Marla Cahill survives a horrific car accident, but comes out of it with near total amnesia - unable to recognize her own face. Now, confined to the Cahill mansion among strangers who claim to be her family, she begins fearing for her life. Someone was counting on Marla's death in the accident - and they may finish the job the moment her memory returns.
"If She Only Knew.. pick another narrator"
The Paul Volker Senior Fellow in International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, Washington Post journalist Sebastian Mallaby has garnered New York Times Editor’s Choice and Notable Book honors for his enthralling nonfiction. Bolstered by Mallaby’s unprecedented access to the industry, More Money Than God tells the inside story of hedge funds, from their origins in the 1960s and 1970s to their role in the financial crisis of 2007–2009.
"Valiant effort but lacking analytic horsepower..."
Learn the business strategies and personal secrets that have made Donald Trump one of the most successful and famous real-estate investors from George H. Ross, an exclusive insider. Ross has been Trump's executive business and legal advisor for over 25 years. Trump's smart strategies apply to ventures of any size and will have you investing with confidence.
"Interesting, but not very helpful"
Two women who bear an uncanny resemblance to Dr. Kacey Lambert have been murdered. Kacey believes it is nothing more than a terrible coincidence, but the deeper she digs, the more worried she becomes. Soon, more victims emerge—all bearing a physical resemblance to Kacey—and she begins to wonder when the brutal killer will come hunting for her.
"If you liked the first two, you'll like this one"
Lawyer Will Chambers is still reeling from the death of his wife, when he is forced to give up his partnership at a prestigious Washington D.C. law firm. Taking the case of Angus MacCameron, a reverend who has been named in a libel suit, Will sees a chance for redemption. The case seems simple enough, but after a little digging, he finds a vast conspiracy that could shake the very foundations of Christianity. Trial lawyer Craig Parshall’s debut novel is a tense thriller about rediscovering faith and fighting for the truth.
Detective Regan Pescoli investigated the "Star-Crossed Killer" case for months, only to become the next victim. Abducted and left to freeze in the wilds of Montana, Regan has little chance to survive. But her lover Nate isn't about to let her die. With help from Regan's partner Selena, Nate launches a desperate search - knowing full well the clock is ticking.
This is a major political biography of a great American president - who won a war, transformed the government, and doubled the size of the United States...in four years. When Polk was sworn in as the 11th president, what followed was one of the most consequential presidencies in history.
"Polk: One of our most important Preidents"
Lisa Jackson's novels of romance and suspense race up the best-seller charts. In Left to Die, the Pinewood County Sheriff 's Department is on the trail of a cold-blooded killer who acts as a savior to women stranded during terrible mountain snowstorms before stripping them of their dignity and leaving them to die, a victim of the elements. But the killer's latest victim managed to escape, leading some to believe there may now be an imposter on the loose.
"Worst Narrator Ever!"
Craig Parshall is renowned for his Christian inspirational novelsthat expose the inadequacies of the American justice system. Ted Baehr, Chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission,hails this novel as “not only a great mystery, but also a deeply redemptive book.” A small-town farmer and his young wife are falsely accused of having committed a heinous act against their own child. Forced to flee from the law, the mother seeks the legal aid of courageous attorney Will Chambers.
Acclaimed author and lawyer Craig Parshall’s Chambers of Justice series, including Custody of the State, features gripping, thought-provoking novels that spur debate on issues such as morality and justice. When attorney Will Chambers and his new bride honeymoon in Cancún, they’re shocked when terrorists kidnap a U.S. official. And when a secret hostage recovery team is accused of murdering unarmed civilians, the situation swiftly escalates from bad to worse.
Since his wife's death, world-famous author Ford Newcombe has lived a solitary life, void of creativity - or love. Then Jackie Maxwell tears down the walls of his isolated world with her sassy wit and fierce intelligence. Ford's heart is touched by his vivacious assistant - and his imagination sparked by her knowledge of a strange story that drives them to a small North Carolina town brimming with secrets.
"Didn't like "Devil" being the star of this story"
Lawrence M. Friedman is Professor of Law at Stanford University and author of 23 books about law and legal history. Hailed as American law's greatest living historian, Friedman traces the evolution of America's legal system from the colonial period to the present. A Modern Library Chronicle, this book is concise, insightful, and graced with wit.
"Very Good Book"
Best-selling author George Vecsey is an esteemed and award-winning sports journalist for the New York Times. In Baseball, he recounts the history of America's national pastime. Baseball has been around in various forms for thousands of years, but only within the last 200 years has it become an American institution. Growing from a sport played in open fields and big-city streets, baseball has seen its share of innovators and detractors, heroes and villains.
In a plain meetinghouse a woman stands before her judges. The accused is a poor, unpopular woman who had her first child before she was married. As the trial proceeds the girls begin to wail, tear their clothing, and scream that the woman is hurting them. Are they acting or are they really tormented by an unseen evil? Whatever the cause, the nightmare has begun. The witch trials will eventually claim 25 lives, shatter the community, and forever shape the American social conscience
Seventeen years ago Morgan Winter arrived home to find her parents brutally slain on Christmas Eve. A man was convicted of the crime, but new evidence has surfaced to prove his innocence. Now Morgan must face the truth that her parents' killer is still at large, and he's been stalking Morgan - biding his time before striking again.
"Could have been a contender"
Dusty Richards bases his scores of Western novels on extensive research on the Old West. With an unflinchingview of the violence and cruelty that marked both sides of the Indian conflicts, he spins the riveting tale of Apachescout Deuces. Unjustly condemned for murder, he escapes his guard and disappears into the wilderness. Now hot on his trail is a U.S. Marshal determined to catch Deuces, no matter what the cost.
Author James Sallis is acclaimed for his taut mysteries featuring world-weary ex-Memphis cop John Turner, including Cripple Creek. Assuming the role of deputy sheriff in a small town near the city, Turner investigates sordid cases in a community that time is slowly forgetting. Here his past catches up to him when his son rolls down Main Street riding in what appears to be a stolen car.
Author of the award-winning novel Finn, Jon Clinch has drawn favorable comparisons to William Faulkner. With Kings of the Earth, he takes listeners to an upstate New York farm where the three Procter brothers live in stasis. When one dies in his sleep, the other two are soon suspected of murder.
In this breathtaking thriller, a man with nothing to lose races against time to uncover shattering secrets from his past. Critically acclaimed Agatha Award-winning author Peter Abrahams is hailed by Stephen King as his "favorite suspense novelist".
"Great plot, some dialogue issues..."