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2006, ISBN: 9780375412172

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Holbrook, MA, U.S.A.: Adams Media Corporation, 1995. Cover is bumped with edgewear. Pgs. are clean & tight.. Paperback. Good/No Jacket. 8vo., Adams Media Corporation, 1995, Bantam Books, Westminster, Maryland, U.S.A, 1998. Paperback. Good. In this riveting follow-up to the "New York Times" best-selling "The Clinic, " psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware confronts an almost unimaginably cruel, arrogant, and obsessed killer who takes as much pleasure in matching wits with the police as in robbing human life--all in the name of science.The nightmare started with a single crime: the murder of 15-year-old Irit Carmeli, the daughter of the Israeli consul in Los Angeles. But within days it had become one of the darkest, most menacing cases of Alex Delaware's career: three young people dead with no apparent motive, and the only trait linking them is the fact that each has a disability. Driven to find the answers, Alex will work closely with his longtime friend Milo Sturgis of the LAPD, but with Inspector Daniel Shavari, the brilliant Israeli detective who solved the serial murders in Kellerman's best-selling novel, "The Butcher's Theater." In the end, though, it is Alex who will go undercover to expose the smug brutality of self-styled elite who will justify their bloody deeds by any means. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Crime; ISBN: 0553572326. ISBN/EAN: 9780553572322. Inventory No: 09100432.. 9780553572322, Bantam Books, 1998, New York, NY, U.S.A.: World Almanac Publications, 1981. "Buyers for all these items {and more} can be found in THE WHERE TO SELL ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING BOOK. More than 500 dealers and collectors are listed. For years, experts have been selling to these people and realizing substantial profits and a steady income. Now, for the first time, these top buyers are accessible to you. Now it's your turn to convert everyday items into cash." This book has 400 pages.. ISBN: 0-911818-21-9. Third Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. SALES BUSINESS ECONOMICS SELLING. Catalogs: Antiques and Collectibles., World Almanac Publications, 1981, Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.: Borders Press, 1994. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.: Borders Press, 1994 Rubbings, LSW DJ.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good., Borders Press, 1994, Allen & Unwin/Viva Books, 2006. First edition. Softcover. New. Starting a small business? This book will equip you with all the knowledge and tools you need to set-up and run your business efficiently and effectively. Co-authored by two of the leading experts in small business, Peter Switzer and Maureen Jordan, this book takes you step-by-step through the planning and setting up process, including: • Getting the right help from accountants and other business advisers to develop a sound business plan that can grow with your business • Creating the right workplace culture to create an award-winning business • Analysing your competitor’s products and services to help you define your own marketing plan • Being aware of the most common mistakes people can make when they start a small business • Learning from the advice of some of the most sought after business speakers, trainers and coaches in Australia and the USA • Understanding the latest regulations involved in tax, superannuation, insurances and franchising • Keeping motivated-perhaps one of the most important ongoing steps. The Small Business Start-Up Guide covers all the essentials of launching a new business and maximising its potential. Contents Introduction • Keep the commandments • Give yourself the third degree • Get your business structure right • Keeping it in the family • Planning and advice • Marketing your business • Doing your bookkeeping • Managing cash flow • Raising finance • Service with a smile • Doing it from home • Export it • Import it. • Keep healthy • Franchising • Protecting your intellectual property • Why you should consider e-commerce • Selling • Insurance security • Taxation • Superannuation is super! • Using a role model • Taking on employees • Bright ideas • Where to get help • References and further reading • Index Printed Pages: 310., Allen & Unwin/Viva Books, 2006, Allen & Unwin/Viva Books, 2006. First edition. Softcover. New. Starting a small business? This book will equip you with all the knowledge and tools you need to set-up and run your business efficiently and effectively. Co-authored by two of the leading experts in small