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  • The Dark Attic

    by Tom Voychehovski and Lucas Prater

    The Dark Attic is a magical story of developing a friendship between Alex and Stephen, a wheelchair boy. Their adventures with thugs, crows, a beautiful girl, Alex lost mother, and the magic of Tai Ji are mixed with being sucked into computer reality or an ancient legend's world.

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  • Lobster Wars

    by Mark E. Greene

    Lobster Wars is a tight, fast-paced social satire focusing on what happens when reality TV comes to a small fishing village in Maine. The locals think they're going to get famous and rich. But it's never that easy. Especially when Connor Nichols, a telegenic outsider, a guy from away, gets a lobster fishing license, buys a boat and horns in on their territory and their shot at fame and fortune. The TV show airs to great ratings only increasing the pressure, the craziness. Not to mention what happens when a few unsavory characters see the show and decide to get in on the action. With filming about to begin, everything now hinges on season two. But that’s okay, it’s reality TV, what could go wrong?

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  • Jaguar’s Claw

    by Brooks Yeager

    Taz Blackwell isn’t looking for trouble. His last diplomatic mission nearly cost him his life, as well as his best shot at love on the island he calls home. But an old friend asks his help in fighting the threat of wildfire in the Brazilian Amazon, and the unwanted trouble lands right on his doorstep, in the form of a beautiful jaguar tracker whose saucy façade hides a dangerous secret and a difficult past. His new assignment will test him in ways beyond his wildest imaginings. The mysteries he encounters in the forest will change his life and try the strength of a new but rocky romance, and the enemy he makes there will return to haunt both. You won’t want to miss Jaguar’s Claw, the explosive sequel to Brooks Yeager’s prize-winning Chilly Winds, a Chincoteague Intrigue. The second chapter in the saga of our favorite swashbuckling diplomat offers all the intellectual tension and reckless adventure which captivated readers the first time out, along with the exotic locales, unique characters, and local knowledge that make Taz’s stories so entertaining, especially when set against the backdrop of one of today’s most critical environmental challenges.

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  • Leading Diversity for Competitive Advantage: The Twelve Strategic Competencies

    by Peter Linkow

    Despite investing billions of dollars, abundant evidence demonstrates that the world’s institutions are making scant progress toward the promise of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The central cause: top leaders lack the means to construct and implement comprehensive diversity strategies that are responsive to the unique circumstances of the organizations they helm. Leading Diversity for Competitive Advantage: The Twelve Strategic Competencies provides the evidence-based strategic models, methods, tools, and templates that top leaders require to create equity and inclusion and drive sustainable diversity competitive advantage in talent and customer markets. Peter Linkow, who has devoted his career to the study and practice of diversity and business strategy, delivers the full range of competencies that top leaders need to guide their organizations to strategic diversity success.

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  • The Immigrant

    by Frederic Petrovsky

    An unimaginable adventure. An unforgettable young man. The Immigrant is an uplifting tale of tragedy, triumph, and the struggle to discover what matters most. The year is 1920, and a teenage Russian boy named Lev has just witnessed his entire world go up in flames. His parents killed in a horrific blaze, leaving him homeless and alone, Lev finds himself joining up with a strange traveling circus. He sets off on a dark journey across a bleak landscape of corruption and persecution. Facing violent racists, unscrupulous conmen, seedy thugs, and deadly Russian police, Lev’s travels take him across the ocean, through the Big Apple, and finally to the windswept deserts of America’s Southwest. But even as he searches for his last living connection, he finds himself embarking on another journey, into the mysteries of growing up—and discovering what the word home truly means. An epic journey through a tumultuous period of history, The Immigrant will delight readers with its vivid portrayal of a world lost to time.

