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The ONLY grammatically correct edition of this book available to the public anywhere. Painstakingly reconstructed from multiple sources, the text has been thoroughly restored to its original splendor. For the first time in years Wallace D. Wattle's inspirational book can once again be enjoyed free of any typographical or spelling errors.The book that inspired Rhonda Byrne to create The Secret is now available as an Ultimate Edition by Restored Classics Publishing.As a highly reproduced and sought after public domain work, Wallace D. Wattles' "The Science of Getting Rich" has been on the receiving end of more than a few typographical mistakes over the course of its life. Each transcribed presentation of the text appears to have been littered with its own set of misspellings and errors caused by whomever was responsible for the transcription. Until now the efforts to find an unblemished copy have been made nearly impossible as widely distributed versions currently available by popular means all appear to be impinged upon by some form of error and oversight.Now, through the painstaking comparison of several different transcriptions and careful deliberation throughout the editing process, Restored Classics Publishing has thoroughly examined each and every word of this beloved book and washed away all known issues. The original capitalization and usage of italics upon certain important words has been restored along with the correction of all known spelling and typographical errors, bringing Wattles' original text back to life as it was originally intended to be read.It has been a time-consuming labor of love to restore this book to its original glory and it is highly deserving of the respect it has been given. "The Science of Getting Rich" has edified and inspired countless numbers of people over the last century to acquire wealth and happiness by giving them a more positive and loving understanding of the universe and the role each of us plays within it. It is here that we hope it will live on to do the same for countless more for another century to come. Live blessed and be fruitful.This edition includes:Biographical information on the author, Wallace D. Wattles.Typographical issues included in widely distributed versions have been corrected.Original text completely re-instated including the capitalization and usage of italics on important words and restoration of period spellings (to-day, to-morrow, et al)Own Wallace D. Wattles' original vision of this timeless classic that has helped millions lead a more happy and bountiful life.

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Long before Doctor Fingal Flahertie O’Reilly became a fixture in the colourful Irish village of Ballybucklebo, he was a young M.B. with plans to marry midwife Dierdre Mawhinney. Those plans were complicated by the outbreak of World War II and the call of duty. Assigned to the HMS Warspite, a formidable 30,000-ton battleship, Surgeon Lieutenant O’Reilly soon found himself face-to-face with the hardships of war, tending to the dreadnought’s crew of 1,200 as well as to the many casualties brought aboard. Life in Ballybuckebo is a far cry from the strife of war, but over two decades later O’Reilly and his younger colleagues still have plenty of challenges: an outbreak of German measles, the odd tropical disease, a hard-fought pie-baking contest, and a local man whose mule-headed adherence to tradition is standing in the way of his son’s future. Now older and wiser, O’Reilly has prescriptions for whatever ails…until a secret from the past threatens to unravel his own peace of mind. Shifting deftly between two very different eras, Patrick Taylor’s latest Irish Country novel reveals more about O’Reilly’s tumultuous past, even as Ballybucklebo faces the future in its own singular fashion.

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Fresh off the heels of a devastating breakup, Riley Benson is a mess. But with her ingenious plan to become a ball-busting heartbreaker herself, she’s pretty sure she’ll survive. Riley’s determined to become the perfect bachelorette—she’s going to drink like a bro, belch like a beast and swear so much that she’ll make even the most seasoned sailors blush. After all, those are the qualities that every guy’s secretly looking for…. aren’t they? Max Fletcher is in love with the girl who gave him chicken pox and his first broken leg. When his best friend seems to finally be out of the picture, he can’t help but want to keep Riley all to himself. And, after coaching her with the very best of the very worst love advice, it seems as if he might actually get what he's wanted after all those years. But just as the two come to the realization that they're actually kind of perfect for each other, along comes a secret that threatens to tear them apart. This novel contains graphic sexual content and strong language. It is intended for mature readers.

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Hot, wet, and bothered As the world’s only fully trained water Sybil, Andy Myles is too busy battling New York’s demonic population and coping with personal tragedy to trust her broken heart to the wrong man. Jack Blackmore, FBI adviser to Manhattan’s Occult Crimes Unit, is Army-tough and rattling Andy’s nerves big-time, criticizing her strategies for attacking the powerful flesh-feasting Rakshasa. She could happily drown Jack with a rogue wave of her water energy—or her kisses. Honestly, when did hating a man become so hot? Jack’s all human—and he puts his trust in bullets, steel, and fists, not magic. Tough and confident, he’s never met a problem he couldn’t handle. Then again, he’s never fought alongside warrior witches who can kill with a flick of a finger or lost his heart to a wild, unpredictable woman whose kisses taste like sweet southern rain. As a tide of despotic evil sweeps through the streets of New York, Jack’s got one chance to stop a malevolent rampage—and claim Andy’s heart.

