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- Little, Brown and Company 2015; Not Available
The truth will set you free-if it doesn't kill you first. After a serious professional stumble, attorney Trevor Mann may have finally hit his stride. He's found happiness with his girlfriend Claire Parker, a beautiful, ambitious journalist always on the hunt for a scoop. But when Claire's newest story leads to a violent confrontation, Trevor's... more...
- Corwin 2014; US$ 11.95
Check out EdCamp for exciting professional development that works! In this volume, discover Edcamp, a model of professional development that?s never one- size-fits-all?and always productive. In an Edcamp ?unconference,? participants create the agenda and lead sessions, drawing on individual expertise and active collaboration for real results.... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 7.99
?A pulse-pounding romantic thriller . . . with [Linda Howard?s] patented blend of sizzling sex, heart-stopping action and humor.??RT Book Reviews ?Gripping . . . When it comes to romantic suspense, Prey is about as good as it gets.??The Romance Reader ?For those readers who love adventure, and surprising twists and turns.??Fresh Fiction... more...
- Little, Brown Book Group 2012; Not Available
Gujaareh, the city of dreams, suffers under the imperial rule of the Kisuati Protectorate. A city where the only law was peace now knows violence and oppression. And nightmares: a mysterious and deadly plague haunts the citizens of Gujaareh, dooming the infected to die screaming in their sleep. Trapped between dark dreams and cruel overlords, the... more...
- Random House 2010; US$ 14.38
'Alternative' medicine is now used by one in three of us. In the UK we spend an estimated £4.5 billion a year on it and its practitioners are now insinuating themselves into the mainstream. There are methods based on ancient or far-eastern medicine, as well as ones invented in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Many are promoted as natural treatments.... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2003; US$ 7.99
Count your blessings; they can be snatched away in an instant . It is a sentiment Milla Edge knows too well. With an astonishing blend of savvy, instinct, and passion, Milla displays an uncanny gift for finding lost children. When all seems helpless, desperate souls from across the country come to her for hope and results. Driven by an obsessive desire... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2006; US$ 7.99
?Linda Howard is a superbly original storyteller.? ?Iris Johansen Blair Mallory has already survived one murder attempt. Now, while planning her wedding and dealing with holiday-season madness, Blair once again dodges a bullet. Or more precisely, a Buick. And though the driver?s identity remains a mystery, his or her murderous intentions are all... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 7.99
1 Bailey Wingate woke up crying. Again. She hated when she did that, because she couldn?t see any reason for being such a wuss. If she were desperately unhappy, if she were lonely or grieving, crying in her sleep would make sense, but she wasn?t any of those things. At worst, she was pissed. Even being pissed wasn?t a full-time attitude; that came... more...
- Harlequin 2007; US$ 4.75
Dante Raintree stood with his arms crossed as he watched the woman on the monitor. The image was in black and white, to better show details; color distracted the brain. He focused on her hands, watching every move she made, but what struck him most was how uncommonly still she was. She didn't fidget, or play with her chips, or look around at the... more...