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27 novels by John Wainwright
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Overview: John Wainwright was an extremely prolific British crime author. Wainwright published 78 crime novels, a short-story collection and four non-fiction works between 1966 and 1984, an average of three books a year. Wainwright always led a very private life, almost never giving interviews and rarely appearing in public, while enjoying a steady if not spectacular success in his lifetime. As a consequence of this, his name is all but forgotten nowadays (his death went completely unrecorded by newspapers and reference books until 2003), and a critical assessment of his huge output is still yet to come, considering also that all his books are currently out of print.
Genre: Crime

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The books in this collection are:

A Nest of Rats
A Ripple of Murders
All on a Summer’s Day
All Through the Night
An Urge for Justice
Blayde, RIP
Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me
Duty Elsewhere
Hangman’s Lane
Landscape With Violence
Man of Law
Spiral Staircase
Take Murder…
The Crystallised Carbon Pig
The Day of the Peppercorn Kill
The Eye of the Beholder
The Forest
The Forgotten Murders
The Jury People
The Ride
The Tenth Interview
The Venus Fly-Trap
Their Evil Ways
Thief of Time
Who Goes Next?

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Roman Mysteries Complete Collection by Caroline Lawrence
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Overview: A bumper eBook collection of all 17 Roman Mysteries adventures including The Thieves of Ostia, The Secrets of Vesuvius, The Pirates of Pompeii, The Assassins of Rome, The Dolphins of Laurentum, The Twelve Tasks of Flavia Gemina, The Enemies of Jupiter, The Gladiators From Capua, The Colossus of Rhodes, The Fugitive From Corinth, The Sirens of Surrentum, The Charioteer of Delphi, The Slave-Girl From Jerusalem, The Beggar of Volubilis, The Scribes From Alexandria, The Prophet From Ephesus and The Man From Pomegranate Street.

Packed with action, mystery and adventure!
Genre: Collections Historical Fiction


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19 books by Jose Saramago
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Overview: JOSE DE SOUSA SARAMAGO (1922-2010) was a Portuguese writer, journalist and playwright. He was the recipient of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Literature. The Nobel committee praised his "parables sustained by imagination, compassion and irony", and his "modern skepticism" about official truths. Harold Bloom described Saramago as "the greatest living novelist" and considered him to be "a permanent part of the Western canon", while James Wood praised "the distinctive tone to his fiction . . . because he narrates his novels as if he were someone both wise and ignorant."
Genre: Fiction > Novels & Short Stories > Literature | Non-Fiction > Autobiography, Travel

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Senhor José is a low-grade clerk in the city’s Central Registry, where the living and the dead share the same shelf space. A middle-aged bachelor, he has no interest in anything beyond the certificates of birth, marriage, divorce, and death that are his daily routine. But one day, when he comes across the records of an anonymous young woman, something happens to him. Obsessed, Senhor José sets off to follow the thread that may lead him to the woman-but as he gets closer, he discovers more about her, and about himself, than he would ever have wished. The loneliness of people’s lives, the effects of chance, the discovery of love-all coalesce in this extraordinary novel that displays the power and art of José Saramago in brilliant form.

A “brilliant…enchanting novel” (New York Times Book Review) of romance, deceit, religion, and magic set in eighteenth-century Portugal at the height of the Inquisition.

A city is hit by an epidemic of "white blindness" which spares no one. Authorities confine the blind to an empty mental hospital, but there the criminal element holds everyone captive, stealing food rations and raping women. There is one eyewitness to this nightmare who guides seven strangers-among them a boy with no mother, a girl with dark glasses, a dog of tears-through the barren streets, and the procession becomes as uncanny as the surroundings are harrowing. A magnificent parable of loss and disorientation and a vivid evocation of the horrors of the twentieth century, Blindness has swept the reading public with its powerful portrayal of man’s worst appetites and weaknesses-and man’s ultimately exhilarating spirit.

In this, his last novel, José Saramago daringly reimagines the characters and narratives of the Old Testament, recalling his provocative The Gospel According to Jesus Christ. His tale runs from the Garden of Eden, when God realizes he has forgotten to give Adam and Eve the gift of speech, to the moment when Noah’s Ark lands on the dry peak of Ararat. Cain, the despised, the murderer, is Saramago’s protagonist.