business, Peter Switzer and Maureen Jordan, this book takes you step-by-step through the planning and setting up process, including: • Getting the right help from accountants and other business advisers to develop a sound business plan that can grow with your business • Creating the right workplace culture to create an award-winning business • Analysing your competitor’s products and services to help you define your own marketing plan • Being aware of the most common mistakes people can make when they start a small business • Learning from the advice of some of the most sought after business speakers, trainers and coaches in Australia and the USA • Understanding the latest regulations involved in tax, superannuation, insurances and franchising • Keeping motivated-perhaps one of the most important ongoing steps. The Small Business Start-Up Guide covers all the essentials of launching a new business and maximising its potential. Contents Introduction • Keep the commandments • Give yourself the third degree • Get your business structure right • Keeping it in the family • Planning and advice • Marketing your business • Doing your bookkeeping • Managing cash flow • Raising finance • Service with a smile • Doing it from home • Export it • Import it. • Keep healthy • Franchising • Protecting your intellectual property • Why you should consider e-commerce • Selling • Insurance security • Taxation • Superannuation is super! • Using a role model • Taking on employees • Bright ideas • Where to get help • References and further reading • Index Printed Pages: 310., Allen & Unwin/Viva Books, 2006, Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. 417 Pages. Dust jacket price $26.00 is unclipped. Jane Smiley brings her extraordinary gifts --- comic timing, empathy, emotional wisdom, an ability to deliver slyly on big themes and capture the American spirit --- to the seductive, wishful, wistful world of real estate, in which the sport of choice is the mind game. Her funny and moving new novel is about what happens when the American Dream morphs into a seven-figure American Fantasy. Joe Stratford is an amiable, divorced real estate agent in an unspoiled small town called Rollins Hills. He takes it in stride when a married female friend pursues a love affair with him; he is more suspicious when a high-rolling newcomer named Marcus Burns begins to influence the business affairs of the men closest to Joe. Nevertheless, the promise of easy riches draws Joe into one of Burns's real estate development schemes, and then, ominously, into gold trading. The steps by which a nice guy can be lured into betraying his principles are delineated so sharply in Good Faith that you wonder how Joe cannot see them. Although he never quite manages to understand what has happened to him, he's granted a moment of grace at the close of the novel, a second chance that has nothing to do with money, ambition, or the tarnished American Dream. Since we live with the legacy of the self-serving 1980s, Smiley's novel seems as timely as if it were set in the present. Joe Stratford is someone you like at once. He makes an honest living helping nice people buy and sell nice houses. His not-very-amicable divorce is finally settled, and he's ready to begin again. It's 1982. He is pretty happy, pretty satisfied. But a different era has dawned; Joe's new friend, Marcus Burns from New York, seems to be suggesting that the old rules are ready to be repealed, that now is the time you can get rich quick. Really rich. And Marcus not only knows that everyone is going to get rich, he knows how. Because Marcus just quit a job with the IRS. But is Joe ready for the kind of success Marcus promises he can deliver? And what's the real scoop on Salt Key Farm? Is this really the development opportunity of a lifetime? And then there's Felicity Ornquist, the lovely, feisty, winning (and married) daughter of Joe's mentor and business partner. She has finally owned up to her feelings for Joe: she's just been waiting for him to be available. The question Joe asks himself, over and over, is, Does he have the gumption? Does he have the smarts and the imagination and the staying power to pay attention-to Marcus and to Felicity-and reap the rewards? Good Faith captures the seductions and illusions that can seize America during our periodic golden ages (every Main Street an El Dorado). To follow Joe as he does deals and is dealt with in this newly liberated world of anything goes is a roller-coaster ride through the fun park of the 1980s. It is Jane Smiley in top form.. First Edition Stated. Hard Back. As New/Near Fine. 6 1/2" X 9 1/2"., Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003

