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Kali Linux Wireless Penetration Testing Essentials

by Marco Alamanni

This book is targeted at information security professionals, penetration testers and network/system administrators who want to get started with wireless penetration testing. No prior experience with Kali Linux and wireless penetration testing is required, but familiarity with Linux and basic networking concepts is recommended.

Murder, Plain and Simple (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery #1)

by Isabella Alan

First in a new series!When Angela Braddock inherits her late aunt's beautiful Amish quilt shop, she leaves behind her career and broken engagement for a fresh start in Holmes County, Ohio. <P><P>With her snazzy cowboy boots and her ornithophobic French bulldog, Angie doesn't exactly fit in with the predominantly Amish community in Rolling Brook, but her aunt's quilting circle tries to make her feel welcome as she prepares for the reopening of Running Stitch. On the big day, Angie gets a taste of success as the locals and Englisch tourists browse the store's wares while the quilters stitch away. But when Angie finds the body of ornery Amish woodworker Joseph in her storeroom the next morning, everything starts falling apart. <P>With evidence mounting against her, Angie is determined to find the culprit before the local sheriff can arrest her. Rolling Brook always appeared to be a simple place, but the closer Angie gets to the killer, the more she realizes that nothing in the small Amish community is as plain as it seems....

Murder, Served Simply (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery #3)

by Isabella Alan

Amish quilt shop owner Angie Braddock has a lot on her plate this Christmas. But things only get worse after someone develops a taste for murder... Angie's parents are visiting Rolling Brook for Christmas--but unfortunately, her ex is joining them. <P><P>Luckily, Angie has no time to dwell on her romantic troubles as she prepares her store, Running Stitch, for the town's traditional progressive dinner, featuring a sleigh ride stopping at each shop for a different course of the meal. The meal ends with an Amish-themed Christmas play at the Swiss Valley Hotel and Barn. But the performance is cut short when an actress falls from the scaffolding to her death. <P>After the sheriff suspects foul play, tensions between the Amish and Englisch heat up, as do rivalries among the acting troupe. Now Angie and her quilting circle must stitch together clues before they're the ones running for cover... INCLUDES QUILTING TIPS!

Murder, Simply Stitched (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery #2)

by Isabella Alan

When Angela Braddock enters her quilts in an Amish auction, she never expects one of her neighbors to end up going, going, gone.... <P><P> Angie is finding her niche as the new owner of her late aunt's Amish quilt shop, Running Stitch. But as the summer is winding down, so is business. To bolster support for the shop, Angie decides to sell her quilts in the Rolling Brook Amish Auction, including some of her aunt's most prized works. <P> The quilts promise to be a hit--but the gavel comes down on the lively event when Angie stumbles upon the body of township trustee Wanda Hunt behind a canning shed. The cause of death: a poisoned blueberry fry pie from Rachel Miller's bakery table. Now Angie's closest friend is a murder suspect. With Angie taking the lead, she and the other women of her aunt's quilting circle set out to patch together the clues and stop a killer set on shredding the simple peace of Rolling Brook. <P> Includes Quilting Tips!

Plainly Murder: A Penguin Special from Obsidian (An Amish Quilt Shop Mystery)

by Isabella Alan

Welcome to Rolling Brook, Ohio, a quaint Amish community where life is less tranquil than it seems. Angela Braddock has come to Rolling Brook to lend a hand at her Aunt Eleanor's traditional Amish quilt shop.<P><P> But when Eleanor's quilting circle mourns the loss of their oldest member, Evelyn, they make a startling discovery about a tragic event in Evelyn's past. More than a decade earlier, during a barn raising, Evelyn's son Eric fell from the roof and died. Evelyn had always insisted that Eric was pushed, and now a clue in an old quilt convinces Angie to dig up the truth...and discover one of Rolling Brook's darkest secrets. Don't miss the first novel in the Amish Quilt Shop Mystery series, Murder, Plain and Simple.

Treble Maker

by Annabeth Albert

On Perfect Harmony, the ambitious competitors heat things up on stage and off... Cody Rivers is determined to be a rock star, but couch-surfing between bar shows gets old fast. Joining an a cappella group for a new singing competition show could be his last chance at real fame--unless the college boy from the heart of the country messes it up for him. Lucas Norwood is everything gothy, glittery Cody is not--conservative, clean-cut, and virginal. But when a twist in the show forces them together, even the sweetest songs get steamy as the attraction between them lights up the stage. Lucas wants to take it slow, but Cody's singing a different tune--and this time it may be a love song...

