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A Blessing
Rajeen lives in India, near the bustling streets of the Taj Mahal. The boy's deformity, a badly twisted leg, creates pity and allows him to make a living begging from the tourists. It is not a good life, but the only one Rajeen knows. Rajeen's father insists that his deformity is an advantage because he can earn a living without working, but Rajeen continues to long for a better life. His unlikely friendship with a wealthy American artist, Margaret Dawson, leads him to an open door and face-to... more info>>
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A Deal On A Handshake [Jeff McQuede Mysteries]
In these seven mysteries, Sheriff Jeff McQuede finds himself in the middle of a deal made on a handshake--where the result is murder. Set in the high country of modern-day Wyoming, the deal makers are speculators at an old-time mountain man rendezvous, traders vying over rare Indian pots, or two family patriarchs pretending to bridge a lifetime of feuding. Throughout the book McQuede battles his arch-enemy Ruger, who runs a host of illegal activities, but generally manages to evade McQuede's tra... more info>>
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Bitter Melody
When Elaine Sands auditions as a singer for the Wind River Band, her wildest dreams seem to be coming true. But soon it is clear that someone is out to ruin her success. During her first night on stage, Elaine barely escapes receiving a fatal electrical shock. Threatening phone calls suggest she has become the target of some obsessed fan. Yet Elaine notes undercurrents of resentment directed at Rex Tobin, handsome singer and part owner of Craft Music Productions. Rex, not Elaine, might be the ac... more info>>
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Lost City of the Condor
Arla Vaughn: Pre-Columbian Treasure Series -- the Inca. While traveling on a local bus in Chinchero, Peru, Arla is approached by a mysterious female peddler who shows her a small, silver warrior. The statue is identical to those found only in rare Inca tombs located high in the Andes. Arla suspects this is a genuine artifact, perhaps stolen from the same Capacocha burial site her co-worker, Lance Hayden, is seeking. When the woman tells her she has many more items for sale, Arla follows her t... more info>>
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No Longer Drifting
In everyone's life, whether gradual or forced by outside circumstances, change is inevitable. The characters in these stories face crucial problems and lose all sense of direction. Change appears in the sinister form of an enemy in The Blameless. In The Angel of Darkness, it surfaces as the deadly inner-struggle of a young divorcee contemplating suicide. Whatever the case, each person sets out on some new, sometimes frightening, course--no longer drifting.
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The Bloody Knife
A knife, that swift and silent killer, can be a deadly weapon whether in the hands of a sworn enemy or a so-called friend. In The Bloody Knife--six tales of mystery and suspense, in each story a knife plays a crucial role. A high school girl knows a deadly secret about the leader of the Dragons. On a Paris subway a tourist comes face to face with the Metro Stalker. A vacation goes wrong when a camper-trailer becomes a death trap. A mystery writer with psychic powers has written the beginning of ... more info>>
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The Devil's Gate
"Marry me, Anna, Be my wife--" When Tavas Haspura wills the Devil's Gate ranch to Anna instead of his own nephew, Ivan, the words Anna has hoped all her life to hear from her secret love bring suspicion and fear rather than joy and anticipation. Anna soon discovers the isolated Nevada ranch is in a state of panic. Mysterious cattle mutilations cause rumors of witchcraft, threatening to plunge the ranch into financial ruin. When Ivan's wife Colleen turns up missing and her body is found deep in t... more info>>
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The Seven Sapphires of Mardi Gras
Louise Moreland journeys to her mother's beloved south, planning to restore Evangeline, the mansion she has inherited. But instead of a lavish plantation, she discovers a charred ruin. And living within the burnt-out shell is Nicholas Dereux, a man they call "mad Nicholas." Tormented by a terrible secret, it is rumored he waits for a dead wife--one he may have murdered--to return on Mardi Gras night. Historical Romantic Suspense by Vickie Britton; originally published by Zebra
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The Viking Crown
Honduras, Central America, 1885 Carriage broken down in an isolated area of Central America, abandoned by her guide and surrounded by bandits, Marta Swan appeals to handsome Ramon Santiago for rescue. A swift ride on horseback takes them to a remote castle nestled in the mountains, where Marta is welcomed by Ramon's employer, an enigmatic, red-bearded man known throughout the region as "the Viking." Marta's fears rise as she leans the Viking is a madman who believes her to be the reincarnation o... more info>>
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Whiskey Shots Volume 5
Two short story suspense thrillers from sisters Vickie Britton and Loretta Jackson are featured in this edition of WHISKEY SHOTS. "Faces of Evil" "Evil has many faces." Kara's mother has instilled in her daughter a caution of strangers. Stranded in a big city bus stop, when Kara is approached by a stranger posing as a photographer, she has the good sense not to leave with him. But when she sees another young woman about to become lured away by the same man, who she has reason to believe is the s... more info>>
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