Download Death in December by Shonah Stevens (.ePUB) (.MOBI)

Death in December by Shonah Stevens (Jayne Belmont Mysteries #1)
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Overview: When headmaster James Leibinger finds one of his teachers dead, the police write it off as suicide. After all Dorian Jones had plenty of problems.
However, James is convinced Dorian was murdered, but how can he prove it?
The he remembers a chance encounter with a female private detective – Jayne Belmont. Would she be able to solve this mystery?
Jayne is faced with an entire staff of teachers and an ex-wife who would all like to see the back of Dorian. What’s more they all seem to have had opportunity. Jayne slowly narrows down her suspects, but when another body falls to their death and all the suspects were in the same room, the case becomes impossible to solve.
Or does it?
Join Jayne on her ups and downs in this murder mystery set in the city of Palmerston in Australia’s torrid Northern Territory where the heat and humidity combine with circumstances to test Jayne’s wits almost to breaking point.
Genre: Mystery

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Download The Good Sister by Kyla Stone (.ePUB) (.MOBI)

The Good Sister by Kyla Stone
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Overview: Twenty-year-old Emilyn prides herself on being good—a good girlfriend, a good daughter, a good sister. But when her manipulative, drug-addicted sister makes a wild accusation against their father, Emilyn’s safe and predictable world explodes into turmoil.
Torn between her devastated parents and the sister she could never understand, she’s forced to make an impossible choice. Which one will she betray?
Genre: General Fiction

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Download A Joosr Guide to Influence by Robert Cialdini (.ePUB)+

A Joosr Guide to Influence by Robert Cialdini
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Overview: In today’s fast-paced world, it’s tough to find the time to read. But with Joosr guides, you can get the key insights from bestselling non-fiction titles in less than 20 minutes. Whether you want to gain knowledge on the go or find the books you’ll love, Joosr’s brief and accessible eBook summaries fit into your life. Find out more at joosr.com.

Are the choices you make really your choices, or is someone else influencing you? Whether you realize it or not, your most critical daily decisions could be in the hands of cunning “compliance professionals” who are focused on one job: making you say “yes”. Their tactics are insidious, numerous, and incredibly effective-unless you know their secrets.

Our society is full of information, coming at us fast every day in ever-increasing amounts. To keep up, our brain creates helpful shortcuts to make our decisions easier-but those shortcuts can be used to manipulate you into decisions you may not want to make. In Influence: Science and Practice, you’ll learn the science behind the tricks used by salesmen, realtors, fundraisers and more, and you’ll discover the secrets to making sure your decisions remain your own.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Psychology

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Download Fingernail Moon by Janie Webster (.ePUB)

Fingernail Moon: The True Story of a Mother’s Flight to Protect Her Daughter by Janie Webster
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Overview: Fingernail Moon, the true story of a mother and daughter’s courageous journey. An inspiring story of Janie Webster’s daring quest to save her daughter’s life.

When Webster discovered that her husband had sexually abused their daughter, her seemingly content life changed forever. She began divorce proceedings, but the court allowed unsupervised visits between father and daughter. Then her husband was diagnosed with AIDS. Terrified that he could further abuse and even infect their daughter, Janie Webster knew that she had to flee.

Mother and daughter embarked on a five-year journey around the world. Although often discouraged, they found within their physical journey a deep spiritual meaning. With God’s guidance, they established and reestablished new lives in the countries where they stayed, finding people they could trust who provided them with friendship and assistance. Despite the threat of deportation and imprisonment hanging over them, they sensed the hand of God engineering their safe passage.
Genre: Non-fiction; biographies, memoirs

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Download Arrested Hearts by Holly Stratimore (.ePUB)

Arrested Hearts by Holly Stratimore
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Overview: Officer Randi Hartwell doesn’t always play by the rules when it comes to the law—or women. Committing herself to a job she hates is a sacrifice she owes her brother. After all, she cost him his life. But when Randi pulls over Jule Chapin for a traffic stop, Jule stirs up feelings that challenge those beliefs.
Eight months ago, Jule’s girlfriend died of a sudden heart attack at age thirty-two. Now Jule is on a mission to avoid the same fate by drastically changing her lifestyle. In her desire to find meaning in her own life, falling for a reckless cop doesn’t fit into her plans at all.
The two are drawn to each other for reasons they can’t explain. When the stress of police work threatens to push Randi over the edge, they discover that life and death decisions are more complicated than they thought.
Genre: Romance, Lesbian FF, LGBT

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Download Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (.MP3)

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (Throne of Glass 01)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 336.2 MB, 12 hrs and 47 mins
Overview: After serving out a year of hard labor in the salt mines of Endovier for her crimes, 18-year-old assassin Celaena Sardothien is dragged before the Crown Prince. Prince Dorian offers her her freedom on one condition: she must act as his champion in a competition to find a new royal assassin.

