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Freefall: Adam Hamdy

Sylvia Greene could not handle life anymore and decided to take her own by hanging herself. This odd but suspicious suicide of this well-known journalist sets of a chain of events that would lead back to what happened years before with a masked serial killer called the Pendulum. The author sends us to the mountains of Afghanistan where we are reintroduced to John Wallace who is haunted and plagued by the grief he feels for what happened to some of the soldiers he worked with. A masked killer attacked the police squad and from there on he’s been obsessed with finding this diabolical killer using a decapitation device.

Wallace and Bailey wind up in tenuous and difficult situations as Wallace flies back to Istanbul and is arrested for terrorism and placed in a cell. Bailey manages to infiltrate, they escape but Bailey and Wallace escape but only…

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Dangerous Places

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Dangerous Places: Susan Hunter

Heather Scott has been missing for over 20 years and the killer has yet to be named. Eric Dayton and Heather spent her last night alive together which ended in a verbal argument and then a physical encounter, which almost made him veer off the road. Insisting that he let her out of his car she was going to walk home alone in the dark. Eric supposedly drove home and spent the rest of the evening before going to bed talking with his mother.
Leah Nash wrote her first blockbuster novel and was having a signing when two things happened to disrupt it.

Leah Nash was going to investigate what happened to Heather Scott after the altercations at her singing. Samantha Layton her childhood friend came to ask her for help in clearing her brother’s name. But when Heather’s mother started shouting and accusing ERIC chaos…

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Melissa and Kasho: Camille Chance

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Melissa and Kasho: Camille Chance
Creating a safe haven for a young child is what parents are supposed to do but when you meet Melissa you will learn just the opposite in many respects. Parents that were dominating, abusive and controlling and demanded full compliance or the punishments were stiff. Imagine living in an enclosed space like a bank safe with a combination lock on the outside and you inside looking at the four steel walls with no way to escape. Each moment you are inside you realize that pieces of your heart, mind and soul are being chipped away until there’s nothing left but a shadow. Melissa’s parents send her to a boarding school hoping that she will be molded to become a high class young adult and marry the man of their personal choice. Perfection is the answer but Melissa as we get to know her has views…

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I Know My Name: Cj Cooke

You are all alone and you have no idea where you are or how you arrived at a small Greek island. You washed up ashore and you cannot even speak your own name. The upside is you’re alive the downside you have no idea how to leave the island or why it appears you are shipwrecked. Four strangers found her and nurse her back to health but there is something odd and sinister about them giving readers to wonder just who they are, why are they there on their annual retreat and how do they manage to survive. Every time you meet these four especially George you begin to wonder what their motives are as Eloise begins to get somewhat stronger but the pills she is told to take and the responses she gets from her captives on this island leads you to believe…

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The First Family: Michael and Daniel Palmer

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Nineteen-year-old Susie Banks is a concert violinist who is about to perform in front of a packed audience which includes her parents at the Kennedy Center. Imagine the applause as she takes the stage, lifts her violin and brings it down on her chin and begins to play. The awe and transfixed faces of each audience member as they are riveted, glued to their seats and their eyes only on Susie until something happens that changes it all.

While her parents were concerned about her and they finally arrived home little did they know that someone was inside their home while they were sleeping and disconnected their smoke alarms and put in dead batteries. But, the gas leak and the end result was the death of her parents and she barely made it out alive as Mark Mueller who was hired by someone named Rainmaker to make sure they all…

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Speed the Dawn: Philip Donlay

The tension begins from the first page as hundreds of white-hot meteor fragments destroys Earth in many places. Monterey Bay, California is the hardest hit and once the fires start nothing can stop the carnage and the death tolls that take place. Huge fires destroy the once picturesque landscape and the power grid collapses as the fires move swiftly taking down buildings, roads, and anything in its path. Donavan Nash and Shannon are left alone to survive and deal with this nightmare and they are trapped. Stuck at the Monterey Aquarium they have to find their way to higher ground before the waves and water rise. Fear reigns as he and Shannon find their way to partial safety only to have to tackle the elements, find transportation and hopefully help the small group of survivors they come in contact with survive.

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The Song of Sadie Sparrow

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The Song of Sadie Sparrow

Creating a save haven for the elderly within the confines of a nursing facility is difficult and at times challenging for the staff and the residents that are housed there. Some decide on their own that they need more extensive care due to illnesses, inability to walk and care for themselves or in the case of Sadie Sparrow her daughter decided this would be the best placement for her. Hearing their opening conversation, Dana her daughter seems pleased with herself as if after leaving Sadie in the hands of the staff she would handle the financial end and be done with the important part finding time to connect with her mother at this home. The Hickories at first glance seems more like a country club then a nursing home. The setting is magnificent and when you join the residents for their meals your mouth will…

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