RITA Award winner Irene Hannon has also won the Holt Medallion for her romantic suspense. In this pulse-pounding thriller, the White House orders elite FBI operator Evan Cooper to secure Monica Callahan from a terrorist threat. But since Monica refuses all calls from her senior diplomat father, she sees no need for his round-the- clock protection—until a chilling “message” leaves no doubt.
"Very Good Story - but too preachy in some parts"
From the shores of Ireland, Cormac O'Connor sets out on a fateful journey to avenge the deaths of his parents and honor the code of his ancestors. In return for aiding an African shaman who was brought to America in chains, Cormac is given an otherworldly gift: He will live forever - as long as he never leaves the island of Manhattan.
"Great, but even better Unabridged"
RITA Award-winning author Irene Hannon brings fans this exciting conclusion to her Heroes of Quantico series. In Harm’s Way opens with FBI agent Nick Bradley desperate to find a missing child. Then Rachel Sutton walks into his life, offering a tenuous link - Rachel claims she can feel the child’s terror through a tattered doll. Skeptical at first, Nick slowly uncovers startling connections that make him believe Rachel’s story - and believe her life is in grave danger.
Two-time RITA Award-winning author Irene Hannon delivers wholesome romantic suspense that gets listeners’ hearts pounding. The second Heroes of Quantico book, An Eye for an Eye, picks up with FBI Hostage Rescue Team member Mark Sanders in St. Louis, where he reunites with his old flame, Emily Lawson. But when Emily is almost killed by an unknown sniper, Mark must race against time to uncover the shooter’s true identity - before they return to finish the job.
One of the NASCAR circuit's greatest celebrity racers, Jeff Gordon is a favorite of motorsports fans around the country. This is the 100 percent true story of the making of an American racing legend. After competing in BMX races at just four years old, Jeff ran his first quarter-midget car race at the tender age of five years old. Can you imagine that? At that age most kids don't even know how to ride a bicycle, let alone drive a race car! He began racing stock cars in 1991 and soon after started competing for the most prestigious trophy in all of motorsports, the coveted Winston Cup.
The fiction of Bonnie Jo Campbell has been honored with the Pushcart Prize, the AWP Award for Short Fiction, and Southern Review’s Eudora Welty Prize. In this stunning collection—a National Book Award finalist—Campbell’s rural Michigan characters are both as jagged as rusty metal and as delicate as the light brush of fading dreams.
A single visit to a West Virginia prison can't resolve the tragic pasts of convicted child-killer Will Hatfield and his former sweetheart Karin. While she struggles with haunting regrets, Will vows to wait for her, no matter how long it takes.
Karen Bell's Shattered Justice journeys from heartrending grief to life-changing renewal. Still reeling from his wife's death, Sheriff Dan Justice takes refuge in Sanctuary, Oregon, with his young children. Soon counselor Shelby Wilson is convinced Dan's just the mentor her teen clients need - and, perhaps, the answer to her own prayers. And then a tragedy shatters Dan's faith and his sense of justice.
"God's Grace at its finest!"
New York Times best-selling author Joan Johnston tells an impassioned story of love and danger, ambition and family that features a man who has turned his back on his family's ranch to pursue his fortune as an attorney at Houston's most powerful law firm.
In Karen Ball's Kaleidoscope Eyes, a woman "cursed" with a gift must join forces with a man hiding ulterior motives - or die. Born with synesthesia, Annie sees a pulsating World of color others can't perceive. This makes her a sought-after stained-glass artists and a key member of the K-9 Search and Rescue Team. But no one knows how well Annie hides her insecurities - until Jed comes along.
"Dull and Wholesome"
In What Lies Within by CBA best-selling author Karen Ball, something is missing from the life of the successful owner of Justice Construction Co. But Kyla Justice doesn’t realize what it is until she begins building a center for inner-city kids. She’s now undeterred by supply problems or gang opposition. She won’t be stopped by her boyfriend’s suggestion to sell her businessand marry him. And she certainly won’t be sidetracked by that disagreeable Rafael Murphy.