Dirty Neighbor

Author: Glenna Maynard
Publisher: Glenna Maynard
Size: 12.58 MB
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OZ is a playboy. He spends his days as a firefighter and his nights running through the dreams of his neighbor. Dottie is a bored housewife whose imagination often gets the best of her. One daydream sparks a fiery passion she can’t deny. She has an itch that only OZ can scratch. Dirty Neighbor is a quick read that is intended for readers who enjoy reading about their wildest fantasies. *Previously Released in the Hook & Ladder 69 Anthology as The Scratch* fireman, short story, sexy neighbor, housewife, naughty fantasy

The Naughty Neighbor

Author: Mathiya Adams
Publisher: Misque Press
ISBN: 138682447X
Size: 14.24 MB
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"Benny and I are going to continue our investigation in the murder we're working on," said Detective Pierson. "She was murdered in her home? Were there any witnesses?" "Oh," smiled Pierson, "I would say so. There were probably seventy thousand witnesses." The victim was Cloe Murphy, an internet porn star had over 70,000 fans, most of whom had the misfortune of seeing her brutal murder during Cloe's internet podcast. The most likely suspect is the estranged husband Toby who discovered his wife's body. The weapon has his prints on it, and neighbors report that they've heard heated words between the couple. But is he the killer? Or did one of her subscribers want to make sure she didn't share herself with anyone else? Jerry Baker asks MacFarland to look into the young porn star's death, and it quickly becomes apparent that there was more to Cloe Murphy's death than meets the eye. The Naughty Neighbor is the fourteenth book in the Hot Dog Detective series. Each book can be read independently, but if you want to read them in order, just follow the alphabet.

Who Is My Neighbor

Author: Phillip K. Tompkins
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317249097
Size: 46.66 MB
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Who Is My Neighbor? is a compelling account of the author's ten-year journey as a volunteer at the St. Francis Center, a homeless shelter in Denver, Colorado. A retired Professor of Communication, Phil Tompkins marshals his considerable experience as a participant observer in recording the voices of the guests of the shelter as they teach us about their situation. We learn about their hopes for regaining a home and their fears as they are victimized-in some cases even murdered. Tompkins shows how effective communication and organization can contribute to finding an end to homelessness and establishing a movement toward protective action, especially when a proactive local government gets involved. In addition to giving voice to homeless people, Who Is My Neighbor? explores Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper's ambitious Commission to End Homelessness. This remarkable social experiment, now called Denver's Road Home, is two years into implementing an innovative plan for ending homelessness. It provides a model for other cities nationwide where persistent homelessness has defied resolution.

How To Love Your Neighbor Without Being Weird

Author: Amy Lively
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441228543
Size: 48.98 MB
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"I want to love my neighbor, but I don't know how." Most of us feel guilty about Christ's command to love our neighbor, but let's be honest--we don't even know most of the people living around us. How can we love people we don't even know? Besides, doesn't it count as "loving our neighbor" when we send money to missionaries and put out yard signs for our church? Are we supposed to just knock on our neighbors' doors and tell them about Jesus? "They'll think I'm weird." How to Love Your Neighbor Without Being Weird helps you overcome fears about getting to know your neighbors and sharing your faith. You'll learn simple, practical ways to get to know your neighbors, using your God-given personality. As you venture out of the comfort of your living room and into the lives of your neighbors, you'll form authentic friendships, create a safer community, and find fulfillment in obeying Christ's #2 command. Loving your neighbor isn't a random command; it's God's perfect plan. "A very timely book for a very isolated culture. Amy Lively offers practical help and guidance in the neglected practice of hospitality."--Dr. Dennis Rainey, president, FamilyLife "This ministry is changing lives. Amy has followed God's leading into an untapped area of people that need Jesus. What a simple idea of reaching out to your neighborhood--the area that God placed you in for His purposes. Amy's ideas and excellent resources have offered a no-excuse zone for this ministry. The Lord said, 'Love me and love your neighbor.' He chose Amy to show us the way. Thank you for this amazing resource!"--Chrissy Dunham, director of women's ministry at Prestonwood Baptist Church, Plano, Texas "Amy knows God has given each of us a corner of the world to share the love of Jesus and the hope found in His Word. Her book equips women, spiritually and practically, to answer this call and open their hearts and homes to friends and neighbors."--Wendy Blight, Proverbs 31 Ministries speaker and author "Amy's brilliant approach to engaging our neighbors is natural, fun, and life-changing! She provides every single thing you will need, including courage. This book and practice is a must for everyone desiring to honor and obey the Lord."--Debbie Stuart, church and leadership development director, Women of Faith " Amy gives us the keys to really connect with those who live around us--not with an agenda, but with a heart toward real relationships. A must-read for anyone who believes that 'Love thy neighbor' really starts at your front door."--Kathi Lipp, coauthor of The Cure for the Perfect Life and author of The Husband Project "With hundreds of friends on social media, why are we so lonely? In her amazing book, Amy Lively identifies the heart-need for deep connection that's not being met through a screen and offers a simple solution: Actually meet the people who live near you. Amy's openness to share her successes and failures at reaching out will inspire you to try it yourself.'"--Glynnis Whitwer, author of Everyday Confetti; executive director of communications, Proverbs 31 Ministries "Amy shows us, step-by-step, how to conquer our fears, connect with our neighbors, and have fun too! Highly recommend!"--Cindy Bultema, speaker, Bible teacher, and author of Red Hot Faith "What does 'love your neighbor as yourself' really mean? In this book, Amy Lively will give you the tips, tools, and techniques you need to love your neighbor in your own unique way."--Jennifer Rothschild, author of Lessons I Learned in the Dark; founder of Fresh Grounded Faith events and womensministry.net

