James Rickards has authored two books, both about financial markets: "Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis," published in 2011, and "The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary Sy... More »

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Ann Rule typically turned out two books each year. One of the was a hardback book focusing on a particular crime and its ensuing investigation, while the other was a paperback covering several crimes in less detail. Ms. ... More »

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Since beginning the series, author J.D. Robb has published two books per year in the "In Death" series with the exception of 1998. The series began in 1995 with "Naked in Death" and "Glory in Death." As of 2015, the seri... More »

In The American Crisis articles, Thomas Paine wrote of his support for an independent and self-governing America during the trials of the American Revolution in 1776. General George Washington found the first essay of th... More »

The eight divine stages of unity detailed in the "Twin Flame Reunion Mastery" course book are Preparation, Recognition, Testing, Crisis, Running, Surrendering, Illumination and Reunion. These divine stages are part of a ... More »

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The Jesse Stone novels begin with "Night Passage," "Trouble In Paradise," "Death In Paradise," "Stone Cold" and "Sea Change". These were followed by "High Profile," "Stranger In Paradise" and "Night And Day." Then came "... More »

The "Who Was...?" books comprise a series of illustrated biographies for children aged 8 to 11 published by Penguin Young Readers Group. The books feature important historical figures. More »

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