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Sewing Can Be Dangerous and Other Small Threads
These eleven short stories range from drug traffickers using hand-woven wallets, to a U.S. slave sewing freedom codes into her quilts.
From a cruise ship murder mystery with a quilt instructor and a NYPD police detective, to a couple hiding Christian passports into a comforter in Nazi Germany.
From an old Salem Witchcraft wedding quilt curse to a young seamstress in the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire.
All is not well at The Last Stop Retirement Home . . .
Aster, a long-time resident known for his intellectual prowess, is in the middle of a downward spiral for the ages after his wife leaves him for the resident heartthrob.
Down the hall, Ms. Fisher, fresh out of an unpleasant hospital stay, is convinced that her daughter and son-in-law are trying to kill her.
Lead Nurse, Cassandra, is busy building a better life for herself when she learns that her ex boyfriend has been released early from prison.
A widowed detective with nothing to lose. A hitman no one suspects.
Noah Daugherty’s life has been nothing but tragedy. All the detective has to remember his dead family by is his late wife’s irritating Yorkie. Pushed to the brink of suicide, the only things keeping him alive are a pledge to atone for past sins and an unsolved murder case…
When Noah and his partner take the case, it seems open and closed. A beautiful young socialite has been found dead in her car, and all signs point to her husband. But Noah’s gut urges him to look closer…
After discovering a deadly scheme, Noah catches the real killer’s attention. The hitman is more than willing to strike again to keep his secrets. As Noah grapples with the decision to choose life over death, his murderous pursuer may not give him the choice…
Sub-Prime: a short story of our times.
Far more than a love story – this is a story about love.
A #1 Kindle Best Seller in Short Stories.
Two powerless beings are swept together in a transient struggle for survival. Could the human spirit transcend the brutality and indifference of their brief experience before they are once again swept helplessly apart?
Journalist Alex Derksen’s new assignment in Tanzania should be easy, but he soon finds himself on the wrong side of the news. It starts when he meets Ranna, a beautiful photographer with something to hide. Alex stopped believing in love a long time ago, yet here in the middle of East Africa, it’s found him again.
Alex knows a thing or two about chaos—wherever he goes, it follows. When an IT billionaire washes up onshore after seasonal flooding, he finds himself at the center of an investigation with Ranna as the main suspect. It turns out she may have a good reason for hiding her past.
Wherever she goes, murder follows.
Eternity Base: The Green Berets: Dave Riley #5
Maverick federal employee Sammy Pintella, obsessed with uncovering the fate of her MIA father, makes a startling discovery while rifling through some inactive government files. A dozen, faded black and white photos seem to point to the existence of a secret US Military base built in the frozen wastelands of Antarctica during the height of the Cold War.
Aided by Special Forces veteran Dave Riley, she heads for Antarctica. But they aren’t alone. Spies, North Koreans, and other shadowy forces are also en route, because deep inside Eternity Base is something people will go to extreme lengths to get: a cache of nuclear warheads.
Aboard the spacecraft Leonora Christine, fifty crewmembers, half men and half women, have embarked on a journey of discovery like no other to a planet thirty light-years away. Since their ship is not capable of traveling faster than light, the crew will be subject to the effects of time dilation and relativity. They will age five years on board the ship before reaching their destination, but thirty-three years will pass on Earth. Experienced scientists and researchers, they have come to terms with the time conditions of their space travel.
Until . . . the Leonora Christine passes through an uncharted nebula, which damages the engine, making it impossible to decelerate the ship on the second half of their trip. To survive, the crewmembers have no choice but to bypass their destination and continue to accelerate toward the speed of light.
When Luke Brenner takes an off-the-books job on the MacKenzie-Delta joint task force, he has one goal: shut down sex traffickers on his personal hunt for retribution. This operation brings him closer than he’s ever been to avenge his first love, who was taken, sold, and likely dead.
Madeleine Mercier is the daughter of an infamous cartel conglomerate. Their family bleeds money, they sell pleasure, they sell people. She knows no other life, sees no escape, except for one. Maddy is the only person who can take down Papa, when every branch of law enforcement in every country, is on her father’s payroll.
It’s evil. To want to ruin, to murder, her family. But that’s what she is.
Some people spend their whole lives looking for the right partner. Nate Schaper found his in high school. In the eight months since their cautious flirting became a real, heart-pounding, tell-the-parents relationship, Nate and Adam have been inseparable. Even when local kids take their homophobia to brutal levels, Nate is undaunted. He and Adam are rock solid. Two parts of a whole. Yin and yang.
But when Adam graduates and takes an off-Broadway job in New York–at Nate’s insistence–that certainty begins to flicker. Nate’s friends can’t keep his insecurities at bay, especially when he catches Skyped glimpses of Adam’s shirtless roommate.
Mika Stillwater is a midlevel earth elemental with ambitions of becoming a quartz artisan, and her hard work is starting to get noticed. But when a panicked baby gargoyle bursts into her studio, insisting Mika is the only person she’ll trust with her desperate mission, Mika’s carefully constructed five-year plan is shattered.
Swept into the gritty criminal underworld of Terra Haven, Mika jeopardizes everything she’s work so hard for as she attempts to save the baby gargoyle from the machinations of a monster—and to stay alive…
Funny, sad, loud, and quiet, each of these poems resounds with a booming, boisterous, joyful noise.
The poems resound with the pulse of the cicada and the drone of the honeybee. They can be fully appreciated by an individual reader, but they’re particularly striking when read aloud by two voices, making this an ideal pick for classroom use. Eric Beddows′s vibrant drawings send each insect soaring, spinning, or creeping off the page in its own unique way.
With Joyful Noise, Paul Fleischman created not only a fascinating guide to the insect world but an exultant celebration of life.
Many LinkedIn books focus solely on creating a killer profile. But LinkedIn is not a spectator event. You can’t just show up and wait for people to come to you.
LinkedIn is a professional networking community, and opportunities abound to make real money and advance your career. In addition to helping you create a magnetic, professional profile, this book will show you how to develop a comprehensive strategy for achieving your business and career goals.
Over 100,000 professionals have already used Breitbarth’s LinkedIn secrets to land lucrative new customers and top-notch employees, grow their businesses and brands, and find great new jobs. And most people have only scratched the surface of LinkedIn’s potential.
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