Donna's dream of running a Victorian bed and breakfast is almost a reality. Her lack of inn keeping expertise, a shabby house in need of dire renovation and lack of money has slowed her down a bit. The murdered man in the upstairs parlor is her biggest obstacle. Less determined people might give up, but not Donna. No killer is going to stop her from serving apple crumb cake to high paying guests.
Education is changing and has changed dynamically in the past decade. We live in a world where anyone with an Internet connection can dial in and obtain applicable information on subjects ranging from home surgery to building a nuclear bomb. The traditional teacher in the traditional classroom is swiftly becoming obsolete, but for those who have the foresight, educators don't have to be eliminated completely.
This audiobook tells 7 horrific true crime stories of parricide, the killing of one's parent(s). In this thought provoking, thrilling true crime piece, you will get an insight and understanding of this topic that most people will never receive or thankfully, never experience.
""What a great way to botch a half decent book..."
A.J. Goode may be fat, 50, and menopausal, but that doesn't stop her from finding humor in life's imperfections. She confronts middle age with amusement and brutal honesty in this collection of essays on hot flashes, weight gain, dating after 50, and more.
Cold case murders are those defined that for one reason or another have not been solved. Cold case crimes are among the most difficult to solve for many reasons and the longer the case goes unsolved, the less likely they are to ever come to closure. Despite increasing advances in scientific and forensic technology, it's not always the physical evidence that determines the resolution of a homicide. In most trials today, it's also vitally important to tie the suspect to that physical evidence.
"Interesting Story, terrible narrator"
You will be shocked and astonished as Mr. Summit takes you through some of the groundbreaking cases where DNA was able to assist law officials in capturing some of America's most prevalent and violent murderers. Some of the cases profiled are infamous, others you may never have heard of, but the criminals in this audiobook share one commonality - they were on the loose until those microscopic molecules known as DNA nabbed them for good.
As the 20th century was ending and the millennium approached, a new ethnic category was invented in the South. The Melungeons were born thrashing and squawling into the American consciousness. They were a tri-racial clan hidden away in the hills and hollers of Lower Appalachia with a genetic predisposition to six fingers and Mediterranean diseases and an unsavory reputation for moonshining, counterfeiting and secret cults.
Are criminals who have been convicted of murder really being released back into society to live among us? Released to Kill Again is the 4th volume in the True Crime Series by John Summit. In this audiobook, he reveals the shocking true crime and murder stories of 7 convicted criminals who not only killed once, but were paroled...only to kill again.
"Not Much Here"
There are times in our lives when we are completely unprepared for a potential guest. Maybe the date of a visit has slipped our minds, or maybe we got a phone call saying that someone will be over sooner than expected. This can be a huge hassle if the house is still a mess! What do you do in a situation like that? For times like these, all you have to do is pull up your shirt sleeves and get ready to put in a little bit of elbow grease. This book will help you to do the rest!
Virginia "Ginger" Lightley is the owner of Coreyville Coffee Cakes, a popular bakery in East Texas. Customers drive from miles away to visit the little shop for a taste of her original creations. It's a shock to the whole community when a young man drops dead across town after eating one of her famous cakes. The newly appointed police chief promises to solve the case quickly. And Ginger wants to help him - until he accuses one of her employees of murder. She rejects the crime scenario laid out by the young police chief and secretly determines to solve the crime herself.
Jealousy is a natural human emotion. It is, however, when emotions run high that all rational thinking is lost and situations among friends and acquaintances can become a chain reaction of out of control decisions that ultimately lead to the death of innocent people. This audiobook profiles the true criminal cases of 7 friends who killed and were convicted of murder. What could possibly drive a friend to kill another friend?
In this book John Summit reveals the fascinating true stories of 7 deadly doctors from the journals of history, who actually murdered family, friends and patients. Doctors can do remarkable things. However, there are doctors who take their position of respect and authority and abuse it. When that happens, horrors beyond imagining can happen. A doctor, who comes unleashed from his oath and desire to help, can become the greatest monster humanity can possibly know.
"Awful performance and Awful excuse for a "book""
This audiobook's aim is to give you useful tips (75 of them) to live in a Tiny House. Perhaps you have seen Tiny Homes on websites or on news shows. They usually will show somebody driving a truck and hauling a small house behind it.
"Waste of My Time"
A companion to the picture book. Your kids will enjoy this book by themselves very much! Your kids will enjoy this book by themselves very much!
Centuries ago people did not have too many belongings. Now that you live in a highly commercialized economy, everything seems to be available and affordable. As a result you have a lot of stuff at home. Home organization comes into the picture. Home organization requires a logical and systematic way of thinking. It also involves your creativity. Do you think home organization is difficult to achieve? The answer is in this book.
Colors are the primary source of beauty in nature. Beauty is described as being rooted in colors, and colors have an influence on us. Your life can be colored depending on your day of birth.
Ginger and her fellow Domino Girls pool their funds to buy an old Colonial-style home on the outskirts of town and convert it into a bed and breakfast. The house is rumored to be haunted - which enables them to get the place at a bargain. They name it "Ginger Bread House" banking on Ginger's notoriety as a famous cake baker to bring in the guests. She will provide a daily supply of her freshly-baked cakes to sweeten their stay.
Before someone tries to learn how to doodle he or she needs to understand what doodling actually is. The word doodle comes from German, and referred to a person who was a fool, or who was simple in some way. The modern meaning of the word, referring to small drawings done idly while one thinks, came about in the 1930s and might be connected to the word dawdle for someone who's wasting time.
The 100 year anniversary of the official use of American military personal identity tags, affectionately known as Dog Tags, recently passed without fanfare. We are currently in a war where the Dog Tag is once again a highly personal item to warriors in every service and their families. Each Dog Tag carries its own human interest story. Receiving it, hanging it around the neck, and feeling it is at once a silent statement of commitment. The tag itself individualizes the human being who wears it within a huge and faceless organization.
This audiobook goes into amazing detail in explaining how the media depicts violence. It evaluates the news, movies, television shows, video games, and music. Through all these mediums, violence can by shown and used for one's benefit. Violence continues to be prevalent in our society no matter what type of control measures regulatory bodies enforce. Can violence in our society be directly blamed on the media?