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The Powerful, Epic Romance ContinuesFor Cora Kensington, the journey of a lifetime takes unexpected twists. And her future—her very life—depends on the decisions she’ll make at each crossroad. As her European tour with her newfound family takes her through Austria, France, and Italy, an unseen enemy trails close behind. Meanwhile, a forbidden love continues to claim her heart, putting everyone’s plans in danger. And as Cora stays one step ahead of it all, what might need the most protection is her own heart, torn between the dramatic pursuit of a dashing Frenchman and a man who has been quietly staking claim to her affections all along. Love has dangers all its own. She must escape the bonds of the past and discover the faith to make the right choices, as each one has grave consequences.
Go into Hell, the hot demons said. It'll be no big deal, they said. I was only supposed to walk through a Hellish Ring or two so we could find out my demonic origin. Easy peasy, Right? Wrong. Now I'm alone, locked up in some freak's dungeon, and mourning the loss of my demons.Could they have done the impossible and survived the attack? Can they find me here? I don't even know where here is. And...why the hell do I have wings? I don't have time for this shit. I need to figure out what I am, where I am, and how to get out of here. Because I have a Hellgate to guard and my demons to search for, and nobody is going to stand in my way. Not even the Devil himself.
Archaeologist Emma Fielding encounters murder and mystery on the site of an old English Abbey in this second "rip-snorting good mystery" (Aaron Elkins) written by a real-life archaeologist. Archaeologist Emma Fielding is beginning to doubt the wisdom of spending her summer vacation in England helping friends excavate a 12th-century abbey, especially after they uncover an all-too modern skeleton in the nearby medieval graveyard. But it’s the second discovery—of a murdered graduate student recently missing from the dig—that suggests to Emma that Marchester isn’t exactly the quiet riverside town in appears to be. And when a member of the town’s neopagan community shows up, claiming that the site is a sacred spot for Wiccans, Emma knows that conflicting interests and intentions may have driven someone to murder. There are dark passions and lethal secrets buried here, heinous crimes that shake the conflicted community to its core, and it’s up to Emma, an outsider far from home, to delve into a past that too many people—including her friends—would do anything to hide.
Sometimes finding the living is more difficult than searching for the dead. In 1968, twenty-six-year-old Charlotte Graves wrestles with more than just her decision to return to her hometown, Loblolly, Alabama-she is also fleeing a broken heart, colliding headlong into a second one, and about to stumble onto a deadly secret. Now settled back in Loblolly, Charlotte is hired to oversee the Woodville County Historical Society, a job she was born for. But no sooner has she banged the gavel to bring order to the first meeting than she is accused of being incompetent to lead the group by her old nemesis, Boopsie Sweets. Later that night, she finds herself arrested by her old beau, the current deputy sheriff, Roan Steele, for killing Boopsie. After being released on bail, Charlotte uses her skills as a genealogist to leap into the investigation. And when Charlotte goes digging up dirt, she unearths a long-kept family secret. Will it lead to Boopsie's murderer ... or to grave consequences for Charlotte and her family?
Bethany Carlisle, frustrated by her employees, neighbors and boyfriend, regains consciousness on a mountainside and must discover who and why she has been kidnapped by using family history research as she explores the ghost town she discovers.
Investigating a dangerous case surrounding a priceless Navajo necklace, Charlie Henry is violently threatened by a young man claiming to be its rightful owner. By the award-winning authors of The Pawnbroker.
There may be grave consequences for bookbinder Brooklyn Wainwright as she attempts to solve two murders tied to one book in this novel in the New York Times bestselling Bibliophile Mystery series. Brooklyn’s chance to restore a rare first edition of Beauty and the Beast seems a fairy tale come true—until she realizes the book belonged to an old friend of hers. Ten years ago, Max Adams, a brawny renowned papermaker, fell in love with a stunning beauty, Emily, and gave her the copy of Beauty and the Beast as a symbol of their love. Soon afterward, he died in a car crash, and Brooklyn has always suspected his possessive ex-girlfriend and her jealous beau. Now she decides to find out who sold the book and return it to its rightful owner—Emily. She believes a rare book dealer can assist her, but when she arrives at his shop, she finds him murdered. Is it possible that the same couple who may have killed Max are now after his edition of Beauty and the Beast? With the help of her handsome boyfriend, Derek Stone, Brooklyn must unravel the murder plot—before she ends up in a plot herself....
