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Little Charley Ross by Norman Zierold-P2P

The “fascinating, hair-raising, suspenseful” account of a little boy abducted in broad daylight and the desperate manhunt to find him (The New York Times Book Review).

On July 1, 1874, four-year-old Charley Ross and his older brother, Walter, were playing in front of their stately Philadelphia home when a horse-drawn carriage pulled up with two men who offered candy and fireworks if the boys would ride with them.

Hours later, Walter came back, stating that they had ridden through the city until the men abandoned him in the street but kept Charley. Soon after, their father, Christian K. Ross, received a demand for $20,000 in return for his son.

Ross went to the police for help—and before long, the case became a national phenomenon. A popular song pleaded for the boy’s safe return. The Philadelphia police searched every home in the city, and thousands of people falsely reported that they had seen Charley or knew his whereabouts. Meanwhile, the kidnappers’ ransom letters were becoming more threatening and bizarre. The press, eager to fan the flames of hysteria, printed wholly fabricated stories and even accused Christian Ross of orchestrating the whole thing in order to hide the fact that Charley was illegitimate.

And then the men who took Charley went silent . . .

This is the chilling true story of a crime that transfixed a still-growing America, the unlikely series of events that produced the case’s most tantalizing clues, and the tragic twist of fate that plunged the Ross family back into darkness and haunted them for decades to come.

Little Charley Ross: The Shocking True Story of America’s First Kidnapping for Ransom by Norman Zierold-P2P
English | April 10th, 2018 | ASIN: B07B69Y9HH, ISBN: 1504050886 | 296 Pages | EPUB | 3.99 MB
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The Educated Franchisee 3rd Edition by Rick Bisio-P2P

There is nothing more expensive than ignorance – let The Educated Franchisee serve as your guide for selecting a franchise that meets your needs!

The Educated Franchisee will teach you:
• How to find a franchise that is right for you.
• How owning a franchise can create wealth.
• Where to find quality franchisors.
• What qualities franchisors look for in a franchisee.
• How to gather information from franchisees.
• How to make sure the franchise makes money.
• How to confidently select the best franchise advisors.
• The five keys to long-term success as a franchise.

The Educated Franchisee: Find the Right Franchise for You, 3rd Edition by Rick Bisio-P2P
English | June 22nd, 2017 | ASIN: B071WMVBS1, ISBN: 1934690872 | 263 Pages | EPUB | 3.56 MB
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The Ascent of Birds by John Reilly-P2P

When and where did the ancestors of modern birds evolve? What enabled them to survive the meteoric impact that wiped out the dinosaurs? How did these early birds spread across the globe and give rise to the 10,600-plus species we recognise today ― from the largest ratites to the smallest hummingbirds? Based on the latest scientific discoveries and enriched by personal observations, The Ascent of Birds sets out to answer these fundamental questions.

The Ascent of Birds is divided into self-contained chapters, or stories, that collectively encompass the evolution of modern birds from their origins in Gondwana, over 100 million years ago, to the present day. The stories are arranged in chronological order, from tinamous to tanagers, and describe the many dispersal and speciation events that underpin the world’s 10,600-plus species. Although each chapter is spearheaded by a named bird and focuses on a specific evolutionary mechanism, the narrative will often explore the relevance of such events and processes to evolution in general.

The book starts with The Tinamou’s Story, which explains the presence of flightless birds in South America, Africa, and Australasia, and dispels the cherished role of continental drift as an explanation for their biogeography. It also introduces the concept of neoteny, an evolutionary trick that enabled dinosaurs to become birds and humans to conquer the planet.

The Vegavis’s Story explores the evidence for a Cretaceous origin of modern birds and why they were able to survive the asteroid collision that saw the demise not only of dinosaurs but of up to three-quarters of all species.

The Duck’s Story switches to sex: why have so few species retained the ancestral copulatory organ? Or, put another way, why do most birds exhibit the paradoxical phenomenon of penis loss, despite all species requiring internal fertilisation?

The Hoatzin’s Story reveals unexpected oceanic rafting from Africa to South America: a stranger-than-fiction means of dispersal that is now thought to account for the presence of other South American vertebrates, including geckos and monkeys.

The latest theories underpinning speciation are also explored. The Manakin’s Story, for example, reveals how South America’s extraordinarily rich avifauna has been shaped by past geological, oceanographic and climatic changes, while The Storm-Petrel’s Story examines how species can evolve from an ancestral population despite inhabiting the same geographical area. The thorny issue of what constitutes a species is discussed in The Albatross’s Story, while The Penguin’s Story explores the effects of environment on phenotype ― in the case of the Emperor penguin, the harshest on the planet.

