Kidnapped By Nuns

And Other Stories of a Life on the Radio
By Bob Fuss

In Kidnapped By Nuns, Bob Fuss talks of his days at Stanford, that when he joined, his intention was to become a lawyer. But his association with freshman Pete Williams, who later went on to become a much acclaimed NBC News correspondent, changed all that. He...

Introducing Economic Actualism

Second edition
By David Billings

Introducing Economic Actualism by David Billings introduces a new thesis; that mankind’s history is “the confusion of actual and nominal wealth." The book begins with a thorough discussion on the essential principles - Uncertainty, Certain Deviation and Confusion. But applying these principles, the study of...

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Screwed

Dancing with the Generals
By Sergiu Viorel Urma

Screwed: Dancing with the Generals by Sergiu Viorel Urma is a historical memoir, an autobiography of Urma, a reporter for The Associated Press news agency in Communist Romania. Urma spent forty years as an Associated Press reporter in Romania, Eastern Europe, and in the US....

Crossing Swords

Mary Baker Eddy vs. Victoria Claflin Woodhull and the Battle for the Soul of Marriage
By Cindy Peyser Safronoff

Crossing Swords: Mary Baker Eddy vs. Victoria Claflin Woodhull And the Battle for the Soul of Marriage by Cindy Peyser Safronoff begins with an overview of the evolution of culture and marriage laws in America, and from there explores nineteenth-century alternative relationship models. Following closely...

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Maximizing Your Injury Claim

Simple Steps To Protect Your Family After An Accident
By Matthew D. Dubin

Maximizing Your Injury Claim: Simple Steps To Protect Your Family After An Accident is a non-fiction self-help book written by Matthew D. Dubin. The author does not show you how to pursue your own injury claim; rather his book is designed to instruct the reader...

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How a Good Person Can Really Win

By Pavan Choudary

How a Good Person Can Really Win is an excellent book by Pavan Choudary on how strategy and values affect the successes and follies of people in the world of work and politics. The book characterises two types of people; the vile and the naive....

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Masters of Life on Good Life and Good Society

Conversations between Tom, Guru Dick and Guru Harry
By Tommy S. W. Wong

Masters of Life on Good Life and Good Society by Dr. Tommy S.W. Wong presents, through conversations with two gurus, Guru Dick and Guru Harry, contrasting views on different aspects of life, like basic needs, social needs, longevity or religion. Questions such as “What...

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When Reality Hits

From WW II to the New World Order
By Arthur Berm

When Reality Hits by Arthur Berm is not one of those stories where one says, as the author tells it, “Oh! That reminds me,” and bores some poor soul with its narration. The book begins with a quote from Einstein: “The world will not be...

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Lead with Mercy

The Business Case for Compassion
By Robert Goodson

Lead with Mercy: The Business Case for Compassion by Robert Goodson is an excellent book based on the importance of compassionate leadership in the workplace. I found the book insightful, well substantiated and interesting to read. Goodson expands the word mercy as an acronym which...

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Hidden History

An Exposé of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover-Ups in American Politics
By Donald Jeffries

Hidden History by Donald Jeffries is an in-depth analysis of the major events that have shaped the course of the United States for the last fifty years. Beginning with the JFK assassination, Donald has critically analyzed every US event of national significance. Included are analyses...

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