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    Putnam Community Preparedness [App]  2019-9-2 13:22

    Looks amazing hope we never need it. Bob N7WWK

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    Putnam CS [App]  2019-2-7 13:8

    Fast links to search

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    Upon first review, I see they have created some corrections from the first edition. Book came in amazing condition but the front cover seems to have been hastily chop near the bottom but it is negligible. Overall, I don't mind since all of the pages are perfect. I would recommend this updated ver from the 2007 ver since some corrections have been made.

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    It has a rich collection of issues but has flaws. Most of the solutions are correct. It might be highly desirable for a lot of people to posses this book simply based on the fact that it has solutions. But honestly, most issues from popular books like the Art and Craft of Issue Solving by Paul Zeitz have solutions on the internet.An example in this book is issue 818. The respond is simply wrong. 7^x mod(9) = 4 does not imply that x is Andrescu has an errata published on his www service for this book and you might wish to refer to it in case you buy this book. I know that he is a genius and some of his books are really good. This one has some flaws and it puts me off whenever Math books have LOGICAL flaws (not typos mind you) in the solutions that are given at the end. It shows that the author was careless especially when there are multiple LOGICAL flaws.

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    Putnam County Sheriff NY [App]  2019-4-18 13:22

    Doesn't work

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    My son loved

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    I cant recommend this book to everyone. It is really only for a little percentage of students, even those who have fun mathematics. Personally I feel like this book is catered towards the unchallenged first year undergrad, the issues sometimes require a high level of "comfortability" with abstraction and being able to wrestle with "difficult" problems.I feel as though there are books such as that of Larson's which caters to a wider audience but the attractive issues in this book just are not matched by any other issue solving book. Seriously though, very much recommended, it will support you grow in your mathematical ability as you war with the problems, even if you don't solve them.

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    goodgood

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    This book consists of a very useful collection of Putnam-like math problems. Putnam and Beyond is organized for self-study by undergraduate and graduate students who want to test a lot of competitive math is also useful for teachers who are preparing their bright students for IMO type (or higher) math competitions. However the book assumes a level of mathematical maturity and prior mathematical knowledge that not a lot of college students possess. Another very useful book for math competitions is The IMO Compendium.

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    + issues with infinite radicals, continued fractions and infinite powers.- no heuristics- only 5 methods of proof.

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    very good!

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    There are a lot of books on issue solving. The majority are aimed at junior high and high school students preparing for either the International Mathematical Olympiad or national IMO selection tests (the American Mathematics Contests in the United States, such as the USAMO). A select few, such as Issue Solving through Issues by Loren Larson, are aimed at university students preparing for university competitions. This book, as the title suggests, belongs to this latter category, and it has a particular emphasis on the sorts of issues that occur on the Putnam is book is generally written at a higher level than most other issue solving books. A lot of issue solving books put a amazing emphasis on geometry. Just as the Putnam exam generally replaces synthetic geometry with ysis and abstract and linear algebra (although there are exceptions), so this book replaces the traditional focus on geometry with a focus on ysis and algebra. That said, there is an entire chapter on geometry, but it does not discuss synthetic geometry, instead focusing on vectors, the geometry of the complex plane, ytic geometry, and some unique subjects that are especially relevant to college mathematics (integrals in geometry, some higher-level results such as the fact that all conics are rational curves, and a brief but still substantive survey of trigonometric substitutions).Putnam and Beyond discusses a lot of locations of college mathematics that are likely to appear on the Putnam exam but would never appear on the IMO, such as abstract algebra, linear algebra, and true ysis (with a very little bit of complex ysis).That said, this book still does overlap a bit with a lot of other issue solving books. It opens with a chapter on general issue solving strategies, but I feel that these sections are written with students who have encountered the primary methods before. For example, most introductions to induction demonstrate it by summing some series, but the authors here present that if finitely a lot of lines divide the plane into regions, the regions can be colourful with two colors in such a method that no two neighboring regions keep the same color. Another example they offer is a particularly difficult inequality from a past Putnam exam. So in a method the opening chapter is appropriate more as a *second* introduction to issue solving techniques than as a first introduction. This leads to my next e book's exposition is generally written at a high level, and I'd say that to fully appreciate it would impose somewhat high prerequisites, including a amazing amount of mathematical maturity and a amazing knowledge of primary college mathematics up through first courses in algebra and ysis. For example, a issue in the very first section of the very first chapter on argument by contradiction requires one to be familiar with the density of rationals in the anyone interested in attractive proofs or in tournament math, I would heartily recommend this book along with Issue Solving through Issues by Larson. I think Putnam and Beyond is written at a slightly higher level than Larson's book and a lot of of the issues here are more difficult than those in Larson, but together both books provide a very thorough and powerful review of undergraduate mathematics through issue ly, full solutions to every single issue (and by "full" I mean complete proofs written out in detail, often with accompanying figures) are in the back of the book (in fact, a small more than half of the pages are devoted to these solutions).

