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The Last Story

Author : D. Wallberg
ISBN : 9781465377555
Genre : Religion
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The Last Story is the insight view of a collection of myths, legends, fables, prophecies, and facts of an object I discovered several years ago. I knew it had to be something of substantial importance to someone or had an origin beyond this world.
Category: Religion

Did We Create God

Author : Joachim Onyeakor
ISBN : 9781477136973
Genre : Religion
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The author believes that the religious arena has turned into a market place hence anyone can buy God and religious institutions can also canvass for membership to increase their sales. He expresses his dismay at most religions of the world and their levels of hypocrisy, particularly within the Pentecostal Christian community that is fragmenting into untold numbers and has turned into a tool of fraud and deceit; selling God, selling salvation, selling false dreams and false hopes; deploying stage- managed miracles as catch tools and also as tools of mind slavery. He is not comfortable with suicide bombers within the Islamic community who erroneously claim that such extreme level of ugliness will lead them into heaven. He says that the ways religious institutions are conducting themselves lately; we no longer know who created who; whether God created Man or Man created him for a purpose. According to the Christian Bible, Christ did say do unto others as you will have them do unto you; love one another hence the Author begs to know whether others and one another according to Christ mean all races and religious faiths since those golden rules are not being applied by those who told us about Christ. In the name of Capitalism and Materialism, Man has almost turned into a base animal hence making this earth look like a jungle where no rules apply and where conscience and love no more have a place. We live in times when Man create diseases and create their cures. The author believes that since most people especially Africans believe in the Bible information and Bible stories, and the Bible has it that the Pharaohs of Africa did enslave the Israelites in the past, then colonialism and slavery may be human nature and a form of revenge which one must also strive to resist. Colonialism seems to be a form of ugliness just like Apartheid, forceful dominance, slavery and other forms of Mans oppressions and inhumanity against fellow Man which happens from time to time in human history which humanity must also fight to outlive. The author disagrees with the notion that God chooses some people to rule over others, hence he believes that people choose themselves. According to the Christian Bible, Christ did say to his disciples that, greater things shall they do in his name, hence it is time that the so called Christian anointed men of God who are performing miracles only on church stages also walk on water for all to see. Unfortunately, the continent of Africa where it is said that civilization began, has more churches than factories yet the continent has failed to develop.
Category: Religion

When The Muses Came To Call

Author : Donald E. Smith
ISBN : 9781496945419
Genre : Poetry
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This book is a very personal collection of poems and other writings that were written over a period of more than fifty years. They were written at times of strong emotional feelings about love, death, triumphs, tragedies and , even, the most mundane of life's events.It took fifty years for the author to gain the insight , the perspective and the courage to reveal his feelings for all to see. He hopes that the readers will see and recognizesome of the emotion that plays such a big role in the lives of all of us.
Category: Poetry

The Day The Angels Cried

Author : Larry Linam
ISBN : 9781449056858
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The Day the Angels Cried tells the story of an event that made history in the United States of America on June 22, 1980 when a gunman entered the worship services of the First Baptist Church of Daingerfield, Texas. In a matter of minutes, five people lay dead and ten others wounded with hundreds of innocent people wondering if they might be next to face the horror of death at the hand of a madman. For Larry Linam, it was a day that changed his life forever. It was during this worship service that he lost his first born child, Mary Regina Linam, his seven year old daughter. He uses the book to convey the emotions of anger, fear, hatred, and revenge that consumed his life for more than two decades while maintaining a working lifestyle to care for his family. He was living a life torn by a faith in God and a fear that justice would not be served by the courts. The events that unfold in his book as he bears his heart and soul leads the reader on a journey of a downward spiral brought about by depression, anger, and devastation as he makes attempts to exact vengeance upon the murderer of his child and upon the family of the murderer as well. The journey will also lead the reader into the joy and recovery that is found when hope is restored through faith in God and friends that never gave up on Larry Linam. He shares how finding forgiveness and giving forgiveness dispelled the darkness in his life and allowed him to tell the story to thousands and the desire to share with more that God's purpose for believers in Jesus Christ is the most important thing for anyone facing life's challenges.
Category: Family & Relationships

A Touch Of Heaven

Author : Gerald Bergeron
ISBN : 9781426927003
Genre : Religion
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Designed to touch your heart and draw you closer to a relationship with the Creator, the poems in this collection are filled with praise and thoughts about faith. For more than twenty years, author Gerald Bergeron has been writing these poems to demonstrate God's love for you. A Touch of Heaven includes inspiration from many areas such as salvation, judgment, and faith; it draws a picture of what it is like to be close to our Savior and yet so far from a loving relationship with Him. Take a journey through the stories in the Bible. Hear the heart of a Father for His Son who will give His all to save what He holds so dear. Feel the joy as one is brought from betrayal to forgiveness. See the vision of a leper being touched and healed, and feel the power and awe as He speaks to the storm. Stand on the shores of heaven in a place the Bible speaks about. Inspirational and joyful, A Touch of Heaven encourages you to come to know the Savior and to be filled with His love in this poetic adventure.
Category: Religion

