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The Opal Crown

By Jenny Lundquist
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Jenny Lundquist
Only One Princess Can Wear the Crown . . . A year after her betrothal to the Kyrenican prince, no one has suspected that Princess Wilha has been a decoy,and that Elara, her secret twin sister, has been pretending to be Wilha all along. Back in Galandria, their kingdom is deteriorating, and returning home could bring peace,or add fuel to the slow-burning fire. When their father, the king, mysteriously dies and Elara and Wilha's younger brother, Andrei, claims the Galandrian throne, he reveals the girls' deception. Viewed as traitors, they realize they are now fighting for their lives,and for their country. In Jenny Lundquist's concluding sequel to The Princess in the Opal Mask , Elara and Wilha must decide who will become queen. Or rather, who will become the next savior for their people.

Opportunities For Redundant Managers

By Clive Morton
Authors:
Clive Morton
This book will help you come to terms with redundancy; then help you to examine all your employment options. One of these will be self employment, and you'll discover a number of opportunities that are available to specialist and experienced managers from a wide variety of backgrounds. For those wanting to start their own business it looks at the different options for starting a product-based or service-based business, or for buying a franchise or an existing business. Whichever route you choose, you will find help and advice on studying and defining your market, raising finance, building your business and managing the ongoing admin.

The Outpost

By Jake Tapper
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Jake Tapper
At 5:58 AM on October 3rd, 2009, Combat Outpost Keating, located in frighteningly vulnerable terrain in Afghanistan just 14 miles from the Pakistani border, was viciously attacked. Though the 53 Americans there prevailed against nearly 400 Taliban fighters, their casualties made it the deadliest fight of the war for the U.S. that year. Four months after the battle, a Pentagon review revealed that there was no reason for the troops at Keating to have been there in the first place.In THE OUTPOST, Jake Tapper gives us the powerful saga of COP Keating, from its establishment to eventual destruction, introducing us to an unforgettable cast of soldiers and their families, and to a place and war that has remained profoundly distant to most Americans. A runaway bestseller, it makes a savage war real, and American courage manifest.

Overcoming Depersonalization Disorder

By Fugen Neziroglu
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Fugen Neziroglu
When you have depersonalization disorder, nothing seems real. You may feel detached from reality, even from your own thoughts, as though you are going through the motions of living without ever being truly connected to your experiences. Whether your depersonalization developed after a traumatic experience or is something you've always lived with, this book can help you reconnect with life again.Overcoming Depersonalization Disorder can help you diagnose the type and degree of your depersonalization disorder, come to understand why it developed, and cope with your symptoms using practical skills drawn from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT). Ready to feel real again? Put the practical skills in this book to work in your life right now and start reintegrating yourself back into the world and reconnecting to your own vibrant thoughts and feelings.

Orphans Of The Cold War

By John Kenneth Knaus
Authors:
John Kenneth Knaus
For decades, the United States ran covert operations into Tibet in an attempt to help Tibetan exiles take back their country from the Chinese. These operations have never been disclosed-until now.

On Human Rights

By Stephen Shute, Susan Hurley
Authors:
Stephen Shute, Susan Hurley
Are there any human rights that apply to all women and all men in all cultures at all times? Can we ground human rights in an abstract rationality possessed by every human being? Or, as some philosophers have claimed, are attempts to ground human rights doomed to failure? Do human rights in any case need such grounding? On Human Rights, the second book in the Oxford Amnesty Lecture Series, presents the opinions of seven distinguished contributors who approach the problem of universal human rights from a variety of perspectives using a wealth of contemporary and historical material. The essays make a significant contribution to the theory and practice of human rights . They grapple with the hard questions that confront anyone concerned with responding appropriately to the numerous violations of human rights that surround us.
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