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The Hunt of Her Life is a memoir about an unwanted rescue dog who the author adopts at age 2. This beautifully designed deluxe full-color book, by longtime newspaper journalist Joseph A. Reppucci, contains more than 60 vibrant color photos of dogs to help illustrate the compelling and uplifting story of Samantha - a pretty tricolor rescue bird dog who uses her warm personality to win over people and build a new family after being put up for adoption by a hunter because she is gun-shy and afraid to hunt. Learn how she uses her special bonding abilities with people to help her eventually make a transition from the hunting fields to family life.

While reading the The Hunt of Her Life, you will travel with Samantha and the author along a trail filled with surprising twists, sudden turns, mystery and even what some call a miracle. And when the journey is finished, you may never look at people and their pets, motherhood - and perhaps even God - in the same way. The color photos are carefully positioned throughout this professionally designed premium book so you can see lifelike print images of Samantha and other dogs as you are reading about them, making you feel like you are right there with them!

Pet enthusiasts will appreciate the deep bond shared between this unwanted rescue dog and the book's author. Their unique closeness helps Samantha to twice defy certain death.

Mothers will be touched by the relationship that the author has with his own mother. Their connection helps him to overcome many frustrations and deal with overwhelming odds in his suspenseful nationwide "hunt" to try to locate the unknown birthplace and family roots of his unregistered rescue dog after she eventually succumbs to illness.

Those who like suspense will be intrigued and fascinated by the crafty investigative journalism techniques the author uses to try to uncover his dog's family tree.

And everyone will be in awe as they come to realize that God all along has been providing a guiding hand in Samantha's journey through life and astonished when they ultimately learn about the mystical gift at the end of this rescue dog's trail. The Hunt of Her Life will take you on a captivating journey - a trip like no other - that will touch your heart.


Joseph A. Reppucci of Lexington, Mass., worked 30 years as a reporter and editor on daily newspapers in the Greater Boston area and is retired from The Patriot Ledger of Quincy, Mass. He writes an online column about dogs, The Ruff Report, which appears on hundreds of newspaper websites. He is the publisher of, a news and information website about dogs. He is a graduate of Lexington High School and Suffolk University in Boston.


"A wonderful journey made all the more remarkable by the determination of the author to honor his beloved English Setter and her bloodline. Twist after twist, turn after turn, you're never let down as The Hunt of Her Life proceeds toward its uplifting conclusion. Vivid photos complement the intelligent narrative."
- Dick Trust, retired sportswriter, The Patriot Ledger of Quincy, Mass.

"You will enjoy this book! It's a love story that can be appreciated even by non-dog people, even crazy cat ladies like me."
- Pam Sansbury, retired copy editor/writer, The Miami, Fla., Herald

"The book is terrific! Wonderfully written, and I loved looking at those magnificent color photographs. This book really moved me, and I couldn't put it down. I don't own a dog, but I was inspired by this compelling rescue dog's story."
- Matthew Spencer, retired reporter, Nebraska Life magazine

"It's a great tribute not only to Samantha, the rescue dog who is the book's main character, but to rescue dogs everywhere, of all kinds. This book is a must read for all dog lovers."
- Maryellen Dever, free-lance reporter, Hingham, Mass., Journal
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Joseph Nassise shook up the urban fantasy genre with Eyes to See, a novel New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry called "heartbreaking, deeply insightful, powerful and genuinely thrilling." In a devil's deal, Jeremiah Hunt sacrificed his human sight in exchange for the power to see the hidden world of ghosts and all of the darker spirits that prowl the streets. Hunt uncovered a world of murder and magic that took his daughter from him and nearly cost him his life, but that was only the beginning....

Now Hunt is on the run from the FBI, who have pegged him as a mass-murdering dark sorcerer. His flight from the law is diverted to New Orleans when his companion, a potent witch, has a horrific vision of the city under magical siege. When they arrive, they realize that the situation is more dire than they could have imagined: the world of the living faces a terrifying attack by forces from beyond the grave. King of the Dead, the second book in this groundbreaking series, promises more of Nassise's electrifying writing that will enthrall readers looking for a supercharged, supernatural thrill.

At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.