The Ascent of Birds: How Modern Science is Revealing their Story (Pelagic Monographs) by John Reilly-P2P
English | April 16th, 2018 | ASIN: B07BQWJB72, ISBN: 1784271691 | 320 Pages | EPUB | 5.06 MB
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The New Farm by Brent Preston-P2P

After years of working at the ends of the earth in human rights and development, Brent Preston and his wife were die-hard city dwellers. But when their second child arrived, the shine came off urban living. In 2003 they bought a hundred acres and a rundown farmhouse and set out to build a real farm, one that would sustain their family, nourish their community, heal their environment, and turn a profit.

The New Farm is Preston’s memoir of a decade of grinding toil and perseverance. Farming is a complex and precarious business, and they made plenty of mistakes along the way. But as they learned how to grow food, and to succeed at the business of farming, they also found that a small, sustainable, organic farm could be an engine for change, a path to a more just and sustainable food system. Today, The New Farm supplies top restaurants, supports community food banks, hosts events with leading chefs, and grows extraordinary produce. Told with humor and heart, The New Farm is a joy, a passionate book by an important new voice.

The New Farm: Our Ten Years on the Front Lines of the Good Food Revolution by Brent Preston-P2P
English | March 27th, 2018 | , ISBN: 1419731084 | 288 Pages | EPUB | 2.12 MB
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“The Saddest Ship Afloat” by Allison Lawlor-P2P

On May 13, 1939, the eve of the Second World War, the MS St. Louis left port in Hamburg, Germany, headed for Havana, Cuba. Among the ship’s passengers were more than six hundred Jews attempting to escape Nazi rule. But most of the visas the passengers had purchased turned out to be fake and after several days in limbo in Havana’s harbour, the ship’s captain turned back for Europe.

Canadian and American activists petitioned their governments to accept the refugees on humanitarian grounds, but to no avail. On its return, the ship would distribute its passengers among European countries, and over the course of the war, an estimated 250 would die in the Nazi-run concentration camps.

The latest in the Stories of our Past series is illustrated with photos and sidebar features on the voyage, glimpses into the lives of passengers, a look at Canada’s postwar refugee policy, and memorials dedicated to preserving the story of this tragic event in Canadian immigration history.

“The Saddest Ship Afloat”: The Tragedy of the MS St. Louis (Stories of Our Past) by Allison Lawlor -P2P
English | June 14th, 2016 | ASIN: B07B2YVZJD, ISBN: 1771083999 | 128 Pages | EPUB | 7.69 MB
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In the Ring‎ by Don McKinnon-P2P

In the Ring deals with impossibly devious plots and characters – ambitious presidents and prime ministers from all corners of the world, some determined to hold onto power at any cost; a British government often with a misplaced sense of its own role in one of the world’s oldest organisations; and an organisation of 300 people, externally working to help the world while inwardly struggling along racial and geo-political lines. You couldn’t make it up – and he hasn’t.

For the first eight years of the 21st century, Don McKinnon was the Secretary General of the Commonwealth and this was the stuff of his day-to-day life, whether facing down armed coup leaders or soothing internal staff factions. Here for the first time he reveals what was going on behind the scenes during such major events as the suspension of Zimbabwe from the Commonwealth. With fascinating background detail and his predictions for the future of the Commonwealth itself, this is a compelling account of the trials and tribulations of running an international organisation in a complex world.

In the Ring: A Commonwealth Memoir by Donald McKinnon,‎ Don McKinnon-P2P
English | February 21st, 2013 | ASIN: B00B9EHEAK, ISBN: 1908739266 | 321 Pages | EPUB | 5.28 MB
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The Super World of Mario by Triumph Books-P2P

The Super Mario franchise has been setting trends for more than 30 years, from the 1985 release of Super Mario Bros. to Super Mario Odyssey in 2017. Now Mario, Princess Peach, Bowser, and the crew have made their jump to the Nintendo Switch. This entertaining and informative guide covers everything you should know and love about Super Mario, including character profiles, game play tips, and surprising facts.

It also features exclusive tricks for the hot new game Super Mario Odyssey and all the best strategies for Super Mario Run. With full-color screenshots from the latest releases—Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Run, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe—as well as a look back through decades of adventures, this is a must-have for any fan.

The Super World of Mario: The Ultimate Unofficial Guide to Super Mario® by Triumph Books -P2P
English | April 16th, 2018 | ASIN: B07B3LNVZ1, ISBN: 1629375896 | 96 Pages | EPUB | 38.92 MB
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