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2003, ISBN: 9780375412172

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U.S.A: Berkley Trade, 1984. 1st Edition Trade Paperback. Trade Paperback. Very Good. The book is in excelent cond. Clean tight slightly age tanned and a bit of shelf wear, but clean tight no creases, chips or tears. Here is a book by a man who knows sales from the bottom tothe top, and he imparts his wisdom to a whole new generation. This book is a follow up to the best seller of 25 years ago. All of our book wrapped in sturdy packaging or padded envelopes, plus they are electronically tracked within the USA, Berkley Trade, 1984, Icon Books, 2003 . Paperback. Very Good. | B Format (7¾" x 5¼"). 231pp. Index. | For more photos or information, use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships from the rustic nirvana of Peasedown St. John, near Bath, England from a long-established bookseller - guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! BUYING THIS BOOK means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition :: Very Good., Icon Books, 2003, Warner, 2000 . Paperback. Very Good. | B Format (7¾" x 5¼"). 340pp. Index. | Illustrated with black and white photographs. For more photos or information, use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships from the rustic nirvana of Peasedown St. John, near Bath, England from a long-established bookseller - guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! BUYING THIS BOOK means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition :: Very Good. Light reading creases to the spine. Leans a little., Warner, 2000, Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. Stated First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. Stated First Edition. Very Good/Very Good. Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. Stated First Edition. Very Good/Very Good. Opening a Jane Smiley novel is like slipping into a warm bath. Here are people we know, places where we grew up. But the comforting, unassuming tone of her work allows Smiley incredible latitude as a writer, and her books are full of surprises. Good Faith, a novel about greed and self-delusion set in the economic boom of the early 1980s, is no exception. Joe Stratford is an amiable, divorced real estate agent in an unspoiled small town called Rollins Hills. He takes it in stride when a married female friend pursues a love affair with him; he is more suspicious when a high-rolling newcomer named Marcus Burns begins to influence the business affairs of the men closest to Joe. Nevertheless, the promise of easy riches draws Joe into one of Burns's real estate development schemes, and then, ominously, into gold trading. The steps by which a nice guy can be lured into betraying his principles are delineated so sharply in Good Faith that you wonder how Joe cannot see them. Although he never quite manages to understand what has happened to him, he's granted a moment of grace at the close of the novel, a second chance that has nothing to do with money, ambition, or the tarnished American Dream. Since we live with the legacy of the self-serving 1980s, Smiley's novel seems as timely as if it were set in the present. Penetrating, readable fiction by one of our best writers and social critics. --Regina Marler Product Description: Jane Smiley brings her extraordinary gifts-comic timing, empathy, emotional wisdom, an ability to deliver slyly on big themes and capture the American spirit-to the seductive, wishful, wistful world of real estate, in which the sport of choice is the mind game. Her funny and moving new novel is about what happens when the American Dream morphs into a seven-figure American Fantasy. Joe Stratford is someone you like at once. He makes an honest living helping nice people buy and sell nice houses. His not-very-amicable divorce is finally settled, and he's ready to begin again. It's 1982. He is pretty happy, pretty satisfied. But a different era has dawned; Joe's new friend, Marcus Burns from New York, seems to be suggesting that the old rules are ready to be repealed, that now is the time you can get rich quick. Really rich. And Marcus not only knows that everyone is going to get rich, he knows how. Because Marcus just quit a job with the IRS. But is Joe ready for the kind of success Marcus promises he can deliver? And what's the real scoop on Salt Key Farm? Is this really the development opportunity of a lifetime? And then there's Felicity Ornquist, the lovely, feisty, winning (and married) daughter of Joe's mentor and business partner. She has finally owned up to her feelings for Joe: she's just been waiting for him to be available. The question Joe asks himself, over and over, is, Does he have the gumption? Does he have the smarts and the imagination and the staying power to pay attention-to Marcus and to Felicity-and reap the rewards? Good Faith captures the seductions and illusions that can seize America during our periodic golden ages (every Main Street an El Dorado). To follow Joe as he does deals and is dealt with in this newly liberated world of anything goes is a roller-coaster ride through the fun park of the 1980s. It is Jane Smiley in top form. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003

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Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. Stated First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. Stated First Edition. Very Good/Very Good. Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. Stated First Edition. Very Good/Very Good. Opening a Jane Smiley novel is like slipping into a warm bath. Here are people we know, places where we grew up. But the comforting, unassuming tone of her work allows Smiley incredible latitude as a writer, and her books are full of surprises. Good Faith, a novel about greed and self-delusion set in the economic boom of the early 1980s, is no exception. Joe Stratford is an amiable, divorced real estate agent in an unspoiled small town called Rollins Hills. He takes it in stride when a married female friend pursues a love affair with him; he is more suspicious when a high-rolling newcomer named Marcus Burns begins to influence the business affairs of the men closest to Joe. Nevertheless, the promise of easy riches draws Joe into one of Burns's real estate development schemes, and then, ominously, into gold trading. The steps by which a nice guy can be lured into betraying his principles are delineated so sharply in Good Faith that you wonder how Joe cannot see them. Although he never quite manages to understand what has happened to him, he's granted a moment of grace at the close of the novel, a second chance that has nothing to do with money, ambition, or the tarnished American Dream. Since we live with the legacy of the self-serving 1980s, Smiley's novel seems as timely as if it were set in the present. Penetrating, readable fiction by one of our best writers and social critics. --Regina Marler Product Description: Jane Smiley brings her extraordinary gifts-comic timing, empathy, emotional wisdom, an ability to deliver slyly on big themes and capture the American spirit-to the seductive, wishful, wistful world of real estate, in which the sport of choice is the mind game. Her funny and moving new novel is about what happens when the American Dream morphs into a seven-figure American Fantasy. Joe Stratford is someone you like at once. He makes an honest living helping nice people buy and sell nice houses. His not-very-amicable divorce is finally settled, and he's ready to begin again. It's 1982. He is pretty happy, pretty satisfied. But a different era has dawned; Joe's new friend, Marcus Burns from New York, seems to be suggesting that the old rules are ready to be repealed, that now is the time you can get rich quick. Really rich. And Marcus not only knows that everyone is going to get rich, he knows how. Because Marcus just quit a job with the IRS. But is Joe ready for the kind of success Marcus promises he can deliver? And what's the real scoop on Salt Key Farm? Is this really the development opportunity of a lifetime? And then there's Felicity Ornquist, the lovely, feisty, winning (and married) daughter of Joe's mentor and business partner. She has finally owned up to her feelings for Joe: she's just been waiting for him to be available. The question Joe asks himself, over and over, is, Does he have the gumption? Does he have the smarts and the imagination and the staying power to pay attention-to Marcus and to Felicity-and reap the rewards? Good Faith captures the seductions and illusions that can seize America during our periodic golden ages (every Main Street an El Dorado). To follow Joe as he does deals and is dealt with in this newly liberated world of anything goes is a roller-coaster ride through the fun park of the 1980s. It is Jane Smiley in top form. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003

