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  1. Online Dating and Matrimonial Services
    Online Dating and Matrimonial Services

    by Subhasis Chatterjee

    Online Dating and Matrimonial Services
    by Subhasis Chatterjee

    Rating: 2.4/5 (594 votes cast)

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    Learn the pros, cons, myths and basics of online dating. This online dating manual gives practical online dating tips for anyone who is thinking of finding a new relationship. Specific tips and information are also provided for Muslim men and women who are looking for matrimonial relationships.

    Categories: Self-help, Sex & Relationship, Other Non-fiction

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  2. LEGACY: The Life of Nikola Tesla
    LEGACY: The Life of Nikola Tesla

    by Norma Brody

    LEGACY: The Life of Nikola Tesla
    by Norma Brody

    Rating: 3.0/5 (530 votes cast)

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    This is the little-known story of Nikola Tesla, the discoverer of alternating current, the father of radar, robotics and wireless transmission. He changed the course of events worldwide but he was never given the accolades he deserved.

    Categories: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Other Non-fiction

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  3. Foster Care Handbook: Behavior - Action Speaks Louder Than Words
    Foster Care Handbook: Behavior - Action Speaks Louder Than Words

    by Norma Brody Geste

    Foster Care Handbook: Behavior - Action Speaks Louder Than Words
    by Norma Brody Geste

    Rating: 2.6/5 (322 votes cast)

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    This easy-ready basic guide covers the key aspects of fostering including behavior and physiological problems, handling daily challenges, setting goals, communication tips and resources for more help and ideas.

    Categories: Parenting, Self-help, Other Non-fiction

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  4. Without An Angel
    Without An Angel
    by Mitchell Bogatz

    Rating: 3.1/5 (100 votes cast)

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    Without An Angel is a painful, raw poetry book, taken straight from the life of the bestselling author, Mitchell Bogatz.

    Categories: Poetry, Other Non-fiction

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  5. Amazing Success
    Amazing Success

    by Sunday Ahuronyeze Abakwue

    Amazing Success
    by Sunday Ahuronyeze Abakwue

    Rating: 2.8/5 (451 votes cast)

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    Success comes from the inspired words of God and from our own common sense about ambition, motivation, will power and the other principles of success. Success has its own power. It can lay eggs like an eagle and fly with its new offspring – soaring.

    Categories: Self-help, Spirituality, Other Non-fiction

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