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Rachel Carter launches a mind-blowing time-travel trilogy with her YA novel So Close to You. Lydia Bentley doesn’t believe the rumors about the Montauk Project, that there’s some sort of government conspiracy involving people vanishing and tortured children. But her grandfather is sure that the Project is behind his father’s disappearance more than sixty years earlier. While helping her grandfather search Camp Hero, a seemingly abandoned military base on Long Island, for information about the disappearance, Lydia is transported back to 1944—just a few days before her great-grandfather’s disappearance. Lydia begins to unravel the dark secrets of the Montauk Project and her own family history, despite warnings from Wes, a mysterious boy she is powerfully attracted to but not sure she should trust.
Determined and desperate to become a mother, Tertia Albertyn underwent nine IVF treatments when three is usually as much as many people can take. This is her devastating and devastatingly funny account of her bare-knuckle fight with infertility.
From the #1 best-selling authors of "The Nanny Dairies," "Citizen Girl," "Dedication," and "How To Be A Grown-Up" comes a scandalous tale of a different kind of employer/employee relationship.
The second edition of Dyslexia in the Workplace is a comprehensive guide to how dyslexic adults in employment can improve their skills, and how their employers and other professionals can help. Offers invaluable insights for overcoming obstacles to success, enhancing workplace efficiency and ensuring that dyslexic employees achieve their full potential Written in an accessible style that is perfect for professionals and dyslexic individuals alike Covers related syndromes such as dyspraxia, attention deficit disorder and visual stress Explores the legal obligations and other issues that are important to workplace managers, especially human resources professionals Provides authoritative guidance on recent case law relating to dyslexia
Rediscover the incomparable, unstoppable Lieutenant Taylor Jackson in this chilling suspense novel from New York Times bestselling author J.T. Ellison. It’s a hideous echo of a violent past. Across America, murders are being committed with all the twisted hallmarks of the Boston Strangler, the Zodiac Killer and Son of Sam. The media frenzy explodes and Nashville homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson knows instantly that The Pretender is back…and he’s got helpers. As The Pretender’s disciples perpetrate their sick homages—stretching police and the FBI dangerously thin—Taylor tries desperately to prepare for their inevitable showdown. And she must do it alone. To be close to her is to be in mortal danger, and she won’t risk losing anyone she loves. But the isolation, the self-doubt and the rising body count are taking their toll—she’s beside herself and ready to snap. The brilliant psychopath who both adores and despises her is drawing close. Close enough to touch… Originally published in 2011
An acute analysis of filmmaking in a nation forced to produce culture under the shadow of Hollywood. Michael Dorland crafts a careful historical analysis of Canadian feature film policy from the 1950s to the present, based on an impressive array of government records of meetings, memos, reports, and speeches, as well as in-depth personal interviews with key participants.

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