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Bag Man

Bag Man

by Michael Yarvitz, Rachel Maddow
304 Pages · 2020 · 17 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Don’t Lie to Me
by Jeanine Pirro
304 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 16 Downloads · New!
“Don’t Lie to Me: And Stop Trying to steal Our Freedom” is an amazing and entertaining book. This book tells us about propagandas against president Donald trump his ability to stood against them. This book is written by Jeannie Pirro who is a respected judge, firmer district Attorney, legal commentator, author, and champion of women’s rights. She was the first elected women judge and is the founder of the first unit against women violence. She lives in Westchester New York with her two children two dogs and one pig. This writer tells conspiracies of opposition against President Donald Trump and the steadfastness of this great person against these conspiracies. She says that with time their increase in frequency and intensity but the president paid no heed to them. Opposition brainwashed the minds of the public but after all, we came to know the truth and it is revealed to us that you are a liar. They tried every effort to befool the people but they failed. In short, this book tells us about the fight between good and evil and truth and lies. You may also like to download Compromised by Peter Strzok
Rage
by Bob Woodward
480 Pages · 2020 · 29 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Rage” is a fact filled book in which author tells us that the Trump behavior toward the pandemic was not too unusual because he had learnt and done the same during his 3 years of presidency. The book is written by Bob Woodward. In this book author tells us that the mind of Trump thinks differently and the book enlightens the ways in which he criticized other countries and didn’t accepted anything and said that it is only a joke and nothing can be dangerous to him and his economic policies. The book tells us the response of Trump to the crises and it also tells how he spends his whole day during lockdown. This book tells us how the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of state and Directorates of  national intelligence put their efforts to save themselves and the public as well as country from the pandemic although Trump ignored it badly it the start. Here the author exposes a secret about the Trump that he exchanged almost 25 letters with the North Korean leader Kim Jong which shows the strength of relation between them. In summary, the book is full of fun, entertainment and inspiration for the readers who are interested in world famous political leaders.
The Last Pirate of New York
by Rich Cohen
256 Pages · 2015 · 14 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Last Pirate of New York: A Ghost Ship, a Killer, and the Birth of a Gangster Nation” is a remarkable work of scholarship about old New York, combined with a skillfully told, edge-of-your-seat adventure story. Rich Cohen is the author of this book. It is an eerie story and a perfect story. A crime is committed, a culprit is pursued, a trial is held, a punishment is delivered. And that’s it and everything happens in between. Click on the button given below to download The Last Pirate of New York: A Ghost Ship, a Killer, and the Birth of a Gangster Nation PDF book by Rich free. This book is available in ePub and PDF format. You can also Download The Flight Girls by Noelle Salazar PDF.
The Library Book
by Susan Orlean
336 Pages · 2015 · 22.7MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Library Book” is a fascinating story of the library, not just a library, but the library as an institution across the world and across time. Susan Orlean is the author of this comprehensive book. Susan is a superb writer. Susan is a stupendous researcher and writer who has the ability to make virtually any subject interesting.  In this book, she managed to accomplish what is actually a powerful piece of investigative journalism, full of factual information, in a form that begins as and continually evolves as a wonderfully engaging story. In Orlean’s entertaining and absorbing The Library Book, the story of the fire is interwoven with the library’s history, its diverse patrons and their sprawling city, the impressive past and creative hope of tomorrow’s libraries, a cast of dedicated and endearingly eccentric librarians, the science of book burning and salvage, and the author’s early memories of visiting the library with her beloved mother. Orlean’s usual talent for empathy, imagination, and solid research glows here, luring you inside a subject you never thought you’d be curious about but are delighted to have discovered. This is a terrific book, Orlean at her considerable best. Libraries, books and how individual people and communities are affected and influenced by them is the main theme. Through her words, she conveys the significance of books and libraries as sources of comfort, diversion and most significantly, the knowledge vital to a democratic society. She tells the story using the tragic Los Angeles main library fire as the central focus. It is a complex account that Orlean makes understandable and compelling by her weaving of human heroics and foibles with facts of the history of the library and the consequences of the fire. We recommend it highly both as a very pleasurable literary read and as a source of what is most important in our lives as humans in a democratic society beleaguered by current challenges of virtually every kind.
The Passage of Power
by Robert A. Caro
736 Pages · 2015 · 7 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Passage of Power: The Years of Lyndon Johnson” is very well written and a pleasure to read. Robert A. Caro is the author of this book. This book provides the whole story, including the actions behind the scenes, of the historic events. The Passage of Power” provides a great perspective on the 1960 Presidential Campaign, Johnson’s painful years as Vice President, the Kennedy assassination and then Johnson’s masterful assumption of the Presidency. Along the way, the reader also gets a great look at the Kennedys particularly John and Bobby. The disdain that the “Camelot Crowd” had for Johnson is well described. The absolute and mutual hatred between Bobby and Lyndon was truly amazing and Caro covers it all in detail. At times Caro’s narrative is a bit repetitive, but this is probably necessary both to drive home key points and to remind readers of things Caro discussed years ago in previous volumes. Although the Austin TV station is mentioned to some degree, the mechanics of how Johnson became wealthy are not covered very well. Finally, with the exception of the Bobby Kennedy discussion near the end, Caro pretty much dismisses assassination conspiracy theories on a “trust me on this one” basis without serious discussion. Overall, this is a great series and a great book.
The Path to Power
by Robert A. Caro
960 Pages · 2015 · 11 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Path to Power (The Years of Lyndon Johnson, Volume 1)” is a wealth of well-documented and well-presented information that leaves the reader feeling that he/she has seen into the soul of the book’s subject. Robert A. Caro is the author of this book. Robert Caro’s biographical works are voluminous, but he is a spellbinding storyteller and consummate historian all of which leaves the reader wanting more. The excitement and wonder of his personal journey of discovery are evident to the reader. His thorough and meticulous research (with his bride Ina’s able assistance) enables him to weave apparently isolated insignificance into a cohesive study of his subject’s psychological formation and its effect upon the subject’s gaining and wielding of power. That is not to say readers won’t differ in their ethical interpretations of its use, because you can tell by other reviews that they do. This book about the first years of LBJ’s political life is nothing if not thorough. A lot of pages and a lot of interesting information about a man who while certainly flawed in many ways ended up doing a lot of good as President. Caro’s research is exhaustive. Caro shows a truly fantastic story containing two primaries where LBJ had worked the corrupt Texas political system to save his political life. It did not end until the last primary had gone to court. In this depiction of LBJ, we see a highly energetic man that will do anything to win, and in doing so we see a man who is doing so sharpened his backroom political skills which would be seen later when he led the Senate to some of the greatest left wing legislation ever seen.