It's never a good combo to be broke and desperate. You do stupid things. Like accidentally sign your soul over to Hell.When I interviewed for a new security job, I didn't bat an eye that it was for a literal graveyard shift...headstones and all. I mean, at the hourly rate they were offering, who cares? I got this.Turns out, I'm not guarding a graveyard like I thought. It seems I've just walked my broke ass into protecting a Gate to Hell. Yeah...I don't got this. Now I'm stuck in a terrifying new reality: a group of hot demons who act like I can solve all their problems, and a battle between good, evil, and balance.This will seriously teach me to read the fine print on Help Wanted ads. Good thing this job comes with a scythe. Maybe I can use it to stop them from dragging my ass into Hell.
In his gripping and provocative debut, anthropologist Jason De León sheds light on one of the most pressing political issues of our time—the human consequences of US immigration policy. The Land of Open Graves reveals the suffering and deaths that occur daily in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona as thousands of undocumented migrants attempt to cross the border from Mexico into the United States. Drawing on the four major fields of anthropology, De León uses an innovative combination of ethnography, archaeology, linguistics, and forensic science to produce a scathing critique of “Prevention through Deterrence,” the federal border enforcement policy that encourages migrants to cross in areas characterized by extreme environmental conditions and high risk of death. For two decades, this policy has failed to deter border crossers while successfully turning the rugged terrain of southern Arizona into a killing field. In harrowing detail, De León chronicles the journeys of people who have made dozens of attempts to cross the border and uncovers the stories of the objects and bodies left behind in the desert. The Land of Open Graves will spark debate and controversy.
Grave Consequences is a gripping tale of medieval passion and modern day conspiracy set in Cornwall, Spain and North Africa. It is a compelling time-slip novel surrounding the connection between the total destruction of a castle in West Cornwall in the thirteenth century and the discovery of a Templar grave in Spain eight hundred years later. Templars, Saracens, the Holy Grail, secret societies, the divide between Christianity and Islam, intense love and deep hatred all figure here in an historical mystery with an intriguing final twist
Archaeologist Emma Fielding is beginning to doubt the wisdom of spending her vacation in England helping friends excavate a twelfth-century abbey, especially when they uncover an all-too-modern skeleton in a nearby medieval graveyard.
Michael Bennett is the ultimate high schoolAll-American student athlete in a small ruraltown in south central Wisconsin. He comes froma stable family; mother is Vice-Principal of thetown's high school, and father is the owner of arespected weekly newspaper.Michael already has his career goals plannedout: law school and a possible shot in the politicalarena.Then on the eve of Thanksgiving in his senioryear in high school, his mother is abducted froma local convenience store and a small town ninetymiles north of his hometown becomes the focusof the investigation.
Sergeant John Wesson is a detective with the major crimes division of the St. Brides Police Department. As such, he investigates everything. His side kick is Detective Bennet and together they are immersed in a set of disappearances involving college co-eds. No bodies have ever turned up, though murder is high on the list of possibilities. Wesson, Bennet, and an unlikely reporter combine to solve the demise of the three missing girls. Along the way, Wesson is bugged by the OCD like behavior of Bennet, an excellent detective with some unusual traits. A young reporter for the St. Brides Tribune, Steve Newson, is assigned to write a story about the latest missing co-ed and finds himself deeply involved in the case. An internment site excavator (grave digger) by the name of Harry Scroggins finds himself mixed up with problems that reach beyond the scope of normalcy. Harry’s son, Robin adds a complicated twist to the story. The plot unravels when a mix-up in the burial of the mayor’s sister causes her to be exhumed and reburied in the proper location. Wesson finds that he must take Steve into his confidence so that he doesn’t publish a story that might drive the guilty felon underground.
