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Set on an American university campus and in Las Vegas, this mystery and suspense novel explores the use and limits of reason in facing unexpected events.
When sitcom star Logan Maddox enrolls at Prescott High School to live his senior year as a "normal" teenager, his presence sends the school into a frenzy -- with one exception. Introverted Emy Okiwe, a bookworm with a penchant for photography is unimpressed with the handsome young celebrity. Assigned to tutor him, Emy builds a friendship with Logan, drawing him into her quiet world of school and family, which becomes Logan's refuge from constant media attention and his materialistic parents. When Hollywood comes knocking with a prized movie role and a million dollar payday, Logan is forced to make a decision: pursue his dream of furthering his acting career or abandon the happiness he's found with Emy.
THE authoritative, comprehensive biography of the woman whose pin-up provided the inspiration for American soldiers to win World War II. (Oh, and she was a very talented dancer, actress & thespian as well.)
We’ve all been told that nice girls don’t get the corner office. And they certainly don’t strike out on their own to start a million-dollar company. . . Fortunately, we all know better. As the head of the highly successful SBTV.com (Small Business Television), author Susan Solovic is an authority on making money and building a thriving business. Now inThe Girls’ Guide to Building a Million-Dollar Business, she shows women how to gain the confidence and knowledge they need to become successful entrepreneurs. Featuring interviews with daring, powerhouse women like Gayle Martz, President & CEO, Sherpa’s Pet Training Company, and Taryn Rose of Taryn Rose International, Solovic offers frank advice and hard-won lessons including:• Taking emotions out of the workplace. Make business decisions based on what is best for the company, not on your personal feelings.• Thinking big and bold. Believe that you can be successful and be willing to announce your intentions to the world.• Managing for growth. Hire the right people and discover the best ways to keep them.• Never being afraid to take a chance. Boost profits by taking financial risks.Inspiring and and unflinching, The Girls’ Guide to Building a Million-Dollar Businessshows women that not only do they have the power to earn more money and control their financial destinies—they deserve to.
That “kindly old investigator,” Mr. Keen, sought missing persons and unraveled crimes longer than any other fictional detective ever heard or seen on the air. For 18 years (1937–1955) and 1690 nationwide broadcasts, Keen and his faithful assistant Mike Clancy kept listeners coming back for more. The nearest competitor, Nick Carter, Master Detective, ran for 726 broadcasts. This definitive history recounts the actors and creators behind the series, the changes the show underwent, and the development of the Mr. Keen character. A complete episode guide details all of the program’s 1,690 broadcasts.
This is the second book in the trilogy – it charts the further adventures of Cork-born Annie Moore, who was the first immigrant to land at Ellis Island, New York, in 1892. Four years later, Annie, now aged seventeen, has left her family in New York and moved out west to Nebraska. Life in the West is unlike anything she has experienced before but Annie soon adapts, and before long she has an admirer. Annie is confused – she is interested in Carl but can't get Mike Tierney, whom she first met on her voyage to America from Ireland, out of her mind. But does Mike feel the same way?
A missing dog collar, a sorority house, and a kidnapping gone horribly wrong. Papaya Springs has kept Bexley Squires on her toes since her ill-fated return. But when a frantic celebrity from her past comes banging on the door of Stronghold Investigations, Bexley quickly offers her services. With pressure from her hunky police detective boyfriend to move in, and her father and his trophy wife demanding help, Bexley is sucked down into a quagmire of emotional blackmail and self-doubt. Going from investigative reporter to private dick wasn’t much of a stretch, but going from a self-sufficient woman to playing house and feeling duped pushes Bexley to the snapping point. With trouble brewing behind the too perfect façade of Kappa Kappa, Bexley uncovers something much more sinister than a simple theft. When her own innocence unexpectedly comes under question, she’ll need her network of friends more than ever.

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