandit faces the obstacles of grown-ups but cleverly discovers the slippery power of the believable lie. He creates a secret life of his own and shares an acceptable version with those he must account to: his mother, his father, his brother, his teachers, and his friends. Getting away with stuff starts to become second nature, at least until and when he creates a lie so big, with burden so weighty, its effects are at times overwhelming. The culmination of his struggles with the Great Bar Mitzvah Caper will have the reader riveted to each and every page. How could he? How does he? Will he or won’t he? Those are the questions. Come along for the ride. I promise you a child whose ingenious lies make him unlike any child you may have encountered. And beyond all that, he is a great little kid. 1
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Life Of Lies

Author : Joseph M. Downs
ISBN : 9781403315410
Genre : Fiction
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11 Secrets to Selling Your Business explains in straightforward language and helpful examples how to succeed in profitably valuing and selling your business by avoiding the many mistakes that plague business sellers. Costly mistakes often rob sellers of thousands or, worse yet, hundreds of thousands of dollars of profits when selling or merging their business. Mistakes like breaching confidentiality without agreements in place which allows a competitor to steal valuable customer lists or valuable leases on key locations. Mistakes such as negotiating a great deal without securing buyer financing causing the transaction to crash the day before settlement. Finally, a very misunderstood area, failing to negotiate earn-outs and other price kickers that could add 15% or more to your bottom line with no additional risk. You will see how to create the most valuable business possible at the time you intend to sell. You will be shown all the steps in the business sale process allowing you to structure and negotiate a transaction that will solve your concerns and produce the highest profit when selling your business.
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The Secret Life Of Kids

Author : James W. Peterson
ISBN : 9780595132102
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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It all began when James Peterson was a camp counselor and two children, watching him meditate, described the colors they saw around his form: “…we saw colors coming out of his stomach. And the outside was purple, then it was blue, then it was yellow, then reddish and light yellow in the middle.” Studies indicate that almost seven percent of young children have such psychic experiences. For the most part, they don’t tell anybody about them for fear of being ridiculed. But the author believes it would be psychologically healthy for them to relate such occurrences to adults if they feel the need. In this book Peterson has put together a charming collection of case-histories about such psychic episodes. He believes they should be accepted as factual: that frequently they emanate from the “wisdom of innocence” present in youngsters. The question of the secret life of kids is examined by Peterson from the point of view of philosophy, occultism, and child psychology. He suggests why and how such experiences manifest, and their potential value to the child’s growth pattern.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

House Of Mirrors

Author : Catherine E. Durham
ISBN : 1645440575
Genre : Family & Relationships
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After the shocking, life shattering realization that her husband was living a secret life, she is determined to get real answers. In her pursuit to understand how this seemingly strong, stable, committed thirty-three-year marriage had been anything but, she reaches out to the one person she knew would have answers. Through painful and heartbreaking discussions, she realized that her life with him was an astonishing manipulation and distortion by this master of deception.
Category: Family & Relationships

Web Of Lies

Author : Sarah Tate
ISBN : 9781447689997
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Web of Lies takes you on an emotional roller-coaster, experienced through the eyes of Sarah Tate, an intelligent, young newcomer to Switzerland who is swept off her feet by an older, more experienced company manager. Within weeks of their meeting, Bill impresses her with a courtship vastly unusual in modern times. He lures Sarah with his intellect along with numerous gifts, expensive restaurants, and trips to luxury hotels. Sarah, who is searching for not only love but security, quickly finds herself falling for the worldly but sensitive and caring man Bill represents himself to be. In Web of Lies, she describes the highs and the lows of what it is like to be involved with a person with Narcissistic Personality Disorder, how to come to terms with the abuse, and most importantly, how to escape.
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My Heart Is An Open Book

Author : Michelle Meece
ISBN : 1468569406
Genre : Family & Relationships
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I have compiled 101 poems of the deepest emotions I have felt throughout my life. From the pain of depression, heartbreak, watching someone live with addiction, and losing loved ones to the joy of true love and the innocent heart of a child. This is my attempt to understand the things that are happening all around me. I may not always find the answer or like the outcome of every situation but poetry has been my outlet...the key to my sanity. If my wordslet someonesee things in a new light and help them overcome something they thought they couldn't live through, then putting my life on display will all be worth it.
Category: Family & Relationships