Sharing Secrets

Author: Matthew J. Metzger
Editor: Total-e-bound
ISBN: 1786517744
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Adam has a secret. But maybe Charlie has a few of his own. Adam’s got a secret and nobody knows. He’s promised himself never to get into relationships and risk revealing it, but Charlie Fielding has a way of getting under one’s skin. One party, one kiss and Adam is faced with a horrible choice—tell Charlie the truth or keep quiet. And either way, lose the only friends he’s had in years. But Charlie might have a secret, too—and everybody knows but Adam.

Sharing Secrets

Author: Christine Palumbo-DeSimone
Editor: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838638408
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Sharing Secrets asserts that nineteenth-century American women's short fiction cannot be fully understood outside of its cultural context, since the intimate world of women's relationships constituted an implicit body of knowledge that informed both the stories and their reading by a nineteenth-century female audience. While focusing primarily on white, native-born writers such as Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, the book incorporates relevant comparisons between middle-class white women's stories and other women's relationship stories such as African-American and working-class women's tales, presenting a way for today's reader to approach these sometimes puzzling works of short fiction.

Sharing Secrets

Author: Barbara Boswell
Editor: Loveswept
ISBN: 9780553218688
Size: 18,81 MB
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Sharing Secrets Soles To Souls

Author: Christine C. Thompson
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1365027694
Size: 11,30 MB
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The story Sharing Secrets: Soles to Souls begins when Amber is five and her family moves to a home on Farmer's Lane. She marvels at having her own bedroom away from her older sister, Angela. Soon after moving, she begins having a repeating dream. She slowly discovers that her own dream and experiences of other family members lead to a 65-year-old mystery. Though much of the story is true, you will have to read it to decide what is real. Christine C. Thompson, a RN with over 30 years of diverse experiences, had a life-altering episode after a motor vehicle accident in 2002. She had to stop nursing until 2010. Currently, she volunteers as a mentor to MSN students working on their final practicum project. Thompson enjoys listening, learning, and understanding how people handled life's problems. Writing stories based on someone's experiences is her way of sharing their knowledge and insight into life's difficult moments.

Sharing Secrets

Author: Elise Mecklinger
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ISBN: 9780968967904
Size: 17,38 MB
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Sharing Secrets

Author: Björn Fägersten
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ISBN: 9789188306807
Size: 18,70 MB
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Sharing Secrets With Stalin

Author: Bradley F. Smith
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Describes how the war forced the British and Americans to reveal military information, including top-secret data from the MAGIC and ULTRA programs, with the Soviets, in spite of much mistrust on both sides, well into 1945

Sharing Secrets With Lawmakers

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Sharing Secrets

Author: Erin Soto
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ISBN: 9780692291245
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Sharing Secrets is a refreshingly honest and imminently practical guide for those who want to succeed in executive leadership positions. The book covers the gamut of issues that an executive leader must grapple with-strategy setting, organizational culture, staff development and motivation, communication, time allocation-while avoiding the jargon and repetitiveness that so often plague other books on leadership and management. Each chapter discusses key facets of leadership, drawing on concrete examples based on Erin Soto's extensive experiences as a manager and leader, and her astute observations about the various executives she has worked for and with over the years. Throughout the book, readers will find opportunities to reflect upon and evaluate their own experiences, traits, and challenges.

Sharing The Secrets

Author: J. F. Holden-Rhodes
Editor: Praeger Publishers
ISBN: 9780275954543
Size: 19,76 MB
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Against the backdrop of U.S. drug policy and strategy, this important work, written by an experienced Intelligence and Special Operations Officer and Scholar, peels away the rhetoric to present an insider's view of cocaine trafficking in the Western Hemisphere. From the Huallaga and Chapare Valleys, through the cocaine transit countries to the U.S. border, this book compares and contrasts the enormous success of the traffickers to the monolithic U.S. drug policy that produces no end-game and conceals its failures behind a classified stamp. Drawing on his experience as the Counter Drug Intelligence Team Leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory and as a Black Hat Team member with the U.S. Southern Command, the author approaches drug trafficking from the narcotraficantes point of view to paint a picture that portrays the cocaine industry as it really is. Arguing that it is impossible to stop drugs at their source, the author builds a compelling case for shifting U.S. assets to the southern borders of the United States, through a strategy that causes the traffickers to pass through a series of obstacles designed to slow and impede their operations. Identifying drug trafficking as an examplar of the Gray Area Phenomena--the impact of non-state players and organizations on a post-colonial, multi-tribal world--the author brings a currency to his work using Open Source Intelligence as the vehicle by which the drug trafficking world may be assessed and analyzed. "Sharing the Secrets" offers an Intelligence for the new world disorder that enables decision-makers to recognize and define the new threats and suggests how realistic policy and strategy might be evaluated and re-cast. This work will be of particular interest to policy-makers, law enforcement and Intelligence professionals, and scholars as it opens the book to the right page and provides for the first time the stubborn facts that they may have been neglecting in the war on drugs. "Sharing the Secrets" is a body of descriptive, proscriptive, and prescriptive material that will enable serious public discusion to begin on national drug policy and strategy.