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Carter Reed 2

Author: Tijan
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
ISBN: 1682304841
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Fans of Sempre will love this sequel that deals with a former hitman, who left the mafia for the woman he loves, facing past adversaries.

Carter Reed

Author: Tijan
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ISBN: 9781501419034
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Emma decided to skip the gym and went home early. It was the last easy decision she made because she found her roommate being raped by the boyfriend. She had two choices. Call the cops and be killed by his family's mafia connections or kill him first and hope to survive. There was no choice to her. She killed the bastard first and went to the one person who could protect her. Carter Reed. He's a weapon for the rivaling mafia family, but he's also Emma's secret. Not only was he best friends with her brother, but she's the reason he became that weapon in the first place. This book is not for the faint of heart.

A Whole New Crowd

Author: Tijan
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
ISBN: 1682304914
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Fans of teen dramas will love this story about a girl who tries to fit in with the rich crowd, but when tragedy strikes, everything comes tumbling down.

Cole

Author: Tijan
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
ISBN: 1682304752
Size: 11.30 MB
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Fans of Kresley Cole’s The Game Maker Series will love this story about a recent widow who falls in love with the head of a mafia family, but unwittingly finds herself in the middle of a mafia war after learning her deceased husband had secrets of his own.

Broken And Screwed

Author: Tijan
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
ISBN: 168230485X
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Fans of Jennifer Armentrout will love this story about a girl who must get over her brother’s death with the help of his best friend who has secrets of his own.

Mason

Author: Tijan
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
ISBN: 1682304760
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Fans of WALKING DISASTER will love this story about how the ramifications of parents have lasting effects on a son.

The Castle Cross The Magnet Carter

Author: Kia Corthron
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1609806581
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Winner of the Center for Fiction's 2016 First Novel Prize The hotly anticipated first novel by lauded playwright and The Wire TV writer Kia Corthron, The Castle Cross the Magnet Carter sweeps American history from 1941 to the twenty-first century through the lives of four men--two white brothers from rural Alabama, and two black brothers from small-town Maryland--whose journey culminates in an explosive and devastating encounter between the two families. On the eve of America's entry into World War II, in a tiny Alabama town, two brothers come of age in the shadow of the local chapter of the Klan, where Randall--a brilliant eighth-grader and the son of a sawmill worker--begins teaching sign language to his eighteen-year-old deaf and uneducated brother B.J. Simultaneously, in small-town Maryland, the sons of a Pullman Porter--gifted six-year-old Eliot and his artistic twelve-year-old brother Dwight--grow up navigating a world expanded both by a visit from civil and labor rights activist A. Philip Randolph and by the legacy of a lynched great-aunt. The four mature into men, directly confronting the fierce resistance to the early civil rights movement, and are all ultimately uprooted. Corthron's ear for dialogue, honed from years of theater work, brings to life all the major concerns and movements of America's past century through the organic growth of her marginalized characters, and embraces a quiet beauty in their everyday existences. Sharing a cultural and literary heritage with the work of Toni Morrison, Alex Haley, and Edward P. Jones, Kia Corthron's The Castle Cross the Magnet Carter is a monumental epic deftly bridging the political and the poetic, and wrought by one of America's most recently recognized treasures.

Kian

Author: Tijan
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
ISBN: 1682304825
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Fans of bad boys will love this romance about the rich kid who just got out of prison and seeks out the girl he killed to protect.

The War For Late Night

Author: Bill Carter
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101443421
Size: 76.37 MB
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A dramatic account of the politics and personalities behind NBC's calamitous attempt to reinvent late-night television. When NBC decided to move Jay Leno into prime time to make room for Conan O'Brien to host the Tonight show-a job he had been promised five years earlier-skeptics anticipated a train wreck for the ages. It took, in fact, only a few months for the dire predictions to come true. Leno's show, panned by critics, dragged down the ratings-and the profits-of NBC's affiliates, while ratings for Conan's new Tonight show plummeted to the lowest levels in history. Conan's collapse, meanwhile, opened an unexpected door of opportunity for rival David Letterman. What followed was a boisterous, angry, frequently hilarious public battle that had millions of astonished viewers glued to their sets. In The War for Late Night, New York Times reporter Bill Carter offers a detailed behind-the-scenes account of the events of the unforgettable 2009/2010 late-night season as all of its players- performers, producers, agents, and network executives-maneuvered to find footing amid the shifting tectonic plates of television culture.

Addiction Neuroethics

Author: Adrian Carter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139504673
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Addiction is a significant health and social problem and one of the largest preventable causes of disease globally. Neuroscience promises to revolutionise our ability to treat addiction, lead to recognition of addiction as a 'real' disorder in need of medical treatment and thereby reduce stigma and discrimination. However, neuroscience raises numerous social and ethical challenges: • If addicted individuals are suffering from a brain disease that drives them to drug use, should we mandate treatment? • Does addiction impair an individual's ability to consent to research or treatment? • How will neuroscience affect social policies towards drug use? Addiction Neuroethics addresses these challenges by examining ethical implications of emerging neurobiological treatments, including: novel psychopharmacology, neurosurgery, drug vaccines to prevent relapse, and genetic screening to identify individuals who are vulnerable to addiction. Essential reading for academics, clinicians, researchers and policy-makers in the fields of addiction, mental health and public policy.