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|Author||: Shari Lapena|
|Publsiher||: Random House|
|Total Pages||: 464|
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The chilling Sunday Times bestseller perfect for fans of Knives Out. A Richard & Judy Book Club pick. 'In this fast-paced, twisted family saga, Shari Lapena keeps you guessing until the very last page...' PAULA HAWKINS The new unputdownable thriller from the multi-million-copy bestselling author of THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR. In this family, everyone is keeping secrets - even the dead. In the quiet, wealthy enclave of Brecken Hill, an older couple is brutally murdered hours after a tense Easter dinner with their three adult children. Who, of course, are devastated. Or are they? They each stand to inherit millions. They were never a happy family, thanks to their vindictive father and neglectful mother, but perhaps one of them is more disturbed than anyone knew. Did someone snap after that dreadful evening? Or did another person appear later that night with the worst of intentions? That must be what happened. After all, if one of the family were capable of something as gruesome as this, you'd know. Wouldn't you? 'Nobody does a vicious family circle like Shari Lapena. Highly recommended' Cara Hunter 'Queen of the modern crime novel, Shari Lapena, is back with another tale of murder... Shari will keep you guessing until the very end' Sunday Express 'A cross between Big Little Lies and Miss Marple' Woman's Weekly '[A] dramatic, tense and satisfying murder mystery' My Weekly
|Author||: B. M. Bower|
|Publsiher||: Good Press|
|Total Pages||: 229|
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"The Happy Family" by B. M. Bower. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
|Author||: James Ellis|
|Publsiher||: Unbound Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 304|
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Germaine Kiecke was a foundling, an orphan. Now she is a successful art academic who defines herself by her profession and prefers to experience the world through art and an augmented reality game called Happy Family. But when the artist Tom Hannah, the creative force behind the game, moves to Spain, surrounds himself with high walls, three large dogs, and a runaway who teaches him to think like a tree, his existential melt-down threatens all Germaine holds dear.
|Author||: MEHMET KARABURÇ|
|Publsiher||: Mehmet Karaburç|
|Total Pages||: 85|
Download HAPPY FAMILY DICTIONARY Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The family is the smallest community of parents and their children. The two basic elements that establish the family, which is the foundation of society, are male and female. In the family, the female male is a pair of wings, a pair of arms, a pair of cufflinks, both capable of functioning separately, but only complementing each other when they are together. However, these two basic elements that make up the family that is considered two halves of an Apple have started to have disagreements and disagreements frequently and as a result, divorced families have grown around us. Although men and women in fragmented families have somehow continued to live, the children have suffered the greatest harm from this separation. In this book, we have written our knowledge and experiences about how to achieve a happy family reunion to help children grow up in family bliss, not to break up families. We wrote this in a dictionary by adding forty meanings to the Forty Words that are important to us in marriage with the longing to create happy family environments for forty years with a pillow.
