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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Books Available August 21, 2012

Defining Your Trophy Buck And Legal Issues For Deer Hunters - Deer Hunting Books

Herbs For Rock Gardens & Ground Covers
Keeping your food plants in the landscaping?

Vertical Gardening and Container Gardening - Ideas for Growing Vegetables and Herbs In Small Vertical Places Outdoors and Indoors

Organic Gardening Beginner's Manual

Feel Better Plan to End Anemia and Fatigue with High Energy Foods; 7 day Healthy Eating with Fermented foods Recipes

Seal Team 6 (Warrior Cookbook)

The Poverty Cookbook Part II

Homemade Cosmetics: Over 100 Recipes You Can Make at Home

Architects of Tomorrow, Volume 2
”For a decade, globally syndicated tech journalist William Van Winkle interviewed many of the brightest and most influential innovators in modern computing and Web development. Join him as he takes you inside the minds of a dozen of his career’s best Q&A sessions, now revisited and greatly expanded with updates and previously unpublished content. See what makes these technology trailblazers tick, what advice they offer, and where they believe we’re all headed.” Quote: “If you go to al Qaeda’s website, just because you’re interested in knowing about al Qaeda, I think it’s pretty safe to say that your Web browsing habits will be tracked from now on.” —Shari Steele, president of the Electronic Frontier Foundation

Would The Real First Amendment Please Stand Up?

Social Media in an Anti-social World (Social Media in 2012 and Beyond)
Computer privacy. "Everything about privacy and how Social Media tracks your every move! "How to avoid common mistakes made by Facebook & Twitter users; how Twitter, Facebook, and Google "bubble" you; what is in store for the future of Facebook and Twitter users; words from the CEOs of the Social Media Giants on what is the future"

Ernest Briggs & The Great War : Part Four : Legacy
Part 2 and 3 were listed in the past week. ““It was only his forbears’ resilience, bravery and determination to survive that meant Tony could exist at all. As he clearly is here, he believes he owes it to these forbears, these remarkable people, to see that they are remembered.“


Adrian's War (A Distant Eden)
“Three years after a solar storm wiped out the power grid Adrian Hunter embarks on a journey to the mountains, determined to live and survive by utilizing his knowledge of stone age techniques. He encounters a band of raiders who attempt to take him prisoner - and Adrian's War begins.“ Some great reviews. Through reading them I learn that this is a follow up to A Distant Eden which I have not seen free before, but the story line sounds like it might be okay without reading the first one first (though it’s only .99); also that it’s set up for another book to come, but not a cliffhanger. Please see what YOU think by reading the reviews yourself.

Inner City
"In the year 2471, the world is sharply divided between the civilized "Haves" of the City and the barbaric 'Have-Nots' of the Outlocked...until a seven year old boy crawls through a secret tunnel, and begins to find out... 'they lie.' " I had to google around to find this review on another site. Got good reviews on several sites. I realize this other world in this book may or may not be from a disaster, but because it interests me I thought at least a few others might find it interesting too. See link for a little more description.

Plague (A Medical Thriller)
“Dr. Bower finds a microorganism unlike any she has run across in her lifetime. The symptomology points her to the most destructive disease in human history. One man has offered her help. A man with insight into the disease who reveals nothing about himself or his past…Dr. Bower discovers that there are forces at work she can't understand. All applying pressure to use the chaos of an epidemic to their advantage. But there is one thing she is certain of: humanity may soon be an endangered species ...“

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