This book was terrifying, gripping, haunting, a real page turner. It contains a classic duel of good and evil. Synopsis: Frank Pollard awakens in an alley sensing he is in great danger. However, not remembering anything except his name. He takes refuge in a motel and awakens with blood on his hands. Over the next few days he fears sleep because each time he wakes up he discovers strange objects in his hands or in his pockets. Bobby and Julie Dakota are a husband-and-wife detective team. They specialize in high-ticket corporate security investigations. However, they help Frank Pollard out of compassion and curiosity. But as the Dakotas begin to discover where Frank goes when he sleeps, they are drawn into ever-darkening realms where they encounter the figure stalking Frank. Thomas is Julie Dakota's Down's-syndrome brother. To him, death is the "Bad Place".
Synopsis: Henry Ward Beecher, golden-tongued pastor of Brooklyn's Plymouth Church, whose sermons made the multitudes gasp and swoon, was a celbrated public figure and peerless moral force...Suddenly, the nation is flabbergasted when Beecher is accused of seducing the wife of his protege. Beecher's sister was Harriet Beecher Stowe - who wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin". I liked this book - it was shocking.
This is a Scarpetta Novel. The nightmare begins when a cargo ship ariving at Richmond's Deep Water Terminal from Belgium is discovered to be transporting a locked, sealed container holding the decomposed remains of stowaway. They story careens across international borders with Scarpetta in harm's way.
This a Hardcover LARGE-PRINT book. Dr. Kay Scarpetta's back. She moves to Florida as a private forensic consultant. She gets involved in a case in neighboring Lousiana - a woman, with keys in hand, and dressed to kill, is found dead in a seedy hotel. Then, Jean-Bapiste Chandonne (The Wolf Man) in prison contacts her. A great thriller.
This is another Scarpetta novel. 30-feet below the Elizabeth River's icy surface a scuba diver is dead, an investigative reporter who was a favorite at the Medical Examiner's Office. Then a second murder occurs. This book brillantly delivers high-tension and suspense.
Synopsis: Thad Beaumont is a writer who published novels under the name of "George Stark". The story takes place in the small town of Castle Rock, Maine where Thad, his wife, and twins reside. Sheriff Alan Panghorn ponders the brutal roadside murder of man named Homer Gamache. Thad's prints are found all over Homer. From this point, a tale of terror begins.
"Dawn" is the debut (1st) of the new V.C. Andrews - Cutler Series. It is about a young girl named "Dawn", living though a crumbling and dispairing life, and her yearning for a true home and happy family.