The Nobels

By Lars W. Ehrlander

The Nobels, written by Lars W. Ehrlander, is a historical romance which started during World War II, and continued after the war ended. It is centered on three young Swedish women, Annika Bengtson and her two friends, Lisa and Camilla, who become attracted to sailors...

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The Real Deal on Love and Men

Getting Smart About Dating, Romance, and Living Happily Ever After
By Michelle McKinney Hammond

Michelle McKinney Hammond has written one of the finest books on relationships that has been produced. Author Hammond in her book The Real Deal on Love and Men explores so many important, direct, hard-hitting issues that are often avoided. She faces the issues that most...

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To Be Called Girlfriend is a Privilege

Achieving The Beautiful Bond Designed For Female Friendships
By Patricia Stuart

Patricia Stuart has an interesting concept in her new book, To Be Called "Girlfriend" is a Privilege. This self-help book with a Christian mindset explores the wonderful bond of female friendships and how they need care to grow. Sisters, best friends, girlfriends are all wonderful...

There's No One Like Mom

Tips, Tools and Strategies for Elder Care
By Carole Alexander

In There’s No One Like Mom: Tips, Tools and Strategies for Elder Care, Carole Alexander presents a handy guide that outlines what it takes to care for an elderly parent in your home. In very personal anecdotes from her life with her aging mother, Alexander...

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The Bullies' Predatory Footprint

By Terri Ryan

Terri Ryan writes with timeliness and conviction in The Bullies' Predatory Footprint. The media has never been more focused on bullying in its many forms, and this book is a great one for pointing out the tragic and awful outcomes that originate from the stress...

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The Keys to a Long Distance Relationship

A Couple's Guide
By Chris Stinchfield, Teresa LaVine

Relationships aren’t easy to begin with, but add the element of being a long distance apart and the difficulty increases exponentially. After making it through the storm and staying together, Chris Stinchfield and Teresa LaVine decided to write The Keys To A Long-Distance Relationship:...

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The Bosshole Effect:

Three Simple Steps Anyone Can Follow to Become a Great Boss and Lead a Successful Team
By Dr. Greg L. Alston, Valerie R. Alston

With sixty-eight percent of employees hovering in the zone of mediocrity, it is no wonder that those above average succeed. The BossHole Effect by Dr. Greg L. Alston and Valerie R. Alston M.A., illustrates the reason for this high level of mediocrity. By defining and...

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Tin Can

The Slitting Edge
By Jerlean S. Noble

Domestic violence has been a horrible way of life for too many women, for too many years. In Tin Can: The Slitting Edge by Jerlean M. Noble, the cycle of abuse is studied closely. Ms. Noble tells the story of Sharon and James, a young...

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The Gift of Life

By Keily J. Adey

The Gift of Life by Keily J. Adey is a lovely accounting of one woman's struggle to conceive a child. After multiple miscarriages, the author and her husband decide to find out what is "wrong". This involves medical testing which reveals that basically, everything is...

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The DNA of Gender Relationships

A lay octogenarian explores the nature and evolution of the male-female relationship as the heart and soul of the human race and life on earth
By Stephen R. Champi

Stephen R. Champi helps the reader better understand the purpose of male and female relationships in his book "The DNA of Gender Relationships." The first chapter deals with the beginning of mankind in various forms that one might believe it could have occurred. There is...

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