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    Putnam and Beyond []  2020-11-18 18:40

    Amazing book! The only thin is create sure you've taken up to True ysis if you really wish to obtain the full understanding of the content but if you have then definately obtain this for the Putnam!

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    plenty of amazing information

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    A very amazing book that I think every American should have and read, to know what to expect.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    Beautifully written. Lots to think about.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    I just finished this book and I was very impressed with the logic, thoroughness, and common sense which permeates it. I do have to wonder how things like political differences, racial tensions, and related problems might interfere with the creation of such a community, and how such hurdles might be overcome?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    A very amazing book that I think every American should have and read, to know what to expect.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    A very amazing book that I think every American should have and read, to know what to expect.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    We must restore a vigorous civil defense and sky warning watch as a priority as high as coping with climate change. This author sees this clearly and is able to convey the a lot of messages. For example, there is a true and urgent role for youngsters who can ride bicycles! I am giving this book to each of our four children.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    A lot of examples and step-by-step guidance is offered. Perfect roadmap to community resilience. Anyone looking to prepare their community for catastrophic disasters would benefit from reading.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    Beautifully written. Lots to think about.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    This is a amazing book! It arrived promptly. What more could I ask?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    Review of Michael Mabee’s The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural and Suburban Community.I have been a large fan of Michael Mabee’s work ever since late 2015, when I first read his original book on this topic, Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community. This first book was one of a lot of that I read in my quest to understand a concept I would go on to coin, “Continuity of Community.” As both a retired Troops NCO and Federal Officer, I was no stranger to emergency management practices (ICS, NIMS), continuity of government (CoG) and continuity of operations (COOP). In fact, it was being assigned to my agency’s COOP that brought me to realize something was missing; that something was an element that included the citizens helping each other during emergencies in real Continuity of Community, or Civil Defense.I read and reread Mabee’s first book, each time gleaning something else from its pages that I had missed the previous times. When I discovered he had a fresh book, I couldn’t wait to read it and ordered it without hesitation from first glance I knew this book was various from the first one. I could tell that Mabee had thought long and hard about the problems that we face and he had place them into this fresh book. Just the Preface alone sets the scene for his insightful tour into his correct ysis of the threats and what we should do as a nation to prepare. Here is an example: “A prepared family in a prepared community has a much greater possibility of survival. There is a term for “community prepping”: civil defense.” He is so correct! If we look back into the history of mankind we have always congregated into groups, clans, tribes, and nations to survive. We have never survived and thrived as lone wolfs or an unorganized gaggle of people, we have always succeeded in surviving as a community.I really like how the book is laid out and the informative method he argues for a fresh Civil Defense structure in this country. Every chapter has something we need to know, especially those of us looking for info on getting started with our own civil defense organization. I used his instructions as a tutorial to begin our own Civil Defense Virginia (CDVA), a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt education and training organization. As of this writing, we are the first, that we know of, to take this concept to this level. As a state-level organization we will work to inspire others around the Commonwealth of Virginia to begin their own Civil Defense organizations, which we have one already in Culpeper county, bee is even brave enough to describe what a lot of people fear to speak about – the true need for a Security Force (militia) within the community civil defense structure. This is something that a lot of politicians and emergency managers will run from like their hair was on fire. But, this is a reality of any severe disaster scenario, as a easy review of major disaster will validate. If outside support is not likely to come, then you need your own security force, one that is properly vetted PRIOR to an happening occurring and huge enough to provide required safety and security to the community, rural or urban. It is far better to have a huge security force under the control and coordination of the local law enforcement body than to have a huge rogue force that is e research and info that this fresh book includes is amazing. If anyone were to doubt the validity of the books claims about the possible threats we face as a nation, checkout his references list beginning on page 153. If the everyday news weren’t enough to convince you of a possible nationwide blackout, then hopefully this exhaustive list of nearly two decades of federal government and congressional commissions, hearings, studies, reports, and executive orders will convince latest comment is on the sample tabletop exercise he has provided towards the end of this book. This easy exercise has the potential to wake up a lot of emergency managers in this country. If my predictions are correct, this book and his sample exercise could be the catalyst to an awakening of Civil Defense in this country. I am praying that this amazing book does just that.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    Really informative read

