Recounts the true story of Connie Krauser Chaney, who left behind a tragic childhood to marry Wayne, unaware of his violent tendencies, and describes how she eventually fled with her young son, only to be stalked and killed.
"powerful message and incredible story"
An account of the murdering spree of Larry Eyler, who kidnapped, tortured, and killed at least 23 young men, describes how Eyler managed to evade capture for three years, his apprehension, and his release on a technicality.
On a drilling rig off the coast of Texas, Megan Pritchard and a desperate group of survivors cling to a meager existence in the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. When they hear rumors of a safe zone on the far side of the ocean, they must decide whether to risk all in search of a better life or to stay and accept what they have. Unbeknownst to them, a new threat, one worse than anything they've yet faced, lurks in wait.
"Great Zombie Apocolyse Story"
Confederate soldier Elliott Stone made numerous mistakes in his life. When he betrayed his comrades, he was tortured and murdered. For over a century and a half, his only refuge is the sanctuary of the house built where he took his last breath. He was content in his solitude...until she came and disrupted his whole world.
"The Ghost needs to quit smoking"
Reeling from the aftermath of a rogue CIA plot to destroy Moscow, the United States is caught unprepared when foreign hackers launch a cyber-attack on the Strategic Early Warning System. With the CIA in shambles, the President turns to ex-intelligence analyst Kurt Vetter and his mysterious partner Amanda Carter to hunt down the hackers and bring them to justice. Little do they know this is the easy part...
"Attention getting and captivating"
Jay Danforth Fitzgerald, known as "Fitz" to his few remaining friends, has learned from long and painful experience that there is no such thing as love that lasts. A failed an aging stockbroker full of angst and self-loathing, he fritters away his nights in Tiddly's Bar and his days aboard a derelict sailboat stuck in the mud of Charleston Harbor. But when he meets a much younger woman named Gemma, his world changes forever.
A young, salt-of-the-earth family is caught up in a cyclone of greed, after Dennis Winecoop accepts a position at Washington, D.C.'s Utopia University. Believing he was hired to advise graduate students in history, Professor Winecoop finds he is teaching a full schedule of "Murder 101." The first lesson, it seems, occurred just days before he was hired, when his predecessor was found grotesquely murdered in his bath.
"Interesting story of higher education"
Joanna has seen some remarkable things deep in the woods in her role as the chief ranger of a popular national park. However, she never expected to witness a camper receiving a paddling high up on the mountain. When she realizes that she is not disturbed by the poor girl's pleas for the spanking to stop, she wonders if the past she has put behind her is truly history.
It was a brutal crime without meaning or motive, baffling the FBI and seven local police departments for many months as they explored every possibility- from IRA assassination to mafia hit. But it was a tenacious Illinois policewoman who would ultimately unmask the Langerts' killer - exposing a terrifying, true-life horror that was totally unexpected...and frighteningly close to home.
"Great book, bad narrator"
Three years have passed since General Robert E. Lee routed the Union army at Gettysburg and caused the Lincoln government to flee Washington, D.C. Now, as president of the Confederacy, Lee realizes the hollowness of his victory as he watches the South he loved and defended slowly crumble before his eyes. Lee must reach out to the only man he believes can help him save the South - the disgraced and out-of-office President Abraham Lincoln. Amidst intense opposition, the two men secretly devise a plan that, if successful, could reunite the country once again.
"Could not listen long enough to make a fair review"
Charlie Draper only took the job of finding the missing girl as favor. He approached it convinced that the hot desert sun had likely eliminated another unprepared hiker rather than a part of the Border Wars. It didn't take long to realize his error. Then it became complicated. In less than a day, he discovers that drug cartel members shot her and threw her into a volcano vent. The resulting trail leads into Mexico, where his actions bring on the wrath of the cartel.
These are the humorous adventures of a seven-year-old city slicker's indoctrination into the farming community, where every four-legged and feathered creature was planning his demise. This is a unique look into the farming families of yesteryear and is most entertaining for all ages.
What would you be willing to do in order to maintain your way of life? How many lives would you be willing to destroy to provide for the ones you love? Andrew Daniels is a seemingly normal man from central Kansas who is about to lose everything he has worked for in life. Forced into action by necessity, Daniels devises a scheme to save his family ranch, and in the process, begins to lose sight of what's really important.
"This book would make a great movie!!!"
Charlie Draper takes on what seems like a simple assignment. Check on a missing DEA agent. He does not expect to find him dead; dead on the floor of a drug manufacturing house. Frustrating weeks of digging into the lives of a small town in Montana uncovers drug trafficking, human trafficking and murder for hire leaves the local Sheriff gunned down and Draper with a major headache. Then he begins to suspect all the mayhem is a ruse for the real objective.
In 1951, at the age of six, John McConkey meets his great-uncle Jack, whose stories about his own life fascinate the boy's imagination. As John comes of age in the 60's and 70's, Uncle Jack's socialist, working-class views challenge John's understanding of power, politics, and the "official" versions of history.
With time dwindling on Marjorie's resignation, Sawyer's hiring process hits a snag, and his mother - without his knowledge - sends one of her own people to help out during the transition. The male assistant he was expecting named Alex turns out to be the quick-witted, extremely beautiful female distraction he never knew he needed or wanted on his property. Through a hilarious battle of wits, these two polar opposites will battle each other every step of the way, while learning that sometimes the hardest fought battles lead to the sweetest surrender.
On the verge of graduation from college and acceptance into the Medical School program, she has long since put the mysteries of her birth in the rearview mirror. However, she is tethered to the past by one tiny flaw; she sees, feels, and hears things that aren't real. Her visions have always been a part of her, and learning to cope with them over the years as therapists, medical trials, and even untraditional treatments failed, was just part of life as she knew it. Unfortunately, what was once just a nuisance to her mental state is escalating as each episode becomes more violent, and the visions threaten everything she has worked to accomplish.
A near-future novel set in the Midwestern United States. A plausible explanation is depicted on how the characters watch the dollar become worthless before their eyes. Without a viable currency, the economy and the country quickly slide into an apocalyptic collapse. Characters from various backgrounds are desperate to survive in a situation that has rapidly diminishing resources and many are ready to resort to the worst kinds of evil to get their "fair share".
Searching for a fresh start, a young forester finds himself assigned to a new job scaling logs in a remote area of northwestern Montana. Scaling, a now archaic method of measuring the board foot content of trees cut into saw logs was the basis for logger pay and sawmill operation receipts. Unaware technology would soon eliminate his job; he is unprepared for the hard-working, idiosyncratic locals, who take on the task of educating their new co-worker.
Gary Halvorson discovers an old photo of his grandfather with the late James Dean, but the problem is the photo was taken in Dalton, Georgia, back in 1965! A whole decade after Dean was killed in a tragic car accident in 1955, in Cholame, California, after which he was laid to rest in his native Fairmount, Indiana - or was he? Getting more and more curious over this, Gary decides to go to Dalton, Georgia, and discover the truth over whether or not James Dean could possibly still be alive.