A page turning new London crime-thriller in the tradition of 'Eeny Meeny' and 'Pop Goes the Weasel' by M. J. Arlidge, 'One by One' and 'The Caller' by Chris Carter and the 'Tom Thorne' series by Mark Billingham. When a bloody corpse is discovered in a North London park, Detective Inspector Daniel Graves is the man on task to the killer. With no clues and no suspects it seems like a dead end.
The Flip, based upon a true story, tells the truth about Fliponomics. Set in 2002, it’s about an overly aggressive real estate broker based in Pasadena, CA who flipped 50 new tract homes in 5 years. Conflicted, driven and full of hubris, this investor employed a controversial burn and churn strategy of buying multi-homes under construction for as little as $1,500 and rapidly reselling these homes at a substantial profit.
Albrecht Rademacher is a German industrialist with an evil plan to use genetics to create a virus that can be used in chemicals which will be released to kill millions of people around the world. His main henchman, Ezekiel Adarkwa, an African pirate, mercenary and killer, is a physically tough and ruthless enforcer who carries out all of Rademacher’s plans.
Moon Rising is the first book in the Wolfland trilogy, a series of paranormal romance/mystery novels. The following titles are Blood Ties and Silver Bullet. In the fall of 2016, Abigail Lawson is experiencing a string of recurring dreams. The dream begins like every other night. She falls asleep imagining the white wolf and how she longs to hear the howls of his pack.
When a Caucasian female Texas rancher's home is invaded by an escaped African American prison escapee and they are forced to spend the night together in a storm cellar, while a tornado rages above them, sparks begin to fly. It soon becomes apparent that the trapped occupants are from two entirely different worlds. However, as the hours pass and they begin to participate in the telling of their life stories, they discover they have a lot more in common than they imagined.
This is a children's story about time travel. You will join the adventures of a boy named Christopher, a girl named Sophia and their friend Duke, a very friendly retriever dog. By chance, they find themselves in an hot air balloon that flies them to Fairyland where mysterious events happen. On their journey, the children will meet good and evil scientists, as well as a dubious gnome.
In a world where time travel is readily accessible, the rich landscapes that fostered the beginnings of human civilization become the battleground for a silent war that rages through the eons as time travelers each carve their own paths for history to follow. Yet even time travelers are not immune to the ravages of time. For these manipulators of fate, aging is the least of the horrors that await.
This non-sequential Florence city guide links the back-stories of the Renaissance giants with the sites throughout the city of Florence. Created for today's attention-strained traveler, it uses micro-content and visual richness to enable the reader to come away as the smartest person in the room, without the commitment of heavy reading. Included is quite a line-up of top Renaissance celebrities with plenty of star-power. Like Michelangelo, Raphael, Dante, Galileo, da Vinci, Donatello, Machivelli, with plenty more.