Ten years ago, Linda Clayton’s son Daniel disappeared. The love and support of her husband Robbie was all that kept her sane—until the day he ran away. Makes you thankful you’re not Linda Clayton.
Wise-cracking, street-smart PI Evan Buckley thought his problems were bad enough. When his latest case ends in disaster, he’s at the end of his tether—until fate throws him headlong into Linda Clayton’s desperate world and a long-dead investigation that everybody wants to stay that way.
But Evan never does what everybody wants, and he vows to uncover the truth—and in the process kick into touch the demons that come to torment him every night.
Ken Wyman is having the worst week of his life, but it only gets worse when his uncle dies and leaves him millions in counterfeit cash. Now everyone from petty criminals to the FBI are after Ken while he tries to find his estranged father and win back his girlfriend. How much money is real and how much is counterfeit? Find out in Paper.
Benjamin Franklin’s writings have inspired millions throughout the years, and his advice on how to earn and save money is timeless. “The Way to Wealth” was an essay written by Benjamin Franklin in 1758. He was on a journey to England and resented the time wasted waiting for the ship to sail (it was anchored in New York for 2 weeks) that he began collecting adages and advice from 25 years worth of publication of Poor Richard’s Alamanac (Spelled Alamanack at the time). Because the poor man couldn’t afford books, he would spend his earnings on yearly almanacs filled with astrology, jokes, stories, and other works of amusement. In Poor Richard’s Alamanac, Franklin copied some of the more popular pieces of advice, slightly modified, and also included original works of his own
The Curated Wardrobe: A Stylist’s Secrets to Going Beyond the Basic Capsule Wardrobe to Effortless Personal Style
Are you tired of spending too much time on your wardrobe, only to feel ho-hum in your clothes? Does it feel like everyone but you got a rulebook telling them exactly how to look put-together for any occasion? If only you could narrow your wardrobe down to only the pieces that worked perfectly for you, you could look your best with ease and never waste time worrying about what to wear again. In The Curated Wardrobeauthor and stylist Rachel Nachmias will walk you through the exact steps she has used with hundreds of clients to curate their wardrobes so that looking chic and feeling comfortable and confident every day is easy. In this book you’ll learn:
- Why you have nothing to wear even though your closet is jam-packed
- The definitive formula for knowing which styles and colors work on you – and which don’t
- How to hone your wardrobe into a small, curated collection of investment pieces while being able to dress for any occasion
- The secret to looking age appropriate and professional without being boring
- How to quickly figure out and find the exact pieces you need in your closet so you can spend time on other things
It starts much like the old fairy tale… everyone asleep in their beds, while a grouchy old Scrooge steals all the decorations and presents. But this time, it’s real. When the spirits of the townspeople are dampened by the loss of their holiday cheer, Savannah sets out with her beau, James Woodley, to find the thief and make him (or her!) bring back Christmas.
But Savannah has bigger problems than a holiday thief. Pete, one of her stylists, is currently the lead for the Christmas play, as the original actor broke his leg while walking up Pete’s steps. Did Pete sabotage the stairs in order to get the part? Even worse, Savannah’s charge, Sarah, is turning seven on Christmas Day, and her parents are coming back to Knockemstiff. Are they taking her away from Savannah… forever?
Jeanne Marie Laskas first met the young forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu in 2009, while reporting a story for GQ that would go on to inspire the movie Concussion. Omalu told her about a day in September 2002, when, in a dingy morgue in downtown Pittsburgh, he picked up a scalpel and made a discovery that would rattle America in ways he’d never intended. Omalu was new to America, chasing the dream, a deeply spiritual man escaping the wounds of civil war in Nigeria. The body on the slab in front of him belonged to a fifty-year-old named Mike Webster, aka “Iron Mike,” a Hall of Fame center for the Pittsburgh Steelers, one of the greatest ever to play the game. After retiring in 1990, Webster had suffered a dizzyingly steep decline. Toward the end of his life, he was living out of his van, tasering himself to relieve his chronic pain, and fixing his rotting teeth with Super Glue. How did this happen?, Omalu asked himself.
Starting today, you don’t have to live in pain.
That is the revolutionary message of this breakthrough system for eliminating chronic pain without drugs, surgery, or expensive physical therapy. Developed by Pete Egoscue, a nationally renowned physiologist and sports injury consultant to some of today’s top athletes, the Egoscue Method has an astounding 95 percent success rate. The key is a series of gentle exercises and carefully constructed stretches called E-cises. Inside you’ll find detailed photographs and step-by-step instructions for dozens of e-cizes specifically designed to provide quick and lasting relief of:
Lower back pain, hip problems, sciatica, and bad knees
Carpal tunnel syndrome and even some forms of arthritis
Migraines and other headaches, stiff neck, fatigue, sinus problems, vertigo, and TMJ
Shin splints, varicose veins, sprained or weak ankles, and many foot ailments
Bursitis, tendinitis, and rotator cuff problems
Plus special preventive programs for maintaining health through the entire body.