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    I just finished this book and I was very impressed with the logic, thoroughness, and common sense which permeates it. I do have to wonder how things like political differences, racial tensions, and related problems might interfere with the creation of such a community, and how such hurdles might be overcome?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    A very amazing book that I think every American should have and read, to know what to expect.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    Review of Michael Mabee’s The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural and Suburban Community.I have been a large fan of Michael Mabee’s work ever since late 2015, when I first read his original book on this topic, Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community. This first book was one of a lot of that I read in my quest to understand a concept I would go on to coin, “Continuity of Community.” As both a retired Troops NCO and Federal Officer, I was no stranger to emergency management practices (ICS, NIMS), continuity of government (CoG) and continuity of operations (COOP). In fact, it was being assigned to my agency’s COOP that brought me to realize something was missing; that something was an element that included the citizens helping each other during emergencies in real Continuity of Community, or Civil Defense.I read and reread Mabee’s first book, each time gleaning something else from its pages that I had missed the previous times. When I discovered he had a fresh book, I couldn’t wait to read it and ordered it without hesitation from first glance I knew this book was various from the first one. I could tell that Mabee had thought long and hard about the problems that we face and he had place them into this fresh book. Just the Preface alone sets the scene for his insightful tour into his correct ysis of the threats and what we should do as a nation to prepare. Here is an example: “A prepared family in a prepared community has a much greater possibility of survival. There is a term for “community prepping”: civil defense.” He is so correct! If we look back into the history of mankind we have always congregated into groups, clans, tribes, and nations to survive. We have never survived and thrived as lone wolfs or an unorganized gaggle of people, we have always succeeded in surviving as a community.I really like how the book is laid out and the informative method he argues for a fresh Civil Defense structure in this country. Every chapter has something we need to know, especially those of us looking for info on getting started with our own civil defense organization. I used his instructions as a tutorial to begin our own Civil Defense Virginia (CDVA), a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt education and training organization. As of this writing, we are the first, that we know of, to take this concept to this level. As a state-level organization we will work to inspire others around the Commonwealth of Virginia to begin their own Civil Defense organizations, which we have one already in Culpeper county, bee is even brave enough to describe what a lot of people fear to speak about – the true need for a Security Force (militia) within the community civil defense structure. This is something that a lot of politicians and emergency managers will run from like their hair was on fire. But, this is a reality of any severe disaster scenario, as a easy review of major disaster will validate. If outside support is not likely to come, then you need your own security force, one that is properly vetted PRIOR to an happening occurring and huge enough to provide required safety and security to the community, rural or urban. It is far better to have a huge security force under the control and coordination of the local law enforcement body than to have a huge rogue force that is e research and info that this fresh book includes is amazing. If anyone were to doubt the validity of the books claims about the possible threats we face as a nation, checkout his references list beginning on page 153. If the everyday news weren’t enough to convince you of a possible nationwide blackout, then hopefully this exhaustive list of nearly two decades of federal government and congressional commissions, hearings, studies, reports, and executive orders will convince latest comment is on the sample tabletop exercise he has provided towards the end of this book. This easy exercise has the potential to wake up a lot of emergency managers in this country. If my predictions are correct, this book and his sample exercise could be the catalyst to an awakening of Civil Defense in this country. I am praying that this amazing book does just that.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    Really informative read

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    Well anized, simple to understand, and GOOD INFORMATION.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    This is a amazing book! It arrived promptly. What more could I ask?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    We must restore a vigorous civil defense and sky warning watch as a priority as high as coping with climate change. This author sees this clearly and is able to convey the a lot of messages. For example, there is a true and urgent role for youngsters who can ride bicycles! I am giving this book to each of our four children.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    This is a amazing book! It arrived promptly. What more could I ask?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    A lot of examples and step-by-step guidance is offered. Perfect roadmap to community resilience. Anyone looking to prepare their community for catastrophic disasters would benefit from reading.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    A very amazing book that I think every American should have and read, to know what to expect.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    insightful. makes you think, prepare which is always a amazing idea. the book was highly recommended to me and I'm glad I read it. and now hold it on my coffee table!

