Meet Caitlyn Grey: 26, agoraphobic, and blind. She travels the world without leaving home. Caitlyn can blink - sending her mind across earth. It’s a skill she’s kept hidden, one she shares with this killer. To the police, it’s the impossible: How could a blind woman see a crime that didn’t leave prints? But to Michaels, it’s just the break his investigation needs. He’s uncovered a pattern among the dead doctors, scientists, and professors - a connection to a Cold War experiment that weaponized the mind.
A street gang has moved into the old neighborhood, selling drugs and leaving their mark. When Slater steps in to help a woman being harassed by a gang member, he makes a dangerous enemy, and befriends a small boy. Slater and Maggie are both suspects when the woman is found dead, but there are plenty of possibilities. A billion-dollar land deal, a victim with a drug habit, and a grizzled police detective that might be on the take, all offer plenty of intrigue.
In 1945, Isabela de Cordoba’s great-grandfather, the famous silent movie actor Lorenzo de Cordoba, mysteriously hid a legendary, multimillion-dollar emerald somewhere on the family’s sprawling Eucalyptus Street estate. Seventy years later, the gem remains concealed. Nicknamed the “Green Curse”, the emerald is blamed for the Southern California familia’s numerous, untimely deaths.
As a child in racially turbulent Detroit, Mort Meisner witnessed an attack on a Black boy as White parents shouted the n-word and threw rocks to protest bussing to integrate his elementary school in 1960. This - and the vicious beatings that his father inflicted on Mort inside their run-down home - instilled in him a deep disdain for hatred, violence, and discrimination. Enough to Be Dangerous chronicles Mort's against-the-odds success and his courageous quest to call out sexism and racism in newsrooms in St. Louis, Chicago, and Detroit throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
Hurricane Irma tore through the Florida Keys in 2017, leaving a path of death and destruction in its wake. Isla Dunbar set out ahead of the storm, determined to save the sailboat that carried her dead mother's name. The "Caroline" went down 15 miles off the Florida coast, and Isla was presumed lost. But was she? Two tears later, Isla's most prized possession, her mother's necklace, appears on Roland Dunbar's doorstep. Is it a cruel hoax, or could his daughter still be alive?
The investigations are heating up and so is the romance. A woman is missing, one of their own is kidnapped, and a young girl is sold into prostitution. Slater and Maggie take on organized crime to put an end to the trafficking of girls on the Florida coast and finally stop the man that killed Slater's best friend.
A cold case of nearly three decades has kept Sam Strode in the dark. He promised a Jane Doe he would find her identity and make sure her killer was brought to justice. It never happened. Today, his daughter, Kim, works an eerily similar murder. As the investigation progresses, it becomes more apparent there are paranormal forces at work. Kim enlists the help of Project Specter, a secret organization with the purpose of protecting the world from darkness, to help solve the case.
Gutter Medicine: Twenty-Six Years as a Firefighter Paramedic
Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 29 Min.
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My career as a firefighter/paramedic stretched from 1974 to 2000 when were inventing EMS as we went along. These are stories from those years on the street. That place I named so long ago, the other reality that exists just outside most people’s everyday lives. It is a place that seems to exist parallel to the normal workaday existence: yet it is only a car accident or cardiac away for any of us. It manifested itself in brushfires, house fires, shootings, stabbings, hangings, accidents with injuries, cardiacs, codes, drownings, and a thousand other emergencies.
The Mid-Metro Bridge is known by just one moniker nowadays: The Bridge. And everyone knows it. It's the place where people go to jump. But the Mayor has other ideas. Will it be enough? Or will it be too much?
A class trip gone wrong.It began as just a normal trip abroad with some friends. But, in a foreign country, with no idea how things work, Steve makes a mistake that has dire consequences.Justin Johnson is an Amazon.com best-selling author. This is the eighth story in his new project, Ten Thousand Words or Less!
A future America has become a horrific place, all in the name of creating the perfect society. Mass graves and interviewing for your life have become the norm, and one man is coming to grips with the implications of his silence in the face of evil.
Rose has loved Quinn since she first set eyes on him at age 15. A tragedy causes him to spiral out of control and use saloon women and drinking to forget. She knows she can save him by tricking him into marrying her. Misfortune leaves Quinn grieving. He turns away from family, friends, and good, clean Christian living. Rose's trick works, but there would be consequences to pay because Quinn refuses to consummate the marriage.
When Mr. Anders decides to take his wife off of life support, he must find a way to cope with her loss and face the remainder of his days without her. A powerful tale of love and loss, this story is ideal for those who are taking their first steps into the dark....
Jesse's best friend, Leslie, has just died. She fell out of a tree and drowned in the stream below. How can Jesse begin to wrap his head around what's happened and start to pick up the pieces of his broken heart?