The End Of An Era

Author: James T. West
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462804438
Size: 51.75 MB
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The End of an Era was written shortly after my retirement from Lockheed. I felt strongly about the events during the L-1011 years. The demise of the program left me without a job. I guess that in some ways I resented that. I wanted to blame the programs failure on somebody. My first draft did just that. I did point fingers. I wrote about what I felt was incompetence. Luckily, I threw my first version out. My next version began with reciting the facts, as I knew them. I had been there when decisions were made. I had been a part of the management team. Or, maybe I hadnt. Dan Haughton ran the show. He frequently shuffled people in and out of the program. In some sense, I felt like an observer. I stood to the side as this went on. Everything about Lockheed was attuned to DOD business. Lockheed was at the forefront of technical advances. We knew how to fly faster, higher, and with the largest payload. We knew little if anything about commercial business. Dont get me wrong, we knew how to design and build a commercial airplane. We just didnt know how to relate that to customers and customer satisfaction. Airlines bought the L-1011 because it was the best one out there and in spite of Lockheed. My original title was My Story of the L-1011. It wasnt until I read that first complete manuscript that I realized I was talking about the end of an era. Lockheed and corporate America were experiencing the birth of the modern manager, the MBA. The manager of the engineering division didnt need to know engineering, he had an MBA. The lack of commercial experience, the exodus of the knowledgeable manager, and the birth of the MBA, with his network, spelled nothing but disaster. I have been criticized for ignoring the engineering aspects of the L-1011. The strongest criticism is that I missed the boat. I didnt cite the RB211s failure. Rolls-Royce inability to achieve the necessary thrust was the downfall of the L-1011. Rolls-Royce failed, went bankrupt, but Lockheed management failed in being ill prepared for the event. Dan Haughton rolled the dice and put the program at risk of the Roll-Royce failure. In the early stages of the planes development Dan eliminated the ability to fly with a GE or Pratt engine. Sure, it saved money but it also put the program completely at risk of Rolls performance. The failure of Rolls-Royce wasnt the cause nor was the man who picked the engine. Rolls-Royce offered the best deal, the best engine. We could evaluate the design and engineering but we were novices at international contracting. All of the price and payment clauses went out the window. They were as real as the magicians deck of cards. We were used to being at the edge of technology. Our country doesnt have the fastest and best in the air by being timid. Whats a common thread of this effort? Delays, budget overruns, redesigns, etc. A commercial plane doesnt stretch the technical boundary, its tried and true. After everything that happened, the fault has to lie with management, not one person in management but management. At Lockheed everyone wanted a seat at the table. Those at the table were different. They looked around and connected with each other because of the ivy league school they graduated from. They were the officers and deserved special treatment. They were part of the network. Its much like school. You quickly learn that classroom performance has a big influence on your grade. It starts in the first grade and continues well into university. It was prevalent at Lockheed. The problem was that in school you had the teacher correcting and demanding proof. At Lockheed, rarely was evidence demanded. Rarely did management question the facts. As the qualified and experienced retired, senior management had little feedback. The up and comer was the one first at the meeting and with a chair at the table. No one asked for his qualifications or where were the facts. A salesman would go on and on as to how hard it was. He added up the many days he was out of the country. No one asked him to name someone at the airline that he knew. Bottom line read the book. Its a part of history and a lesson in Management 101.

