Bridge is a numbers game. This book is a beginner’s “How To” book on learning to play bridge based on numbers. It is a step by step learning process as well as a reference manual for both new and intermediate bridge players. It is not meant for the expert player. The book teaches you how to determine your points and then use them in your bidding. Each chapter contains examples and exercises to test your understanding before you move to the next section. The methods used in this book are based on years of my teaching bridge by the numbers and encouragement of my students to put this method into print for others to benefit. The book also provides rules for what cards to lead, the strategy to play a hand and how to keep score. Bridge by the Numbers provides a way for a new player to understand the basics of bridge, as well as the terminology used in the game, so they can move to the next level of playing.$3.99–$9.98
When Alex Gregory takes his first job for Sterling Chemicals, a company poised to make millions from their newest pesticide, he has no idea he’s stepping into the shoes of a murdered man.
Alex soon discovers the pesticide about to be released not only creates poisonous mosquitoes, but the treated plants begin competing for earth’s oxygen at a slow but detrimental rate. Alex investigates the untimely deaths of those that learned the truth before him, and expose the company before they threaten the lives of future generations. But he must tread carefully, or he, Cindy, and Leslie, will meet their own untimely deaths.$3.99–$9.98