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How Lawyers Lost Their Way

by Alan J. Couture

Why are lawyers so miserable? Why the sky-high rate of burnout, job dissatisfaction, divorce, depression, suicide, and drug and alcohol addiction? Is it because of the incredible pressures of their job, from exorbitant demands for... Read More

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The Poet's Funeral

by Alan J. Couture

Las Vegas has it all: glitz, gambling, intrigue, and murder. A beautiful poet is found dead, her body sprawled across the late Elvis Presley’s king-sized bed, at a swanky party during a book publishing convention in 1990. The official... Read More

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The Watcher in the Pine

by Alan J. Couture

The former commander of the local military post has been murdered. The inexperienced new comandante has barely arrived when dynamite is reported missing, apparently stolen by rebels. Is a malevolent plot afoot to launch an attack on the... Read More

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The Lone Samurai

by Alan J. Couture

Sasaki Kojiro was a famed swordsman, the pinnacle of an ancient line of traditional samurai warriors who sought mastery of all fighting techniques. He stood on the shores of a tiny island in April 1612, awaiting his opponent, who was... Read More

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Manslations

by Alan J. Couture

Comedian Jeff Mac rides to the rescue of frustrated women who feel that men behave and talk like visitors from another planet. With this book on “manslations”—“translations of male behavior into something that a woman can... Read More

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Three Across

by Alan J. Couture

It is 1927. Three rudimentary airplanes and their pilots wait at Roosevelt Field on Long Island, vying to become the first to complete a nonstop transatlantic flight to Paris. To the winner comes immortal glory and a purse of $25,000.... Read More

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