Wade Wilson and Nathan Summers - Marvel's mightiest mutant mercs - are back, and this time they're stuck with each other!
Author: Fabian Nicieza
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Wade Wilson and Nathan Summers - Marvel's mightiest mutant mercs - are back, and this time they're stuck with each other! Can two grown men armed to the teeth with deadly genetic weaponery live together without driving each other crazy?! Action, adventure, black humor, black-ops, face-changing viruses, and lots of gunfire mark the return of two of Marvel's fan-favorite anti-heroes! Collects Cable/Deadpool (2004) #1-6.
Montgomery Hospital. You understand me?” Montgomery, Alabama, had three
hospitals, all of which were about a ninety-minute drive from Jimmy's Steel Bridge
Road home, where Anne had been attacked and injured. Jimmy thought that if I ...
Author: M. William Phelps
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Category: True Crime
On a day like any other in Akron, Ohio, in a parking lot like so many across America, a black-clad motorcyclist rode up to an occupied vehicle and fired a gun—and didn’t miss. The shock rippling through the community led to former beauty queen Cynthia George, a respected church member and devoted mother. Married to a wealthy businessman, she seemed to lead a charmed life. But did her beauty mask a heart cold enough to kill? M. William Phelps, award-winning master of the non-fiction thriller, updates this gripping saga of illicit love and murder with startling, unforgettable new insights. Praise for M. William Phelps Host of Investigation Discovery’s Dark Minds "Phelps ratchets up the dramatic tension."—Stephen Singular "Phelps exposes long-hidden secrets and reveals disquieting truths."—Kathryn Casey Includes 16 Pages Of Photos
If Looks Could Kill Maggie Wykes, Barrie Gunter. Summary Foucault's theory of
discourse theorized behaviours and values as made normal through language
as it penetrates each subject in cultural intercourse. Language use arguably ...
Author: Maggie Wykes
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The Media and Body Image draws together literature from sociology, gender studies, and psychology; brings together new empirical work on both media representations and audience responses; and offers a broad discussion of this topic in the context of socio-cultural change, gender politics, and self-identity.
The Spy Girls head for Asia to investigate a cult led by an enigmatic, hypnotically hot young guru, only to discover he's running a sweatshop where designer knock-offs are made. Worse yet, the profits are being funneled to the manufacture of nuclear weapons. He must be stopped, and it's up to these hip supergirls.
IF LOOKS COULD KILL Reviews & Accolades "Generous helpings of mystery,
horror and romance blend in a delectably rich treat... gripping." ~The Drood
Review of Mystery "One thriller you don't want to miss... an excellent read, once
Author: Eileen Dreyer
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
"Adroitly crafted and ingeniously plotted. This one is a spellbinder." ~John Lutz, author of UNTIL YOU ARE DEAD Chris Jackson has secrets. A wildly popular author of suspense novels, Chris hides away in the tiny town of Pyrite, Missouri, where she lives in a converted storefront and practices breaking-and-entering on local businesses. Most of the citizens of Pyrite happily claim Chris as their very own celebrity. But the new police chief, Al MacNamara isn't one of them. Recently transplanted from the mean streets of Chicago, Mac hates mysteries. And Chris Jackson is a mystery. Then, the murders begin. Murders that look suspiciously like those in Chris's books. Murders that escalate to a grisly stabbing that exactly mimicks a story no one has read except Chris, herself. With MacNamara's help, Chris is forced to delve into the dark recesses of her past for answers. Is a madman stalking Chris? Or is Chris right to question her own sanity? Could she be committing the murders herself? "...has as many layers as an onion and more than a few surprises." ~Gothic Journal Publisher's Note: As a former trauma nurse, Eileen Dreyer combines her real-world medical knowledge and superb story-telling to bring readers a series of uniquely plotted, spine-tingling, medical mysteries. Fans of Tami Hoag, Elizabeth George, Nora Roberts as well as John Lutz, Michael Crichton and Patricia Cornwell will enjoy these well-crafted medical thrillers. OTHER MEDICAL SUSPENSE/THRILLERS by Eileen Dreyer: Nothing Personal Brain Dead Bad Medicine If Looks Could Kill
In the wake of an ugly divorce and her abusive ex's death, Fran Kirk, a part-time P.I., accepts a much-needed job from an insurance investigation firm and becomes involved in a case involving a beauty salon owner's murder and the mob.
