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Best 7 Kindle eBooks On Amazon

Amazon’s Kindle are become very popular this days. So the eBooks are also very popular and a lot of collection’s are available on Amazon.com. Here is the best rating seven eBook list we found form our source. Checkout the list with some description according to Amazon.Com.

1. Ask the Right Questions Hire the Best People: So, tell me about yourself.” Have you ever been fired?” What are your salary requirements?” These are just three of the questions you might think you have to ask when you’re interviewing a potential new hire. Maybe they’re the questions you dreaded when you were on the other side of the desk. But are they the questions that will identify the best candidate for the job? Whether you’re replacing an employee who’s leaving or creating a new position in your organization, Ron Fry shows you how to write a concise and accurate job description, then how to translate it into a realistic set of search criteria.

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2. Children of Terror: Two very young girls, one a Catholic from Poland, the other a Jew from Germany, are caught in a web of terror during World War II. These are their unforgettable true stories.
War does not spare the innocent. Two young girls, one a Catholic from Poland, the other a Jew from Germany, were witnesses to the horror of the Nazi occupation and Hitler’s terror in Germany. As children they saw their homes and communities destroyed and loved ones killed. They survived deportation, labor camps, concentration camps, starvation, disease and isolation.

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4. Getting the Sex You Want: Shed Your Inhibitions and Reach New Heights of Passion Together:This is the best guide for helping couples enhance their sexual pleasure that I have seen. I recommend it without reservation to every couple.”
-Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of the national best-seller, Getting the Love You Want

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5. The Illustrated Jack the Ripper: Pictures, drawings and text filled with the history of Jack the Ripper. If you love the legend of this serial killer, it’s all here in this handy book!! The Illustrated Jack the Ripper is nothing short of spellbinding – fierce and compelling. You will come away as a knowledgeable Ripperologist! –Jazma Online

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6. The Post-War Dream- A Novel: Cullins’s sterile eighth novel is the bleak dirge of Korean War vet Hollis Adams as he revisits the nightmarish past he has spent his life avoiding. The novel opens at Hollis’s home in a golfing community in snow-covered Arizona, where Hollis dreams of processions of cattle and nomads wearing gas masks. Despite this surreal start, the book quickly becomes mired in the mundane: Hollis’s wife, Debra, is ill with ovarian cancer and asks him to tell me about us, occasioning a reluctant retrospective of Hollis’s time in Korea […] Unfortunately, the narrative spends little time exploring Hollis and Debra’s lives together or the other self that haunts Hollis, instead focusing largely on Hollis’s retiree routines. Flashbacks to Korea provide welcome reprieve, but the reader never connects with Hollis or Debra, so their suffering feels muted, even as the narrative dives into stark tragedy.

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7. The Scalp-Hunters:Thomas Mayne Reid (1818-1883), was an Irish- American novelist. “Captain” Reid wrote many adventure novels akin to those written by Frederick Marryat and Robert Louis Stevenson. These novels contain action that takes place primarily in untamed settings: the American West, Mexico, South Africa, the Himalayas, and Jamaica. Reid had his first poem published in Godey’s Lady’s Book under the pseudonym “A Poor Scholar”. Books such as The Young Voyagers (1853) had great popularity, especially with boys. He was also very popular around the world; his tales of the American West captivated children everywhere, including Europe and Russia. Among his books, many of which were popular in translation in Poland and Russia, were The Rifle Rangers (1850), Scalp Hunters (1851), Boy Hunters (1853), War Trail (1851), Boy Tar (1859), and Headless Horseman (1865/6).

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