Life-changing wisdom never goes out of style! These eight classic works have truly stood the test of time, selling tens of millions of copies and remaining in constant demand. Now The Secrets of Success, a one-of-a-kind anthology of achievement, reveals why they are every bit as inspiring as they were a century ago.
Dan, a middle manager working in San Francisco, is thrust into a fight for his life. He must overcome who he is and learn to fight for his life and lead those around him. While surviving, he finds the real reason for the zombie outbreak and is pulled into a whole new fight, this time against a shadowy power calling themselves the Culling Initiative.
"May Have been a good story"
Dan survived the flu and zombies in the Trans America Tower. He escaped the zombie hordes in San Francisco, with help from his new friends in the SFPD SWAT team and on his way out rescued a mysterious little girl named Angel. Dan is an emerging hero, who helped discover the plans of the culling initiative and their mercenary army, the Ridder Group. Now he must rescue his ex-girlfriend Julie, and his friend Vic's wife from numerous hordes of the dead.
A gripping collection of mystery stories, strange tales and horrible crimes: 'The Perfect Murder', by Stacy Aumonier; 'The Magic Casket', by F. Austin Freeman; 'The Shadow of the Shark', by G. K. Chesterton; 'The Marionettes', by O. Henry; 'Charles', by A. J. Alan; 'Moon's Gibbet', by Egerton Castle; 'The Severed Hand', by Wilhelm Hauff; 'The Man with the Watches', by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; 'The Adventure of the Diamond Necklace', by G. F. Forrest; 'My Adventure at Chislehurst', by A. J. Alan; 'Blackmail', by John Galsworthy.
Two noted relationship experts, Wally Goddard and James Marshall, offer down-to-earth advice for any couple who wants to strengthen their marriage and make it last a lifetime. In this important book the authors outline their six-step program - commit, grow, nurture, understand, solve, and serve - that has proven to be effective. Using a bountiful garden as a metaphor for a healthy marriage, the book encourages couples to invest time in growing their relationship, shine the light of encouragement on each other, deal with "bugs" and "thorns", and share time and resources to make the whole world blossom.
"Webbcast" by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Over There" by James Surowiecki; "Google's Moon Shot" by Jeffrey Toobin; "Please Read Before Suing" by Larry Doyle; "Boomtown Blues" by Alexandra Fuller; "Good People" by David Foster Wallace; and "Hostile Acts" by Tad Friend.
An eclectic collection of short stories by the masters of the genre including Fragment of a Novel by Lord Byron, Count Magnus by M.R. James and The Treasure Hunt by Edgar Wallace.