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Deadly Past

Deadly Past

Deadly Past

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Publisher: Katie Reus

Isbn 10: 1635561426

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 300

Number of Views: 883

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She lost everything once… Autumn Perez was just twenty-two when she witnessed a brutal murder and gave up her entire life to put the killer behind bars. A decade later, witness protection has her settled in picturesque Verona Bay, teaching art at the local high school. It’s a quiet life…until she’s caught up in another harrowing event and she worries that the US Marshals will try to move her again. But Autumn is done running—she’s built a life, has friends. And now she’s pregnant after an intense one-night stand with her sexy neighbor. This time she’s not running… Lincoln Jordan has been biding his time with Autumn, his talented, gorgeous neighbor. The attraction between them is undeniable, and after their one incredible night together he wants more. But she’s determined to keep him at arm’s length. When it becomes clear that someone wants her dead, he steps up to protect her. He needs to earn her trust, and fast. Because the enemy is closer than they ever imagined. Author note: This may be read as a stand-alone novel.


Deadly Past

Deadly Past

Deadly Past

Author: Kris Rafferty

Publisher: Lyrical Press

Isbn 10: 1516108159

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 320

Number of Views: 1282

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Cold, hard facts are what make or break a case for the FBI. But when there’s evidence that one of their own has been turned, there’s more on the line than the truth. There are personal bonds that can be stretched to the limit . . . After blacking out, a discharged weapon and hazy memories put FBI profiler Cynthia Deming at the scene of a crime: the execution of six federal witnesses against the mob. The one and only person she can turn to for help is her best friend, Boston forensic pathologist Charlie Foulkes. It’s a relationship that no one on her team knows about—and it’s about to be tested by danger and desire . . . Charlie knows that Cynthia is no killer. But as they embark on a shadow investigation to clear her name, evidence surfaces implicating him. With the conviction of a mob boss hanging in the balance, they’ll have to uncover who’s framing them to take the fall, and what lines they’re willing to cross—in their professional and personal lives—to prove that nothing will tear them apart.


His Deadly Past

His Deadly Past

His Deadly Past

Author: Jen Talty

Publisher: Jupiter Press

Isbn 10:

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: N.A

Number of Views: 1906

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A NY State Trooper Series Novella An Injured NY State Trooper. A Physical Therapist. A Destination Wedding. And one deadly lie. NY State Trooper, Jasper Miles has spent the last couple of months recovering from an injury and trying to charm the sexy physical therapist, Ashely Briggs, assigned to his case. While she’s attentive to the healing process, giving him the best care possible, she’s seems to be immune to his devilish good looks and charismatic wit. When he sees her at a buddies destination wedding, he makes it his mission to make Ashely his and Jasper never fails. Ashley Riggs has dedicated her life to helping the injured men and woman who protect and serve overcome their battle wounds so they can get back to their jobs. As a physical therapist, she never gets too close her patients. That is until NY State Trooper, Jasper Miles shows up at her best friend’s destination wedding. Unable to resist his charm, they spend a night she won’t soon forget… until a dark secret from Jasper’s past surfaces putting not only her heart on the line, but her life as well.


The Deadly Past

The Deadly Past

The Deadly Past

Author: Christopher Pike

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Isbn 10: 148141092X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Number of Pages: 128

Number of Views: 842

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Dinosaurs create prehistoric hysteria in this eleventh book in New York Times bestselling author Christopher Pike’s Spooksville series—now on TV! There are dinosaurs in Spooksville! Huge meat-eating lizards attack people in their cars. Flying reptiles swoop down and lift kids away. But where did these dinosaurs come from? Adam and his friends discover a huge doorway that connects present-day Spooksville with sixty million years ago. It’s through this that the dinosaurs are emerging and attacking the town. Who created the doorway? And can it be closed before all of Spooksville is destroyed?