On the first day of the new year, no one dies. This of course causes consternation among politicians, religious leaders, morticians, and doctors. Among the general public, on the other hand, there is initially celebration—flags are hung out on balconies, people dance in the streets. They have achieved the great goal of humanity: eternal life. Then reality hits home—families are left to care for the permanently dying, life-insurance policies become meaningless, and funeral parlors are reduced to arranging burials for pet dogs, cats, hamsters, and parrots. Death sits in her chilly apartment, where she lives alone with scythe and filing cabinets, and contemplates her experiment: What if no one ever died again? What if she, death with a small d, became human and were to fall in love?

Tertuliano Máximo Afonso is a divorced, depressed history teacher. To lift his spirits, a colleague suggests he rent a certain video. Tertuliano watches the film, unimpressed. But during the night, when he is awakened by noises in his apartment, he goes into the living room to find that the VCR is replaying the video. He watches in astonishment as a man who looks exactly like him-or, more specifically, exactly like he did five years before, mustachioed and fuller in the face-appears on the screen. He sleeps badly. Against his better judgment, Tertuliano decides to pursue his double. As he roots out the man’s identity, what begins as a whimsical story becomes a "wonderfully twisted meditation on identity and individuality" (The Boston Globe). Saramago displays his remarkable talent in this haunting tale of appearance versus reality.

In 1551, King João III of Portugal gave Archduke Maximilian an unusual wedding present: an elephant named Solomon. In José Saramago’s remarkable and imaginative retelling, Solomon and his keeper, Subhro, begin in dismal conditions, forgotten in a corner of the palace grounds. When it occurs to the king and queen that an elephant would be an appropriate wedding gift, everyone rushes to get them ready: Subhro is given two new suits of clothes and Solomon a long overdue scrub. Accompanied by the Archduke, his new wife, and the royal guard, these unlikely heroes traverse a continent riven by the Reformation and civil wars, witnessed along the way by scholars, historians, and wide-eyed ordinary people as they make their way through the storied cities of northern Italy; they brave the Alps and the terrifying Isarco and Brenner Passes; across the Mediterranean Sea and up the Inn River; and at last, toward their grand entry into the imperial city.

A brilliant skeptic, José Saramago envisions the life of Jesus Christ and the story of his Passion as things of this earth: A child crying, the caress of a woman half asleep, the bleat of a goat, a prayer uttered in the grayish morning light. His idea of the Holy Family reflects the real complexities of any family, and—as only Saramago can—he imagines them with tinges of vision, dream, and omen. The result is a deft psychological portrait that moves between poetry and irony, spirituality and irreverence of a savior who is at once the Son of God and a young man. In this provocative, tender novel, the subject of wide critical discussion and wonder, Saramago questions the meaning of God, the foundations of the Church, and human existence itself.

In this “ingenious” novel (New York Times) by “one of Europe’s most original and remarkable writers” (Los Angeles Times), a proofreader’s deliberate slip opens the door to romance-and confounds the facts of Portugal’s past.

JOURNEY TO PORTUGAL: In Pursuit of Portugal’s History and Culture
When José Saramago decided to write a book about Portugal, his only desire was that it be unlike all other books on the subject, and in this he has certainly succeeded. Recording the events and observations of a journey across the length and breadth of the country he loves dearly, Saramago brings Portugal to life as only a writer of his brilliance can. Forfeiting the usual sources such as tourist guides and road maps, he scours the country with the eyes and ears of an observer fascinated by the ancient myths and history of his people. Whether it be an inaccessible medieval fortress set on a cliff, a wayside chapel thick with cobwebs, or a grand mansion in the city, the extraordinary places of this land come alive.

Combining bitter satire, outrageous parody and uncanny hallucinations, this collection of José Saramago’s earliest stories from the beginning of his writing career attests to the novelist’s imaginative power and incomparable skill in elaborating the most extravagant fantasies. Each tale is a wicked, surreal take on life under dictatorship: in ‘Embargo’ a man drives around a city that is slowly running out of petrol; ‘The Chair’ recounts what happens when dictator Salazar falls off his chair and dies; in the Kafkaesque ‘Things’ the life of a civil servant is threatened as objects start to go missing.

Manual of Painting and Calligraphy was José Saramago’s first novel. Written eight years before the critically acclaimed Baltasar and Blimunda, it is a story of self-discovery set against the background of the last years of Salazar’s dictatorship. A struggling young artist, commissioned to paint a portrait of an influential industrialist, learns in the process about himself and the world around him. The brilliant juxtaposition of a passionate love story and the crisis of a nation foreshadows all of Saramago’s major works.