"Fully engaging... I loved the mix of realistic battle tactics and magical opponents." - All Things Urban Fantasy

"Every bit as good as Eyes To See, with more action, more victims, more monsters, more ghosts, and more of Dmitri kicking ass!" -

"Nassise's components--captivating new territory, larger stakes, and scarier monsters--pay off in huge dividends as the author once again seamlessly blends fantasy, horror, and crime thriller." -

"Joseph Nassise takes the reader on a riveting ride!" - Diabolique Magazine

Books in the Jeremiah Hunt Supernatural Thriller Series:

Eyes To See
King of the Dead 
Watcher of the Dark

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Bees can experience false memories, scientists say - Christian Science Monitor

The same is likely true for mice: In 2013, scientists at MIT induced false memories of trauma in mice, and the following year, they used light to manipulate mice brains to turn painful memories into pleasant ones. Now, researchers at Queen Mary University of London have shown for the first time that insects, too, can create false memories. Using a classic Pavlovian experiment, co-authors Kathryn Hunt and Lars Chittka determined that bumblebees sometimes combine the details of past memories to form new ones. First, Chittka and Dr. Hunt trained their buzzing subjects to expect a reward if they visited two artificial flowers – one solid yellow, the other with black-and-white rings. The order didn’t matter, so long as the bee visited both flowers. In later tests, they would present a choice of the original two flower types, plus one new one. The third type was a combination of the first two, featuring yellow-and-white rings. At first, the bees consistently selected the original two flowers, the ones that offered a reward. One to three days after training, the bees became confused and started incorrectly choosing the yellow-and-white flower (up to fifty percent of the time). In other words, the bumblebees combined the memories of two previous stimuli to generate a new, false memory. “Bees might, on occasion, form merged memories of flower patterns visited in the past,” Chittka said. “Should a bee unexpectedly encounter real flowers that match these false memories, they might experience a kind of deja-vu and visit these flowers expecting a rich reward. Bees have a rather limited brain capacity, Chittka says, so it’s probably useful for them to “economize” by storing generalized memories instead of minute details. “In bees, for example, the ability to learn more than one flower type is certainly useful,” Chittka said, “as is the ability to extract commonalities of multiple flower patterns. But this very ability might come at the cost of bees merging memories from multiple sequential experiences. Chittka has studied memory in bumblebees for two decades. Bees can be raised and kept in a lab setting, so they make excellent long-term test subjects. “They are [also] exceptionally clever animals that can memorize the colors, patterns, and scents of multiple flower species – as well as. Source:

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  • Bees can experience false memories, scientists say

    Now, researchers at Queen Mary University of London have shown for the first time that insects, too, can create false memories. Using a classic Pavlovian experiment, co-authors Kathryn Hunt and Lars Chittka determined that bumblebees sometimes combine 

  • Photo gallery: Kansas City Chiefs in Pro Football Hall of Fame

    02/27/15 ,via Kansas City Star

    FILE: Kansas City's Curley Culp drives in and hits Denver's quarterback Al Pastrana with the smashing tackle, causing Pastrana to lose the ball in the game at Kansas City, Dec. 7, 1970. Chiefs scored the only touchdown of the game. | ASSOCIATED PRESS.


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  • The Trial of John Thurtell and Joseph Hunt at Hertford

    2015. 54 pages.

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  • Democrats on climate 'witch hunt', conservatives say

    02/27/15 ,via Politico

    “I know with complete certainty that this investigation is a politically motivated ‘witch hunt’ designed to intimidate me (and ... wrote on his blog Tuesday under a photo of former Sen. Joe McCarthy. “I have no funding, declared or undeclared ...

  • Nev Schulman wants to bring Catfish to the UK! Would YOU go on the show?

    02/27/15 ,via Unreality TV

    As fans of the show will know, Max Joseph normally helps Nev on the hunt for Catfish – and I must confess to having a wee bit of a crush on both Nev and Max, due to, I suspect, the whole hero thing they’ve got going on as they champion the person who ...

  • Ireland coach Joe Schmidt set to choose Jack McGrath over Cian Healy for Six Nations clash with England

    02/27/15 ,via Daily Mail

    Joe Schmidt will keep faith in loosehead Jack McGrath and resist ... Stadio Olimpico try-scorer will take Murphy’s place on the bench. Eoin Reddan is in the hunt for his first sub appearance of the 2015 championship, the Leinster scrum-half finally ...


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Joseph "Joe" Raphael Hunt (February 17, 1919 – February 2, 1945) was an American tennis player of the late 1930s and early 1940s from Southern California. He was ...

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