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Subject: How about books with Heaven or Hell in the title? Read about them here ->
Date Posted: 4/15/2008 11:13 AM ET
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Post your books with Heaven or Hell in the title!

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 11:27 AM ET
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Can't Wait to Get to Heaven by Fannie Flagg. Another in the Elmwood Springs chronicles.


Woo hoo I'm first!

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 11:34 AM ET
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don't have any with heaven or hell in the title but have a few with evil, devil hehe :p these <blank> in the title posts are fun :p

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 11:35 AM ET
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A Cold Day In Hell
Stella Cameron

'Tis the season to be wary . . .

Christmas is coming and all is far from calm in Pointe Judah, Louisiana. Newcomer Christian DeAngelo -- Angel to his friends -- is at his wit's end trying to manage Sonny, the hotheaded nineteen-year-old everyone believes is his nephew. In fact, Sonny is the orphaned son of a notorious mob boss, a protected witness . . . and Angel's responsibility.

Angel has been commiserating with Eileen Moggeridge, whose lonely son Aaron has latched on to Sonny and gotten into deeper trouble than ever. But nothing could prepare Angel and Eileen for the boys' latest crisis: as they are horsing around in the swamp one afternoon, a shot rings out. Aaron is hit, but was the bullet meant for Sonny?

Suddenly, a goodwill toward men is in short supply and Angel doesn't know who's more dangerous: the hoodoo mystic with an eerie hold over the boys, the hit man roaming the bayou or Eileen's volatile ex-husband, Chuck.

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 11:35 AM ET
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hmmm. I don't seem to have any of those, although I have titles with angels and titles with evil in them

Subject: h & h
Date Posted: 4/15/2008 11:46 AM ET
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This is as close as I come to this one.


Make Me a Miracle (Harlequin Superromance No. 499) :: Ruth Glick

Unheavenly Angel :Harlequin: Annette Broadrick

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 1:17 PM ET
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Wow, I didn't think I had one!

Smart Cookies: 80 Recipes for Heavenly, Healthful Snacking by Jane Kinderlehrer

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 1:41 PM ET
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Angels Fall by Nora Roberts is as close to heaven or hell in the title.

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 1:59 PM ET
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Heaven's Price by Sandra Brown

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 2:00 PM ET
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I have Reign in Hell by William Diehl on my bookshelf (hardcover)


William Diehl stunned readers with Primal Fear and Show of Evil, the national bestsellers featuring Chicago lawyer Martin Vail. Now, in his gripping new novel of suspense, Diehl enters uncharted territory, pushing Vail and the legal system he represents to the brink of destruction.

The nation is seized by fear. A terrorist attack on a military convoy leaves scores of soldiers dead as truckloads of highly volatile weapons fall into the hands of an ultra right-wing militia. A fanatic, snake-handling preacher known only as Brother Transgressor joins forces with this radical group, adding fuel to the fire. No one knows who this mysterious figure is or where he came from, but few can resist his ardent convictions--or see that his persuasive ways conceal his own dark secrets and sinister agenda.

Having just won a landmark conviction, Martin Vail--now Illinois attorney general--has risen to national prominence. His bravado and cunning reputation catch the attention of the Oval Office. The President demands swift legal action against the militia and turns to Vail, naming him an assistant attorney general of the United States. His job: nail the terrorists in their tracks. Still hungry as ever to make up for the fatal mistakes he made years ago, Vail plunges into his new, near-impossible mission, one that soon explodes into a personal nightmare, as his most chilling adversary, Aaron Stampler, returns--seemingly from the dead--to enact a vengeance that might bring Vail to his knees.


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Date Posted: 4/15/2008 2:00 PM ET
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How about  *smiling*

Heaven and Hell/the Conclusion of the North and South Trilogy
John Jakes

GREAT book!!!

