By Peter James The Roy Grace Series DEAD SIMPLE LOOKING GOOD DEAD
NOT DEAD ENOUGH DEAD MAN'S FOOTSTEPS DEAD TOMORROW DEAD
LIKE YOU DEAD MAN'S GRIP NOT DEAD YET DEAD MAN'S TIME WANT YOU ...
Author: Peter James
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
You are Dead is the eleventh thrilling crime novel in Peter James' bestelling Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series. Is Detective Superintendent Roy Grace tracking his home city’s first serial killer in over eighty years? A series of young women – all beautiful, all with long brown hair – have been stalked and abducted. Each victim is found with a brand on their body, a marking that reads ‘U R Dead’. And some of their remains are from thirty years ago. When Logan Somerville is taken while on the phone to her fiancé, Grace must find a lead, connect the cases and track down the killer before they can strike again . . .
The Hanging of Albert Edwin Batson Jim Bradshaw, Danielle Miller. Until You Are
Dead, Dead, Dead —Until You Are— DEAD DEAD DEAD The Hanging of Albeit.
Author: Jim Bradshaw
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Category: True Crime
In 1902, on a prairie in southwest Louisiana, six members of a farming family are found murdered. Albert Edwin Batson, a white, itinerant farm worker, rapidly descends from likely suspect to likely lynching victim as people in the surrounding countryside lusted for vengeance. In a territory where the locals were coping with the opening of the prairies by the railroad and the disorienting, disruptive advances of the rice and oil industries into what was predominantly cattle country, Batson, an outsider, made an ideal scapegoat. Until You Are Dead, Dead, Dead tells the story of the legal trials of Batson for the murder of six members of the Earll family and of the emotional trial of his mother. She believed him innocent and worked tirelessly, but futilely, to save her son’s life. More than two dozen photos of Batson, his mother, and the principals involved in his arrest and convictions help bring this struggle to life. Though the evidence against him was entirely circumstantial, most of the citizenry of southwest Louisiana considered him guilty. Sensational headlines in national and local newspapers stirred up so much emotion, authorities feared he would be lynched before they could hang him legally. Even-handed, objective, and thorough, the authors sift the evidence and lament the incompetence of Batson’s court-appointed attorneys. The state tried the young man and convicted him twice of the murders and sentenced him each time to death. Louisiana’s governor refused to accept the state pardon board’s recommendation that Batson’s final sentence be commuted to life in prison. A stranger in a rapidly changing land, Batson was hanged.
“That we should retain the death penalty in a country where no one in a
courtroom can be relied on to do his job ... shall a fourteenyear-old hear those
dreadful words 'to be hanged by the neck until you are dead,' ” said one letter
writer to the ...
Author: Julian Sher
Publisher: Seal Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
FULLY REVISED AND UPDATED National Bestseller Winner of the Canadian Authors Association Birks Family Foundation Award for Biography Finalist for the Writers’ Trust Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing The investigation that helped Truscott get a new appeal. In 1959, a popular schoolboy, just 14 years old, was convicted and sentenced to hang for the rape and murder of his 12-year-old classmate. That summer, Canada lost its innocence and the shocking story of Steven Truscott became imprinted on the nation’s memory. First published in 2001, “Until You Are Dead” revealed new witnesses, leads and evidence never presented to the courts. Now this national bestseller is fully revised and updated, and takes readers from that fateful night in 1959 up to the new appeal granted to Truscott in 2006. Julian Sher’s award-winning and insightful chronicle details Steven Truscott’s dramatic final battle – with the help of his family, investigative journalists and lawyers – to clear his name once and for all. From the Paperback edition.
into the past, into a parallel universe from which they cannot escape unless she
allows them to. ... as his letters were doing now, with a hostile recalcitrance that
terrified him. But the letters weren't even hostile anymore, they were inert. Dead.
