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Wheezy Tweet doesn't have an easy life. She lives in a foster home run by the tyrannical Mrs. Bodely; she suffers from multiple disabilities; and despite her many medications, she still sees monsters everywhere. To make matters worse, Wheezy's new boyfriend is turning into a dangerous were-crab, and her grandfather has been stolen and replaced with an endless nothing-along with much of the United States. Now it's up to Wheezy to stop them from taking the entire earth. Small and powerless she might be, but she has a cockroach named Forn Hall to mentor her, a few alien friends at the Stardust Hotel to assist her, and a boundless sense of optimism to keep her going when everything seems hopeless. Can Wheezy Tweet save the universe ... again? Author Bio Ralph Bourne taught special education for twenty-seven years. He has written several musical plays, including Calliope and Moses Leads the Children. He is also the author of Don't Believe It, Martha and The Unfortunate Crack in the Universe, another Wheezy Tweet adventure.
Amateur ghostbusters explore a haunted location and bring home an uninvited guest. The Dead Rose Hotel spits out its secrets as Cindy gives birth to a demon while her friend Lola tries to stop it from killing them both.
In 1947, two years after witnessing the death of a young Jewish woman in Poland, Charlie Berlin has rejoined the police force a different man. Sent to investigate a spate of robberies in rural Victoria, he soon discovers that World War II has changed even the most ordinary of places and people.
IS THIS YOU?Sent off numerous job applications?Sent off countless CV/Resumes? Still waiting for that invitation to attend an interview?Wouldn't you love to have more than one job offer?The chances are that the problem is not YOU. It's more likely to be your CV/Resume. FACT: Job adverts often attract 200-300 applications. FACT: Recruiters do not read every CV/Resume they receive. FACT: 30-40% will be binned because they fail the 10 second test.Your problem is not that you lack what the recruiter is looking for, it's more likely that previous recruiters haven't read a word you've written. You failed to grab their attention or they were not impressed enough to read on. You need to get yourself noticed within 10 seconds. You need to persuade the recruiter that they MUST see you because you have exactly what they're looking for. Getting an interview must be your #1 priority. The good news is that you are so close to achieving your goal. You are one step away from a life-changing decision.Your CV is the key that will unlock the interview room door. If your key doesn't fit you will remain on the outside. This book contains top tips on how to get noticed and how to get recruiters to want to meet you.When that invitation arrives, as it surely will if you follow the steps.move on to Top Tips: Interviewing.Good luck,John
BOOK 2 IN THE INSPECTOR HANAUD SERIES, in which we again join Ricardo and Hanaud, this time in an ambiguous situation. A young, wealthy vagabond English man, Calladine, whom Ricardo knew before, hastily comes to Ricardo's London home in the morning, while Hanaud happens to be visiting. Calladine, very agitated, still dressed formally as for an evening ball, tells his disturbing story-- He had gone to a costume party that night in a hotel ballroom, met a beautiful young woman, Joan Carew, with whom he danced, dined, and talked."She was young, fair, rather tall, slim, and very pretty; her hair was drawn back from her face with a ribbon, and rippled down her shoulders in heavy curls; and she was dressed in a satin coat and knee-breeches of pale green and gold, with a white waistcoat and silk stockings and scarlet heels to her satin shoes. She was as straight-limbed as a boy, and exquisite like a figure in Dresden china."Alfred Edward Woodley Mason (7 May 1865 Dulwich, London - 22 November 1948 London) was a British author and politician, writing under the name A. E. W. Mason. He studied at Dulwich College and graduated from Trinity College, Oxford in 1888. He was elected as a Liberal Member of Parliament in the 1906 general election. Mason served in the First World War, being promoted to Captain in 1914. His military career included work in naval intelligence, serving in Spain and Mexico, where he set up counter-espionage networks on behalf of the British government.Mason was the author of more than 20 books, including At The Villa Rose (1910), a mystery novel in which he introduced his French detective, Inspector Hanaud. His best-known book is The Four Feathers, which has been made into several films. Many consider it his masterpiece.
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