Download Drug Lord: A True Story by Terrence E. Poppa (.ePUB)

Drug Lord: A True Story: The Life and Death of a Mexican Kingpin by Terrence E. Poppa
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2.1MB
Overview: “Pablo Acosta was a living legend in his Mexican border town of Ojinaga. He smuggled tremendous amounts of drugs into the United States; he survived numerous attempts on his power—and his life—by rivals; and he blessed the town with charity and civic improvements. He was finally slain in 1987 during a raid by Mexican officials with the cooperation of US law enforcement. Poppa has turned out a detailed and exciting book, covering in depth Acosta’s life; the other drug factions that battled with him; the village of Ojinaga; and the logistics of the drug operation. The result is a nonfiction account with enough greed, treachery, shoot-outs, and government corruption to fascinate true crime and crime fiction readers alike. Highly recommended.
Genre: Non-Fiction, True Crime

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Download The Mafia’s President by Don Fulsom (.ePUB)

The Mafia’s President: Nixon and the Mob by Don Fulsom
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1.4MB | Retail
Overview: The first-ever full account of Nixon’s extensive ties to the American Mafia, from a veteran White House reporter.

Unbeknownst to most people even now, the election of 1968 placed the patron saint of the Mafia in the White House. In other words, Richard Nixon would go on to not only lead a criminal presidency; he would be totally indebted to our nation’s top mobsters.

By 1969, thanks in large part to his long-time campaign manager and political advisor Murray Chotiner, a lawyer who specialized in representing mobsters, Nixon had participated in secret criminal dealings for more than 20 years with sketchy figures such as Mickey Cohen, Mob financial guru Meyer Lansky, Teamsters union chief Jimmy Hoffa, and New Orleans Mafia boss Carlos Marcello. And with Chotiner as one of his key behind-the-scenes advisors in the White House, Nixon’s ties to the Mafia didn’t end there. The Mafia’s President reveals a mind-blowing litany of favors Nixon exchanged with these sinister characters over decades, ranging from springing Jimmy Hoffa from prison to banning the federal government from using the terms "Mafia" and "La Cosa Nostra."

Drawing on newly released government tapes, documents, and other fresh information, The Mafia’s President by Don Fulsom offers a carefully reported, deeply researched account of Richard Nixon’s secret connections to America’s top crime lords.
Genre: Non-fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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Download Ask a Pro by Phil Gaimon (.ePUB)

Ask a Pro: Deep Thoughts and Unreliable Advice from America’s Foremost Cycling Sage by Phil Gaimon
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 12.1MB | Retail
Overview: Phil Gaimon’s Ask a Pro answers every question you’ve always wanted to ask about pro cycling…sort of. Gaimon gathers the best of his popular Q&A column—and pokes fun at his younger self.

Despite the howling protests from his peers, no one’s ever been more willing to spill the beans on what it’s really like inside the pro cycling peloton than the sarcastic scribe Phil Gaimon. Building on the outrageous success of his hilarious 2014 debut, Pro Cycling on $10 a Day: From Fat Kid to Euro Pro, Gaimon gathers the absolute gems from his monthly Q&A feature column in VeloNews magazine into his new book, Ask a Pro: Deep Thoughts and Unreliable Advice from America’s Foremost Cycling Sage, adding a dose of fresh commentary and even more acerbic and sharp-eyed insights.

Gaimon wields his outsider’s wit to cast a cock-eyed gaze at the peculiar manners, mores, and traditions that make the medieval sport of cycling so irresistible to watch. Ask a Pro includes new resources from Gaimon, too, including his Cookie Map of America, dubious advice on winning the race buffet, a cautionary guide for host housing, Phil’s pre-race warm-up routine, and a celebrity baker’s recipe for The Phil Cookie.
Genre: Non-fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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With six years of material to work with—including his incredible rise into the pro ranks, the devastating loss of his contract for 2015, and his bold return to the Big League—Gaimon covers every possible topic from the team dinner table to the toilet with plenty of stops along the way. Gaimon offers wise-ass (and sometimes earnest) answers to fan questions like:

· How much chamois cream should I use?
· I’ve started shaving my legs. How can I be accepted by my friends?
· What do you do to protect yourself when you know you’re about to crash?
· How many bikes does my husband really need?
· What’s the best victory celebration? Do you practice yours?
· In women’s cycling, what is the proper definition of a pro?
· What do you say to someone if they honk or almost hit you?
· Do you name your bikes?
· What do pros think when they see a recreational cyclist in a full pro kit or riding a pro-level bike?
· Can you take your bike apart and put it back together?
· How bad does the weather have to be to call off a training ride?
· How do you know when it’s time to change a tire?
· When you’re in a breakaway all day, do riders form a future friendship?
· Riders keep complaining about "unsafe" weather at races. When did pro cyclists turn into such wussies?
· How do the pros define a "crash"?