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    Review of Michael Mabee’s The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural and Suburban Community.I have been a large fan of Michael Mabee’s work ever since late 2015, when I first read his original book on this topic, Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community. This first book was one of a lot of that I read in my quest to understand a concept I would go on to coin, “Continuity of Community.” As both a retired Troops NCO and Federal Officer, I was no stranger to emergency management practices (ICS, NIMS), continuity of government (CoG) and continuity of operations (COOP). In fact, it was being assigned to my agency’s COOP that brought me to realize something was missing; that something was an element that included the citizens helping each other during emergencies in real Continuity of Community, or Civil Defense.I read and reread Mabee’s first book, each time gleaning something else from its pages that I had missed the previous times. When I discovered he had a fresh book, I couldn’t wait to read it and ordered it without hesitation from first glance I knew this book was various from the first one. I could tell that Mabee had thought long and hard about the problems that we face and he had place them into this fresh book. Just the Preface alone sets the scene for his insightful tour into his correct ysis of the threats and what we should do as a nation to prepare. Here is an example: “A prepared family in a prepared community has a much greater possibility of survival. There is a term for “community prepping”: civil defense.” He is so correct! If we look back into the history of mankind we have always congregated into groups, clans, tribes, and nations to survive. We have never survived and thrived as lone wolfs or an unorganized gaggle of people, we have always succeeded in surviving as a community.I really like how the book is laid out and the informative method he argues for a fresh Civil Defense structure in this country. Every chapter has something we need to know, especially those of us looking for info on getting started with our own civil defense organization. I used his instructions as a tutorial to begin our own Civil Defense Virginia (CDVA), a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt education and training organization. As of this writing, we are the first, that we know of, to take this concept to this level. As a state-level organization we will work to inspire others around the Commonwealth of Virginia to begin their own Civil Defense organizations, which we have one already in Culpeper county, bee is even brave enough to describe what a lot of people fear to speak about – the true need for a Security Force (militia) within the community civil defense structure. This is something that a lot of politicians and emergency managers will run from like their hair was on fire. But, this is a reality of any severe disaster scenario, as a easy review of major disaster will validate. If outside support is not likely to come, then you need your own security force, one that is properly vetted PRIOR to an happening occurring and huge enough to provide required safety and security to the community, rural or urban. It is far better to have a huge security force under the control and coordination of the local law enforcement body than to have a huge rogue force that is e research and info that this fresh book includes is amazing. If anyone were to doubt the validity of the books claims about the possible threats we face as a nation, checkout his references list beginning on page 153. If the everyday news weren’t enough to convince you of a possible nationwide blackout, then hopefully this exhaustive list of nearly two decades of federal government and congressional commissions, hearings, studies, reports, and executive orders will convince latest comment is on the sample tabletop exercise he has provided towards the end of this book. This easy exercise has the potential to wake up a lot of emergency managers in this country. If my predictions are correct, this book and his sample exercise could be the catalyst to an awakening of Civil Defense in this country. I am praying that this amazing book does just that.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    The book is amazing and appeared unused but while reading it the pages were falling out. Doesn't appear that the binding was done since the pages falling out are undamaged. They appear to have not been stuck in the book to start with

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    Well anized, simple to understand, and GOOD INFORMATION.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    Beautifully written. Lots to think about.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    We must restore a vigorous civil defense and sky warning watch as a priority as high as coping with climate change. This author sees this clearly and is able to convey the a lot of messages. For example, there is a true and urgent role for youngsters who can ride bicycles! I am giving this book to each of our four children.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    A lot of examples and step-by-step guidance is offered. Perfect roadmap to community resilience. Anyone looking to prepare their community for catastrophic disasters would benefit from reading.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    insightful. makes you think, prepare which is always a amazing idea. the book was highly recommended to me and I'm glad I read it. and now hold it on my coffee table!

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    I just finished this book and I was very impressed with the logic, thoroughness, and common sense which permeates it. I do have to wonder how things like political differences, racial tensions, and related problems might interfere with the creation of such a community, and how such hurdles might be overcome?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    The book is amazing and appeared unused but while reading it the pages were falling out. Doesn't appear that the binding was done since the pages falling out are undamaged. They appear to have not been stuck in the book to start with

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    A lot of examples and step-by-step guidance is offered. Perfect roadmap to community resilience. Anyone looking to prepare their community for catastrophic disasters would benefit from reading.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    Really informative read

