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              Lethal Intent
                

              Lethal Intent (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Farmer, Gayle

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              An invitation to play in a charity golf tournament brings Jim Sessions and the gang to Palm Springs, CA. Looking forward to some serious shopping and a little fun in the sun, their holiday getaway turns deadly when Ella Russell, Jim's fiance, hears what she thinks is a gunshot. S...he dismisses it as a car backfiring until later, while enjoying dinner on the patio, the black velvet night erupts in violence and a woman's screams fill the air. Upon returning from a trip to L.A., Joan Chandler finds her husband, Joe, dead in a pool of blood and millions of dollars of fine art stolen from her home. When the police investigation turns up zero, the grieving widow hires Sessions & Browning to find his killer. After Joan and her son, Devon, are kidnapped in an attempt to recover Joe's files, Jim and Lenny are convinced the answer lies in his computer. They decipher his code and through a series of lucky breaks find the key that leads them to the Santa Monica airport, a terrorist plot to kill millions and a little red plane named Valkyrie. Lethal Intent builds to a nail-biting climax that holds the reader enthralled to the last word.
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              ISBN 9780982230305
              Released AU 12 Dec 2008
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              A Lifetime In Medicine
                

              A Lifetime In Medicine (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Roberts, Albert D.

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              In this memoir, Dr. Al Roberts, who entered medical school in 1950, tells the story of his own development as a physician against the backdrop of the dramatic changes in medicine since the mid-twentieth century, with echoes as far back as the 20's gleaned from his physician-fathe...r's career. An active agent in many of these changes, Dr. Roberts has been a researcher, a pioneer specialist in nephrology, a general internist and diagnostician, an Army doctor, an administrator, a TV personality, and a teacher. He tells of his depression and psychoanalysis and provides chapters on Medicine Then and Now , Skeletons in Our Closest and some illuminating case histories. Summing up, he gives his own assessment of the present state of medicine and his view of the future. About The Author: Dr. Al Roberts spent his early years in his physician-father's household in Ft. Worth. From the age of 11, he was educated in Dallas public and private schools and Southern Methodist University. Graduating from The University of Texas Southwestern in 1954, he was an intern, resident, and research fellow all at Parkland Memorial Hospital. After experiences in private practice and academic administration, he has been on the faculty since 1991 and now serves halftime as Clinical Professor of Medicine.
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              ISBN 9780988629554
              Released AU 6 Jun 2013
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              The Beautiful Ruins
                

              The Beautiful Ruins (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Lane, Tori

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              The Beautiful Ruins causes the heart of the reader to pause in awe of the courage of Tori Lane's honesty. She tells the story of her life from a child struggling to understand sexual victimization to a young woman who has learned that even the most unspeakable tragedy needs to fi...nd a voice and when it does, healing begins. In beautiful prose, she invites the reader to feel her pain, to learn from her mental and emotional conflicts and accept that some questions have no answers. She offers her voice to those who cannot find their own. She lends her own wisdom, learned from working through her trauma, until courage takes its place in those who have not dared to look at their own trauma with open eyes. Lane has found a unique way of holding the hand of anyone who has been victimized as she walks the path toward healing. Her words provoke us all to look at the brokenness in our own lives to seek the beauty that may lie beneath the rubble.
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              ISBN 9781940530017
              Released AU 1 Dec 2013
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              FaceOff
                

              FaceOff (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Farmer, Gayle

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              High in the forest above Beverly Hills, the Wilshire Clinic guards its secrets and its patients behind walls and dense shrubbery. People hiding from stalkers, assassins, or the government come there to develop a new identity, starting with a new face, an unrecognizable face. Afte...r surviving a horrific acid attack by her husband, Saudi Arabian national Akhali Ibrahim flees to Switzerland to recover in a private clinic. Edward Ashman, her cousin and best friend, stays with her while she recuperates, knowing her husband will kill them both if he finds them. Zack Randall, freelance covert ops agent, is tired of the life. He'd get out if could, but he doesn't how. Then, in the middle of doing a job, the opportunity falls into his lap. He takes the chance on a new life, but it looks very much like the old life as he faces one incredible obstacle after another with the woman of his dreams.
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              ISBN 9781940530048
              Released AU 10 Oct 2014
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              The Color Box: The Search Westward
                

              The Color Box: The Search Westward (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Davis, Eddie

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              The first day of summer vacation started off slow for Max and his sister Samantha. Most of the other kids had headed off for the beach with their families. They always took a summer trip with their folks, too, but this year's trip wasn't even planned yet. For now the kids were st...uck at home and Max and Sam felt like the only kids left in town. It's a beautiful summer day in Garden Glen, South Carolina. After their mom makes them go outside, the kids end up walking in the nearby woods where they find a small wooden box. It doesn't take long to discover that this is no ordinary box. Thus begins a summer quest like no other before. The Color Box takes Max, Sam and their parents on a cross county saga filled with danger and adventure. The kids learn to trust their own instincts while they work to follow the clues from The Color Box and complete the mission it sends them on. Davis has done a wonderful job of spinning a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat to the very end.
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              ISBN 9781940530024
              Released AU 4 Jul 2014
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              The Ultimate Betrayal
                

              The Ultimate Betrayal (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Cullen, Robert

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              Computer hacker Jack Sanderson thinks of his hobby as harmless exploration until he delves into the financial records of high-ranking government officials. There he uncovers evidence of a conspiracy so monstrous it threatens the very existence of the United States. He shares his ...discovery with three friends. Within hours, two of them are dead and the third rushes him into hiding. Jack soon finds he's a scapegoat in a political assassination. With the help of a most unusual Catholic priest, he and his girlfriend must prove his innocence and destroy a terrorist organization based on US soil.
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              ISBN 9780988629516
              Released AU 2 Apr 2013
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              A Lifetime In Medicine
                

              A Lifetime In Medicine (Hardback)

              By Roberts, Albert D.

