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Detective John Jordan thought he had put murder investigation behind him for good—his own good. Leaving Atlanta, he returns to Florida in search of the serenity that has so long eluded him.
Until he witnesses the shocking and bizarre death of an inmate in state prison custody and is asked to find a missing mom by her young children. John realizes he can’t run from his true calling any longer. Now he must determine if the suspicious death he witnessed is murder, accident, or suicide and what really happened to Candace Miles on the night she vanished off the face of the earth—even if it costs him his life to do so.
Emilia Cruz clawed her way up the ladder to become the first female police detective in Acapulco. She’ll fight to keep the job, too, even if her lieutenant is a dirty cop and the other detectives want to kick her out.
When the lieutenant is murdered, Emilia is assigned to lead the investigation. Soon the man’s sordid sex life, money laundering, and involvement in a kidnapping double-cross combine to create an ugly mess no one wants exposed.
The high profile murder case could wreck Emilia’s career. Under pressure from Acapulco’s ambitious mayor and the head of the police union, Emilia faces the ultimate choice. Truth or survival?
The day his wife died, Sheriff Cash Hill discovered she was leaving him for another man, one she’d loved since before their marriage. How could the single dad ever trust another woman again? But when Georgia’s best friend, Holly, comes back to town, something about Holly’s sweet, sassy vulnerability has his protective instincts kicking in hard.
Holly Jensen left La Colina, Texas with regrets. She’s returned home to work as the new large animal vet and to watch over her best friend’s daughter. But Holly’s knowledge of Georgia’s past could rip a family apart. And she’s reluctant to go to the sexy…and single…sheriff, as he’s made it clear he wants nothing to do with her.
About once in every decade, a book comes along that changes not only the way you think but also your future take on mankind.
– THIS IS NOT THAT BOOK!
“Who am I and why should you buy this book? Well, first off, try and steal a copy from a friend. A friend you don’t like and one you think will forget to ask for the book back. If that fails, then you should buy this book because most of the good movies have already been re-made and you can tell friends, without lying, that you read.”
From IKEA (the original ‘Escape Room’) to Flying Cars, Shipping Kittens to Cheesecake Factory (you can’t be good at everything), Dog People vs. Cat People to settling the great Miracle Whip vs. Mayonnaise debate (there is only one correct answer). Plus, you will finally learn how to win that crappy cocktail game, “If you could have dinner with anyone, who would you choose?” – These are the topics (and many more) that keep author Fred Rewey up at night.
But at three miles below the surface, where the rocks are so hot they burn bare skin, something has been waiting for centuries. Waiting … and guarding. Kirkland and EarthCore are about to find out firsthand why this treasure has never been unearthed.
Kids walk into schools full of wonder and questions. How you, as an educator, respond to students’ natural curiosity can help further their own exploration and shape the way they learn today and in the future.
The traditional system of education requires students to hold their questions and compliantly stick to the scheduled curriculum. But our job as educators is to provide new and better opportunities for our students. It’s time to recognize that compliance doesn’t foster innovation, encourage critical thinking, or inspire creativity—and those are the skills our students need to succeed.
We all make mistakes. Some we can fix.
But what happens when we can’t?
Decades ago, as Nazi planes dominated the sky, Lily Verner made a terrible choice. She’s tried to forget, but now an unexpected event pulls her back to the 1940s British countryside. She finds herself remembering the brilliant colors of the silk she helped to weave at her family’s mill, the relentless pressure of the worsening war, and the kind of heartbreaking loss that stops time.
In this evocative novel of love and consequences, Lily finally confronts the disastrous decision that has haunted her all these years. The Last Telegram uncovers the surprising truth about how the stories we weave about our lives are threaded with truth, guilt, and forgiveness.
How did a secretary, a firefighter, a retired naval officer, a housewife, a construction worker, a schoolteacher, and a pharmacist become wealthy? Bestselling author Ric Edelman has studied the wealth-making habits of these and 5,000 other ordinary Americans.What he found is revealed for the first time in this book: the eight great secrets to attaining wealth.
This extraordinary book is filled with the advice of everyday people—people like your own friends and neighbors—who entered the world of personal finance, often with no real plan at the start, but who found ways to accumulate astonishing amounts of money.
Cultural commentator John Strausbaugh’s The Village is the first complete history of Greenwich Village, the prodigiously influential and infamous New York City neighborhood.
From the Dutch settlers and Washington Square patricians, to the Triangle Shirtwaist fire and Prohibition-era speakeasies; from Abstract Expressionism and beatniks, to Stonewall and AIDS, the connecting narratives of The Village tell the story of America itself.
Illustrated with historic black-and-white photographs, The Village features lively, well-researched profiles of many of the people who made Greenwich Village famous.