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False Pretenses

Author: Catherine Coulter
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780451199683
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Acquitted for the murder of her husband through the perjured testimony of psychiatrist Christian Hunter, Elizabeth Carleton struggles to uncover the true murderer, rebuild her life and business, and find new love. Reprint.

False Pretenses

Author: Kathy Herman
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 9780781406185
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The first in a new series from Kathy Herman, False Pretenses is a gripping suspense novel that leaves a lasting impression about honesty and accountability.

False Pretenses

Author: Carolyn Keene
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481438662
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When her father’s coworker is murdered, Nancy sets out to find the killer. The victim has left a long list of enemies to work from, but the people in River Heights have their own ideas about who is responsible—Nancy’s father! Desperate to find the truth, Nancy sets out to find the culprit before her father takes the blame.

Public Apology Between Ritual And Regret

Author: Barbara Segaert
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9401209537
Size: 20.13 MB
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Since the 1990s we witness a rise in public apologies. Are we living in the ‘Age of Apology’? Interesting research questions can be raised about the opportunity, the form, the meaning, the effectiveness and the ethical implications of public apologies. Are they not merely a clever and easy device to escape real and tangible responsibility for mistakes or wrong done? Are they not at risk to become well-rehearsed rituals that claim to express regret but, in fact, avoid doing so? In a joint interdisciplinary effort, the contributors to this book, combining findings from their specific fields of research (legal, religious, political, linguistic, marketing and communication studies), attempt to articulate this tension between ritual and sincere regret, between the discourse and the content of apologies, between excuses that pretend and regret that seeks reconciliation.

False Pretenses

Author: Olivia Flaggert
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781980598633
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From Olivia Flaggert - author of "False Pretenses," comes the fast-paced, suspense thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. "False Pretenses," is the story of Bella, an effervescent young woman doing her best to advance her career in the medical marketing field. After landing a job with the most prestigious neurosurgeon in Dallas, it seems Bella has finally attained the job of her dreams. However, one day everything about her seemingly perfect job changes when she uncovers a disturbing secret about her boss, Dr. Benson. On her journey to discover the truth, she also starts to fall in love with the valet driver at the hospital, Tim. But when Bella doesn't show up to work the morning after spending the night with Tim, Tim can't help but to feel as if he was the cause of her mysterious disappearance. Was he moving too quickly with the girl of his dreams? However, when the clues start to unfold, it quickly becomes evident that something more sinister is at play.

935 Lies

Author: Charles Lewis
Publisher: PublicAffairs
ISBN: 1610391179
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Discusses how the Internet has made it more confusing to discern fact from fiction, and how those in powerful positions use their authority to control the release of information and corrupt its content.

Designs In Crime

Author: Carolyn Keene
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481438670
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Beau Winston is a hot name in fashion, and he’s invited Nancy Drew into his New York studio to find out who is stealing his original designs. But now he has suffered an even greater loss—one that threatens to destroy his reputation. Someone has made off with his most prized creation: a wedding gown custom-made for heiress Joanna Rockwell. Nancy’s investigation draws her into a web of hidden motives and twisted ambitions. She uncovers a pattern of intrigue, betrayal, and revenge stretching from Manhattan’s Garment District to the Fifth Avenue triplex of the billionaire Rockwell family. And every new thread in the case leads to an increase in danger: for the thief of fashions is now dressed to kill!

Dangerous Mercy

Author: Kathy Herman
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 9781434704702
Size: 75.38 MB
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This intense psychological thriller is the second book in the Secrets of Roux River Bayou series from best-selling author Kathy Herman.