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  • For My Sister

    by Puja Shah

    Amla and Asya are sixteen-year-old twins living with their family in a small village outside of Mumbai. While they look alike, they are very different. Asya is known for her quiet grace and understanding, whereas Amla questions authority and breaks rules. Their lives change overnight when their mother becomes ill with cancer and their father succumbs to the massive financial strain of her care in Mumbai and eventually abandons his children. To the twins’ dismay, their grandparents arrange their marriages to older men. When they form a plan and run away to join their mother in the hope for a new life, the girls discover that the world is not what they thought. After trusting the wrong people, a long train ride brings them to the dark streets of India’s largest sex market where they are sold to a ruthless woman. Their only security is each other . . . until they are separated. Though they each discover ways to cope through poetry, art, and romance, they long for the other half of themselves. Will their lives ever intertwine again?

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  • Assassin’s Revenge

    by Samuel G. Tooma

    Dr. Samantha Stone of The SOOF returns for a new adventure in Assassin’s Revenge. After a wildly successful mission in the Sea of Okhotsk, environmental scientist Samantha and Captain Ira Coen’s submarine crew return home as international heroes. For the next year, Samantha leads an idyllic life—until one of the leaders of the Russian coup Samantha helped foil escapes capture. Determined to avenge his failure against those he deems responsible, he crafts a hit list and successfully carries out four assassinations. Samantha would be number five. Suddenly, Samantha’s life is turned upside down as she suffers one horrific attempt on her life after another. But the assassin soon realizes that Samantha is not easy prey. When she decides to turn the tables on the insane, skilled killer bent on her destruction, the resulting cat-and-mouse game is filled with one heart-pounding encounter after another. Who will survive?

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  • The One Just South of Paradise

    by T.X. O'Kelley

    The One Just South of Paradise is the O’Neil family’s nickname for their rustic flyfishing lodge on a remote cay on the edge of the Out Island Bahamas. It is here, and on the majestic saltwater flats to the north, that South Florida surgeon Jack O’Neil finds solace and peace, and forges a bond with his daughter Catherine in their shared pursuit of the elusive ghost of the flats, the bonefish. It is also the story of the Bahamian guide Sebastian and his wife Veronica, and the people of North Andros Island. Their wisdom and grace weave through the lives of the two families, leading Catherine and her father to a deeper understanding of this place and the arc of their lives in and through it. Spanning South Florida and The Bahamas, Catherine narrates a three decade journey through triumph and tragedy for these families, all in pursuit of one true moment in life, art, and flyfishing.

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  • Sita and the Prince of Tigers

    by Winona Howe

    When Sita first meets the Prince of Tigers, she embarks on a journey that will change her life in dramatic ways, a path that will lead to a life filled with deep love and even deeper tragedy. As Sita navigates different worlds, moving from her life in the small village to the jungle, and later to the palace of the Maharajah, she must dig deep within to find the strength to make difficult decisions while staying true to herself. Journey with Sita as she courageously faces new challenges, forms an unexpected family, and experiences tragedy as well as joy. Laugh and cry with her as she navigates the highs and lows of parenting and sees hope in future generations. In beautiful, descriptive, and engaging writing, Sita and the Prince of Tigers examines relatable themes of love and loss, hope and discouragement, and happiness and sorrow. Sita is an appealing protagonist who must deal with the unexpected consequences of her choices—as well as the vagaries of fate. She is an inspiring role model who faces the best and worst of what life can bring, confronting both with courage and a strong sense of purpose.

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  • Business Development Begins Here

    by Tom Watkin

    Whether you’re a business owner, entrepreneur, or technical professional, never has the ability to grow a business been more critical than in today’s ever-changing landscape. Leaders eager to develop these skills will find Business Development Begins Here their go-to resource. Drawing on his twenty-plus years of professional experience leading teams and business development across the globe, Tom Watkin distils the essence of business development into an easy-to-use system comprising three stages—assess, aim, and action. Assessing purpose, goals, and market and aiming effort through consistent planning leads to systematic action that will keep you talking to the right customers and pursuing priority opportunities again and again. The simplicity of the system and its foundation in real-world experience results in a practical guide with lessons that can be applied immediately. This robust system will contribute to significant revenue growth. Don’t miss this opportunity to catapult your business development effort to the next level.

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