Thought-provoking and lyrical, The Notebook records the last year in the life of José Saramago. In these pages, beginning on the eve of the 2008 US presidential election, he evokes life in his beloved city of Lisbon, revisits conversations with friends, and meditates on his favorite authors. Precise observations and moments of arresting significance are rendered with pointillist detail, and together demonstrate an acute understanding of our times. Characteristically critical and uncompromising, Saramago dissects the financial crisis, deplores Israel’s punishment of Gaza, and reflects on the rise of Barack Obama.

Raised from the Ground follows the changing fortunes of the Mau Tempo family—poor landless peasants not unlike Saramago’s own grandparents. Set in Alentejo, a southern province of Portugal known for its vast agricultural estates, the novel charts the lives of the Mau Tempos as national and international events rumble on in the background—the coming of the republic in Portugual, the two world wars, and an attempt on the dictator Salazar’s life. Yet nothing really impinges on the grim reality of the farm laborers’ lives until the first communist stirrings. Raised from the Ground is Saramago’s most deeply personal novel, the book in which he found the signature style and voice that distinguishes all of his brilliant works.

On election day in the capital, it is raining so hard that no one has bothered to come out to vote. The politicians are growing jittery. Should they reschedule the elections for another day? Around three o’clock, the rain finally stops. Promptly at four, voters rush to the polling stations, as if they had been ordered to appear. But when the ballots are counted, more than 70 percent are blank. The citizens are rebellious. A state of emergency is declared. But are the authorities acting too precipitously? Or even blindly? The word evokes terrible memories of the plague of blindness that hit the city four years before, and of the one woman who kept her sight. Could she be behind the blank ballots? A police superintendent is put on the case.

With his characteristic compassion, depth, and wit, Saramago shows us the quiet contentment of a happy family and the infectious poison of an unhappy one. We see his characters’ most intimate moments as well as the casual encounters particular to neighbors living in close proximity. Skylight is a portrait of ordinary people, painted by a master of the quotidian, a great observer of the immense beauty and profound hardships of the modern world.

When the Iberian Peninsula breaks free of Europe and begins to drift across the North Atlantic, five people are drawn together on the newly formed island-first by surreal events and then by love. “A splendidly imagined epic voyage…a fabulous fable” (Kirkus Reviews).

A man went to knock at the king’s door and said, Give me a boat. The king’s house had many other doors, but this was the door for petitions. Since the king spent all his time sitting at the door for favors (favors being offered to the king, you understand), whenever he heard someone knocking at the door for petitions, he would pretend not to hear . . ." Why the petitioner required a boat, where he was bound for, and who volunteered to crew for him, the reader will discover in this delightful fable, a philosophic love story worthy of Swift or Voltaire.

The year: 1936. Europe dances while an invidious dictator establishes himself in Portugal. The city: Lisbon-gray, colorless, chimerical. Ricardo Reis, a doctor and poet, has just come home after sixteen years in Brazil.

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Harlequin Presents: January 2015 by Various Authors
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Overview: You want alpha males, decadent glamour and jet-set lifestyles. Step into the sensational, sophisticated world of Harlequin Presents, where sinfully tempting heroes ignite a fierce and wickedly irresistible passion!
Eight new Harlequin Presents titles are available each month!
Genre: Collections > Romance

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To Sin with the Tycoon by Cathy Williams (Seven Sexy Sins #1)

With the quirk of an eyebrow, Gabriel Cabrera can get anything he wants!
That is until he meets PA Alice Morgan and realises three things:
1. He’s jealous…a first.
2. He’s in pursuit…also a first.
3. She’s immune to his charms…definitely a first!
So he’ll draw her to him — his every word an innuendo promising pleasure, his every touch sinfully seductive — and sweet, virginal Alice will come to him willingly so Gabriel can claim his prize…

Fonseca’s Fury by Abby Green (Billionaire Brothers #1)

It’s hot in the jungle…
The last time Luca Fonseca saw Serena DePiero, he ended up in a jail cell. The Brazilian billionaire has since clawed back his reputation, but he’s never forgotten her. So when Luca discovers Serena’s working for his charity, his anger reignites!
Serena has changed. Finally in control of her life, she refuses to let Luca intimidate her. She’ll deal with whatever her new boss throws at her—from a rain-forest trek to the social jungle of Rio! But she can’t handle the passion that flares hotter than Luca’s fury.
Especially when it threatens to consume them both!

The Last Heir of Monterrato by Andie Brock

He’s fallen twelve thousand feet from the sky… Now he knows exactly what he wants! Rafael Revaldi is focused on the future. He needs an heir, but to have one he’ll face his toughest challenge yet – winning back his estranged wife! Lottie returns to the castle she once called home with newfound strength. But can she risk her heart again to give them the child they both so desperately want?

