Harry Blue is the top sex crimes investigator in her department. She's a seasoned pro who's seen it all. But even she didn't see this coming: her own brother arrested for the grisly murders of three beautiful young women. Harry's been sent to a makeshift town in a desolate landscape - a world full of easy money, plenty of illegal ways to spend it, and a ragtag collection of transient characters who thrive on the fringes of society.
A new standalone novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author, Vi Keeland. The night I met Drew Jagger, he'd just broken into my new Park Avenue office. I dialed 9-1-1 before proceeding to attack him with my fancy new Krav Maga skills. He quickly restrained me, then chuckled, finding my attempted assault amusing. Of course, my intruder had to be arrogant. Only, turned out, he wasn't an intruder at all. Drew was the rightful occupant of my new office. He'd been on vacation while his posh space was renovated.
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The life story of Coretta Scott King - wife of Martin Luther King Jr., founder of the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, and singular 20th-century American civil rights activist - as told fully for the first time, toward the end of her life, to one of her closest friends.
Long regarded as one of the best introductions to Buddhism, What the Buddha Taught draws on the actual words spoken by the Buddha to give a lucid and accurate account of the fundamental principles of Buddhist doctrine. Richly supported by extracts from the ancient texts, Walpola Rahula gives clear and direct explanations of Buddhism's essential teachings.
After a few early glitches in their relationship, Sammy and his "bro-bot" E are now fast friends. In fact E is such a valued member of the family that the other electronic occupants of the House of Robots are feeling sorely unappreciated. And when Sammy's inventor mom becomes distracted by a top-secret project, the robots soon begin to fall into disrepair.
The Psychopathology of Everyday Life, which appeared first in 1901 and was then expanded in a series of subsequent editions, has proved to be one of Freud's most popular works, and one of his most influential during his lifetime. It was here that he proposed that many slips and errors of memory common to the average man in everyday life actually signals unconscious issues that beset the individual, and, if examined, can be extremely revealing.
This story is a gem representing the delightful stories from the Indian subcontinent that capture the simple essence of everyday life in rural and urban India. The simple pleasures of life indicate a time gone by before the advent of cellphones and Facebook, a time which almost stood still, a time where children could revel in the rain, make paper boats and race them down a drain, play marbles, and generally pass time.
A diversity strategy for your enterprise is one of the best investments that you can make. It is not only wise social policy: in the 21st century, it makes the very best business sense. How do you ensure that you are analyzing your corporate diversity and inclusion accurately? Then how can you design an approach that will maximize all of the upside potential available to a successful D&I strategy?
These are my two crochet books bundled into one. There are a total of 30 gorgeous projects in this book. These projects are perfect for beginners or experts. I hope you enjoy these 30 amazing projects that I have presented.
America has spoken, and now it is time our hearts collectively listen. From the riots in Baltimore and the majority of Americans living below the poverty line, it is time we concern ourselves with America's future. This book is a collection of citizens across America who are tired of the problems politicians in Washington keep ignoring. It is time we stand up against police brutality, domestic violence, and deplorable living conditions of those working starvation wages in America.
As studio bosses, directors, and actors, Jews have been heavily involved in film history and vitally involved in all aspects of film production. Yet Jewish characters have been represented onscreen in stereotypical and disturbing ways, while Jews have also helped to produce some of the most troubling stereotypes of people of color in Hollywood film history. In Hollywood's Chosen People, leading scholars consider the complex relationship between Jews and the film industry.
Life and Death in Intensive Care offers a unique portrait of the surgical intensive care unit (SICU), the place in medical centers and hospitals where patients with the gravest medical conditions - from comas to terminal illness - are treated. Author Joan Cassell employs the concept of moral economies to explain the dilemmas that patients, families, and medical staff confront in treatment.
Typically, people would advise us not to self-medicate with cannabis oil, but after studies have been made when it comes to the effects it has on different illnesses, even that belief is slowly being overturned. From nausea, pains, cramps, to even cancer, cannabis oil certainly has a number of different medical benefits that you might want to acquaint yourself with.
This work is an assessment of Hedonism (one's sole moral obligation is to enjoy oneself), Egoism (one's sole obligation is to maximize one's own welfare), Consequentialism (the ends justify the means), and Deontology (the ends do not justify the means).
Nine-year-old Jacob Tanner, on the nights of the full moon, stole away from his house when his parents were asleep. He scrambled across the wide lawn into the forest and tripped down the long, winding, narrow trail that led to an enormous moss and lichen-covered outcrop. He took with him a magnifying glass, a set of night vision goggles, and his book on the stars. The forest was magical, enchanting, and illusionary.
Every time the month of October came around in the small town of Hellon the townspeople knew it was going to be a hell of a month. The way it all began was when a man by the name of Lester who never gave anybody any trouble was being constantly picked on by the townspeople and finally snapped one day. He decided if his life should end he would come back from the dead and turn the town upside down so they would never forget what they did to him.
The Girl Who Could Heal Your Heart is the fourth book in The Girls Who Could series. In it, we discover the healing power of forgiveness and release. Kahuna Morrnah Simeona was a Hawaiian healer and teacher who traveled the world sharing the modern art of ho'oponopono, or community healing. When we clear our minds of grief, blame and anger, our hearts become lighter, our days become brighter.
Fox shifter Malachi steals for one of the biggest crime rings in New York City. But when he witnesses the murder of a millionaire, the only person who can keep him safe is Dr. Owen Yates, forensic hexman for the Metropolitan Witch Police - and Malachi's witch.
Christian faith shattered from the recent loss of those he loved most, police detective Jude Cameron must now find the murderer of his mentor. But the evidence seems too obvious, too easy. With the help of messages his Alzheimer's-stricken mother insists come directly from the long-dead King Solomon, Cameron discovers a trail of mysterious clues that point to a plot that will shake the country to its core.
There is no doubt about it; being cheated on is perhaps one of the most unpleasant and hurtful things that can happen to someone. Craig Beck is a renowned expert in human behavior and lie detection. In this book he will give you the inside track to a cheaters state of mind. You will learn the seven telltale signs of infidelity and how you can catch a cheater in the act.