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The Bloodbath Ritual (An Alex Hollick FBI Thriller, Book 1)
Cardinal Shrine Press, 2014
The Bloodbath Ritual begins a thriller series like nothing else in its genre! The Alex Hollick FBI Series takes readers into an underworld of secretive agendas and a troubled agent caught between love, morality and survival. This exciting, gripping and original thriller series combines murder mystery, saga, love story, and conspiracy thriller into one satisfyingly complex and entertainingly atmospheric story. What readers are saying ...
Pinnacle Books, 2009
They Knew He Was Out There He took his time. He watched his victims and chose carefully. Then he struck--each attack more brutal than the last. By the time detectives arrived, all they found were gruesome crime scenes of bloodied, brutalized bodies. . . They Knew He Would Strike Again For more than ten years in South Louisiana the killings went on. Task forces were formed. The killer even spent time in jail. But that wouldn't stop the ...
The Rzhev Slaughterhouse: The Red Army's Forgotten 15-month Campaign against Army Group Center, 1942-1943
Helion and Company
Historians consider the Battle of Rzhev "one of the bloodiest in the history of the Great Patriotic War" and "Zhukov's greatest defeat". Veterans called this colossal battle, which continued for a total of 15 months, "the Rzhev slaughterhouse" or "the Massacre", while the German generals named this city "the cornerstone of the Eastern Front" and "the gateway to Berlin". By their territorial scale, number of participating troops, length and ...
Party Monster: A Fabulous But True Tale of Murder in Clubland
James St. James
Simon & Schuster
When Party Monster was first published, it created a storm of controversy for its startlingly vivid, strikingly fresh, and outrageous depiction of the hedonistic world of the 90s New York City club kids, for whom nothing was too outré—including murder. Nominated for the Edgar Award for best true-crime book of the year, it also marked the debut of an audaciously talented writer, James St. James, who himself had been a club kid and close ...
Blood Bath (Seven Jack Nightingale Short Stories)
, ..., 2014
Supernatural detective Jack Nightingale is called in to investigate a series of bloody deaths in a struggling hotel. Blood Bath is a short story written by bestselling author Stephen Leather, accompanied by six more short stories written by fans inspired by the cover and title.
Dark is a psychological horror which tells a tale of a writer named Brian Walker and his wife Vanessa Walker. The couple make a business/vacation to the Canadian Countryside. On the way to their new holiday home they meet the locals in a bar near the area they are staying in. They explain about the darkness in the area and an old wise local tells a tale of a young man who was imprisoned by his parents in the new home they will be staying in. ...
The Bellingham Bloodbath (A Colin Pendragon Mystery Book 2)
Kensington Books, 2014
Colin Pendragon's reputation as a brilliant detective is undisputed in Victorian London. But when murder strikes inside the closed ranks of Her Majesty's Guard, he must penetrate a wall of silence and secrecy to discover the dark truth. . . After a captain in Her Majesty's Guard and his young wife are brutally murdered in their flat, master sleuth Colin Pendragon and his partner Ethan Pruitt are summoned to Buckingham Palace. Major Hampstead ...
American Library Association “Best Books for Young Adults” American Library Association “Quick Picks for Young Adults” Martin Anderson and his friends don’t like being called losers. But they’ve been called that for so long even they start to believe it. Until Martin makes an incredible discovery: each of his friends has a special hidden talent. Edgeview Alternative School was supposed to be end of the road. But for Martin and ...
The Trailsman #388: Borderland Bloodbath
ALTERED STATES After an explosion on the U.S.–Mexico border almost blows him out of his boots, Skye Fargo goes up against a ruthless robber baron’s agent who is planting charges to change the course of the Rio Grande so he can grab valuable mining land on the Mexican side of the border. But any way the river runs, the Trailsman is riding straight into trouble.…
Bubble in the Bathtub (Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder)
The Fart Powder was such a successful invention that Doctor Proctor, Nilly, and Lisa couldn’t stop there. Next up: a time-travelling bathtub. You just hop in, lather up the Time Soap, and wish for where you’d like to go. Doctor Proctor has plans for this new invention. You see, he lost his true love years ago, when Juliette Margarine married an evil count. The good Doctor has never quite gotten over this, and he's going back to change it. ...
