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  • The Warrior Code This program is read by the author.From American Grit co-star, former Marine Gunnery Sergeant Tee Marie Hanible comes the story of how she became a warrior…and how you can do it too.In The Warrior Code, entrepreneur, philanthropist, reality star and retired Gunnery Sergeant Tee Marie Hanible ... Read Book
  • Stringer on the Assassins’ Trail Stringer was just doing his job when he went to hear Teddy Roosevelt speak at a railway stop in Granger, Wyoming. But Stringer’s job is to write about the speech—not get shot at. So suddenly a certain reporter has a powerful curiosity about who wants him six feet under. There’s just one ... Read Book
  • Living the Maximized Life Learn how to create a life full of the peace, financial stability, and happiness that God eagerly desires to give.Quality of life is mostly a matter of choice, not birth.If we want to receive the abundant life God wants for us, believers must actively participate.In Living the Maximized ... Read Book
  • The Ogallala Road A love affair unfolds as crisis hits a family farm on the High Plains.Julene Bair has inherited part of a farming empire and fallen in love with a rancher from Kansas’ beautiful Smoky Valley. A single mother, she means to provide her son with the father he longs for and preserve the Bair farm for ... Read Book
  • Bluebottle As Lew Griffin leaves a New Orleans music club with an older white woman he’s just met, someone fires a shot and Lew goes down. When he comes fully to, Griffin discovers that most of a year has gone by since that night. What happened? Who was the woman? Which of them was the target? Who was ... Read Book
  • Deep Down True From the author of Shelter Me comes a novel about having your heart in the right place.Newly divorced Dana Stellgarten has always been unfailingly nice—even to telemarketers—but now her patience is wearing thin. Money is tight, her kids are reeling from their dad’s departure, and ... Read Book
  • Under a Sardinian Sky Sometimes a family’s deepest silences hide the most important secrets. For Mina, a London-based travel writer, the enigmatic silence surrounding her aunt Carmela has become a personal obsession. Carmela disappeared from her Italian hometown long ago and is mentioned only in fragments and ... Read Book
  • Archie in the Crosshairs Mystery fans will devour this entry into the classic, wisecracking Nero Wolfe series, in which Wolfe must track down a dangerous gunman—or risk losing his right-hand man.Archie Goodwin is chipper as he strolls home from his weekly poker game, money in his pocket and a smile on his lips. He has ... Read Book
  • The Memory Box What would you do if you Googled yourself and uncovered something shocking?In this gripping psychological thriller, a group of privileged suburban moms amuse themselves by Googling everyone in town, digging up dirt to fuel thorny gossip. Caroline Thompson, devoted mother of two, sticks to the moral ... Read Book

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    Leo Tolstoy wrote “Master and Man” in 1895. Post-reform Russia, when serfdom was abolished and capitalism redefined social life. Realist depiction and psychological narrative convey themes of death, exploitation, societal division, and religious salvation.

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