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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Books Available Sept 4, 2012

Approaching Deer And Avoiding Detection - Deer Hunting Books

Sea Angling Wrasse Fishing Made Easy

The Gardeners HQ Guide to Growing Garden Annuals

Fire on the Mountain
” the harrowing account of Haefele's experience fighting a wildland forest fire outside of Missoula, Montana. In this short, powerful work, we are brought to the front lines of fire fighting, experiencing, with the author, all the effort, fear, and exhaustion that goes into trying to control a nearly-uncontrollable force of nature.”

The Legal Challenges of Cybersecurity
This book examines legal challenges caused by global cyberspace that tends to counteract regulatory efforts of national jurisdictions. Illicit events on cyberspace that become more and more complex as cyber technology advances undermine the ability of existing regulatory instruments aimed at cybersecurity and deterring cybercrime. As existing laws cannot cope with newly emerging cybersecurity incidents, these incidents pose security threats for digital assets including those associated with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).

The Endometriosis treatment your doctor will NEVER tell you about. (Heal Yourself With Nutritional Therapy)

Marine At War

So, You Think You Wanna Homeschool?

12 + 2 Steps Young People in Recovery

POLITICS (American)

As a Matter of Fact...
“ Fully researched over 6 years, this book shows the actual difference in job creation, GDP output, income growth, number of recessions, job losses due to recessions, the truth about Unions and many other disputed topics. I have included links to where I got my data as well as the original charts…”

Threats and Challenges - Strategies in a New Century
” The United States now faces a world full of challenges, often vague, amorphous and ill defined. Many of these are not from hostile actors, but from threatening situations. A central problem is that there is no system for developing a comprehensive National Strategy. The National Security Strategy necessarily focuses on security concerns, but these are not the only major challenges facing the nation. In the face of the fluid, evolving and dispersed threats the nation faces, the first requirement is for a basic and comprehensive assessment of the totality of threats and challenges facing the nation. That is the focus of this book.”


The Future, Imperfect: Six Dystopian Short Stories
“a collection of near future, dystopian short stories by Ruth Nestvold. Environmental changes -- slow in some regions, catastrophic in others -- have had a major effect on our world, not for the better. While water wars and pandemics have devastated the Mediterrean region, and a major earthquake and the resulting destruction of nuclear power plants and sensitive research facilities have made much of California a wasteland, corporate-sponsored enclaves defend themselves from the have-nots. What can any one individual do to make a difference is such a world? These are the stories both of those who tried and those who failed. “

Children of Gravity
“Kagan, Alessa and Eight have a difficult goal, to help a group of pacifists escape a massive ruined city controlled by an oppressive government. Behind them is Conformity, the mind control technique used by UPC, Urban Population Control. Ahead, the ruins of America, replete with its own risks. Makz, a dangerous outcast, is gunning for Kagan. Revan, a government official, is committed to stopping the pacifists, and defending the City-State's ideals.”

Trott in the desert (Denver Trott)
“In his third mission on behalf of the Ministry of Administration in the fictional Republic of Armoiria, 21-year-old agent Denver Trott is sent to the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, to research survival with meager resources. “ Sci-fi.

Cracks in the Ceiling
“An anthology of punchy short stories …set in the turbulent times of the post Global Financial Crisis world. Intriguing and at times twisted, these tales delve behind the facades of modern life to uncover the real struggles, hopes and dreams of ordinary people."

Untraceable (The Nature of Grace, Book 1)
“Grace has lived in the Smokies all her life, patrolling with her forest ranger father who taught her about wildlife, tracking, and wilderness survival. When her dad goes missing on a routine patrol, Grace refuses to believe he's dead and fights the town authorities, tribal officials, and nature to find him….Along the way, Grace learns terrible secrets that sever relationships and lives. Soon she's enmeshed in a web of conspiracy, deception, and murder. “ WINNER OF 2012 INDIEREADER DISCOVERY AWARD FOR YOUNG ADULT.

“Homegrown and U.S. Army-trained, an American terrorist attempts to swing the 2012 election by damaging the security record of the Obama White House with a strike on major American infrastructural and economic assets.”

Groom Lake
“not just a novel; the story is a briefing on America’s shadow programs, methods and reasoning, intertwined with fast-paced scenarios where intelligence agents guard their fringe programs from inquisitive civilians, China’s Ministry of State Security and a congressional task force investigating hidden government spending.”

the Junker Girl and her Droid
Post-apocalypse sci-fi.

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