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Reviews of Books with 122 Pages

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The Case

by Barry Silverstein

"The Case" tells the story of J. Cooper & Associates (JCA), a small, minority-owned business that was awarded a contract by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) as part of a program administered by the Small Business... Read More

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The TurboCharged Mind

by Patty Sutherland

Dian Griesel, a counselor and certified hypnotherapist, a self-described serial entrepreneur, and a nationally recognized health spokesperson, codeveloped the trademarked TurboCharged franchise with her brother, Tom Griesel, a health and... Read More

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Lasting Contribution

“The world is not only a dynamic system; it is an open dynamic system” the author writes. “…new things can enter the picture to change the nature of the equation.” Tad Waddington co-author of Return on Learning strives in his... Read More

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I Kept My Word

War is waged by men; not by beasts or by gods. It is a peculiarly human activity. To call it a crime against mankind is to miss at least half its significance; it is also the punishment of a crime. — Frederic Manning Clarence B. Wolfe... Read More

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Complex Sleep

As the choreographer of "Complex Sleep"‘s verbal acrobatics, Tost’s senses are tuned to the frequency where words and their meanings collide, break apart, and come back together again. This collection revolves around the way the... Read More

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Doo Wop Motels

by Peter Terry

On a seven-mile-long barrier island at the southern tip of New Jersey lie the four towns of Wildwood Crest, Wildwood, North Wildwood and West Wildwood. These towns are collectively known as The Wildwoods. Here, in the late 1950s the... Read More

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