Her opponents are men-thieves and assassins and warriors from across the empire, each sponsored by a member of the king’s council. If she beats her opponents in a series of eliminations, she’ll serve the kingdom for four years and then be granted her freedom. Celaena finds her training sessions with the captain of the guard, Westfall, challenging and exhilarating. But she’s bored stiff by court life. Things get a little more interesting when the prince starts to show interest in her … but it’s the gruff Captain Westfall who seems to understand her best.

Then one of the other contestants turns up dead … quickly followed by another. Can Celaena figure out who the killer is before she becomes a victim? As the young assassin investigates, her search leads her to discover a greater destiny than she could possibly have imagined.
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy | Audiobook

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Download Read My Heart by Jane Dunn (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

Read My Heart: Dorothy Osborne and William Temple, A Love Story in the Age of Revolution by Jane Dunn
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Overview: From the bestselling author of Elizabeth and Mary, the remarkable love story of Dorothy Osborne and Sir William Temple, set against the turbulence and romance of 17th-century England.
Sir William Temple (1628-99), handsome and intelligent, son of a staunch Parliamentarian, become a celebrated essayist and diplomat in Charles II’s time. Captivating him from their first meeting, when he was just 20, Dorothy Osborne (1627-1696) was an intellectual romantic from a family of committed Royalists. After a long and at times desperate courtship, in which Dorothy rejected numerous other suitors (including Henry Cromwell, son of the Lord Protector), they married in 1654. Their union had been fiercely opposed by both their families, but they went on to build a passionate marriage that brought personal tragedies and public triumphs and betrayals during the huge political upheavals of the age. Their relationship was intellectually collaborative; both were gifted writers, and possessed of strikingly modern sensibilities. Seventy-seven letters written by Dorothy to William during their long clandestine courtship survive, masterpieces of wit and style, with a conversational intimacy that transports the reader to her side. Both were at the social and political centre of life: confidants of William of Orange and Mary, who were instrumental in promoting their marriage, contemporaries of Pepys, and employers of Jonathan Swift.
Drawing upon extensive research and the Temples’ own extraordinary writings, Jane Dunn brings to life their remarkable story, offering a rare perspective on one of the most turbulent periods of British history.
In illuminating the personal lives, politics and passions of two endearing and independent-minded people, she brilliantly captures not only the story of a marriage, but the spirit of a dawning modern age.
Genre: Biography

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Download The Mulligan Planet 2 by Zachariah Dracoulis (.ePUB)

The Mulligan Planet 2 by Zachariah Dracoulis (The Mulligan Planet Trilogy #2)
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Overview: Months have passed since the start of the zombocalpyse, but times are only getting harder for the charming, British vampire known as John Prince. In a time where friends are dropping like flies and enemies fight with bangers, beans and mash dangling about, John and his gaggle of highly trained misfits have begun to question whether there’s any bloody point to it all any more.
A recount, based in Australia, of the alien invasion and consequent zombie infection; this emotive story blurs the lines between laugh-a-minute comedy and heart-wrenching drama, all the while being held together with high-octane action and good ol’ zed slaughter.
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy

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Download Imagining the Middle East by Matthew F. Jacobs (.ePUB)

Imagining the Middle East: The Building of an American Foreign Policy, 1918-1967 by Matthew F. Jacobs
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Overview: As its interests have become deeply tied to the Middle East, the United States has long sought to develop a usable understanding of the people, politics, and cultures of the region. In Imagining the Middle East, Matthew Jacobs illuminates how Americans’ ideas and perspectives about the region have shaped, justified, and sustained U.S. cultural, economic, military, and political involvement there.

Jacobs examines the ways in which an informal network of academic, business, government, and media specialists interpreted and shared their perceptions of the Middle East from the end of World War I through the late 1960s. During that period, Jacobs argues, members of this network imagined the Middle East as a region defined by certain common characteristics–religion, mass politics, underdevelopment, and an escalating Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict–and as a place that might be transformed through U.S. involvement. Thus, the ways in which specialists and policymakers imagined the Middle East of the past or present came to justify policies designed to create an imagined Middle East of the future. Jacobs demonstrates that an analysis of the intellectual roots of current politics and foreign policy is critical to comprehending the styles of U.S. engagement with the Middle East in a post-9/11 world.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History, Politics

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