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    I just finished this book and I was very impressed with the logic, thoroughness, and common sense which permeates it. I do have to wonder how things like political differences, racial tensions, and related problems might interfere with the creation of such a community, and how such hurdles might be overcome?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    We must restore a vigorous civil defense and sky warning watch as a priority as high as coping with climate change. This author sees this clearly and is able to convey the a lot of messages. For example, there is a true and urgent role for youngsters who can ride bicycles! I am giving this book to each of our four children.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    Beautifully written. Lots to think about.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    I just finished this book and I was very impressed with the logic, thoroughness, and common sense which permeates it. I do have to wonder how things like political differences, racial tensions, and related problems might interfere with the creation of such a community, and how such hurdles might be overcome?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    Beautifully written. Lots to think about.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    We must restore a vigorous civil defense and sky warning watch as a priority as high as coping with climate change. This author sees this clearly and is able to convey the a lot of messages. For example, there is a true and urgent role for youngsters who can ride bicycles! I am giving this book to each of our four children.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    A lot of examples and step-by-step guidance is offered. Perfect roadmap to community resilience. Anyone looking to prepare their community for catastrophic disasters would benefit from reading.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    Review of Michael Mabee’s The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural and Suburban Community.I have been a large fan of Michael Mabee’s work ever since late 2015, when I first read his original book on this topic, Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community. This first book was one of a lot of that I read in my quest to understand a concept I would go on to coin, “Continuity of Community.” As both a retired Troops NCO and Federal Officer, I was no stranger to emergency management practices (ICS, NIMS), continuity of government (CoG) and continuity of operations (COOP). In fact, it was being assigned to my agency’s COOP that brought me to realize something was missing; that something was an element that included the citizens helping each other during emergencies in real Continuity of Community, or Civil Defense.I read and reread Mabee’s first book, each time gleaning something else from its pages that I had missed the previous times. When I discovered he had a fresh book, I couldn’t wait to read it and ordered it without hesitation from first glance I knew this book was various from the first one. I could tell that Mabee had thought long and hard about the problems that we face and he had place them into this fresh book. Just the Preface alone sets the scene for his insightful tour into his correct ysis of the threats and what we should do as a nation to prepare. Here is an example: “A prepared family in a prepared community has a much greater possibility of survival. There is a term for “community prepping”: civil defense.” He is so correct! If we look back into the history of mankind we have always congregated into groups, clans, tribes, and nations to survive. We have never survived and thrived as lone wolfs or an unorganized gaggle of people, we have always succeeded in surviving as a community.I really like how the book is laid out and the informative method he argues for a fresh Civil Defense structure in this country. Every chapter has something we need to know, especially those of us looking for info on getting started with our own civil defense organization. I used his instructions as a tutorial to begin our own Civil Defense Virginia (CDVA), a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt education and training organization. As of this writing, we are the first, that we know of, to take this concept to this level. As a state-level organization we will work to inspire others around the Commonwealth of Virginia to begin their own Civil Defense organizations, which we have one already in Culpeper county, bee is even brave enough to describe what a lot of people fear to speak about – the true need for a Security Force (militia) within the community civil defense structure. This is something that a lot of politicians and emergency managers will run from like their hair was on fire. But, this is a reality of any severe disaster scenario, as a easy review of major disaster will validate. If outside support is not likely to come, then you need your own security force, one that is properly vetted PRIOR to an happening occurring and huge enough to provide required safety and security to the community, rural or urban. It is far better to have a huge security force under the control and coordination of the local law enforcement body than to have a huge rogue force that is e research and info that this fresh book includes is amazing. If anyone were to doubt the validity of the books claims about the possible threats we face as a nation, checkout his references list beginning on page 153. If the everyday news weren’t enough to convince you of a possible nationwide blackout, then hopefully this exhaustive list of nearly two decades of federal government and congressional commissions, hearings, studies, reports, and executive orders will convince latest comment is on the sample tabletop exercise he has provided towards the end of this book. This easy exercise has the potential to wake up a lot of emergency managers in this country. If my predictions are correct, this book and his sample exercise could be the catalyst to an awakening of Civil Defense in this country. I am praying that this amazing book does just that.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    We must restore a vigorous civil defense and sky warning watch as a priority as high as coping with climate change. This author sees this clearly and is able to convey the a lot of messages. For example, there is a true and urgent role for youngsters who can ride bicycles! I am giving this book to each of our four children.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    The book is amazing and appeared unused but while reading it the pages were falling out. Doesn't appear that the binding was done since the pages falling out are undamaged. They appear to have not been stuck in the book to start with

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    Really informative read

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    Well anized, simple to understand, and GOOD INFORMATION.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    Beautifully written. Lots to think about.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    A very amazing book that I think every American should have and read, to know what to expect.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2019-12-28 18:25

    This is a amazing book! It arrived promptly. What more could I ask?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    Well anized, simple to understand, and GOOD INFORMATION.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-8 18:14

