Simon's memoir reveals her remarkable life, beginning with her storied childhood as the third daughter of Richard L. Simon, the co-ounder of publishing giant Simon & Schuster; her musical debut as half of The Simon Sisters, performing folk songs with her sister, Lucy, in Greenwich Village; to a meteoric solo career that would result in 13 top 40 hits, including the number-one song "You're So Vain".
This book is for born-again Christian believers who find themselves frustrated and confused with internal battles and silently ask themselves, "What's wrong with me? Everyone else seems to have it all together." The key word is seems! There is a rest for God's people! II Corinthians 5:17 tells us that if we are in Christ, we are a new creature; old things have passed away and all things have become new. If you're still struggling with a lot of "old" in you, this may be the insight you long for.
In Asia Hand, the second novel in the series, Bangkok is celebrating Chinese New Year when Calvino's revels are cut short. The body of an American, an acquaintance of Calvino's, has been fished out of the lake in Lumpini Park. Around his neck are a string of wooden amulets, the kind upcountry Thais wear to protect themselves from evil spirits. Only rather than saving Hutton, these have killed him.
Victoria was looking for a hot date, but she didn't expect to pick up a vampire. Thrust into a world where mythical creatures exist, Victoria has to learn how to adapt when everyone around seems to want her dead. She finds an unlikely friend and companion in a sexy lone wolf who takes her under his wing and tries to teach her to be a proper vampire. With Victoria's killer still on the move and danger threatening to close in from every side, will she able to make it past being a fledgling?
A trip to Tripoli for discussions with then Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi forever changed Dr. William C. Chasey's life. Upon his return, his bank accounts were frozen, clients had been strongly discouraged from working with him, and even his close friends had been advised not to associate with him. The CIA, FBI, IRS, and federal judiciary conspired to coerce him into using his unique Libyan access to participate in a CIA-sponsored assassination plot against the two Libyans indicted for the bombing of Pan Am flight 103.
Life is filled with precious moments to be cherished because it can all be gone in a flash, and you'll be left with nothing but treasured memories. Deidra Ferguson and John Sinclair are all too aware of this. They're both in Hawaii to see their loved ones ashes to their final resting place - off the coast of Oahu. Can two broken hearts find a way to help each other mend?
When she grows tired of the hypocrisy of her society, 20-year-old Eliana Wildwood decides to flaunt the law and do as she pleases. Unfortunately for her, the government of Earth in 3072 doesn't take kindly to such rebelliousness, and soon enough Eliana finds herself sent off to a prison colony. Doctor Sam Fitzgerald has been looking for just the right subject for his study of rehabilitation techniques for female offenders, and Eliana fits the bill perfectly.
Inside Time by acclaimed author, Rabbi Yanki Tauber, is a three-volume book series exploring the soul of time as defined by the Torah and illuminated by Chassidic thought, particularly by the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.
The three volumes of this series examine the essence of time and its origins in the primordial phases of creation; the cycles and systems that characterize it and define the trajectories of our lives; and the particular time-qualities that are brought into focus by the festivals and special dates of the Hebrew calendar.
Volume 2 covers all the holidays and significant days from Rosh Hashana through Purim.
Christmas and the Lost Elf is a children's holiday book about a lost elf named Ernie who hides unnoticed in Santa's sleigh and finds himself left behind on Christmas Day in a place far away from the North Pole. There he meets various interesting characters while hoping to somehow find his way back home and, in the process, learns to appreciate Christmas in new and entertaining ways.
In spite of the fact that David has shown interest in Carly, she doesn't give in to her own attraction for him. She's intimidated by the fact that he's one of the most eligible bachelors in town and adored by all. Besides, her own parents couldn't make their marriage work, so why should she think she'd do any better at romance? After a tragedy strikes, they're thrown together in an unusual way. Is it possible for Carly and David to see what they have between them?
This is the prequel to Daniela's Crazy Love: The Novel, a steamy romance about a second chance at love. The devastating breakup with the high school baseball star hurt Daniela deeply. Even now, she may be unable to resist his charms. When Cooper shows up unexpectedly, he seems to be hiding something. Daniela suspects that he is frightening her for reasons she doesn't understand.
Lucky had a mind of his own, which could be good or bad. Good when Matt needed help getting his drunk self back to camp. Bad when the damn horse figured out how to untie his lead and took off wandering somewhere.
Matt Stone rode a huge, sleek black horse with a bullet scar showing in white hairs across one flank. Its name was Lucky. That horse had carried him through Gettysburg alive, and then taken him west, where he'd spent three years wandering, trying to get the echoes of battle out of his head. Matt now has to pay off the debt Lucky has created.
Every day, Rip Rockwell fights the guilt - the guilt that he survived the war when his best friend did not - and the shell shock, both of which refuse to let him return to a normal civilian life. When he meets a beautiful young woman in his new neighborhood, he fights his feelings for her too. After all, he doesn't deserve to be happy when it's his fault his best friend died.
Elliott isn't pleased about being exiled from Chicago to the sleepy town of Verona, Indiana, but he's determined to make the best of it. He meets Marshall, who is undoubtedly the most bizarre boy in school, but who is the only one, other than his grandmother, that Elliott can trust not to be freaked out by the ghost in his bedroom and the strange dreams that might not be dreams at all.
Cindy and Mattheus part ways, and while he stays in the Caribbean to protect his daughter and her mother, she returns home. Cindy's sister, Ann, meets her at the airport to welcome her back to this new chapter of her life. Cindy starts to settle back in, to meet old friends and make plans to take on a new job - when a shocking call suddenly comes. It is a call Cindy never could have expected in her wildest dreams, a call that rips her world apart. Someone close to her - too close - has been found murdered in Bermuda.
Cindy and Mattheus, finally together, prepare to take time off and live together - when a stunning upset in their relationship tears them apart. Cindy flies home to New York, resigned to never work as a detective - and never see Mattheus - again. And then a shocking phone call comes out of the blue: It is Mattheus. A new body has turned up. Cindy at first refuses - until he tells her who it is: his wife.
In the midst of gorgeous St. Bart's, a few days before Christmas, a Senator's daughter is found stabbed and strangled on the beach - the day after her engagement party. While the rich and famous are pouring in to celebrate the holidays, the local police are desperate to keep it quiet and not cause an uproar. But the Senator's family wants justice for their daughter, and they hire Cindy and Mattheus to solve the crime.
Before they get engaged, Cindy urges Mattheus to meet his long-lost Caribbean daughter, whom he has never met. Sixteen years ago, after a one-night stand, the woman became pregnant, and Mattheus quickly left. Mattheus' beautiful, volatile 15-year-old daughter, Andrea, badly needs him, and she wants him to come to Anguilla, where she lives, so they can get to know each other. One caveat, though: He has to come without Cindy.
When an old friend's husband goes missing, she calls Cindy for help. Fresh from her own tragedy, Cindy returns to the Caribbean, this time to the gorgeous, lush island of Grenada, to find him. Cindy, still grieving her own husband's death, stays at her friend's incredible villa on the ocean, as she does her best to help track down her friend's husband, Ames.