|Author||: Yair Neuman|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 178|
Download How Small Social Systems Work Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Most of us are intuitively familiar with small social systems, such as families and soccer teams. Surprisingly, though, most of us are unaware of how complex these systems are or of the fact that they have a unique character distinguishing them from both populations and individuals. The current manuscript, which emerged from high-level scientific publications on the subject, aims to bridge this gap in our understanding of small social systems. The book aims to explain, illustrate, and model the unique and fascinating nature of small (social) systems by relying on deep scientific foundations and by using examples from sport, movies, music, and the martial arts. To support its friendly exposition of challenging scientific ideas, the book also discusses entertaining questions such as (1) why inviting your mother-in-law to dinner might be a challenging event, for reasons you have never considered; (2) why soccer teams should be messy in order to win; (3) why Nazis are deeply wrong in their understanding of the importance of entropy; and (4) why “panda fighters” failed in the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). "How Small Systems Work is a welcome book, which sheds light on a branch of mathematics overlooked by scholars: how networks store information. Focusing on small systems, the book asks fundamental questions, providing the tools (and the examples) for answering them –with fun. Neuman analyses, with plenty of humor, the dynamics of a family of cats, the pleasure of listening to jazz, and the science behind football championships, while uncovering hidden gems in the history of cinema” Dr. Mario Alemi, author of “The Amazing Journey of Reason: from DNA to Artificial Intelligence”
|Author||: Lorenz J. Halbeisen|
|Total Pages||: 594|
Download Combinatorial Set Theory Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book, now in a thoroughly revised second edition, provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to modern set theory. Following an overview of basic notions in combinatorics and first-order logic, the author outlines the main topics of classical set theory in the second part, including Ramsey theory and the axiom of choice. The revised edition contains new permutation models and recent results in set theory without the axiom of choice. The third part explains the sophisticated technique of forcing in great detail, now including a separate chapter on Suslin’s problem. The technique is used to show that certain statements are neither provable nor disprovable from the axioms of set theory. In the final part, some topics of classical set theory are revisited and further developed in light of forcing, with new chapters on Sacks Forcing and Shelah’s astonishing construction of a model with finitely many Ramsey ultrafilters. Written for graduate students in axiomatic set theory, Combinatorial Set Theory will appeal to all researchers interested in the foundations of mathematics. With extensive reference lists and historical remarks at the end of each chapter, this book is suitable for self-study.
|Author||: T. M. Wilkinson|
|Publsiher||: Oxford University Press|
|Total Pages||: 209|
Download Ethics and the Acquisition of Organs Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Transplantation is a medically successful and cost-effective way to treat people whose organs have failed--but not enough organs are available to meet demand. Ethics and the Acquisition of Organs is concerned with the major ethical problems raised by policies for acquiring organs. The main topics are the rights of the dead, the role of the family, opt in and opt out systems, the conscription of organs, living organ donation from adults and children, directed donation and priority for donors, and the sale of organs. In this ground-breaking work, T. M. Wilkinson uses concepts from moral and political theory such as autonomy, rights, posthumous interests, justice, and well-being, in a context informed by the clinical, legal, and policy aspects of transplantation. The result is a rigorous philosophical exploration of real problems and options. He argues that the ethics of acquiring organs for transplantation is not only of great intellectual interest, but also of practical importance. As such, this book will be of profit not only to students and academics who work in applied ethics and bioethics, but also to the lawyers, policy-makers, clinicians, and lobby groups interested in transplantation.
|Author||: Tracy Barone|
|Publsiher||: Hachette UK|
|Total Pages||: 400|
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One of these things is not like the other. That's how Cheri Matzner felt growing up in her adoptive family, and it's what continues to define her as she tries to start a family of her own. Funny and fierce, desperate for connection yet pushing it away with both hands, she needs to jump-start a marriage in danger of flatlining and save her career from scandal. But Cheri is still contending with a complicated relationship with her parents -- her aging Italian bombshell of a mother and a distant father who looms large, even in death -- unaware of the sacrifices they made to be together or of the difficult truths and lies in their marriage. When tragedy unravels Cheri's well-designed defenses, she is thrust into an odyssey of acceptance that brings her full circle back to her dramatic origins. Sometimes it takes half a lifetime to come of age. To be able to glimpse our parents beyond their roles as our parents. To uncover the many versions of truth within our family stories and within our own. And to laugh at it all just a little bit sooner.
|Author||: Soodursun Jugessur|
|Publsiher||: Allied Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 204|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
Download Value Crisis The Happy Family through Family Communion Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The book 'Value Crisis' analyses how a lack of basic moral education starting in the family, with adequate parental responsibility, has led to a world where violence and social evils affect peace and harmony. The family as a cell of the society is the nursery for values that can sustain a development that is in harmony with nature, and where the spirit of trust and sharing is primordial. Modern development has stressed too much on materialist living where greed and exploitation have led to multiple crises. The book highlights how universal values can be brought back in our lives.
