Books tagged: dartmouth

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Coffee
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Price: $3.50 USD. Words: 135,870. Language: English. Published: February 21, 2009. Category: Fiction » Drama » American
Harriet Bishop, Doctoral student at Dartmouth, discovers odd behavior in the price of coffee on world exchanges. She suspects someone’s illegally cornering the market. But instead of notifying the authorities, she has a unique response that draws her into a firestorm of thrilling action. From the White Mountains of New Hampshire, to the beaches of Brazil, ‘Etty' tries to stay alive.
EssaySnark's Strategies for the 2011-'12 MBA Admissions Essays for Tuck School of Business
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Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 18,120. Language: English. Published: October 19, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Getting into college
Tuck Business School, at Dartmouth College, is unique among the bschool uniques. Tuck is very small, very intimate, and very beautiful. It's also a darn good MBA education. If Dartmouth is the right bschool for you, then you need to work hard to prove that to the Tuck adcom. This SnarkStrategies Guide shows you how. Find out if your GMAT score is high enough.
Exchange Student
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 52,710. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2012. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Travel
Thrust into prep schools and debutante balls on the Upper East Side, Lexie is ever the outsider. Finally she escapes from Dartmouth to Denmark on exchange, ready to lose herself in the castles and nightclubs of Europe. Ten days into her journey, Lexie's world comes comes crashing down with the twin towers. Will she give up everything her family stands for when her only brother is trapped inside?
Genealogy And The Murder Of A 19th Century Maine Prostitute
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Price: $3.75 USD. Words: 3,510. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » True Crime » Murder
Helen Jewett was the daughter of a Maine shoemaker. Raised as Dorcas Doyen, she entered the home of a prominent judge in Portland as a girl. She was turned out of this home for sexual indiscretions. Her misadventures led to a life of prostitution that she lived in establishments in Maine, Boston, and New York City. My text recounts her demise and the ancestry of her family and two of her clients.