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  • Just Jones : Sometimes A Thing Is Impossible Until It Is Actually Done – A


    Andy Andrew’s New York Times bestselling book The Noticer introduced us to the iconic Jones, a mysterious elderly man with white hair and endless wisdom who always seemed to show up exactly when he was needed most. Now Jones is back. And just in time!

    At 3:29 a.m. on May 22, a telephone rings in Orange Beach, Alabama. Breaking the sleepy silence inside the bedroom of New York Times bestselling author Andy Andrews, a hastily whispered message heralds the news for which readers have waited seven years. The old man is back in town. And, apparently, he is also in jail.

    Jones is tight-lipped about the circumstances surrounding his brief incarceration. When Andy arrives to bail him out, he finds another person sharing his room in the gray-bars hotel: twenty-seven-year-old Keely Higgins, who has two master’s degrees, more than a hundred thousand dollars in debt, and a massive hangover.

    Andy is shocked to discover that his old friend has already opened an unusual business in one of the resort town’s most high-profile shopping districts. Jones’ Five & Dime seems to always have exactly what visitors are looking for, including visitors such as Keely, whose fate becomes entwined with that of the old man’s.

    During the course of the summer, other lost souls cross Jones’s path and find just what they are seeking: Oliver Sutherland, a thirteen-year-old loner with flame-red hair and a dark secret he has kept about his father, who died when Oliver was nine. The local pastor, who becomes a frequent morning visitor to The Wharf. And Blair Houston Monroe, a Texan who now fancies herself the grand dame of Ocean Beach society, who lords herself over everything within reach except, of course, for Jones himself.

    As the town moves from spring to summer, a practical joker is becoming bolder and more inventive with every prank that is pulled. Could Jones have really been behind some of it? And what will happen if he was? What’s the truth about the table in the Five & Dime? Where did it originate, who moved the four-hundred-pound table into the store, and what is it about the table that compels certain people to gather around it every morning just to talk?

    Is anything as it seems? The answers to these questions will be as satisfying as the reader’s journey.

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  • How Do You Kill 11 Million People (Expanded)


    Become an informed, passionate citizen who demands honesty and integrity from our leaders or suffer the consequences of our own ignorance and apathy.

    In this updated and expanded New York Times bestselling nonpartisan book, Andy Andrews urges you to believe that seeking and discerning the truth really, really matters and that believing lies is the most dangerous thing you can do. You’ll be challenged to become a more “careful student” of the past, seeking accurate, factual accounts of events and decisions that illuminate choices you face now.

    By considering how the Nazi German regime was able to carry out over eleven million institutional killings between 1933 and 1945, Andrews advocates for an informed population that demands honesty and integrity from its leaders and from each other. He includes several key documents written by our Founding Fathers as examples of America’s core principles that present and future leadership should live up to and embrace.

    We can no longer measure a leader’s worth by the yardsticks provided by the left or the right. Instead, we must use an unchanging standard: the pure, unvarnished truth.

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  • Bottom Of The Pool


    This is how it’s done. This is why it’s done this way. This is the result you can expect if you do it.

    These three pieces of information inform a conclusion about every part of each of our lives. Yet it is these three pieces of information that most often set an insidious trap-a trap that has held the imaginations of generations captive to the belief that because they are doing the best they can do, they are accomplishing the best that can be done. And while each of these three statements are true, not one of them is the truth.

    Dive deeper with bestselling author Andy Andrews as he shares his unique philosophy regarding foundational thinking. Through his unique and captivating storytelling, Andy helps you search for the reality that lies beyond the boundaries established in the name of “best practices,” “industry standards,” or “the way things are done.” For it’s at the bottom of the pool that you discover a pathway to extraordinary results that most people in your position do not even know are possible.

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