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First at the North Pole; Or, Two Boys in the Arctic Circle By Edward Stratemeyer
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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: Edward L. Stratemeyer (October 4, 1862 – May 10, 1930)... More > was an American publisher and writer of children's fiction. He was one of the most prolific writers in the world, producing in excess of 1,300 books himself, selling in excess of 500 million copies. He also created many the well-known fictional book series for juveniles including The Rover Boys, The Bobbsey Twins, Tom Swift, The Hardy Boys, and Nancy Drew series, many of which sold millions of copies and are still in publication today. On Stratemeyer's legacy, Fortune wrote: "As oil had its Rockefeller, literature had its Stratemeyer. "Stratemeyer was born the youngest of six children in Elizabeth, New Jersey, to Henry Julius Stratemeyer, a tobacconist, and Anna Siegel. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Stratemeyer< Less
Wake Me Up When I'm Rich: The South Beach Guide To Impressing People In Jacuzzis By Brian Ward
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During his first month in Florida, Brian falls in with an Italian from New Jersey who has a very impressive work history. "I once cooked a hot dog for Maury Povich who told me, ‘Too much... More > mustard kid.’ I once was kidnapped for roughly 1-hour in Nassau Bahamas. When I was 13, a friend trapped me in a tent filled with daddy long leg spiders. I've sold wine over the phone, I've sold used cars and waited tables for the elderly at a dine-in playhouse. I've been told by teachers that I am my generation’s Tim Allen.” Brian then goes on to host a hockey tournament with ex-Hockey defenseman Stephane Quintal, learns proper volleyball fundamentals from an Amish man named John Wayne, plays the 5th-ranked ping pong player under 13 from Israel and parties with a French car thief.< Less
Only in my Dreams By Lisa Faith Bragg
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"Only in My Dreams" is the story of how a woman finds love just when she needs it the most. Beth's husband, Wayne, has been having an affair, but she is too embarrassed to discuss it, even... More > with her friend, Chante. Beth blames herself for Wayne's infidelity. She has never truly loved Wayne. He has been a great father to her daughter, but for Beth, he is no more than a friend. An invitation from Chante is something Beth cannot resist-a whole summer vacation in New Jersey. That is when she meets Stephen, a musician whose band plays in one of the clubs in Sayreville. Beth is instantly smitten by Stephen and he feels the same way about her. But he is not the only one. Paul, Stephen's friend, is attracted to Beth as well. Torn between love and commitment, Beth is facing the hardest decision she has ever had to make. In the end, she knows she just needs to follow her heart."Only in My Dreams" might appeal to readers who are interested in stories of romance and friendship.< Less
Only In My Dreams By Lisa Faith Bragg
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"Only in My Dreams" is the story of how a woman finds love just when she needs it the most. Beth's husband, Wayne, has been having an affair, but she is too embarrassed to discuss it, even... More > with her friend, Chante. Beth blames herself for Wayne's infidelity. She has never truly loved Wayne. He has been a great father to her daughter, but for Beth, he is no more than a friend. An invitation from Chante is something Beth cannot resist-a whole summer vacation in New Jersey. That is when she meets Stephen, a musician whose band plays in one of the clubs in Sayreville. Beth is instantly smitten by Stephen and he feels the same way about her. But he is not the only one. Paul, Stephen's friend, is attracted to Beth as well. Torn between love and commitment, Beth is facing the hardest decision she has ever had to make. In the end, she knows she just needs to follow her heart."Only in My Dreams" might appeal to readers who are interested in stories of romance and friendship.< Less
Governor Southard's Political Discourse at Princeton, 1837 By Samuel L. Southard, LL.D.
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Samuel L. Southard's address to the Whig-Cliosophic Society at Princeton, 1837. New Jersey Governor, and U.S. Senator Southard was a pre-eminent Princetonian, graduating A.B., 1804, A.M., 1807, and... More > receiving an honorary LL.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1832. This address to Princeton's Whig-Cliosophic Society is a superb example of a politician's challenge to young men about to leave college, and make their way in the world with a sure philosophy to guide them, the Princeton philosophy as "the Bible the only infallible rule of faith and practice." Southard notes that a failure at this point will create terrifying politicians, as he states: "The educated rogue or infidel is but the more dangerous man." Later he remarks on Biblical Prophecy, true to history, never failing, and in the future serving as the only sure guide to his students of world events yet to come in particular the Middle east: "Israel will be restored, the words of prophecy stand sure." Pg. [30]< Less
Governor Southard's Political Discourse at Princeton, 1837 By Samuel L. Southard, LL.D.
