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Broad brush analyses of the changing face of the bureaucracy In this illuminating memoir Javid Chowdhury shares his varied experiences over four decades in the IAS:
Dacey loves a man who is not happy with her being there. Can she win him over or will a more devious man ask for her hand? Find out for FREE on Kindle Unlimited or just $0.99 to own. Dacey has fallen for the sheriff, Layton Southerland, when she hears him say that the girls are bringing the town down and that he wants them to leave she is devastated. Little does she know that he was talking about some cowboys who have just come to town. Layton is not sure about them and thinks they are up to no good. He also knows he cannot afford the fee that Jonny the marriage agent is asking for Dacey’s hand. While he is looking into the drifters will he find out anything about Jonny? The marriage agent knows he has stayed in town too long. Maybe he can offer the sheriff something to keep him busy? Only Dacey has other ideas. When one of the new cowboys asks to court her she thinks it could be her chance of a future. Is this a mistaken trust and will she end up in danger? Find out in Mistaken Trust a sweet, inspiration, historical romance just $0.99 or FREE on Kindle Unlimited. This is a standalone book and can be read by itself but it is also part of a series. The Mail Order Bride and the Marriage Agent. Other books available are: The Male Order Bride and the Secret Baby Secrets, Lies, and a New Family Making the Right Choice The Mail Order Bride and the Hunted Man His Golden Angel All the books can be read alone and all are suitable for all ages.
While teaching an online class on how to pick up women, Guru Stan picks the wrong target. His pick-up, Raven, is a woman who has discovered a plot to remove surplus humans from the planet in order to pave the way for an automated society. Stan and Raven find themselves the only people who can save the 99.9% of humanity deemed surplus to the new society. To survive, Stan must use all the skills he has learned as a pick-up artist as well as confront the personal demons that shaped his life. The events in this book are an extension of our current world, with technological advances and a more sophisticated approach to the destruction of humanity in favor of the corporate world's ultimate quest for efficiency. In the end Stan finds himself as the unlikely hero, tasked with standing up for the worth, the dignity, and the basic rights of all mankind.
Some of us like the comfort of familiarity—staying close to the home we've always known, making a life, building a community. For some, the intimacy of the old routine is satisfaction itself. But the known is not for everyone. When our 5 protagonists get to wondering what's on the other side of their island, they can't stop until they find out. What follows is an epic journey of discovery, danger, imagination, and ultimately, bittersweet fulfillment. Is this sophisticated picture book about man versus earth? Man versus man? Or man versus self? Like our protagonists, every reader will find their own right answer in this haunting and deceptively simple modern fable.
The ancient Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu taught that readiness is all, that knowledge of oneself and the enemy is the foundation of strength, and that those who fight best are those wise enough not to fight at all. These people were revered and known as "warrior-sages." Now, we refer to them as "suckers." Sun Tzu Was a Sissy teaches you how to wage war, win, and enjoy the plunder in the real world. Students of Master Stanley Bing will learn how to plan and execute battles that hurt other people a lot and advance their flags and those of their friends. Every other book on the "Art of War" bows low to Sun Tzu. This one tells him to get lost.