|Author||: Karen Fischer|
|Total Pages||: 454|
Download Healthy Family Happy Family Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This is the one-stop food manual for parents. With just a few simple rules to follow, any parent, no matter how busy and stressed they may be, can provide healthy food for their family day after day, and have more time left over, not less.Healthy Family, Happy Family shows you how to cook quick and delicious meals. You also prepare many of them in bulk so you don't have to cook every night. It also teaches you how to 'market' healthy food to fussy kids so that they choose vegies over KFC!The book includes over 100 recipes as well as weekly menus and detailed shopping lists. These are the keys to saving time and money. Specialised recipes cover lunchbox options, vegetarians and vegans, gluten-free, parties and picnics.
|Author||: Rebecca Walker|
|Total Pages||: 288|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
Download One Big Happy Family Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
More important and timely than ever--a collection of illuminating essays on the shifting definition of the modern American family. Edited by bestselling writer Rebecca Walker, this fascinating exploration of today's American family features essays by prominent voices such as Z.Z. Packer, Dan Savage, Min Jin Lee, Asha Bandele, Neal Pollack, and others, on subjects such as open marriages, polyamory, single motherhood, parenting a disabled child, home schooling, and more. An unabashed celebration of love in all its diversity and complexity, One Big Happy Family offers a multitude of engaging pictures of modern American families.
|Author||: Irina Bjørnø|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
Download Happy Family Book How to stay happy in marriage Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book was written to help you to understand the way to happiness for two people in a permanent relationship. Book is very practical and simple to use.
|Author||: John Patrick Linstroth|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 394|
|Genre||: Electronic books|
Download Politics and Racism Beyond Nations Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book brings together theoretical knowledge from diverse fields as anthropology, biology, neurology, peace studies, political science, psychology, and sociology to address key challenges that transcend borders. It demonstrates how differences are created on many levels to reveal how the "othering project" is evident through national policies of immigration, through aspiring nationalisms, through genocidal inhumanity, and the subsequent effects of such othering evident in racial trauma. It further argues that we cannot limit our understanding of racism to forms of "white nationalism" or "whiteness movements" in the developed world and regions but look to the global formulation of such discrimination in colonial histories. The book introduces each chapter by providing rich ethnographic narratives from informants based upon the author's research on nationalism, racism, genocide, terrorism, trauma, scientific tolerance, and love and peace as well as some auto-ethnographic narratives from the author's research on these themes. J.P. Linstroth is Adjunct Professor at Barry University, USA, and an Honorary Professor of Anthropology and Faculty Member at Catholic University of New Spain, USA. He is the author of Marching Against Gender Practice: Political Imaginings in the Basqueland (2015), co-recipient of an Alexander von Humboldt Grant, and former Fulbright Scholar to Brazil. He has a D.Phil. degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Oxford.
|Author||: Saumya Dave|
|Total Pages||: 400|
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"A full, big hearted novel.”—Taylor Jenkins Reid, New York Times bestselling author of Daisy Jones & the Six Nestled in the suburbs of Atlanta, a family learns the funniest punchlines can hide the hardest truths in this evocative women’s fiction novel from the author of Well-Behaved Indian Women From the outside, the Joshi family is the quintessential Indian-American family. Decades ago, Bina and Deepak immigrated to America, where she became a pillar of their local Indian community and he, a successful psychiatrist. Their eldest daughter, Suhani, is following the footsteps of her father’s career and happily married. Natasha, their middle daughter, is about to become engaged to the son of longtime family friends. And Anuj, their son—well he’s a son and what could be better than that? But a family scandal shows that nothing is as it seems. Bina’s oldest friendship starts to unravel and she finds herself as an outsider in the community she helped build. Suhani discovers that her perfect marriage isn’t as solid as she thought. Natasha faces a series of rejections that send her into a downward spiral. As they encounter public humiliation, gossiping aunties, and self-doubt, the Joshi family must rely on each other like never before. But sometimes, family has to fall apart in order to come back stronger than before.