Trouble comes calling from Nate Romanowski's past in the Special Forces, and the colleague he once called friend won't stop until those who know a deadly secret are silenced. Everyone close to Nate is at risk, including Joe Pickett and his family. To save them, Nate will have to convince law-abiding Joe to finally break a few rules along the way.
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Ten years ago, a jury found Michael Hart guilty of murdering his wife. Confined to a state hospital for the criminally insane, Michael has never stopped insisting on his innocence--even though his memories of the trial are murky and his nights are plagued by bad dreams and sleepwalking. After years of being tormented by doctors who believe he is guilty, Michael finally gets his chance to prove them wrong--by escaping. Hiding in a safehouse, Michael must rely on two allies to find an alibi. One is a beautiful woman who believes his story and is willing to gamble her life to help him. The other is Michael's brother, an attorney at law who's at risk of losing everything. But all the evidence in the world won't be enough to overturn twelve guilty verdicts Not when the members of Michael's jury begin to get brutally murdered.
When movie star Mercedes Calder drowns in her pool, her identical twin sister Marcie poses as Mercedes, discovers the starlet's shocking secrets, and tries to outwit a crazed killer.
A mild-mannered car salesman. A womanizing bartender. A beloved minister with a devoted family. Except for the fact that each of the murder victims is male, Minnesota police can't find a connection between the crimes. But that's because what links them can't be seen with the naked eye. Losing everything can make a person do crazy things. No one knows that better than Connie Wilson. The shock of suddenly losing her fiance, Alan, in a car accident, is almost too much bearUntil Connie comes up with a plan to stay close to Alan forever. And she's finally found just the man to help her. There's only one thing standing in her way: his wife. She's smart, beautiful, and has exactly what Connie desperately needs. Connie will just have to be smarter, more seductive-and stay one step ahead of a detective who's as determined to save her as Connie is to destroy her.
Rushdie pens the story of a European traveler and the extraordinary tale he shares with 16th-century Mughal emperor Akbar the Great. The traveler claims to be the son of a Mughal princess forgotten by time. If his tale is true, what happened to the princess?
Death stalks the wealthy residents of a secluded condominium complex in the form of a sly killer who takes advantage of an avalanche to pick off the trapped residents one by one.
When Dr. Elias decides to kill the patients he cannot cure, eight of his patients, who are close to losing their tenuous grip of sanity, must face the madness within to stay alive.
Candy cane murder: when a trail of candy canes leads to a corpse outfitted in a Santa suit on a snowy bank, Hannah Swensen sets out to discover who killed Kris Kringle.
Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett is glad to catch up with old friend Lyle Pendergast, but then the man goes missing and is named a suspect in the death of two EPA employees. All signs point to Lyle's guilt, but the more Joe digs into the case, the more he realizes he's stepped into the middle of a deadly power play.
When the call comes, the Men of the Sisterhood drop everything to help their friends. This time it's Cyrus, their four-legged hound dog and unofficial mascot. While member Joe Espinosa is driving along an isolated country road with Cyrus in tow, he catches a glimpse of movement in the woods bordering the road and notes Cyrus pawing desperately at the car window. As soon as he pulls over to investigate, Cyrus bolts out the door and leads Joe to three children clustered together---bedraggled, silent, and scared out of their wits. As soon as he has brought the children to safety, Espinosa arranges an urgent meeting. Charles, Abner, Jack, Dennis, Harry and the rest of the crew gather at BOLO headquarters to hear a shocking story that confirms their worst suspicions. Many more children are still in danger. But in order to protect and avenge the victims, the team must use more cunning than ever before. With so many vulnerable young lives at stake, one mistake would be too many...
Based on exclusive interviews with the president and his staff, Ronald Kessler tells the real story of what Donald Trump is like, who influences him, how he makes decisions, what he says about the people around him, and how he operates when the television lights go off.
Three American women, new friends, all older single women, have taken a lease on a stone manse in Tuscany. They are escaping, reinventing, and reevaluating the fates expected of them as aging women in America. They are novices in a foreign culture, figuring out the day to day, but what they share is a gusto for life and a sturdy if indefinite determination to thrive. Released from their former lives, encouraging each other, and finding a lot of 'why not' courage, each woman becomes more than she'd dreamed she'd be.