Sheikh’s Desert Duty by Maisey Yates (The Chatsfield #9)

A Chatsfield Scandal! Journalist Sophie Parsons needs a scoop to stop the sale of her friend’s hotel chain. And she’s found it! But being abducted by a sheikh goes way beyond the call of duty… Sheikh Zayn Al-Ahmar has a wedding to arrange, a sister to protect and a country to rule. He’s not going to let one woman bring it all down with a headline! Kidnapping Sophie seemed like a good idea, but soon her delectable company puts everything he values at risk. Only one mistress can rule Zayn’s heart-will it be Sophie, or his duty? Welcome to The Chatsfield, New York!

The Secret His Mistress Carried by Lynne Graham

Hiding from the Greek…
The ink is barely dry on Giorgios Letsos’s divorce papers, but there’s only one thing on this unstoppable Greek’s mind: finding Billie Smith, his mistress before his marriage. But the sweet, pliable woman he once knew slams the door in his face!
Billie fought hard to heal her broken heart after Gio chose to marry someone else. When he storms back into her life, she’s determined not to fall for his seduction again. Especially now that she has a secret to protect…their
But she hadn’t counted on just how badly he wants her back in his bed!

Inherited by Her Enemy by Sara Craven

All property I bequeath to Andre Duchard… ‘ As the final words of Virginia Mason’s stepfather’s will are read the silence in the room is deafening. Suddenly innocent Ginny’s life has been shattered. With no inheritance, her future – and her family’s – is entirely in the hands of enigmatic Frenchman Andre Duchard. Andre is outrageously attractive and everything that Ginny despises in a man – arrogant and cynical. But one devastatingly sensual kiss later virgin Ginny is already in over her head! How can she convince Andre she’s not part of his inheritance when she so desperately yearns for his complete possession?

Nine Months to Redeem Him by Jennie Lucas (One Night With Consequences #6)

This is all I can give you, he said. Do you agree?
Yes, I whispered, my lips brushing against his. I hardly knew what I was saying. I could think of nothing other than the darkly powerful Edward St. Cyr. I was too lost in the moment, lost in pleasure that made the world a million colors of twisting light. I gave him my body, which he wanted, and my heart, which he didn’t. Had I just made the biggest mistake of my life? Maybe when he knows about our baby it will heal his wounded heart, so he can love us both.

The Russian’s Ultimatum by Michelle Smart

He’ll make her an offer… Pascha Virshilas is on the brink of securing personal redemption when Emily Richardson breaks into his office and steals private company documents. And then she has the gall to blackmail him into clearing her father’s name! She can’t refuse! But Pascha has his own terms. He’ll keep his side of the bargain, but the enticing Emily must accompany him to his private island – the only place he can ensure her silence. But in the midst of a tropical storm the wind blows aside suspicions and secrets to reveal something much more dangerous: lust!

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Smith’s Monthly collection by Dean Wesley Smith
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Overview: One hundred thousand words of original fiction every month from USA Today bestselling writer Dean Wesley Smith.
Genre: Collections > General Fiction


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44 Novels by Jeffery Deaver
Requirements: .ePUB Reader | 37.2 MB | Version: Retail
Overview: Jeffery Deaver is the #1 international bestselling author of over thirty novels and three collections of short stories. His books are sold in 150 countries and translated into 25 languages. His first novel featuring Lincoln Rhyme, The Bone Collector, was made into a major motion picture starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie. He’s received or been shortlisted for a number of awards around the world.
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense


