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Begotten: A Cocktail for Murder with a Splash of Romance

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By Sheridan Wray Brett and H.M. Brett

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“A must read.”

“I loved this book! I couldn’t put it down, it was easy to read, and spine tingling, at times. The characters were realistic and easily engaging.”

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Two sisters, Jacqueline and Jeri, have rented a rustic cabin for a week on South Lake Tahoe's shore owned by the Kelly family. Emma Kelly, the daughter of Lex Kelly, a wealthy New York businessman, has been missing for three weeks. The police have no clues, leads, or suspects. On the first day of Jacqueline and Jeri's vacation, they discover the gruesome remains of a woman in the closet of an old mansion located next door to the cabin they have rented.

Shocking as this crime may be, it is not the soul of the book. It becomes clear that the murder victim holds secrets for the reader.

As Jacqueline and Jeri venture farther into the mystery, Jacqueline, too, disappears. Time is running out as pending doom surrounds the two sisters.

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The Tall Poppy Syndrome

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By Doug Garland

"My goal in writing about TPS and sharing my experiences with others is that readers of Tall Poppy Syndrome will learn about this syndrome and discover answers to these questions and more."

This book describes the history of TPS, with a full section devoted to societal benefits of tall poppies and their qualities. Other chapters describe emotions and syndromes such as bullying and schadenfreude, both which have similarities to TPS, as well as examples of Tall Poppies, Fallen Poppies, and cutters.

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Who Ate the Missing Cake?

Find the Hidden Cake on Every Page!

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Story by Carmel Greenberg

Illustrated by Randy Jennings

Join us in searching for clues to solve this mystery. Detective Bear will share his magnifying glass with you. As you read through the pages, you will know what to do. Look for the hidden cake, and you'll be a detective too!

For fans of Where's Waldo - Carmel's books offer a similar experience, albeit for much younger reader.

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YOU X 2: Peer Mentoring for Success

by Elaina Zuker

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Packed with simple and practical ideas, this is a "must read" if you want to "up" your game in today's world. Peer-Mentoring is a powerful technique for achieving success in a focused, target and accelerated way. Using clearly defined separate goals, two individuals form a mutual "Support for Success" contract to achieve real results in any category of Life (Career, Health, Personal).

If you want to increase your productivity, enhance your earning power, achieve your goals, and reach more overall success in your life (whether measured in money, expertise, or relationships), then read You x2. Peer Mentoring™ is a system in which two people agree to support each other based on complementary skills and needs, and the partners create a ‘contract.’ The purpose of this process is to create a productively paired ‘buddy system’ to help both of you achieve your individual goals.

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New Arcadia: Stage One

by Eric Jason Martin

A FISTFUL OF TOKENS

From Eric Jason Martin, the director of Kate McKinnon and Emily Lynne’s Heads Will Roll, and Maximum Fun’s Bubble, comes an all-new adventure for fans of Ready Player One.

New Arcadia: Stage One is an epic journey back to the year 199X, an ancient era where you must use your fists, your wits, and your pager to survive.

In real life, the year is 2023, and life is not great. John Chambers is a middle-aged man in a dead-end job, trapped in his home in the desert. But in the immersive virtual world of New Arcadia, John becomes Blaze, a young urban fighter in a retro beat ‘em up city. Blaze has incredible speed and strength, and absolutely zero lower back pain.

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30 Weeks 1 Day

A Memoir of Strength, Survival and Mental Health

30 Weeks 1 Day: A Memoir of Strength, Survival and Mental Health

by Diana Nicholls

When Diana Nicolls was ten weeks pregnant, she found out she had Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome - a rare pregnancy where twins share one placenta and a network of blood vessels.⁣ Her complicated pregnancy took a huge toll on her mentally and physically, and the grief and anxiety still lingers three years later.

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Turning Data into Wisdom

How We Can Collaborate with Data to Change Ourselves, Our Organizations, and Even the World

Turning Data into Wisdom by Kevin Hanegan

by Kevin Hanegan

Turning Data into Wisdom presents a 6-phase, 12-step process to help those at all levels of an organization use their knowledge, skills, and experience to make data-informed decisions that can help transform their companies-and sometimes, even the world. The many real-life examples and case studies as well as tools, definitions, and templates will help you feel equipped and empowered to understand, seek out, and discuss data with others, ultimately using this information to make the best decisions for your business and the people it serves.

In this book, you will discover the following:

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