If you're out late at night and you see her face, it's already too late. Lost on a rural English road, Penny and her husband are involved in a sudden, violent car crash. Waking up tied to a metal table in a remote farmhouse, Penny quickly discovers that she's the latest victim of a strange, deadly family. But Penny is different to all the family's other victims, because she just happens to be eight-and-a-half months pregnant... Fighting not only for her own life, but also for the life of her unborn child, Penny desperately tries to escape. When she comes face to face with the mysterious Enda, however, she quickly learns that getting away from the farmhouse might not be enough. Soon, Penny finds herself locked in a desperate struggle to keep her baby from becoming not just a victim of the farm, but one of its new occupants. Last Wrong Turn is the story of a woman who desperately tries to save her child from a horrific fate. Contains adult language and scenes of violence.
"You nearly killed me!" The last in a series of wrong turns propels Callie Callahan directly into the path of Vicki Browning's speedboat. Her long-anticipated return to the lake of her childhood results in an uncomfortable tie to a woman she's not sure she wants to call a friend. It's the story of her life. She gave up a dependable job for a failing business that has wiped out her savings. Her nights have been lonely since her marriage ended eight years ago. Providing for her two teenagers is increasingly difficult when her business partner is spending the last money in the till. Hoping to make a smart choice for once, she rents the upstairs of her farmhouse to Meg Klein. While the vexatious Vicki stirs up a hornet's nest of feelings in Callie, it's the elusive, sensuous Meg who transforms these unexpected feelings into a physical reality Callie can't ignore. Finally, Callie feels as if her life could head in the right direction—if only she knew which way to turn! Jackie Calhoun (Roommates, Seasons of the Heart) returns with a down-to-earth story of a woman struggling to find the right path-and the right woman-to finally make sense of her life.
1944, Kohima — a small, sleepy town in northeast India. Subhash Chandra Bose and his Indian National Army (INA) along with the Japanese, are on the brink of bringing the Empire to its knees and forcing the British out of India. But, inexplicably, the tables turn. The INA’s advance is thwarted and the victory march to Delhi is halted. Seventy years later, the British admit that the Battle of Kohima was the greatest battle they had ever fought. Even more so than the battles of Waterloo and Dunkirk. Was it then that old Indian curse — betrayal? Someone from within Netaji’s own ranks? Were there forces other than the British, waiting in the shadows closer to home, who stood to gain even more from the INA’s defeat? Or was it just love that irrevocably altered the course of India’s destiny? The Wrong Turn: Love and Betrayal in the Time of Netaji, is a sweeping tale of passion set against the freedom struggle. Debraj, the rakish playboy and scion of a distinguished Calcutta family, and Nishonko, the fiery revolutionary sworn to the cause of the INA, must not only fight their common enemy, but also for the love of Aditi, the rebel with the healing touch. A haunting tale of love, friendship and betrayal of an entire nation, The Wrong Turn veers inexorably towards a poignant redemption.
