with dinosaurs, you're sure to get the last laugh. Let the creatures of 102 Dinosaur jokes tickle your funny bone and you'll chuckle yourself into extinction. Did dinosaurs know how to use the telephone?? Probably--after all...the croco--dials!!
I love James Patterson's mysteries, so this was one of the first books I got here on bookswap. This is a book that will fool you into thinking you know the answers and then just around the corner comes another surprise, right to the last chapter. I recommend this book to all mystery and thriller fans.
Plunging into a burning town house, Detective Lindsay Boxer discovers three dead bodies...and a mysterious message at the scene. When more corpses turn up, Lindsay askes her friends
Claire Washburn of the medical examiner's office, Assistant D.A. Jill Bernhardt, and San Francisco Chronicle reporter Cincy Thomas to help her find a murderer whoo vows to kill every three days. Even more terrifying, he has targetd one of the four friends. Which one will it be?
When Casey Edwards is found wandering along a Sweetwater, Georgia road, she's a woman without a past, her memory is stripped of the terriying events that shattered her innocence a decade ago. The scap of paper she clutches in her hand has the address of Swan House where her mother lives with her new husband. A near-fatal hit and run, neighbors who won't look her in the eye, a sinister man whispering with her mother behind closed doors. Home turns out to be anything but a save haven for her.
Robin Cook has always been on the cutting edge of the latest medical controversies. In this book he confronts one of the most provacative issues of our times; personality-altering drugs and the complex moral questions they raise. Neuroscientist Edward Armstrong has managed to isolate a psychotropic drug with a strange and dark history--one that may account for the public hysteria during the Salem witch trial. In a brilliant designer-drug transformation, it is developed into as antidepressant with truly startling therapeutic capabilities. But who can be sure the drug is safe for consumers? Who defines the boundaries of "normal" human behavior? And if the drug's side effects are proven to be dangerous--even terrifying--how far will the medical community goto alter their standards of Acceptable Risk.
He came to her by night and left before dawn, never knowing they had created a child. Now their son has been kidnapped, and Molly Lynch must find her mystery lover. Little does she know he'll find her first--and take her captive for her own safety.
Richard Laslo was pretty much the most exasperating man Elf Makespeace had ever met--he'd been that way since they wee children. Now their reactions to each other were very grown-up...but still exasperating.
Earth, wind fire, water...the four elements--but nothing is more elemntal than sassion. Rockie Wexler's father had created a device that could predict earthquakes. Unfortunately, it could also cause them, and now both Dr. Addison Wexler and the machine had disappeared. Gutsy and brillian. Rockie fended off lecherous advances with ease, but she knew she needed some help rescuing her father from the bad guys... Reid Donovan was not surprised to find a butler serving his grandfather. At the age of ninety-two, the head of Donovan Corporation deserved a household staff. What shocked Reid was the fact that his grandfather's major-domo was a sexy blond bombshell with big blue eyes and curves in all the right places. Considering the recent kidnapping threats his grandfather had recived. Reid didn't think the lady butler was a good idea.
When Dr Elliot Mallory met Georgina Hathaway almost everything seemed to be right. They liked the same jokes, shared a love of sports, and the chemistry that drew them together was the most powerful he'd ever known. But one thing that was wrong was very wrong, at least in Elliot's mind; she was young and just beginning her career, if she tied herself to him now, she'd be cheated out of all that the future could hold. But if he l et her go, what would the future hold for him?
Garvin is a sassy bright self-absorbed lawyer with her eyes on a partnership . There is just one problem, Meemaw, her seventy-something grandma.She suddly slimed dodwn silver haired fox with a new attitude.
A preacher, a deacon, that was the kind of man nurse Charity Sims planned to marry. Which is why her lovesick behavior around Rick Mc Kinley, the contractor buildig a family center for her church, so confused her. He refused to go to church, let alone lead one. So what if he was handsome and charming? The couldn't be more different.
Her Yankee pride ignited his rebel passion. With her sunset hair and gray eyes that flashed silver, Callie Michaelson's wild beauty stirred the Conferate Colonel's senses just as her courageous spirit touched his soul. Unequaled on the field of battle, Daniel Cameron was bewitched by this sweet enemy whose caresses alone could make him forget the horrors of war.
She is a blonde bombshell who has starred in a string of low budget films and is now a bestselling author. But one too many bites of caviar, menacing phone calls from her jailbird ex and nasty gossip sends her straight out the door and into a small town where she has car problems, she finds people are friendly and when she loses her wallet and all her id she finds work to pay for her car repair, and finds the life she has longed for, but trouble brews back home, someone she has trusted is really not her friend but her greatest enemy, and is out to make her life miserable.
His name is Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamful. An Andalite war-prince. The one who gave five young humans the abllity to morph into any animal they touch. They are still out there, fighting an evil so powerful there isn't a moment that goes by when they can actually feel safe. Their story continues. But this is how it all began. The story that came before Animorphs.
wishes for love bring hope from above, but before the angelic trio can answer the christmas prayers of three lonely women, there are memorable lessons that must first be learned. This is a feel good book, I loved it.
It begins in Geneva. There American lawyer Joel Converse meets a man he hasn't seen in twenty years, a covert operative who dies violently at his feet, whispering words that hand converse a staggering legacy of death: The Generals.. they're back...Aguiltaine!! Suddenly Converse is running for his life, alone with the world's most shattering secret. Pursued by anonymous executioners tothe dark corners of Europe, he is force to play a game of survival by blood-rules he thought he'd long left behind. One by one, he traces each thread of a deadly progressiion to the heart of evry major goverment--a network of coordinated global violence that no one believes ppossible. No one but Converse and the woman h once loved and lost. The only two people on earth who can wrest the world from the iron grasp of Aquitaine.
Global Histilities. Nuclear Capabilities. It's one of the Pentagon's most dreaded doomsday scenarios come terrifyingly true: The Far East streaks past the flash point, when India launches a preemptive stike against Islamic Pakistan. Nuclear hostilities are imminent. The President orders the US battle group led by supercarrier Thomas Jefferson to keep the peace. An American warship is sunk. Thermonuclear payloads are launched. And to avert global catsstrophe, Lt. Commander "Tombstone" Magruder and the carrier attle group must shift, into Armageddon mode--the ultimate battle by land, sea or air....