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These two very different books are related in their authors' belief in luck and in the ability of individuals to obtain it. Astrologer Dolnick and attorney Davidson's mini reference examines the concept of luck throughout history as observed by a variety of religious sects and practiced in many cultures. The authors help readers develop a personal-luck profile and detail how to apply astrology, numerology, and even herbology toward increasing the odds in one's favor. A practical section on gambling advises readers how to play cards, dice, or the roulette wheel with caution.Holistic practitioner Whitehurst concentrates solely on feng shui and its nine energies, including career, wealth, marriage, and health. After explaining the basic concepts of the discipline, she offers easy techniques for employing these energies. While using one's chi is instrumental, other easy tactics include placing three rosemary plants in the kitchen for healthy financial independence and taping a picture of a mountain onto the back of one's desk chair for career success. Luckwill have more general appeal, while Make This Your Lucky Daywill draw New Age readers. Both are excellent choices for public libraries.