The Ex Who Hid a Deadly Past

The Ex Who Hid a Deadly Past

The Ex Who Hid a Deadly Past

Author: Sally Berneathy

Publisher: Sally Berneathy

Isbn 10:

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 237

Number of Views: 590

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Book 5 in Charley's Ghost series When a deadbeat customer becomes obnoxious in Amanda’s motorcycle shop, she grabs a hammer and threatens to bash his head in so far he will be able to see his dirty underwear. Three weeks later the deadbeat is found murdered in her parking lot. Customers from the bar down the street report that Amanda left with him the night of the murder. Strands of Amanda’s red hair are found on the victim. The deadbeat’s ghost accuses her of murdering him. Charley cannot...or will not...provide an alibi. The situation goes downhill from there.


Deadly Will

Deadly Will

Deadly Will

Author: Marion Moore Hill

Publisher: Belgrave House

Isbn 10: 1610843525

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: N.A

Number of Views: 708

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In 1789 Nathan Henry imitated his neighbor Benjamin Franklin by creating a will not to be read for over two hundred years. In 2001 Millie Kirchner, struggling single-mother, received an invitation to the reading of that will. A trip to historic Philadelphia to meet unknown relatives is almost as alluring as any inheritance. But when one new cousin mysteriously drowns and another is killed, Millie begins to wonder if she might be next. Mystery by Marion Moore Hill; originally published by Pemberley Press


Deadly Derbyshire

Deadly Derbyshire

Deadly Derbyshire

Author: Scott C. Lomax

Publisher: Grub Street Publishers

Isbn 10: 1844687007

Category: True Crime

Number of Pages: 176

Number of Views: 1788

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A collection of historical British true crime stories, with illustrations included. From the murder of Hannah Hewitt in 1732 to John Cotton’s killing in 1898, Deadly Derbyshire gathers dramatic, atmospheric true tales of murder and manslaughter in this county in England’s East Midlands. Read about the “fiery” circumstances of the death of John McMorrow; a farm tragedy at Stoney Houghton; and killings for pittances such as three eggs and a sixpence. You’ll also discover stories of unprovoked and wicked deeds and numerous suspicious deaths. Based on extensive research of newspaper archives, uncovering a large number of cases never previously explored, this compendium examines the darker side of this historical port city.


Dark Memento

Dark Memento

Dark Memento

Author: Katie Reus

Publisher: KR Press, LLC

Isbn 10: 1635560500

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 339

Number of Views: 1697

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Welcome to Verona Bay, a small coastal town where the secrets just won’t stay buried—and people aren’t always who they seem. She was the one that got away… Eight years ago Serenity Washington watched as her twin sister was murdered. She was lucky to escape the same grisly fate. With her sister’s killer in jail, she relocated and tried to move on with her life. She married a man in the Air Force and started a family, but when her husband dies unexpectedly she moves back to the last place she remembers being happy—Verona Bay, FL. Now that she’s come home, it’s all starting again… Within months of Serenity’s homecoming, she receives a ‘gift’—a bracelet from her sister that was never recovered after her death—and a taunting note. Terrified for herself and her young daughter, she turns to the local sheriff for help. But there’s only so much they can do without proof that the gifts aren’t more than sick pranks. There’s been no DNA, no fingerprints left behind—nothing to indicate who’s leaving them. As the horrifying gifts arrive with increasing frequency, Serenity has no doubt that she’s the ultimate target. But with her sister’s murderer—a confessed serial killer—still behind bars, she has no idea who’s stalking her. She turns to the one man she’s been trying to keep her distance from… Former Marine Lucas Jordan has been hung up on single mom Serenity since she moved back to Verona Bay, but she’s made it clear she’s not looking for a relationship. When she’s targeted, however, all bets are off. He won’t sit by while she’s terrorized, and with her and her daughter’s lives in danger he’s prepared to stand his ground and protect them both. Together they face the impossible task of trying to figure out who to trust before they all wind up six feet under.


