Mexican-born dog-rehabilitator and star of television's Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan explains using psychology to train one's pet. Includes anecdotes from his clients and his own pack of dogs. Describes how he teaches owners to "speak" their dog's language and encourages exercise, discipline, and affection.
In two years, the Bronfman family holdings plummeted from US$8.2 billion to $2.2 billion. Edgar Bronfman Jr., heir to the family business, was spoiled as a child, given little guidance, and saddled with responsibilities not befitting his experience or years. Not surprisingly, his speedy rise to the top was followed by his stunning blunders.
Timothy Underhill sees his young sister's ghost, while Willy Bryce Patrick believes that her dead daughter is held in an abandoned warehouse. Teaming up to chase a murderous spirit, Timothy and Willy fall in love, seduced by the powers of imagination.
By the time he left office, Jean Chrétien had been in politics for forty years. From 1993 to 2003 he won three majority elections as leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. Finding the country dangerously in debt and bitterly divided, he describes how his government wiped out the deficit in just four years and helped to defeat the separatists in the Quebec referendum.
Joe Grundy is chief of security for a posh old Vancouver hotel, but then a young neo-hippie inherits more than half a billion dollars and decides to give it all away. As soon as the kid checks into the Lord Douglas with the intention of holding a press conference to announce the scheme, Joe knows big trouble is headed his way, especially when the kid winds up dead.
Sam Acquillo - ex-boxer, ex-corporate executive, can't seem to stay out of trouble. All he really wants to do is hammer a few nails into his ramshackle cottage, drink a great deal of vodka, and hang out with his dog, Eddie. But when a car bomb outside a trendy waterfront restaurant kills a prominent financial consultant, injuring Sam and his lawyer friend, he is drawn into the investigation.