    This is a amazing book! It arrived promptly. What more could I ask?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    Review of Michael Mabee’s The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural and Suburban Community.I have been a large fan of Michael Mabee’s work ever since late 2015, when I first read his original book on this topic, Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community. This first book was one of a lot of that I read in my quest to understand a concept I would go on to coin, “Continuity of Community.” As both a retired Troops NCO and Federal Officer, I was no stranger to emergency management practices (ICS, NIMS), continuity of government (CoG) and continuity of operations (COOP). In fact, it was being assigned to my agency’s COOP that brought me to realize something was missing; that something was an element that included the citizens helping each other during emergencies in real Continuity of Community, or Civil Defense.I read and reread Mabee’s first book, each time gleaning something else from its pages that I had missed the previous times. When I discovered he had a fresh book, I couldn’t wait to read it and ordered it without hesitation from first glance I knew this book was various from the first one. I could tell that Mabee had thought long and hard about the problems that we face and he had place them into this fresh book. Just the Preface alone sets the scene for his insightful tour into his correct ysis of the threats and what we should do as a nation to prepare. Here is an example: “A prepared family in a prepared community has a much greater possibility of survival. There is a term for “community prepping”: civil defense.” He is so correct! If we look back into the history of mankind we have always congregated into groups, clans, tribes, and nations to survive. We have never survived and thrived as lone wolfs or an unorganized gaggle of people, we have always succeeded in surviving as a community.I really like how the book is laid out and the informative method he argues for a fresh Civil Defense structure in this country. Every chapter has something we need to know, especially those of us looking for info on getting started with our own civil defense organization. I used his instructions as a tutorial to begin our own Civil Defense Virginia (CDVA), a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt education and training organization. As of this writing, we are the first, that we know of, to take this concept to this level. As a state-level organization we will work to inspire others around the Commonwealth of Virginia to begin their own Civil Defense organizations, which we have one already in Culpeper county, bee is even brave enough to describe what a lot of people fear to speak about – the true need for a Security Force (militia) within the community civil defense structure. This is something that a lot of politicians and emergency managers will run from like their hair was on fire. But, this is a reality of any severe disaster scenario, as a easy review of major disaster will validate. If outside support is not likely to come, then you need your own security force, one that is properly vetted PRIOR to an happening occurring and huge enough to provide required safety and security to the community, rural or urban. It is far better to have a huge security force under the control and coordination of the local law enforcement body than to have a huge rogue force that is e research and info that this fresh book includes is amazing. If anyone were to doubt the validity of the books claims about the possible threats we face as a nation, checkout his references list beginning on page 153. If the everyday news weren’t enough to convince you of a possible nationwide blackout, then hopefully this exhaustive list of nearly two decades of federal government and congressional commissions, hearings, studies, reports, and executive orders will convince latest comment is on the sample tabletop exercise he has provided towards the end of this book. This easy exercise has the potential to wake up a lot of emergency managers in this country. If my predictions are correct, this book and his sample exercise could be the catalyst to an awakening of Civil Defense in this country. I am praying that this amazing book does just that.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-18 18:25

    Really informative read

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    I just finished this book and I was very impressed with the logic, thoroughness, and common sense which permeates it. I do have to wonder how things like political differences, racial tensions, and related problems might interfere with the creation of such a community, and how such hurdles might be overcome?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    Well anized, simple to understand, and GOOD INFORMATION.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-21 18:21

    Really informative read

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-26 18:11

    A lot of examples and step-by-step guidance is offered. Perfect roadmap to community resilience. Anyone looking to prepare their community for catastrophic disasters would benefit from reading.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    Review of Michael Mabee’s The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural and Suburban Community.I have been a large fan of Michael Mabee’s work ever since late 2015, when I first read his original book on this topic, Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community. This first book was one of a lot of that I read in my quest to understand a concept I would go on to coin, “Continuity of Community.” As both a retired Troops NCO and Federal Officer, I was no stranger to emergency management practices (ICS, NIMS), continuity of government (CoG) and continuity of operations (COOP). In fact, it was being assigned to my agency’s COOP that brought me to realize something was missing; that something was an element that included the citizens helping each other during emergencies in real Continuity of Community, or Civil Defense.I read and reread Mabee’s first book, each time gleaning something else from its pages that I had missed the previous times. When I discovered he had a fresh book, I couldn’t wait to read it and ordered it without hesitation from first glance I knew this book was various from the first one. I could tell that Mabee had thought long and hard about the problems that we face and he had place them into this fresh book. Just the Preface alone sets the scene for his insightful tour into his correct ysis of the threats and what we should do as a nation to prepare. Here is an example: “A prepared family in a prepared community has a much greater possibility of survival. There is a term for “community prepping”: civil defense.” He is so correct! If we look back into the history of mankind we have always congregated into groups, clans, tribes, and nations to survive. We have never survived and thrived as lone wolfs or an unorganized gaggle of people, we have always succeeded in surviving as a community.I really like how the book is laid out and the informative method he argues for a fresh Civil Defense structure in this country. Every chapter has something we need to know, especially those of us looking for info on getting started with our own civil defense organization. I used his instructions as a tutorial to begin our own Civil Defense Virginia (CDVA), a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt education and training organization. As of this writing, we are the first, that we know of, to take this concept to this level. As a state-level organization we will work to inspire others around the Commonwealth of Virginia to begin their own Civil Defense organizations, which we have one already in Culpeper county, bee is even brave enough to describe what a lot of people fear to speak about – the true need for a Security Force (militia) within the community civil defense structure. This is something that a lot of politicians and emergency managers will run from like their hair was on fire. But, this is a reality of any severe disaster scenario, as a easy review of major disaster will validate. If outside support is not likely to come, then you need your own security force, one that is properly vetted PRIOR to an happening occurring and huge enough to provide required safety and security to the community, rural or urban. It is far better to have a huge security force under the control and coordination of the local law enforcement body than to have a huge rogue force that is e research and info that this fresh book includes is amazing. If anyone were to doubt the validity of the books claims about the possible threats we face as a nation, checkout his references list beginning on page 153. If the everyday news weren’t enough to convince you of a possible nationwide blackout, then hopefully this exhaustive list of nearly two decades of federal government and congressional commissions, hearings, studies, reports, and executive orders will convince latest comment is on the sample tabletop exercise he has provided towards the end of this book. This easy exercise has the potential to wake up a lot of emergency managers in this country. If my predictions are correct, this book and his sample exercise could be the catalyst to an awakening of Civil Defense in this country. I am praying that this amazing book does just that.

