Download Silent Witness by Richard North Patterson (.ePUB)

Silent Witness by Richard North Patterson (Tony Lord #2)
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Overview: In each successive novel since Degree of Guilt, Richard North Patterson has experimented with flashbacks and past tragedies to drive the present suspense of his legal thrillers. Silent Witness is, perhaps, his greatest achievement with the technique as his hero, Tony Lord, is haunted by the 27-year-old murder of his high school girlfriend, Alison Taylor.

In the late 1960s, Tony is the star of the Lake City, Ohio, high school football team. But when Alison is found strangled behind her house, even Tony’s closest friend, Sam Robb, suspects him. Alison’s true killer is never found, and Tony flees his home town to forge a career as a high-powered, high-profile San Francisco criminal attorney and marries a a movie star. Cutting to the present day, Tony is called back to Lake City to defend his old friend. Sixteen-year-old track star Marcie Calder was found dead on the shore of Lake Erie, and Sam, now the overweight assistant principal and track coach of Lake City High, is the accused. A series of scandals slowly erodes Tony’s confidence in Sam’s innocence as Tony comes to terms with his own troubled past.
Genre: Fiction > Mystery/Thriller

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Download No Room for Secrets by Joanna Lumley (.ePUB)

No Room for Secrets by Joanna Lumley
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Overview: The reader and I are only interested in the truth. Recklessly generously illustrated. This is the book I’ve been secretly longing to write. There is so much in my overstuffed life that I’ve never talked about publicly before. All the things I love and dread are here: objects, photographs, people, letters, ideas, regrets, memories, journeys, being a model in the sixties, a daughter of the regiment, a friend of Dirk Bogarde; things I believe in, people I’ve met and can’t forget; slumming it, lording it, failure and survival. I wanted to write about eyeliner as well as sleeping under shrunken heads in a longhouse; being an honorary New Yorker, death (and why I think about it daily) and how to get thinner fast. To give it structure I have devised a framework which is in fact, My House. I shall show the reader into every room, from front door to attic window, walking through the (colossally) sustained metaphor of my life, answering questions (which I have cunningly put) about all the stuff in the place; my things: me. Why are you photographed with the Dalai Lama? Is this the teddy bear you had on your bed at school? Did you draw this picture of your son? Why did you make these pathetic curtains? Who are you? Do you lie to the press?
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Download Penny Brannigan series by Elizabeth J. Duncan (.ePUB)

Penny Brannigan series by Elizabeth J. Duncan (#6-#7)
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Overview: ELIZABETH J. DUNCAN is a winner of the Bloody Words Best Light Mystery Award and has been a finalist for the Agatha and Arthur Ellis Awards. She has worked as a writer and editor for some of Canada’s largest newspapers, including the Ottawa Citizen and Hamilton Spectator. Duncan is a faculty member of the Humber School for Writers. She lives in Toronto. Canada, and enjoys spending time each year in North Wales.
Genre: Mystery

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6. Slated for Death
When the body of well-liked and respectable Glenda Roberts is discovered at the bottom of a former slate mine, now a busy tourist attraction, pandemonium erupts in the North Wales town of Llanelen. Penny Brannigan finds herself drawn into the investigation when jars of her house-brand hand cream are found among counterfeit inventory Glenda and her sister were selling.
Police are convinced that the mine operator whose asthmatic son suffered an almost-fatal attack due to the merchandise is responsible for Glenda’s death. But Penny’s not so sure. A visit to Glenda’s mother only deepens her conviction that a hidden family secret is the real reason for the murder.

7. Murder on the Hour
The residents of Llanelen are brimming with excitement. Antiques Cymru, a regional take on the popular national TV show, is coming to the Welsh town and people are flocking from miles around, hoping their attic treasures turn out to be worth a fortune. On the day of filming, quiet local sheep farmer Haydn Williams brings a generations-old long-case clock for evaluation, while the woman he’s always admired from afar, Catrin Bellis, turns up with a cherished handmade quilt. Will either hear surprising good news about the value of their family heirlooms? By the end of the day, Catrin turns up dead, her quilt missing.
Who could have wanted this shy, quiet woman – who had been overshadowed by her parents for her whole life – dead? Delving into Catrin’s past, spa owner and amateur sleuth Penny Brannigan is surprised to discover that Catrin had at least one enemy. And as Penny’s romantic life heats up with a new love interest, she realizes that a mysterious document hidden in Haydn’s clock could hold the key to a long-forgotten secret and a present-day murder.