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She’s definitely getting warmer. Her flame power nearly extinguished in a battle against the dark forces attempting to control Manhattan, fire Sybil Camille Fitzgerald is down but not out. Joining a new squad of warrior witches, she hopes to reclaim her fighting spirit and, with luck, her pyrotechnic mastery. Two problems on that front: a new army of cannibalistic demons and her superheated lust for John Cole, an unholy blend of demon and U.S. Special Forces agent now working undercover for New York’s Occult Crimes Unit. John knows he can’t be trusted—hell, he can’t trust himself. His warrior soul has entered a new, supernaturally fit body. Unfortunately, it’s a body belonging to the Sybils’ worst enemy, whose supernasty essence still lingers. But when John’s demon energy seems more alive than dead, it’s Camille whose scorching kiss keeps him human—for now. All he’s got to do is master his dark side and save Camille and the Sybils from an army of satanic hellboys planning their ultimate destruction.

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Trapped by temptation, bound by desire Saving humanity from the supernatural has been challenging lately—even for a well-trained earth Sybil like Bela Argos, who must harness the magic of a fractious group of warrior sisters and battle a new wave of paranormal attacks. Another challenge is Duncan Sharp, the hunky NYPD detective who might turn into a demon overnight and devour Bela in her sleep. Still, the darkness taking over Duncan’s body can’t stop the molten heat unleashed by the intense attraction between them. Duncan has two major problems: First, he has the soul of a suspected serial killer hitching a ride on his vibe. Worse (yes, worse) he’s got a demonic fever raging inside that promises a world of hurt for everybody, especially Bela. Now he’s all about getting even with the demons that put this freak curse in his blood—satanic forces that dare to unleash their savage lust on Duncan’s soul, his city, and the woman he loves. From the Paperback edition. From Publishers Weekly Windsor's fourth Dark Crescent Sisterhood novel (after 2008's Bound by Light) is dark and sexy but painfully slow. Bela Argos is the only surviving member of a triad of sibyls, warrior women bound to protect humanity from supernatural threats. She's in the midst of working with a new group of sibyls when they come across a group of tiger demons attacking NYPD cop Duncan Sharpe. Infected with demonic energies and the soul of a friend who's wanted for murder, Duncan is quickly taken into custody by Bela and her team. The lonely sibyl and the cursed cop discover a bittersweet attraction that is the dim highlight of a tale filled with bland dialogue ("Do you know people who do believe in drawing power from perverted rituals?") and bogged down by team dynamics melodrama and an unsubtle murder plot. (Dec.) H Patricia Highsmith: Selected Novels and Short StoriesPatricia HighsmithNorton, .95 (736p) ISBN 978-0-393-08013-1As Highsmith biographer Joan Schenkar notes in her introduction to this stellar compendium, "In Highsmith country, good intentions corrupt naturally and automatically, guilt often afflicts the innocent... and life is a suffocating trap from which even her most accomplished escape artists cannot find a graceful exit." This holds true both for the volume's two early novels--1950's acclaimed Strangers on a Train, the basis for the Hitchcock film, and 1952's The Price of Salt, written under the pseudonym Claire Morgan--and 13 short stories, composed between 1939 and 1973. In Strangers, Highsmith takes a disarmingly yet disturbing simple premise--two strangers meet and end up "exchanging" murders--and transforms it into a brutal tour de force of double crosses, doubled identities, and blurred lines between guilt and innocence. Salt, published three years before Lolita, shares the same sexual undercurrent as Nabokov's novel, with the addition of incest and a lesbian love affair, all taboo subjects in 1950s America. The short stories range in tone from the truly unsettling ("A Mighty Nice Man"; "Oona, the Jolly Cave Woman") to the biting ("The Baby Spoon"; "Not One of Us"). While Highsmith (1921–1995) may be best known for The Talented Mr. Ripley, this collection is proof positive that her savagely sedate prose expands far beyond her hero-villain 

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The night holds endless pleasures . . . and hides nameless terrors. As the broom end of her Sybil triad, Merilee Alexander has the sacred duty as a warrior witch of taking out the trash. Lately, though, she’s been a little overwhelmed: Manhattan is a mess. And her prophetic end-of-the-world nightmares aren’t helped by the waking fantasies of love. Or the fact that the object of her affections, gorgeous Jake Lowell of NYPD’s Occult Crimes Unit, is playing it so cool. Actually, Jake wants Merilee desperately, every luscious inch of her. Still, he’s holding back. He’s got secrets. Dark, dangerous, demonic secrets. But as Jake and Merilee trawl the city’s supernatural underbelly to out a demonic kingpin who, disguised as a charismatic leader, is amassing dark power, it’s make-or-break time. For their lives, their love, and the world are about to be sucked into the undertow of the tides of an unstoppable evil.

