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7 Years: Musings of a Family Man By Bill Lee
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7 Years: Musings of a Family Man is a story of a man and his family of six. In this compilation of essays, Lee captures the insanity, the humor, the frustration, and the joy of raising a young... More > family. Whether it is being caught “potty faking” by his wife, having second amendment arguments with Santa Claus, or trying to break a Guinness World Record by overfeeding his cat, Lee’s playful view of family life will bring a smile to those who have raised children.< Less
Churn That Bill, Baby... By Charlie C.H. Lee, Esq.
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A study of: the trend of lawyer overbilling in the legal industry; its effect on attorneys, law firms, clients and the profession; a critique of industry attempts thus far to resolve the overbilling... More > problem; a survey of case law, and a proposed technological solution.< Less
Wild Bill and Lovely Lizzie By Jami Hunt-Williams
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The story of Wilmon Cody Smithee and his lovely wife, Elizabeth Malinda Lee, better known as Bill and Lizzie Smithee.
The Bill Collector's Story By Aiyo Jones
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Lee Lawson is the most cruel, relentless, cold, and heartless bill collector in North Carolina's most prominent collecton agency, NRCA. He would hunt his victims down until they pay their debts, even... More > if it meant taking away their homes, cars, savings, and even their jobs. But after NRCA's owner betrays Lawson and fires him, Lawson loses the lavish lifestyle his job provided for him and his family. All he has now is his wife and kids. Now, NRCA is after him and he knows how it feels to be humbled, poor, broke, and chased down like an animal. When one debtor takes his own life due to increased pressure from NRCA, Lawson has a change of heart and becomes determined to shut down the agency for good by bringing the big-time corporation to court. Millions are depending on Lawson to bring peace in their lives by ending the NRCA nightmare.< Less
The Bill Collector's Story By Aiyo Jones
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Lee Lawson is the most cruel, relentless, cold, and heartless bill collector in North Carolina's most prominent collecton agency, NRCA. He would hunt his victims down until they pay their debts, even... More > if it meant taking away their homes, cars, savings, and even their jobs. But after NRCA's owner betrays Lawson and fires him, Lawson loses the lavish lifestyle his job provided for him and his family. All he has now is his wife and kids. Now, NRCA is after him and he knows how it feels to be humbled, poor, broke, and chased down like an animal. When one debtor takes his own life due to increased pressure from NRCA, Lawson has a change of heart and becomes determined to shut down the agency for good by bringing the big-time corporation to court. Millions are depending on Lawson to bring peace in their lives by ending the NRCA nightmare.< Less
The Book-Bills of Narcissus An Account Rendered by Richard Le Gallienne By Richard Le Gallienne
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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: Richard Le Gallienne (20 January 1866 – 15 September 1947)... More > was an English author and poet. The American actress Eva Le Gallienne (1899–1991) was his daughter, by his second marriage.He was born in Liverpool. He started work in an accountant's office, but abandoned this job to become a professional writer. The book My Ladies' Sonnets appeared in 1887, and in 1889 he became, for a brief time, literary secretary to Wilson Barrett.He joined the staff of the newspaper The Star in 1891, and wrote for various papers by the name Logroller. He contributed to The Yellow Book, and associated with the Rhymers' Club.His first wife, Mildred Lee, died in 1894. They had one daughter, Hesper. In 1897 he married the Danish journalist Julie Norregard, who left him in 1903 and took their daughter Eva to live in Paris. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Le_Gallienne< Less
From Manassas To Appomatox By Bill Butler
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Grand Tactical miniatures system. Before there was Fire & Fury, FROM MANASSAS to APPOMATTOX brought Grand Tactical ACW wargaming to the tabletop. Command Large Armies as Brigades and Divisions.... More > Use any figure scale or basing.< Less
From Manassas To Appomatox By Bill Butler
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A complete Civil War miniatures system to recreate large Grand Tactical battles. This is the Full Color Version. Before there was Fire & Fury, FROM MANASSAS TO APPOMATTOX took to the field to... More > Command Brigades and Divisions recreating the mighty battles of the Civil War. Use any figure scale or basing.< Less
Brigham's Destroying Angel By Bill Hickman
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William Adams Hickman, also known as "Wild Bill" Hickman (April 16, 1815 - August 21, 1883), was a frontiersman. He also served as a representative to the Utah Territorial... More > Legislature. Hickman was baptized into Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1839 by John D. Lee. He later served as a personal bodyguard for Joseph Smith, Jr. and Brigham Young. Hickman was reputedly a member of the Danites.< Less
The Kennedy Conspiracy: 12 Startling Revelations About the JFK Assassination By Bill Sloan
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The Kennedy Conspiracy contains 12 little-known accounts by JFK assassination eyewitnesses, investigators, and other principal figures that shed new light and offer new evidence about the greatest... More > unsolved murder case of the 20th century. In combination, they cast grave doubt on the official Warren Commission conclusion that accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald acted totally alone on November 22, 1963. Author Bill Sloan, now one of a handful of surviving Dallas press corps members who were on the scene that day, was working on the City Desk of the Dallas Times Herald just four blocks away when the fatal shots were fired. He helped cover the fast-moving sequence of events that followed and spent years investigating the case and conducting exclusive interviews with many of the people directly involved.< Less