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Waiting In a Room of Weeds By Tim Sabados
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It’s a typical night in the emergency department. Patients are streaming in and the waiting room is packed. People are irritated. Staff has been pushed to their limits. To top it off,... More > there’s some kind of commotion in the corner that involves both hospital security and the police. And Brayan, a seasoned nurse, is forced to deal with it all. On this particular night he has had more than his fair share of stress. So much so that it has given him a pounding headache and a stabbing pain in his gut. There was the confrontation with a patient’s angered boyfriend. Then the people who were involved in what appears to be a car crash. The sudden flashbacks involving his ex-fiancée. And the commotion in the corner that has the detectives interviewing his co-workers. Amidst all the chaos, something else is happening that Brayan can’t quite put his finger on. He doesn’t realize it, but the timer is ticking and he needs to somehow gain control of it before his very existence is put in jeopardy.< Less
The Secret Inside By Raymond Walker
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Everyone has "A Secret Inside", a place where no one goes, always hidden from others buried deep in the dungeons of thier soul. A perversion that they will not admit to, a longing to take... More > someones life. A lust that lies unfulfilled, A desire to humilate and maim. Sometimes these thoughts haunt thier dreams, sometimes thier waking hours. It rises from its lair to hurt, damage and destroy. A new life together and a fresh start welcome Mae and Rob to thier new home in Argyll. In the Heartland of historical Scotland they settle in to enjoy the happy home that they have always wanted. But there is something unusual about thier new home and whilst Rob seeks answers to the puzzles surrounding them Mae looks to secure her sanity and make this the dream home that she has always wished for. Robs tantrums, educated Rats, deluded Nurses, stuffed birds and ancient gods that want to live again stand in her way but Mae will have her Idylic home no matter who or what she has to kill to get it.< Less
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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When she awakened she lay and stared at the wall. The house was perfectly still. She had never known it to be so silent before. She heard neither voices nor footsteps, and... More > wondered if everybody had got well of the cholera and all the trouble was over. She wondered also who would take care of her now her Ayah was dead. There would be a new Ayah, and perhaps she would know some new stories. Mary had been rather tired of the old ones. She did not cry because her nurse had died. She was not an affectionate child and had never cared much for any one. The noise and hurrying about and wailing over the cholera had frightened her, and she had been angry because no one seemed to remember that she was alive. Everyone was too panic-stricken to think of a little girl no one was fond of. When people had the cholera it seemed that they remembered nothing but themselves. But if everyone had got well again, surely some one would remember and come to look for her.< Less
The Perils of Wpc Drummond By Tull
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During the late 1980s and the early 1990s, WPC Harriet Drummond's previously uneventful police career gradually became more, well, interesting. She got her wish - it seemed as if she was being... More > singled out by fate, to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. That of cause meant that she had to be "dealt with" by the criminals who also occupied that time and place. After all, she had joined the police force so that she could meet a variety of people. It wasn't her fault that the people she met were, all too often, criminals who wanted to tie her up. However, what was bad news for WPC Drummond is good news for us, if we enjoy reading about a well-endowed, smartly uniformed lady whose work keeps taking her into dangerous situations. Situations where she's always bound and gagged, often blindfolded, and sometimes spanked. Collected here are the stories that first appeared at KP Presents, in one volume for your enjoyment. ALL PROCEEDS FROM SALES OF THIS BOOK GO TO MACMILLAN NURSES.< Less
Dimensional Ruins: Humanities End By John L. Thompson
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Prepare yourself as you enter into a landscape of death and destruction with little or no hope. Within these pages lay the often-violent musings of John L. Thompson who explores the vast terrains of... More > Horror, Crime Noir, Science Fiction and the Zombie Apocalypse. Visit the many characters who litter the wastelands. Stop and read about the retired old hit-man who takes up residence in a nursing home, a man who believes his dog is his best friend, a serial killer becomes the hunted along with a slew of many other unforgettable characters. Within this tome of destruction is a wide collection of novellas and short stories written by John L. Thompson who has been described as a new and fresh voice in the fields of science fiction and crime noir literature. Life is not as pretty as it would seem especially when Thompson is writing about it. Thompson’s work includes all the elements of human destruction. These stories have been collected and edited from over a five year time frame.< Less
