Playing Advantage

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2002 - Fiction - 344 pages
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After four years study, Anderson Woodbury is required to conduct and submit a dissertation. He has a topic: the analysis and control of psychological tension; but still needs to persuade a faculty member to be his PhD advisor. His ongoing involvement in university politics, and refusal to compromise his beliefs, test the goodwill of even his closest friends and supporters, including his life-long friend and confidante, April Brooker. Just one year out from completing his studies, he may have to throw it all away, unless a means can be found to align conflicting interests and thwart those who seek to destroy him.Other titles in this series include: Games of ConsequenceOther Books by John Dutch include:April Brooker
April Brooker: The Tournament
April Brooker and Emily McLean
April Brooker: The FamilySunshine
When I Need a Hand
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
13
Chapter 3
21
Chapter 4
31
Chapter 5
55
Chapter 6
67
Chapter 7
93
Chapter 8
105
Chapter 14
187
Chapter 15
193
Chapter 16
199
Chapter 17
207
Chapter 18
239
Chapter 19
251
Chapter 20
261
Chapter 21
289

Chapter 9
129
Chapter 10
137
Chapter 11
147
Chapter 12
169
Chapter 13
183
Chapter 22
299
Chapter 23
307
Chapter 24
315
Bibliography
329
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About the author (2002)

Dutch is a former international tournament tennis player. He has spent 25 years lecturing and researching on learning and the effects of psychological stress.

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