Charlie Henry, former Special Forces operative and newly minted pawnbroker, thinks that he's finally turned a corner and the calm, quiet life he's always wanted is just ahead. But life never really works out that way. A young Navajo man comes into Charlie's shop, FOB Pawn, claiming that his girlfriend mistakenly pawned a beautiful family heirloom, a turquoise necklace that she desperately needs back. When he's unable to produce any proof of this tale, Charlie is immediately suspicious and sticks by the golden pawnbroker rule: No claim ticket, no exchange. Then the young man returns with reinforcements—and guns—making it abundantly clear that there's more to this story than a family treasure. This necklace quickly becomes the focus of a case where everyone lies, and every question seems to answer with gunfire. With the help of his semi-estranged brother, Alfred, a tribal cop working undercover, Charlie quickly finds out that the pendant was the work of a Navajo silversmith who was recently murdered. And, in an act so taboo in Navajo culture as to be unthinkable, his grave dug up and this piece of jewelry removed. With multiple parties vying to get their hands on the necklace—for what ill-gotten gains, no one knows—it's up to Charlie and his comrades-in-arms to help find out who's really telling the truth, and uncover the mysteries that this heirloom holds.
Cass Donovan is reminded that you can’t believe everything you hear, especially when it comes from the dead . . . When stories begin circulating of a centuries-old ghost haunting the Bay Island lighthouse, Cass is caught up in mystical happenings of her own, with countless voices from the beyond all clamoring for her attention with dire warnings. But before she has a chance to learn whether there’s a connection between the rumored ghost and her restless visitors, the lighthouse keeper mysteriously falls to his death, and Cass’s reputation for communing with the dead lands her right in the middle of the police investigation. Cass knows the victim was no saint, as he made little effort to hide his philandering ways from his wife or anyone else, and often acted out with no thought for the feelings of others. But had he finally gone too far, or were there more menacing motives behind his murder? As Cass begins building a list of suspects, including the man’s supposedly grieving wife and a mysterious new woman in town, she also turns her ear to those otherworldly voices, hoping for a clue. And as she begins to close in on the culprit, she realizes too late that if she’s not careful, she’ll soon be communicating with the dead in person . . . Praise for the Bay Island Psychic Mystery series: “The future shows much success for this series! Fun, vibrant characters (as well as a sexy smolder or two for good measure) give the novel just the right tone.” —RT Book Reviews on Death at First Sight “I loved the protagonist, Cass. She and her friends were very well developed, and felt like a group of people I’d like to get to know.” —The Book’s the Thing “I stayed up far too late into the evening because I couldn’t put it down. A well-crafted mystery with a quirky cast of characters, and plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing to the end.” —The Mysterious Ink Spot on Death at First Sight
Book The Fracturing of the American Corporate Elite Description/Summary:
Critics warn that corporate leaders have too much influence over American politics. Mark Mizruchi worries they exert too little. American CEOs have abdicated their civic responsibilities in helping the government address national challenges, with grave consequences for society. A sobering assessment of the dissolution of America’s business class.
"Calm down, Buster. I know why you're here. For a change, you don't have a scoop on the big news out of Louisville."I just received an e-mail from the commissioner at the Louisville State Penitentiary that Kenneth Harrison has just met the Devil. But unlike the Novak twins, nobody has come forth to take credit for Harrison's trip south."Now, do you have any juicy details that the e-mail didn't disclose of his unfortunate demise?""Yea, if you'd shut up and let me speak, counselor, I'll get to that. You forget that I'm the top detective in the Wilcox County District Attorney's office.""You're the only one Buster, but go ahead.""You're not going to believe this, Michael.""Try me, Buster.""He was buried alive."