When a mysterious illness begins to sweep through Noctem Falls affecting the children, Eleanor Kimball is called to the city to see if she can determine what is wrong. As a pediatrician Eleanor loves children and desires many of her own, however, after several dating disasters she has not only sworn off men, but has given up her dream of a family, and the promise of a destined mate. After discovering Grant in Noctem Falls she is faced with her own insecurities and finds it hard to believe in his love. Grant Douglas is a man of few words and doesn't do well surrounded by others. He is scared to death of finding a mate. He believes the harshness of his past, where he struggled to survive, didn't cultivate a gentle heart. After a series of terrifying nightmares where his mate is at risk, Grant has decided he doesn't want a mate at all. When he meets Ellie, he realizes there are some things worth fighting for. Even if it means putting himself out there by becoming the Alpha he was born to be and facing the power he desperately tries to hide. As Ellie starts to believe in Grant's love it will take every ounce their combined strength to discover why the shifter children are suddenly falling ill before it's too late.
Now a Werewolf Defender, Jerrica must find her way into what she’s become and overcome fears she didn’t expect. Being changed into a Werewolf Defender opened a whole new world to Jerrica—one she hopes to explore with her mate, Calan. Now able to take on her wolf Defender form and end zombies with her teeth and claws, she should have no fear of the creatures who have pretty much taken over. At least, that’s what she thinks. But her experience with having been bitten and almost turned into an undead has left a scar she hadn’t counted on. She freezes when confronted with a zombie, and she can’t shake it. While she is trying to learn about her new life and all it entails, Jerrica finds that everything continues to change—and not for the better. But going it alone is not an option.
Author: John Browne
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Release Date: 2016-08-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
In the tradition of bestselling legal memoirs from Johnnie Cochran, F. Lee Bailey, Gerry Spence, and Alan Dershowitz, John Henry Browne's memoir, The Devil's Defender, recounts his tortuous education in what it means to be an advocate—and a human being. For the last four decades, Browne has defended the indefensible. From Facebook folk hero "the Barefoot Bandit" Colton Moore, to Benjamin Ng of the Wah Mee massacre, to Kandahar massacre culprit Sgt. Robert Bales, Browne's unceasing advocacy and the daring to take on some of the most unwinnable cases—and nearly win them all—has led 48 Hours' Peter Van Sant to call him "the most famous lawyer in America." But although the Browne that America has come to know cuts a dashing and confident figure, he has forever been haunted by his job as counsel to Ted Bundy, the most famous serial killer in American history. A drug- and alcohol-addicted (yet wildly successful) defense attorney who could never let go of the case that started it all, Browne here asks of himself the question others have asked him all along: does defending evil make you evil, too?
Author: Robert Collins
Publisher: Robert Collins
Release Date: 2018-03-27
Allan began life poor, and knowing that magic was the stuff of ancient legends. One day he discovers that the magic never went away, and that he has the gift of using magic. He decides to fight injustice as The Defender, and fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. His wife Nancy joins him as The Moon Spirit. Although she can’t cast spells, she can fight and use the enchanted equipment Allan crafts. This volume contains Defender stories 31 to 35. Also included are four novellas set in the same world. Two take place in the Witch Lands, and two take place in the distant past, when magic was in decline.
Jesus demonstrated true love for man by denying Himself. God wants us to be conformed to the image of Christ. The Love Defender is a call to the Christian couple to travel together the journey of selfless love. The vow, “For better or for worse; for richer or poorer, until death do us part,” is a lifelong commitment not to be taken lightly. Our Lord wants married couples to take their vows seriously. Marriage builds the family and ultimately, our world. The Love Defender is a collection of God’s blueprints given to the body of Christ for the keeping of our marriages. God wants His people to avert divorce and live happily in their marriage. A joyful marriage is possible, but the decision is ours.
The sizzling first book in the DarkOps Defenders series. When a USO boat goes down in flames, pilot JimmyGage pulls a scantily clad Chloe Nelson out of sharkfilledwaters. Chloe isn’t looking for a jet-jock to beher bodyguard—until she finds herself side by sidewith Gage on a dangerous mission.
Legendary Canadien and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Larry Robinson takes readers rink-side in this highly anticipated and poignantly told memoir. Larry Robinson spent 20 seasons playing in the NHL -- seventeen with the Montreal Canadiens and retiring from the game after his final 3 seasons with the LA Kings. His great size gave his teams an incredible presence on the blue line and a tremendous defender in front of their net. But he was more than just big. He was agile, he could score and he played a style that provided both offensive and defensive strengths. For his effort, Robinson was twice recognized as the NHL's top defencemen and his contribution helped the Canadiens win the Stanley Cup six times during his tenure with the team. Never afraid to drop his gloves and play a physical game, Robinson is and will forever be regarded as one of the NHL's greatest defencemen. In The Great Defender, Robinson relives his road to the NHL and the unexpected NHL journey that has lasted over 4 decades. He has enjoyed the good fortune of playing with greats, including Ken Dryden and Guy Lafleur to coaching the greatest of all--Wayne Gretzky. His successes as a player and coach are well-documented and in his memoir, hockey fans will now enjoy the opportunity to experience the odyssey of this legendary player as seen through his eyes, lived through his emotions, and told through his voice. Robinson's story is one of triumph and will leave readers cheering for the man fondly nicknamed "Big Bird." In the process of writing this book, bestselling sports writer Kevin Shea interviewed many of Robinson's teammates, colleagues, players and family members and spent countless hours with Larry himself to capture a fascinating picture of one of hockey's greatest careers.
