Life of a Salesman : Marvin Rubinstein

Life of a Salesman

Life of a Salesman We are all familiar with the local grocer, bookshop, bakery, shoe store, bar, etc. and may even know the proprietors  personally. They all have one thing in common––they are salespeople. Marvin Rubinstein’s latest book, Life of a Salesman, just off the press, provides a serious story of the adventures and discoveries in the life of a different type of salesman, one who wanders the United States and the world, trying to make a buck by peddling merchandise to stores, shops and factories. In this personal account, Marvin Rubinstein looks back at a 50-year career traveling from city to city and country to country trying to convince everyone of the superiority of his products and tells us

Olive Park : C. J. Booth

Olive Park : C. J. Booth

Olive Park A picture in a black frame… Two quarters clutched in a dead child’s hand… A knotted rope… The OLIVE PARK Murders 1997 – Olive Park, California – the bodies of three children are found buried in shallow graves, brutally murdered. One of the most intensive investigations in California history fails to find any trace of the killer and the case goes cold. 15 years later – the newly formed Ongoing Investigation Division, charged with closing cold cases, is handed as its very first case – the unsolved Olive Park Murders. Detectives Stan Wyld and Jake Steiner, together with assistant Mallory Dimante, are stunned when their examination of the original burial site turns up one chilling piece of evidence

Tales from the Front Desk : Elisha Forrester

Tales from the Front Desk

Tales from the Front Desk What do dialing 911 over laundry, being a “victim” of a dog’s leg-lifting, watching someone undressing in public, or witnessing an event that feels as if you are in a movie have in common? In this case, it probably means you work at the front desk of a hotel! Perfect reading for travelers, hospitality/tourism workers, or adults seeking a few “What in the world?” stories, Tales from the Front Desk tells the many stories of what hotel front desk clerks really experience. Along with stories of the rude, crude, outrageous, and flat-out odd, readers can view tips for reserving rooms and making their stays enjoyable. Even in a small town, the stories never seem to

Spartanica : Powers Molinar

Spartanica Ty and Marcus Mitchell are average middle school brothers growing up north of Chicago until one night when they’re hurtled through an inter-dimensional gateway to a parallel world defined by its multiple moons and planet-wide apocalypse. As they struggle to figure out where they are and how to get home, the boys encounter refugees of “the last day” from the distant city of Atlantis and a mysterious girl called Bellana, the sole survivor and resident of the devastated metropolis of Spartanica. Ty and Marcus soon learn they only have seven days to get home. But before they can leave, they must battle through long-extinct deadly predators, find the elusive Professor Otherblood (if he’s still alive), and rescue a new

The Last Finesse : Brian Bloom

The Last Finesse

The Last Finesse This is both an entertaining and meaningful novel in today’s rickety world. In the global corridors of power, a group of faceless men is positioning to usurp control of one of the world’s primary energy resources: uranium. Climate change looms large. Luke Sinclair is a young, Australian-born professor of mineralogy and an expert in the nuclear-fuel cycle. Up to now, he’s led a carefree, hedonistic lifestyle. But things change: renegade North Korea is about to transfer its illicitly acquired nuclear-weapons technology to Myanmar. The CIA wants to block the development. It enlists the aid of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service. ASIS commandeers Luke, who quickly discovers there are wheels within wheels. Who has the real power? Who

Exporting Prosperity : James H. Boudreau

Exporting Prosperity: Why the U.S. Economy May Never Recover...

Exporting Prosperity: Why the U.S. Economy May Never Recover… The United States has spent a good portion of the past 20 years in or on the brink of economic recession. The Federal Reserve has kept interest rates at almost zero and the Federal Government has spent trillions on so-called “stimulus”, yet the standard of living for the average American continues to decline. Jobs are few and far between, age discrimination is rife and layoffs abound, yet politicians continue to “distract and deflect” everyone’s focus towards other issues and “kick the can down the road”. Exporting Prosperity explores the statistics that actually drive many aspects of the economy, in sharp contrast to the “feel-good” numbers reported each day. Rather than speculate

Angels of the Quantum Gate : William David Hannah

Angels of the Quantum Gate

Angels of the Quantum Gate “Angels of the Quantum Gate”, currently available through Amazon and Kindle, is science fiction with a twist. It is certainly science fiction with fantasy elements, but it is encapsulated in a wry, ironic, satirical first person narrative that is *very* convincing. It involves a simple man who is swept into galactic encounters, universal truths, and purposes that are beyond understanding. The sardonic evolves into the spiritual in a work that, somewhere, may require belief. Book Links Amazon Author Page On Amazon