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Random First Lines:While Isabella is still mourning the loss of her father, she receives a letter from him, mailed three days after he died. As she unravels the... » Read
Will is beginning to question both himself and Dr. Lector, his only confidant. He decides to enlist world-renowned Consulting Detective, Sherlock Holmes, to help close the case of the Chesapeake Ripper for good. But will lives be placed in danger and lost before Sherlock can catch the...
The conclusion of Regina's scheme, Hannibal serves his special dinner for his new friends and Will, but when his colleague has another episode, Regina is given the opportunity to show off her nurturing side. As trust amongst the adults wavers, lust grows, and the masters can feel their pawns...
Regina lusts after Emma, and finally develops a plot to have the blonde within her grasp. With the help of notorious serial killing cannibal Hannibal, she plots how to have Emma all to herself--and help Hannibal keep Will under his thumb.
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A depressed, naive teen; a rich basketball star; a jealous girlfriend; and a handsome chef. What could go wrong?
By Given A Chance
there is an underground network of thieves in the world and Alyssa Markov, a pawn in their games, plans on taking their quiet little world and shaking it to its core.Because everyone knows not to trust a thief, but what will happen when she falls in love with her biggest rival?
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Andrea Graham, thirty-something with no husband, no children and not entirely mentally stable. With the desire to fulfill her lifelong dreams looming and the pressure from her not-so-eagar bestfriend Carly ticking away, Andrea has to do all she can to complete everything on her wishlish, even...
By Michael Wynn
President Bush and The Quiet American, by Michael Wynn
Why did president Bush quote Graham Greene, an author who was labelled a "communist sympathizer" by the US government and kept under surveillance for decades?