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By Jeanne Elaine Northrop
Deconstructing Tara is the story of a girl who apparently has everything but who is unable to negotiate the perils of her times. She becomes a woman during the mid-1970s, but she was raised in a much less frenzied environment, one in which time seemed to stand still. Sex left the bedroom and the bordello in the ’70s and took to the streets, disco dance floors, front pages, movies, and runways. Women were encouraged to display themselves as sexually active and receptive as part of their “liberation.” For many this was in fact, liberating. For others like Tara, it was confusing and upsetting. For one who had grown up thinking love and sex were equivalent, the disintegration of sexual morality presented unimagined hazards. Like Emma Bovary and Anna Karenina, in her heart Tara believes that romantic love is a woman’s ultimate achievement, but she is torn because of her desire to be a business success, and her associates do not grasp the struggle occurring behind her finely crafted exterior.
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By Sonia Diana
This Book is a Collection of Shared Moments the Author encountered in her time spent in God's Presence; He Revealed things to her in a manner that she would understand, and apply to her life in practical ways. She shares these Moments with you in the hopes that you too, will be able to understand and apply to your life those things that God Will Reveal to you, for yourself, while you read. "I hear Him Speak - Arise!" is a book purposed to ignite within you the desire to have a deeper relationship and a closer walk with your Heavenly Father. A book to be shared with those Christians who are going through various dilemmas in life, but want to be able to count it all Joy concerning those things, so that they can walk out of the fire without smelling like smoke. This Book ignites deep desire to seek a deeper relationship with God. It encourages Christians who want to live and enjoy Christian Living through all life's ups and downs; understanding how to communicate and seek God for Wisdom through practical ways of looking at themselves through His Eyes. I sincerely hope and pray that you enjoy the reading of this Book, and that the invitation to meditate on the Insight provided, ignites your desire for a deeper relationship with The Father. May God Continue to bless you Real Good.
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By Macklenan F. Hasham

Macroeconomics in Small Island States brings to the reader similar subjects as in a traditional economics reader, but now in the context of small islands.  To insure a level of societal well-being an island state develops an economic infrastructure that can be useful to attract foreign investors, and makes efforts to obtain continuous financing for activities to boost social and economic progress as well as international competitiveness.
 
The colonial domination of the past and the long history of foreign transnationals as major economic actors, influence economic thinking, especially with respect to the focus on what should constitute basic industries and the transition to global competiveness. Additionally, changes in the domestic and international socio- economic environment and natural disasters can impact the ability of the island state to fulfill its debt service obligations negatively.
   
These aspects put major pressure on the management of the internal economy, while investments in foreign capital goods apparently tend to have lower growth effects than would generally be expected from the domestic marginal propensity to consume.
 
The publication gives attention to these issues and more and makes reference throughout to contributions to economic thinking by scholars in the Caribbean region.


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By Christine Kriha Kastner

Japan has long been known as the Land of the Rising Sun, but it is now better known as the Land of Cat-Cafes, Green-Tea Matcha Lattes, Love-Hotels and Orion Beer!

Together, Don and Christine Kastner traveled to Japan to attend the 5th Uchinanchu Festival on the small Pacific island of Okinawa, where Chris once lived as a teenager in the 1960s with her U.S. Army father and family.

The sound of choppers hovering overhead . . . takes me back to my childhood. I grew up hearing them in the background . . . or coming in for a landing. It was a comforting background sound—along with the roar of jets streaking through the skies. I was a military brat.


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By H. Eugene Lehman
This book traces the history of English law and government for fourteen centuries, from the withdrawal of Roman Legions from Britannia to separation of England’s New World colonies and the ratification of the Constitution of the United States. The governments of the United States and Great Britain, although separate now for over two centuries, share a deep common heritage. The starting point for American legal history goes back to the roots of English common law. This narrative follows the evolution of Anglo-American common law. The chapters are arranged as a collection of brief biographies that credit in chronological order the individuals whose contributions to law and justice helped to create the tranquil civil world most of us enjoy today. The model for English colonial government in the New World was the common law that had evolved over centuries in England. In much of history, laws were created to protect the wealth and power of those who enjoyed social privilege. Gradually, equity and justice in the protection of basic human rights of common mankind became compelling concerns of law and government. Slowly, even the rights of minorities whose members differed from the mainstream in language, religion, culture, and ethnicity became a concern of justice. Each upward step in legal equity has been a move from injustice to a little less injustice. The evolutionary path toward greater justice has had its ups-and-downs. Reverses in justice occurred with the Anglo-Saxon invasion after the fall of Ancient Rome, with the Norman Conquest of 1066, in the Wars of the Roses, and in the vain self-serving reign of Henry VIII. Periods of notable advance in the history of law came with personal contributions of Alfred the Great, Henry Plantagenet, Simon de Montfort, Edward Longshanks, Good Queen Bess, Thomas Egerton, Edward Coke, Oliver Cromwell, and Founding Fathers of the United States Constitution. All these events are revisited. The author has expressed original opinions and explanations of the record that will disagree in some instances from interpretations of these events here by others. The author hopes that this informal telling of a story, will contribute to an appreciation that living today in an enlightened time that aspires to provide equal justice for all under common law is far superior to tribal life in a far distant Dark Ages when might-made-right and getting-even was the accepted goal of justice by tribal barbarians. H. Eugene Lehman, Chapel Hill, NC, USA 2014
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By Hewitt Freiburg
The archaeologist couldn’t be happier. He finally has permission to return to his old site; he can complete his research before he retires. But then he finds a box with a date that is 300 years too old for where he is digging. Worse yet, the box contains documents that one would only expect to have come from Constantine’s Library. If they are authentic, it could mean that 2000 years of history need to be rewritten. He solicits the aid of two friends, who discover that a strange map from a London gallery and murders in Boston, London, Paris and New York are tied to this box.
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By Lila Cohen
Why God Made Trees is an interactive kind of book for children. The value of having trees around, the different usage of it, and the relationship between the man and the tree.
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By Don Taylor

