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Maddie S Recipe Of Mysteries

Author: Emily Page
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ISBN: 9780692564936
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The sweet smell of success... a bitter dose of death! For baker Madeline McDougal, life is sweet, literally. As a bakery owner, Madeline spends her days baking a large variety of tasty treats. A skill passed down to her by her late Mother. Madeline's pastries are a hit with not just locals, but people from all across the country. But as of late... business has been waning. Yet everything changes when Madeline notices that the backdoor of her shop has been tampered with, and is led to an even more gruesome discovery. When the local police chief begins his investigation, Madeline becomes the prime suspect. Is she really a suspect? Or just a pawn in a dangerous game?

A Special Delivery To Die For

Author: Emily Page
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ISBN: 9780692587232
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In an effort to expand her business, bakery owner Madeline McDougal debuts a new Home Delivery service. One of her first stops is the home of local business owner and travel agent Ana Stevens. Upon her arrival however Madeline to her surprise finds the front door of Ana's house open... and later to her shock and horror, she discovers Ana's dead body lying on the floor inside! Determined to find Ana's killer, Madeline and her friends begin to sift through a quartet of suspects. Will the killer catch on and make them their next target?

Strawberry Cream Murder

Author: Susan Gillard
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530562831
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Donuts, deceit and the potential murder of a former assistant find Heather Janke at the center of a mystery in which she is a potential suspect and possibly the only one capable of discerning the truth. Was her former assistant Christa murdered and if so, why? Follow Heather as she searches for clues to get to the bottom of this sweet caper. Click the "buy now with 1 click" button at the top of the page OR Read it for FREE with Kindle Unlimited.

Strawberries Cr Me Murder

Author: Susan Gillard
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781717099358
Size: 24.54 MB
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*This is Second Edition Release of this Best Selling Cozy Mystery.* "This book is a culinary delight! I really enjoyed all the donut descriptions and Heather, the amateur sleuth, is a very likable character." Could a workplace disagreement lead to murder? Donuts, deceit and the potential murder of a former assistant find master donut backer Heather Janke at the center of a mystery in which she is a potential suspect and possibly the only one capable of discerning the truth. Was her former assistant Christa murdered and if so, why? Follow Heather as she searches for clues to get to the bottom of this sweet caper.

Fat Economics

Author: Mario Mazzocchi
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199213852
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The obesity epidemic and the growing debate about what, if any, public health policy should be adopted is the subject of endless debates within the media and in governments around the world. Whilst much has been written on the subject, this book takes a unique approach by looking at the obesity epidemic from an economic perspective. Written in a language accessible to non-specialists, the authors provide a timely discussion of evolving nutrition policies in both the developing and developed world, discuss the factors influencing supply and demand of food supply, and review the evidence for various factors which may explain recent trends in diets, weight, and health. The traditional economic model assumes people choose to be overweight as part of a utility maximisation process that involves choices about what to eat and drink, how much time to spend on leisure, food preparation, and exercise, and choices about appearance and health. Market and behavioural failures, however, such as time available to a person, education, costs imposed on the health system and economic productivity provide the economic rationale for government intervention. The authors explore various policy measures designed to deal with the epidemic and examine their effectiveness within a cost-benefit analysis framework. While providing a sound economic basis for analysing policy decisions, the book also aims to show the underlying limits of the economic framework in quantifying changes in public well-being.

Illegal Immigration A Reference Handbook 2nd Edition

Author: Michael C. LeMay
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 144084013X
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A valuable resource for high school, college, and general readers, this book provides an up-to-date, comprehensive examination of illegal immigration in America, addressing its complex history, comparing its occurrence today with the past, and explaining why a solution is so difficult to enact. • Discusses in detail all of the proposed solutions to the illegal immigration problem in the United States • Enables the reader, on an objective and factual basis, to compare illegal immigration of today with the immigration of the past, and to assess for themselves whether today's immigrants are any more or less likely to be able to successfully assimilate into American society and economy • Provides perspective essays by a range of scholars, "think-tank" subject experts, and advocacy activists that give voice to various sides of the issue in a contrasting point/counterpoint fashion • Documents how the U.S. federal system of three levels and three branches of government complicates any effort and approach to resolving the illegal immigration problem • Includes an extensive, annotated bibliography of print and nonprint resources that directs readers toward further reading on the topic

Clark H Pinnock Journey Toward Renewal

Author: Barry L. Callen
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ISBN: 9781928915027
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Evangelical theology in the twentieth century often wrestled with the ideas of Prof. Clark H. Pinnock of McMaster University. To understand the tensions of Pinnock's work is to grasp the diversity of theological options now confronting evangelicalism and to glimpse the future of evangelical theology.This biblical conservative has interacted constructively with the whole Christian community -- Evangelicalism, Pentecostalism, Wesleyanism, Process Theology, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Roman Catholicism. Described as a theologian who has prayed his head into his heart, Dr. Pinnock is not ashamed to say that he has changed his mind on theological issues several times. He insists that Christian theology is best done on one's knees.

Power And Accountability

Author: Robert A. G. Monks
Publisher: Robert Monks at Stephanie P
ISBN: 0887305121
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Corporations determine far more than any other institution, the air we breathe, the quality of water we drink, even where we live--yet they are not accountable to anyone. Authors Robert Monks and Nell Minow take up the cause of corporate accountability and shareholders rights in this controversial book that is sure to shake up America's corporate power elite.