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Author by : Robert A. Glover Languange Used : en Release Date : 2002-12-18 Publisher by : Running PressBook Pub ISBN : 0762415339 File Size : 54,8 Mb Total Download : 683
Debunks the "nice guy syndrome," the need to please others at one's own expense with the hope of receiving happiness, love, and fulfillment, and offers advice for how to rediscover oneself, revive one's sex life, and build better relationships with others.
Author by : Carl Weber Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-02-01 Publisher by : Urban Books ISBN : 9781622864294 File Size : 45,6 Mb Total Download : 277
Ripped from the pages of his New York Times bestselling Family Business series, Carl Weber brings you No More Mr. Nice Guy, the origin of Niles Monroe, the super-bad hitman who will one day become Paris Duncan’s one true love. Niles has just returned from eight years of serving his country as a Special Forces sniper. He’s looking forward to a consulting job with Dynamic Defense and spending time with his family, including his bi-polar mother, Lorna, and his hard-drinking uncle, Willie. What Niles doesn’t know is that Dynamic Defense is actually a CIA front. He’s not interested in joini
Author by : Brett Martin Languange Used : en Release Date : 2013-06-27 Publisher by : Penguin ISBN : 9781101617793 File Size : 50,6 Mb Total Download : 220
A revealing look at the shows that helped TV emerge as the signature art form of the twenty-first century In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the landscape of television began an unprecedented transformation. While the networks continued to chase the lowest common denominator, a wave of new shows on cable channels dramatically stretched television’s narrative inventiveness, emotional resonance, and artistic ambition. Combining deep reportage with cultural analysis and historical context, Brett Martin recounts the rise and inner workings of a genre that represents not only a new golden age for