Ben Hogan

Author : Tim Scott
ISBN : 9781633191556
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Ben Hogan's accomplishments on the golf course are the stuff of legends, but his life off it was exceedingly private. In this biography, author Tim Scott demonstrates why such public perception was not representative of Hogan's personality, offering a firsthand glimpse into the famous golfer's humor and sensitivity. Hogan wasn't perfect, and many of his fine qualities were never made public until now, as Tim Scott shares his personal experience with Hogan as well as Hogan's friends, family, and acquaintances. Along the way, a clearer picture emerges of Hogan as a man, a golfer, a friend, and a husband.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Blood In The Water

Author : Jane Haddam
ISBN : 9781429951319
Genre : Fiction
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Gregor Demarkian returns in a mindbending case of death and disappearance amongst the wealthy suburban elite. In Waldorf Pines, a very rich, gated suburb of Philadelphia, ostentation and pretension are the order of the day. But even by the local standards, Martha Heydrich is a stone cold pain. She's the stay-at-home wife of a very rich husband, drives a pink sports car everywhere and is on all the prominent local committees. She's fake, into everybody's business and is rumored to be having an affair with a local teenager, Michael Platte. One morning she seemingly vanishes from her house and later that night her husband Arthur returns home to find the pool house ablaze. Once the fire is extinguished, the police discover two bodies—one is Michael Platte and the other, too damaged to be recognizable, is presumed to be Martha Heydrich. The police think they know what happened—that Arthur killed his wife and her lover over the affair. But then the DNA results come back and the second body isn't Martha's at all, it is an unknown man. With their theory in tatters, and Martha nowhere to be found, the police to turn to ex-FBI agent Gregor Demarkian to help them unravel this most puzzling of cases.
Category: Fiction

A Practical Handbook For The Boss

Author : Jim Willis
ISBN : 9781491760734
Genre : Business & Economics
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Successful managers and leaders know that despite what many believe, things don’t have to be bigger, faster, and more complicated to succeed. In this practical guidebook for bosses, you’ll learn how to incorporate good old-fashioned values and common sense to help employees achieve goals. Examining how successful leaders overcome challenges will give you the knowledge you need to: • inspire confidence in others by being consistent; • consider policies before implementing them; • communicate with employees instead of harassing them; • promote positive attitudes in the workplace. The guide is small enough to carry with you and includes space throughout so you can write down what type of leader you want to be, what positive attributes will improve your chances of success, what negative traits are holding you back, and more. As you learn management strategies, you’ll be able to reflect back and apply what you’ve learned to build better relationships with employees and get them excited about achieving business goals. Our world today expects everything to be bigger, longer, faster and more complicated to be successful. We often have the misguided idea that it has to be those things in order to be good. Nothing can be farther from the truth! The problem with this is most people don’t have time to “jump through all the hoops” that many professionals expect in order to be seen as “successful”. It’s time that we got back to some good, old-fashioned values when it comes to supervising other people. A Practical Handbook for the Boss is a short, easy to read handbook that is small enough to carry with you and allows you to be a part of the publication by including your own ideas and successes as an administrator. In other words, it helps you see your own successes and builds on them. Hopefully, it will help you be more sensitive to your employees, more focused on your goals, happier in your personal life, and be a better boss.
Category: Business & Economics

The Last Project

Author : Michael Joseph
ISBN : 9781477129784
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Imagine a world renowned theme park in one of the most popular cities on earth where millions of families have saved for months, sometimes years, to take their family for a once in a lifetime experience. Almost overnight it becomes the central locale for organized crime. In the middle of this criminal organization stands one defenseless man who must battle the cynical leader and his lieutenants of an organized crime outfit known locally as the Circle. To save himself and his family, he must also face and conquer his own demons inside first. This is inspired by true events that will fascinate you beyond your wildest imagination. The Circle is controlled by an extremely wealthy, eccentric and envious individual whose corruption can only be rivaled by that of an evil dictator. A reputable and much respected construction manager has no choice but to stand toe to toe with the Circle and its leader to protect his family. The lies, deception, betrayal and greed will change many lives forever. His life, family and friends begin to slip away and he must decide to face his reality and risk his own fate. Michael is out to prove he will give his life to save his familys life through his actions, not just words. The Last Project was nearly the last act Michael performed to save his wife, he and his childrens life. Now it has become a David versus Goliath saga that will drive your desire for more, page after page and chapter after chapter.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Paramedic Pearls Of Wisdom

Author : Guy H. Haskell
ISBN : 0763738700
Genre : Medical
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A review manual that will help its readers learn some basic and intermediate pre-hospital emergency medicine, prepare for state and national certification and refresher exams.
Category: Medical

Bog Tender

Author : George Szanto
ISBN : 9781927366097
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A tribute to nature’s influence on the creative process, Bog Tender is a stunning memoir that explores nature and the act of writing, and where the two intersect. Accomplished fiction author George Szanto lives and writes on a bog that cuts his property in two. Rather than filling in the wetland, he has embraced it as a site of inspiration. Pieced together in 12 chapters—one for each month of the year—this enchanting narrative explores how Szanto’s writing process is affected by the bog’s transformations throughout the seasons. Through each chapter, the author searches for the moments of greatest consequence to him, from his parents’ escape from Hitler’s Vienna to his time spent studying in Germany, and from meeting his future wife and becoming a parent, to his adventures in Mexico. Set in a place where city is left behind for rural space, Bog Tender is about home and the intricate connections that evolve under and above the water.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

