James Patterson's 16th Seduction (Women's Murder Club) Release Date (2017)

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James Patterson's highly anticipated new book for 2017 - 16th Seduction - has a release date. You can preorder here at Amazon.com or wait until it comes out on May 1st. Here's a quick plot summary.

The book centers on Detective Lindsay Boxer and her husband. They capture a terrorist in San Francisco who allegedly set off a bomb, killing 25 people. The story unfolds in the...

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Here's How to Find Good Paranormal Romance Books

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A quite popular niche genre, paranormal romance books have a huge, almost cult-like following. It's obviously not something everyone will find appealing, but for those who do, these books provide an escape from reality that can't be found many other places. Even within the genre, there are many subgenres, and it can get quite complicated. Some people are into the shape-shifter books,...

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Jesus, Why and How? A Book that Brings Some Deep Thought to the Table

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Let me first make it clear that this book brings nothing "new" to the table. It does not fabricate new additions to any part of Christianity - it deals only with what's written in the Bible. Through a series of illustrations, diagrams, and examples, it seeks to shift the readers thinking away from a human perspective. Most people's theological stance is based on...

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Is Oprah's new book club book The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead contributing to the victim mindset?

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Maybe it's just me, but there have been lots of new movies and new books about slavery in the antebellum south. But these movies and books are not like past works about slavery - now they almost always involve slaves rising up in force against their white oppressors. Some examples include: Django Unchained, Free State of Jones, and Birth of a Nation comes out in October of 2016. That's...

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Does Dick Morris say anything new or truly unique in his new book Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hilary?

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Dick Morris is a professional writer. If you go to amazon and look at all the books he has published, you'll see a pattern. They are all anti-democrat, anti-Hillary, and somewhat apocalyptic. He is one of those people who is always predicting something terrible will happen - but then it doesn't. However, people listen to this sort of talk, so he sells lots of books. I've noticed a...

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Effective ways to start reading books aloud to children

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You probably know the value of reading, and if you are a parent, you want your child to become a proficient reader as early as possible. That's the main focus of early education - teaching children how to read. Reading the first step toward learning, but have you ever wondered how you can help your child learn to read in a fun, interactive way? Reading chapter books aloud to your child is...

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Bullseye by James Patterson Set to Release Aug 1st

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The Story - In Two Sentences

During a time of heightened tension between Russia and the United States, a husband and wife assassin duo set off to target the President of the United States. The main character, detective Michael Bennett, must do what he can to stop them. His goal is to save the President (not a unique plot line to say the least). Let's hope for the best though!

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Is Gary J. Byrne's Crisis of Character an opportunistic cash cow?

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As Hilary Clinton inches closer and closer to the Democratic nomination and possibly the Presidency, people keep coming out of the woodwork with some "damning revelations" about her character. It seems like everyone who has known here in some way is trying to cash in. What better way to make a lot of money than for her former secrete service agent to write a "tell all" book...

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Why You Should be Reading Aloud to Your Children

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If you are a parent, you need to be reading aloud to your children regularly. It's extemely important for young children to hear spoken words because it helps them learn to visualize what they are hearing. That's how reading comprehension works - you make mental images of what you're reading so you can remember it. Children don't just do this naturally; it takes practice. ...

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