A Novel of Suspense Diana Diamond. This is a work of fiction. All of the characters, organizations, and events portrayed in this novel are either products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. THE OTHER WOMAN.
Author: Diana Diamond
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pam Leighton is a smart, ambitious, and sexy aide to a handsome Washington lobbyist named John Duke. For the last two years, she's also been his lover. It's an open secret that his glamorous and social-climbing wife, Catherine, tolerates—to a point. After the President nominates Duke for a cabinet post, Catherine sees her opportunity and delivers an ultimatum: either fire Pam or get ready for a very public, very ugly divorce. Duke's sharply honed political instincts tell him exactly what he needs to do. In one abrupt, brutal meeting, Duke ends the relationship and fires her from the job she loves. But Pam is not about to go quietly: A powerful New York publisher is offering her big money for what could be the ultimate Washington tell-all. But when people around her begin dying, Pam realizes that finishing the book may be a matter of life and death—her own.
The Other Woman's Shoes is a gripping novel of two very different sisters from Adele Parks, author of the No. 1 Sunday Times bestseller, Just My Luck, which asks: is there such a thing as a perfect life or the perfect love?
Author: Adele Parks
Publisher: Headline Review
Category: Man-woman relationships
The Other Woman's Shoes is a gripping novel of two very different sisters from Adele Parks, author of the No. 1 ebook bestseller, The Stranger In My Home, which asks: is there such a thing as a perfect life or the perfect love? The Evergreen sisters have always been opposites with little in common. Martha is married and has the perfect home, family and life. Eliza rents a drab one-bedroom flat, which she shares with her sexy but hapless boyfriend. Until, one day, Eliza walks out on him, the very same day that Martha's husband walks out on her. Suddenly the Evergreen sisters are united by separation. Eliza is free to pursue the relationships she's always wanted; one that offers stability and security. Martha falls into a relationship that she could never have imagined; it's wild and wicked. Can they find happiness dashing down these new routes or does chasing love only get more complicated when you're running in another woman's shoes? *Includes bonus material*
This is the book for the woman who finds herself involved with such a married man! This is absolutely not a "how to become a mistress" book.
Author: Petra Falk
Category: Family & Relationships
Almost half of all married men, and slightly fewer married women, admit to having had at least one affair. This is the book for the woman who finds herself involved with such a married man! This is absolutely not a "how to become a mistress" book. It offers help to those who are already finding themselves in this situation so everyone involved survives the experience as unharmed as possible under the circumstances, especially the "Other Woman" herself. Insightful, at times funny, and always straight to the point, this book is a "must read" for every "Other Woman!" And let us not forget that there is a betrayed wife and a cheating husband for every Other Woman. This book would be an eyeopener for many of those, too.
These questions and hundreds more inspired me to write my first Holmes novel, A Biased Judgement: The Sherlock Holmes Diaries 1897 In the book, I combined the canonical stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with the historical events of ...
Author: Geri Schear
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Poltergeists, Egyptian myths, and a series of murders make 1898 a year Sherlock Holmes will never forget. From Camden Town to the diamond district, no part of London is safe. It will take all his skills if Holmes is to keep himself, Doctor Watson, and their friends free from harm. He doesn’t need any distractions. What a time for Lady Beatrice to be trapped in a volatile Paris.
Dear , the book of one's life is bound up in two volumes . The first is called " Anticipation ... I think I've loved him all my life , and I want to make up to him for all the other woman made him suffer . ENID . Then there was another ...
Tara Charming is a beautiful actress who often plays the role of seductress and is labeled as the industry’s femme fatale. She can endure the rumors to get her name out to the public, but she can’t stand being misunderstood by a colleague! She finally earns an opportunity to be the lead actress in a highly anticipated film by the famous Kingston family, but she can’t focus on her acting after the cameraman, Gage Kingston, misjudges her. Since Gage believes what the tabloids write about her, he assumes Tara is a seductress who tries to sleep with every male costar, and he wants to keep her away from his brother and the lead actor, Pierce Kingston. Seeing Tara in a love scene with Pierce irritates Gage, and Tara can’t concentrate with Gage staring at her… Could this be the start of their romance?
After her mother’s passing, Marisa moves to London and starts working as a janitor in an upscale apartment block. One day, in the elevator, she meets Greek multimillionaire Athan Teodarkis, who lives in the penthouse. The very next day he offers her a bouquet of flowers and invites Marisa to a play she’s been dying to see. Does he think she’s one of the wealthy inhabitants of the building? Marisa goes on dreamlike dates with Athan and falls in love with him even though she knows they come from different worlds?she even accepts an invitation to his Caribbean beach house. But Marisa has no idea about Athan’s despicable plans.
All of the characters, organizations, and events portrayed in this novel are either products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. THOMAS DUNNE BOOKS. An imprint of St. Martin's Press. DEATH WAS THE OTHER WOMAN.
Author: Linda L. Richards
Publisher: Minotaur Books
As the lawlessness of Prohibition pushes against the desperation of the Depression, there are two ways to make a living in Los Angeles: join the criminals or collar them. Kitty Pangborn has chosen the crime-fighters, becoming secretary to Dexter J. Theroux, one of the hard-drinking, tough-talking PIs who pepper the city's stew. But after Dex takes an assignment from Rita Heppelwaite, the mistress of Harrison Dempsey, one of L.A.'s shadiest--and richest--businessmen, Kitty isn't so sure what side of the law she's on. Rita suspects Dempsey has been stepping out and asks Dex to tail him. It's an easy enough task, but Dex's morning stroll with Johnnie Walker would make it tough for him to trail his own shadow. Kitty insists she go along for the ride, keeping her boss--and hopefully her salary--safe. However, she's about to realize that there's something far more unpleasant than a three-timing husband at the end of this trail, and that there's more at risk than her paycheck. Richly satisfying and stylishly gritty, Death Was the Other Woman gives a brand-new twist to the hard-boiled style, revealing that while veteran PIs like Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe spent their time slugging scotch and wooing women, it may well have been the Girl Fridays of the world who really cracked the cases.
A precursor to America's Most Wanted, the fictionalised drama of the television show worked to solidify the fiction of Davis's criminality as a truth. The photograph helped to buttress this fiction, and was accompanied by a deep voice ...
Author: Kimberly Lamm
Publisher: Manchester University Press
This book analyses how three artists – Adrian Piper, Nancy Spero and Mary Kelly – worked with the visual dimensions of language in the 1960s and 1970s.
Seclusion is also the undoing of Beatrice, the other woman in the novel who loves Castruccio. Raised in a convent, her response to him begins, like Euthanasia's, with deification (1:189, 2:87-88), and ends, after he abandons her, ...
Author: Audrey Fisch
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Although Frankenstein is now widely taught in classes on Romanticism, little attention has been paid to the considerable corpus of Mary Shelley's other works. Indeed the excitement of the last decade at feminist approaches to Frankenstein has ironically obscured the persona of its author. This collection of essays, written by a preeminent group of Romantic scholars, sketches a portrait of the "other Mary Shelley": the writer and intellectual who recognized the turbulent interplay among issues of family, gender, and society, and whose writings resonate strongly in the setting of contemporary politics, culture, and feminism. By analyzing a previously neglected body of novels, novellas, reviews, travel writing, essays, letters, biographies, and tales, and by emphasizing Mary Shelley's shrewd assessment of Romanticism, the essays in this volume offer a ground-breaking evaluation of one of the foremost cultural critics of the nineteenth century.