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Love And Hennessy 4 An Addictive Kind Of Love

Author: Carmen Lashay
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781985274945
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This installment picks up where you were left, dangling on the edge of your seats with anticipation. Will the shooter of Ghost and Tommie be revealed? Is Rodney dead for real? The only way to find out is to buckle up for one final, explosive ride with the characters you have grown to love or hate to love. This finale will leave you with your heart pounding and your mind boggled. With unexpected twist and revelations, you head will spin. A blast from Jasmine's past shows up to shake things up, as if their lives needed any more shaking. The wedge between her and Dominic with be driven so far apart that they once again will find themselves fighting for a place in each other's lives. Will it happen for them? Or will calling it quits be the best thing, if they want to survive? In this tale of love and betrayal, bonds are broken, lives are forever destroyed and loyalty is just a word. Where there is light life altering secrets are revealed. Whose relationship is tight enough to withstand the ultimate test?

Deceptions

Author: Kelley Armstrong
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698191129
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Otherworld series delivers her most suspenseful novel yet, where the discovery of Cainsville’s dark past and the true nature of its inhabitants leads to murder, redemption, love, and unspeakable loss. Olivia Taylor Jones’s life has exploded. She’s discovered she is not only adopted, but her real parents are convicted serial killers. Fleeing the media frenzy, she took refuge in the oddly secluded town of Cainsville. She has since solved the town’s mysteries and finds herself not only the target of its secretive elders but also her stalker ex-fiancé. Visions continue to haunt her: particularly a little blond girl in a green sundress who insists she has an important message for Olivia, one that may help her balance the light and darkness within herself. Death stalks both Olivia and the two men most important to her, as she desperately searches to understand whether ancient scripts are dictating the triangle that connects them. Will darkness prevail, or does Olivia have the power to prevent a tragic fate? From the Hardcover edition.

Three Blondes And Death

Author: I︠U︡riĭ Tarnavsʹkyĭ
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 9780932511683
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A man searches for the meaning of life through a succession of destructive relationships with three women

Mad Mary Lamb

Author: Susan Tyler Hitchcock
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393057416
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Traces the life and social circle of Charles Lamb's sister, Mary, who, suffering from periodic episodes of mental illness, murdered her mother and later collaborated with her brother on the famous "Tales from Shakespeare."

The Dead Duke His Secret Wife And The Missing Corpse An Extraordinary Edwardian Case Of Deception And Intrigue

Author: Piu Eatwell
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 1631491245
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“It’s Downton Abbey meets The Addams Family in [this] delightfully offbeat history.”—Library Journal At the close of the Victorian era, as now, privacy was power. The extraordinarily wealthy 5th Duke of Portland had a mania for it, hiding in his carriage and building tunnels between buildings to avoid being seen. In 1897, an elderly widow asked the court to exhume the grave of her late father-in-law, T. C. Druce, under the suspicion that he’d led a double life as the 5th Duke. The eccentric duke, Anna Maria contended, had faked his death as Druce, and her son should inherit the Portland millions. Revealing a dark underbelly of Victorian society, Piu Marie Eatwell evokes an era when the rise of sensationalist media blurred every fact into fiction and when family secrets and fluid identities pushed class anxieties to new heights.

Woven In Deception

Author: Nirmala Kasinathan
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 1612048935
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Woven In Deception is the story of a wealthy Indian family, a forgotten deceit, and a malignant curse. At the age of 65, Doraisamy inherits his father's textile empire. Soon afterwards he is diagnosed with colon cancer and dies following a long, drawn out and painful struggle. His eldest son and rightful heir, Rajendran, is a successful aeronautical engineer who lost his leg during the Communist Insurgency War at the Thai-Malaysian Border in 1967. Rajendran is also afflicted by a familial cancer that leaves him depressed and hopeless. Before passing away, Doraisamy appoints Rajendran as managing director of the textile business. Rajendran continues to face numerous problems, not the least of which are his own failing health and mental state. Unbeknownst to him at the time, his son Vikram is suffering child abuse at the hands of the family's domestic maid. However Vikram possesses great determination, and through hard work he manages to establish himself as a successful entrepreneur and artist, although even he suffers from numerous modern day trials and tribulations, including a dissociative identity disorder. Will Vikram be able to maintain his sanity and triumph over the malicious curse that has gripped his family for three generations?

The Missionary Position

Author: Christopher Hitchens
Publisher: Signal
ISBN: 0771039190
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Among his many books, perhaps none have sparked more outrage than The Missionary Position, Christopher Hitchens's meticulous and searing study of the life and deeds of Mother Teresa--and it is now available as a Signal deluxe paperback. A Nobel Peace Prize recipient canonized by the Catholic Church in 2003, Mother Teresa of Calcutta was celebrated by heads of state and adored by millions for her work on behalf of the poor. In his measured critique, Hitchens asks only that Mother Teresa's reputation be judged by her actions--not the other way around. With characteristic elan and rhetorical dexterity, Hitchens eviscerates the fawning cult of Teresa, recasting the Albanian missionary in a light she has never before been seen in.