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The Hunters

by Mary Crawford

A murder in the Wisconsin north woods is the focus of "The Hunters", but it is not a murder mystery. From the start, author John Bolger reveals that Paul is planning to kill Craig in his deer blind, making the murder appear to be a freak... Read More

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Why You Didn't Get the Job

by Mary Crawford

Diane Cashin speaks directly when she explains how readers can adapt when their original plans go awry. “You need to know where ‘Your True North’ is, by knowing yourself, your career goals, and your life goals. This clarity acts as... Read More

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Managing by Slogan

by Mary Crawford

In short, snappy chapters, Steve O’Hara’s Managing by Slogan: A Light-Hearted Look at How Managers Use Slogans to Lead Their Teams provides clever slogans and pithy advice for managers looking to improve their organizations. Working... Read More

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Pursuit of the Nightingale

by Mary Crawford

Six wounded soldiers are separated from their unit in southern France near the end of World War II. Their nightingale is a young nurse, nicknamed “Buttons” by the soldiers, who works tirelessly tending to them. The twist? The... Read More

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The Hunt

by Mary Crawford

C.C. Lea’s The Hunt: Caprian 2 continues the story of Kyle, first introduced in The Lost: Caprian 1. Kyle heads an extended clan of weres, shape shifters, kinetics, telepaths, healers, and seers. The book’s prologue is set in... Read More

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