"The octogenerian founder of Kanter's mythical law firm looks back with humor at how he became a lawyer, as well as forward with a bit of trepidation at where the legal profession is heading. He also shares some of his favorite memos, forms, and notes of committee meetings from his amusingly inept firm. Here are a few of the chapter titles: The No-Longer Compliant Client; Have I Got A Firm for You; De-Honing Legal Minds, Advice to the Lawlorn."
"An Afternoon in May is the true story of four companies of heroes. In May 1864 the Corps of Cadets, mostly teenagers, from the Virginia Military Institute helped turn the tide of battle at an obscure Virginia town called New Market. Though little-known outside the South, their story is arguably one of the most compelling military stories in American history. This book should, therefore, capture the attention of not only historians but of anyone with an interest in the War Between the States. But it should also command the attention of a wider audience. It is a must-read for anyone seeking examples of inspiration."
"Professional photographer Fred Hirschmann, a long-time student of Alaska, has captured the essence of this grand state through his camera's lens. ...Author Susan Nightingale's intimate look at Alaska gives a close-up view of life in the 49th state." This is a coffee-size table book.
"Ride a motorcycle to Alaska! A lifetime dream for many & done each year by hundreds of adventurers who know no limits in their two-wheel pursuits. ...is authored by professional adventurer & world traveler Dr. Gregory W. Frazier. He adventured to Alaska over 20 times, sometimes serving as Tour Director for the CAN-AM 10,000 Motorcycle Ride To Alaska. On other occasions he has singularly explored routes not used except by wild game & foot traffic. Dr. Frazier is the foremost expert on traveling to Alaska by motorcycle."
"Did Anastasia, the beautiful young daughter of Tsar Nicholas II, really escape the fate of the imperial family that bloody night of July 16, 1918? ... Now, after more than a decade of research & detective work, Peter Kurth sheds startling new light on one of this century's most elusive puzzles: is Anna Anderson truly Anastasia? Based upon hitherto unavailable documents, scientific evidence & a file only recently discovered at Harvard University...unravels a story more shocking, more sinister, more heartbreaking & cruel than any dramatist would have dared to invent."
Back cover reads "What woman wouldn't get all hot and bothered if Titus Alexander was staring at her like that?" As part of a number-one-selling girl band, Roxanne Carmichael was used to having the eyes of thousands on her, but now that she's scrubbing floors, one condescending look from the Duke of Torchester fires her blood with fury...and attraction! Titus doesn't suffer fools, and does not drop his guard. But his new chambermaid is threatening his iron self-control with those legs and that wicked mouth! There's only one way he can get her out of his system---and that's to get her into his bed!"