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Dead Memories

An addictive and gripping crime thriller

Author: Angela Marsons

Publisher: Bookouture


Category: Fiction


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She ruined their lives. Now they’re going to destroy hers. ‘Someone is recreating every traumatic point in your life. They are doing this to make you suffer, to make you hurt and the only possible end game can be death. Your death.’ On the fourth floor of Chaucer House, two teenagers are found chained to a radiator. The boy is dead but the girl is alive. For Detective Kim Stone every detail of the scene mirrors her own terrifying experience with her brother Mikey, when they lived in the same tower block thirty years ago. When the bodies of a middle-aged couple are discovered in a burnt-out car, Kim can’t ignore the chilling similarity to the death of Erica and Keith – the only loving parents Kim had ever known. Faced with a killer who is recreating traumatic events from her past, Kim must face the brutal truth that someone wants to hurt her in the worst way possible. Desperate to stay on the case, she is forced to work with profiler Alison Lowe who has been called in to observe and monitor Kim’s behaviour. Kim has spent years catching dangerous criminals and protecting the innocent. But with a killer firmly fixed on destroying Kim, can she solve this complex case and save her own life or will she become the final victim? The heart-stopping and totally addictive new crime thriller from multi-million copy number one bestseller Angela Marsons will have you completely hooked. Read what everyone is saying about Dead Memories: ‘The book I've been waiting for without even knowing that I was… A great starting point for anyone new to the series… I couldn't put the book down…It is completely addictive and easily my new favourite in this series, I have a feeling I've said that before, but what can I say Angela Marsons seems to outdo herself each and every time.’ Rachel’s Random Reads, 5 stars ‘As always, another brilliant book by Angela Marsons featuring Detective Kim Stone and her team… Fast-paced and dark it kept me gripped from the first page to the last. Utterly superb.’Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars ‘The author writes to such a consistently high level. Yet again, gripping plot line, strong characters and a well-paced story that builds to a crescendo. If you haven't already tried this author do yourself a favour and start reading now.’ Worcester Source, 5 stars ‘Wow! Just wow.I knew I would be engrossed in this book so cleared my schedule today to read it cover to cover. I’m so glad I did!...’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars ‘Once again, she delivers a fast-paced, action-packed nail-biting roller coaster ride of a book… This is one series that just gets better with each book.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars ‘Reading this instalment of Kim's life is like catching up with an old friend…Each book gives you some insight into her past… Angela gives to us yet another riveting, gritty, chilling insight into Kim's world… One scene in the book moved me to tears.’ booksbehindthetitle, 5 stars ‘I loved getting further into Kim’s psyche and learning more about her which only makes you like the character more. Bring on book eleven!’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars I blooming love this series. I love Kim, her vulnerability and tenacity, I love the interaction and banter between the characters…., another cracking addition to an already brilliant and well established series.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars ‘The uber-sharp Kim Stone has to be one of the best detectives out there. A twisty, fast-paced plot stocked with red herrings.’ Bookpreneur, 5 stars ‘Angela Marsons is fast becoming one of the best crime fiction authors going. The Laughing Librarian, 5 stars

Life Death Memories

Author: Thomas Hecht

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 224

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I had an uneventful childhood. My family loved me." The author's direct, personal voice gives this Holocaust memoir its power. Although the writing is direct, almost monosyllabic at times, the book is not intended for young readers. It conveys a brutality that is sudden and close, just as it was for the boy when he heard that his beloved older brother and his father had been shot to death and thrown into a common grave. This is the story of a young boy who came of age before World War II in a small Polish-Jewish-Ukrainian town. Nearly his entire family met their end by gas or by bullet. He survived only by the barest of luck. Among the most moving pages in the book are those the author devotes to the Ukrainian and Polish men and women who found the courage, in the face of savage anti-Semitism raging about them, to come to the aid of the Jewish victims, thus risking death both at the hands of their neighbors and the German masters alike.

Dead Memories

Author: Lissa Pelzer




Page: 406

View: 586

Don't you wish sometimes that you could just close your eyes and start again? With two counts of murder under her belt and Detective Davis after her, Carol Ann has done just that. She's taken her dead friend, Janine Kenny's ID and scholarship and she's off to California. But when a traffic accident leaves her with amnesia and only Janine's ID in her pocket, things take a turn for the surreal.Her caseworker wants to know why her memories don't match her history. The hospital candy stripper has noticed her hair appears blonde at the roots when it should be black. And who is this trucker who wants to help her get to California, who is willing to sneak her out in the dead of night? Can he help her get back some of her Dead Memories?

