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Bookman Dead Style (A Dangerous Type Mystery)

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A movie star is typecast as a killer in the second Dangerous Type Mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of To Helvetica and Back.   It’s January, and the Star City Film Festival has taken the Utah ski resort town by storm. Movie stars are everywhere, carving fresh powder on the slopes and crossing the thresholds of Bygone Alley’s charming boutique shops—including The Rescued Word, where Clare Henry and her grandfather restore old typewriters and beloved books. When cinema’s hottest superhero, Matt Bane, enters their store to buy some personalized notecards, it’s hard not to be starstruck.   But when Clare sees the police leading Matt out of The Fountain hotel in handcuffs only a few hours later, she can’t believe her eyes. The affable actor is accused of killing his sister, but Clare’s convinced he’s wrong for that role. Now it’s open call for suspects as Clare tries to reel in the killer before another victim fades to black...
Autoria: Paige Shelton
Publicado por: Berkley | Data de publicação: 07/02/2017
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 304 páginas

The Bookman's Tale: A Novel of Obsession

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A mysterious portrait ignites an antiquarian bookseller’s search through time and the works of Shakespeare for his lost love. Charlie Lovett’s new book, The Lost Book of the Grail, is now available. Guaranteed to capture the hearts of everyone who truly loves books, The Bookman’s Tale is a former bookseller’s sparkling novel and a delightful exploration of one of literature’s most tantalizing mysteries with echoes of Shadow of the Wind and A.S. Byatt's Possession. Nine months after the death of his beloved wife Amanda left him shattered, Peter Byerly, a young antiquarian bookseller, relocates from North Carolina to the English countryside, hoping to outrun his grief and rediscover the joy he once took in collecting and restoring rare books. But upon opening an eighteenth-century study of Shakespeare forgeries, he discovers a Victorian watercolor of a woman who bears an uncanny resemblance to Amanda.   Peter becomes obsessed with learning the picture’s origins and braves a host of dangers to follow a trail of clues back across the centuries—all the way to Shakespeare’s time and a priceless literary artifact that could prove, once and for all, the truth about the Bard’s real identity.
Publicado por: Penguin Books | Data de publicação: 28/05/2013
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 369 páginas

Gestão de Projetos: As Melhores Práticas

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Desde que a primeira edição foi publicada, os insights desta obra têm ajudado executivos, gerentes e outros membros das equipes de projeto em grandes e pequenos negócios. Agora a terceira edição está aqui, ao alcance do leitor brasileiro, incorporando tópicos emergentes como gestão virtual da equipe de projetos e culturas corporativas internacionais.
Publicado por: Bookman | Data de publicação: 01/01/2017
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 369 páginas

Isto é Design Thinking de Serviços

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A fronteira entre produtos e serviços está cada vez mais difusa, e é hora de pensarmos de um jeito diferente: Isto é Design Thinking de Serviços. Escrito com as mesmas abordagens cocriativas que introduz, este livro apresenta uma perspectiva interdisciplinar ao design de serviços – tema que vem despertando interesse dos mais diversos campos.O livro está estruturado em 3 seções: Fundamentos apresenta os conceitos do design thinking de serviços e traz uma seleção de perspectivas individuais, mostrando as semelhanças e diferenças entre as áreas envolvidas no processo. Ferramentas explica o processo iterativo do design de serviços e apresenta 25 ferramentas de design adaptáveis. Casos mostra como fundamentos, processos e ferramentas funcionam na prática por meio de estudos de caso internacionais. Ao final, artigos refletem sobre a situação atual da pesquisa na área e inserem o design thinking de serviços em um contexto filosófico.
Publicado por: Bookman | Data de publicação: 01/01/2014
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 369 páginas

Descobrindo a Estatística Usando o SPSS

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Escrito no estilo vívido de Andy Field e enriquecido com exemplos divertidos da vida diária dos estudantes, o livro forma uma ponte acessível para o mundo frequentemente intimidante da estatística. É oportunidade única para estudantes fundamentarem seus conhecimentos de estatística com o uso do SPSS.
Autoria: Andy Field
Publicado por: Bookman | Data de publicação: 08/09/2015
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 369 páginas

The Bookman: Cruel & unnatural punishment: Visiting 1,000 colleges (English Edition)

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Novella: On the road as a Field Editor of a NYC college publisher
Publicado por: MBD Enterprises | Data de publicação: 21/06/2016
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The Bookman's Tale (English Edition)

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Waiting at the airport of a Caribbean island for his homeward bound plane, Edward Ray—the bookman of the title—reflects on this week, which has changed his life. First, there was the cargo ship voyage to San Juan de Pinos, a journey shared by an odd assortment of fellow passengers whose lives impinge on his own, and who entertain one another—in the manner of the travellers in Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales with stories of their own unusual experiences. Then there are his hopes for meeting Claudia—unseen for three decades—and for reviving the love they shared 30 years ago. Lastly there is Janet Tyner, a young woman who offers him a ride on the island and then gives him much more than he ever bargained for. The Bookman’s Tale is a lush and exotic novel, compact with the sights and smells of the Caribbean, of desire and passion, and with the mysterious ways of fate. It is a novel marked, as well, by the sensitive reflections of the Bookman himself, who, after his trip, has, perhaps, the most unusual tale of all those who made the journey.
Autoria: Berry Fleming
Publicado por: The Permanent Press | Data de publicação: 12/05/2015
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 160 páginas

