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Nailed (A Ron Ketchum Mystery Book 1) (paid link)
Ron Ketchum saw his share of the dark side of life as a cop in Los Angeles. Then he left L.A. to become the chief of police in the Sierra Nevada resort town of Goldstrike. One sunny morning in the mountains, though, he comes upon a crime unlike anything he’s ever seen before.
He finds the body of an African American man nailed to a tree.
The victim is a highly respected minister, and his father is the nationally known televangelist Jimmy Thunder. Ron, on the other hand, has described himself in court as a recovering bigot.
Goldstrike’s mayor for life and movie icon, Clay Steadman, wants Ron to catch the killer fast. Adding to the pressure, the victim’s grandmother comes to town. She tells the media mob that has descended on Goldstrike that God will curse the town until the killer is caught.
Life hasn’t been so sweet for Everly Swan over the past couple of years, but now she’s back in her seaside hometown of Charm, North Carolina. The proud new owner of Sun, Sand, and Tea—a café right on the beach—Everly thinks that things are finally starting to look up. Until a grouchy customer turns up dead on the boardwalk with a jar of one of her specialty teas lying right next to him! When an autopsy reports poison in his system, things don’t look good for Everly or her tea shop.
As the townspeople of Charm, formerly so welcoming and homey, turn their back on Everly, she fights to dig up clues about who could have had it in for the former town councilman.
He knows he’s more than just another washed-up ex-cop. Solving a murder will help him prove it…
A straight-shooter who lives on a boat and likes a drink or two, Henry’s frustrated he can’t even land work as a dispatcher. And his job running security for a local baseball team is far from his idea of excitement.
But it pays the bills.
The morning after the season ends, Henry’s at his friend’s bar with a Bloody Mary in one hand and a phone in the other. He takes a call that could change everything…
Turns out a couple of fishermen pulled third baseman Lance Moreau’s body from the St. Johns River. And his teammate’s been arrested for the murder.
The team’s owner turns to Henry to help prove the cops have the wrong man.
Michelle Collins is on a mission to end animal testing, and no guy is going to get in her way. When she kisses a mystery man underneath the mistletoe, it seems like Christmas magic—until she finds out he’s Austin O’Neal, the new marketing director of the pharmaceutical company she’s sworn to destroy.
Austin’s life is a wreck. The ink on his divorce papers is barely dry and his three children are struggling to adjust to a cross-state move. He can’t afford to add his new job to his list of failures, but a local activist group is ruining the company image he was hired to improve. He thought life couldn’t possibly get messier—until he kisses Michelle.
Secret Seduction (Secret Series Book 1) (paid link)
To Katie life was simple. She wanted a little house in upper Boston, and four kids fathered by her best friend Jason, who she’s been infatuated with since she was eight. After a devastating family secret is exposed, all she wants now is to escape the media hype that follows her everywhere she turns. Leaving her family, friends, and Jason behind, she travels to places she’s only read about, to find a father she’s never known.
Jason is on a mission and he’s come halfway around the world to complete it. Despite his feelings for Katie, he won’t let her resistance deter him, even if it means she’ll never trust him again. As their world spirals out of control, their relationship will be tested and changed forever. If he can keep them alive and out of harm’s way, he may have a chance to make everything right.
An International drug cartel is poisoning the USA.
An underground organization seeks justice.
Only one man can make things right. .
Michael Falau is a man of many talents. Unfortunately his black ops skills along with horrific flashbacks from his past exclude him from society.
But when an old friend asks Falau to join him in a clandestine organization delivering justice, the tables are turned; and society welcomes him with open arms.
Most Likely To Die (paid link)
A Killer Who Gets Away With Murder Once. . .
It’s been twenty years since the night Jake Marcott was brutally murdered at St. Elizabeth High School. It’s a night that shattered the lives of Lindsay Farrell, Kirsten Daniels, and Rachel Alsace. It’s a night they’ll never forget. A killer will make sure of that. . .
Finds It Easier To Kill Again. . .
A 20-year reunion has been scheduled for St. Elizabeth’s. For some alumni, very special invitations have been sent: their smiling senior pictures slashed by an angry red line. . .
And Again. . .And Again. . .
Sarah St. John really rather loathes rakes. The self-satisfied smirks. The sly predatory gazes. Oh, and the constant witty banter rife with double meaning. But in the spirit of the season, she’ll welcome this admittedly handsome viscount into her home.
How far would you go for vengeance?
It’s V-E Day 1946 in London. World War II is long over, and former spy Livy Nash is celebrating with her third drink before noon. She went to war to kill Nazis. Dropped behind enemy lines as a courier, she quickly became one of the toughest agents in France. But her war ended with betrayal and the execution of the man she loved. Now, Livy spends her days proofreading a demeaning advice column for little ladies at home, and her nights alone with black market vodka.
But everything changes when she meets the infamous Ian Fleming. The man who will create the world’s most sophisticated secret agent has an agenda of his own and sends Livy back to France with one task: track down the traitor who killed the only man she ever loved.
Is change possible? Where will it come from? Can we actually make a difference? How do we remain hopeful?
Howard Zinn—activist, historian, and author of A People’s History of the United States—was a participant in and chronicler of some of the landmark struggles for racial and economic justice in US history. In his memoir, You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train, Zinn reflects on more than thirty years of fighting for social change, from his teenage years as a laborer in Brooklyn to teaching at Spelman College, where he emerged in the civil rights movement as a powerful voice for justice. A former bombardier in World War II, he later became an outspoken antiwar activist, spirited protestor, and champion of civil disobedience. Throughout his life, Zinn was unwavering in his belief that “small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.”
With easy-to-understand practical techniques and actual case studies, Dr. Murphy teaches you to apply and direct its awesome power to achieve all your goals and dreams.
Since its first publication in 1963, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind has inspired millions of readers to unlock the unseen forces and invisible power within them.