Mudbath & Bloodbath: The Inside Story of the Bears-Packers Rivalry
Beach Blanket Bloodbath (Amanda Feral)
Zombie socialite, Amanda Feral, and her undead friends, Wendy and Gil, shamble into an idyllic seaside village for an event promoting Amanda's memoir, HAPPY HOUR OF THE DAMNED and, as usual, to get some rest, relaxation and consume cute coastal townsfolk. As is their unique luck, plans are derailed when they become embroiled in a gory mystery at the Miss Sand Flea Pageant. Beset with perky, sinister go-go dancers, the inevitable hot wereshark ...
Bloodbath: Blood Treachery (White Apache Double Edition)
Leisure Books (Mm)
During a bloody raid into Mexico, Taggart finds himself the target of some of his own renegade men in Bloodbath, while in Blood Treachery, Taggart and his wild Apaches cope with deception and betrayal. Original."
Bloodbath (A Tim Holt Adventure Book 1)
A neo-noir pulp thriller -- short, violent, dirty and cheap. Tim Holt is a battle-scarred vet, now a soldier of fortune working the darker byways of Latin America in 1954. When a job in Guatemala goes way wrong he's thrown together with a beautiful young woman who, like him, is bent on revenge -- but the cost of it is going to be higher than either of them could possibly imagine. "A seriously done and well done pulp novel -- it's a good ...
Confederate Alamo: Bloodbath at Petersburgs Fort Gregg on April 2, 1865
John J. Fox
Angle Valley Press
Robert E. Lee faced the most monumental crisis of his military career on the morning of April 2, 1865. By sunrise that morning, the Union 6th Corps had punched a huge hole in Lee's outer line, southwest of Petersburg. He needed time for reinforcements to arrive from Richmond, but how could his depleted army buy that time? Amidst overwhelming odds, this suicide mission fell to a handful of Confederates who made a desperate last stand at Fort ...
The Washington Connection and Third World Fascism (The Political Economy of Human Rights - Volume I)
South End Press
Analyzes the forces that shape U.S. policy in Latin America, Asia, and Africa, as well as the role of the media in misreporting these policies and their motives.
Black and Blue and Blood
Lightning Strike Press, 2014
"Black and Blue and Blood" is William Markly O'Neal's second collection of horror stories. ("FISHING in BRAINS for an EYE with TEETH" was the first.) Included in this collection are four short stories, three novelettes, and a poem. 'The Black and Blue Wasteland' was originally published in issue #13 of 'Cover of Darkness' from Sam's Dot Publishing. A young man discovers he has the power to banish his enemies off the face of the Earth... an ...
Blood Bath & Beyond: An Immortality Bites Mystery
Sarah Dearly is adjusting to life as a fledgling vampire, satisfying her cravings at vampire-friendly blood banks. But when her fiancé Thierry takes a job with the Ring—the secret council in charge of keeping vampires in line—Sarah’s about to get more than a taste of danger… Being engaged to a centuries-old master vampire can be challenging—especially when he takes a job with the Ring. Thierry’s in for fifty years of nonstop ...
Tours of Vietnam: War, Travel Guides, and Memory (American Encounters/Global Interactions)
Duke University Press Books
In Tours of Vietnam , Scott Laderman demonstrates how tourist literature has shaped Americans’ understanding of Vietnam and projections of United States power since the mid-twentieth century. Laderman analyzes portrayals of Vietnam’s land, history, culture, economy, and people in travel narratives, U.S. military guides, and tourist guidebooks, pamphlets, and brochures. Whether implying that Vietnamese women were in need of saving by ...
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre: The Untold Story of the Gangland Bloodbath That Brought Down Al Capone
William J Helmer
Arthur J Bilek
Cumberland House Publishing
The machine-gun murders of seven men on the morning of February 14, 1929, by killers dressed as cops became the gangland crime of the century."" Or so the story went. Since then it has been featured in countless histories, biographies, movies, and television specials. 'The St. Valentine's Day Massacre, ' however, is the first book-length treatment of the subject, and it challenges the commonly held assumption that Al Capone ordered the slayings ...
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