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From the New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls and The Perfect Stranger comes a captivating thriller about two teens who connect when each discovers a mysterious radio frequency, which suggests their family tragedies are mysteriously connected. After surviving an infamous family tragedy, sixteen-year-old Kennedy Jones has made it her mission to keep her brother's search through the cosmos alive. But then something disturbs the frequency on his radio telescope--a pattern registering where no signal should transmit. In a neighboring county, seventeen-year-old Nolan Chandler is determined to find out what really happened to his brother, who disappeared the day after Nolan had an eerie premonition. There hasn't been a single lead for two years, until Nolan picks up an odd signal--a pattern coming from his brother's bedroom. Drawn together by these strange signals--and their family tragedies--Kennedy and Nolan search for the origin of the mysterious frequency. But the more they uncover, the more they believe that everything's connected--even their pasts--as it appears the signal is meant for them alone, sharing a message that only they can understand. Is something coming for them? Or is the frequency warning them about something that's already here?
With her Jewish heritage forced into secrecy, Evelyn Sherwood lives a life of anger, bitterness and guilt behind an emotional fortress too thick for human intervention. A widow with a teenaged daughter, Evelyn has resigned herself to a self-inflicted isolation leaving her vulnerable to the sinister voice of the enemy who constantly reinforces her regret and shame. Having repeatedly rejected the prompting of her late husband to turn to the One who could provide the same peace he had found, Evelyn is now forced to live her life knowing it is too late to tell her husband her buried secrets and her reasons for rejecting his God. Come Find Me is a compelling story typifying the lives of those who, like Evelyn, may be struggling with a life void of hope and peace. As the events in Evelyn Sherwood's life unravel, readers are left wondering if they would have done things differently. Would they have been stronger? Would they have dealt with the truth sooner? Perhaps they may even wonder what could be holding them back from enjoying the life of abundance and joy God intends for them to live.
Gripping, tense, twisty and full of emotional insight, COME AND FIND ME is Sarah Hilary's Marnie Rome 5 book, for fans of Mick Herron or Clare Mackintosh. 'Hilary belts out a corker of a story, all wrapped up in her vivid, effortless prose. If you're not reading this series of London-set police procedurals then you need to start right away' Observer On the surface, Lara Chorley and Ruth Hull have nothing in common, other than their infatuation with Michael Vokey. Each is writing to a sadistic inmate, sharing her secrets, whispering her worst fears, craving his attention. DI Marnie Rome understands obsession. She's finding it hard to give up her own addiction to a dangerous man: her foster brother, Stephen Keele. She wasn't able to save her parents from Stephen. She lives with that guilt every day. As the hunt for Vokey gathers pace, Marnie fears one of the women may have found him - and is about to pay the ultimate price.
“It takes a lot of chutzpah for a book reviewer to write books of her own….But Hallie Ephron…can hold her head high: She does it, and very well, too.” —Seattle Times A recluse who works and lives online must brave the “real world” when her sister goes missing in Come and Find Me—a gripping and ingenious novel of mystery and psychological suspense from Hallie Ephron, author of Never Tell a Lie. Writing about her sensational debut, USA Today noted, “You can imagine Hitchcock curling up with this one.” Aficionados of Rear Window, Vertigo, and North by Northwest—as well as the many fans of Harlan Coben and Mary Higgins Clark—will get a similar charge from Come and Find Me.
In the tradition of the greatest love stories of our time, COME FIND ME tells a poignant tale of how true love can survive time and war, and push people to confront unthinkable choices. At twenty-six, Jessica Wilson believes her future is laid out. Her father and brother-in-law both died in war, and now she's helping to care for her mother and her sister's children. She's also managing a wildlife rescue center in the Georgia mountains, where she met her wealthy Canadian fiance, Blake McCormack, a rancher. Everything seems perfect. So why is it that she breaks into a sweat whenever she pictures Blake announcing their engagement at his parent's annual rodeo? Jessica is doing a good job of ignoring her doubts until Mark Fripp, the boy she fell in love with ten years ago, shows up on his motorcycle to fulfill his mother's dying wish. What really happened when he disappeared from her life? What secret is he hiding for fear that she won't accept him for who he is? And will she still be able to move forward with the life she has planned, even after she knows the truth?
Elizabeth Robins (1862-1952) was an American actress, playwright, novelist, and suffragist. In 1885, she married actor George Richmond Parks. Although her husband struggled to get parts, her own acting career gained momentum and she was soon in great demand. Approaching the age of 40, Robins realized her income from acting was not stable enough to carry her through her later years. An able writer, she turned to the pen, publishing a number of well-received novels under the pseudonym C. E. Raimond. She became a member of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies and Women's Social and Political Union. She remained a strong advocate of women's rights and used her gifts as a public speaker and writer on behalf of the cause. Her works include: Below the Salt (1896), The Open Question: A Tale of Two Temperaments (1898), Votes for Women: A Play in Three Acts (1906), The Convert (1907), Under the Southern Cross (1907), The Mills of the Gods (1908), Way Stations (1913), My Little Sister (1913), Camilla (1918), The Messenger (1919) and Theatre and Friendship (1932).
Original poetry, written by Audrey Hopgood, describing times of love, pain, forgiveness and truth. An inside look into her introspective journey through life. Truer Words is a product of every personal experience resulting in a lesson learned or truth found therein.

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