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Public Enemy Number Two

Author : Anthony Horowitz
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From the # 1 New York Times bestselling author of the Alex Rider series Thirteen-year-old Nick Diamond is in prison! Framed for a jewel heist, quick-thinking Nick finds himself sharing a cell with public enemy number one: Johnny Powers. Nick’s only chance of clearing his name is to nail the Fence, the country’s master criminal. But to do that, he needs to break out—which is where his bumbling older brother, Tim, comes in. Nick’s not so sure he’ll make it to his fourteenth birthday!

The Diamond Brothers in Public Enemy Number Two

Author : Anthony Horowitz
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Hoosier Public Enemy

Author : John Beineke
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During the bleak days of the Great Depression, news of economic hardship often took a backseat to articles on the exploits of an outlaw from Indiana—John Dillinger. For a period of fourteen months during 1933 and 1934 Dillinger became the most famous bandit in American history, and no criminal since has matched him for his celebrity and notoriety. Dillinger won public attention not only for his robberies, but his many escapes from the law. The escapes he made from jails or “tight spots,” when it seemed law officials had him cornered, became the stuff of legends. While the public would never admit that they wanted the “bad guy” to win, many could not help but root for the man who appeared to be an underdog. Although his crime wave took place in the last century, the name Dillinger has never left the public imagination

Public Enemy No 2

Author : Anthony Horowitz
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Wisecracking young Nick Diamond finds himself sharing a prison cell with Johnny Powers, Public Enemy No. 1. His only chance of rescuing the situation is to nail the Fence, the country's master criminal. First, though, Nick has to get out of jail.

The Whole Truth

Author : William Young
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All in all, Author WCY is founder of the National Reparation Reformation & Annexation movement, historian, and Social Engineer of the 21st Century. His work collaborate family history with American history, world history, current affairs, and bible history from the perspective of truth. African American Historian Dr. Jim Horton declared: "if you tell the story of the American experience known as American history and leave out African American history then American history is incomplete." Therefore, WCY's work is a correction of American history b/c the history that the baby boomer generation learned in school was about wars, economics, and dead white men which undermined the deeds of African Americans. Although WCY is into politics, he is not a politician. He is a salesman that's selling 100 U.S. senate seats for $177.00 each and is trying to spark the biggest real estate deal in American history since the Louisiana Purchase of 1803 that will tear down Trump's wall via annexation of North America, preserve the continuity of the American Dream and bring in Mexico, Cuba, Canada & USA territories into the union as states which means a new white suburbs on the white sandy beaches of Mexico, Guam, and Puerto Rico. After all, white people without suburbs are like fish without a sea. As a congressional informer, consumer protector, and whistle blower, WCY's reports are on record and are reported to the U.S. Senate Homeland Committee on Governmental Affairs, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security and the president of the USA. In Case No. 12-01189-CV-W-REL in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri according to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Bill summoned the regional directors of the U.S. Census Bureau to court to explain their methodology and how they arrived at the conclusion on the 2010 Census that the USA population was 310 million with the majority race being white, and the directors were a NO SHOW which means pursuant to Rule 12 of Fed. R. Civ. If you fail to respond, judgment by default will be entered against the defendants. Bill Young won the case by default, but U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, II refused to pay Bill and had the case DISMISSED which resulted in Holder's forced resignation as U.S. Attorney General. Holder's suppression of the truth via having case dismissed covered up the fact that the majority USA population is Hispanic and not white which means Americans in the 21st Century have become slaves to lies, but after they read WCY's work (THE WHOLE TRUTH) then the truth shall set them free. However, to get to the hill of truth, WCY's book will navigate his readers through the valley of 200 years of lies and the 116th Congress whom are the largest group of liars that has ever been assembled together in one place in America's 244 years of American history.

Public Enemy Number One

Author : Trudy Irene Scee
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Al Brady was an armed robber and murderer in the 1930s and became the FBI's Public Enemy #1. The crime spree of Brady and his gang brought them from the south and midwest to Maine. A hardware store owner in Bangor became suspicious when Brady requested a large supply of ammunition and paid with an equally large amount of cash, and notified police. The FBI was waiting in ambush for them when they arrived to pick up the ammo. The rest is history, as on October 12, 1937, Brady and an accomplice were killed in a hail of bullets in broad daylight in downtown Bangor. This spectacular public gun-battle has become an integral part of Maine lore. Now, historian Trudy Irene Scee tells the story, including Brady's growing up in Indiana, his criminal exploits, and what brought he and his cohorts to Maine.

Inventing the Public Enemy

Author : David E. Ruth
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Ruth shows that the media gangster was less a reflection of reality than a projection created from Americans' values, concerns, and ideas about what would sell.

Jack and Lem

Author : David Pitts
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Jack and Lem explores the enduring friendship between John F. Kennedy and Kirk Lemoyne Billings (aka "Lem"). Jack Kennedy and Lem Billings met at Choate and remained friends until the Dallas gunfire that ended Kennedy's life thirty years later. Featuring interviews with Ben Bradlee, Gore Vidal, Ted Sorenson, friends, family, and many others, award -- winning journalist David Pitts begins the story with the early friendship between the men. Though Lem never held an official role in the Kennedy administration, his friendship and insight were much valued, so much so that he had his own room at the White House. This is the story of Jack and Lem and the climate for gays during he Kennedy era -- the story of a great friendship that grew and survived against the odds.

Young For Life

Author : Marilyn Diamond
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The coauthor of Fit for Life and a doctor who recovered from heart disease after being given a very limited life expectancy outlines a health-bolstering program for overweight and nutritionally deficient readers that focuses on reversing the signs of aging, incorporating convenience exercises and preventing disease. 75,000 first printing.

Education Policy Perils

Author : Christopher H. Tienken
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Education Policy Perils provides educators and those interested in the future of public education with research-based and practical analyses of some of the foremost issues facing public schools today. The collection, written by experienced scholar-practitioners, offers insights that include nuanced descriptions of various challenges facing educators and recommendations for overcoming them with an eye toward more successful policy and better implementation. The authors apply their expertise to a range of issues from international testing to policy challenges related to curriculum on the state and national levels. This volume positions ongoing debates within the wider context of an education landscape struggling to displace junk-science ideology with empirical research. The scope and sequence combined with the expertise of the contributors make this volume a vital resource for educators at all levels during a pivotal time of major changes in education policy.