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A TwoTime Widow Leading A Double Life Miriam Giles ran away to Colorado to bury her violent pastbut this seductive, charismatic widow had a dark side that could never stay buried. After finding the "sugar daddy" she was looking for in Alan Helmick, her new marriage seemed happy. Then, two years later, Alan met a gruesome fate. Returning home from errands, Miriam found him lying in a pool of blood. Miriam showed police a cryptic note warning her to "run, run, run." But Miriam was no distraught housewife. She was a master manipulator always able to stay one step ahead of her unwitting partnerand the lawuntil now. Case seen on Dateline Includes dramatic photos. Praise for Robert Scott and Shattered Innocence "Compelling and shocking. . .a groundbreaking book." Robert K. Tanenbaum "Fascinating and fresh. . .a fastpaced, informative read." Sue Russell
In Recreational Terror, Isabel Cristina Pinedo analyzes how the contemporary horror film produces recreational terror as a pleasurable encounter with violence and danger for female spectators. She challenges the conventional wisdom that violent horror films can only degrade women and incite violence, and contends instead that the contemporary horror film speaks to the cultural need to express rage and terror in the midst of social upheaval.
Rosario Tijeras is the violent, violated character at the center of Ramos's study of contrasts, set in self-destruction 1980s Medellin. Her very name--evoking the rosary, and scissors--bespeaks her conflict as a woman who becomes a contract killer to insulate herself from the random violence of the streets.
"I will never leave you, Erik...." -- Christine Daae, in "Progeny" Real passion and love never die. Just ask Catherine. Shadowy images of a man in a black tuxedo and mask haunt her dreams. Who is this figure, and why does her very soul respond to the mere thought of him? Catherine's answers begin with a visit to a local psychic where she is led down the path of a past-life experience and reunited with the spirit who has watched over her for centuries... and end at the very heart of a love that has endured the grueling trials of death and life, and even God... at the Paris Opera House. Is it possible that death is not the end of this life, but the beginning of the next? You decide....
PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary of the book and NOT the original book. Night Broken by Patricia Briggs - A 30 Minute Summary Inside this Instaread Summary: • Overview of the entire book • Introduction to the important people in the book • Summary and analysis of all the chapters in the book • Key Takeaways of the book • A Reader's Perspective Preview of this summary: Chapter One Mercy is washing the dishes after a family breakfast with her stepdaughter and a female member of the pack, Auriele, when the phone rings. Jesse answers the phone. Her mother, Christy, is calling, and she is frantically asking for Adam, her ex-husband. Christy asks Adam if she can come home because a strange man is stalking her, and she is terrified. Adam tells her to call the police. Mercy can hear Christy’s pleading and tells Adam to let her come, even though she knows she will bring drama into her home. Later that night, someone knocks on the front door. Mercy tries to wake Adam, but he seems to be under a spell and will not wake up. She grabs her gun and goes to the door. Before opening the door, she asks who is there. The man on the other side tells her that those of his kind do not give their names lightly. This tells Mercy that he is a fae. Fae are supernatural creatures that can change their faces, voices, sizes, and shapes. The man tells her he has been known as Alistair Beauclaire most recently. Mercy knew that Beauclaire was really Gwyn ap Lugh, son of the Gray Lord and ruler of all of the fae. Mercy makes him promise he won’t harm her or anyone else in the house if she lets him in. She asks him what he wants, and he tells her that he wants his father’s walking stick...
In her witty, southern-fried suspense novels, Sarah Shankman delivers nonstop action with a hilarious bite. Now she sends her acclaimed, irreverent heroine -- New Orleans writer Samantha Adams -- to a southwestern New Age hot spot, to unearth a secret past that was supposed to be six feet under. My dearest Sugar. I must see you. It's urgent. I need your help. The letter that arrived from Sam's mother was postmarked Santa Fe, penned in her mother's handwriting, and disclosed details only Johanna Adams could know. There was just one catch: Johanna Adams had been dead for thirty-four years. The mind-blowing missive could have been an entry from Sam's latest book of bizarre anecdotes, American Weird -- or an elaborate hoax. Either way, it instantly rekindled Sam's impossible wish that her mother hadn't really died in a plane crash when Sam was a child. Fueled by her journalistic instincts -- and a daughter's need for closure -- Sam touches down among Santa Fe's tourists and crystal gazers, jewelry shops and fast-food stands. But only when she summons the courage to knock on the door of Room 409 at the La Fonda Hotel does her surreal, mother-seeking adventure take off with no turning back.
Ann Ranson hates golf and when her drive leaves a man sprawled on the next green, it's clear the feeling is mutual. But then she realizes the man is dead and her golf ball hasn't killed him - he's been stabbed! Sheriff Lark Swenson and State Detective Lacey Smith investigate the murder, with no shortage of suspects. The victim was thwarting developent interests in the increasingly popular vacation spot of Door County, Wisconsin. Add to that a baffling rash of summer home robberies, and Lark and Lacey have their hands full again.

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