Domino Falls by Steven Barnes

Snow falls lightly as two motorcycles the color of arterial blood cross the threshold of the Snug Harbor Motor Court. A Kawasaki Ninja 250R and a Honda Interceptor, driven by two nut-brown young men with long black hair, Darius Phillips and Dean Kitsap. Behind them rolls the school bus they call the Blue Beauty, although […]

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Devil’s Wake by Steven Barnes

ongoing concerns over scattered reports of violent, perhaps drug-induced behavior in the Seattle area,” the newscaster’s voice boomed from the BMW’s Sony speakers, filling the car as trees and farmland zipped past on either side. “While yesterday’s bizarre rampages at a boarding school in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and a diet clinic in West Palm […]

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Steroids: From Physiology to Clinical Medicine

Understanding complex mechanisms of action and key roles in different biological processes in the body has moved steroid science and medicine to expand rapidly in the past decades. Dozens of distinct steroids are identified as both control and target molecules, with regulation of physiological and pathophysiological steroidogenesis recognized as one of the essential research topics […]

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The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

This book precisely and clearly prescribes the proper framework. You must supply the emotional discipline. If you follow the behavioral and business principles that Graham advocates—and if you pay special attention to the invaluable advice in Chapters 8 and 20—you will not get a poor result from your investments. (That represents more of an accomplishment […]

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Old Yeller by Fred Gipson

We called him Old Yeller. The name had a sort of double meaning. One part meant that his short hair was a dingy yellow, a color that we called “yeller” in those days. The other meant that when he opened his head, the sound he let out came closer to being a yell than a […]

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Management, 11th Edition

You’ve made a good decision! You’re taking a college course … maybe more than one. Although you may sometimes feel like you’re wasting your time being in college, you’re not. Yes, it’s expensive. Yes, it’s even sometimes hard. But what you’re doing now will pay off in the long run. In a recent survey of […]

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The Dragonprince’s Heir by Aaron Pogue

The king brought seven regiments of the Guard to the gates of the Tower of Drakes. He brought every man in the legendary corps of the Green Eagles. He brought four wizards, six noblemen, and a servant for every stone in the fortress’s legendary walls. I perched in the battlements near the great north gate […]

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Motion Graphics with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Studio Techniques

In the beginning, there was After Effects—and it was good (so good that a graphics company from California bought it). Once inside the Adobe fold, After Effects grew immensely with new features and capabilities. The most important in our opinion has been integration. Sure, there are lots of sexy features in After Effects, and we […]

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City of Bones: A Thriller by Cassandra Clare

When fifteen-yr-outdated Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Membership in New York Metropolis, she not often expects to witness a murder — a lot a lot much less a murder devoted via three kids coated with uncommon tattoos and brandishing peculiar weapons. Then the physique disappears into skinny air. It is exhausting to call […]

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City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare

Trust is dangerous, and to love is to destroy. Plunge into the fourth installment in the internationally bestselling Mortal Instruments series and “prepare to be hooked” (Entertainment Weekly). The Mortal War is over, and sixteen-year-old Clary Fray is back home in New York, excited about all the possibilities before her. She’s training to become a […]

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The Taste of Night by Vicki Pettersson

Equal parts Light and Shadow, Joanna Archer must fulfill a destiny she never wanted. Once a photographer and heiress to a casino fortune, she is now dedicated to the cause of good . . . but susceptible to the seductions of evil. A deadly virus is descending on Las Vegas—a terrifying plague unleashed by the […]

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Deliver Us from Evil by David Baldacci

THE NINETY-SIX-YEAR-OLD MAN sat in his comfy armchair enjoying a book on Joseph Stalin. No mainstream publisher would touch the delusion-filled manuscript since the author had been unfailingly complimentary about the sadistic Soviet leader. Yet the self-published book’s positive opinion of Stalin appealed greatly to the old man. He’d purchased it directly from the writer […]

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