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Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. 417 Pages. Dust jacket price $26.00 is unclipped. Jane Smiley brings her extraordinary gifts --- comic timing, empathy, emotional wisdom, an ability to deliver slyly on big themes and capture the American spirit --- to the seductive, wishful, wistful world of real estate, in which the sport of choice is the mind game. Her funny and moving new novel is about what happens when the American Dream morphs into a seven-figure American Fantasy. Joe Stratford is an amiable, divorced real estate agent in an unspoiled small town called Rollins Hills. He takes it in stride when a married female friend pursues a love affair with him; he is more suspicious when a high-rolling newcomer named Marcus Burns begins to influence the business affairs of the men closest to Joe. Nevertheless, the promise of easy riches draws Joe into one of Burns's real estate development schemes, and then, ominously, into gold trading. The steps by which a nice guy can be lured into betraying his principles are delineated so sharply in Good Faith that you wonder how Joe cannot see them. Although he never quite manages to understand what has happened to him, he's granted a moment of grace at the close of the novel, a second chance that has nothing to do with money, ambition, or the tarnished American Dream. Since we live with the legacy of the self-serving 1980s, Smiley's novel seems as timely as if it were set in the present. Joe Stratford is someone you like at once. He makes an honest living helping nice people buy and sell nice houses. His not-very-amicable divorce is finally settled, and he's ready to begin again. It's 1982. He is pretty happy, pretty satisfied. But a different era has dawned; Joe's new friend, Marcus Burns from New York, seems to be suggesting that the old rules are ready to be repealed, that now is the time you can get rich quick. Really rich. And Marcus not only knows that everyone is going to get rich, he knows how. Because Marcus just quit a job with the IRS. But is Joe ready for the kind of success Marcus promises he can deliver? And what's the real scoop on Salt Key Farm? Is this really the development opportunity of a lifetime? And then there's Felicity Ornquist, the lovely, feisty, winning (and married) daughter of Joe's mentor and business partner. She has finally owned up to her feelings for Joe: she's just been waiting for him to be available. The question Joe asks himself, over and over, is, Does he have the gumption? Does he have the smarts and the imagination and the staying power to pay attention-to Marcus and to Felicity-and reap the rewards? Good Faith captures the seductions and illusions that can seize America during our periodic golden ages (every Main Street an El Dorado). To follow Joe as he does deals and is dealt with in this newly liberated world of anything goes is a roller-coaster ride through the fun park of the 1980s. It is Jane Smiley in top form.. First Edition Stated. Hard Back. As New/Near Fine. 6 1/2" X 9 1/2"., Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003

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New York. 2003. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 421 pages. April 2003. hardcover. Jacket design by Gabriele Wilson. 0375412174. keywords: Literature America. inventory # 19211. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Jane Smiley brings her extraordinary gifts-comic timing, empathy, emotional wisdom, an ability to deliver slyly on big themes and capture the American spirit—to the seductive, wishful, wistful world of real estate, in which the sport of choice is the mind game. Her funny and moving new novel is about What happens when the American Dream morphs into a seven-figure American Fantasy. Joe Stratford is someone you like at once. He makes an honest living helping nice people buy and sell nice houses. His not-very—amicable divorce is finally settled, and he’s ready to begin again. It’s 1982. He is pretty happy, pretty satisfied. But a different era has dawned; Joe’s new friend, Marcus Burns from New York, seems to be suggesting that the old rules are ready to be repealed, that now is the time you can get rich quick. Really rich. And Marcus not only knows that everyone is going to get rich, he knows how. Because Marcus just quit a job with the IRS. But is Joe ready for the kind of success Marcus promises he can deliver? And what’s the real scoop on Salt Key Farm? Is this really the development opportunity of a lifetime? And then there’s Felicity Ornquist, the lovely, feisty, winning (and married) daughter of Joe’s mentor and business partner. She has finally owned up to her feelings for Joe: she’s just been waiting for him to be available. The question Joe asks himself over and over, is, Does he have the gumption? Does he have the smarts and the imagination and the staying power to pay attention—to Marcus and to Felicity—and reap the rewards? GOOD FAITH captures the seductions and illusions that can seize America during our periodic golden ages (every Main Street an El Dorado). To follow Joe as he does deals and is dealt with in this newly liberated world of anything goes is a roller-coaster ride though the fun park of the 1980s. It is Jane Smiley in top form. ISBN: 0375412174.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780375412172
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0375412174
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Publishing year: 2003
Publisher: Knopf

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