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    This is a amazing book! It arrived promptly. What more could I ask?

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    The Civil Defense Book: Emergency Preparedness for a Rural or Suburban Community []  2020-11-19 18:20

    The book is amazing and appeared unused but while reading it the pages were falling out. Doesn't appear that the binding was done since the pages falling out are undamaged. They appear to have not been stuck in the book to start with

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    I learned some interesting info about the true life characters. Unfortunately the writing style doesn’t pull you in to the characters, reads more like a reporter depicting events.

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    This was an wonderful tale of one of the most fascinating women in history. Her love of adventure and bravery was inspiring and her story was incredible. Thank you Sally for this amazing read.

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    This is the story of the Putnam family and Amelia Earhart. George Putnam eventually married Amelia, but prior to that was her publicity director and writer of her adventures. Also interesting to learn is the Putnam family was large in the publishing industry back then but also have a part in the invention of Crayola crayons. Much of the book is Dorothy's diary, which makes it kindof a slow read.

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    Community [App]  2020-7-11 13:47

    I mean it seems like it's a amazing application but I just signed up for it and when it said my email was verified I tried logging in and it wouldn't work I tried it again and still didn't work so I tried with two various emails and yet still didn't work 😔

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    Excellent. Author lives a few miles from me. A amazing part of history for Fort Pierce and you never know what is behind closed doors in order to save family peace.

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    The book came as described and very quickly. I have read the book before and this was a bonus for a friend...they will be so pleased!!

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    Amazing family read.

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    What a delightful story. I encountered this author at a local historical presentation, and was so fascinated by Ms. Chapman, that I HAD to order the book. It's wonderful!

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    People stories are usually more interesting than fiction. This one probably has a small of both, but the connections with prominent or semi-prominent personalities were interesting to me.

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    Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart []  2020-7-22 18:38

    "Whistled Like a Bird: The Untold Story of Dorothy Putnam, George Putnam, and Amelia Earhart", by Sally Putnam Chapman, Warner Books, NY 1997. ISBN: 0-446-52055-1, 266 pgs., HC plus 60 B/W photographs, 9 1/4" x 6 1/4".The author, Sally Putnam Chapman, step Granddaughter of Amelia Earhart, writes a passionate story of her Grandmother, Dorothy Binney Putnam (DBP), 1st wife of her Grandfather George Palmer Putnam (GP). Much of the authoress's material was obtained from 10 diaries entrusted to her by Grandmother e '20s and '30s were momentous times, periods of profound societal unrest of all sorts, including the Amazing Depression, witnessing development of aviation as an industry, globe travel, industrialization, feminist and/or equalist movements, and strivings to become included or a part of those wealthy social family circles & networks that in turn both craved and provided acclaim and opportunity to adventurers, explorers, writers and the like - most importantly to the likes of aviatrix Amelia Earhart (AE) and publicist/writer George Putnam (GP).In this book we learn Dorothy had unfulfilled sensual cravings in her marriage to GP, even prior to AE entering the picture, and we learn of her despondency, depression and passions which consumed her: -- we explore she is unappeasable as a mere observer, housewife and unwilling to simply grow old(er) without establishing her own tag in the globe - we are led to believe this was in part due to her own Mother's unkind remarks that she was not beautiful and so should depend on acquiring conspicious skills to compensate and compete as an adult, -- something she did do extraordinarily well, even admirably so, in so a lot of tasks that included outings, party-gatherings, flying, club organizations, athletics, writings, agriculture, & a lot of social graces including e book runs amok what with the multiple marriages, flings & affairs, & divorces, etc. of both GP and DBP. It is an perfect read and topic to private interpretation of the psychological ruminations and troubles of many, where envy, competitiveness and even ghosts seem to play a part. AE emerges unscathed and in the end, a forgiveness by DBP and DP prevails -- to each his own and in their own times -- a comely philosophy permits yet another generation to register their paths.