Tangled June (A Dave Garrett Mystery #6)

by Neil Albert

[from inside flaps] "Praised for his complex, human stories and vivid characters, Neil Albert grabbed the imagination of readers with his first Dave Garrett mystery, The January Corpse, a debut that brought the author to the immediate attention of mystery fans because of its stunning twist. Now, in Tangled June--Albert's most moving and powerful novel--Garrett's skills are put to the test as he becomes embroiled in a background investigation of his most elusive quarry. Garrett's assistant, Lisa, wants more to do, wants to begin gathering the experience that she needs to obtain her own investigator's license--wants, simply, a case of her own. And knowing that Dave is never going to give her the go-ahead, she's picked the investigation and begun the work. It all seemed simple, birth records were public documents and there didn't appear to be anything mysterious involved, even the fire in the hospital that destroyed the records wasn't an unheard-of event. So why was it that every road was a dead end? Why couldn't she find anything, anywhere, that led to some solid facts about her subject's early years? Who was Dave Garrett? Neil Albert is an attorney in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Tangled June, the sixth Dave Garrett mystery, is based on the author's search for his own birth parents." You'll find the other books in this short series in the Bookshare collection including: #1 The January Corpse, #2 February Trouble, #3 Burning March, #4 Cruel April and #5 Appointment in May.

Death of the Chesapeake: A History of the Military's Role in Polluting the Bay

by Richard Albright

In essence this book deals with an area that contributes significantly to the pollution and degradation of Chesapeake Bay, but has been completely overlooked in many of the efforts to restore the Bay, specifically, the federal military pollution sources. The book also recognizes for the first time, that efforts to restore the Bay have failed because of violation of a fundamental precept of environmental cleanup; that is, to sample the site and see what is there. The Bay itself has never been sampled. Thus this book presents a view of the environmental condition of Chesapeake Bay that is totally unique. It covers a part of the history of the Bay that is not widely known, including how the Bay was formed. It presents a mixture of science, military history, and novel solutions to the Bay's degradation. In so doing, the author examines the military use of the Bay and reveals the extent of munitions dumpsites containing nitrogen and phosphorus as well as chemical warfare material, and how this is effecting the environment. The book concludes with the author's own clean-up plan that, if implemented, would go a long way to restoring health to Bay. The book is supplemented with many photographs and maps.

Infinite Home

by Kathleen Alcott

A beautifully wrought story of an ad hoc family and the crisis they must overcome together. Edith is a widowed landlady who rents apartments in her Brooklyn brownstone to an unlikely collection of humans, all deeply in need of shelter. Crippled in various ways--in spirit, in mind, in body, in heart--the renters struggle to navigate daily existence, and soon come to realize that Edith's deteriorating mind, and the menacing presence of her estranged, unscrupulous son, Owen, is the greatest challenge they must confront together. Faced with eviction by Owen and his designs on the building, the tenants--Paulie, an unusually disabled man and his burdened sister, Claudia; Edward, a misanthropic stand-up comic; Adeleine, a beautiful agoraphobe; Thomas, a young artist recovering from a stroke--must find in one another what the world has not yet offered or has taken from them: family, respite, security, worth, love. The threat to their home scatters them far from where they've begun, to an ascetic commune in Northern California, the motel rooms of depressed middle America, and a stunning natural phenomenon in Tennessee, endangering their lives and their visions of themselves along the way. With humanity, humor, grace, and striking prose, Kathleen Alcott portrays these unforgettable characters in their search for connection, for a life worth living, for home.

Little Women

by Louisa May Alcott

The iconic novel of American girlhood The March sisters are four of the most beloved characters in literature. Beautiful and proper Meg, headstrong Jo, gentle Beth, pampered little Amy--generations of young women have recognized themselves in one or more of the devoted siblings. Set against the backdrop of the Civil War and the changing seasons of New England, the story of their passage from adolescence to adulthood, from a Christmas without presents to a glorious fall day in a bountiful apple orchard, from castles in the air to real-life hearths and homes, is just as touching and illuminating today as it was a century and a half ago. Based on Louisa May Alcott's own childhood and early career as a writer, Little Women is her masterpiece and one of the most popular novels of all time.This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

Murder at the PTA (PTA Mystery #1)

by Laura Alden

A brand-new series in which murder is anything but elementary After Tarver Elementary School's unpopular principal is murdered, PTA secretary and mother of two Beth Kennedy puts aside bake sales and class trip fund-raisers to catch a killer. <P><P> And when members of the PTA become suspects, she realizes solving this murder will not be as easy as ABC. . . .