Author: Ruthe Furie
Publisher: Avon Books
In the wake of an ugly divorce and her abusive ex's death, Fran Kirk, a part-time P.I., accepts a much-needed job from an insurance investigation firm and becomes involved in a case involving a beauty salon owner's murder and the mob. Original.
''Someone killed her, Madison. I'm so sorry. Your dad is with Kaila, but I can get
him for you if—'' ''I saw it, Kyle.'' His eyes narrowed sharply. ''I saw it.'' ''What do
you mean, you saw it? You were in the hallway. Did the murderer run past you?
Author: Heather Graham
Madison Adair didn't witness her famous mother's brutal murder. But she saw it. Saw the gloved hand...felt the knife strike...knew her mother's terror. That was a lifetime ago. But the nightmares have returned; only, this time they're of a faceless serial killer stalking women in south Florida. A killer she can't see but who knows she is watching. Surrounded by her family, Madison knows she should feel safe, but she doesn't. And how much can FBI agent Kyle Montgomery protect her, when he can't let go of the past they've shared? Madison is Kyle's only link to the killer, but can they find the truth before the killer strikes again? Because sometimes, it's what--or who--you can't see that holds the greatest danger....
Vivid, fast-paced, and funny, If Looks Could Kill was a finalist for the inaugural Chapters/Robertson Davies Prize, whose jurists deemed it the best of the many mysteries they received.
Author: Michael Blair
Vancouver photographer Thomas McCall’s summer gets off to a rocky start when his hearing-impaired 12-year-old daughter arrives for a visit (with pet ferret in tow), his parents’ marriage hits the rocks, his assistant unaccountably botches a batch of film, his girlfriend pushes for a commitment he can’t make, and the houseboat he lives on starts to sink. In other words, the usual complications of a busy life. Nothing he can’t cope with. That is, until Carla, his stunningly beautiful, former lover, walks back into his life, unapologetic for having ripped off his stereo, computer, and expensive (albeit broken) Hassleblad camera when she walked out on him two years earlier. Worse, she now needs McCall to find her a place where she can hide away for a few days, no questions asked. McCall, still hopelessly in lust with her, reluctantly agrees. But Carla never turns up at the hideaway. And now her menacing new boyfriend, Vince, is frantic to find her – so frantic that he turns to McCall for help. What has Carla done to make her run away? What would Vince do to her if he found her? And why, against all sense, does McCall start searching for her – finding so much more than he ever wanted to? Vivid, fast-paced, and funny, If Looks Could Kill was a finalist for the inaugural Chapters/Robertson Davies Prize, whose jurists deemed it the best of the many mysteries they received. It was also shortlisted for the 2001 QSPELL First Novel Award
She didn't pinch those from you, did she?” “No and no.” But I could sense the
wheels turning in her head as she processed the info, obviously trying to see if it
added up to anything—or anyone. I wondered if Jeff's name had flashed across
Author: Kate White
Publisher: Hachette UK
I was lying under the covers with K.C., hoping I wouldn't do anything to mess up the delicate ecosystem of the moment. All it would take was the wrong remark from me-a suggestion that we plan a weekend at a charming inn in the Berkshires-and he'd burn rubber on his way out the door. Then the phone rang... Meet Bailey Weggins, the thirty-something, single-again true crime writer for a leading Manhattan woman's magazine. Smart and savvy, she's got a sixth sense when it comes to seeing the truth in a story-especially if it's murder. If Looks Could Kill Bailey's in bed with her commitment-challenged lover K.C. when she gets a frantic call from her high-maintenance boss at Gloss magazine. Grabbing coffee and a cab outside her Greenwich Village apartment-the consolation prize in her divorce settlement-Bailey reluctantly heads uptown. At Cat Jones's Upper East Side town house, she finds something