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              In this memoir, Dr. Al Roberts, who entered medical school in 1950, tells the story of his own development as a physician against the backdrop of the dramatic changes in medicine since the mid-twentieth century, with echoes as far back as the 20's gleaned from his physician-fathe...r's career. An active agent in many of these changes, Dr. Roberts has been a researcher, a pioneer specialist in nephrology, a general internist and diagnostician, an Army doctor, an administrator, a TV personality, and a teacher. He tells of his depression and psychoanalysis and provides chapters on Medicine Then and Now , Skeletons in Our Closest and some illuminating case histories. Summing up, he gives his own assessment of the present state of medicine and his view of the future. About The Author: Dr. Al Roberts spent his early years in his physician-father's household in Ft. Worth. From the age of 11, he was educated in Dallas public and private schools and Southern Methodist University. Graduating from The University of Texas Southwestern in 1954, he was an intern, resident, and research fellow all at Parkland Memorial Hospital. After experiences in private practice and academic administration, he has been on the faculty since 1991 and now serves halftime as Clinical Professor of Medicine.
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              ISBN 9780988629561
              Released AU 6 Jun 2013
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              The Gene Pull
                

              The Gene Pull (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Shepherd Quinones, Benjamin

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              Sixteen-year-old Noah has come to terms with his gayness. His mom's okay with it and that's certainly a big plus, but it's not enough and it's not all that Noah has on his mind. He's also been abducted by aliens who did who knows what to him, and when finished experimenting, left... him naked in a cornfield with the ability to talk to and understand all the animals on earth. He wants to be true to himself, to own who and what he is, and prove to his classmates that they can be friends with gay people without risk of catching homosexuality. When he confides in his best friend, he's blown away that homophobic Chris brutally rejects him, discounts their long friendship, and succeeds in turning the whole school against Noah. His first day is merciless and he endures cruel pranks and name-calling, and shunned by all, eats his lunch in the boy's restroom. Candy Bloom, popular cheerleader and a strong presence in school, befriends Noah, sticking up for him publically and doing her best to change her boyfriend Chris's attitude toward his former best friend. Like Noah, the aliens also captured Candy, experimented on her and left her with the capacity to foresee the future, a handy gift indeed. When she confides her secret to him, it tightens their bonds of friendship even more. Angry, unsure of himself or what he feels, Chris refuses to give an inch in his struggle with Noah's homosexuality and his longtime relationship with a gay boy. He's not sure about Candy and why he's with her, but when Chris admits that he, too, was the victim of alien abduction, and displays the best ability of all - teleportation, the three form a reluctant alliance in order to prevent the next alien attack, an event that Candy's visions say is imminent. The Gene Pull takes the reader on a great adventure as Noah comes to grips with the bullying of his schoolmates, his growing inner strength and confidence, and the blossoming relationship with Chris's younger brother, Jamie.
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              ISBN 9780988629530
              Released AU 20 Mar 2013
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              Loup Garou
                

              Loup Garou (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Farmer, Gayle

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              The Retreat has nestled amid lush gardens and trees dripping with Spanish moss, guarding its traditions-and its secrets, unchanged for over a hundred years. To tourists, the antebellum mansion is a crown jewel in the town's rich but chaotic history. To the residents of New Orlean...s, it's a landmark and legend. Darius LaRue sees it as a hunting ground. For the Sessions and Browning team, it's all fun and games as they head to New Orleans for a much needed vacation, Cajun style. The PI business is thriving, keeping Jim and Lenny hopping and the restaurant has pushed Ella and Terry to the brink. Without a nerve left between the four of them, they give in to the unique lure of the Big Easy, and with visions of romance and intimacy, along with world-class golf, gourmet dining, and great shopping, they head out for two weeks of fun. While they lounge in the balmy and mesmerizing heat drinking Lemon Drop martinis and listening to the alligators roar, they don't realize what's going on around them. Detective Lou Perina of the NOPD, is scrambling to solve the disappearances of eight young women reported missing in his jurisdiction and figure out why the trail keeps leading back to The Retreat and his old friend, Louise duBois. In the scant light of the waxing moon, Darius LaRue waits for his beloved cousin and puzzles over his sudden need for a mate. He sits in the shadows and remembers the twins, fantasizing about his future, captivated and enchanted, especially by Ella. Does everything go according to plan? he asks his cousin as she joins him in the dark. Oui, mon cher. It does. Darius follows Louise into the house to her private sanctuary and lights the last of the flickering candles. She begins to chant the familiar words of the spell, picks up the effigy of Ella and continues the mantra as she stares at the doll she so painstakingly modeled. A long slender index finger strokes the doll's burgundy red hair. She raises the doll high above her head, says a final prayer and
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              ISBN 9780988629585
              Released AU 1 Aug 2013
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