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It Takes A Village To Kill Your Husband: A Novel by Jethro Collins

It Takes A Village To Kill Your Husband: A Novelby Jethro Collins

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Haven’t you ever wanted to kill someone? Especially your husband?
A romantic comedy set in the fast-paced world of Beverly Hills – but these are not your average desperate housewives. Hollis Whitney is a successful and fabulous HGTV hostess on the brink of turning 40. She also happens to be madly in love with her carpenter even though she is married to sleazy movie director Frank Fielder. When Hollis discovers that Frank is diddling his latest (and much younger) leading lady, she sets out on a mission to kill him off. Her bitchy Beverly Hills friends catch wind of her plan and insist on helping her plot out the perfect murder. Together the women use their power and connections to help Hollis dig the hole that will bury Frank – figuratively and literally. What follows is a tale of the unique skills each woman brings to the plan and a moving story about long-lost love, finding yourself, onion rings and the importance of pink. Killing your husband could just be the secret to a happy ending.

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Buying Time by Joe Haldeman

Buying Timeby Joe Haldeman

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The Nebula Award–winning author of The Forever War explores a world where time is money–and for some, both are running out . . .

The Stileman Process is a medical miracle: Every ten years or so, you can restore youth and health to your aging, ailing body–as long as you can pay the enormous fee. The scientific advancement has altered the twenty-first-century world even more than space travel.

Dallas Barr is one of the oldest men on Earth, and now he needs to repeat the procedure. But while scrambling desperately for his next essential million, he meets Maria, a woman from a previous life–and makes two chilling discoveries: Not all Stileman “immortals” were created the same. And their days may be more numbered than they think . . .

From the author of The Hemingway Hoax and Camouflage, and the recipient of multiple science fiction honors including the Hugo, John W. Campbell, and Robert A. Heinlein Awards, Buying Time is “a mystery/SF hybrid that exhibits the author at his most inventive. . . . The action is fast and furious” (Publishers Weekly).

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Four Dark Tales by Mark Lukens

Four Dark Talesby Mark Lukens

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Enter four dark worlds . . .

ACID RAIN: A mother and her daughter get trapped in a gas station with strangers as a storm suddenly moves in, unleashing rain that destroys everything it touches. But is there something worse waiting in the rain?

SAFE HAVEN: When the government, the Russian mob, and a drug cartel are after you, where do you go? There’s a safe haven for the super-rich running from their troubles – a beautiful tropical island – but there’s a heavy price to pay for safety.

HEALER: Meet a teenage boy who heals a woman at the brink of death after a car accident. When a man who witnesses the miracle abducts the boy to heal his sick wife, things go horribly wrong.

THE HAMMER MURDERS: Agent Ridley with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation is called to a horrific and baffling murder of a family at a remote farmhouse with only one survivor – the youngest son, an eight-year-old boy who may hold the key to finding the monster who killed his family.

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NORTH KOREA DECEPTION by RICHARD LYNTTON

NORTH KOREA DECEPTIONby RICHARD LYNTTON

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Can a reporter who hates corruption…

…stay true to himself when lives are on the line?

Is he being setup?

Jack survived the first Gulf War, Bosnia, and his time as a UN Peacekeeper. As a captain and tank commander, he saw the dark side of war. Skilled in language, he speaks Russian, German, French, and Bosnian. That’s why they sent him.

Two UN Officials had gone missing.

They were last seen in the Tumen Triangle.

A 324-mile river that borders Russia, China, and North Korea, it’s a place few Westerners have heard of or understand. It would be a prize-winning story if he could crack it. Sometimes fate puts a person where they need to be and then he saw the child fall beneath the ice.

When Steele rescued the boy, it was the first domino to fall.

Would it lead to North Korea launching a nuclear missile?

You’ll love this adrenaline rush of an international thriller because it has twists, turns, an impossible romance, and one difficult choice. How does the puzzle fit together?

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Debussy's Slippers by Steve Exeter

Debussy’s Slippersby Steve Exeter

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George Gershwin thinks he could do better, better than Broadway.

Ira Gershwin disagrees, why get funny ideas about writing po-faced Piano Concertos that no one hears, when you’re already getting much respect and much money (and much female attention) from writing hit shows? But what George wants George gets, and soon the brothers are travelling to Europe to meet French maestro Maurice Ravel – you know, a real composer.

Despite dreading this American invasion on his artistic privacy, the haughty Ravel warms to George, the two men share musical ideas and beaucoup du vin. It all turns sour when George returns to New York, unintentionally carrying in his luggage Ravel’s most treasured possession: a pair of slippers that belonged to Ravel’s musical forefather, the French national hero – Claude Debussy.

Now, Debussy’s slippers may reek, they may look slightly ridiculous, but their inspirational power is undeniable. Once George feels their effect, he’s loath to return them, and sets about stalling an increasingly irate Ravel. Things come to a head when Ravel unexpectedly returns Gershwin’s visit.

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