that seriously clashes with the chic decor: the dead body of the family's live-in nanny. As Bailey-unofficially-delves into the murdered girl's past, she finds no shortage of A-list suspects. But when a startling discovery suggests that Cat may have been the intended victim, Bailey is suddenly up to her bed head in a high-profile investigation that's perfect fodder for a tabloid headline: Is someone trying to kill the editors of women's magazines? With the spotlight on New York's glitzy media world, Bailey interviews back-stabbing editors, straying husbands, and one sexy, six-feet-two psychologist who could make her decide to kick K.C. to the curb. Sporting her pair of red slingbacks and armed with the investigative skills she's honed as a true crime reporter, she sets out on a search that takes her from Manhattan's exclusive Carnegie Hill area-the nanny heartland of America-to the ritzy weekend estates of Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Bailey will need all her street smarts and some lightning-fast detective work to catch a killer who could end up deleting her name from the masthead for good. A novel that marks the debut of a sexy and wickedly entertaining new mystery series, If Looks Could Kill introduces a heroine whose blend of wry humor and gutsiness will win over readers everywhere.
“Maybe when I've been transformed into a 'new me' I'll find somebody, eh?” “I'm
sure you will,” Nancy said ... When he reached the door, Nancy ducked into an
alcove, where she could secretly watch him. Hepulled somethingout of his pocket
Author: Carolyn Keene
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Nancy receives an invitation from supermodel Martika Sawyer to her exclusive tropical resort, Cloud Nine. But inside one of the gorgeous guests at Cloud Nine lies the mind of a master manipulator—and a murderer.
This should be one of the books of the year' James Delargy DCS Frankie Sheehan is experiencing a crisis of confidence - having become wary of the instincts that have led her face-to-face with a twisted killer and brought those she loves ...
Author: Olivia Kiernan
Publisher: Frankie Sheehan
'Cracking . . . Taut, gripping and beautifully written' Steve Cavanagh 'An ending you definitely won't see coming' JP Delaney 'Drew me in from the first chapter . . . This should be one of the books of the year' James Delargy DCS Frankie Sheehan is experiencing a crisis of confidence - having become wary of the instincts that have led her face-to-face with a twisted killer and brought those she loves into direct jeopardy. She is summoned to the rural Wicklow mountains, where local mother of two, Debbie Nugent, has been reported missing. A bloody crime scene is discovered at Debbie's home, yet no body. Not only is foul play suspected, but Debbie's daughter, Margot, has been living with the scene for three days. Aware her team cannot convict Margot on appearances alone, Sheehan launches a full investigation into Debbie Nugent's life. And, before long, the discrepancies within Debbie's disappearance suggest that some families are built on dangerous deceptions, with ultimately murderous consequences. 'If Looks Could Kill raises the bar once more. Superb plotting, excellent character development and no one does setting better, in my opinion. Clever, stylish, cinematic. And bloody entertaining' Caz Frear 'A superior crime thriller filled with fascinating characters and laced with dark wit. The ending was both shocking and satisfying. Highly recommended' Mark Edwards 'What an absolute winner of a book. Superbly plotted, with characters I immediately want to hang out with more, and an immensely satisfying yet real conclusion. Five stars from me' Gytha Lodge
She had her own difficulties . And a dream of her own to protect , too . She ' d
keep her business safely in the black if it killed her . The decision instantly filled
Catherine with relief , though she was savvy enough to know it was of the
Author: M. L. Gamble
If Looks Could Kill by M.L. Gamble released on Aug 23, 1991 is available now for purchase.
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