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Download The A to Z Encyclopedia of Serial Killers by Harold Schechter (.ePUB)

The A to Z Encyclopedia of Serial Killers by Harold Schechter, David Everitt
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 6.6 MB
Overview: Serial killers have never enjoyed a firmer grip on the nation’s imagination. A steady stream of horrific crimes have made serial murder a subject of both tabloid attention and serious study. With hundreds of entries spanning the entire spectrum of serial murder, this comprehensive resource examines these shocking crimes, and their infamous practicioners, from every angle.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Download Warships of the Great War Era by David Hobbs (.ePUB)

Warships of the Great War Era (A History of Ship Models) by David Hobbs
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 17.8 MB
Overview: The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich houses the largest collection of scale ship models in the world, many of which are contemporary artifacts made by the craftsmen of the navy or the shipbuilders themselves, ranging from the mid-seventeenth century to the present day. Treated as historical evidence, they offer far more detail than even the best plans or the finest marine paintings. This book features a selection of over one hundred ship models, all in full color, of the various classes of warship that fought in the First World War, from dreadnoughts to coastal motor boats, including many close-up views. These color photos are captioned in depth, and many are also annotated to note interesting or unusual features. Although pictorial in emphasis, the book weaves the pictures into an authoritative text, producing an unusual and attractive form of technical history.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Download Finding Franklin by Russell A. Potter (.ePUB)

Finding Franklin: The Untold Story of a 165-Year Search by Russell A. Potter
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Overview: In 2014 media around the world buzzed with news that an archaeological team from Parks Canada had located and identified the wreck of HMS Erebus, the flagship of Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition to find the Northwest Passage. Finding Franklin outlines the larger story and the cast of detectives from every walk of life that led to the discovery, solving one of the Arctic’s greatest mysteries.

In compelling prose, Russell Potter details his decades of work alongside key figures in the era of modern searches and elucidates how shared research and ideas have led to a fuller understanding of the Franklin crew’s final months. Illustrated with images and maps from the last two centuries, Finding Franklin recounts the more than fifty searches for traces of his ships and crew, and the dedicated, often obsessive, men and women who embarked on them. Potter discusses the crucial role that Inuit oral accounts, often cited but rarely understood, played in all of these searches, and continue to play to this day, and offers historical and cultural context to the contemporary debates over the significance of Franklin’s achievement.

While examination of HMS Erebus will undoubtedly reveal further details of this mystery, Finding Franklin assembles the stories behind the myth and illuminates what is ultimately a remarkable decades-long discovery.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Download God’s Traitors by Jessie Childs (.ePUB)(.MOBI)(.AZW)

God’s Traitors: Terror & Faith in Elizabethan England by Jessie Childs
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Overview: The year is 1606. A woman wakes in a prison cell. She has been on the run, changing her lodging every few days but the authorities have tracked her down and taken her to the Tower of London. She is placed in solitary confinement and interrogated for her role in the Gunpowder Plot. The woman is Anne Vaux – one of several ardent, extraordinary, brave and, at times, utterly exasperating members of the Vaux family. In this superb history, award-winning author Jessie Childs explores the Catholic predicament in Elizabethan England through the eyes of a Catholic aristocratic family: the Vauxes of Harrowden Hall. Elizabeth I had criminalised Catholicism in England: for refusing to attend Anglican services her subjects faced crippling fines and imprisonment; for giving refuge to outlawed priests – the essential conduits to God’s grace – they risked death. Catholics, like the Vauxes, were beleaguered on the one hand by a Papacy that branded Elizabeth a heretic and on the other by a government that saw itself fighting a war on terror. With every invasion scare and attempt on Elizabeth’s life, the danger for England’s Catholics grew. God’s Traitors is a tale of dawn raids and daring escapes, stately homes and torture chambers, ciphers, secrets and lies. From clandestine chapels and side-street inns to exile communities and the corridors of power, it exposes the tensions and insecurities masked by the cult of Gloriana. Above all, it is a timely story of courage and frailty, repression and reaction and the terrible consequences when religion and politics collide.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Download Soho Nights Series by Ronnie O’Sullivan (.ePUB)

