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What happens when you pair a cub reporter with murder, mayhem and a handsome bad boy? A great read. Once again, John DeDakis proves he knows how to write a gripping thriller. I loved it. ~Jillian Harding, CNBC.
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Truly Cultured: Rejuvenating Taste, Health and Community with Naturally Fermented Foods is a first-of-its-kind treasury, a full circle tribute to the world’s favorite foods. Clearly, as the tagline reads. Half cookbook, half “nourishment guide”, this long overdue full color tribute to live cultured foods and how important lacto-fermented foods and their producers, friendly probiotic bacteria, are to our health, environment and communities.
From Lucy to Bethenny, all of TV’s greatest and most notorious housewives are represented in this sure-to-fascinate collections. Most of the book is taken from today’s pop-culture headlines, but the book also nods to the many stay-at-home moms and wives from the past too. Each chapter starts with two or three pages of commentary followed by chapter-themed crossword puzzles, word-finds, sudokus and other miscellaneous puzzles, along with some trivia.
Tweets and Consequences analyzes real world examples of elected officials and government employees who committed major errors while using social media, assesses the end result for the politician in question and provides the lessons to be learned. The book is a must read for anyone involved in politics or social media, or who is just looking for a good chuckle.
In Twenty Small Sailboats to Take You Anywhere, John Vigor turns the spotlight on twenty seaworthy sailboats that are at home on the ocean in all weather. These are old fiberglass boats, mostly of traditional design and strong construction. All are small, from 20 feet to 32 feet overall, but all have crossed oceans, and all are cheap.
This edition of U.S. Chart No. 1 has a new name and a new look. It’s title is now Symbols, Abbreviations and Terms used on Paper and Electronic Navigational Charts. For the first time, U.S. Chart No. 1 presents both of the major symbology sets used for marine navigation.