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        Caviar Crimes opens with attorney Tom McGuire on stage in a club pursuing his dream of becoming a stand-up comedian.  A disturbance in the audience leads to the discovery that one of his girlfriend Maria's 'clients' at her County job is the aged relative of a man in big trouble with the FBI.  Tom reluctantly represents the man and finds himself in conflict with the Russian Mafia.
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        The Tax Code is more than 15,000 pages long.  This book outlines and explains almost every popular argument presented to Federal Courts to explain why one need not pay income tax.
        To maintain accuracy, all statements of law have been taken from official IRS documentation, and citations are provided for every case mentioned.
 -  by Edwin H. Sinclair, Jr.
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        Peter faces a double task: defending a person who is charged with murder, and also trying to locate the missing victim, who was allegedly killed in a completely locked room.
        You’ll be sitting on the edge of your chair during the suspenseful events that take place in the last few minutes of Peter’s client’s murder trial.
 -  Peter Sharp Legal Mystery #10  by Gene Grossman
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        This book is square one for any person seriously interested in criminology; it presents one of the first complete compilations of studies on the relationships between criminals and the rest of society.
        Morrison leaves no stone unturned: the reader will even learn the average height and weight of upper-class criminals as compared to those of the middle working class.
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        Unlike many other books that merely provide definitions for a list of words and phrases, Dr. Shoveen goes behind the words that many women use to decode the hidden meanings.
        Successful use of the Shoveen method of verbal self-defense levels the playing field and gives men a chance to survive in a relationship.
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 -  by Dr. Nick Shoveen, Ph.D.
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        It is very possible that Mr. Nye might have been an influence on the producers of humorous history films like Mel Brooks' History of the World, Part I.
        From what Nye tells us, "America had many other discoverers besides Columbus, but he seems to have made more satisfactory arrangements with the historians than any of the others."
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 -  by Edgar Wilson (Bill) Nye
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        Written by the same person who created Phantom of the Opera, this is considered one of the best locked room mysteries ever devised.
        Young journalist Joseph Rouletabille uses reasoning and logic to solve the attempted murder of a scientist's daughter in a room with barred windows and a double-locked door.
 -  by Gaston Leroux
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        This is Joseph Conrad’s classic novel inspired by actual events: the attempt to blow up the Greenwich Observatory in 1894, possibly the first 'international terrorist' incident in Britain.
        The story revolves around a beautiful young wife, her simple-minded brother, and her devoted but tortured husband.  If you're looking for a happy ending, you won't find it in this book.
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        This book is for any person looking to climb the ladder to success.  Successful financier Sinclair spent years interviewing successful people about their methods, habits, and rules of behavior.
        It covers all the important rules to follow concerning personal conduct both in and out of the workplace, plus 27 requirements that any professionally-oriented person must follow to 'fit in.'
 -  by Edwin H. Sinclair, Jr.
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