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Retired cop Jacqueline “Jack” Daniels and her ex-criminal husband Phineas Troutt have made a lot of enemies over the years. But none worse than The Cowboy, a gunslinging nutcase who wants to slaughter them both, and Hugo Troutt, a gang leader who has been plotting revenge against his younger brother for over a decade.
Separately, these baddies are formidable. Together, they are unstoppable.
But Jack has even more hell to deal with. She and her former partner, private eye Harry McGlade, are in L.A. chasing an insane plastic surgeon who specializes in disfiguring his victims. And Jack’s colleague Tom Mankowski has problems of his own with a snuff film auteur named Erinyes.
What do you do at the end of the world?
Do you fight? Do you run? Or do you say “Well, it was fun while it lasted” grab a bottle of your choice and ride out the storm in style!
You never know which choice will be your salvation or possibly the cause of it.
A short Novella by WJ Lundy for the Halloween Season! Sit back, pop a top and enjoy The Deadly Thirst.
A missing husband.
A plot to blow up a national treasure.
Fortune telling aunts.
Mary Catherine, MC for short, didn’t move as the Queen of Boca Vista, Babbs La-Fleur, placed a pile of cash, which appeared out of a purse she knew cost more than her car, smack dab in the middle of her desk.
Word at all the cocktail parties was that MC had a skill that came in handy for an aging socialite going through a divorce. She was good at finding cash in hidden bank accounts. Cash to pay for a nip and tuck and a new identity: Cougar.
Cat Milnick’s Summer To-Do List
1. Get my new brewpub up and running.
2. Ignore the wickedly handsome Dom Wilde and his kinky furniture.
3. No more carpenter puns. Screw and hammer. Tongue and groove. Nail gun.
4. Focus on the beer.
5. Remember: If I fail, I’ll have to go back to working for my evil ex-boyfriend.
6. Don’t get turned on when Dom calls me his little spitfire in his sexy, smoky growl.
And above all, don’t get too attached to his…ahem…‘hard wood.’
Bookworm Anna thinks she’s found the love of her life. But when her fiancé’s philandering ways shatter their happy future, she decides she’s through playing the victim. Now, rather than read about life, she wants to live it—starting with a sabbatical from her editing job in Chicago to travel the world. But the past refuses to let her go so easily.
He’s still picking up the pieces after the woman he loved walked away from him.
Holden is content with his life as the owner of an English Inn, living his new and peaceful normal. That is, at least, until Anna stumbles into his life, and he’s overwhelmed by a desire to learn all he can about her.
Claire Baskerville is a sixty-something American who finds herself alone in Paris when her husband is brutally murdered. Reeling from the onslaught of devastating secrets he left behind Claire is stunned to realize she no longer knows who to trust.
She only knows she can’t move forward until she finds out the truth behind who killed her husband.
In spite of a genetic brain anomaly that makes it impossible for her to remember faces –even ones she’d seen just moments before, and all alone in a foreign city, Claire doggedly collects the clues that will lead her to her husband’s killer.
Every night he comes to the ledge.
So far, he hasn’t jumped.
Sarah watches him from her window, unable to look away.
Will tonight will be the night that his body hurtles through space and crashes to the ground in a failed attempt to fly?
Standing between heaven and hell, life and death, eighteen-year-old Brendan massages the ledge, arms outstretched, contemplating suicide.
Cutting isn’t cutting it. Drugs can’t numb the pain.
Freelance writer Emily Garland is cash-strapped, newly single, and tired of reporting on the same old condo stats. When she’s offered a lucrative assignment in the village of Lount’s Landing, she decides to take a chance. All she has to do is relocate and uncover the real story behind a proposed redevelopment plan. What could possibly go wrong?
Plenty, as it turns out. Not everyone is happy with real estate mogul Garrett Stonehaven’s plans to convert an old schoolhouse into a mega-box store. At the top of the list is Arabella Carpenter, the outspoken owner of The Glass Dolphin antiques shop, who will do just about anything to preserve the integrity of the town’s historic Main Street.
Discover the audacity to be comfortable and confident with every relationship status.
Single—that does not mean broken, lonely, or desperate. Even if for extended periods, being single doesn’t mean that you’re bitter or hard to love. Reading Single That gives you an eye-opening, insider perspective on women and dating that will expose these and many other toxic myths.
Single That empowers you to refuse being defined by whether or not you have a significant other. Never again will you accept ideas meant to reduce your self-worth, because this practical guide eliminates them one-by-one. Whether dating, divorced, in a relationship, or learning how to be alone, you’ll receive fearless support in the belief that you’re enough.