Souls on {B}Oring Street, Book 3: Denim Blues Mysteries By Karen Wiesner
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Briar’s Point is a whimsical little town with its fair share of colorful characters, crime, and a Cupid suffering from the denim blues... See if you can find denim blue in each story! Erin... More > Shanley, a hospice nurse, turns amateur sleuth when she realizes that some of her patients are being swindled out of their life savings by the new “psychic” fortunetellers in Briar’s Point. She confides in her neighbor, Detective Tyler Shaw, whom she grew up alongside and considers her best friend. Tough guy Ty has been in love with Erin since their disastrous first attempt at a romantic relationship when they were teenagers. Erin has been skittish about love since she discovered her father was cheating on her mother—and Ty is so much like her father. How can she risk loving a reckless, restless adventurer when her mother’s loyalty to a man like that brought her so much pain? But when Erin’s bumbling sleuthing attempts arouse someone’s wrath, she realizes her heart isn’t the only thing in danger.< Less
Souls on {B}Oring Street, Book 3: Denim Blues Mysteries By Karen Wiesner
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Briar’s Point is a whimsical little town with its fair share of colorful characters, crime, and a Cupid suffering from the denim blues... See if you can find denim blue in each story! Erin... More > Shanley, a hospice nurse, turns amateur sleuth when she realizes that some of her patients are being swindled out of their life savings by the new “psychic” fortunetellers in Briar’s Point. She confides in her neighbor, Detective Tyler Shaw, whom she grew up alongside and considers her best friend. Tough guy Ty has been in love with Erin since their disastrous first attempt at a romantic relationship when they were teenagers. Erin has been skittish about love since she discovered her father was cheating on her mother—and Ty is so much like her father. How can she risk loving a reckless, restless adventurer when her mother’s loyalty to a man like that brought her so much pain? But when Erin’s bumbling sleuthing attempts arouse someone’s wrath, she realizes her heart isn’t the only thing in danger.< Less
Dombey and Son By Charles Dickens
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Dombey and Son is a novel by Charles Dickens. The story concerns Paul Dombey, the wealthy owner of the shipping company of the book's title, whose dream is to have a son to continue his business. The... More > book begins when his son is born, and Dombey's wife dies shortly after giving birth. Following the advice of Mrs Louisa Chick, his sister, Dombey employs a wet nurse named Mrs Richards (Toodle). Dombey already has a daughter, Florence, whom he neglects. One day, Mrs Richards, Florence and her maid, Susan Nipper, secretly pay a visit to Mrs Richard's house in Staggs's Gardens so that she can see her children. During this trip, Florence becomes separated and is kidnapped for a short time by Good Mrs Brown before being returned to the streets. She makes her way to Dombey and Son's offices in the City and is guided there by Walter Gay, an employee, who first introduces her to his uncle, the navigation instrument maker Solomon Gills, at his shop the Wooden Midshipman.< Less
The Charleston Shuffle By Daniel West
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The Charleston Shuffle Life is a slow, sensual, dance Some dances just happen to be deadlier than others Brent's life starts to unravel after he learns that his wife is having an affair Brent... More > relocates to Charleston, South Carolina, to rebuild his life Brent’s big break comes when he meets, Megan, a local nurse, and a belle of the Charleston social scene, she uses her political connections to secure Brent a job as a crime reporter at the local newspaper Brent makes a profound discovery, the string of older businessmen dying while on vacation at the local five star hotel, are not the “natural causes” deaths that the local homicide detectives think they are Brent has a chance to reclaim everything in life, if only he can find a way to prove his theory to the local police, and help them catch this serial killer Brent can have everything he has always wanted in life If only he can learn to master the Charleston shuffle< Less
Killer's Island By Anna Jansson
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In Anna Jansson’s haunting crime novel, Killer’s Island, a brutal and disturbing murder in the mythic town of Visby on the Swedish island Gotland has taken place. The myth of the... More > White-Sea Lady has existed ever since Tjelvar, the first man on Gotland, lit a fire and the island rose out of the sea, said to be some 3,000 years ago. The story is told that a young woman, who drowned in the sea on her wedding night, since that time, tries to lure men down to the deadly underwater currents that tumble off the west coast. The myth comes to life one early summer morning when a well-respected nurse is found murdered and placed for public display on a pavilion in the local botanical gardens. She is mysteriously dressed as a bride holding flowers. Written in clean and chilling prose similar to Norway’s Karin Fossum, Anna Jansson’s novels have since her debut in 2000 sold in two million copies in more than ten countries. Several titles have been turned into movies.< Less