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Cain Tsuji is a voyeur and a liar--he watches you, lies to to you, and knows all of your dirty little habits, and if you were a wealthy Manhattanite, you would be paying him very well to do so. In The Residences on Wall Street: A Concierge's Tale, Cain takes us behind the gilded doors of an exclusive Wall Street address and introduces us to the unfathomable scandal and excess of its ultra-wealthy occupants. Cain's position as a concierge gives him unprecedented access to the often off-kilter residents of the building, and he invites us into his psyche as he explores this unique unilateral relationship--one in which he learns the tenants' secrets without them ever getting to know him. However, Cain's peaceful routine is shattered when he receives an unmarked letter that could lead to the truth about his brother's suicide, and suddenly finds himself on the other side of the looking glass.
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Running into her head-over-heels first love during a week’s holiday in Mallorca with her spirited friend Lou was not what Samantha Hillcrest had planned. When sparks fly on the idyllic Mediterranean island she wonders how she’ll be able to return home to her husband and grown-up children, pretending her life hasn’t been turned upside down. Caught between family commitments and the red-hot, sizzling chemistry she shares with Gabriel—her love from twenty-five years ago—Samantha faces an impossibly heart-breaking choice.
A stand-alone novel, Worth Remembering is the first story in the English Rose series which follows a group of authentic English women on their complicated romantic journeys.
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After witnessing a brutal attack, aspiring young pastor Jacob Carmichael is troubled by why there is so much evil in the world. His journey of self discovery takes him out of the comfort of his small town in South Carolina to Gulf Coast City, Florida. He soon finds himself in a world of human trafficking and deception that he can not escape. In order to find peace and happiness, he must find a way to help the victims while he struggles to maintain his own faith, sanity and sobriety.
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1970s America. A beautiful atheist activist is savagely murdered in her home.
Rice Channon, called the Ratcatcher by local law enforcement, is a police reporter who’s helped authorities find killers before. The cops say he has a unique gift for sniffing out the bad guys. Soon he's an unofficial part of the murder investigation.
Not everyone is happy about it. Not the chief of police. Not the mayor. Not Rice’s editor. Rice runs head-on into a world of faithless clergy, government corruption, embezzlement, drugs, and urban riots.
All the while, the spirit of the dead woman seems to be trying to tell him something. Or is it all in his head?
Racial tensions are rising. The city feels ready to burst into flame. And the murderer is probably not one of the usual suspects. Angry cops. Hired killers. Embezzlers. And an ex-girlfriend Rice just can’t let go.
If he’s lucky, his job is the only thing he’ll lose.
Ratcatcher, Be Still. A new paranormal mystery series by multiple B.R.A.G. Medallion awardee, Dennis Anthony.
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Here's what other reviewers said:Nya Rawlins: "A train wreck, roadkill you can’t turn away from… dissection and resection… Max vs Crane is a tour de force of sensual transgression."
The Blogger Girls: "It is one heck of a jam-packed exciting ride."
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Fresh out of school, Dr. Crane takes on a new patient who both intrigues and unnerves him. Charming, manipulative, and amoral, Max has exactly the sort of mind Crane finds himself drawn to with fictional characters.
As Max weaves himself into Crane's life, Crane realizes that while fiction might be safe, Max certainly is not.
When the professional line between them thins, who gets to define where one man ends and the other begins?
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The debut novel from Rush Leaming.
From Midwest Book Review, D. Donovan: "Don't Go, Ramanya is thriller reading at its best, cementing a turbulent political atmosphere with an overlay of diverse and realistic human concerns and endeavors that border on the extraordinary. Genre fans who seek atmosphere and description in their reads will find that Leaming doesn't sacrifice either psychological depth or evocative setting for the sake of fast-paced action, winding all into an emotionally and socially charged saga that's hard to put down."
From The BookLife Prize in Fiction: "Leaming's fast-paced novel hits many strong notes as it follows British priest Father Bob, American ex-pat Michael Shaw, and Burmese rebel Ramanya from Bangkok to the border to smuggle Ramanya back into the country. The sense of place created by the author is excellent throughout... "
Three men running from secrets and tragedies in their past. Four tense days in and around Bangkok. A taut literary thriller that you won't soon forget.
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