The First Order


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The First Order: Jeff Abbott

One young man with two different personalities and hides his true whereabouts from the one person that hopes to find him before it’s too late. How far would you go to find someone you thought was dead to learn that he might not be what you think he is and does not want you to find him? Phillip Judge is a paid assassin who is being hired to kill the Premier of Russia. When approached by a rich woman named Mrs. Clayborne he’s presented with a mission that another has declined. Failure is not an option when working with this particular group and declining when learning the facts fatal. Within the start of the novel we meet Sam Capra the brother of a young man named Danny who is presumed to have been executed by a terrorist group along with another man in his battalion…

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Beehives


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Beehives: Mary Coley

Stephen Knapp is enchanted with bees and enjoys protecting them by caring for many different apiaries and making sure that they are in proper order. But, many of us would rather not be near them since their stings do hurt, some are allergic to them and others would rather steer clear. While Jamie Aldrich and Sam Mazie are about to enjoy a vacation in Oklahoma’s Osage Hills State Park, little did they know that their first encounter with the walking trails would bring them smack dab in the middle of a murder that some think was an accident. Stephen is Sam’s cousin and his behavior when he sees his cousin is odd and his manner brash. As the story continues and the ranger requests that they remain for the Sheriff on charge of the investigation what Jamie uncovers on a crumbling wall will rock her world and…

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Past Imperfections


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Past Imperfections: M.A.R. Unger

Within this world there are people who strive for perfection and must find a way to hide any flaws. Within this world some do this by getting plastic surgery, others hide it by not allowing others to see what makes them less than perfect. When someone finds themselves at a crossroads in their career and wants to create another life or pretend that they are no longer alive what happens is a series of events that spirals out of control and the end result will be more than tragic. The novel begins with an unusual encounter when a woman in disguise enters the office of the Foothill Canyon Detective Agency asking for the investigator on call to look into who might be trying to kill her. But, just who is this mysterious person and what are her real motives for wanting to hire our lead character?

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Cometh the Hour: Jeffrey Archer


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Harry and Emma are facing a libel suit against Emma set forth by Lady Virginia. A simple letter that Emma wants kept secret reveals the truth behind a suicide and sets in motion what happens next. As Sir Giles, her brother decides to withdraw from running for office and Sebastian her son is placed in a position of power in her company the Clifton and Barrington families face betrayals, deceits and secrets that keep the reader glued to the printed page. Harry’s story is told as we learn about his early years raised by his mother and uncle who worked for Barrington Shipping. The story continues in the 1970’s and now Emma Clifton is facing serious libel trial and hopefully will not have to withdraw as the chairman of her shipping company. Not wanting to reveal what is in this hidden letter she hopes that he jury will find her…

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