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When a beautiful Hollywood starlet is brutally murdered, LAPD homicide detective Gabe Quinn is tasked with catching her killer.
At first, everything points to her murder being an act of random madness. But after the killer slays another rising star and then posts movie clips of the two murders online, it’s clear his motive is more than just revenge. He wants the world to marvel at his handiwork.
With the Star Strangler making headlines, the high-profile case is put under a public microscope, casting Gabe into the media spotlight. The Hollywood elite are dying.
Ever since my marriage ended, I’ve kept relationships at arm’s length.
But after meeting stuntman Steven French and staring into his hypnotic eyes, I know I could easily jump into his arms. So I did.
On the beach.
Best decision Ever.
Now, despite all odds, we’re creating our own version of Eden.
But just like any garden….this one has a snake.
Good girls don’t smoke
Good girls get their immunisations
Good girls die in the first five minutes of the zombie apocalypse
It’s a good thing that Charlotte’s only been pretending to be a good girl. Her naughty streak is either going to save her life, or get her devoured. And there are worse things going bump in the night, than the red-eyes.
A suspenseful, sexy and sinful road-trip to the end of the world and back again. iT’s science fiction meets horror meets comedy and a romp to end all romps!
The Florida Papers delivers a memorable experience in this courageous story about overcoming life’s greatest challenges.
Loathsome, broke, and angry for being crippled in a car accident, a struggling writer sets out on a trip to Florida with his overbearing father. What follows is an unforgettable week of self-discovery and a chance at true love in the most unlikely of places.
Ride shotgun, laugh out loud, and learn what it takes to be the best you, no matter the odds. This impactful book stares down issues like depression, chronic pain, and loneliness without losing its sense of humor.
There is nothing sweeter and more passionate than youthful love. But when Caroline’s father discovers that she has fallen in love with a footman, he will forbid them from seeing each other ever again. When her plan to run away fails miserably, she’s left with nothing. But being a rather young and rebellious woman, she doesn’t want to compromise with what is socially expected of her. When her childhood love finally returns, will she defy her father’s will and make her own path following her heart?
Years ago, William had no other option than to leave Caroline forever, being intimidated by Lord Canton. When he comes back home, regretful for his action but, at the same time, wealthy and with a great reputation, he is ready to propose and revive their flaming childhood love.
Sheriff Jesse Turner of Canon City watches over a peaceful town, where townsmen have nothing to worry about. Little does he know that this serene place will soon be at risk, threatened by vicious criminals. When a team of outlaw brothers commit a bank robbery, the Sheriff’s life is turned upside down, as he needs to find the criminals and prevent their next heist. Will Jesse Turner manage to accomplish his most challenging mission and arrest the outlaws before it’s too late?
When the Sheriff captures one of the robbers, he will be shocked to find out that the outlaw is actually a very beautiful young woman. For her own sake, the Sheriff is convinced of her innocence, but unfortunately, her nightmare is not over yet. Her life is in terrible danger, as a mysterious stranger wants her dead at the earliest opportunity.
In December 1943 with the rising realization that the Allies are planning to invade Fortress Europe, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel is assigned the title of General Inspector for the Atlantic Wall. His mission is to assess their readiness.
What he finds disgusts him. The famed Atlantikwall is nothing but a paper tiger, woefully unprepared for the forces being massed across the English Channel. His task—to turn back the Allied invasion—already seems hopeless.
His superior, theater commander, crusty old Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt, who had led the Reich to victory in the early years of the war, is now fed up with the whole Nazi regime. He lives comfortably in a plush villa in a quiet Paris suburb, waiting for the inevitable Allied invasion that will bring about their final defeat.
Christians who want to take the next step in their faith walk need look no further. It’s time to ante up and go all in with God.
The Gospel costs nothing. You can’t earn it or buy it. It can only be received as a free gift, which is compliments of God’s grace. It doesn’t cost anything, but it demands everything. It demands that we go “all in,” putting all that we have into God’s hands.
But why do so many Christians hesitate to do that? And when did we start believing that the Gospel is an insurance plan? We’re afraid that if we go all in that we might miss out on what life has to offer. But Jesus did not die to keep us safe. He died to make us dangerous.
In the dead-end Canadian town of Bleak Landing, twelve-year-old Irish immigrant Bridget O’Sullivan lives in a ramshackle house and dreams of another life, even as the Great Depression rages. Routinely beaten by her father and bullied by schoolmate Victor Harrison, the waifish yet fiery redhead vows to run away and never return. Just a few short years later, run she does—fleeing the unspeakable repercussions of her father’s gambling. In Winnipeg, Bridget lands a job at a garment factory, the first step on her journey to shed her past and begin anew.
When her father dies, Bridget—now a striking and accomplished woman—returns home to claim her inheritance. But she has no identification to prove her stake, and no one in town recognizes her—except Victor, who has become a pastor and a candidate for town mayor.
What makes a story a story? What is style? What’s the connection between realism and real life? These are some of the questions James Wood answers in How Fiction Works, the first book-length essay by the preeminent critic of his generation. Ranging widely—from Homer to David Foster Wallace, from What Maisie Knew to Make Way for Ducklings—Wood takes the reader through the basic elements of the art, step by step.
The result is nothing less than a philosophy of the novel—plainspoken, funny, blunt—in the traditions of E. M. Forster’s Aspects of the Novel and Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style. It sums up two decades of insight with wit and concision. It will change the way you read.
Most business owners are blindly guessing at their social media strategy, and it’s costing them time and money. Based on Donald Miller’s bestselling book Building a StoryBrand, Claire Diaz-Ortiz applies the seven principles of the StoryBrand Framework to help you build an effective, long-lasting social media plan for your brand.
Social Media Success for Every Brand teaches readers how to incorporate the StoryBrand 7-Part Framework into their social media channels to increase engagement and see better results. Readers will understand exactly what they need to do with their social media to drive growth to their organization through the practical guidance of the five-point SHARE model:
A Wolf Called Romeo is the true story of the exceptional black wolf who spent seven years interacting with the people and dogs of Juneau, Alaska, living on the edges of their community, engaging in an improbable, awe-inspiring interspecies dance, and bringing the wild into sharp focus.
When Romeo first appeared, author Nick Jans and the other citizens of Juneau were wary, but as Romeo began to tag along with cross-country skiers on their daily jaunts, play fetch alongside local dogs, or simply lie near Nick and nap under the sun on a quiet afternoon, Nick and the rest of Juneau came to accept Romeo, and he them. Part memoir, part moving animal narrative, part foray into the mystique, lore, science, and history of the wolf, A Wolf Called Romeo is a book no animal lover should miss.