Jeffery Deaver
  An Acceptable Sacrifice (2012)
  The Blue Nowhere: A Novel (2001)
  The Bodies Left Behind: A Novel (2009)
  The Devil’s Teardrop (2010)
  Double Cross (2017)
  Edge (2010)
  Garden of Beasts: A Novel of Berlin 1936 (2005)
  The Lesson of Her Death (2009)
  A Maiden’s Grave (1996)
  Mistress of Justice (2011)
  More Twisted: Collected Stories, Vol. II (2006)
  The October List (2013)
  Praying for Sleep (2001)
  The Sequel (2016)
  Speaking in Tongues (2000)
  Surprise Ending (2017)
  Triple Threat (2013)
  Trouble in Mind: The Collected Stories, Volume 3 (2014)
  Twisted: The Collected Stories (2003)
  The Victims’ Club (2018)
James Bond (Extended Series)
  [37] Carte Blanche (2011)
John Pellam
  [1] Shallow Graves (1992)
  [2] Bloody River Blues: A Location Scout Mystery (2001)
  [3] Hell’s Kitchen (2001)
Kathryn Dance
  [1] The Sleeping Doll (2007)
  [2] Roadside Crosses: A Kathryn Dance Novel (2009)
  [3] Xo (2012)
Lincoln Rhyme
  [1] The Bone Collector (1998)
  [2] The Coffin Dancer (1999)
  [3] The Empty Chair (2000)
  [4] The Stone Monkey (2002)
  [5] The Vanished Man (2003)
  [6] The Twelfth Card (2005)
  [7] The Cold Moon (2006)
  [8] The Broken Window (2008)
  [9.5] A Textbook Case (2013)
  [11] The Kill Room (2013)
  [11] The Skin Collector (2014)
  [11.5] The Deliveryman: A Lincoln Rhyme Short Story (2016)
  [12] The Steel Kiss (2016)
  [1] Manhattan Is My Beat (2000)
  [2] Death of a Blue Movie Star (1990)
  [3] Hard News (1991)

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Harlequin Presents August 2015 #2: The Greek Demands His Heir, The Perfect Cazorla Wife, The Marakaios Baby, Claimed for His Duty by Lynne Graham, Michelle Smart, Kate Hewitt, Tara Pammi
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Overview: Lynne Graham was born on July 30, 1956 of Irish-Scottish parentage. She has livedin Northern Ireland all her life. She grew up in a seaside village with herbrother. She learnt to read at the age of 3, and haven’t stopped since then.
Genre: Fiction > Romance


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THE GREEK DEMANDS HIS HEIR (Notorious Greeks) by Lynne Graham

Leo Zikos is pleased to have secured a perfectly convenient fiancée, until Grace Donovan’s impeccable beauty tempts him to pursue one last night of freedom… But that night, and the positive pregnancy test that follows, blows Leo’s plans apart!


Charley Cazorla strides back into her soon-to-be ex-husband’s life with a plan. Except Raul has his own ideas! To save Charley’s business, the Spaniard demands his own payment: she must resume her role as the perfect wife—in every sense!

THE MARAKAIOS BABY (The Marakaios Brides) by Kate Hewitt

Margo Ferras knows that she must give up devishly seductive Leo Marakaios in order to protect her heart. But when she discovers that she’s pregnant with his child, Margo walks back into Leo’s life and asks him to marry her!

CLAIMED FOR HIS DUTY (Greek Tycoons Tamed) by Tara Pammi

Stavros Sporades agreed to marry heiress Leah Huntington to protect her, but now she’s demanding a divorce! Stavros wants proof Leah’s troubled past is behind her, but one night of desire reveals that she might have been innocent all along…

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Harvard Business School Case Studies by HBS
Requirements: .PDF reader, 38.2 MB
Overview: This is a collection of HBS case studies. Extremely helpful for MBA students, small businesses and enthusiasts
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Collections


    Private Equity Investment in Russia: Alliance Cellulose Limited
    Procter & Gamble: Always Russia
    Barnes and Noble part A
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    Barnes and Noble part C
    Leadership Online: Barnes and Noble Vs Amazon
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    Brand Report Card Article
    Building Brand: A Roadmap
    McDonald’s Corporation (Condensed)
    McDonald’s Corporation (Complete)
    Staples: A Year in the Life of a Start-Up
    ZOOTS — The Cleaner Cleaner
    Cisco Systems: Web-enablement
    Cortlandt Town Center
    Cranberries: National Cranberry Cooperative
    Dan Gordan
    Donner Company
    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
    Walt Disney’s Dennis Hightower: Weaving Together the European Operations
    Euro Disney Hightower: Taking charge
    Note on Operating Exposure to Exchange-Rate Changes
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    Changing channels: The impact of internet on Distribution Strategy
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    Kristens Cookies
    Manzana Insurance
    Marquee: The Business of Nightlife
    Montague Corporation
    Note on the Retailing Industry
    Note of Store location
    Doing Business in Russia: Negotiating in the "Wild East"
    Hitting the Wall: Nike and International Labor Practices
    Process Fundamentals
    How to avoid getting lost in Numbers
    Product Development. Partnerships: Balancing the. Needs of OEMs and Suppliers
    Office Design Partners Thailand
    Online Portals
    Online Retailers
    Execution: The missing link in retail operations
    Organizing work in service firms
    OXO International
    Pacific Dunlop
    Procter & Gamble has been in Eastern Europe
    Note on How to Approach POM Cases
    Strategy and the Internet
    Torgovy Preobrazhensky
    How to fail in Project Management
    Raychem Corporation Interconnection Systems Division
    The Hostile Bid for Red October
    The old Pillars of New retailing
    Rocket Science Retailing Is Almost Here–Are You Ready?
    Confronting the Challenges that Face Bricks-and-Mortar Stores
    The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company
    Selling Books Online in Mid-1998
    Note on Service Mapping
    Shanghai VW
    Southern Pulp Paper
    Stonyfield Petro
    SouthWest Airlines America
    Trading Foods in Russia
    Tricon Restaurants International: Globalization Re-examined
    WalMart Mexico
    WalMart update
    White Nights
    The Worldwide Web and Internet Technology: Technology Note
    Yahoo!: Business on Internet Time
    The Zhulebeno Plaza

