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ELECTRIC SAVVY

Electric Savvy by Blaine C. Readler is a very interesting take on electricity. The book chronicles electricity-not just the different components, but also the history. Electric Savvy delves into every appliance, AC, etc. in your home. Readler does so in a manner that both the expert and the layman can understand and comprehend. You will read ...

End It by the Gun

End It By The Gun by Kenechukwu Obi is a fascinating tale about a novelist named Beck Blades.  The story opens with Beck lamenting the fact that he has written his eleventh novel and how it has ruined his life. 

Obi quickly takes the reader into Beck’s struggle with the will to write and the interpersonal and external factors ...

Ethical Occurrence in Government Contracting: Principled or Corrupt?

Ethical Occurrences in Government Contracting:Principled or Corrupt? by Sandra G. Haynes is an in depth account of the contracting system in the United States. Our country contracts many many things to many many people. Ms. Haynes has been involved in the system as a U. S. Navy Storekeeper, Government Contracting Officer and Manager. Her knowledge ...

Even You

Even You by Marilyn Oser opens with Claire Bramany speeding down the highway with the backseat of her Honda Accord filled with the contents of Jessie's desk. Claire and Jessie have been friends and lovers for years--it is 1995 and Jessie has had a terrible accident that takes her life. Claire usually has her wits about her and is your steady-eddy ...

Evermark

Evermark by Annie B. Carwyn is the story of Liam and Roselyn and their daughters. The story is set in 1609 and deals with adultery between a man and two young girls. One of the girls, Opal, tells her parents about the incidents--which results in Liam's arrest and torture. Roselyn is home with her daughters when the authorities arrive to let her ...

Everywhere That Tommy Goes

Everywhere That Tommy Goes by Howard K. Pollack is a very suspenseful, psychological thriller. The book opens with Tommy, a New York City bartender, running from a murder where all fingers point to him. Tommy?s problems have just begun. Another murder happens where once again Tommy seems to be the likely murderer. Tommy not only is dealing with ...

Evolution of a Revolution

Evolution of a Revolution by Conallan Power is the story of Andre. The book begins when Andre is a young boy whose mom deserts he and his father and they move in with his grandmother. Power takes you through Andre's life from that point until he is a grown man and has accomplished much. Andre and Mark (his father) truly have a unique relationship ...

Evolution of a Revolution Volume 2

Evolution of a Revolution Volume 2 continues the sage of Andre and his works and endeavors with his labor union. GLO is now world wide fighting for the rights and fair treatment of the common laborer against the big companies. The book opens in GLO-SA. Things in South America have become perilous for those working within Andre's organization ...
 

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