Rebirth of a Culture

Rebirth of a Culture

Rebirth of a Culture

Author: Hillary Hope Herzog,Todd Herzog,Benjamin Lapp

Publisher: Berghahn Books

Isbn 10: 085745028X

Category: Social Science

Number of Pages: 198

Number of Views: 666

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After 1945, Jewish writing in German was almost unimaginable-and then only in reference to the Shoah. Only in the 1980s, after a period of mourning, silence, and processing of the trauma, did a new Jewish literature evolve in Germany and Austria. This volume focuses on the re-emergence of a lively Jewish cultural scene in the German-speaking countries and the various cultural forms of expression that have developed around it. Topics include current debates such as the emergence of a post-Waldheim Jewish discourse in Austria and Jewish responses to German unification and the Gulf wars. Other significant themes addressed are the memorialization of the Holocaust in Berlin and Vienna, the uses of Kafka in contemporary German literature, and the German and American-Jewish dialogue as representative of both the history of exile and the globalization of postmodern civilization. The volume is enhanced by contributions from some of the most significant representatives of German-Jewish writing today such as Esther Dischereit, Barbara Honigmann, Jeanette Lander, and Doron Rabinovici. The result is a lively dialogue between European and North American scholars and writers that captures the complexity and dynamism of Jewish culture in Germany and Austria at the turn of the twenty-first century.


Ancient Protector

Ancient Protector

Ancient Protector

Author: Katie Reus

Publisher: Katie Reus

Isbn 10: 163556140X

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 350

Number of Views: 1758

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Even as he fights for their future… With the world still rebuilding after massive dragon attacks, famous singer Star isn’t willing to rely on a stranger to protect her family—though dragon shifter Lachlan is difficult to resist. Something about him is strangely familiar, but she doesn’t understand why. He’s already helped Star rescue her sister from a recent abduction, but trust doesn’t come easy when his kind has nearly hunted her race to extinction. When her sister’s kidnapper launches another violent attack, Star has no choice but to accept Lachlan’s aid. But no matter that he’s stepped up to protect her, she’ll never allow the ancient Scottish dragon into her heart. They’re bound by the past. Lachlan lost the woman he was meant to mate millennia ago. Unable to live in a world without her, his pain drove him to hibernation. He never thought he would move on—until Star. He’s well aware the feisty shifter is his new destiny, so if tailing her to New Orleans is what he has to do to be near her, then so be it. When Star is attacked, Lachlan resolves to protect her at all costs. And he won’t have to do it alone. It will take Lachlan, his clansmen, and Star’s misfit band of friends to rain fiery vengeance down upon their enemy if she and her sister are to ever be truly free. Only then can he claim her and discover the shocking truth that lies buried in their past. FIRST IN NEW SERIES


Countering Terrorism

Countering Terrorism

Countering Terrorism

Author: Martha Crenshaw,Gary LaFree

Publisher: Brookings Institution Press

Isbn 10: 0815727658

Category: Political Science

Number of Pages: 272

Number of Views: 924

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Can We Construct a Grand Strategy to Counter Terrorism? Fifteen years after September 11, the United States still faces terror threats—both domestic and foreign. After years of wars, ever more intensive and pervasive surveillance, enhanced security measures at major transportation centers and many attempts to explain who we are fighting and why and how to fight them, the threats continue to multiply. So, too, do our attempts to understand just what terrorism is and how to counter it. Two leaders in the field of terrorism studies, Martha Crenshaw and Gary LaFree, provide a critical look at how we have dealt with the terror threat over the years. They make clear why it is so difficult to create policy to counter terrorism. The foes are multiple and often amorphous, the study of the field dogged by disagreement on basic definitional and methodological issues, and the creation of policy hobbled by an exacting standard: the counterterrorist must succeed all the time, the terrorist only once. As Countering Terrorism shows, there are no simple solutions to this threat.