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21 Sci-Fi Books by Mack Reynolds
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.49 MB
Overview: Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds was an American science fiction writer. His pen names included Clark Collins, Mark Mallory, Guy McCord, Dallas Ross and Maxine Reynolds. Many of his stories were published in "Galaxy Magazine" and "Worlds of If Magazine". He was quite popular in the 1960s, but most of his work subsequently went out of print.
Genre: Fiction > Sci-Fi/Fantasy

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Ability Quotient
When the Asian Wars were over Major Bert Alshuler had few prospects, until Mid-West University asked him to take part in an "educational experiment" that would test the effect of certain drugs on his I.Q. The project was top secret, but it looked like an easy way to make money and get an education, so Bert saw no reason to worry – until his girlfriend was kidnapped…and someone tried to kill him.
And then he discovered just what the drugs were doing to him – he was more than an educational experiment…HE WAS THE FIRST MAN OF THE NEW HUMAN RACE.

After Utopia
It is the far future. Earth is a beautifully planned, efficiently run and happily united. But still it is a world with problems- people have become so lazy, so self-satisfied, that human progress has all but ceased. Addicts of the newly-developed "programmed dreams" are increasing at an enormous rate. Only a few individuals realize that the human race is destroying itself. This book is about what those few people do.

Day after Tomorrow
The time is the future. The government is a corrupt and inefficient bureaucracy, mainly concerned with protecting the profits of large corporations. The Movement is a new and non-violent revolutionary group seeking to replace the political mess with a just and scientifically efficient socioeconomic system.
The Movement was staffed by some of the world’s greatest intellectuals and scientists; unfortunately, they were amateurs in the business of revolution. The government could call on an army of ruthless professional agents – and they had no scruples about using violence.

Depression or Bust and Dawnman Planet
The two complete novels presented in this book are typical examples of Mack Reynolds’ exceptional talents. Dawnman Planet is a classic interplanetary adventure of the United Planets Organization, a popular feature of many of Reynolds’ novels, and its attempts to prevent a power hungry madman and an advanced alien intelligence from conquering the galaxy. And Depression Or Bust, a novel making its first paperback appearance, is a biting but insightful satire on the political chaos resulting from an economic collapse that sweeps the United States of the future.

Earth Unaware
Ezekiel Joshua Tubber exploded onto the consciouness of the world with the force of an atom bomb. A self-proclaimed prophet, Tubber, accompanied by his sexy young daughter, struck terror into the hearts of the Establishment with his uncanny power to influence mankind by a form of mass telepathy that appeared irresistible.
When Tubber managed to convince a complacent technological society to give up its TV sets, its radios and movies, he unleashed a reaction that only the forces from above could resolve!

What was the secret of San Raphael? It held too many faces from the past. Alex Germain recognized a former lover..then a noted intellectual..and a handsome, courtly Italian. All as young, as vital, as when Alex had first met them–decades earlier. Alex demanded the truth..but he had nothing to do with the murders that began to strike San Raphael. Suddenly the little Mexican village crackled with violence. Battle had been joined. To the losers: nothing but death. To the winners: eternity

His assignment was to get things done; he definitely did so. Not quite the things intended, perhaps, but definitely done. A classic SF tale, edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. for Analog Science Fact & Fiction, May 1963.

Galactic Medal of Honor
THE GALACTIC MEDAL OF HONOR was the most important, the most coveted award of all time. It was given only to a handful of the bravest and most self-sacraficing of those defending earth from the mysterious alien invaders that had appeared fifty years before. It was almost always given posthumously.
The Bearer of this medal became the idol of all mankind, would never want for any necessity or luxury — would never want for anything.
Everyone on Earth sought that medal….One man was going to cheat to win it — and live to regret it.

