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An English Lieutenant fights for his soul during WWI. A refugee nurse fights for her very survival. Less than a mile from the grisly trenches of France, their paths cross and their destinies intertwine. Can love survive a world shattered by war, greed, and the lust for power?
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Forensic handwriting expert Claudia Rose is swept up in a deadly and dangerous case–and if Claudia isn’t careful, this case could be her last… Intelligent and engaging, bristling with tension, twists and turns, Written Off is a grabs readers on the first page and doesn’t let go.
It’s 2096, and the most famous woman in the United American State, Marlowe Kana, has just been convicted of treason. The country watches with bated breath as Kana, a “United America’s Next Top Soldier” Hall-of-Famer, launches on an epic revenge campaign which glues every citizen to the Feeds 24/7!
When Megan McConnell discovers a time telephone, she embarks on a high-stakes quest to save her mother’s life by calling her before a deadly bomb blast in Afghanistan. A YA coming-of-age novel about a teenage girl confronting feelings of rejection and abandonment.
The Time Telephone was a short and yet insightful read about love and loss that explores how one might go about changing the past given the opportunity and the need to come to terms with difficult truths about the people we love. It would be suitable for adults and young teens.
“this strikes me as a finely crafted story…I rate it as a superior novel and recommend it to anyone who appreciates the challenge of an unflinching mystery. Certainly I was repeatedly surprised.” —Multiple NYT bestseller Piers Anthony
Whether you’re a fan of sci-fi fan, hard-boiled detective stories, or mysteries, this book will appeal to you. Yes, it crosses genre lines, but in such a seamless manner and with such elegant prose, even purists of any one of those genres will be satisfied. But, don’t grab this if you’re looking for a cozy mystery. The violence isn’t gratuitous but some of it is graphic. The superb writing and editing (the few errors stand out because of their paucity), and complex plotting of The Last Detective make it a great read for anyone who enjoys an exciting who-done-it.
After five campers are hacked to death in their sleep in a national park campground, FBI Special Agent Cal Bocock learns nothing is as it seems at Elkmont. Bocock and his companions are pitted against an ancient evil that has been haunting the mist shrouded mountains since colonial days.