Gimme My Money Back: Your Guide to Beating the Financial Crisis


by CNN's Ali Velshi

Written by CNN Chief Business Correspondent Ali Velshi using his trademark user-friendly voice, GIMME MY MONEY BACK is a simple to understand guide to getting back the money you might have lost as a result of the economic turmoil of the past several months. With actionable advice from Ali and several highly respected financial pro- fessionals, GIMME MY MONEY BACK puts the power of your financial future firmly back in your control.


The Official Identity Theft Prevention Handbook™


by Denis G. Kelly

Identity theft is by far America’s #1 most feared crime. According to an October 2009 Gallup Crime Survey, 66% of U.S. adults say they worry “frequently” or “occasionally” about being a victim of identity theft, a percentage three times greater than the percentage concerned with sexual assault or murder. Unlike other books on the market that provide identity theft detection, TOITPH is the first and only book to analyze identity theft in its proper context and outline how it can be prevented.


How To Raise  Kids Who Won't Hate You: Bringing Up Rock Stars and Other Forms of Children


by Alan Thicke

Let's face it- kids have hated their parents since the beginning of time. Is it possible to raise a child who doesn't blame you for everything? According to actor, author and proud father of three (including global recording sensation Robin), Alan Thicke, the answer is a resounding "Maybe!"

HOW TO RAISE KIDS WHO WON'T HATE YOU is a humorous and practical guide to parenting full of hilarious anecdotes and advice from TV's Favorite Dad!


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FRACTURED: America's Broken Healthcare System and What We Must Do to Heal It

by Ted Epperly, M.D.

The reality is clear: we suffer from a dysfunctional, have versus have-not health care system where medical miracles are performed for some, while access to care is denied to others. In Fractured, Dr. Epperly draws on his decades of


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by Anthony Franze
Amazon Bestseller

Chaos erupts at the U.S. Supreme Court when an assassin guns down six justices as they are hearing a case.

Read the first installment from Supreme Court attorney Anthony Franze. "Welcome Anthony Franze, a great new voice has entered the genre," says NY Times bestselling author Steve Berry.


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by Freida Gates

The 400-year-old Scottish legend of Sawney Beane continues. After the execution of the infamous Beane cannibals, many tales and ballads about the heinous clan spread throughout the British Isles. When a story called The Hairy Tree begins to circulate in the town of Girvan and beyond, Dora, a herbalist who had known the rumored Beane survivor, decides to write her own account.


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by Wayne MacDowell

It's been six months since the surprise attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor. Now, it's the spring of 1942 and a state of war exists in the United States, which has joined to fight World War II...


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YES YOU CAN! Become an Entrepreneur Today

by and writer Marc Kramer

Serial entrepreneur and former winner of Inc. magazine's Entrepreneur of the Year, Marc Kramer is an instructor at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and along with his columns for and is the editor for the National Association of Seed Venture Funds. The definitive guide to becoming an entrepreneur, YES YOU CAN!, is his sixth book.


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FANCY FAST FOOD: Ironic Recipes with No Bun Intended

As seen on Rachael Ray, Nightline, InStyle, ABC News, MSNBC, Fox News, Associated Press, Freakonomics, CNBC, New York Times, Comedy Central's Tosh.O, PC Magazine, Today Show, Wired magazine, Gizmodo, The Guardian, CBC, The National Post, Utne Reader, The Daily Beast, SXSW, Women's Day

by Erik Trinidad

Fancy Fast Food is the brainchild of interactive designer and writer Erik R. Trinidad, based on the unique food blog,, showcasing photographs and recipes of items purchased at fast food chain restaurants that undergo an “extreme makeover,” transforming them into ‘haute cuisine.’ Though as the website’s tagline goes, “Yeah, it’s still bad for you — but see how good it can look!


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THINK or SINK: The ONE Choice That Changes Everything

#1 Amazon Bestseller

by Gina Mollicone-Long

"This book will help you improve every aspect of your life. Buy two and give one to a friend." - Bob Proctor, The Secret

This is not a book about what to think. This is a book about how to think, perhaps for the first time. This book is about how life works as a process. This book will show you how it works so you can make good decisions about what is right for you. The one choice that changes everything.