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 3:31 PM ET
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High Heaven (Harlequin Romance, No 3096) :: Quinn Wilder
Posted: 2/10/2008 1:17 AM ET
Tags Romance


Dory -
Date Posted: 4/15/2008 5:21 PM ET
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Heaven and Earth (Three Sisters Island Trilogy)
Author: Nora Roberts

Second in the captivating Three Sisters Island trilogy.

Ripley Todd just wants to live a quiet, peaceful kind of life. Her job as sheriff's deputy keeps her busy and happy, and she has no trouble finding men when she wants them - which, lately isn't all that often. She's perfectly content, except for one thing: she had special powers that both frighten and confuse her - and though she tries hard to hide them, she can't get them under control...

Distraction soon arrive in the handsome form of MacAllister Booke - a researcher who's come to investigate the rumors of witchcraft that haunt Three Sisters Island.

Date Posted: 4/15/2008 6:33 PM ET
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Then Came Heaven: LaVyrle Spencer

Subject: Dean Koontz
Date Posted: 4/15/2008 9:23 PM ET
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One Door Away from Heaven :: Dean Koontz

In a dusty trailer park on the far edge of the California dream, Michelina Bellsong contemplates the choices she has made. At twenty-eight, she wants to change the direction of her troubled life but can�t find her way � until a new family settles into the rental trailer next door and she meets the young girl who will lead her on a remarkable quest that will change Micky herself and everything she knows � or thinks she knows � forever.

Despite the brace she must wear on her deformed left leg, and her withered left hand, nine-year-old Leilani Klonk radiates a buoyant and indomitable spirit that inspires Micky. Beneath Leilani�s effervescence, however, Micky comes to sense a quiet desperation that the girl dares not express.

Leilani�s mother is little more than a child herself. And the girl�s stepfather, Preston Maddoc, is educated but threatening. He has moved the family from place to place as he fanatically investigates UFO sightings, striving to make contact, claiming to have had a vision that by Leilani�s tenth birthday aliens will either heal her or take her away to a better life on their world.

Slowly, ever more troubling details emerge in Leilani�s conversations with Micky. Most chilling is Micky�s discovery that Leilani had an older brother, also disabled, who vanished after Maddoc took him into the woods one night and is now �gone to the stars.�

Leilani�s tenth birthday is approaching. Micky is convinced the girl will be dead by that day. While the child-protection bureaucracy gives Micky the runaround, the Maddoc family slips away into the night. Micky sets out across America to track and find them, alone and afraid but for the first time living for something bigger than herself.

She finds herself pitted against an adversary, Preston Maddoc, as fearsome as he is cunning. The passion and disregard for danger with which Micky pursues her quest bring to her side a burned-out detective who joins her on a journey of incredible peril and startling discoveries, a journey through terrible darkness to unexpected light.

One Door Away From Heaven is an incandescent mix of suspense and humor, fear and wonder, a story of redemption and timeless wisdom that will have readers cheering. Filled with tragedy and joy, with terror and hope, it solidifies Dean Koontz�s reputation as one of the foremost storytellers of our time. This is Dean Koontz at his very best � and it doesn�t get any better than that.

Subject: Me too....
Date Posted: 4/15/2008 10:14 PM ET
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okay,  I know, a little off topic here, but some of it was funny in terms of "Heaven or Hell" theme.....

Anyone can have all 7 for 2 credits if they are interested.

Just PM me,


Almost Eden :: Dorothy Garlock

Umm, that's a biblical PLACE at least.....lol

Evidence Of Sin (Harlequin Romance, No 3353) :: Catherine

Might get you in Hell......not sure if this fits....a bit of a stretch

Hellion Bride (Bride Trilogy, Bk 2

Innocent Witness (Intrigue, 574

Umm, kind of the opposite of Evidence of Sin sort of funny

Lightning Strikes (36 Hours) :: Mary Lynn Baxter


Road to Paradise Island :: Victoria Holt

Salem's Lot :: Stephen King

Date Posted: 4/16/2008 7:04 PM ET
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Heaven Can Wait :: Leonore Fleischer
Posted: 6/22/2007 3:57 PM ET