Author: Emmanuel Carrère
Publisher: Metropolitan Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
For his many devoted readers, Philip K. Dick is not only one of the "one of the most valiant psychological explorers of the 20th century" (The New York Times) but a source of divine revelation. In the riveting style that won accolades for The Adversary, Emmanuel Carrère's I Am Alive and You Are Dead, follows Dick's strange odyssey from his traumatic beginnings in 1928, when his twin sister died in infancy, to his lonely end in 1982, beset by mystical visions of swirling pink light, three-eyed invaders, and messages from the Roman Empire. Drawing on interviews as well as unpublished sources, he vividly conjures the spirit of this restless observer of American postwar malaise who subverted the materials of science fiction--parallel universes, intricate time loops, collective delusions--to create classic works of contemporary anxiety.
Author: S. E. Ellacott
Category: Brigands and robbers
BUT JOVONNA DID AND MARINE THOUGHT TO HERSELF HOW YOU COULD
LEAVE YOUR CHILD IN THAT HOUSE KNOWING MARINE BEGAN HAVING
THOSE DREAMS OF THE DEAD RISING FROM THEIR COFFINS. THIS TIME
Author: Elizabeth Noll
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This is based on a true story. All ESP occurrences, dreams, signs of premonitions, and spells are true. All of the names have been changed to keep the skeletons in the closet. The bad luck begins with a little girls life story. On her not so magic carpet ride through life. So fasten your seatbelts kiddies it’s going to be a turbulent fight!
“Dad, do you have a photo of you, the Tin Lizzie, and some mates—did you used
to drive it along a steep gravel road around Oamaru?” “I am sure I a photo some-
where,” he said. “Well when you find it, you will be leaning on it with one foot on ...
Author: Diana Gordon
Publisher: Balboa Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
When faced with a sudden and unexpected crisis, when faced with a death of a child, where your whole life is changed forever, where interacting with life is a huge challenge, where everyday matters are difficult to cope with and life seems insurmountable, how does one go on? How does one gather the strength and the courage to pick up the pieces of a shattered life? This book is the story of a mother's journey in a sudden and dramatic crisis-a descent into darkness and the journey back into the" light." It is a journey of hope, love, survival, self-empowerment, and healing. It is a journey she hopes will inspire and uplift all who have lost a child or a loved one. She discovers that her children are still ""alive"" in their spiritual bodies-dead to this world but "alive as shining lights" in the evening sky.
I am again Marcia Martin Ensley. I said again because this is my second published work. My interest and desire, at this time, is to understand the why of death. Death is a phenomenon. It is forever with us.
Author: Marcia Martin Ensley
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
I am again Marcia Martin Ensley. I said again because this is my second published work. My interest and desire, at this time, is to understand the why of death. Death is a phenomenon. It is forever with us. It does not ask for our permission; and we dont, for the most part, welcome it. Death represents an absence to life, yet death is always present with us. The National Center for Health Statistics report that there are millions of deaths a year. Why? Sure, someone probably had a heart attack; someone had AIDS, cancer or perhaps an accident in a vehicle. But still, WHY? As a pastor, I have attended many funerals and have been at the bedside with family members whose loved ones died. During those times, my heart is saddened. If I knew them personally, I am saddened that they are gone. If I didnt know them personally, I am saddened when I see the tears and grief of loved ones left behind. Of course, as a pastor, the loss is great because that loss represents a sheep gone from the fold. God, for me, is all knowing and all powerful. Why doesnt God just step in and stop death? Why does it seem death wins? Stay tuned. The pages to follow will address these questions.
Rustico nodded then returned to the genius's previous remark about the cost of
all of this, "My heart will stop when you tell me about the impossible room. So, I
practice in slow motion?" "Rustico, one foot. You can run up to it but at eighteen ...
