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O.J. Simpson, the football star who was tried and found not guilty in the brutal 1994 slaying of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman, hypothetically relates how he would have committed the crime, in a volume viewed by Ron Goldman's family as a confession.
OJ SIMPSON HAD AN ACCOMPLICE. And in 2006, OJ Simpson told us so. For the first time ever, the accomplice shall be revealed. "These murders were not going to be solved by a priest. It was going to take a rat" -Source
Powerful stories from the world’s top CEOs to help prepare you for the hard decisions ahead. The essays in How I Did It teach and inspire. Pulled directly from the pages of one of the most popular columns in Harvard Business Review, these essays offer firsthand accounts of the most difficult management challenges faced by the men and women who occupy the corner office. It’s the next best thing to sitting down and talking face-to-face with these corporate leaders. You’ll hear from renowned global leaders including: Kevin Ryan, Gilt Groupe Mindy Grossman, HSN Kevin Plank, Under Armour Daniel P. Amos, Aflac Pramod Bhasin, Genpact Eric Schmidt, Google Ellen Kullman, DuPont Patrizio Bertelli, Prada Pierre Omidyar, Omidyar Network Jorge Cauz, Encyclopaedia Brittanica Richard Gelfond, IMAX Let these potent stories of strategic thinking—and often bold and unconventional action—be your guide as you step into your own future as a leader.
This book will take you on a journey you may have experienced. If not, perhaps you are on the brink of bad choices with serious consequences. From the life of one who knows, I wish to offer you hope and be your beacon of light. Look where the crowd is going and where your life is headed. I want you to see how the power of God can influence your decisions so you will not make destructive ones.
Secrets lurk under the smooth surface of a wealthy Connecticut neighborhood, until a murder reveals all Sofie and her husband have left Manhattan in search of a more tranquil life in the suburbs. But when a member of Sofie's new neighborhood book club turns up dead, things get messy. She discovers that everybody has something to hide, including her own husband. Her neighbor Priscilla has been married to Gordon for fifteen years, but the love left their marriage a long time ago. Susan is Priscilla's biggest supporter until she has to choose between loyalty to her friend and telling the truth. Ashley is eager to fit in, but her youth and status as a second wife keep her on the outside. She may know more than they think she does, though. Julia seems to have it all: the perfect house, job and husband. But her untimely death has people questioning how perfect her life really was. Through this swamp of suburban secrets, Sofie must wade to find the truth behind Julia's murder and the state of her own marriage. They Did It with Love is a delightful, twisty, and twisted exploration of the things we'll do for love.
The Paradoxical Commandments have been quoted around the world for decades. It all started when Kent Keith first articulated the ten timeless principles when he was a college student in the 1960s, and then put them into book form in the classic Anyway. His modern credo for finding personal meaning in the face of adversity became a sensation. Now the author returns to present an important and inspiring new book illustrating the Paradoxical Commandments through Bible stories and verses. In Jesus Did It Anyway, Keith draws from the Old and New Testaments, the teachings of Jesus and the apostles, and personal experiences to demonstrate how the Paradoxical Commandments are grounded in Scripture and the Christian faith. Each chapter offers inspiring stories that illuminate the Paradoxical Commandments by examining how Jesus and other biblical figures lived their faith—they faced tremendous adversity, but always knew they were divinely blessed. Keith reveals how answering Jesus’s call to live a paradoxical life can lead to the deepest personal meaning and spiritual fulfillment.
Percy and his friends are just like other university students – trying hard to toe line between having the time of their lives and keeping up with their academics. When the constant pressures of competition start to get to them, they figure that they’d rather be having fun instead. And that’s when everything starts to fall apart! Will they be able to find their way back again? Or will it be too late? ‘How Did It Go?’ is an account of how an average student goes about navigating the intensely competitive waters of IIT, but its messages are universal. The constant fight to stay afloat, the loss of hope and your drive to succeed, the internal politics – it can all be a bit much for one person to take on. If you think getting in was difficult, think again! But, as Percy rightly puts it, nothing is too intimidating as long as you find where you belong, pick up a few life lessons and good friends along the way, and just have fun doing it all!
How Euler Did It is a collection of 40 monthly columns that appeared on MAA Online between November 2003 and February 2007 about the mathematical and scientific work of the great 18th-century Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler. Inside we find interesting stories about Euler's work in geometry and his solution to Cramer's paradox and its role in the early days of linear algebra. We see Euler's first proof of Fermat's little theorem for which he used mathematical induction, as well as his discovery of over a hundred pairs of amicable numbers, and his work on odd perfect numbers, about which little is known even today. Professor Sandifer based his columns on Euler's own words in the original language in which they were written. In this way, the author was able to uncover many details that are not found in other sources.