Buggin’ : A Brother’s Tale, focuses on Jerome Mitchell, a college professor in Charlotte, NC, who finds himself one third of a triangle including Yolanda Walker and Bernard Fox; a triangle of narcissism, obsession and passion.

Beginning with Jerome’s divorce from his wife of 12 years, the story catapults he, Yolanda and Bernard toward a confrontation on the battlefield of love, longing and desire. Jerome struggles with understanding his place in a world he’s been away from for over 12 years. Through trial and error, Jerome picks his way, never knowing how close he is to a war he can’t win.


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By Beth A. Curry
Ladies man C.J. is an officer who is assigned to one of the toughest cases he’s ever come across. Not just because the victim is the beautiful Angela who he is inexplicably drawn to despite every fiber of his being telling him to stay away. But also because it requires him to entertain the possibility that the Supernatural world might be more real than he ever thought. Now, against everything he’s ever known, he must cross into that world in order to protect Angela and uncover secrets about his own past.
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By Precious L. Glover
Are you facing hard times? Do you feel like giving up? Are the ways of life getting you down? You can definitely start experiencing Kingdom life; Childlike Faith, is a book of inspirational poems Jesus has given me to share with anyone that may be facing trials and tribulations. Childlike Faith, encourages the soul by helping you overcome them; just like Jesus did for me. Childlike Faith, not only helps you to be victorious in any situation, but it gives you the opportunity to get to know Jesus ( a man of Great Works). These inspirational poems will increase your faith without doubting that Jesus is far greater than any circumstance, issue, problem, concern, worry or burden we could ever face. Childlike Faith, lets you see things in a new light, no matter what takes place you can still have the joy of the Lord on the inside. Jesus always will take care of his children if you will believe.
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By Sophia D. Moore
This book encourages readers to communicate, cope, and deal with trauma, fear, and loss. Children will learn skills for appropriately expressing their feelings though words, creating a foundation to build upon that will be just as effective in adulthood and for the rest of their lives.
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By Casey Camden
A book about more than basketball. “Bummy and the Coach” is about life, relationships, politics in school systems, and a small town. A middle aged coach and a 97 year old man team up together to create a winning basketball season and a winning book for readers of all ages.
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By Thomas A. Whiting Jr
The Montgomery family was the cornerstone of what a family should be to everyone looking in. But as they always say, looks can be deceiving. Even in a family, there is a breaking point; a line you don’t cross. The Montgomery family has crossed that line and now there is no turning back. Richard Montgomery Jr, who was the ideal son to everyone, did what he was supposed to do for his family, even at the sake of his own happiness. What price is he willing to pay for his own happiness and his own piece of mind? Thelma Montgomery, who was the centerpiece of the family, kept them together and she did,no matter the cost. There were no ifs ands or buts, as far as she saw it. Angelia Montgomery finds out that there is a big difference between getting what you want and wanting what you have. And Angelia’s greed for more will soon be her downfall because there is always a price to pay either way. At what cost is she willing to take that chance? Each of them has a secret they wish never to reveal, but secrets are almost never always kept hidden; they will at some point show themselves.
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By Monica Hayes

The first “interlude” is entitled The Lake and it involves a journey of self-exploration that takes place in a lush verdant hide-a-way. The Lickin is a short piece filled with deliciously wicked imagery absolutely designed to curl your toes. Back to Back Belly to Belly, one of my favorites is probably the stuff of every woman’s fantasies. I had great fun figuring out where all the parts would go! What’s in a Name? is to get you thinking about how we communicate about the little things. The Party is a delightful fantasy full of spontaneity and boldness. I’ll bet you’ll find yourself wondering what you would do in this situation. The Stranger was a definite challenge and one I know I need to think about more. As with many of the interludes, the spirit might move me in an entirely different direction the next time. Take a peek at Assume the Position and you’ll see what I mean. Sweet Sticky Thing pushed me because I allowed myself to be pushed. I guess sometimes what you don’t know can be good to you.


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