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The Spellman Files

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9781416532408
Genre : Fiction
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Izzy Spellman launches her career as a private investigator while working for the firm of her outlandishly dysfunctional family.

Trail Of The Spellmans

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9781451608137
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 82. 55 MB
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Struggling with wacky family activities, secrets, and feuds, private investigator Isabel Spellman avoids Henry Stone by spending time drinking with his mother and tackling eccentric cases that seem suspiciously pointless.

The Spellmans Strike Again

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9781416593416
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 57. 37 MB
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Former wild child Izzy Spellman has finally agreed to take over the family business, and the transition won't be a smooth one.

Revenge Of The Spellmans

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9781416593393
Genre : Fiction
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Isabel pursues therapy while trailing her newest client's errant wife, Rae faces skyrocketing expectations in light of her high SAT score, and Henry disrupts the family with a new love interest.

Curse Of The Spellmans

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9781416532422
Genre : Fiction
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Izzy struggles to retain her private investigator's license after a pseudo engagement and her fourth arrest, a challenge that is further complicated by David's marriage to Petra, and by Rae's teenage angst.

Spellman Six

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9781451686685
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 83. 45 MB
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"The Last Word is Raymond Chandler meets Arrested Development. Zany, witty, and full of dark surprises, Lisa Lutz's novel is pure fun—and Izzy Spellman, PI, tops the list of 'Fictional Characters I'd Like to Meet for a Bourbon.'"—Gillian Flynn, New York Times bestselling author of Gone Girl The sixth installment of the critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling, Edgar- and Macavity-nominated and Alex Award-winning series by Lisa Lutz, finds our intrepid heroine of the series, Isabel Spellman, PI, at a crossroads. Izzy is used to being followed, extorted, and questioned—all occupational hazards of working at her family’s firm, Spellman Investigations. Her little sister, Rae, once tailed Izzy for weeks on end to discover the identity of Izzy’s boyfriend. Her mother, Olivia, once blackmailed Izzy with photo­graphic evidence of Prom Night 1994. It seemed that Spellman vigilance would dis­sipate after Izzy was fired for breaching client confidentiality, but then Izzy avenged her dismissal by staging a hostile takeover of the company. She should have known better than to think she could put such she­nanigans behind her. In The Last Word, Izzy’s troubles are just beginning. After her takeover of Spellman Investigations, her employees are the fur­thest thing from collegial...and Izzy finds herself struggling to pay the bills. But when she is accused of embezzling from a former client, the ridiculously wealthy Mr. Slayter, the stakes become immense. If Izzy gets indicted, she could lose her PI license and the Spellman family’s livelihood, not to mention her own freedom. Is this the end of Izzy Spellman, PI? The Last Word is, hands down, the most powerful book in the bestselling, award-nominated Spellman series.

How To Start A Fire

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9780544411630
Genre : Fiction
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A trio of former college friends reunite 20 years later to share the stories of their adventures, rivalries, secrets and losses while reevaluating the events of a single night that shaped all of them. By the award-winning author of the Spellman Files series. 40,000 first printing.

Isabel Spellman S Guide To Etiquette

Author : Isabel Spellman
ISBN : 9781476741413
Genre : Fiction
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Ever wonder what Isabel thinks about such topics as: eating, email, dating, weddings, driving, umbrellas (and more)? Her behavioral manifesto: Isabel Spellman's Guide to Etiquette: What Is Wrong with You People will answer these and other common etiquette questions.

How To Negotiate Everything

Author : Lisa Lutz
ISBN : 9781442451209
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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There’ll be no more hearing “no” after this clever picture book teaches you how to get everything you want. Includes audio! Have you ever wanted something and been told “No”? Then this is the book for you. Through several simple steps, you will learn the best way to ask for what you want, how to ask for more of what you want, and the importance of not overreaching. With helpful illustrations and a complete glossary, there is no end to what these skills can get you. Straight out of the pages of the New York Times bestselling Trail of the Spellmans, authors David Spellman and Lisa Lutz and illustrator Jaime Temairik show you that it is possible to negotiate for everything. Even an elephant!

Cornering The Market

Author : Susan V. Spellman
ISBN : 9780199384297
Genre : History
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In popular stereotypes, local grocers were avuncular men who spent their days in pickle-barrel conversations and checkers games; they were backward small-town merchants resistant to modernizing impulses. Cornering the Market challenges these conventions to demonstrate that nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century grocers were important but unsung innovators of business models and retail technologies that fostered the rise of contemporary retailing. Small grocery owners revolutionized business practices from the bottom by becoming the first retailers to own and operate cash registers, develop new distribution paths, and engage in transforming the grocery trade from local enterprises to a nationwide industry. Drawing on storekeepers' diaries, business ledgers and documents, and the letters of merchants, wholesalers, traveling men, and consumers, Susan V. Spellman details the remarkable achievements of American small businessmen, and their major contributions to the making of "modern" enterprise in the United States. The development of mass production, distribution, and marketing, the growth of regional and national markets, and the introduction of new organizational and business methods fundamentally changed the structures of American capitalism. Within the walls of their stores, proprietors confronted these changes by crafting solutions centered on notions of efficiency, scale, and price control. Without abandoning local ties, they turned social concepts of community into commercial profitability. It was a powerful combination that businesses from chain stores to Walmart continue to exploit today.

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