Free on Amazon Kindle (at least as of yesterday, July 3).
This chess book has SIMPLE one-move-capture chess puzzles for kids and beginners.
This book is for players just learning chess, rated under 1000, that are still missing simple one move chess tactics involving hanging pieces.
Link courtesy of Michael Greenspan.
"Million-Dollar Hobby: Inside the World of Big-Money Bridge".
"Turning Tricks: The Rise and Fall of Contract Bridge".
"The Super Bowl of the Mind: Is quiz bowl the ultimate test of smarts or an overblown game of Trivial Pursuit?"
I vote for "somewhere in between".
Attention contestant wannabes: American History is 4th and World History is 6th.
"Grand Theft Auto V is set in the fictional city of Las Santos however it was partly modelled on the real city of Los Angeles, but just how much so will blow you away."
I wonder about reverse causality, but . . . : "Playing Duplicate Bridge Prevents Dementia in Older People".
I'm skeptical of the economics (toward the end), but the history is interesting.
From the same website see also "The McDonalds Monopoly Fraud".
This sounds excellent. I plan on buying a copy.
I saw it a couple of times in South Florida in the early 70s and even without being able to gamble, it was a lot of fun to watch.