Home Sweet Home 2010 A. D.
Driven from their ancestral lands when the U.S. discovered uranium there, the Apaches declared war–even though it meant facing the overpowering might of the U.S. Army. Washington had trouble already in New Mexico. Ross Prager, charismatic head of the vocal Posterity Party, was in hiding there, lying low while the government tried to bury his reforms–and Ross. Tough luck for both causes? Only until Prager and the Apaches joined forces. And when they brought in the unstoppable Chutzba family–Franny, Sweet Alice, and all–Washington panicked.

Medal of Honor
"Lieutenant, how would you like to capture a Miro class cruiser?"
Don laughed nervously. He said, "We’ve never captured a Kraden ship intact. — A One Man Scout against a Miro class cruiser?"
Demming grunted. "If we could arrange for you to capture such a vessel, there would be little doubt of you getting the Galactic Medal of Honor, Lieutenant."
Don said, "Why? And why me, and what’s your percentage?"
"Lieutenant Mathers," Rostoff said patiently, "the bearer of the Galactic Medal of Honor is above law. He carries with him an unalienable prestige of such magnitude that . . ."
Demming grunted. "Believe me, Lieutenant Mathers, there are an incredible number of laws which have accumulated down through the centuries to hamper the business man. It is a continual fight to be able to carry on at all. The ability to do no legal wrong would be priceless in the development of a new frontier." He sighed again, so deeply as to make his bulk quiver. "Priceless."

Once Departed
When the world’s ace secret agents crash a party in Spain, they’re onto something monstrous. . .an ominous threat to world peace. . .It looked like a Convention of Secret Agents, thought the famous columnist Quentin Jones. Not one of them had been invited to the party of the distinguished Hungarian scientist. The Hungarian was known for advocating World Government. . .and for grafting a second head on a dog. . .but Quentin Jones suspected him of far more chilling experiements. Quentin runs up against former Nazi war criminals. . .and a series of weird murders that lead straight to. . .him.

Perchance to Dream
It looked remarkably like a sterile, cold metallic coffin. It was the Intuitive Computer, a fantastic invention that would allow a user to assume the identity of any historical figure – Napoleon, Cleopatra, Hitler – anyone who ever existed. The possessor of this top-secret device would be able to witness the building of the pyramids, the crucifixion, the discovery of America. The Intuitive Computer would revolutionize the studies of history, archaeology, anthropology; it would eventually revolutionize the entire entertainment and leisure industry. The lives of every person on Earth would be changed because of it. IT WAS PROBABLY THE MOST DANGEROUS INVENTION IN THE HISTORY OF THE HUMAN RACE.

Police Patrol: 2000 A.D.
Mack Reynolds has always been admired for his ability to portray the world of the future in its varied aspects – social, political, scientific and economic. Now, he presents his readers with an imaginative and action-packed look into the everyday life of a twenty-first century policeman.

"For some forty years critics of the U.S.S.R. have been desiring, predicting, not to mention praying for, its collapse," says Mack Reynolds in this story’s preface. "For twenty of these years the author of this story has vaguely wondered what would replace the collapsed Soviet system. A return to Czarism? Oh, come now! Capitalism as we know it today in the advanced Western countries?" "Oh, if he’d only seen!, " we find ourselves thinking. Still, Reynolds has seen something, and he has a lot to say about it. See for yourself!

Space Visitor
It is sometime in the near future. . . The nations of Earth have drawn closer together – there is even hope that a new era of cooperation and progress will soon begin.
These dreams of lasting peace are shattered by one momentous discovery. One of the members of an international team of scientists stationed on the moon has found an alien spacecraft – with all its incredible technology and weaponry intact. The discovery shatters the illusion of peace on Earth, as each nation joins the mad scramble to learn the terrible secrets entombed by alien visitors eons before.