Publisher: John Galavan
Thinking this, you will be overwhelmed by intense suffering - you will feel like a
fish [expelled from the water], writhing on hot sand. Although you will suffer[on
realising that you are dead], this is not helpful [to you now]. If you have a spiritual
Author: Graham Coleman
One of the greatest works created by any culture and overwhelmingly the most significant of all Tibetan Buddhist texts in the West, The Tibetan Book of the Dead has had a number of distinguished translations, but none encompassed the work in its entirety. Now, in one of the year's most important publishing events, the entire text has not only been made available in English but in a translation of quite remarkable clarity and beauty. With an introductory commentary by His Holiness The Dalai Lama, who calls this translation "an extraordinary accomplishment undertaken with great care over many years" this complete edition faithfully presents the insights and intentions of the original work. It includes one of the most detailed and compelling descriptions of the after-death state in world literature, exquisitely written practices that can transform our experience of daily life, guidance on helping those who are dying, and an inspirational perspective on coping with bereavement. Translated with the close support of leading contemporary masters, including HH Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, and learned scholars such as Khamtrul Rinpoche and Zenkar Rinpoche, His Holiness the Dalai Lama says, "I hope that the profound insights contained in this work will be a source of inspiration and support to many interested people around the world."
from me. Plus interest.” He waved his stiff-fingered right hand, wrinkled, spotted,
swollen with what looked like bad arthritis. “If she has her way, I will be dead
within the year.” “Why?” I asked him. “Isn't your new demon stopping the clock for
Author: Jim Butcher
“The wildest, strangest, best Dresden adventure to date...Butcher’s blending of modern fantasy with classic noir sensibilities ensures that there’s never a dull moment.”—SF Site Paranormal investigations are Harry Dresden’s business and Chicago is his beat, as he tries to bring law and order to a world of wizards and monsters that exists alongside everyday life. And though most inhabitants of the Windy City don’t believe in magic, the Special Investigations Department of the Chicago PD knows better. Karrin Murphy is the head of S. I. and Harry’s good friend. So when a killer vampire threatens to destroy Murphy’s reputation unless Harry does her bidding, he has no choice. The vampire wants the Word of Kemmler (whatever that is) and all the power that comes with it. Now, Harry is in a race against time—and six merciless necromancers—to find the Word before Chicago experiences a Halloween night to wake the dead...
After all I am just a humble accident you were not ready for. - 1:19:46 PM 2:07:20
PM — When resurrecting the mentally dead, never reason with them. Because
they are not aware they are dead, they will suggest it is best to be dead. Because
Author: Todd Andrew Rohrer
A man had an accident. He lost his sense of time and emotional capacity. This is his thirteenth attempt to communicate since the accident.
They must be too horrible to name or look at. . . . If you could look Death in the
face he would lose his power to kill you. Quie'n es? When you ask Death for his
credentials you are dead. His passport picture is your deathmask, to get back to ...
Author: William S. Burroughs
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
A good old-fashion shoot-out in the American West of the frontier days serves as the springboard for this hyperkinetic adventure in which gunslingers, led by Kim Carson, fight for galactic freedom. The Place of Dead Roads is the second novel in the trilogy with Cities of the Red Night and The Western Lands.
'Chief Inspector, do you actually have any suspects in your Shoe Man enquiries?'
'All I can say at this stage is that we are following some good leads and we are
grateful to the public for their response.' The tubby man got in a second question
Author: Peter James
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Dead Like You is the sixth novel in the multi-million copy bestselling Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series from number one author Peter James. Don't imagine for one moment that I'm not watching you . . . The Metropole Hotel, Brighton. After a heady New Year's Eve ball, a woman is brutally raped as she returns to her room. A week later, another woman is attacked. Both victims' shoes are taken by the offender . . . Detective Superintendent Roy Grace soon realizes that these new cases bear remarkable similarities to an unsolved series of crimes in the city back in 1997. The perpetrator had been dubbed 'Shoe Man' and was believed to have raped five women before murdering his sixth victim and vanishing. Could this be a copycat, or has Shoe Man resurfaced? When more women are assaulted, Grace becomes increasingly certain that they are dealing with the same man. And that by delving back into the past – a time in which we see Grace and his missing wife Sandy still apparently happy together – he may find the key to unlocking the current mystery. Soon Grace and his team will find themselves in a desperate race against the clock to identify and save the life of the new sixth victim . . .
