Success is a matter of sticking to a set of commonsense principles anyone can master. In Lead the Field Earl Nightingale explains these guidelines: the magic word in life is ATTITUDE. It determines your actions, as well as the actions of others. It tells the world what you expect from it. When you accept responsibility for your attitude, you accept responsibility for your entire life. Earl Nightingale -- the "Dean of Development" -- offers you a treasure trove of uplifting and insightful information like: * The importance of forgiveness * How "intelligent objectivity" can improve your professional life * The usefulness of constructive discontent
Thinking Big: The Keys to Personal Power and Maximum Performance
Every successful person knows that the keys to achievement are conscious effort, careful planning, and good, old-fashioned hard work. But on the road to success, this is the one habit that will accelerate you beyond all others.
In the Three Gables estate of the Leonides family, someone has poisoned old Aristide. Suspicion falls on his very young wife, bound to inherit a fortune. But criminologist Charles Hayward has his doubts about the innocence of the entire Leonides brood. He knows them intimately. And he's certain that in a crooked house such as this one, no one's on the level.
Three clever murderers challenge Nero Wolfe in cases involving lovers who want to make sure neither is a killer, a stable full of suspects in the search for a killer on horseback, and a murderer stalking Wolfe's brownstone.
In this chilling novel, the prolific Jance successfully brings together her dyspeptic Seattle homicide detective J.P. Beaumont (Birds of Prey, etc.) and Cochise County, Ariz., Sheriff Joanna Brady (Paradise Lost, etc.). When artist Rochelle Baxter is murdered in Bisbee, Ariz., Brady's department is stunned that Baxter's next of kin is not a person but the Washington State Attorney General's Office. Baxter was Latisha Wall, an industrial whistle-blower in a Washington witness protection program pending her testimony at an important trial.
The investigation of LaShawn Tompkins's murder seems straightforward enough. Upon his release from death row, the ex-drug dealer returned to his old neighborhood, where he was gunned down on his mother's doorstep. Just another case of turf warfare. At least that's what it looks like on the surface to Seattle investigator J. P. Beaumont, who's been handed the assignment under the strictest confidence. But as Beau starts digging, the situation becomes more complicated than he'd thought.