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Author Archive: Gamer

The 30-Minute Runner by Duncan Larkin -P2P

The 30-Minute Runner takes a simplified approach to training, which is to break down everything into one thirty-minute session per day, a manageable segment for first-time runners and those who may be in decent shape but lead incredibly busy lives.
Everything in the book, including training schedules, techniques, and tips, is put forth purely in terms of minutes spent running, without any goal paces to worry about, mileage to keep track of, or anything to measure other than time spent out on the roads and trails. The book focuses on how to maximize those thirty critical minutes in order to achieve two primary goals: shedding extra pounds and completing a 5K race.

The 30-Minute Runner: Smart Training for Busy Beginners by Duncan Larkin-P2P
English | 156 pages | ePUB | 12.3 MB


The Death Gap: How Inequality Kills by David A. Ansell-P2P

We hear plenty about the widening income gap between the rich and the poor in America and about the expanding distance separating the haves and the have-nots. But when detailing the many things that the poor have not, we often overlook the most critical—their health. The poor die sooner. Blacks die sooner.
And poor urban blacks die sooner than almost all other Americans. In nearly four decades as a doctor at hospitals serving some of the poorest communities in Chicago, David Ansell has witnessed firsthand the lives behind these devastating statistics. In The Death Gap, he gives a grim survey of these realities, drawn from observations and stories of his patients.

The Death Gap: How Inequality Kills by David A. Ansell-P2P
English | 240 pages | ePUB | 1.6 MB

Help! I Want to Get Fit by Katy Bircher, Katie Goodwin-P2P

Most people would like to be healthier, but where do you start? This book aims to provoke, prompt and persuade you to get fit! It provides information on losing weight, getting into shape and enjoying a healthy lifestyle with advice on exercise techniques, video reviews and diet discussions. Guidelines are given for choosing a gym and cheap ways to get fit as well as social exercises from line dancing to aerobics.

Help! I Want to Get Fit by Katy Bircher, Katie Goodwin-P2P
English | 96 pages | PDF | 340 KB

Siberian Exile by Julija Sukys -P2P

When Julija Šukys was a child, her paternal grandfather, Anthony, rarely smiled, and her grandmother, Ona, spoke only in her native Lithuanian. But they still taught Šukys her family’s story: that of a proud people forced from their homeland when the soldiers came. In mid-June 1941, three Red Army soldiers arrested Ona, forced her onto a cattle car, and sent her east to Siberia, where she spent seventeen years separated from her children and husband, working on a collective farm.
The family story maintained that it was all a mistake. Anthony, whose name was on Stalin’s list of enemies of the people, was accused of being a known and decorated anti-Bolshevik and Lithuanian nationalist.

  Siberian Exile: Blood, War, and a Granddaughter’s Reckoning by Julija Sukys -P2P
English | 200 pages | ePUB | 2.2 MB

Mob Town by John Bennett -P2P

A captivating history of a notorious neighborhood and the first book to reveal why London’s East End became synonymous with lawlessness and crime
Even before Jack the Ripper haunted its streets for prey, London’s East End had earned a reputation for immorality, filth, and vice. John Bennett, a writer and tour guide who has walked and researched the area for more than thirty years, delves into four centuries of history to chronicle the crimes, their perpetrators, and the circumstances that made the East End an ideal breeding ground for illegal activity.
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Britain’s industrial boom drew thousands of workers to the area, leading to overcrowding and squalor. But crime in the area flourished long past the Victorian period. Drawing on original archival history and featuring a fascinating cast of characters including the infamous Ripper, highwayman Dick Turpin, the Kray brothers, and a host of ordinary evildoers, this gripping and deliciously unsavory volume will fascinate Londonphiles and true crime lovers alike.

Mob Town: A History of Crime and Disorder in the East End by John Bennett-P2P
English | 360 pages | ePUB | 7.8 MB

The Art of Dips & Sauces by JR Stevens -P2P

Use of dips and sauces can bring new life to your cooking and the dishes you serve. These can be your secret weapon to add a new dimension to your meals. Over 50 traditional and modern takes on dips and sauces can be found in The Art of Dips and Sauces. You’ll also discover copycat sauces from some of America’s favorite restaurants, which you can replicate at home. No more boring preparations of chicken, steak, hamburgers, vegetables, noodles and more – just add a sauce while cooking or a dip to complement your cookws dish.

The Art of Dips & Sauces by JR Stevens -P2P
English | 79 pages | ePUB | 158 KB


The Pilgrim Chronicles by Rod Gragg-P2P

A Quest for Freedom
All Americans are familiar with the story of the Pilgrims—persecuted for their religion in the Old World, they crossed the ocean to settle in a wild and dangerous land. But for most of us, the story ends after their brutal first winter at Plymouth with a supposedly peaceful encounter with the Native Americans and a happy Thanksgiving.

The Pilgrim Chronicles: An Eyewitness History of the Pilgrims and the Founding of Plymouth Colony by Rod Gragg -P2P
English | 296 pages | ePUB | 18 MB

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