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Even The Score

Author : Kate Meader
ISBN : 9781633753334
Genre : Fiction
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Actress Tess McKenzie is performing in the Tenth Circle of Showbiz Hell-dinner theater. All she really wants is to start a theater of her own. Then Tess receives an offer she can't refuse. She'll get her funding...if she pretends to be the fiancée to her nemesis, Texan property tycoon Hunter Dade. If she's going to pull this off, she'll need all the luck she can get. Break a leg, indeed. On the verge of a big business deal, Hunter needs to hire a fiancée. He hasn't quite forgiven Tess for ruining his wedding, but when their chemistry goes from combative to straight-up lust, the "no sex" clause in their mutually beneficial arrangement is tested. Which is a serious problem, because if Tess isn't careful, she'll go from breaking a leg to breaking her heart... Each book in the Tall, Dark, and Texan series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order. Series Order: Book #1 Even The Score Book #2 Taking the Score Book #3 One Week to Score

Even The Score

Author : Belle Payton
ISBN : 9781481419529
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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While shy Ava's acceptance on the boys' football team is challenged by a teammate's crush on her, class president Alex makes an unpopular choice about how to spend student council funds. Simultaneous.

Even The Score

Author : Edward Jamison
ISBN : 0615360564
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Even The Score

Author : Mark Connolly
ISBN : 9781304652157
Genre : Fiction
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Detective Marsh Mysteries #5 Detectives Marsh and Grew are under pressure to find out who and why military personnel are being assassinated on the streets of Chicago and why certain church members are protesting at their funerals. The investigation reveals facts that are extremely disturbing about the treatment of women in the United States military services. "Shakes the core of what you believe about military service. It should make you angry and embarrassed" DLF Review

Detective Marsh Mysteries Double Ebook 3 Every Body Loses Even The Score

Author : Mark Connolly
ISBN : 9781304676603
Genre : Fiction
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Detective Marsh Mysteries Double eBook # 3 Marsh is sick of children roaming the streets with guns. In contrast, he gets a case of murder among the super rich. "Haunting story of frustration, fear and ignorance. Everyone has an excuse but never an answer." DLF Review "Marsh cuts through the madness and the lies." Reviews by Edgar Detectives Marsh and Grew are under pressure to find out who and why military personnel are being assassinated on the streets of Chicago and why certain church members are protesting at their funerals. The investigation reveals facts that are extremely disturbing about the rape of women in the United States military services. "Shakes the core of what you believe about military service. It should make you angry and embarrassed" DLF Review

Knowing The Score

Author : David Papineau
ISBN : 9781472123558
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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'A tour de force that provides fresh insight not only into the nature of sport, but cooperation, the mind, altruism, teamwork, leadership, tribalism and ritualism. It's a book that every sports fan should read, and every sports writer should absorb' Matthew Syed 'David Papineau's book is an important contribution to our thinking about sports, society, psychology, and moral philosophy. But it is also much more than that. Gripping from start to finish, it is a terrific read full of humour and good sense. You don't even have to like sports to enjoy it' Ian Buruma Why do sports competitors choke? How can Roger Federer select which shot to play in 400 milliseconds? Should foreign-born footballers be eligible to play for England? Why do opposing professional cyclists help each other? Why do American and European golfers hate each other? Why does test cricket run in families? Why is punching tolerated in rugby but not in soccer? These may not look like philosophical questions, but David Papineau shows that under the surface they all raise long-standing philosophical issues. To get to the bottom of these and other sporting puzzles, we need help from metaphysics or ethics, or from the philosophy of mind or political philosophy, as well as numerous other philosophical disciplines. Knowing the Score will be an entertaining, fact-filled and erudite book that ranges far and wide through the sporting world. As a prominent philosopher who is also an enthusiastic amateur sportsman and omnivorous sports fan, David Papineau is uniquely well-placed to show how philosophy can illuminate sporting issues. By bringing his philosophical expertise to bear, he will add a new dimension to the way we think about sport.

The Score

Author : Faye Flam
ISBN : 1440638101
Genre : Science
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A smart, witty, and fresh look at the male side of the male-female relationship from a science writer at The Philadelphia Inquirer. In The Score, Faye Flam examines how the desire to "score" has profoundly shaped males over millions of years. Sweeping from the origin of the sexes to the sexual foibles of twenty-first-century humans, Flam, a science writer at The Philadelphia Inquirer, shows how a small difference in the size of the first sperm and eggs resulted in an evolutionary tradeoff that has affected both males and females. Because males of most species invest less in reproduction than females, they have to invest more up front to get sex-whether by jumping through hoops to prove that they'll be a good father, fighting to near death with rivals, or paying a couple thousand dollars for a class on how to pick up chicks à la the pickup artists in Neil Strauss's The Game. Within this tug-of-war context, Flam explores a wide range of male behaviors and courtship strategies and ultimately reveals that males have been shaped by competing for the preferences of the female sex. But after all this sex-propelled evolution, we're still stuck in a troublesome suspension between monogamy and promiscuity-and it's this tension that explains the contradictions of the modern man.

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