All Fired Up

Author : Malcolm Castle
ISBN : 9781409134381
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A unique and gloriously nostalgic account of one eventful year in the fire service for readers who loved books such as CALL THE MIDWIFE and TRUST ME, I'M A VET. Nothing about the county fire service was quite what Malcolm expected when he joined the watch in Shrewsbury. As the newest member of the service he was first in line when swans terrorised the high street - and when a flock of owls got stuck on the roof of his local pub. Eighteen years old and more than ready to rush into burning buildings to save fair damsels in distress, young Malcolm soon realised he was more likely to be jumping into slurry pits and rivers to rescue any number of unfortunate animals. But for all the embarrassing situations Malcolm found himself in there were heart-stopping dramas too - and tragic farm and house fires. As he learns on the job and begins to win the respect of the old-timers, Malcolm starts to feel that maybe, one day, he just might make it as a fireman. But first he has to catch the eye of the smiley secretary in the office opposite the station ... Funny, moving and gloriously nostalgic, All Fired Up paints a unique portrait of rural Britain - and shows just how surprising a fireman's life can be.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Diary Of A Strong Black Woman

Author : Lashana L. Duvall
ISBN : 9781479738694
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Giving honor to the man whose ahead of my life, it wasn’t for the strength I got from him and just believing in myself. I wouldn’t be able to start this book about my life. I was inspire to turn my journal into a book of events that happen in my life. I’ve made mistakes in my life, where I was able to learn from them. I have to give all thanks and praise to the almighty God himself for giving me the opportunity to write this book. Everyone has a story behind us that will inspire the next person to have an abundant life. This is my life story and the only thing is fiction are the names because I had to be creative. Hope you enjoy it. When you read it, remember don’t point fingers because only God can judge me. You have to walk a mile in my shoes in order to be where I am and going. Be encourage in one mind to know we learn from everyone and everything has a purpose as well as a reason. And special recognition to these following people because of you played a very important role in my life an in this book. Antonia Allison, Tanye Overton, Monica Morris-Triplett, Tiffany Oliver, Jason McDaniel, Andrea Carthan, Lashana Baker-Tilson, and Shamieka Matthews-Dean. Thank you for keeping me on my toes and letting me know that I can do anything with God being first. Inspire not to settle for nothing by the best.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Stephanie Clover

Author : Rachel Bramble
ISBN : 9781857566369
Genre : Fiction
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Offering insight into the hardships and desperation suffered by many of the clients under Social Services' care, this engaging narrative focuses on one woman's search for a new, rewarding career choice. Exploring her desire to help others—although intensely frustrating at times—proves captivating to the men in her life, illuminating the need for stability as well as love in both the personal and professional relationships of women.
Category: Fiction

The Day The Catskills Cried

Author : Wayne E. Beyea
ISBN : 9780595623426
Genre : True Crime
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On May 24, 1977, Trudy Resnick Farber was abducted from her home by a masked, armed intruder, taken to a remote wooded mountainside and buried alive! A million dollar ransom demand was made for her release. The Day the Catskills Cried is the complete and true story concerning a horrific crime that shook the Catskill region of New York.
Category: True Crime

Day Of Atonement

Author : Alex Archer
ISBN : 9781460381267
Genre : Fiction
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A reckoning that will destroy them all… Trials, persecutions, false accusations, the Inquisition—for archaeologist and TV host Annja Creed, the current episode they're taping for her show is a fascinating one. But while Annja is filming the last segment in France, a vicious "accident" nearly kills her. It looks to be unintentional…until a man calling himself Cauchon claims responsibility. The name Cauchon strikes a chord in the exceptionally—some might say unnaturally—long memory of Annja's friend and mentor Roux. Discovering the old man's secret years ago, Cauchon wanted to blackmail Roux before fate put the matter to rest. Or so Roux thought. Now this powerful fanatic has turned from seeking out the divine to meting out "justice." Vengeance. And he will single-handedly resurrect the violence of the Inquisition to ensure that Annja and her friend are judged and found guilty. With so much at stake, Annja may soon find that friendship can be fatal.
Category: Fiction

Camel In A Snowstorm

Author : Chérune Clewley
ISBN : 9781469102887
Genre : Fiction
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The story begins with the discovery of a skeleton in the woods behind a small New England college during the Thanksgiving holiday. The medical examiner informs the police that the victim was definitely male, definitely murdered, but not the person whose wallet was found with the body. The Dean of Students becomes a suspect in the eyes of Lieutenant Harding, who is in charge of the investigation. But the Dean disappears, his study is ransacked, and he is found murdered. The investigation takes the reader from Boulder, Colorado to the mountains of Canada. The Boston police almost catch up to the perpetrator, but he slips through their net, and begins a run through Maine and into Vermont.
Category: Fiction