Philosophy and Literature in Times of Crisis

Philosophy and Literature in Times of Crisis

Philosophy and Literature in Times of Crisis

Author: Michael Mack

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

Isbn 10: 1623569796

Category: Literary Criticism

Number of Pages: 240

Number of Views: 899

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Highlighting literature and philosophy's potential impact on economics, health care, bioethics, public policy and theology, this book analyses the heuristic value of fiction. It alerts us to how we risk succumbing to the deceptions of fiction in our everyday lives, because fictional representations constantly feign to be of the real and claim a reality of their own. Philosophy and literature disclose how the substantive sphere of social, economic and medical practice is sometimes driven and shaped by the affect-ridden and subjective. Analysing a wide range of literature-from Augustine, Shakespeare, Spinoza and Deleuze to Kafka, Sylvia Plath, Philip Roth, W. G. Sebald and Jonathan Littell-Michael Mack rethinks ethical attitudes towards the long or eternal life. In so doing he shows how philosophy and literature turn representation against itself to expose the hollowness of theologically grand concepts that govern our secular approach towards ethics, economics and medicine. Philosophy and literature help us resist our current infatuation with numbers and the numerical and contribute towards a future politics that is at once singular and diverse.


The Outlandish Companion

The Outlandish Companion

The Outlandish Companion

Author: Diana Gabaldon

Publisher: Doubleday Canada

Isbn 10: 0385685254

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 608

Number of Views: 1096

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Now in a brand-new edition, newly updated throughout, including new material from the author, 16 pages of Showcase television series tie-in photographs, and a gorgeous new cover and timed with the new season of Outlander on Showcase beginning April 2015. The Outlandish Companion is the comprehensive insider's guide to the first four books of Diana Gabaldon's bestselling series. New York Times bestselling author Diana Gabaldon takes readers behind the scenes in The Outlandish Companion, an encyclopedic look at the first four books of the Outlander series. Necessary reading for new fans just starting the series who need to catch up, long-time readers wanting to relive how it all began, and everyone in between, the companion is packed with character guides, plot synopses, an extensive Gaelic glossary, and more.


Life Unlimited

Life Unlimited

Life Unlimited

Author: Edward Franco

Publisher: iUniverse

Isbn 10: 1450260187

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Number of Pages: 132

Number of Views: 1540

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Is it possible that the death of our physical bodies was never part of a divine plan? Is it possible that the key to unlocking our immortality lies not so much in the realm of science as it does in our own hearts and minds? In Life Unlimited, author Edward Franco examines the attitudes and beliefs surrounding aging, death, and physical immortality. An interactive exploration of self, Life Unlimited raises questions that may seem blasphemous to some, but which may be necessary for awakening our true potential. This guide explores how you can accomplish the following: Recognize the powerful value of the mind/body connection Enhance well-being through regular spiritual practices Realize the impact of self-concept on aging, health, and wellness Learn to say no to cultural conditioning and stereotypes around aging Understand how our egos can undermine the lofty intentions of our higher spiritual selves Celebrate the gifts of adulthood and maturity Life Unlimited considers the doubts, fears, and perplexities humans experience in various life situations and illustrates how to ?nd new understanding and guidance. It provides a unique perspective on the subject of aging and longevity.


Preaching Gospel

Preaching Gospel

Preaching Gospel

Author: Charles L. Campbell,Clayton J. Schmit,Mary Hinkle Shore,Jennifer Copeland

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

Isbn 10: 1498207901

Category: Religion

Number of Pages: 262

Number of Views: 818

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Teaching preaching, like preaching itself, is a noble endeavor. After nearly four decades of teaching, Richard Lischer has sent legions of preachers across the world to preach gospel. This volume pays tribute to his faith-filled life of preaching and teaching. The contributors, some of whom were taught by Lischer, have received many laurels themselves, so readers will find in these pages wisdom for preaching from many quarters. Some authors include sermons with helpful commentary about the preaching exercise; some offer essays to illuminate the task of sermon writing; all acknowledge the influence of Richard Lischer on their preaching and teaching endeavors.


