... so as not to be in a terror-induced cold sweat while trying to talk some guy into hiring me. I crossed the lot to the large glass double doors leading to ... “Sure looks that way. I'll buzz her boss, Jimmy Alizzi.” Eleven on Top 11.
Author: Janet Evanovich
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
#1 New York Times #1 Wall Street Journal #1 Los Angeles Times #1 Entertainment Weekly #1 Publishers Weekly Stephanie Plum is thinking her career as a fugitive apprehension agent has run its course. She's been shot at, spat at, cussed at, fire-bombed, mooned, and attacked by dogs. Time for a change, Stephanie thinks. Time to find the kind of job her mother can tell her friends about without making the sign of the cross. So Stephanie Plum quits. Resigns. No looking back. No changing her mind. She wants something safe and normal. As it turns out, jobs that are safe and normal for most people aren't necessarily safe and normal for Stephanie Plum. Trouble follows her, and the kind of trouble she had at the bail bonds office can't compare to the kind of trouble she finds herself facing now. Her past has come back to haunt her. She's stalked by a maniac returned from the grave for the sole purpose of putting her into a burial plot of her own. He's killed before, and he'll kill again if given the chance. Caught between staying far away from the bounty hunter business and staying alive, Stephanie reexamines her life and the possibility that being a bounty hunter is the solution rather than the problem. After disturbingly brief careers at the button factory, Kan Klean Dry Cleaners, and Cluck-in-a-Bucket, Stephanie takes an office position in security, working for Ranger, the sexiest, baddest bounty hunter and businessman on two continents. It might not be the job she'll keep for the rest of her life, but for now it gives her the technical access she needs to find her stalker. Tempers and temperatures rise as competition ratchets up between the two men in her life---her on-again, off-again boyfriend, tough Trenton cop Joe Morelli, and her bad-ass boss, Ranger. Can Stephanie Plum take the heat? Can you? Between the adventure and the adversity there's attitude, and Stephanie Plum's got plenty in her newest misadventure from Janet Evanovich, Eleven on Top.
Hoping to discontinue her career as a bounty hunter for something safer, Stephanie Plum is inadvertently drawn into a case that is complicated by her tangled love life, her chaotic family, and her penchant for wrecking cars, in a new ...
Author: Janet Evanovich
Publisher: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux
Hoping to discontinue her career as a bounty hunter for something safer, Stephanie Plum is inadvertently drawn into a case that is complicated by her tangled love life, her chaotic family, and her penchant for wrecking cars, in a new adventure by the author of Ten Big Ones. Reprint.
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He hit .300 or higher eleven times with a league-leading and career high .379 in 1928. He drove in one hundred or more runs eleven times with a single-season high mark of 138 in 1930. Goslin played on five pennant winners and two World ...
Author: Robert Kuenster
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Sports & Recreation
Comparing major league players has always been a popular topic among baseball fans. Debating the strengths and weaknesses of such greats as Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams, Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron, Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle, or Tom Seaver and Greg Maddux continues to stir up controversy among fans eager to champion their heroes. In Baseball’s Top 10, Bob Kuenster has compiled a ranking of the game’s best players by position, highlighting the achievements of nearly 300 individuals. In addition to the top 10, Kuenster includes Honorable Mentions—players who were considered but didn’t make the final list—and Dishonorable Mentions—players who were left off the rankings due to alleged steroid and performance enhancing drug use. Drawing upon original interviews conducted by the author, this ranking reveals the best players in major league history as seen through the eyes of former players, managers, and announcers. Player entries include biographical information, individual achievements, stats, and quotes. Organized by position—first base, second base, third base, shortstop, left field, center field, right field, catcher, designated hitters, multi-position players, right-handed starting pitchers, left-handed starting pitchers, and closers—280 outstanding players made the cut as the most elite pitchers, hitters, and fielders in MLB history. Baseball’s Top 10 features interviews with some of baseball’s greatest personalities—including players who have since passed, such as Al Lopez, Bob Feller, Stan Musial, Lou Boudreau, Andy Pafko, Ron Santo, Harry Caray and Harry Kalas. With over 50 photographs and a comprehensive list of suggested titles for further reading, this book is sure to interest baseball fans and historians who love to debate the many outstanding players who have appeared in the major leagues.
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Author: Mark T. Goodman
Publisher: Five Stones Press
The ordinary things of life receive less than their fair share of attention. Pastor Mark Goodman draws attention, through humor, story, and scriptural texts, to the benefits of appreciating more than just extraordinary achievements. When a person ceases to recognize the value of “good,” “OK,” and “ordinary,” he or she tends to devalue their own and others’ significance. The Ordinary Way introduces the importance of the quest that seems countercultural. Goodman connects the theme to the teachings of Jesus, specifically those found in which He provides His view of how His followers were to read and follow the Ten Commandments, and provide specific examples of how to “live the ordinary life” day-to-day. Recognizing the variety of life events, Goodman also addresses the subject of appreciating the extraordinary times of life as well as the less-than-ordinary times of life. The Ordinary Way shows you how to appreciate all of life. Welcome to the ordinary way of living.
SEVENTH ELEVEN . The Seventh Eleven , with J. Paterson as captain , have played six matches , of which we have won three , and lost three . Our first match was against Watson's , J. Hayward making ( top score ) 12 .
Although Massachusetts Democrat Senator Edward Kennedy has resumed his duties on Capitol Hill following an eleven-day absence after his automobile accident on Chappaquiddick Island which claimed the life of 28- year-old Mary Jo Kopechne ...
The defeat was quite a surprise party for the home crowd , but the visitors went in to do their very best against the Philadelphia eleven , and they did it , the result being the finest exhibition of the beauties of the game yet seen at ...
The best football managers would listen to their players and others so that he could more often than not chose the right eleven and put the best team on the field for the particular day. Here is a lesson for business.
Author: Ian Millar
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Change is not a destination, just as hope is not a strategy. Rudy Giuliani This book is a roadmap of how to be a successful manager (anyone who supervises people) using well-proven and not-difficult-to-use tools and techniques and can be used across international boundaries. Keep it simple and use common sense is the way forward. Remember to use language appropriate to your audience. The reader will need some training and development to successfully use what I suggest and recommend.