The Neighbor

Author: Eliana Alexander
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477149651
Size: 46.56 MB
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Caroline Geish is a world-famous country singer living a perfect single life. Adrien Martel is a handsome and successful plastic surgeon who moves next door. After meeting Adrien the country starlet is framed for murder and taken to jail. Caroline’s parents must rush to prove her innocence before she is sentenced to life in prison. With the help of Caroline’s family attorney Paul Weinsmith and Nate Corel a tenacious investigator they unravel a deep-rooted plot to destroy not only Caroline, but also her entire family. Unfortunately, time is short and the evidence against the starlet is strong. Caroline’s team must work quickly to uncover a dark history, save Caroline and clear the family.

Dirty Korean

Author: Haewon Geebi Baek
Publisher: Ulysses Press
ISBN: 1569758298
Size: 74.17 MB
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Her Filthy Neighbor Plays Games In The Attic

Author: Sharon Love
Publisher: Adult Tagged
Size: 23.44 MB
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Barely legal, Heather has a misdirected package for her filthy neighbor. At his house, he has a hard package for the college coed. She’s a tease and worse when she catches a glimpse at the excitement he has for her. The taboo surprise is his wife is home. David collects board games, but he’s not playing. Exposing their sudden affair to his wife is against his personal rules. Heather’s a quick learner, tempts fate, and demands they leave the door open. Her spontaneous seduction works, he gets off quick and hard in the attic. Filthy neighbors desire and lust for sexual gratification in the Her Filthy Neighbor Series. They offer limited backstory, so you can get to the good parts fast. Climax quick with this erotic sharing love short story. Tap the buy button and experience a satisfying ending for yourself.

Who Is My Neighbor

Author: Wayne Gordon
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441223886
Size: 64.98 MB
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An "expert in the law" once asked Jesus what he must do to inherit eternal life--and his question initiated a very interesting conversation. The Law says to "love your neighbor as yourself," Jesus pointed out, so the next logical question is, "Who is my neighbor?" Rather than offering an exhaustive list of neighbors and non-neighbors, Jesus told a story . . . the Parable of the Good Samaritan. Out of that famous parable, Dr. Wayne Gordon draws more than forty characteristics of the man who was beaten, robbed, and left for dead on the road to Jericho--the character Jesus created to show Christians how to recognize their neighbors. Dr. Gordon brings that character vividly to life in Who Is My Neighbor?, and helps readers use Jesus' parable as a reference point for their interactions in their community and the world. And as readers catch Jesus' vision of neighborliness, they will also find practical suggestions for meeting needs and changing the lives of those around them . . . that is, their neighbors!

Bad Neighbor Policy

Author: Ted Galen Carpenter
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466889373
Size: 52.21 MB
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The domestic phase of Washington's war on drugs has received considerable criticism over the years from a variety of individuals. Until recently, however, most critics have not stressed the damage that the international phase of the drug war has done to our Latin American neighbors. That lack of attention has begun to change and Ted Carpenter chronicles our disenchantment with the hemispheric drug war. Some prominent Latin American political leaders have finally dared to criticize Washington while at the same time, the U.S. government seems determined to perpetuate, if not intensify, the antidrug crusade. Spending on federal antidrug measures also continues to increase, and the tactics employed by drug war bureaucracy, both here and abroad, bring the inflammatory "drug war" metaphor closer to reality. Ending the prohibitionist system would produce numerous benefits for both Latin American societies and the United States. In a book deriving from his work at the CATO Institute, Ted Carpenter paints a picture of this ongoing fiasco.