Soho Nights Series by Ronnie O’Sullivan(Soho Nights, #2, #3)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 6.10 MB
Overview:Ronnie O’Sullivan is widely regarded as the most gifted snooker player ever. In May 2012 he won the World Championship and announced his retirement. He then returned in May 2013, having not played for a year, to win the World Championship for a fifth time.
Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Thriller

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Double Kiss:
There’s no such thing as a quiet life for Frankie James. With his brother out of jail and his debts cleared, Frankie’s thinking about his future until a postcard arrives from Mallorca. It reminds Frankie of something his mother said to him, and is signed off with a kiss. But his mother’s been missing for six years, everyone thought she was dead . . .

When the niece of London’s fiercest gang lord, Tommy Riley, goes missing from her boarding school, Tommy knows there’s one man for the job. That man is Frankie James. It’s now up to Frankie to find her and it’s a race against time.

Frankie must decide is he’s willing to enter the criminal underworld he’s tried so hard to escape from. Everything’s at stake his family, his career, his life. He can’t afford to lose this time, but what does winning mean for him? With temptation at every turn, old habits die hard.

The Break:
It’s 1997 and Cool Britannia’s in full swing. Oasis and Blur are top of the pops and it feels like the whole country’s sorted out for E’s and wizz.

But it’s not just UK plc that’s on a high. Life’s looking up for Frankie James too. He’s paid off his debts to London’s fiercest gang lord, Tommy Riley. His Soho Open snooker tournament is about to kick off at his club. He might even have fallen in love.

But then Frankie finds himself being blackmailed by a face from his past. They want him to steal something worth millions. It’s enough to get him killed. Or banged up for life if he says no.

Frankie’s going to need every ounce of luck and guile that he’s got if he’s going to pull off the heist of the century and get out of this in one piece.

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Download Tain by Gregory Frost (.ePUB)

Tain by Gregory Frost (Tain, #1)
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 668 KB
Overview: Only one thing stands between the army of Maeve the Intoxicator and its goal of the great bull of Ulster: a small young warrior named Setanta. Maeve, with all of her cunning, all of her powers, sees no problem in dispatching the gadfly known to Ulster as Cu Chulainn..

But Setanta is no normal defender. His father is a god, who has given him a monstrous power and a magical spear, and his skills were learned on a magical isle of women warriors. Alone against all odds and all comers, he fights as strange a war as was ever undertaken—in the narrows of every stream the army must cross.

TAIN is a retelling of the Ulster Cycle of Celtic mythology, known also as the “Táin Bó Cuailnge,” the tales of Cu Chulainn, defender of Ulster against all the forces of Eire.
Genre: Fiction > Sci-Fi/Fantasy

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Download The Unhappiness of Being a Single Man by Franz Kafka (.ePUB)

The Unhappiness of Being a Single Man: Essential Stories by Franz Kafka
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 191 KB
Overview: New translations of the best stories by the one of the twentieth century’s greatest and most influential writers

No one has captured the modern experience, its wild dreams, strange joys, its neuroses and boredom, better than Franz Kafka. His vision, with its absurdity and twisted humour, has lost none of its force or relevance today. This essential collection, newly selected and translated by Alexander Starritt, casts fresh light on Kafka’s genius.

Alongside brutal depictions of violence and justice are jokes and deceptively slight, mysterious fables. These unforgettable pieces reflect the brilliance at the core of Franz Kafka, arguably most fully expressed within his short stories. Together they showcase a writer of unmatched imaginative depth, capable of expressing the most profound reality with a wry smile.
Genre: Fiction > General Fiction/Classics

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