LAPD cop Kate Sexton is back in Hollywood after taking a much needed vacation with her canine partner, Bernie.
Hollywood Games is a puzzle that begins with a tough but vulnerable cop trying to put her life back together. Add in a hyperactive canine partner who’s already sired a love-puppy named Bubba, a new homicide partner who is allergic to dead bodies, and Kate’s meddling best friends, Natalie and Mo, who think they’re the world’s greatest private detectives.
The puzzle pieces are scattered when a high-profile realtor is found murdered, floating in his hot tub, and his partner looks good for the crime.
What’s for dinner? Trader Joe’s ingredients to the rescue, with all the fixings for making meals in a snap. From the authors of the bestselling original “Cooking with All Things Trader Joe’s” cookbook, comes this collection of easy dinner solutions to tame the mealtime rush. Discover new ways to make quick and healthy meals the whole family will love. Mouth-watering full-color photos and nutritional data included for every recipe.
When East Street Firehouse’s new recruit Jagger wanders up to the bar at the local firefighters haunt, he finds a half-naked woman pouring rum on herself. He can’t resist doing a body shot—or six—and a fiery night leads to a morning filled with questions. Like who is she and where can he find her again?
Following a bad breakup, Hanna works hard to keep men at arms’ length, but she can’t get Jagger out of her head. Showing up at firehouse’s building repairs fundraiser definitely isn’t a good idea. Neither is winning his services, which happens to be a day of yard work. Or maybe she’s made the right decision after all—she does have a bush to be trimmed.
Lost and Found, Stories of Christmas is a collection of stories written by Reverend Wendell Mettey for his congregations. While written over a span of years, the stories have a timelessness that appeals to readers of all ages. These simple stories share the emotional journey of characters whose struggles with doubts, fears and resentments cause them to lose hope, but who ultimately find a great gift through the discovery of the true meaning of Christmas. Readers will recognize their own anxieties and concerns in the reactions of the characters and celebrate with them their triumph as they discover the joy of giving… the true spirit of Christmas.
Come take a journey with us into the delights of easy cooking. The point of this cookbook and all our cookbooks is to exemplify the effortless nature of cooking simply.In this book we focus on methods of cooking with Chestnuts. The Easy Chestnut Cookbook is a complete set of simple but very unique Chestnut recipes. You will find that even though the recipes are simple, the tastes are quite amazing.
- Autumn Chestnut Soup
- Homemade Pasta
- Tuesday’s Snack
- Meaty No Meat Stuffing
- 3 Ingredient Bacon Chestnuts
- Brandied Soufflé
- Chestnut Spread
- 4 Ingredient Chestnuts
- How to Roast Chestnuts
- Thursday Dinner Stew
- Cream Cheese Spinach Appetizers
- Thanksgiving Dressing
- Buttery Peas and Chestnuts
- Vegetarian Dream Soup
- Authentic Hungarian Torte
- Brussel Sprouts and Chestnuts
- Golden Raisin and Carrot Appetizer
- Much, much more!
It happened. An elf has been murdered right in the boughs of the Mother tree. Don’t worry; Hank Mossberg is on the case.
San Francisco’s magical undercity is populated by every fantastical creature imaginable: dwarves, elves, centaurs, and thousands of fairies make it their home -but this is no fairy tale. The elven gangsters, street-walking nymphs, and pixie dust addicts will make sure of that. If you think humans invented organized crime, wait until you meet the goblins.
Plumville, Georgia had an order to its way of life, and few ever upset it.
Benjamin Drummond is heir to all Plumville had to offer—wealth, good looks, and a promising career as a future state judge. As a graduating senior at a local college, he’s poised for success, if only he can keep his grades up. With the distractions of playing football, being in a fraternity, and having his pick of the women on campus, he has little incentive to study—until his assigned tutor turns out to be a black girl from his past who’d never left his mind…or heart.
Coralee Simmons is determined to make it out of Plumville with a diploma in her hand and dignity in her stride, despite a social climate determined to stifle both.