The Common Man
It would, of course, take a trio of Ivory Tower scientists to conceive of tracking down that statistical entity, the Common Man, and testing out an idea on him. And only the Ivory Tower type would predict that egregiously wrongly! Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds was an American science fiction writer who wrote under the pen names Dallas Ross, Mark Mallory, Clark Collins, Dallas Rose, Guy McCord, Maxine Reynolds, Bob Belmont, and Todd Harding. His works include a focus on socioeconomic speculation, usually expressed in explorations of Utopian societies.
Classic work by the first author to write an original novel based on the Star Trek series (the novel was "Mission to Horatius")

The Cosmic Eye
Morris should have functioned perfectly in the rigid totalitarian society of the future where every thought, evey word, every action was controlled by the superstate. A state where everyone was watched night and day by the Great Eye of the internal security forces,
It was a strange, in many ways inhuman world, but the rewards were great for those who belonged to the right caste.
Morris belonged to the master class which ruled the entire world by brain power or brutality depending on which was needed. Morris was born right at the top – he had everything the Technate Society could provide – and yet he didn’t belong.
Nonconformity could mena liquidation, but he was prepared to take the risk.

The Space Barbarians
John of the Hawks was a proud, young man, proud of his people, proud of his heritage, and proud of his ability to count coup on his clann’s traditional enemies. He knew what was right and what was wrong – the four great books had laid down the way things had to be.
Which is why the uncouth ways of the clannless drifters from space outraged him so. Not only did these peddlers know nothing of the finesse of proper combat, they knew nothing of the respect due to such things as the coup stick, the right way to capture a wife, and the sanctity of the clann’s elders.
Worse still, they had some idiotic notion that that cheap silvery metal so commonly used for plumbing and horse-bits, known as platinum, was somehow of special merit.
Well, one could excuse an outrage or two on the grounds of ignorance, but there came a time when any good clannsman, such as John certainly was, must decide to teach these barbarians from space a lesson!

Tomorrow Might Be Different
What would the world be like if the Russians discovered how to beat us at our own capitalistic game, and began dumping inexpensive, quality goods on the world market? In this brand new novel, Mack Reynolds deposits us into just such a future. It is a world where America is rapidly being turned into a second-rate power as its industries go bankrupt. A world that is falling under the wheels of the Soviet juggernaut, peacefully and passively. It is a world where the U.S. has only one way to retaliate – by bringing a little religion into the Soviet Union a very special religion

Trample an Empire Down
They had a Guaranteed Annual Income and an automated world where no one had to work – but there was nothing to do!
When Morris and his friends ran out of beer, there was only one alternative – they decided to overthrow the government!

Ultima Thule
Ronny Bronston has dreamed all his life of getting a United Planets job that would take him off-world. He finally gets the opportunity when he is given a provisional assignment with Bureau of Investigation, Section G. But will he be able to complete his assignment and find the elusive Tommy Paine?

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Harlequin NASCAR Series (29, 31-33, 35, 37-39, 41-46, 48, 51, 52, 54, 57, 64) by Various
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Overview: Harlequin NASCAR® is a series of category-length special-release titles, all of which involve NASCAR®-related romance stories. The books are part of a special licensing agreement between Harlequin and NASCAR®.
Genre: Fiction > Romance


Harlequin NASCAR 29 – Michele Dunaway – Hart’s Victory

Harlequin NASCAR 31 – Ken Casper – Running on Empty

Harlequin NASCAR 32 – Helen Brenna – Peak Performance

Harlequin NASCAR 33 – Bethany Campbell – Truth and Consequences

Harlequin NASCAR 35 – Ken Casper – Hitting the Brakes

Harlequin NASCAR 37 – Anna Schmidt – Slingshot Moves

Harlequin NASCAR 38 – Jean Brashear – Extreme Caution

Harlequin NASCAR 39 – Michele Dunaway – Out of Line

Harlequin NASCAR 41 – Michele Dunaway – Tailspin

Harlequin NASCAR 42 – Wendy Etherington & Liz Allison – Risking Her Heart

Harlequin NASCAR 43 – Liz Allison & Wendy Etherington & Brenda Jackson & Marisa Carroll & Jean Brashear – Nascar Holiday 3, A

Harlequin NASCAR 44 – Marisa Carroll – Victory Lane

Harlequin NASCAR 45 – Ken Casper – Scandals and Secrets

Harlequin NASCAR 46 – Jean Brashear – Black Flag, White Lies

Harlequin NASCAR 48 – Helen Brenna – From the Outside

Harlequin NASCAR 51 – Ingrid Weaver – Within Striking Distance

Harlequin NASCAR 52 – Bethany Campbell – One Track Mind

Harlequin NASCAR 54 – Nancy Warren & Debra Webb & Gina Wilkins – Very NASCAR Holiday, A

Harlequin NASCAR 57 – Wendy Etherington & Liz Allison – Winning It All

Harlequin NASCAR 64 – Maggie Price & Carol Stephenson – What He Didn’t Say

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