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- Zaccmedia 2014; US$ 15.99
This is the illustrated autobiography of Geoff Tomlinson. Highly regarded in the agricultural community, Geoff has been advising farmers as a rural solicitor for the last 36-years. The book contains a wealth of images and line drawing illustrations that make this a popular purchase, especially for those in the farming world. more...
- Michigan State University Press 2008; US$ 19.95
This is the inside story of the Watergate trials. Written by the ultimate insider who helped change the course of history: William Merrill was the Special Prosecutor who sent the "plumbers" to jail. Not just any plumbers, but the "Nixon plumbers" hired by the White House to "stop leaks" by any means necessary. Officially, they were the Special Investigation... more...
- Easton Studio Press, LLC 2015; US$ 15.99
Robert M. Pennoyer was born into a storied family - his maternal grandfather was the legendary J. P. Morgan. His irresistible memoir traces his sheltered childhood on the Gold Coast of Long Island; an adolescence overshadowed by the gathering clouds of World War II; and a young adulthood that survived one of the decisive engagements of the Pacific... more...
- Southern Illinois University Press 2015; US$ 29.50
In 1820 the Missouri controversy erupted over the issue of slavery in the newly acquired lands of the Louisiana Purchase. It fell to Jesse Burgess Thomas (1777?1853), a junior U.S. senator from the new state of Illinois, to handle the delicate negotiations that led to the Missouri Compromise. Thomas?s maturity, good judgment, and restraint helped... more...
- HarperCollins 2007; US$ 11.99
Imagine what it's like to come face-to-face with a terrorist in a foreign courtroom—and you're the lawyer looking to put him away. Imagine what it's like to see happy children in Iraq and Afghanistan smiling and waving at U.S. military helicopters. Imagine what it's like to be an undersized linebacker in the National Football League, where most... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2008; US$ 15.00
On January 21, 1998, the night before his thirty-eighth birthday, federal prosecutor Stanley N. Alpert was kidnapped off the streets of Manhattan by a car full of gun-toting thugs looking to use his ATM card. He ended up blindfolded in a Brooklyn apartment as his captors changed their plans, alternately threatening him and his family, seeking legal... more...
- Threshold Editions 2009; US$ 27.00
"This book is a final act of posthumous loyalty. Without it, history will have an incomplete -- and I believe unbalanced -- picture of the remarkable man who was the sixteenth chief justice of the United States, a man I was proud to call my friend." The impact of Chief Justice William Rehnquist -- who served as a Supreme Court justice... more...
- McClelland & Stewart 2010; US$ 21.00
A brave and revealing examination of an overlooked affliction that affects one in four Canadians . Despite having a demanding job, good friends, and a supportive family, Emily White spent many of her nights and weekends alone at home, trying to understand why she felt so disconnected from everyone. To keep up the façade of an active social life... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2003; US$ 23.99
The most famous lawyer in America talks about the law, his life, and how he has won. Johnnie Cochran has been a lawyer for almost forty years. In that time, he has taken on dozens of groundbreaking cases and emerged as a pivotal figure in race relations in America. Cochran gained international recognition as one of America's best - and most controversial... more...