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Download Young Al Capone by William Balsamo, John Balsamo (.ePUB)

Young Al Capone: The Untold Story of Scarface in New York, 1899-1925 by William Balsamo, John Balsamo
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 7.0 MB
Overview: Many people are familiar with the story of Al Capone, the legendary Chicago gangster best known for orchestrating the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. But few are aware that Capone’s remarkable story began in the Navy Yard section of Brooklyn, New York. Tutored by the likes of infamous mobsters Johnny Torrio and Frankie Yale, young Capone’s disquieting demeanor, combined with the “technical advice” he learned from these shady teachers, contributed to the molding of a brutal criminal whose pseudonym, “Scarface,” evoked fascination throughout the world.

Despite the best efforts of previous biographers lacking true insider’s access, details about Capone’s early years have, until now, mostly been shrouded in mystery. With access gained through invaluable familial connections, the authors were able to open the previously sealed mouths of Capone’s known living associates. Collecting information through these interviews and never-before-published documents, the life of young Al Capone at last came into focus.
Genre: Non Fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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Download The Boys’ Crusade by Paul Fussell (.ePUB)

The Boys’ Crusade: The American Infantry in Northwestern Europe, 1944-1945 by Paul Fussell
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 217KB | Retail
Overview: The Boys’ Crusade is the great historian Paul Fussell’s unflinching and unforgettable account of the American infantryman’s experiences in Europe during World War II. Based in part on the author’s own experiences, it provides a stirring narrative of what the war was actually like, from the point of view of the children–for children they were–who fought it. While dealing definitively with issues of strategy, leadership, context, and tactics, Fussell has an additional purpose: to tear away the veil of feel-good mythology that so often obscures and sanitizes war’s brutal essence.

"A chronicle should deal with nothing but the truth," Fussell writes in his Preface. Accord-ingly, he eschews every kind of sentimentalism, focusing instead on the raw action and human emotion triggered by the intimacy, horror, and intense sorrows of war, and honestly addressing the errors, waste, fear, misery, and resentments that plagued both sides. In the vast literature on World War II, The Boys’ Crusade stands wholly apart. Fussell’s profoundly honest portrayal of these boy soldiers underscores their bravery even as it deepens our awareness of their experiences. This book is both a tribute to their noble service and a valuable lesson for future generations.
Genre: Non-fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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Download The Mammoth Book of the Mafia by Nigel Cawthorne (.ePUB)

The Mammoth Book of the Mafia by Nigel Cawthorne
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 447 KB
Overview: Can’t get enough of The Godfather and Goodfellas? Enter the underground world of organized crime. Get true accounts from the mouths of prominent former Mafiosi and others who have infiltrated the hidden world of organized crime: the American Mafia, the Sicilian Cosa Nostra, the Camorrah, ‘Ndrangheta, and Sacra Corona Unita. This fascinating compilation contains accounts from the likes of Richard Kuklinski, Frankie Saggio, Joey Black, Albert DeMeo, and Donnie Brasco.
Genre: Non Fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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Download Running from the Mirror: A Memoir by Howard Shulman (.ePUB)+

Running from the Mirror: A Memoir by Howard Shulman
Requirements: ePUB / MOBI / AZW Reader, 1.4MB
Overview: ust three days after he was born, Howard Shulman contracted an infection that devoured his face. Abandoned at the hospital by his parents, he became a ward of New Jersey under the care of a state-employed experimental surgeon.

Running from the Mirror is the poignant story of one man’s struggle to survive against staggering odds and find his place in the world. Howard gives an unflinching account of growing up a bullied outcast, with no family to officially call his own. Living on the edge, he relies on little more than street smarts and grit to rise from dishwasher to successful entrepreneur. Along the way, a European actress, a schoolteacher, and a fiery Latina help transform his life.

