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In the future, there is no need for sleep.
Zentransa, a revolutionary pill, gives its users the ability to live a true 24 hour day…fully awake. Only a few can get the Z pill, however, and society revolves around those that do.
Not everyone is happy about it. One Front for the People are terrorists hell-bent on rebalancing the world’s economic and social scales by eliminating the pill that they consider to be a plague.
Martin Aubrey is a former cop living with regret. His mistake in a firefight took the life of another officer. Now, he longs to wear the badge again. He’d do anything to get another chance to serve.
The boys help Spenser go after three targets at the same time, then find themselves being hunted by a group of mercenaries working for Vince Ryker.
Tanner discovers Tang’s connection with Dalton Geary.
YOUNG GUNS – Legends aren’t born, they’re made.
Will Rosser is smart.
Will Rosser is creative.
Will Rosser is driven.
He sounds a whole lot like his older brother, Jon Scott, who’s successful and well on his way to a good life after the hardships their family faced growing up.
One event is all it takes to change Will’s trajectory, though.
Will Rosser is at a Crossroads.
Mark Bell is a top Beverly Hills criminal defense attorney. He becomes obsessed with proving his wife Kat’s loyalty after discovering a hidden cache of journals and intimate photos which document a sexual appetite she has never shared with him, even though they have been married for ten years.
Mark broods over Kat’s journals – until fate provides a way for him to test Kat’s loyalty.
It’s brilliant – as long as Kat never finds out.
When Lucy Pickett arrives at Blackwell Manor to tend to her ailing cousin, Kate, she finds more than she bargained for. A restless ghost roams the hallways, werewolves have been reported in the area, and vampires lurk across the Scottish border.
Lord Miles himself is clearly hiding a secret. He is brash and inhospitable and does not take kindly to visitors—even one as smart and attractive as Miss Pickett. He is unsettled by the mysterious deaths of his new wife, Clara, and his sister, Marie. Could Miles himself be to blame for the deaths?
When you visit The Farm Cooking School you’ll not only leave with a full stomach, but having learned something new.
The Farm Cooking School is packed with many of the same lessons you’d learn in person at the school, taught through more than 100 delicious recipes.
You’ll learn how to make the flakiest pie crust for peerless summer pies, use fresh farm eggs for sweet, airy pavlova, and highlight what’s growing now with scratch-made pizzas and pastas. Smoking, salt-roasting, pickling, and preserving are all part of the fun. Yet it’s the way Ian and Shelley employ these techniques that make their classes, and this book, so much fun. Brine nasturtium buds for creative “capers”, or try the hot-smoked oysters with a dollop of harissa butter and you’ll agree!
From Bible teacher John MacArthur, a revelatory exploration of what the apostle Paul actually taught about the Good News of Jesus.
The apostle Paul penned a number of very concise, focused passages in his letters to the early church that summarize the gospel message in just a few well-chosen words. Each of these key texts has a unique emphasis highlighting some essential aspect of the Good News of Jesus Christ. The chapters in this revelatory new book closely examine those vital gospel texts, one verse at a time.
In the summer of 1944, a handpicked group of young GIs—including such future luminaries as Bill Blass, Ellsworth Kelly, Arthur Singer, Victor Dowd, Art Kane, and Jack Masey—landed in France to conduct a secret mission. Armed with truckloads of inflatable tanks, a massive collection of sound-effects records, and more than a few tricks up their sleeves, their job was to create a traveling road show of deception on the battlefields of Europe, with the German Army as their audience.
From Normandy to the Rhine, the 1,100 men of the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, known as the Ghost Army, conjured up phony convoys, phantom divisions, and make-believe headquarters to fool the enemy about the strength and location of American units.