The University Bookman on Edmund Burke: Reviews and Interviews from 50 years of publication (The University Bookman Collections Book 2) (English Edition)

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The life and thought of Edmund Burke, the statesman and political thinker (1729–1797), continue to influence people and policies across the English-speaking world, particularly in the conservative tradition. The UNIVERSITY BOOKMAN (a review founded in 1960 by Russell Kirk and now edited by Gerald J. Russello) has been reviewing books on Burke and his legacy for more than five decades. This publication collects 21 reviews, essays, and interviews on Burke published in the Bookman or our sister publication, Reflections, the newsletter of the Edmund Burke Society of America. It is a handy compendium of a range of Burke scholarship, including selections from Dante Germino, Francis Canavan, SJ, and Peter J. Stanlis, as well as an interview with recent Burke biographer Jesse Norman and an introduction by noted Burke scholar Ian Crowe.
Publicado por: The Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal | Data de publicação: 24/02/2015
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 119 páginas

Bookman and the 1791 Slave Revolt in Haiti: The Beginning of the Haitian Revolution (English Edition)

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Bookman and the 1791 Slave Revolt in Haiti: The Beginning of the Haitian Revolution” is a translated excerpt of an early 20th century work by Anténor Firmin (1850-1911, full name Joseph Auguste Anténor Firmin). Firmin was a Haitian writer, journalist, and politician. He was best known for his 1885 book “De l'égalité des races humaines” (“On the Equality of Human Races“). This book was written to refute the famous racist 1855 book by the Frenchman Count de Gobineau, “Essai sur l'inégalité des races humaines” (“Essay on the Inequality of Human Races“). Gobineau’s book claimed that the Aryan race was superior, while blacks and other races were inferior. Gobineau’s ideas would influence the 20th century Nazi movement in Germany.The Haitian Revolution (1791-1804) transformed the French Caribbean colony of Saint-Domingue into the independent nation of Haiti. Before the Revolution French planters in Saint-Domingue made huge profits by exploiting enslaved labourers on sugar and coffee plantations.The Haitian Revolution, which brought an end to slavery in Saint-Domingue/Haiti, began with a slave revolt in the summer of 1791 on Haiti’s northern plain. The first leader of the rebellion was an enslaved man named Boukman Dutty (or Bookman), who had come to Saint-Domingue from Jamaica. Boukman was killed in battle in the fall of 1791, a few months after the revolt began.The 1791 slave revolt began during a time of upheaval in Saint-Domingue that began with the 1789 French Revolution. After the French Revolution began, conflict broke out in the colony between various factions of whites and free people of colour. The people of colour, who had previously helped to maintain control over the colony’s enslaved majority, now demanded equal rights with whites. This led to fighting, including a 1790 revolt by free people of colour led by a merchant of colour named Vincent Ogé and Jean-Baptiste Chavannes.After Boukman’s death the leadership of the rebel forces was taken over by two other men, Georges Biassou and Jean-Francois. Under their leadership the rebels allied themselves with Spain and Britain against the French Republic. Later on another man, Toussaint Louverture, emerged as the most powerful black military commander in Saint-Domingue. Louverture defected to the French Republicans and helped them to defeat the pro-Spanish black armies and the British. Louverture then made himself governor of the colony, but was deposed in 1802 by an invasion force sent by Napoleon Bonaparte, and led by Napoleon’s brother-in-law Leclerc.Leclerc had Louverture deported to France, where the former governor died in prison. But the colony’s black population, including Louverture’s former lieutenants Jean-Jacques Dessalines and Henri Christophe, fought againt Leclerc and his successor Rochambeau. Eventually the French army was defeated, and Haiti declared its independence under with Dessalines as its first leader.
Data de publicação: 23/02/2015
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The Bookman (English Edition)

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Travis Cole, an ex-fighter pilot, and decorated Gulf war veteran has settled into a fairly quiet life on Houston's north side. A lifelong book lover, he runs a store in Spring dedicated to old childrens books. A collector and dealer in rare books shouldnt expect much adventure in his life, and after his experience as a POW in Iraq, that suits Travis to a T.One day his housekeeper comes to him with a worry about her young grand-daughter, Marisol. She's has been hanging around with some members of the Nuestra Sangres gang, and her grandmother is concerned that Marisol may be in danger.Not long afterward Marisol disappears and Travis is convinced that the Nuestras have Trafficked her to the underworld of human organ harvesters. He springs into action, aided by a beautiful detective who specializes in finding missing children. They go searching for the little girl.Travis and Kim soon find out that not only are they battling the gang, but members of the Houston police department may also be complicit in her disappearance. Their search takes them from the plains of Houston to Los Angeles as the trail of Marisol grows cold. They are in race against time to find her before Marisol disappears forever.Travis also begins to have some feelings for the lovely Kim. There is way more to her than meets the eye as he soon learns in their quest to fing Marisol. A veteran of Afghansitan as a Marine, Kim is the most dangerous and exciting woman he's ever met. But the more he learns, the more questions about her arise, and she isnt talking. And Travis begins to wonder just how much he can trust this volatile woman who carefully hides her backgroundTaught, gripping adventure. Heart stopping suspense. A power-packer thiller. Ripped from the pages of todays headlines.
Autoria: D.C. Messler
Data de publicação: 21/11/2014
Detalhes sobre o livro digital: eBook Kindle, 364 páginas
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