Filled with heart-wrenching suffering as well as soul-lifting joy, Running from the Mirror is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit.
Genre: Non-fiction; Biography, Memoir

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Download Zakir Hussain: Life in Music by‎ Nasreen Munni Kabir (.ePUB)

Zakir Hussain: A Life in Music by Zakir Hussain, Nasreen Munni Kabir
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 3.0 MB
Overview: Tabla virtuoso, composer and percussionist Zakir Hussain is an international music phenomenon. The eldest son of the legendary Ustad Allarakha, Zakir gave his first public concert at the age of seven and was immediately hailed a child prodigy. In later years, his masterful dexterity and creative genius led to his becoming one of the most sought-after accompanists to the very best of Hindustani classical musicians and dancers. Zakir Hussain is equally recognized as one of the foremost contemporary jazz and world music percussionists; he has performed at innumerable concerts both as a solo artist and with renowned jazz musicians on the grand stages of the world, from the Royal Albert Hall to Madison Square Garden. With John McLaughlin, L. Shankar and T.H. Vinayakram, Zakir Hussain created music history with the band Shakti. He has acted in James Ivory s Heat and Dust and Sai Paranjpye s Saaz, and scored music for directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci (Little Buddha), Aparna Sen (Mr. & Mrs. Iyer) and Ismail Merchant (In Custody, The Mystic Masseur); he has also played the tabla for countless 1960s Hindi film soundtracks. In an in-depth conversation with Zakir Hussain, Nasreen Munni Kabir takes the readers through the story of his life: how he was deemed an unlucky child;
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs > Memoirs

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Download The Accidental Entrepreneur by Janine Allis (.ePUB)

The Accidental Entrepreneur: The Juicy Bits by Janine Allis
Requirements: Any Epub Reader, 4.42 MB | Version: Retail
Overview: Learn the other secrets to success from the founder of Boost Juice
In The Accidental Entrepreneur, author Janine Allis shares the secrets and skills that took her from housewife to entrepreneur to head of a multi-national corporation. As the founder of Boost Juice, Janine has journeyed from zero formal business training to leading a company with over 400 stores in 12 countries. This book takes you down the long road that she travelled, including some quirky stops along the way, and gives you valuable insight into taking the alternative road to business success. You’ll learn how she captured the hearts of consumers with her love-life philosophy, and how to hang on to your core values, build the right team, listen to your customers and market like the big boys. As a working mother of four, Janine understands the demands of modern life, and shows you how you can accomplish your goals without sacrificing your health or your relationships in the process.

Boost Juice is in more countries than any other juice bar in the world, employs 6000 people and for the past four years, has grown by an average of 30 stores and four countries every year. And it all began with one housewife in her Melbourne kitchen! Big ideas often start out small, and this book shows you how to nurture them into achieving their full potential.

Learn how a company grows from kitchen table to $AUD135,000,000 per annum
Explore and apply Janine Allis’s practical tips for success
Identify and develop the skills you need to get where you want to be
Overcome the common obstacles that can throw you off course
If you think the only way to build a prosperous business is to go to a top business school, think again! Janine Allis is living proof that alternative paths are valid. The Accidental Entrepreneur charts her course, and provides you with directions to the destination you crave.
Genre: Non Fiction > Biographies & Primers

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Download A Little Revenge by Willard Sterne Randall (.ePUB)

A Little Revenge: Benjamin Franklin And His Son by Willard Sterne Randall
Requirements: EPUB Reader, 4 MB
Overview: Almost everyone is familiar with the accomplishments of Benjamin Franklin, but few know that he had an illegitimate son named William, an intelligent young man who first served his father as a military adviser, legal counsel, and pamphleteer, eventually rising to be Royal Governor of New Jersey, only to become his father’s implacable enemy. A Little Revenge is the untold story of the tortured relationship between these two extraordinary men. Benjamin hoped that through William he could found a political dynasty that would rival that of the Adams family.

But when the American Revolution broke out and William refused to follow his father and remained loyal to the British Crown, an enmity developed that was frightening in its ferocity. When William was captured by the rebels, his father made sure he was confined to a notorious prison and intervened in Washington’s attempt to free William through an exchange of prisoners. Once William did secure his freedom, he became deeply involved in the illegal execution of rebel prisoners. William was exiled to Britain, and he and Benjamin lived out their lives without ever forgiving the other. In fact, after the Revolution, they spoke only once to each other.

A Little Revenge reveals a whole other aspect to the American mythology of Benjamin Franklin and is a brand-new portrait of his fascinating son.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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