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Travel to Exotic Thailand from Only $989 Thanks to Go-Today.com!
BOTHELL, Wash., Oct. 17th, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- This 9 night package offers you a grand view of Thailand. Starting in Chiang Mai a popular northern city of Thailand rich in scenic beauty surrounded by mountains and famous for it's historic temples, distinctive festivals, and crafts. Where elephants are still used in the forest industry and indigenous tribes live in the hills much as they did 100 years ago. Your next stop is Bangkok often described as one of the most exciting cities in Asia, with it's bustling nightlife, and famous sights including the Grand palace, and the Emerald Buddha. Then it's off to Phuket Thailand's popular beach resort destination. Scuba diving, shopping, Golf, or just lying on the beach will provide a fitting end to you're vacation.
The Colorful Nobel Laureate -- New Novel Explores the Discrimination that is Still Persistent in Modern World
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Oct. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The Nobel Prize is one of the most prestigious awards that can be bestowed on a person. Awarded to those whose careers have been dedicated to the betterment of the human race, the Nobel Prize is usually given for a lifetime of achievement. However, since its inception more than 100 years ago, few Africans have been recipients. In his new novel, The Colorful Nobel Laureate (now available through 1stBooks), author Bolanle Williams tells the story of two Nigerians, whose lives intertwine after one wins the Nobel Prize.
Learning English Without Anguish -- Veteran teacher compiles proven exercises for students
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- For Imogene B. Shultz, teaching her students English prompted discouragement and disinterest. That's when she wrote her own lessons, which have worked brilliantly for many students who struggle with the structure of the English language. In her new book, English - Not Anguish (now available through 1stBooks), she has compiled years of worksheets and lessons into this easy-to-use volume.
Riveting Book Offers Murder, Mystery and Suspense -- New mystery novel tells of corrupt forces at work in man's hometown
NEW YORK, Oct. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Michael Allessandro discovers his hometown is not the city it once was. A former high-powered advertising executive in Los Angeles, he returns after 10 years to the economically depressed northeastern town to attend his estranged brother's funeral. He is told James's death is a suicide; however, he questions the strange information he receives. In author Anthony Maccarrone's new mystery, Abigail's Lake (now available through 1stBooks) Michael works to uncover who James really was, how he died and why, questions that stir up the town's most privileged residents.
Healing Starts with the Sole - New book offers complete guide to reflexology
SHASTA LAKE, Calif., Oct. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The number of people who have sought help through alternative medicine has boomed in recent years. Reflexology, which calls for stimulating pressure on the feet to trigger positive reactions in the body, is one popular therapy that has attracted patients. In his new book, Reflexology, the Safe Alternative (now available through 1stBooks), Fred Rittenhouse provides a thorough introduction for the home reflexologist practitioner, details what to do to ease a number of ailments and offers an extensive list of natural vitamins and other supplements that can ease medical conditions.
The Sing Sing Connection - New Novel Focuses on Experiment to Quell Violent Behavior in Criminal Minds
BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y., Oct. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- In Stanley Kubrick's film adaptation of Anthony Burgess' revolutionary novel, A Clockwork Orange, Alex, a roguish, violent teenager, is sentenced to prison and undergoes experimental therapy to correct his ways. The science fiction approach in the movie sparked much discussion about the possibility of altering the behavior of criminals who seem inherently violent. In the new novel, The Sing Sing Connection (now available through 1stBooks), John J. Maffucci takes a new look at this theory through a different kind of experiment.