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A cursed beast is coming for Nora and time is running out. When the blood moon rises, so shall the beast… The Upside Down of Nora Gaines by Cathrina Constantine

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The brutal murder of a waitress leads a Long Island detective to the most complicated case of his career…. Tumbling Down (Detective Jericho) by Walter Marks

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A true recounting of the high-profile Oregon murder case that led to Karly's Law. Part memoir, part investigative journalism, this is the story Ann Rule called "A Must Read." Reminiscent of Capote's In Cold Blood, the book has been written in the tradition of new journalism. The writer's proximity...
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As a perpetual list-maker and working mom, Angel Tuccy shares her secrets for balancing family, career and her personal life with the use of "Lists That Saved My Life".Discover how Angel takes everyday trials and turns them into manageable lists. Gain valuable insight and helpful tips on saving...
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This is a book that every child should have! Here is your complete reference to teach children the importance of becoming good listeners, helpers, and students. This is an easy to read book that you can refer to again and again. In a recent survey, more than 70 percent of U.S. adults said they...
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What do you do if you’re battling doctors while dealing with your intimidating, doctor-hating, 73 year-old mother who was just diagnosed with stage-four cancer? How about opening up a bottle of Kahula and mixing it with a gallon of vanilla ice cream?THROUGH A DAUGHTER’S EYES shares the funny,...
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***Read this book for FREE on Kindle Unlimited - Download Now!***Fight Back Against the School Bully and Today's Modern Cyber Bully!Are you tired of being bullied at school and online?Do you have a child that is being harassed?If you ever have been the victim of a bully, you should know never to...
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Ready to Build a Lasting Legacy into Your Family?Being a Christian parent in today's world is no easy task. It seems everything in the culture is set against raising kids that honor God, stand for truth, and impact the world for Christ. This creates fear and doubt. We wonder if we are doing the...
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If you want to get your ex-boyfriend back, and rebuild the relationship on a strong and healthy foundation, then this book is for you!Today only, get this incredibly useful guide for only $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.The process of...
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Which words describe a caregiving role? Denise M. Brown takes 100 words--including the unlikely blizzard, kitchen and umbrella--and then turns each into a reflection. The reflections focus on a family caregiver's reality, sprinkled with hope. Denise's insights about the caregiving experience feel...
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Everyone needs to organize an event now and then- for a child, parent, sibling, spouse, colleague, or friend. Whether it is a small dinner party or a large affair with many people whom you have not seen for a long time, we want to do something that our guests will like, and our loved one will...
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