Thursday evening, 24 October Van the man was playing 'Someone Like You' on
the stereo, and he was watching two different shows, both muted, on his twin fifty-
fiveinch Samsung screens. On one was the news, and on the other was all the ...
Author: Peter James
Single girl, 33, redhead and smouldering, love life that's crashed and burned. Seeks new flame to rekindle her fire. Fun, friendship and—who knows—more maybe? In Peter James' Want You Dead, thirty-year old Red Cameron meets handsome, charming and rich thirty-five year old Bryce Laurent through an online dating agency, and is instantly attracted to him. But as their love blossoms, the truth about his past begins to emerge, and with it his dark side. Everything he has told Red about himself turns out to be a tissue of lies, and her infatuation with him gradually turns to terror. Within a year, and under police protection, she evicts him from her flat and her life. But far from being over, her nightmare is only just beginning. For Bryce is obsessed and besotted with her. He intends to destroy, by fire, everything and everyone she has ever known and loved—and then her, too. It's up to Detective Superintendent Roy Grace to stop him before it's too late...
Well, denial can only get you so far, and finally I decided I was being ridiculous
and I went to the doctor, and the good news was I didn't have an ulcer ... Ninety
percent of people with pancreatic cancer are dead within a year of initial
Author: Lawrence Block
Publisher: Hachette UK
Scudder is back, tracking a killer through the alleys of Hell's Kitchen and mapping the darker regions of the human soul. Glenn Holtzman sits on top of the world, watching the sun set from his penthouse . . . half and hour later he's just another statistic, gunned down in a phone booth on Eleventh Avenue. When the cartridge casings of the fatal shots turn up on a well-known local Vietnam Vet the whole of the Big Apple knows it's an open and shut case. But not Scudder - this Yuppie lawyer has skeletons in his closet and Matt can hear them rattling.
While buying things at these events may cost you a few dollars, it is still a cheap
and reliable treasure trove of obsolete electronics. Ultimately, if you are dead set
on getting your broken electronics for free, the last thing you can try is asking for ...
Author: Randy Sarafan
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Computer hacking takes on a whole new meaning when you're going at it with a screwdriver and hammer: announcing the most wildly inventive, eco-friendly craft book on repurposing everyday objects since Generation T. Except in this case the raw material isn't a T-shirt, but the stuff we all have lying around and have no idea what to do with, or even how to get rid of properly—your old cell phone, a broken printer, irredeemable iPod, busted digital camera, mysterious thatches of cables and wires, orphaned keyboards, and of course, those dead PCs and laptops. Created by a Parsons design graduate who’s obsessed with navigating the intersection of art and technology, here are 62 ingenious projects that are irresistibly geek-chic. An iMac Terrarium—how cool is that? A laptop Digital Photo Frame. The impressively green Scanner Compost Bin. Plus a power strip Bird Feeder, Walkman Soap Dish, My First Squiggle Bot, Qwerty Hair Tie, Flat-screen Ant Farm. Each project has complete, step-by-step instructions, is rated by difficulty—in a thorough first chapter the author covers all the tools and skills needed to take apart electronics safely—and is arranged by use, from stuff for the house, to fashion, toys, arts and crafts, items for pets, and more.
“But I hate to leave you and the family for even one day.” “I know, but it might
make Leonard realize that it's useless to stalk you if you are gone,” said Don. “We
will need to make it as public as we can, so he will hear you are leaving without ...
