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The Second Editions of My Two Non-Obvious Guides Are Here! 

For the past two years, my team and I have been working on a series of actually useful guidebooks that were not written for dummies. Now the completely redesigned Second Editions of both of my guides are here and I wanted to give you an exclusive offer to get BOTH guides completely for free!*
 
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