Plotting at the PTA (PTA Mystery #3)

by Laura Alden

Good thing Beth Kennedy likes to multi-task. As a PTA secretary, children's bookstore owner, and single mom, Beth has to work hard to schedule time for sleuthing... <P><P> Beth is excited about the spring PTA project--the Senior Story Session, which pairs elderly residents of Sunny Rest Assisted Living with Tarver Elementary students to produce a book that the PTA can sell as a fundraiser. <P> But her enthusiasm is dampened when she discovers one of her regular customers at the bookstore, Amy Jacobson, has died from bee stings. What are bees doing out so unseasonably early in Wisconsin--and why wouldn't Amy, who was deathly allergic, have taken greater care to avoid them? <P> Now it's up to Beth to get the buzz on who used killer bees to send Amy Jacobson to her eternal rest...

Poison at the PTA (PTA Mystery #5)

by Laura Alden

As the Tarver Elementary School PTA president, Beth Kennedy is always on the go--especially when someone puts murder on the agenda. <P><P> Beth has been running nonstop to be the best PTA president, bookstore owner, and single parent ever, which is why her friend Marina is staging an intervention. Beth needs to take a break--and that means letting someone else organize the PTA's upcoming eightieth-anniversary event. <P> But when Cookie Van Doorne, one of the event speakers, dies of suspicious causes, Beth decides to make an intervention of her own to find out what happened. When she discovers that Cookie was poisoned, the next order of business is catching a killer whose break is almost over.

The Dark Light Years

by Brian W. Aldiss

What would intelligent life-forms on another planet look like? Would they walk upright? Would they wear clothes? Or would they be hulking creatures on six legs that wallow in their own excrement? Upon first contact with the Utod-- intelligent, pacifist beings who feel no pain--mankind instantly views these aliens as animals because of their unhygienic customs. This leads to the slaughter, capture, and dissection of the Utod. But when one explorer recognizes the intelligence behind their habits, he must reevaluate what it actually means to be "intelligent."

Finches of Mars

by Brian W. Aldiss

In this thoughtful meditation on the future of humanity, colonists on Mars struggle to prevent their own extinction Doomed by overpopulation, irreversible environmental degradation, and never-ending war, Earth has become a fetid swamp. For many, Mars represents humankind's last hope. In six tightly clustered towers on the red planet's surface, the colonists who have escaped their dying home world are attempting to make a new life unencumbered by the corrupting influences of politics, art, and religion. Unable ever to return, these pioneers have chosen an unalterable path that winds through a landscape as terrible as it is beautiful, often forcing them to compromise their beliefs--and sometimes their humanity--in order to survive. But the gravest threat to the future is not the settlement's total dependence on foodstuffs sent from a distant and increasingly uncaring Earth, or the events that occur in the aftermath of the miraculous discovery of native life on Mars--it is the fact that in the ten years since colonization began, every new human baby has been born dead, or so tragically deformed that death comes within hours. The great Brian W. Aldiss has delivered a dark and provocative yet ultimately hopeful magnum opus rich in imagination and bold ideas. A novel of philosophy as much as science fiction, Finches of Mars is an exploration of intellectual history, evolution, technology, and the future by one of speculative fiction's undisputed masters.

The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall

by Katie Alender

IN THIS ASYLUM, YOUR MIND PLAYS TRICK ON YOU ALL THE TIME ... Delia's new house isn't just a house. Long ago, it was the Piven Institute for the Care and Correction of Troubled Females -- an insane asylum nicknamed "Hysteria Hall." However, many of the inmates were not insane, just defiant and strong willed. Kind of like Delia herself. But the house still wants to keep "troubled" girls locked away. So, in the most horrifying way, Delia becomes trapped. And that's when she learns that the house is also haunted. Ghost girls wander the hallways in their old-fashioned nightgowns. A handsome ghost boy named Theo roams the grounds. Delia learns that all the spirits are unsettled and full of dark secrets. The house, too, harbors shocking truths within its walls -- truths that only Delia can uncover, and that may set her free. And she'll need to act quickly -- before the house's power overtakes everything she loves. Katie Alender brings heart-pounding suspense, gorgeous writing, and a feminist twist to this tale of memories and madness.

Tempted At Midnight

by Jacquie D' Alessandro

Tempted At Midnight, is the new Regency historical featuring the Ladies Literary Society of London. To stir public interest in her vampire romance novel, Lady Emily Stapleford stages nighttime vampire appearances. <P><P>Overnight, London is abuzz with the sightings. Now she'd be guaranteed success, if it wasn't for mysterious Logan Jennsen, who's onto Emily's duplicity.