After her eighteen-year-old sister is found murdered at the bottom of the family pool, Aline unknowingly makes herself a target when she teams up with the prosecutor's office to uncover the truth.
Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs return to New York City from their honeymoon in Italy to discover a killer is terrorizing New York City. Dubbed the Fiancé Killer, their latest foe targets newly engaged couples by following them into jewelry stores, ending the couples' lives just before they can purchase the ring that symbolizes the future that will never be theirs. As panic grips the city, Rhyme and Sachs quickly spring into action with the full weight of the NYPD backing up the pair's forensic brilliance. But the killer proves elusive, and his agenda is much more than first meets the eye. Soon it becomes clear that the closer Rhyme and Sachs draw to the killer, the closer the killer draws to them.
While Amos Decker and his FBI colleague Alex Jamison visit Alex's sister in Baronville, Pennsylvania, Amos discovers two dead men in a nearby house, but finds the police and unseen forces are stonewalling the investigation.
Noah Alderman, widower and single father, has remarried a wonderful woman, Maggie. But their lives are turned upside down when Maggie's teenage daughter moves in with them. Unbeknownst to everyone, Anna is not simply a selfish beauty, but a dangerously disturbed one. When she turns up dead, Noah is tried for the heinous crime while Maggie searches for the truth, but what she discovers is darker than she could have ever imagined.
More than a quarter-century before September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center was immortalized by an act of unprecedented daring and beauty. In August 1974, a young Frenchman named Philippe Petit boldly, and illegally, fixed a rope between the tops of the still-young Twin Towers, a quarter mile off the ground. At daybreak, thousands of spectators gathered to watch in awe and adulation as he traversed the rope a full eight times in the course of an hour. Petit recounts the six years he spent preparing for this achievement. It is a fitting tribute to those lost, but not forgotten, symbols of human aspiration; the Twin Towers.
When Colin Riordan is caught in a devastating helicopter crash, Virgin River seems like the ideal place to recover--both physically and emotionally. But when PR guru Jillian Matlock, who rents a Victorian home down the street, finds Colin trespassing, an instant connection blossoms between them--which leads to more than either expects.
A killer is targeting women who resemble the stars of Alfred Hitchock movies, and is videotaping himself killing them in the same way they were killed in the films!
Kathi Ellison is an English literature major at the University of California in Berkeley, living with her boyfriend off-campus. She is also the daughter of a candidate for the U.S. Senate and his wife, a role that could affect her life should her father win the election. But before she can consider her future, Kathi must first come to terms with her past. A car accident when she was four-years-old killed her mother and left her in a coma for several days. The migraines and nightmares that plagued her as a child have recently returned with a vengeance, leaving her mind full of visions that feel more like memories. Memories that are not her own. Memories of a frightened and traumatized child named Sheri Walker. Memories linked to her mother's death that her stepmother doesn't want her to remember.
Lilly Yazhi knows all she needs to know about Clay Tahoma. Sure, he's got a certain appeal befitting his Navajo roots, but she's not falling for Clay's silent, "earthy" attractiveness. She certainly won't make the same mistake as Clay's ex-wife. Only trouble is, her heart and mind have committed to different resolves.
After collapsing at work, sous-chef Kelly Matlock retreats to her sister's home in Virgin River where she meets Lief Holbrook, a widower, and as romance blossoms between them, Lief's stepdaughters antics threaten to tear them apart.
Vowell examines the intriguing history of America's 50th state, beginning with the clash between New England missionaries and Hawaii's laid-back natives of the early 1800s.
Making a strong case for the importance of the individual--a core tenet of the transcendental movement--Emerson assails conformity with a series of sharp observations.
Moby-duck [sound recording] : the true story of 28,800 bath toys lost at sea and of the beachcombers, oceanographers, environmentalists, and fools, including the author, who went in search of them ...
A journalist recounts his investigation into the mysterious loss of thousands of bath toys in the ocean, a whimsical journey that pulled him into the worlds of shipping conglomerates, Arctic researchers, maverick sailors, and Chinese toy-factory workers.