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LITTLE KIDS, BIG CITY: Tales from a Real House in New York City (With Lessons on Life and Love for Your Own Concrete Jungle)

by Alex McCord & Simon van Kempen

Raising kids has never been easy. Add skyscrapers, subways, and 11 million strangers, and it can seem absolutely overwhelming. Penned by two stars of the hit Bravo TV series, The Real Housewives of New York City, LITTLE KIDS, BIG CITY is a humorous and practical guide to the good, the bad and the ugly of raising kids in an urban environment, with contributing experts' tips and real-life anecdotes, warts and all, from Simon, Alex and their friends.

Launch week photos here, here (wire) and here (wire)

See Simon and Alex on ABC News here


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by William Hazelgrove

Writer in Residence for the Ernest Hemingway Foundation William Hazelgrove's third novel is "a charming tale of fatherhood, family, and the American Dream." (Midwest Book Review).
"This critically insightful diatribe against conformity is recommended." - Library Journal

"The funniest serious novel since Richard Russo’s Straight Man, rich with the epic levity of John Irving and salted with the perversion of Updike."
- Chicago Sun Times

"Rocket Man is a hilarious, well written novel about one man's search for the New American Dream." - James Frey, author A Million Little Pieces and Bright Shiny Morning


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SHATNER: The Amazing Trek of William Shatner

by Michael Starr

The first comprehensive biography of William Shatner

Author of six celebrity bios, and veteran TV writer for the New York Post, Michael Starr examines the incredible life of TV star, singer, performer, and pitchman William Shatner whose life "has unfolded like a three-act Shakespearean play filled with drama, comedy and tragedy."


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FROM PIGGYBANK TO PORTFOLIO: A Financial Roadmap for New Investors

by Brian Perry

From compounding, which Einstein called "the most powerful force in the universe," to investor motivation and asset allocation, money manager Brian Perry has put together an easy-to-understand primer for those heretofore uninterested in financial matters. His easy-to-follow guidebook is perfect for the student just starting out in the workplace, as well as for those who — at any age — have been uninterested in the basic tenets of investing and wealth creation. Written with a keen teacher’s voice, From Piggybank to Portfolio deserves a place on every financial newbie's desk.


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STUFF ON MY CAT: Cats + Stuff = Awesome

by Anthony Santalauria and

From, the amazingly popular website that redefines hilarious and that was named one of the coolest sites of the year by Yahoo! And GQ magazine, comes Stuff On My Cat: Cats + Stuff = Awesome. Culled from thousands of outrageous photographs submitted by mischievous animal lovers, these are two hundred of the most unbelievably entertaining images of cats with all manner of accoutrement. Just try not to enjoy yourself silly!


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HEALTH CARE REFORM THAT MAKES SENSE: A Detailed Plan to Improve America’s
Healthcare System, from the Country’s
Leading Healthcare CEO

by Alan B. Miller, Founder, CEO and Chairman, Universal Health Services, Inc.

HEALTH CARE REFORM THAT MAKES SENSE details what's wrong with the country's health care system, what's right, and specifics on how to improve it for all concerned.


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by Alphie McCourt

The colorful tales and tribulations of the youngest McCourt, brother of Frank, and his escape from a miserable childhood in Limerick, Ireland to the U.S., where the Irish curse, aimless jobs, women, Army training, and business ventures lead him to steady ground in, of all places, New York City.

“Sensitive, lyrical, funny, stubborn, impetuous, McCourt writes with a steady hand, a joyful heart, and an Irishman’s sense of life’s absurdities. A nomadic adventure worthy of Ulysses.”
- Publishers Weekly


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by Thomas B. Sawyer

"NO PLACE TO RUN is a thrill-a-minute ride toward the darkest alley in the darkest part of the American government - that place where the sins of our intelligence agencies finally meet the blinding light of day. Members of the 9/11 Commission who read this compelling and entertaining novel will squirm."
- Gerald Petievich, THE SENTINEL and TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.

"NO PLACE TO RUN features Sawyer’s famous cinematic prose and dialogue so authentic it could be bugged by Shadow Ops. A brilliant and fascinating thriller that not only consumes the reader’s imagination, but promotes thoughtful discussion. Worthy of Sawyer’s meticulous standards." – Andrew McAleer, BOSTON MYSTERY REVIEW


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FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE: Getting Back to Basics After an Economic Meltdown

by Jacob Gold and Jeff Rattiner

The year 2008 will go down in history as the year the modern world changed financially. Our perspective on reality and money has changed and only through proper financial education can someone get back on their feet and move forward.