Delayed Justice

Delayed Justice

Delayed Justice

Author: Shirlee McCoy

Publisher: Harlequin

Isbn 10: 1488061459

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 224

Number of Views: 1554

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A closed case brings a new threat. Detective Bradley McGregor and his K-9 partner, King, come to the rescue when journalist Sasha Eastman’s targeted by a shooter who looks just like her mother’s murderer. But that killer supposedly died years ago in a shootout with the police. Now it’s up to Bradley and King to protect Sasha…but how can they stop a killer who’s already dead? THE THRILLING TRUE BLUE K-9 UNIT: BROOKLYN SERIES CONCLUSION New York Times Bestselling Author Shirlee McCoy From Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense: Courage. Danger. Faith. True Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn Book 1: Copycat Killer by Laura Scott Book 2: Chasing Secrets by Heather Woodhaven Book 3: Deadly Connection by Lenora Worth Book 4: Explosive Situation by Terri Reed Book 5: Tracking a Kidnapper by Valerie Hansen Book 6: Scene of the Crime by Sharon Dunn Book 7: Cold Case Pursuit by Dana Mentink Book 8: Delayed Justice by Shirlee McCoy


Witching Time

Witching Time

Witching Time

Author: Yasmine Galenorn

Publisher: Nightqueen Enterprises LLC

Isbn 10:

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 244

Number of Views: 705

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It’s Mabon, and Llewellyn’s friends—Marigold and Rain—are running a harvest festival on their farm. Llewellyn and Raven open a vendor’s booth to join in the fun. But Raven soon discovers the farm has a deadly past. When she encounters the spirit of a teenaged girl who was thought to have been a runaway, she quickly discovers the girl was killed. As she attempts to prove the girl was the victim of a deadly ritual gone awry, a series of terrifying paranormal events begins to occur. Raven soon realizes that the spirit of the killer is still lurking on the land, and the race is on. Raven must prove that the girl was murdered before the killer’s ghost strikes again, because he’s willing to sacrifice anyone and anything who threatens to reveal the secrets of his past.


Writing Death and Absence in the Victorian Novel

Writing Death and Absence in the Victorian Novel

Writing Death and Absence in the Victorian Novel

Author: J. Zigarovich

Publisher: Springer

Isbn 10: 1137007036

Category: Literary Criticism

Number of Pages: 199

Number of Views: 1611

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This book asks why Brontë, Dickens, and Collins saw the narrative act as a series of textual murders and resurrections? Drawing on theorists such as Derrida, Blanchot, and de Man, Zigarovich maintains that narrating death was important to the understanding of absence, separation, and displacement in an industrial and destabilized culture.


The Ex Who Saw a Ghost

The Ex Who Saw a Ghost

The Ex Who Saw a Ghost

Author: Sally Berneathy

Publisher: Sally Berneathy

Isbn 10: 193955117X

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 240

Number of Views: 384

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Five bodies in a well. One of them is the brother of a police detective. That man’s ghost is Charley’s new best friend. Amanda is thrilled that Charley can see him. Perhaps this means her ex-husband’s ghost is on his way to the light, to a higher plane, to Oklahoma, to anywhere so long as it’s away from her. But the new ghost isn’t leaving. He has an agenda, and it doesn’t involve finding his killer. Amanda, Charley, Jake, the medium Teresa, and the ghost’s brother Ross must hunt down his murderer before one of them is killed. Charley’s not worried, but the others don’t have his immunity to death.


Gender, Conflict and Reintegration in Uganda

Gender, Conflict and Reintegration in Uganda

Gender, Conflict and Reintegration in Uganda

Author: Allen Kiconco

Publisher: Routledge

Isbn 10: 1000402746

Category: Political Science

Number of Pages: 232

Number of Views: 471

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This book explores what happened when the tens of thousands of girls (now women) abducted by Lord’s Resistance Army and inducted into their campaign of violence against the Ugandan government, returned home. Drawing on extensive original research, the author considers the challenges which the formerly abducted women have encountered upon their return, the strategies which have been used to aid their reintegration, and the enduring stigma of abduction which they continue to suffer from. The author demonstrates that ‘home’, a place of hope and comfort, can also be a hostile environment which leaves formerly abducted women in precarious and vulnerable situations. The many shortcomings in the reintegration process have serious implications for the prospects of post-conflict reconstruction. Analysing reintegration as a long-term and dynamic process which involves complex negotiations and exchanges between hosting communities and formerly abducted women, this book will be of interest to scholars, policymakers and practitioners working in the fields of post-conflict reconstruction, African politics and gender and conflict.