Scottish Police Superintendent Terrence Reid's race to derail the money pipeline fueling a string of deadly terrorist attacks suffers a devastating setback when his informant is brutally murdered. Reid's chief suspect, a ruthless financier, always seems to be one step ahead of him. After one of his men is murdered, Reid suspects he's got a traitor in own camp. When Reid's beautiful young wife becomes deeply embroiled in the investigation, things get dangerously personal.
"Jealousy and cruelty equals passion?"
For two minutes she was dead. The assailant was vicious, the attack brutal; and it left her lifeless...until her pulse fluttered and she jolted awake. Now, a year later, detective Nan Vining is still questioning her strength, her safety, even her sanity: Can she ever again be the cop (and mother) she was before? And will her attacker someday return to finish the job, before she can track him down herself?
The blow to America’s industrial workforce from globalization, and the sometimes xenophobia-tinged anger over trade deals that fueled a political upheaval last year, are not hard to find in southwest Indiana.
"For 3 Indiana Brothers, ‘America First’ Cuts 2 Ways" is from the March 03, 2017 U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Trip Gabriel and narrated by Barbara Benjamin-Creel.
[Contains explicit content] In his late 20's Jeff Emtman started itching to rebel against his polite, kind, and rational parents. But being kind and polite himself, his rebellion only had one possible outlet: to do something irrational. Like getting a back alley surgery from one of his friends. Hear how it went, and what his parents thought about it, in this hilarious story from RISK! live in Seattle, WA.
A best friend murdered. A marriage going nowhere. A deadly obsession. Nicky's had more than her share of heartache. So when she meets a hot young stranger she thinks a little flirting can help her forget the past. She's married, but it's innocent enough. Except what starts as fun leads to a terrible ordeal, and a dark secret. Nicky's about to discover that the scars of love can last a lifetime.
The very first executive action by the new Trump administration wasn't a sweeping order on immigration, trade or health care — but rather to block an Obama administration that would have reduced the cost of mortgages for millions of home buyers.
"Trump's First Executive Action: Cancel Obama's Mortgage Premium Cuts" is from the January 20, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Gregory Korte and narrated by Paige McKinney.