The best of this year's true crime writing from master true crime authors RJ Parker, Peter Vronsky, JJ Slate, Sylvia Perrini, and Michael Newton, who give us nine new shocking case accounts of serial killers.
"Narrator was awful, subject matter was lacking."
Autumn in Paradise, Massachusetts, is usually an idyllic time - but not this year. A Hollywood movie company has come to town, and brought with it a huge cast, crew, and a troubled star. Marisol Hinton is very beautiful, reasonably talented, and scared out of her wits that her estranged husband's jealousy might take a dangerous turn. When she becomes the subject of a death threat, Jesse and the rest of the Paradise police department go on high alert.
"Jesse's in good hands"
Serial killers: They cross the bounds of evil. They murder at random without logic or reason other than the one twisting in their sick and evil minds. They are diabolical, vile creatures devoid of morality or pity. You will meet a chosen few of them in this audiobook. We will see that serial killers are roaming among us all, from small towns to big cities. They are not limited to a particular place, gene pool, culture, social class, or religion. They are not restricted to any particular demographic or political propensity and they can be of any gender.
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The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. The festival was an immediate success and has become the largest and most prestigious book festival in the country, attracting more than 130,000 book lovers each year.
Awesome Man can shoot positronic rays out of his eyeballs, fly as straight as an arrow, and hug mutant Jell-O! Even villains like Professor Von Evil and the Flaming Eyeball are no match for this caped crusader. But Awesome Man also has a secret... Can you guess what it is? The first picture book from Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon perfectly captures the fantasy life of young superhero fans.
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No matter what the speaking challenge is, this inspirational book will help listeners perform with passion, power, and persuasion - at the top of their game. Whether chasing a job, planning a pitch, giving a speech at a wedding, or presenting to one or 1,000 people, listeners of It's Not What You Say will discover how to use the rule of three to win any audience over.
An edgy science-fiction thriller from an exciting new author. "A black tunnel began to form around me. My room started to spin. Desperately I tried to cry out but I couldn't make a sound. Then, like shattering glass, I crashed straight through the tunnel and out to the other side."
Joel Dunn Jr. tells the story of how he did everything he could to save his family after his mother left and his father's tenuous hold on sanity unraveled. On a journey from the town of Trent, North Carolina, to the coast, Joel and his little brother Tank thread their way back to their mother, fueled by potato chips, Coke, and the soundtrack of the powerful soul music that their daddy taught them to love.
We all find ourselves in trying times, in need of Jesus's compassion. We can feel forgotten by God, as though he doesn't care about our needs. But they have a real desire to bestow their compassion on us and may already be doing so.In this thought-provoking book, Dr. Michael E. Parker reveals powerful insights into what you can do to move Jesus to compassion.
"The Storm Below the Calm: Inside the Trump Campaign's Final Days" is from the November 06, 2016 US section of The New York Times. It was written by Maggie Haberman, Ashley Parker, Jeremy W. Peters and Michael Barbaro and narrated by Kristi Burns.
"Mobbed by Fans, New Celebrities Emerge: Trump's Kids" is from the July 21, 2016 US section of The New York Times. It was written by Ashley Parker and Michael Barbaro and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
"Bush Bows out of Campaign, Humbled and Outgunned" is from the U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Ashley Parker and Michael Barbaro and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.