Running parallel to the conventional history of Liverpool ... there is an unseen seam of supernatural stories that have been largely ignored by the strait-laced historians,' says Torn Slemen, who is, of course, fascinated by this other history and no subject matter is too strange or too terrifying to merit his scrutiny. While some stories may prove to be nothing more than urban myths, many turn out to be only too spine-chillingly true.
Meet the ladies of Portman's Creamery. Led by Irene and Chrissie Garcia-Galvan, they run their ice cream shop by day and solve crimes no one else can before the night is over. Join Pippa, Becca, Mary Beth, Stacey, and Winky on their latest case!
"A Real Frozen Treat of an 'Audible' Mystery"
When Miri receives a silver cat charm from her omama on the night before she dies, she has no idea that the charm holds a secret, a powerful magic that saved her omama's life and is about to make Miri's a whole lot more interesting.
Every girl and boy in the village of Frey fears the beast who lives in the forest. Ten years ago, the beast was formed from the town’s rage - and the evil that lurks inside all people in moments of weakness. Every year since, the townspeople have sacrificed one of their own to appease his anger. This year the sacrifice does not go as planned. A young man saves the chosen girl from fate. She is torn between doing her duty and untangling the identity of her savior and captor.
Granny has a new addition to her arsenal of crime fighting weapons as Fuchsia, Minnesota's most colorful detective. Now, along with her famous crook-hooking umbrella, she's acquired a scoundrel-skewering knitting needle. And just in time! Residents of Fuchsia seem to be dropping dead like flies! First, it's Granny's neighbor Sally (who gives up the ghost in her weed-filled front yard), followed by Esmeralda Periwinkle (the squirrel lover on Main Street).
Granny may be retired as Fuchsia, Minnesota's one-woman undercover sleuth for the Fuchsia Police Department, but that doesn't mean she still doesn't need a trusty weapon. Her weapon of choice? A pink snow shovel. When Granny runs over a dead body with her snowmobile, she unwittingly sets off a chain of events that involves mislabeled corpses, empty graves, and stolen money - lots of it! Who's at the bottom of this years-old crime?
A trip to her old farm ends in Granny forking a dead body in her silo. When the body turns out to be Granny's long lost love Robert Blackford, Granny is flabbergasted. When her devious twin sister, Amelia, the very person who stole Robert from Granny many years ago, shows up searching for her long lost son, Granny reluctantly agrees to help her find him. Of course, Granny's fiancé, Franklin Gatsby, is concerned for Granny's welfare and doesn't like it when she goes out sleuthing - one of Granny's favorite activities.
Granny leads a secret life in the small, unique community of Fuschia, Minnesota. It's not just her all junk food diet, multiplying pets, or her shocking bedtime attire that makes Granny one in a million. No, Granny is an undercover cop, charged by "the Big Guy" (the town's police chief) with preventing theft in local stores. Granny takes her job seriously and daily foils many shoplifters using her trusty spiked umbrella and amazing acting skills.
"Serious Chuckle time"
Jezabelle Jingle and her neighbors in the Penderghast section of Brilliant, Minnesota, have a mystery on their hands. Someone is stealing sections of hardwood floors in their homes, and the thefts may be connected to a long-hidden treasure left by the founders of Brilliant. Not only that but there's a dead body in a basement to add to the mix. Can Jezzie and her quirky friends figure out the puzzle and find the treasure before some other, unknown person - maybe the murderer - beats them to the punch?
Marriage counselor Nancy Werlock didn't want to take over the family business. Unfortunately for her, fate and a bunch of conniving but well-meaning spirits, have other plans. Now Nancy finds herself fumbling through exorcisms and training a sexy new apprentice. Because for Werlock women, the family business is demonology. And at the Three Wishes Boutique, the customer may not always be right, but he may very well be possessed.
This audiobook contains proven steps and strategies to make meditation a part of your life. We will be discussing what meditation is and how even those previously unfamiliar with meditative techniques can reap the benefits of a more focused mind. The first chapter provides an overview, while the following chapters are focused on different types of meditation, along with handy tips and tricks to guide you along the wonder of this natural process.
Strictly G.I. is a woman's historical World War II memoir created from an actual collection of letters and Vmail. Wanda served in the 149th WAAC Post Hq. Co., the first group of Womens Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC) during World War II to be sent overseas. "Strictly G.I." is a phrase my grandmother used to describe herself. She advanced quickly in the ranks, and shared her proudest moments in the letters, beginning with her initial training in Des Moines to marches before the general in North Africa.
Goals of this audiobook and lessons: To experience wholeness and know and accept that it is your right. To learn to activate and clear the chakras which are the energy centers of the bodies; physical, emotional, mental, ethereal. GIYAME offers the healers and the client the option of being open to all methods of self-knowing and methods of healing. I use stones, crystals, feathers, drums, chanting, light, dream work, memory retrieval, energy readings; whatever is most comfortable for the client and myself.
"A Good Place to Start"
Marriage counselor Nancy Werlock didn't want to take over the family business. Unfortunately for her fate, and a bunch of conniving but well-meaning spirits, have other plans. Now Nancy finds herself fumbling through exorcisms and sorting applications for a new apprentice. Because for Werlock women, the family business is demonology. And at the Three Wishes Boutique, the customer may not always be right, but he may very well be possessed.
It's time for the annual Mullica Hill Summer Arts Festival, and Nancy is expected to run a booth while juggling her mother's shop, a dwindling marriage counseling practice, and trying to stay one step ahead of Houston's dead mother.
Nancy Werlock didn't want to take over the family business. Unfortunately for her, fate - and a bunch of conniving spirits - have other plans. Now Nancy finds herself fumbling through exorcisms and sorting applications for a new apprentice. Because for Werlock women, the family business is demonology. And at the Three Wishes Boutique, the customer may not always be right, but he may possessed.
Sarcastic and witty, 29-year-old Alexandria Swanson is working her way up the on-air chain at a political talk radio station in San Francisco when a New York media giant buys the station and turns it into a Top 40 music format. In order to keep her job, Alex is shoved into the midday program as the resident dating expert. There's just one problem: Alex still lives with her grandparents, and her dating life is pathetic. She enlists the help of her celebrity-obsessed grandma, Moe, and her ex-military grandpa to teach her about dating. Her hilarious, poor-sport attitude makes station ratings fly off the charts as her morals fly out the window. Alex is soon forced to explore her own tragic past as she wades through her fears of falling in love.
Scarred, careful Eliza would rather dig around in the guts of a half-wrecked Russian viper than talk to her ex. But when her ship, the USS Melissa, gets called upon to race out past Pluto she might not have any choice. They need her ex's ship and its experimental skipdrive to beat their competitors to the prize: the first alien life forms, hovering cold and inert in the deep black.