Peri Jean Mace will do anything for her loved ones. Even make a bargain with a monster. But now it's time to pay up. Hidden in Devil's Rest, Texas, is an ancient book written by the worshipers of a forgotten god. Peri Jean must find this book to pay off her debt. The kick in the pants? Do it in seventy-two hours, or become a dark being's baby mama. Peri Jean heads to the eerie little town, only to uncover the sordid history of a cult and two decades-old bloodbaths. A ghost with a case of the deep-down crazies may hold all the answers. But she’d rather turn Peri Jean into worm chow than talk. Minutes and seconds ticking away, Peri Jean searches for another clue to the book's whereabouts. Can she find the truth before her time runs out? Wrong Turn is #10 in the Peri Jean Mace Ghost Thrillers series. If you like your urban fantasy with a strong side of goosebumps and a heroine who feels like someone you've known all your life, you'll love Wrong Turn. Buy Wrong Turn today and join Peri Jean Mace on a scavenger hunt from hell. Series order: - Forever Road - Download for FREE - Black Opal - Rocks & Gravel - Rest Stop - Forbidden Highway - Rear View - Crossroads - Dead End - Dark Traveler -Wrong Turn - Last Exit If you enjoy books by Kim Harrison, Faith Hunter, Patricia Briggs and Charlaine Harris, then you'll like the Peri Jean Mace Ghost Thrillers. Urban Fantasy, Supernatural Thriller, Paranormal Suspense, Paranormal Psychics, Psychic Suspense, Ghosts, Psychics, Mediums, Texas, similar to: Ilona Andrews, Neil Gaiman, Laurell K. Hamilton, Jim Butcher, Dean Koontz, Midnight Texas, Sookie Stackhouse, Chloe Neill, Dannika Dark, Leighann Dobbs, Richard Kadrey, Kelley Armstrong, Rachel Caine, Vicki Pettersson, Seanan McGuire, Kat Richardson, Harry Connolly, Emma Bull, Nancy A. Collins, Carrie Vaughn, Richelle Mead, SM Reine, Annie Bellet, Jennifer Estep, Rob Thurman, Harper Connelly
Explore in a TRUE story of the many ups and downs and painful consequences that one man felt while trying to find "True Love". His decisions and choices at times during these relationships were not always the "right ones". Balancing at times more than one relationship at a time, he knew in his heart that if he made "ONE" mistake he could lose the very thing he craved from all of them, their "Love". Read and try to understand what makes a "GOOD" man do bad things.
A searing indictment of US strategy in Afghanistan from a distinguished military leader and West Point military historian—“A remarkable book” (National Review). In 2008, Col. Gian Gentile exposed a growing rift among military intellectuals with an article titled “Misreading the Surge Threatens U.S. Army’s Conventional Capabilities,” that appeared in World Politics Review. While the years of US strategy in Afghanistan had been dominated by the doctrine of counterinsurgency (COIN), Gentile and a small group of dissident officers and defense analysts began to question the necessity and efficacy of COIN—essentially armed nation-building—in achieving the United States’ limited core policy objective in Afghanistan: the destruction of Al Qaeda. Drawing both on the author’s experiences as a combat battalion commander in the Iraq War and his research into the application of counterinsurgency in a variety of historical contexts, Wrong Turn is a brilliant summation of Gentile’s views of the failures of COIN, as well as a trenchant reevaluation of US operations in Afghanistan. “Gentile is convinced that Obama’s ‘surge’ in Afghanistan can’t work. . . . And, if Afghanistan doesn’t turn around soon, the Democrats . . . who have come to embrace the Petraeus-Nagl view of modern warfare . . . may find themselves wondering whether it’s time to go back to the drawing board.” —The New Republic
The Way... The Way Out... and the Wayward Dolphins
Author: Vincent Risoli-Black
Using the Bible (especially the Gospels) as a source of consolation for the believed potential devastation that would result in the Wrath of God once seen imminent through Global Warming, one is led through by the author to view positive signs of God’s mercy and a new City of God that the Bible promises in Revelations. The dolphins trapped in our rivers were our delight as we witnessed the twists and turns brought upon life through our eco-systems and society. Also a film-maker, Risoli-Black details this additional dialog in the novel with anecdotes and criticisms of films of the fifties, sixties and seventies when one had choices of decent role models with ideal standards, not idols that led away from God. WRONG TURN: The Fifth Season of Love is a novel of true events where the townsfolk are the heavies that recall plots like Peyton Place and Town Without Pity. Also includes the novella, “The Song of the Bow” about the love between Jonathan and David, a love greater than the love of women.
Deon McCoy, born and raised in the Capitol Home Projects. His life was going nowhere until he met RENEE NELSON, a smart, strong woman with a passion for children and star gazing.However, when he is the last person seen leaving the scene of a double murder. RENEE springs to the rescue. DEON begins to notice another side of RENEE. With the death penalty on the table, RENEE has to act fast. Will the deep love that they have survive?