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Samuel L. Southard's address to the Whig-Cliosophic Society at Princeton, 1837. New Jersey Governor, and U.S. Senator Southard was a pre-eminent Princetonian, graduating A.B., 1804, A.M., 1807, and... More > receiving an honorary LL.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1832. This address to Princeton's Whig-Cliosophic Society is a superb example of a politician's challenge to young men about to leave college, and make their way in the world with a sure philosophy to guide them, the Princeton philosophy as "the Bible the only infallible rule of faith and practice." Southard notes that a failure at this point will create terrifying politicians, as he states: "The educated rogue or infidel is but the more dangerous man." Later he remarks on Biblical Prophecy, true to history, never failing, and in the future serving as the only sure guide to his students of world events yet to come in particular the Middle east: "Israel will be restored, the words of prophecy stand sure." Pg. [30]< Less
Killer's Golf By John Sherress
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European Tour Golf Professional Stuart Ryan has a life-changing experience when he misses the putt that would have secured his place on the Tour for another year. Soon Stuart is caught up as a... More > suspect in a murder investigation where he finds love in the most unexpected of places. A cast iron alibi seems to have saved the day and got him off of the hook. However, fate decrees that he is going to be thrown into a web of murder and corruption. Death stalks him wherever he goes and he even begins to doubt his own sanity when a long forgotten dark secret returns to haunt him and forces him to wonder about his innocence. All of the action is set against the gentle back drop of the world of golf that is shaken to its roots by the series of mysterious deaths. The fast-moving action stretches from leafy Surrey in England to the world of corporate giants in New Jersey, America, and back again as it gathers pace, climaxing in a murderous conclusion.< Less
A Deed of Dreadful Note By A.C. Douglas
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This dark-hued "cozy" murder mystery ushers into the world of the amateur sleuth Sidney Hirsch, a fiftysomething, long-haired, long-bearded, aristocratic Sherlock who, in this opening... More > appearance, comes complete with a formidable if circumstantial female Watson: his sharp-witted M.A. candidate daughter, Margaret Anne. On their way to a vacation destination together, Hirsch, on a whim, makes a detour to a small seaside town in southern New Jersey where they soon find themselves enmeshed in a grotesque case of murder. The execution-style killing has all the earmarks of a professional hit, and using that as his springboard, Hirsch proceeds to solve the bizarre if apparently clueless murder until he's seemingly dead-ended by an inconsistency he can't resolve that threatens to consign his entire chain of inductive reasoning to the proverbial toilet. If a cats 'n quilts cozy murder mystery is what you were looking for, you're looking for it in the wrong place.< Less
Oh Slay, Can You Sea? By Bob Stanhope
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This is the tenth of a series of novels that revolve around JP Parker a 100 year old retired New York City private detective from the 30s, 40s, and 50s. The novels are his first person recollections... More > as told to a young writer who is compiling them into book form. In the sequel to Out Of His Past, the Parkers use some of the money Doris has made from her writing to buy a small summer cottage at the Jersey shore. Within two weeks after moving in Doris and JP are pulled into a complex jumble of organized crime, lies, ruined careers, long buried family secrets, illegal gambling, and murder. This bewildering combination of seemingly unrelated events puts the detective and his wife into the most desperate situation of their lives. And if that's not enough, an indiscretion by Doris makes their difficult situation even worse. This story shows how one event can effect multiple generations, which is why it takes over 50 before the final piece of the puzzle is revealed.< Less
Oh Slay, Can You Sea? By Bob Stanhope
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This is the tenth of a series of novels that revolve around JP Parker a 100 year old long time retired New York City private detective from the 30s, 40s, and 50s. In the sequel to Out Of His Past... More > the Parkers use some of the money Doris has made from her writing to buy a small summer cottage at the Jersey shore. Within two weeks after moving in Doris and JP are pulled into a complex jumble of organized crime, cover-ups, lies, ruined careers, long buried family secrets, illegal gambling, and murder. This bewildering combination of seemingly unrelated events puts the detective and his wife into the most desperate situation of their lives. And if that’s not enough, an indiscretion by Doris makes their difficult circumstances even worse. Oh Slay, Can You Sea? shows how one event can effect multiple generations, which is why it takes over 50 years before the final piece of the puzzle is revealed.< Less

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