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After Eric Davis spent over 16 years in the military, including a decade in the SEAL Teams, his family was more than used to his absence on deployments and secret missions that could obscure his whereabouts for months at a time.
Without a father figure in his own life since the age of fifteen, Eric was desperate to maintain the bonds he’d fought so hard to forge when his children were young—particularly with his son, Jason, because he knew how difficult it was to face the challenge of becoming a man on one’s own. Unfortunately, Eric learned the hard way that Quality Time doesn’t always show up in Quantity Time.
Facebook, television, phones, video games, school, jobs, friends—they all got in the way of a real, meaningful father-son relationship. It was time to take action.
As a SEAL, Eric learned to innovate and push boundaries, allowing him to function at levels beyond what was expected, comfortable, ordinary, and even imaginable, and he knew that as a father he needed to do the same with his son. Meeting extreme with extreme was the only answer.
Using a unique blend of discipline, leadership, adventure, and grace, Eric and his SEAL brothers will teach you how to connect, and reconnect, with your sons and learn how to raise real men—the Navy SEAL way.
When a bomb is discovered in the White House during the first year of Phillip Grand's tenure as president of the United States, press secretary Jamie Carter takes her daughter, Faith, to the one place she believes to be safe--an address in Wyoming given to her years before by reputed mobster Don Bailino. Bailino--thought to be dead by just about everyone, except recently retired FBI special agent Paul Wilcox--has been laying low out west for more than three years, but is propelled out of hiding to protect the woman he loves and the daughter he's fathered. Will Bailino be able to keep them safe from this new threat? Or will Wilcox finally get his man? Can Jamie and Faith ever stop running? The explosive finale of the Baby Grand Trilogy.
Have you ever wanted to be your own private eye? Have you ever wanted to track down long-lost relatives or people who've scammed you? Have you ever wanted to know if your kids really are where they say they are? Or if your significant other is cheating on you? Or how to locate assets in order to collect on a judgment?
In I, Spy, world-renowned private investigator Dan Ribacoff will show you how. With decades of experience in public safety, private investigation, and credibility assessment, Dan will teach you:
The do's and don'ts of surveillance
How to conduct a stakeout--from what to wear to what to bring
How to track down anyone anywhere
How to collect and interpret evidence
How to tell if someone is lying
How to utilize informants
How to protect your home, your valuables, and your privacy
How to go off-grid, for now or forever
How to know if you're being stalked
The fundamentals of garbage retrieval
And much, much more!
Learn the art of private investigation from a pro. With Dan's time-tested tips and stories of true crime detection--straight from the gritty streets of New York City--you'll be hot on the trail in no time!
She hoped she'd never see him again. But then he kidnapped another little girl. Her daughter. Their daughter.
It's been two years since Jamie Carter escaped captivity and saved Charlotte Grand, the infant daughter of New York Governor Phillip Grand, becoming a national hero for foiling the kidnapping plot that incarcerated reputed mobster/entrepreneur Don Bailino--the man who abducted and raped her. As Governor Grand considers his candidacy for U.S. president, Bailino inexplicably escapes from prison, and soon Jamie's fifteen-month-old daughter, Faith--Bailino's biological child--disappears. Jamie sets off to find her and, in the process, finds an unlikely ally in Bailino, who is on the run not only from the FBI but from members of organized crime who have a score to settle. Can Jamie trust the man who once held her prisoner? Can she rely on her instincts? And can she again find the strength to save a child when, this time, that child is her own?
✓ Runner-up, 2016 Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition
✓ Honorable Mention, Genre Fiction, 21st Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
A curly-haired toddler. A down-on-her-luck writer. And the bad guys who brought them together.
In Albany, New York, the governor's infant daughter disappears without a trace from her crib at the Executive Mansion. Hours later, newly divorced and down-and-out writer Jamie Carter is abducted from the streets of Manhattan. Jamie is whisked upstate, where she is forced by her captor, Don Bailino, an ex-war hero/successful businessman, to care for the kidnapped child in a plot to delay the execution of mobster Gino Cataldi - the sixth man to be put to death in six years by hardliner Governor Phillip Grand. What prevails is a modern-day thriller about family ties, loyalty, murder, betrayal, and love that's told in deftly interweaving narratives that follow the police investigation of the missing Baby Grand, the bad guys who took her, and the woman who must find the strength to protect her.
A Trip Inside The Pyramid is the first book to pull together the complete story of Grammy award-winning Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the French musicians behind the legendary masks. Their earliest influences — as diverse as Barry Manilow, Giorgio Moroder, Kraftwerk and Andy Warhol — and their rise to international stardom are depicted with stunning, full-colour photography.
Rare photos, insights and revelations adorn the history of electronic music, a culture now permeated with Daft Punk's enduring legacy.
Based on Dr. Robyn Silverman's groundbreaking research at Tufts University, and filled with searingly honest young voices, Good Girls Don't Get Fat:
Decodes the ripple effects of actions that damage our girlsand provides tools to help stop them.
Shines light on the positive influence of women who embrace body types of any sizeand explains how to model the right behavior.
Shows how girls, whatever their size, can own their strengths, trust their power and accomplish amazing things.
A companion book to the acclaimed documentary film that inspired a national conversation, BULLY is packed with information and resources for teachers, parents, and anyone who cares about the more than 13 million children who will be bullied in the United States this year. From commentary about life after BULLY by the filmmakers and the families in the film, to the story of how Katy Butler’s petition campaign helped defeat the MPAA’s “R” rating, BULLY takes the story of the film beyond the closing credits. Celebrity contributions combine with essays from experts, authors, government officials, and educators to offer powerful insights and concrete steps to take, making the book an essential part of an action plan to combat the bullying epidemic in America.