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When Cynda gets hot and bothered, things start to sizzle. Gorgeous flame-haired Cynda Flynn knows fire–its heat, its power, its magic. A fully trained Sybil warrior priestess, Cynda’s weapon is flame. But she’s unprepared for the passion ignited by Nick Lowell, an undercover cop in the NYPD’s Occult Crime Unit. He’s half human, half demon, and hotter than hell, with fathomless black eyes that ignite something buried deep inside Cynda, making her melt in all the right places. Luckily, Nick has found a way to control his dark side, but he’s done it old-school–through steel-willed self-control. And after five years working secretly within the deadly Legion cult, he’s unbreakable. Or he was, until Cynda came along. Now it’s personal–and even his big bad love may not be enough to halt a terrible new evil snuffing out fire Sybils like Cynda. It’s nasty. And if it can’t be stopped, they’re all going to fry.

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Falling for a demon can be hazardous to your heart. Riana Dumain is a fully trained Sybil, a warrior priestess battling evil whose practical magic keeps her grounded in earthly science–and desires. She knows that gorgeous NYPD detective Creed Lowell is dangerous, and possibly a foot soldier of the evil Legion cult, using his badge and drop-dead looks to consolidate demonic power. Creed’s low-profile Occult Crimes Unit pulls Riana and her two sister Sybils into the case of a politician’s son, murdered in a ritualistic sacrifice. Soon, Riana’s instincts prove true. Creed, the hottest half-human she’s ever known, a demon in bed and out, is guarding a trapdoor to hell. And unless Riana can find a way to tame her mystery man’s treacherous inner self (and her heart), all of Manhattan may be enveloped by darkness.

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For a long time, I thought I was going crazy. I’d convinced myself that something horribly wrong was about to happen. Every moment was exhausting. I eyed everyone like they were judging me, pitying me, or attempting to manipulate me. One half of me pretended to be normal, while the other half would be trying to keep it together. I tried to behave like nothing was wrong, when all I wanted to do was lock myself in a room and curl up in a ball. My anxiety lasted for more than a year. It affected how I breathed, how I thought, how I ate, how I slept, and how I talked. I was serious and tired and afraid, all the time. I wanted so badly to return to my normal, lively, care-free, confident self. But I didn’t know how to shake it. Play It Away covers my entire journey: what caused my anxiety, the “A-ha!” moment that lead to my cure, and how I got my life back. The cure for my anxiety was free, fun, painless, and immediately effective. I have no fear that those feelings will ever return. If they do, I’ll be able to wipe them out right away. In this book, you’ll learn how to prevent burnout, eliminate stress, and preserve your mental health. You'll also learn: The key breakthrough that allowed me to enjoy life again (page 27) My step-by-step plan for healing anxiety without drugs (page 47) How I turned non-stop worrying into background noise (page 95) My unusual technique for stopping panic attacks (page 100) Why “anchors” fuel anxiety, and how to remove them (page 49) How I finally started sleeping well again (page 85) Three common nutrient deficiencies that amplify anxiety (page 114) How to boost productivity and have guilt-free fun (page 70) Actual Reader Feedback "Here's the cure to your stress!" —Tony Robbins, Strategic adviser to world leaders, #1 bestselling author of Personal Power (40 million copies sold) “After reading your book, everything clicked for me… There are so many parts in it that I can relate to; the anxious feeling from coffee, lack of sleep, too much time spent on my laptop/iPhone, and so many other things… I can’t explain how nice it was to know that someone finally understood AND has solutions to change those feelings… The answers I’ve been searching for and asking doctors about for almost the last 3 years, you were able to summarize in one book.” “As someone who has been racking his brain trying to figure out where I went wrong, reading this was a gigantic breath of fresh air.” “I'm a developer who’s been struggling with burnout for a long time. I read your book in a single sitting. The only feedback I've got is THANK YOU! I'm so appreciative of your words because they validate what I've been feeling deep down all this time.” “I’m going to implement this stuff on my own, even though I don’t feel like I struggle with anxiety. I just think this can help me be a happier, more fun person.” “I’ve become so isolated and miserable... Somewhere along the way I ended up working every second I could, thinking it made me feel better... I can’t remember the last time I did something fun and not felt bad about doing so... This is what I needed to hear to save my life.” “Charlie's transformation through the rediscovery of his own innate play nature stands as an example available to all of us. Access your own unique play capacities and infuse them into your life! It works!” - Stuart Brown, M.D., bestselling author of Play **