Fearless by Mandy Gonzalez Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.3MB | Retail Overview: Twelve-year-old Monica Garcia has arrived in NYC with her grandmother and a few suitcases to live her dream on Broadway. She’s been chosen as understudy to the star of Our Time, the famed Ethel Merman Theater’s last chance to produce a hit before it shutters its doors for good. Along with her fellow castmates—a.k.a. “the squad”—Monica has a big and very personal reason to want this show to succeed.
But rumors of a long-running curse plague the theater. And when strange and terrible things start to threaten their hopes for a successful opening night, Monica and the rest of the squad must figure out how to reverse the curse before their big Broadway debuts. With the help of her new friends, her family, and a little magic, can Monica help save the show—and save their dreams? From Broadway and television star Mandy Gonzalez comes a story about what it means to dream, be yourself, and be fearless. Genre: Fiction > Children/Young Adult | Mystery
How to Seduce a Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks (Book 15 in the Love at Stake series) Requirements: .MP3 reader, 283 mb Overview: Vampire Zoltan Czakvar is on the hunt for the truth about his father’s death. He’s been searching for a very long time—since 1241, in fact. And he is not about to give up, even when he’s attacked by a woman with striking blue eyes and a hell of a right hook! Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction > Paranormal Romance
My Mobile – April 2021 Requirements: .PDF reader, 18mb True PDF Overview: My Mobile is India’s First online mobile magazine that offers news, views and reviews related to mobile phones, value added services, tariffs, mobile applications, tablets and games. Genre: Magazines & Newspapers
American Shooting Journal – April 2021 Requirements: .PDF reader, 69.80 MB Overview: The American Shooting Journal is a new nationwide publication dedicated to bringing the best of the shooting industry to all gun enthusiasts. Genre: Magazines & Newspapers
Apollo’s Eye: A Cartographic Genealogy of the Earth in the Western Imagination by Denis Cosgrove Requirements: .PDF reader, 9.2 Mb Overview: Winner of the Association of American Publishers Professional and Scholarly Publishing Award in Geography & Earth Sciences
“Earthbound humans are unable to embrace more than a tiny part of the planetary surface. But in their imagination they can grasp the whole of the earth, as a surface or a solid body, to locate it within infinities of space and to communicate and share images of it.”―from the Preface
Long before we had the ability to photograph the earth from space―to see our planet as it would be seen by the Greek god Apollo―images of the earth as a globe had captured popular imagination. In Apollo’s Eye, geographer Denis Cosgrove examines the historical implications for the West of conceiving and representing the earth as a globe: a unified, spherical body. Cosgrove traces how ideas of globalism and globalization have shifted historically in relation to changing images of the earth, from antiquity to the Space Age. He connects the evolving image of a unified globe to politically powerful conceptions of human unity. Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational
Professional Beauty South Africa – April 2021 Requirements: .PDF reader, 10mb True PDF Overview: Professional Beauty is the leading business magazine for beauty, nails, spa and aesthetic medicine professionals. We make sure you stay up to date with news and analysis that affects the health and beauty market Genre: Magazines & Newspapers
Craig Hunter Collection by Ed James Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.3 MB Overview: See another side of Scott Cullen in these three spin-off novels starring Craig Hunter. Genre: Fiction > Mystery/Thriller
MISSING Meet PC Craig Hunter of Edinburgh’s Local Policing Unit. Ex-Army. Ex-CID. Back in uniform.
A straightforward domestic call out twists out of control when 16-year-old schoolgirl Stephanie Ferguson alleges her stepfather, Doug Ferguson, has been abusing her. Hunter is soon working with DS Chantal Jain of Police Scotland’s Sexual Offences Unit to kick off the prosecution. But before a full statement can be taken, Stephanie disappears from hospital.
Now, Hunter must hunt the girl down before anyone else can track her down. Where has Stephanie gone? Did she run? Or did someone take her? Will he get to the truth before it gets beaten into lies? Or before Stephanie is silenced for good…? And why does this case keep throwing up old enemies from Hunter’s past?
HUNTED A serial sex offender. Two driven cops. One whole mess.
DC Craig Hunter of Police Scotland’s Sexual Offences Unit. Ex-Army. Back doing the work that drives him, that makes a difference.
Private Sean Tulloch. Squaddie. Monster. He charms women. Moves in, dominates them, abuses them. Under investigation by the Sexual Offences Unit and the Royal Military Police, his partner Paisley Sanderson receives a threat. Soon she’s in hospital and Tulloch is in the wind.
Now, Hunter and DS Chantal Jain must hunt Tulloch down before he can strike again. Where is he? How did he know they were investigating him? A simple trip to Portugal soon grows out of control. Will Hunter take down Tulloch before his already horrific crimes escalate? Are the Army Police really on their side? Is DI Bruce really hunting a missing child or do his intentions lie closer to Chantal? Can Hunter and Chantal overcome their very different but very similar demons? And, in Sean Tulloch, has Hunter finally met his match?
THE BLACK ISLE A missing brother. Old friends. New Enemies.
When a bungled raid leads DC Craig Hunter back to his old unit in Edinburgh, he has a chance to rebuild his career on a new high-profile case.
When he receives a mysterious message from his brother, Murray, indicating he might have been killed, Hunter must head up to the Scottish Highlands, desperate to pick up his brother’s trail in the Black Isle, the mysterious stretch just north of Inverness.
But the more Hunter digs, the less hope he has of learning Murray’s fate. What was Murray doing up there? Was it connected to his lucrative YouTube channel? Or worse, was it connected to the man housesitting for Murray — Hunter’s estranged father, Jock?