Snow-covered mountains, a secluded cabin, and a crackling fire had always given English professor Margaret Daniels what she needed to escape the chaos of the holiday season. Little did she know that when she opened her door for Paul Reynor to carry in a load of firewood, this holiday would turn out to be unlike any other.
The Chosen Knights
(HIGHLY recommend to read prequel first–The Angel Knights)
*** SILVER AWARD WINNER 2016–YA FANTASY–READERS’ FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARD***
A page turning mystery with a supernatural twist that entertains to the last page! ~InD’tale Magazine
(Highly recommend to read prequel first–The Angel Knights)
Any Means Necessary
“Thriller writing at its best. Thriller enthusiasts who relish the precise execution of an international thriller, but who seek the psychological depth and believability of a protagonist who simultaneously fields professional and personal life challenges, will find this a gripping story that’s hard to put down.”
Malevolent: Book 1 in the Cases of Lieutenant Kane Series of Police Procedural Novels
Tampa homicide lieutenant Carl Kane has a tough job. His day-to-day consists of decomposing dead bodies and removing murderers from the general public. But when two women’s bodies are found under similar circumstances, it quickly turns into more than your average case.
THE IRISH COWBOY: A tale of lost love, regret, and personal redemption…
A touching, heartfelt tale of lost love, regret, and personal redemption.
The government wanted his land. He just wanted to be left alone.
Hap Wilkes is a spiritually fractured Montana rancher facing a painful past, an increasingly uncertain future, who now fights with everything left in a broken and failing body to keep the one thing still left to him – his pride..
Sherlock Holmes: The Collection
Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective of the late 19th and early 20th centuries , who first appeared in publication in 1887. He is the creation of Scottish born author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. A brilliant London-based detective, Holmes is famous for his intellectual prowess, and is renowned for his skillful use of deductive reasoning (somewhat mistakenly – see inductive reasoning) and astute observation to solve difficult cases.
The Perfect Imposter
After months of special training and plastic surgery, the CIA substitutes a double for the most influential woman in Cuba.
“The Perfect Imposter is a captivating tale of historical fiction, military espionage, and romantic suspense. Beautifully written, the plot will keep you guessing till the very end.” –Tony Morales, real estate professional and author
The God Complex: A Thriller
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When Cash Harris visits his father for the first time after a fifteen year estrangement, things don’t go anywhere near as planned
The Glass Gargoyle (The Lost Ancients Book 1)
Archeologist Taryn St. Gileshas spent her life mining the ruins of the elves who vanished from the Four Kingdoms a thousand years ago. But when her patrons begin disappearing too—and then turning up dead—she finds herself unemployed, restless, and desperate. So she goes looking for other missing things: as a bounty hunter.
Emotional Habits: The 7 Things Resilient People Do Differently (And How They Can Help You Succeed in Business and Life)
“…boils complex issues and ideas down to concise actionable material.”
~ Thomas Lindey
“…a quick read that can have immediate and long term benefits. The exercises in chapter two are really good. The advice in chapters 3 and 4 is spot on. I’m going to share it with my three sons.”
~ Phil Barth
Pocket Full of Tales
Henry Heitmann is a retired New York City Board of Education Special Education teacher and a teaching supervisor. Many of his poems and short stories have been published in numerous magazines and local news media including the “Sanibel- Captiva Review,” the Florida Gulf Coast University “Mangrove Review,” and the Florida Writers Magazine
Killing the Rising Sun: How America Vanquished World War II Japan
The powerful and riveting new book in the multimillion-selling Killing series by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard
Autumn 1944. World War II is nearly over in Europe but is escalating in the Pacific, where American soldiers face an opponent who will go to any length to avoid defeat..
Apprentice in Death
Lieutenant Eve Dallas returns in a fast-paced new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb
Nature versus nurture…
The shots came quickly, silently, and with deadly accuracy. Within seconds, three people were dead at Central Park’s ice-skating rink. The victims: a talented young skater, a doctor, and a teacher. As random as random can be.
The Things We Wish Were True
In an idyllic small-town neighborhood, a near tragedy triggers a series of dark revelations.
From the outside, Sycamore Glen, North Carolina, might look like the perfect all-American neighborhood. But behind the white picket fences lies a web of secrets that reach from house to house.
Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies
Minerva was the Roman goddess of warriors and wisdom. William McGonagall is celebrated as the worst poet in British history. There was something irresistible to me about his name, and the idea that such a brilliant woman might be a distant relative of the buffoonish McGonagall.’ – J.K. Rowling
A Great Reckoning: A Novel (Chief Inspector Gamache Novel)
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Short Stories from Hogwarts of Power, Politics and Pesky Poltergeists
‘No Muggle Prime Minister has ever set foot in the Ministry of Magic, for reasons most succinctly summed up by ex-Minister Dugald McPhail (term of office 1858-1865): “their puir wee braines couldnae cope wi’ it.”’ – J.K. Rowling.
BOGUE CHITTO FLATS BY JOHN CASE
Bogue Chitto Flats is the first book published by author John Case . In this collection of vibrant and heart-warming short stories, John invites the reader into his tales of the people he knew and the stories he heard while growing up in his hometown in rural Mississippi, where storytelling was an art and most likely the main source of entertainment
Twelve women are dead, and a thirteenth is missing. Detective Ray Reynolds races time to catch a killer. Nothing ties the victims together, except the way in which they died. What Ray discovers blows him away as the battle takes on a supernatural element. There’s just one small catch — evidence points to Ray as the murderer.
From the author of the critically acclaimed Pirates’ Alley Faulkner Wisdom semi-finalist, Lucky Thirteen, comes the second book in The Raiford Chronicles. Police Chief Ray Reynolds did not think there could be a more brutal, heartless killer than Latrice Descartes whom he had encountered fourteen years earlier. His thirteenth wedding anniversary dinner is interrupted by one of his detectives to tell him an old married acquaintance, who also happens to be a United States Senator, has been found murdered in the presence of a much younger woman and that both are missing their hearts. Ray becomes embroiled in another murder mystery that touches even closer to him than the one involving Latrice Descartes.
Frederick Hernandez thought he had opened his eyes, but it was still pitch black. He tried to lift his arm, but he couldn t raise a single limb. He tried to speak, but nothing came out. Gradually, he realized he was moving. Here s your dead guy, a man announced as the moving sensation ceased. Stick him in the vault, another man said. I ve got two autopsies to finish before I can start that one.
“How to Make a Blacksmith’s Bellows” (leather covered)This is a paper back booklet that has 26 pages. Precise dimensions with detailed instructions with many drawings are presented. If a person wants to make a bellows for use in a blacksmith shop, this is the booklet to get.
Growing up in 1850s Alabama, Cooper Waterman longed to become a man of letters – a lofty dream for a handicapped lad who was poor and fatherless, and left school at 13 to become a shoeshine boy. But with his imagination, a notebook and a stub of a pencil, he rose to become a newspaper reporter, eventually going off to serve as a Civil War correspondent.