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Greed By William Forde
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‘Greed’ contains two stories: one set in the days of ‘The Californian Gold Rush’ and the other in Wigan during the 1950’s. Both stories illustrate the triumph of the... More > good person over that of the greedy one who seeks to get what want through thieving, cheating, lying and bullying. The stories have a thief, cheat, liar and bully and an honest person as characters whose lives impact on each other.< Less
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Greed By Tiaan Durham
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Ted Murphy went to the supermarket for a sale not knowing they're killing people.
The Vice Greed By Relebohile Julius Sello
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The vice Greed revolve around a key word which a vice ",Greed" its setting occurs in a small urban_ rural village which is led by the royals called the Molefes. Prince boy twins were born... More > and groomed in that Village who grew up with fascinating values in each other's lives but suddenly changed when one developed a hunger for power and greediness which turned him to a brutal hazardous character ,,greed continuously grew bigger in him,he gave up on his dreams,, neglected family just to satisfy this vice whereas he could just worked hard and let the inheritance to be bonus,,,This hunger drove him to commit one big sin that made him lose everything ultimately< Less
Statutory Greed By S. P. McCullough
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Greed has been running rampant on earth since the dawn of man. Evil is widespread, seeping into all aspects of life. Backed by an international Tribunal Society, Trent Talbot and his unscrupulous... More > henchmen, all heads of the largest central banks of the world, decide upon a new and horrendous idea for a new scheme to create international chaos. They plan to attack six nuclear power plants hoping the meltdowns cause mass destruction, radiation fallout and death compelling world governments to borrow heavily from a New World Bank controlled by the conspirators. Larry Allan, a fifty-three year old retired auto worker, is on a road trip he and his deceased wife were supposed to have taken together. He has no idea that God has chosen him to be His conduit to get His message to mankind; change your evil ways or be removed from the top of the food chain. God has never interfered in the affairs of mankind, but, this time, He may have no choice. Unfortunately, the tragedy strikes a family for whom he has special plans.< Less
Driven By Greed By Yuru Lin
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Aeliana is a talented elf in the Republic of the Elves. It is a kingdom that had not seen war in centuries and was hidden from the world of humans. When a greedy and powerful human discovered the... More > elves and attacked them with his army, the Republic was concerned but undisturbed. What could a human possible do to the elves? But everything changed when they discovered that there was a traitor from within the court cooperating with the humans. Aeliana and her friends were entrusted with the task to discover the traitor and stop the evil plan. Who was the traitor? Could they save the Republic in time? Could Aeliana bring peace to the elves?< Less
Requiem for Greed By Eugene Salganik
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Requiem for Greed is a dark comedy about the The Great Recession.
Requiem for Greed By Eugene Salganik
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Requiem for Greed is a satire about the financial crisis.
Requiem for Greed By Eugene Salganik
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Requiem for Greed is a satire on what caused the financial crisis
The Reign of Greed By Jose Rizal
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda or popularly... More > known as José Rizal (Spanish pronunciation: [xoˈse riˈsal]; June 19, 1861 – December 30, 1896) was a Filipino nationalist and polymath during the tail end of the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines. An ophthalmologist by profession, Rizal became a writer and a key member of the Filipino Propaganda Movement which advocated political reforms for the colony under Spain. He was executed by the Spanish colonial government for the crime of rebellion after an anti-colonial revolution, inspired in part by his writings, broke out. Though he was not actively involved in its planning or conduct, he ultimately approved of its goals which eventually led to Philippine independence. Excerpt from:< Less

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