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The Common Law By Robert Simms
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The Common Law is the 1881 treatise of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., American lawyer and jurist who ultimately served on the U.S. Supreme Court, but who, early in his career, wrote this comprehensive... More > history and statement of the Common Law of England, which forms such a significant part of the laws of the States in America. Holmes's work is unsurpassed for its purpose, and remains a requisite part of any lawyer's or judge's library. While in the public domain for quite some time, the book has not often been reprinted in hard cover since the last reprinting by Little, Brown & Company. It includes the full text and indices of Holmes's 1881 first edition as originally paginated, to retain the accuracy of all references. This version is designed to last a lifetime on the shelves and in the hands of American practitioners in the legal profession and the courts.< Less
The Blue Line By Robert Scott
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Join Walton Langston as he leaves the Police Academy to serve as a uniformed policeman. He is selected to become his dream, a detective. Paired up with Manuel Jimenez the two soon become legends in... More > the department because of their off-the wall but efficient methods of nabbing the criminal element. They are known as the Terrible Two by their fellow officers. When joined by another odd ball, black detective John Bradford, they continue their crusade against crime as the Titillating Three. You also get to know paramedic Wallace Brown who, as a police volunteer, poses as a black minister, the Bishop of the Church of the Esoteric Involuntary Manumission. There are moments of high tension and some belly laughs as they practice their unorthodox means of solving crime and confusing criminals.< Less
The Blue Line By Robert Scott
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Join Walton Langston as he leaves the Police Academy to serve as a uniformed policeman. He is selected to become his dream, a detective. Paired up with Manuel Jimenez the two soon become legends in... More > the department because of their off-the wall but efficient methods of nabbing the criminal element. They are known as the Terrible Two by their fellow officers. When joined by another odd ball, black detective John Bradford, they continue their crusade against crime as the Titillating Three. You also get to know paramedic Wallace Brown who, as a police volunteer, poses as a black minister, the Bishop of the Church of the Esoteric Involuntary Manumission. There are moments of high tension and some belly laughs as they practice their unorthodox means of solving crime and confusing criminals.< Less
Motor City Legends: Michigan's Sports Legacy By Robert Reynolds
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Motor City Legends explores the rich history of Detroit area and Michigan related competitive sports and individual athletes through the careers of old-time greats as Al Kaline, Doak Walker/Bobby... More > Layne, Gordie Howe, Joe Louis and George Yardley. Also recent legends Barry Sanders, Isiah Thomas, Steve Yzerman, Chauncey Billups, Miquel Cabrera, the Fab Five, defunct teams Michigan Panthers and Detroit Shock, goalie fights, odd Tigers’ trades in the 1959/60 seasons, Benton Harbor’s House of David baseball teams, and Lions Alex Karras squaring off against pro wrestling bad man Dick the Bruiser. The messy results of Gates Browns’ unusual slide into second base. There’s the time a rival ball player stole home against the Tigers twice in a single game. Countless items of trivia are presented in this stroll down Michigan Sports Memory Lane. Much of the book centers on a large Who’s Who section of many athletic personalities who were raised in Michigan, attended a local school, or played on an athletic team.< Less
Motor City Legends: Michigan's Sports Legacy By Robert Reynolds
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Motor City Legends explores the rich history of Detroit area and Michigan related competitive sports and individual athletes through the careers of old-time greats as Al Kaline, Doak Walker/Bobby... More > Layne, Gordie Howe, Joe Louis and George Yardley. Also recent legends Barry Sanders, Isiah Thomas, Steve Yzerman, Chauncey Billups, Miquel Cabrera, the Fab Five, defunct teams Michigan Panthers and Detroit Shock, goalie fights, odd Tigers’ trades in the 1959/60 seasons, Benton Harbor’s House of David baseball teams, and Lions Alex Karras squaring off against pro wrestling bad man Dick the Bruiser. The messy results of Gates Browns’ unusual slide into second base. There’s the time a rival ball player stole home against the Tigers twice in a single game. Countless items of trivia are presented in this stroll down Michigan Sports Memory Lane. Much of the book centers on a large Who’s Who section of many athletic personalities who were raised in Michigan, attended a local school, or played on an athletic team< Less
Heddle, Neddle & Toe By Dorotha Ritchie-Roberts
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Heddle, Neddle & Toe is the story of three pigs living happily on Farmer Browns Farm. That is until the littlest one became jealous of what the others had. He felt left out and decided that... More > life outside of the protection of the pen must have more to offer. The many lessons he learned could be applied to each of our lives today; young and old alike. If each of us could take a lesson from this book as its author intended, we would soon learn that the grass in not always greener on the other side of the fence. We would also learn things are not always what they seem. But I believe that the greatest lesson of all from this heartwarming story would be to grow where you are planted and learn to be content with what God has given you. It’s a sweet story written from the heart of a mother/grandmother to all who will listen and learn the simplest lessons of life.< Less
Heddle, Neddle & Toe By Dorotha Ritchie-Roberts
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Heddle, Neddle & Toe is the story of three pigs living happily on Farmer Browns Farm. That is until the littlest one became jealous of what the others had. He felt left out and decided that... More > life outside of the protection of the pen must have more to offer. The many lessons he learned could be applied to each of our lives today; young and old alike. If each of us could take a lesson from this book as its author intended, we would soon learn that the grass in not always greener on the other side of the fence. We would also learn things are not always what they seem. But I believe that the greatest lesson of all from this heartwarming story would be to grow where you are planted and learn to be content with what God has given you. It’s a sweet story written from the heart of a mother/grandmother to all who will listen and learn the simplest lessons of life.< Less
Self Powered Green Energy Devices By Apostle Robert Muli
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This book is a scientific disclosure of self powered green energy generators invented by the author. The devices are kick-started using a temporary external source of power and after that they use... More > some of their energy to power themselves and the rest is used to do work. These devices are helpful, in our modern world. You will be shocked at how easy it is to convert your computer into a self powered machine which also generates power for other uses. The book contains schematic drawings for all disclosed devices. This book is also available as an ebook at Smashwords and other online markets.< Less
A Gentlemen's Agreement By Robert C. Stone
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12 August 1933:Alan Winslow lay on the ground below his third-story Ottawa hotel-room window. Unconscious, he would be dead within days. The Pan American Airway's foreign agent had landed in Ottawa... More > two days earlier for a meeting with high level Canadian Government officials. Now he was motionless, directly below the window from which he tumbled. Thirty-seven years old at the time of his death, the Ivy league son of a well-connected Midwestern family had led a privileged life. Winslow, a childhood friend of Ernest Hemingway, was a gifted athlete, but lost an arm in World War I as a member of the famous 94 Aero Squadron. A month before his death, Winslow had been in Newfoundland, the most important country, in terms of strategic value to aviation, in the world, with Charles Lindbergh, as the pair continued their mission was to secure air rights, essential to continental defense and the development of international civil aviation over the North Atlantic.< Less
Seize Occupy and Defend By Robert Bailey & Katherine Bailey
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An illegal immigrant-resident alien becomes a national military hero in WWII, awarded the Medal of Honor, and uses his new-found fame to become a civil rights hero. He inspires his entire generation... More > of Mexican Americans to straighten their backs, lift their heads and see new possibilities they were emboldened to pursue. Achievements were attained that have been dismissed by the Black/White Paradigm; hence, comparative analysis between Mexican American and African American civil rights history has been explored and conclusions presented. His military and civil rights legacy is relevant to today's hottest issue, immigration reform.< Less

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