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the good the bad and your business

The Good, The Bad, and Your Business: Choosing Right When Ethical Dilemmas Pull You Apart

Is it possible to be good and be good for business? New York Times syndicated columnist and professor Jeffrey Seglin shows that making responsible business decisions requires the ability to examine their impact from three important aspects: money, people and the common good.

The  Hawk and the D ove

The Hawk and the Dove: World War II at Okinawa and Korea

This is a wrenching first person account of the invasion of Okinawa and the repatriation of the Japanese from Korea. Roland Glenn fought in hand-to-hand combat in Okinawa, an experience he recounts in graphic detail.

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The New York Yacht Club - A History

The New York Yacht Club: A History, 1844-2008

This definitive new history of America's oldest yacht club and one of the world's best known clubs covers the Club from its founding in the cabin of a small sloop in 1844 through the America's Cup years - the longest winning streak in history - before the cup was finally lost in 1983.

C hanging Tides

Changing Tides

Changing Tides is the second mystery by New Hampshire novelist K.D. Mason. Again we join sailor and the sometime sleuth Jack Beale and the cast of characters at the popular summer hang-out, Ben’s Place with their reggae Sundays on the deck. 

Windjammer Cooking

Windjammer Cooking: Great Recipes from Maine’s Windjammer Fleet

This beautiful, full color cookbook has more than 50 recipes from Maine’s famous windjammer fleet as well as photographs and information on the windjammers, their owners, cooks and crew and the beautiful coast of Maine.

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Green Oasis in Brooklyn

Green Oasis in Brooklyn: The Evergreens Cemetery 1849-2008

Noted historian John Rousmaniere traces the history of the Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York. Beginning with the land itself before the cemetery was founded in 1850, his engaging text tells how the forces that shaped the history of New York—population growth, immigration and increasing wealth—also shaped the Evergreens.

Harbor Ice

Harbor Ice

Harbor Ice is the first is a series of mysteries by New Hampshire author K.D. Mason. Though based on the beautiful coast of New Hampshire, these page turners take us worldwide in search of clues. Harbor Ice takes us on a suspenseful ride from Rye, New Hampshire, to Switzerland to Taos, New Mexico--with plenty of romance along the way.

An Advocate’s Journey

An Advocate’s Journey

“A fascinating account of an extraordinary life in the law.” —Hon. Judith S. Kaye

“Michael Cooper’s journey is a gift for anyone interested in solving human problems . . . in the practice of law, and in struggles for justice.” —Martha Minnow, Dean, Harvard Law School

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Mystic Seafood

Mystic Seafood

“A wonderful book about fish and shellfish cookery”
—Mary Ann Esposito

Speaking Globally

Speaking Globally: Effective Presentations Across International and Cultural Boundaries, Second Edition

Speaking Globally offers easy-to-learn techniques which you can put into action quickly. You will learn how to:

  • control your nerves and increase your confidence
  • use your hands effectively and with purpose
  • create a powerful PowerPoint slide show
  • deal with hecklers and confrontational journalists
  • deliver a take-home message your listeners will really take home
The Great Atlantic

The Great Atlantic

A comprehensive and beautiful history of one of the most successful racing boat classes in the past hundred years.