Nothing ever goes Raymond Scott’s way, and it seems that everything that can go wrong with him does. But he must go on—even though anger often consumes him with such ferocity that he fears a beast is emerging. Raymond must be his own defender. With the help of his court-ordered sessions with psychiatrist Dr. Swatlosky, Raymond attempts to dissect all the reasons why he loses control on so many occasions—including the most recent incident, in which he assaulted a police officer who pulled him over. Raymond’s biggest fear is that he will be committed, so he carefully screens everything he admits to his psychiatrist. But the beast that lives within him is telling him something else—to kill, mutilate, and destroy his adversaries. Now Raymond must decide if Dr. Swatlosky is a friend or foe and whether the drugs prescribed for him are causing more harm than good. Raymond knows the whole world is watching his every move—listening, judging, and mocking him. But Raymond has no idea he is about to receive the shock of a lifetime. And no one is left to protect him, but him. BOOK TRAILER VIDEOS http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7740505/349236%20trailer.zip> http://youtube.com/watch?v=-nYa37hB_4s>
A TOUGH-AS-NAILS FBI SPECIAL AGENT AND A STUNNING BLONDE ATTORNEY WITH SOMETHING TO PROVE JOIN FORCES IN THE DEFENDER. By all accounts Penny Hennings was the sort of woman FBI special agent Russell Voight went for. Smart, sexy and with just enough sass to keep him honest. Then she went sticking her nose in undercover FBI business. He knew her legal reputation would skyrocket if she won this case. But every move she makes undoes all the work Russell's put into taking down the city's biggest crooks. And the criminals they're after will do anything to avoid the witness stand—including kill. So it's time to pool their resources and collaborate. Even if working together every day takes them late into the night…and into the line of fire.
"Understanding Psalms for Children" originated from the desire to help younger generations comprehend the intense, unconditional, and unfailing love God has for each one of us. Acknowledging the wonders God has done in our lives from an early age will help children nurture their trust, hope, joy, faith, and love in our awesome God! The purpose of paraphrasing the Psalms and writing them in simple terms was not to detract children from reading the original versions but to encourage their assimilation through their comprehension. Activities are included to reinforce the absorption of the psalms. These psalms are recommended to be meditated upon daily, even if the activities have been completed. The intent on this book is to strengthen children's relationship with their most loving God through praise, thanksgiving, and trust.
As a trauma surgeon, Dr. Brenda Storm saves lives every day. But someone wants her dead. It starts with the anonymous delivery of poisoned cupcakes. Now the hospital has hired a bodyguard to protect her 24/7. At first, Brenda doesn't think too-handsome Kyle Martin is right for the job. Then she discovers his harrowing background—and that Kyle will do anything to keep her safe. With every attempt on her life, she's more drawn to the strong and silent man who risks his life for hers. But their growing feelings could put them both in harm's way.
Author: Therese Arista
Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.
Release Date: 2014-09-01
Genre: Family & Relationships
This is not a story of a horrendous crime, nor a totally innocent person convicted. It is the true story, with the names changed, of a mother's journey with her son. Through mental illness, drug addictions, and the judicial system.
Author: Richard M Clements
Publisher: Chipmunkapublishing ltd
Release Date: 2011-06-01
""Obsession with a celebrity - in my case with film director Clive Barker and his associates - is a common psychosis. He was my chimera, my phantom 'them' against whom I went into battle. The story becomes more accessible as the jargon unique to the conflict is introduced. I was stretched almost beyond return but the memoir is resolved with sheltered housing, effective medication, and tears of joy at the turn of 1999 into 2000. I was still alive, after many utter miracles of survival, and the book reaches closure during the first moments of an infant millennium. I have been well ever since."" - Richard M Clements "A brutally-honest diary account of one man's mental illness, this is a bit like the first part of Faulkner's 'The Sound and the Fury' coupled with 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime' and a very bizarre episode of the 'X-Files'. Richard describes his book as a cathartic memoir of his time suffering from schizophrenia, detailing his treatment from eight different hospitals as well as his disjointed grips with reality. It's not an easy book to read by its very nature, but does provide an incredible insight into the very private world of a schizophrenia sufferer. * * * * * " - By By Neil D'Arcy Jones, Colchester Evening Gazette DescriptionNot all schizophrenics are violent. This is a myth that the press would like us to believe, a myth undone by my Richard's example. This book is the culmination of a four-year project written; from the first-person 'unreliable narrator' perspective. It utilizes truth with facts that, however illusory, Richard could not voluntarily create himself. This book documents Richard's adventurous learning curves to psychiatric treatment on nine occasions in eight different hospitals for over twenty-nine months since 1990: as terrible as being locked in an I.C.U for over nine weeks, as exciting as being the saviour of alien planets, and as beautiful as being released from that same I.C.U to walk under trees that were the tallest things he had ever seen under a blue sky that stretched on forever. This is an inspirational and important book for schizophrenia sufferers. It is perhaps unique: a non-academic work that would appeal to academics, an exciting adventure for the sympathetic, and a case-study for mental health professionals to gain a long look into a private world. About the AuthorRichard M Clements is an inspirational author who has survived from acute schizophrenia and now wishes to use his experiences to help others with this disorder. He considers that discussing successful treatment in public is the responsibility for having recovered from illness to those that yet haven't. Richard has written several fictional novels and describes creative writing as the mainstay of his self-esteem, which is vital. Having a book published has been a life changing experience for Richard, of which he is very proud. For many service users it could be said that empowerment begins with pride, that pride is good. Richard would like to use his experience to counsel other sufferers of schizophrenia, particularly those also prescribed Closapine, a medication which has kept him out of hospital and happy for over six years.