The Associated Press- "The Best Paperbacks to Save you Greenbacks"
The NY Times- "Books to Help You Save, Spend, Understand Finances"


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DON'T BUY THE BULL: Dispelling Disastrous Investment Advice and Money-Myths in Our New Economy

by Cassandra Toroian

Based on the story in PEOPLE MAGAZINE, Don’t Buy the Bull was written to help average Americans get back on the right financial path, post the financial collapse. It addresses and corrects the unfortunate investing and personal finance myths plaguing ordinary Americans.


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by Frank Danzo


75% of all jobs are filled by referrals. Who you know, who knows you and how well you know each other is critical to the success of your job search.

If you are serious about advancing your career, whether you're an hourly worker or a senior executive, take this proprietary process seriously, it works.


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THE SUCCESS EFFECT: Uncommon Conversations with America's Business Trailblazers

by John Eckberg

"Cuts right to the chase! A library of insights in one volume.” Dr. Stephen R. Covey, THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE

Through his unorthodox question-and-answer style, Eckberg brings revealing commentary and off- the-cuff answers from America's best business minds. The reader gets insight, not spin - perspective and life lessons, not canned responses and public relations.



by Jonathan Javitt

"A brilliant thriller." - The New York Post

This exciting thriller follows an intrepid FDA scientist hot on the trail of a conspiracy that leads her through th ecorridors of power and ends in seizures and death. The culprit: genetically engineered food.


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by Racheline Maltese

"This book rocks as much as we do." - Brian Ross, Draco and the Malfoys

Yearning for trivia and facts about the wizarding world and Harry Potter? This Harry Potter quiz book covers all seven Harry Potter books (and more) with nine quests, three skill levels, hints and trivia tidbits to engage both the YA and adult Harry Potter fan.


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by Deborah Lipp

"A great read that explains why Bond is so important and why his fan base has grown for half a century." - Matt Sherman, Editor of

A never-before compiled compendium of lists, facts, anecdotes, trivia, commentary, and much, much more, about the most successful franchise in movie history.


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by Ray Salomone & Dr. Katina Ioannidis

She's Greek. He's Italian.
She's a doctor, nutritionist and chiropractor. He's the New York fitness trainer to CEO's and stars.
Together they'll get you on the Greco-Roman road to wellness.

(And yes, they're husband and wife).

See Ray in THE NEW YORK POST as one of New York's toughest trainers.


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Scaredy-Cats & Fear-Mongers in the Home of the Brave, and What You Can Do About It

by Bob Cesca

with Foreword by Arianna Huffington

“Bob Cesca is easily one of the most incisive political writers on the scene today. Nobody else can make me think, laugh and cry—all at once—by simply giving his take on the corrupt political establishment that runs things in Washington.” -Cliff Schecter, THE REAL MCCAIN: Why Conservatives Don’t Trust Him and Why Independents Shouldn’t



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SPRAWL KILLS: How Blandburbs Steal Your Time, Health and Money

by Joel Hirschhorn

“We all know how sprawl devours our landscape and wastes our cultural, natural and economic resources, but there is plenty of convincing, and alarming, evidence that poorly planned, car-focused development poses a very real threat to our health and the quality of our lives. Joel Hirschhorn’s passionately presented insights on the workings of the “sprawl industry” prove insightful and useful to everyone who wants communities that are truly livable.” - Richard Moe, President, National Trust for Historic Preservation


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THE BIRD-FLU PRIMER: The Guide to Being Prepared and Surviving an Avian Flu Pandemic

by Dr. Larry H. Altshuler

A bird-flu epidemic would not be the end of the world- unless you're unprepared. The Bird-Flu Primer is the only book available with a chapter on alternative medicine.




SCOUT'S HONOR: The Bravest Way to Build a Winning Team

by Bill Shanks

SCOUT’S HONOR serves as ammunition in the debate over baseball’s soul.” - The New York Times

Michael Lewis’s MONEYBALL was a huge success arguing the case for the new brand of baseball General Managers and operations people who were changing the  game with Harvard degrees and outside-the-box, number-centric take on what it
took to build a winning team.


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Those are just some of the 501 unique questions that readers of 501 ANSWERS...




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