Description : Psychiatrist Andrew G. Hodges reveals not only the identity of the killer, but also exactly what took place during the final moments of JonBenet's life. Evidence that is all the more compelling because it comes directly from the killer's own mind.
Description : Good Dream Gone Bad is a story about a well-off family living in Dallas that has it all in the beginning: love, peace, happiness and wealth. That is, until the unexpected begins to happen. Travis Larson is a devoted husband and father who goes out of his way to make sure his family has everything they need to be happy. His beautiful wife Millicent, despite chaotic and unthinkable episodes surrounding family members does her best to keep the family together by all means. Tracee and Miles are their two kids destined for college until they make bad decisions.
Description : Escaping from the dim lights in the hood of Newark, N.J. In the late 80's during the two most notorious gangs out. Joining the Service looking for a brighter future, station in Norfolk, VA on his second tour, there the young lamb Lagant meets who he thought was the love of his life 'Jada' until a unexpected secret was reveal that expose Jada true colors, full of lies and deceit, causing what you can call an metamorphism to take place in the young lamb. He now discover within himself what genetically fl owed through his blood stream inherited from his unknown father, causing the young lamb to fl irt with danger and explore what the World has to offer. Being reunited with his older brother Bernard who change his name in prison to Khalil, completing a seven year prison term, released on parole. Lagant is face with situation and decisions that could comes with consequences and repercussion which requires a new prospective of life. With things changing all around him where does he turns...
Description : A death rocks the Gulf Coast town of Port Leo, Texas. Beach-bum-turned-judge Whit Mosley is summoned to a yacht where the black-sheep son of a senator lies dead. Was it suicide, fueled by a family tragedy? Or did an obsessed killer use the dead man as a pawn in a twisted game? When Whit defies political pressure and conducts an inquest, he and Detective Claudia Salazar expose a nest of drug lords, con artists, and power-hungry sharks - all out for blood. With their careers -- and their lives -- at stake, Whit and Claudia must unearth a lethal trail of passion and deceit that lies buried not in the warm sands of Port Leo but in the icy recesses of the human heart.
Description : Two women, Complete strangers. Lala and Kay who meet for the first time threw a cousin Kays. Leaves her new born baby with Kay to watch while they went out. Now almost fourteen years later, due to LIES, BETRAYAL, CORRUPTION, and COVER UPS.Everything went from GOOD to BAD!! ALot of people life will never be the same, exspecially mines. All I can do is fight for what I know in my heart is right. But trust you me, when POWERFUL people come to play, its us the LITTLE people that pay, sometimes with our life! I know I almost did....... UNFORGETTABLE!!!!!!!!
Description : A New York Times Notable Book for 2011 Since the 1960s, ideas developed during the civil rights movement have been astonishingly successful in fighting overt discrimination and prejudice. But how successful are they at combating the whole spectrum of social injustice-including conditions that aren't directly caused by bigotry? How do they stand up to segregation, for instance-a legacy of racism, but not the direct result of ongoing discrimination? It's tempting to believe that civil rights litigation can combat these social ills as efficiently as it has fought blatant discrimination. In Rights Gone Wrong, Richard Thompson Ford, author of the New York Times Notable Book The Race Card, argues that this is seldom the case. Civil rights do too much and not enough: opportunists use them to get a competitive edge in schools and job markets, while special-interest groups use them to demand special privileges. Extremists on both the left and the right have hijacked civil rights for personal advantage. Worst of all, their theatrics have drawn attention away from more serious social injustices. Ford, a professor of law at Stanford University, shows us the many ways in which civil rights can go terribly wrong. He examines newsworthy lawsuits with shrewdness and humor, proving that the distinction between civil rights and personal entitlements is often anything but clear. Finally, he reveals how many of today's social injustices actually can't be remedied by civil rights law, and demands more creative and nuanced solutions. In order to live up to the legacy of the civil rights movement, we must renew our commitment to civil rights, and move beyond them.
Description : A Woman's Secrets The saloon singer known as Lady Gone Bad is the most drop-dead gorgeous outlaw the West has ever seen. Lady has never met a cowboy she couldn't entice, or a lawman she couldn't outrun. But when Lady tangles with a sexy U.S. Marshall, she's tempted to stick around long enough to watch him lay down the law--in her bed. A Man's Desires U. S. Marshall Rafe Morgan wants to lock up Lady Gone Bad for good--and he won't let his attraction to her slow him down. But when his attempt to bring Lady to justice goes awry, Rafe is nearly hanged--and by dawn, his face is plastered next to hers on every "Wanted" poster in Texas. A Passion Unleashed Now on the run together, Rafe and Lady find themselves in very close quarters--and even more compromising positions. As Lady surrenders to Rafe's touch, she slowly begins to reveal all her secrets--including her real name. Maybe Lady Gone Bad isn't beyond redemption after all. Either way, Rafe is in for one wild ride. . . "An exciting read!" --New York Times bestselling author Bobbi Smith
Description : Alex is your everyday-normal, nearly 17-year old girl. She was living a fairly normal life. Only she had this little secret that was not a big deal to her, but was a key to a life she was once a part of. However, when a really attractive new guy, Tony Micken as she knows him at first, starts going to her school and asks her on a date, her life is turned upside down. When he kidnaps her on a date, that little secret of hers unravels even bigger secrets that have been kept from her since she was a little girl. She could have never imaged a date that could have gone any worse. With her life in the delicate balance, she does everything in her power to escape his seductive grasp; only it entangles her into more trouble, and she goes places she would have never thought about going, not even in her wildest dreams. Will she be able to survive this potentially deadly date?
Description : "Sabine Starr's books pack a wallop!" —Carolyn Brown A Little Scandal. . . Belle Thompson will do just about anything to bring the murderer of her father and fiancé to justice. Even partner up with Mercy Huntingdon, a notorious artist known more for his scandalous sculptures than his skill with a six-shooter. But Belle and Mercy may have a common enemy, and if posing as his muse—a sensuous lady of the evening—will get Belle her man, the Texas beauty is up to the challenge. . . Might Do A Girl Good. . . Mercy Huntingdon needs Belle Thompson. Not only in his big, brass bed, but by his side as he tracks a kidnapper. Yet once he crosses into outlaw country with the gorgeous bounty hunter, all of his protective instincts go into overdrive—as well as a passion more powerful than the revenge that drives them both. . .. Praise For Sabine Starr "Sabine Starr's books pack a wallop! Featuring a rip-roaring cast of characters and smoking hot romance, they are head butting, heart stopping, sassy and sexy books that come to life in your hands—books that you don't want to end!" —Carolyn Brown, New York Times bestselling author "Starr writes a fun, vivid western romance with entertaining characters." —Publishers Weekly 62,000 Words