By Craig Brouwer
By Craig Brouwer
By Semon Strobos
By Michael Connelly,Ingwersen Björn
By Colby Marshall
A band of ruthless assassins converges on a financial institution in Washington, D.C. They slaughter every body within and all get away with no stealing a dime and leaving just a message for police caution that one other assault is coming. The attackers are greater than prepared to speak who they're and what they wish. the matter is, they just accomplish that via cryptic messages hidden in a labyrinth of vintage literature references.
With the clock ticking down the hours and mins until eventually one other massacre, Jenna and the remainder of the BAU workforce have a problem profiling now not one or , yet a dozen person killers. yet whether she is ready to shop the day, enemies from her prior are lurking correct in her blind spot, able to make the most of her present preoccupation . . .
By David Wagner,F. Lucaferri
By Renee Trainer
By Barbara Harken
With the aid of her ally Alex, Jocelyn starts off a trip of flattening internal partitions she has erected from years of abuse. The query is―will these damaged partitions loose her or bury her? And what approximately this new-found aunt, a restaurateur/artist who symptoms her work “Charlie”?
In this mental novel, input the area of trauma survival via dissociation and redemption via love and braveness.
This psychological future health factor (Dissociative id disease) is complicated and a tough subject to adopt in a fictional publication. I applaud the writer for taking over this topic. ~ Dr. Debra Johnson, MD
ABOUT the writer: Barbara Harken used to be raised in Chicago and moved to Iowa on the age of 16. She teaches writing at Wartburg university in Waverly, Iowa and, in her spare time, dabbles in paintings. Barbara and her husband, Bob, have grownup sons, grandchildren, and sufferer daughters-in-law. this is often her 3rd novel.
Other Novels via Barbara Harken
The 86th measure: a narrative of Abuse, Rejection, and Healing
“Harken introduces the reader to the foundational problems with baby abuse, verbal and actual, and the paradigm shift in philosophical, mental, and criminal implications being confronted in our society this present day. clash, solution, and extra clash preserve the reader glued to the pages of this crucial novel which creates a social information and critique of the issues of abusive relationships and the significance of the supply of emotional caregivers.”
~ Richard Blake
Degree of Guilt
A secret novel a few girl protecting her grandfather’s identify who needs to courageous insults, pranks, and attacks on her existence to discover the reality and make sure justice―with assistance from a ghost whit his personal agenda.
“I enjoyed it! secret, romance, sincere sentiment all with a slightly of Stephen King.” ~ Leta Magee
“Couldn’t placed it down.” ~ Janice Olejnik
“Unraveling a secret within the Northwoods.” ~ Richard Hansen
“A accountable pleasure.” ~ Janet Withers
By Solange Ritchie
Charged with weeding out a twisted serial killer, dubbed the “The Burning Man”, as extra our bodies ensue, Cat embarks on a deadly online game to attempt to appreciate and capture him. Her activities may well damage the folk she holds most precious. Her judgements will eternally switch the lives of these she loves.
Little does she recognize, "The Burning guy" waits for her, drawing her nearer into his internet of loss of life, lies and deceit, in order that he can take from her the final word prize. He waits for her in simple sight forcing her to choose no mom should still ever need to make.
Taunt with suspense from the 1st web page, "The Burning guy" lines the painfully genuine struggles of a pushed lady torn among her occupation calls for and unmarried motherhood, a family members saga related to Cat’s younger son and his lack of innocence by the hands of a madman. It explores the unbreakable bond among a mom and her baby as they strive against natural evil. pushed by means of a necessity for the reality, Cat is aware that she's going to do whatever to trap this killer and maintain these she loves alive.
By Shalom Camenietzki
Incarcerated for 26 years in an enormous psychiatric facility, the narrator of 9 Ninety-Nine hates the medical institution with a keenness. all of the hated remedies he gets symbolizes a number of social and political elements. He perspectives the clinic and all those that try and deal with him as a part of a daunting, malevolent and sadistic outfit.
And but, there's something extra looking ahead to him, anything open air of the health center partitions. As his tale progresses down unknown paths, he may well locate anything past the disease that has debilitated him for thus lengthy within the eye-opening trip of 9 Ninety-Nine.
About the Author:
Author Shalom Camenietzki used to be born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and attended highschool and collage in Israel. He studied for a Ph.D. in psychology within the usa. considering that 1974, he has lived in Toronto, Canada, the place he's in deepest perform of scientific psychology. he's married and has a son.