Devastated by the loss of the love of her life, she returns to the US and tries to pick up the pieces with the help of her best friend Felicia and Jason's father Edward. In her attempts to move on she meets a handsome stranger, who just happens to work at the same pharmaceutical company Jason used to work.
But when the disappearance of their dog leads to a terrifying discovery deep in the nearby woods, Liam and Adam are plunged into a very adult world of secrecy and suspicion. As the story twists and turns towards a shocking conclusion, the dark secrets of the seemingly sleepy community begin to unravel...
What We Saw is a touching and thrilling British mystery novel with elements of comedy, friendship, fear and suspense. Told from the innocent perspective of a child, it poses the ultimate question: if you stumbled upon a shocking discovery as a child, how would you react?
(2) how to stop an attacker using a Karate / Tae-kwon-do attack stance, page #31
(3) learn about the pressure point that can be excruciating or relieve a headache when pressed, page #36
(4) learn about the "anatomical snuff box" which drive many to their knees in unbelievable pain, page #41
(5) learn how to drain a fist of power and strength, page #56
(6) learn to break away from ALL handshake "vise grips", page #66
(7) learn to put your "pressure points" on "steroids" - making them into a Blast Furnace, page #101
(8) and more...
His adversary, a man who's been plotting to wipe out Jimin's family and steal their island, brings a tragedy and tries to eliminate him, forcing him to traverse the war-torn country on foot with his seven-year-old sister to find his father. But the war sweeps across the country multiple times and hinders them from meeting up with their father.
But much to their surprise, Bart was made of much tougher stuff than what could be seen on the outside. When Farraday's gang tried to kill him the first time, he figured since his death was only moments away, he would make Knox remember him forever, by jumping off a cliff and taking his executioner, Knox's son, with him. If Bart survived the fall, he knew they would be hunting him down until they found him, and left him to the vultures.
Charlie Sparrow has no idea he can fly. It's no wonder-in Tree City, none of the birds know anything about flying at all. Not Charlie's parents, not his friends, not the doctors or police. But Charlie is sure there's a magical secret behind his feathers. He'll do anything to find out what it is, even break the laws of Tree City. Will he figure out the truth before Doctor Nightingale straps him in the plucking chair and pulls the lever, plucking his beautiful feathers?
In this engaging debut, E.C. Diskin, a former Chicago attorney, takes us on a fast-paced thrill ride with a believable and flawed heroine. Readers will relate to her, fear for her, and get a glimpse inside Chicago's best and worst. From the roughest streets of the west side to the estates of the North Shore, Abby Donovan and the unexpected villains of THE GREEN LINE will keep you turning pages late into the night in this riveting new thriller while shining light on a little-known, often-used, and widely-abused legal maneuver.
In 1938, the German New Swabia Expedition left Hamburg for Antarctica aboard the MS Schwabenland. The secret expedition arrived at the Princess Martha Coast, in an area which had been claimed by Norway as Dronning Maud Land, and began charting the region. Nazi German marker darts were dropped along the coast to mark out the new territory...75 years later, satellite photographs of Eastern Antarctica reveal something startling occurring...
No doubt about it, buying a car or truck can be a bad experience. But why is it so hard to buy a car? Because most people have not yet learned to use all the resources available. They are also unaware of how the car business works.