Risen from the Dead

Memories of War

Author: M.I. Stad



Category: Holocaust survivors

Page: 88

View: 854

Tell it to the Dead

Stories of a War

Author: Donald Kirk



Category: Vietnam War, 1961-1975

Page: 280

View: 982

Driftwood Memories

Author: Mel O'Dea

Publisher: Arena books


Category: Fiction

Page: 90

View: 543

The story of John, who, devastated at the loss of his girlfriend goes on a self-destructive rampage in the bad company of others through the less salubrious areas of London's East End before finding redemption and hope for the future.

Memories of Ice

(Malazan Book of the Fallen: Book 3)

Author: Steven Erikson

Publisher: Random House


Category: Fiction

Page: 1200

View: 597

The ravaged continent of Genabackis has given birth to a terrifying new empire: the Pannion Domin. Like a fanatical tide of corrupted blood, it seethes across the land, devouring all who fail to heed the Word of its elusive prophet, the Pannion Seer. In its path stands an uneasy alliance: Dujek Onearm's Host and the Bridgeburners each now outlawed by the Empress alongside their enemies of old including the grim forces of Warlord Caladan Brood, Anomander Rake, Son of Darkness, and his Tiste Andii, and the Rhivi people of the Plains. But more ancient clans too are gathering. As if in answer to some primal summons, the massed ranks of the undead T'lan Imass have risen. For it would seem something altogether darker and more malign threatens the very substance of this world. The Warrens are poisoned and rumours abound of the Crippled God, now unchained and intent on a terrible revenge... Marking the return of many favourite characters from GARDENS OF THE MOON and introducing a host of remarkable new players, MEMORIES OF ICE is a thrilling new chapter in Erikson's magnificent epic fantasy and another triumph of storytelling.

Over My Dead Body

Author: Michele Bardsley

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 940

A single mom finds a man who's hot enough to wake the undead in this Broken Heart novel from New York Times bestselling author Michele Bardsley. With my ex-husband out of my life after attempting murder (on me!) and my little Glory not uttering a word since that awful night, Broken Heart, Oklahoma seemed like the perfect sanctuary for us. And I, Simone Sweet, was ready to start a new life. I just didn’t figure it’d be an eternal one. But then local hunk Braddock Hayes turns my undead world upside down. He’s the only one who sees me as I really am, and let me tell you, he makes my fangs quiver. But if he finds out the truth about my past, it would just about kill me (if I weren’t already dead, that is). Luckily, no one knows better than me that things aren’t always as they appear...

Dead Memories by Jose Rivera

Author: Jose A. Rivera

Publisher: CreateSpace


Category: Fiction

Page: 198

View: 937

Det. Phillip has devoted 18 years of his life to the NYPD from writing summons, citation, investigation Homocide, Robbery and Burglary. One day he recieve a case that would change his life. Det. Phillip investigate the disapearance of ashley Williams the son of Jason Williams. While investigating his mother disappearing Jason starts to have memories flashbacks of Det. Phillip Life. Now Jason must uses Phillip Memories and Dective skills to find him and uncover his Mother disappearing. Through out the investigation Jason learn dark secret about his Mother and family that has been kept for years.

Memories of the Classical Underworld in Irish and Caribbean Literature

Author: Madeleine Scherer

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 323

View: 869

Classical Memories is an intervention into the field of adaptation studies, taking the example of classical reception to show that adaptation is a process that can be driven by and produce intertextual memories. I see ‘classical memories’ as a memory-driven type of adaptation that draws on and reproduces schematic and otherwise de-contextualised conceptions of antiquity and its cultural ‘exports’ in, broadly speaking, the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. These memory-driven adaptations differ, often in significant ways, from more traditional adaptations that seek to either continue or deconstruct a long-running tradition that can be traced back to antiquity as well as its canonical points of reception in later ages. When investigating such a popular and widespread set of narratives, characters, and images like those that remain of Graeco-Roman antiquity, terms like ‘adaptation’ and ‘reception’ could and should be nuanced further to allow us to understand the complex interactions between modern works and classical antiquity in more detail, particularly when it pertains to postcolonial or post-digital classical reception. In Classical Memories, I propose that understanding certain types of adaptations as intertextual memories allows us to do just that.

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