Detective Sean O'Reilly is called in to interrogate a young boy who is the only witness to a massacre during a gang war. The child's story is too far-fetched for most of the Chicago Police Force to believe - claims of an army of other-worldly creatures who attacked and dismembered the rival gangs. But Sean O'Reilly believes him, because he's seen them himself. An encounter he had as a boy in a dark forest in Ireland did not just give him nightmares, but changed his entire life.
When these two men cross paths, despite a world of differences separating them, their attraction cannot be denied. Sutton finds himself drawn to the piano, playing for Jack. But can his music heal them both, or will sudden prosperity jeopardize their chance at love?
Imagine a town where the people perpetually live in the 1950s, a place where time has all but stopped and where everyone loves his family, job, and life. In this strange place, only a select few people ever leave the city limits and even then, they leave reluctantly. This is what fifteen and a half year old Benjamin Granault faces as, through a string of amazing events, he finds himself living in a town where he can never talk about modern technology or current events, a place where being an outsider can cost a person his life and being part of the community may very well cost more.
Blood Highways is the heart-wrenching account of the biggest product liability case in history: the Ford-Firestone fiasco. At the center of the story are two people: Tab Turner, a charismatic trial attorney from Arkansas, who has made a career out of forcing Ford and other automakers to own up to knowingly trade human lives for profits; and Donna Bailey, a single mother and outdoor enthusiast who fought back from the brink of death to confront those ultimately responsible for her accident.
"Greed and the person who fault back"
After a Near Death Experience (an "NDE") radically transforms the life of eccentric billionaire Nicholas Sheridan, he recruits a team of other survivors to study the experience. Recreating the conditions that opened the gate to the unknown, they will discover amazing connections, common visions and dramatic abilities among people who have come back from the dead. But what they haven't bargained for is that the gate opens both ways, and something else has escaped death. Something hunting them... Something hungry.
A wealth of cowboy poetry from some of Wyoming's best cowboy poets are included in this audiobook along with their biographies. Among them: Robert Roripaugh, a state poet laureate; John Nesbitt, Sue Wallis, Andy Nelson, Chuck Larsen, Georgie Sicking, Charlie Firnekas, Rhonda Sedgewick Stearns, Mick Kaser, Jean Mathisen Haugen, Dr. Kent Stockton, Echo Roy-Klaproth, Ada McDonell, Ron Bailey, Gene Shea, Leslie Keltner, Verlin Pitt, Ritt Pitt, Terry Henderson, Garland C. Kennington, Lynne Henderson, Pete Davis, Honey DeFord, Stephen Langer, and many more!
Tony Grams comes to America at the start of the 20th century, set on becoming a new man. Driven to leave poverty behind, he lands a job at the Ford Motor Company that puts him at the center of a daring social and economic experiment.
"An interesting story of one man and the Ford Compa"
Enemy activity had fallen into an eerie calm, but everyone felt the coming storm - a terrible storm, poised to unleash its fury upon the galaxy. It seemed as though the entire universe was holding its breath. Waiting. Whether waiting for the salvation of mankind or its demise was yet unclear.
Four individuals fight to survive as the zombie apocalypse crashes over the world in a wave of terror and destruction. Color, creed, and social standing mean nothing as the virus infects millions across the planet. All four begin perilous journeys in mind and body as they face daily trials to survive: Four threads, four different parts of the world, one apocalypse!
"fast-paced & action-packed...a good listen"
Those in line to the Malenfer estate are succumbing to terrible ends - is a supernatural legacy at work, or something entirely more human? Young Irish mercenary Dermot Ward retreats to Paris at the close of World War I where he drinks to forget his experiences, especially the death of his comrade, Arthur Malenfer. But Arthur has not forgotten Dermot.
"VG historical mystery with supernatural element"
Resistance forces have pushed the enemy back against seemly insurmountable odds. But it doesn't take long for the biomechanoid race, known as the Mok'tu, to stop the Resistance dead in their tracks, when they discover a way to neutralize the only effective weapon against them.
Elliott Grey refuses to believe. As a top-notch journalist for a Seattle-based magazine, he is trained to have an open mind. But he simply refuses to believe extra-terrestrials actually exist. After a disturbing interview with a man who claims to have been abducted by aliens, Elliott is plagued by nightmares of his own abduction. Terrorized and tortured by entities he cannot understand, Elliot has come face to face with his unbelief.
"Yes, they really ARE out there...seriously!"
At one time, Decklan Holmes may have considered herself immune to the intrigue of abnormal mysteries. She was a prominent detective with the Caplan City Police Department, the child of a suicide victim, and the survivor of one of the most notorious catastrophes in Caplan history. Yet, in the wake of a horrifying accident, Decklan encounters an all-too-familiar man who forces her to confront a forgotten past and re-examine everything she has come to believe concerning myth, legend, and the nature of reality.
"Awesome combination of Fantasy and Love story"