A Deal to Mend Their Marriage Antiques dealer Caroline Fielding is more married to her job than she is to dashing Jack Pearce. After five years apart, their relationship should be over - only when Jack shows up asking for a divorce, their chemistry is as strong as ever...Fortune's Perfect Valentine Wes Robinson will do anything to ensure his company's new dating app is a success - even test it out personally with creator Vivian Blair. What follows is a series of dating debacles - and the realisation that Miss Right may just be in the cubicle next door!
Narcissistic personality disorder is a piece of the Cluster B group of disorders and is an emotional sickness that demonstrates as an excessive obsession with individual sufficiency, force, vanity, and notoriety. Individuals with NPD have all the earmarks of being egotistical or seem to trust they have an unjustified feeling of entitlement and exhibit pretentiousness in their convictions and conduct. They have a powerful urge for profound respect and acclaim, yet appear to not have any feeling of sympathy or capacity to acknowledge points of view of others. In spite of the fact that side effects are as often as possible judged as being unreasonably haughty and discernments are that the individual with NPD trusts that they are better than associates, the individual with NPD did beforehand feel inferior, insufficient and maybe a profound disgrace; the oblivious guards this undermining conviction by creating Narcissism.
An expose of organised crime and its unholy alliance with world leaders, intelligence agencies, and law enforcement, Double Deal is a 40-year saga told with unflinching honesty by mob insider and former Chicago chief of police Michael Corbitt.
Growing up poor and angry, Michael Corbitt fought his way up the ranks of greasers and street gangs until he attracted the attention of Chicago crime boss Sam Giancana, who placed him on the Willow Springs, Illinois, police force. By the time Corbitt was appointed chief of police, he'd also moved up the Outfit's ranks and was living the high life of a respected mobster.
Corbitt's luck turned when he was indicted on charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder. Although there was a mob contract on his life and he was facing a 20-year jail sentence, he refused to testify against organised crime figures under the witness protection programme, maintaining instead the Mafioso's code of silence - until his release from prison.
Now Corbitt breaks that silence, holding back nothing-including the account of his personal involvement in the brutal murder of the wife of Chicago mob attorney Alan Masters.
Corbitt bares his soul, confessing in graphic - sometimes horrific - detail a life lived as both saint and sinner, a life that moved back and forth between the conflicting worlds of the police officer and the gangster with ease.
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