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Duplicity (Julia Gooden Mystery: Book 2) by Jane Haseldine

Title: Duplicity

Author: Jane Haseldine

Publisher: Kensington Publishing Company

Expected date of publication: March 28th 2017

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense

Number of pages: 352

POV: 822 more words

Book Review

Jockeying for RNC chair begins in earnest

Ambitious Robert Graham picked the wrong team with anti-Trump McCain and Flake

In mid-February we reported AZ GOP chair Robert Graham maneuvers for top RNC post… 402 more words

Arizona Politics

Mobile Apps, duplicity and replication

If you go through an App Store, any App Store for any platform what do you see?

Amazingly depending on the theme of the game then those of a similar theme, for example matching similar graphics they tend to be almost identical in design. 970 more words

Technology

No Ulterior Motives By Charles Swindoll

Honesty has a beautiful and refreshing simplicity about it ……No ulterior motives. No hidden meanings. An absence of hypocrisy, duplicity, political games, and verbal superficiality. As honesty and integrity characterize our lives, there will be no need to manipulate others. 6 more words

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Obama’s DOJ continues implementing absurdities

Putting the (non-citizen) chickens in charge of guarding the (American) henhouse

It seems like an endless wait, but soon enough the Obama administration will be a thing of the past. 316 more words

Those Dems

Tucker Carlson eviscerates overindulged, liberal college student

This vacuous punk wants to be an American history teacher. Imagine him propagandizing students with his personal perspective that allows him to view his own parents as being able to afford his pricey education through money they garnered profiteering from slavery. 44 more words

News

Allied (2016). On-screen sparks between Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard abound in this wartime thriller.

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