Author: K. Preston Reynolds
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In the fall of 1974, Jackie Woods as a substitute teacher in Palm Beach County, has the misfortune to have a psychopathic student in her class her fi rst year of teaching. This young man wants to avenge the humiliation he feels she had bestowed upon him. In 1979, at seventeen-years-old, along with an accomplice, he kidnaps her. When she is rescued, he stalks her, then confronts her at gun point but she steadfastly holds to her faith in her heavenly Father. She believes that God will protect her from this homicidal maniac. Along with her family, she stays faithful to her convictions and the young man vents his rage upon two others he feels are blocking his plan of revenge toward the teacher. Jackie’s son, Tim, now seventeen, trusts in the Lord to lead the victim of an attack to salvation and then shows a family how to keep their young child from becoming a menace to others. He also leads a Jewish family to a relationship with the Messiah of Gentile believers without compromising their heritage or culture. While living in West Palm Beach, Jackie travels to Butler, Ohio where she fi nds peace until the danger is over and she can return home.
You are not perfect, but that great word 'ruin' is written on your heart; death is
stamped on your spirit. Do not conceive, O ... And you may dress up the dead as
gloriously as you please, but you still would be participating in a solemn mockery.
Author: Jonathan Edwards
Publisher: Sovereign Grace Publishers,
GOD'S WILL, MAN'S WILL, AND FREE WILL Is it possible for a creature to have a free will and to continually exercise that will in complete conformity to the will of God? Yes! Are the creatures who thus conform their wills continually to the will of God in servitude? Are they slaves? Yes! If God plans, fore-determines and predestinates each and every deed of a man's life, powerfully controlling all circumstances, all persons, even all forces of whatever variety and magnitude that affects his life, can that one be free? Yes! In this little book the large subject of God's Will, Man's Will, and Free will is keenly examined by five different authors who make use of the Holy Scriptures to answer the multitude of questions, and of objections to what is written HORATIUS BONAR notes three things about men without Christ: 1. Their souls are not at rest. 2. Their conscience is not at work. And, 3. They do not tremble at the Word of God. The Lord has spoken. There is no room to question when His voice is heard. JONATHAN EDWARDS notes that God is the Supreme Orderer of all things, but that His ordering of all things (His orderings of the heart and fixing the steps of a man - Proverbs 16:1, 9) does not interfere with a man's ability to choose. C. H. SPURGEON notes that men will not come to Christ that they might have LIFE because they are dead in trespasses and sin. Can there be a soul that will not become wiser from these discussions? Edwards (1703-1758) is by far the best known American theologian. After graduating from and teaching at Yale University, he began a very fruitful ministry at Northampton, MA. The church was the scene of the explosive revival of 1734, 35, and burned fiercely for God under Edwards for several years. Edwards then went to pastor the lowly Indians. But at last he was called to be the first president of Princeton University, where he served only 5 weeks, dying of smallpox. C. H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) was not only the famed preacher for whom The Metropolitan Tabernacle was built, but he wrote a host of books, published a magazine, was a colporteur, was an expositor, etc. Horatius Bonar (1809-1899) was a Presbyterian minister in Scotland and the author of many excellent books of much practical value. Jay P. Green, Sr. (1918-) is Translator and Editor of The Interlinear Hebrew-Greek-English Bible and the translator of the Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible, The Teenage Version of the Holy Bible, and the Literal translation of the Holy Bible. He has written numerous books on textual criticism.
We can't let anything or anyone get in the way. If you had been more careful, he
wouldn't know anything now, but we have to operate on the facts. So don't preach
to me about being unfeeling. Nothing and no one is going to jeopardize the ...
Author: Ellen Collinge
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
Sheriff Brad Owen sets out to solve an apparent murder when a corpse is found in the Arizona desert, having lain there undiscovered for about twenty-five years. To confuse the issue, the victim was shot twice, but from different guns and from different locations. The events at the time of the killing involve a rancher-businessman from southeastern Colorado who travels occasionally to Arizona on business, where he meets up with an attractive lady. The situation turns nasty though, when the lady turns out to be anything but a lady.