The Smuggler Wore Silk (Spy in the Ton #1)

by Alyssa Alexander

A thrilling, seductive adventure from award-winning author Alyssa Alexander... After he is betrayed by one of his own, British spy Julian Travers, Earl of Langford, refuses to retire without a fight, vowing to find the traitor. <P><P>But when the trail leads to his childhood home, Julian is forced to return to a place he swore he'd never see again, and meet a woman who may be his quarry--in more ways than one.Though she may appear a poor young woman dependant on charity, Grace Hannah's private life is far more interesting. By night, she finds friendship and freedom as a member of a smuggling ring. But when the handsome Julian arrives, she finds her façade slipping, and she is soon compromised, as well as intrigued.As she and Julian continue the hunt, Grace finds herself falling in love with the man behind the spy. Yet Julian's past holds a dark secret. And when he must make a choice between love and espionage, that secret may tear them apart.

Rules of Engagement

by Bruce Alexander

When Lord Lammermoor, a close friend of the Lord Chief Justice, plunges to his death from Westminster Bridge in front of a dozen witnesses, suicide is ruled the likely cause of death. But his fatal leap coincides with the arrival of Dr. Goldsworthy, a student of Mesmerism. Sir John Fielding's suspicions grow when it is discovered that Goldsworthy's patron in London is none other than the beautiful and austere Lady Lammermoor.

Marine Force One

by David Stuart Alexander

Dispatched on a recon mission, America's most elite force of soldiers--Marine Force One--discovers North Korea's plans to use chemical weapons against South Korea. But before they can report their findings, the team is ambushed and the survivors must take out the weapons on their own. First in a new Maine action series.

Marine Force One #3: Recon by Fire

by David Stuart Alexander

To find the leaders of a terrorist organization, Marine Force One heads to Yemen-but the terrorists have kidnapped an American Air Force officer-and getting close to them puts his life at risk.

Marine Force One: Strike Vector

by David Stuart Alexander

The Iraqis are gathering materials to build hybrid nuclear warheads beyond any technology the U.S. has ever seen-and they're almost done. Now it's up to Marine Force One to cut the terrorist supply line down to size.

Making the Number: How to Use Sales Benchmarking to Drive Performance

by Greg Alexander Aaron Bartels Mike Drapeau

The essential tool kit to achieve breakthrough sales performance improvements.Numbers don't lie: 40 percent of all salespeople miss their targets each year. How can sales managers ensure their teams are doing everything possible? <P><P>The key lies in benchmarking, which is not new for finance or manufacturing but rarely gets applied to sales. Making the Number will teach executives to embrace data-driven decision making and rely less on gut instinct.Comparing a sales force to those of relevant peers leads to many opportunities to improve performance. The authors take readers through their five-step methodology for sales benchmarking, showing how to select metrics; gather, compute, and compare internal and external data; and then actually use the data.Making the Number includes case studies of sales benchmarking in action. <P>For example, find out how Discover Financial Services plays David to the Goliaths of MasterCard and Visa.Whether you're a sales rep, a manager, or a CEO, this book will show you a better way to make your number.

More Mad For Miley: An Unauthorized Biography

by Lauren Alexander

This follow-up to Mad for Miley is packed with all the latest on pop sensation and actress Miley Cyrus! Miley took the world by storm as Disney?s Hannah Montana. <P><P>She just released Breakout, her first album singing as herself, in July 2008, and it peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart! With her upcoming Hannah Montana Movie, which debuts in spring 2009, and hit single ?7 Things? heating up the charts, Miley is going to be bigger than ever before! We?ve got everything fans want in this extended biography with 8 pages of color photos! .

Origami Jewelry

by Richard L. Alexander Michael G. Lafosse

Make your own origami jewelry! In this new paper craft book from world renowned origami artists, Michael G. LaFosse and Richard L. Alexander, you'll be delighted to discover how quick, fun and inexpensive it is to make durable DIY jewelry that you'll actually be able to wear! LaFosse & Alexander's Origami Jewelry will show you how to create 3D designs to go with your hair, skin, and wardrobe by customizing the components to your own personal fashion. A full-color easy-to-follow book, clear diagrams and the included DVD provides you step-by-step instructions to create lovely pendants, medallions, charms, bracelets, necklaces and earrings in minutes. The origami paper and other materials needed are inexpensive and available in any craft store and a simple starch-based paste will provide your jewelry with remarkable strength to last for years.

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