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    Community [App]  2020-7-11 13:47

    Not letting me sign up😖

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    This sucks you cannot send messages to people

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    I just can't place a Joe Pickett book down once I begin it! Being a retired Texas Android game Warden myself it is simple to realize that C J has done his home work well. A lot of of his escapades A lot of of his encounters I can relate to as I read and reminisce on my career. The only issue is that he doesn't write Joe Pickett enough, quick enough. I have bought the entire series from first and latest in hard cover to hold for my Grand children to ese short stories were good! Just need method more of them and his full novel's!Would be nice to see a series started with his daughter and him as Android game Wardens, I could think of a lot of things to obtain them involved in to create a quick paced interesting series.W G Armstrong

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    Once again I lived this author especially his Joe Pickett series.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    If leaving the readers wanting is the goal, this Complete Short Story meets it! Nate Romanoski has always been a mysterious hero in the Joe Picket novels and still is, but we now know a bit more about him.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    Nice short story with a really cool twist at the end.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    I have always been fond of Nate. This short story with him as the main hero was a treat to read.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    I have always been intrigued by Joe Picket's mate Nate, and have thoroughly enjoyed watching his hero growth, as well as revelation throughout the Joe Picket series. This marvelous short story is delightful and shows a less violent aspect of Nate's character. It is truly unbelievable how he out smarts the greedy, obnoxious villain of the piece! As always when reading Box's works, a amazing story and unbelievable read.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    I have been a C.J. box fan for years. When I got an email saying that this short story had been released, I knew I wanted to read it. I devoured the story in a matter of is story is told from the point of view of Nate Romanowski, android game warden Joe Pickett's shadowy friend. The story, set somewhere in the middle of the Pickett novels, centers on Nate's passion for falconry. With his ever-present .454 Casull, Nate confronts a Saudi prince used to getting what he wants when he wants it. Joe Pickett makes a cameo appearance; Nate's Northern Arapaho girlfriend, Alisha Whiteplume, figures prominently in the story. Nate uses his wits and more than a bit of creativity to solve the dilemma he finds himself in, and the ending will create you chuckle.With the brevity of this story, Box does not discover Wyoming/Western political problems the method he does in the Pickett novels. Politics is mentioned only briefly, in passing. So if you're looking for a discussion of wind power, or the Endangered Species Act, or vagaries of federal court jurisdiction, you'll have to look to Box's novels. This story also lacks most of the violence that pervades a lot of of Box's stories (don't worry, there is gore...)This story is a quick, entertaining romp. My only complaint is that it's so short... It whetted my appetite, and now I wish more.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    Have fun C.J Box's books, this is not exception.. Story line main hero is Nate. Did explore this story was place in a collection of other stories in a book called Shots Fired.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    Following Nate Romanowski is always a pleasure. The only issue with the story was seeing characters who are no longer with us in the current novels. This story had to have been written at least three years past. The story moved along quickly and was enjoyable to read. A pleasant use of an hour or so.

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    The Master Falconer: A Penguin eSpecial from G.P. Putnam & Sons []  2020-7-28 19:39

    I love C.J. Box's books, whether they are Joe Pickett series or a stand-alone, and I especially have fun Nate. When I saw this eSpecial, I had to buy it and test it. I was not disappointed! It was too short, but I often search that to be the case for me with most short stories. I liked it well enough to buy it as a bonus for my parents. I had recently turned them on to CJ and Joe and they like him (them?) just as much as I do!I would recommend this story to anyone who likes CJ Box! It's a fun read and Nate comes through like a champ!

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    Southern Nevada Preparedness [App]  2019-6-13 13:36

    Installed v1.84 on my Galaxy S8+ It lags and crashes constantly. The Services page does not present LVMPD Spring Valley Zone Command and South Central Zone Command is spelled wrong.

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    Southern Nevada Preparedness [App]  2019-6-13 13:36

    Fresh and still full of bugs. I downloaded and it has a lot of amazing features but it's full of bugs and half the menu items, when you tap them, the application closes with an error. It is something fresh but needs a lot of work.

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    Southern Nevada Preparedness [App]  2019-6-13 13:36

    Crap Plus they are above responding to emails.

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    Southern Nevada Preparedness [App]  2019-6-13 13:36

    I hold trying to obtain on the application but I'm just stuck on single screen

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    Southern Nevada Preparedness [App]  2019-6-13 13:36

    Just needs work Too a lot of glitches for right now.

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