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Angela Sayers is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Convinced by her controlling brother to stop taking her medication, Angela’s world unravels just a little more when she discovers she can communicate with the dead. It’s not a welcome revelation. Her dead mother was driven mad by this gift. Eager to capitalize on their mother’s fame as a medium, her brother forces Angela to publically become the unwilling heir apparent. Soon, Sayers’ Medium Services is shamelessly exploiting the fears of the most vulnerable—the elderly, the feeble-minded, the grieving—for obscene profit. Uncertain if her increasingly fragile state of mind is caused by lack of medication, sleep deprivation, or guilt, Angela endures a plague of sleepless nights. If she’s going to have any semblance of a future, she knows she must find a way to confront her own demons—including the fear that it’s all in her head. When they are hired to cleanse an old orphanage that is genuinely haunted, it’s up to Angela to get everyone out alive. But with reality slipping away, can she escape the prison of her mind long enough to save them?
A powerfully moving novel from a three-time Newbery Honor-winning author Evie Thomas is not who she used to be. Once she had a best friend, a happy home and a loving grandmother living nearby. Once her name was Toswiah. Now, everything is different. Her family has been forced to move to a new place and change their identities. But that's not all that has changed. Her once lively father has become depressed and quiet. Her mother leaves teaching behind and clings to a new-found religion. Her only sister is making secret plans to leave. And Evie, struggling to find her way in a new city where kids aren't friendly and the terrain is as unfamiliar as her name, wonders who she is. Jacqueline Woodson weaves a fascinating portrait of a thoughtful young girl's coming of age in a world turned upside down A National Book Award Finalist
Nur im E-Book: Die Jefferson-Winter-Chroniken über die Anfänge des genialen Profilers beim FBI. Die zweite Jefferson-Winter-Chronik. In Florida verbreitet der »Sandmann« Angst und Schrecken: Drei Mütter und ihre kleinen Töchter sind in ihren Wohnungen ermordet worden. Gegen alle Regeln fährt die FBI-Profilerin Yoko Tanaka nach Sarasota, um einen jungen Mann um Hilfe zu bitten, der gerade das College abgeschlossen hat: Jefferson Winter. Sie weiß, wenn es jemanden gibt, der den Sandmann finden kann, bevor dieser die nächsten zwei Opfer tötet, ist es Jefferson. Doch der scheint nicht interessiert ... Die zweite Jefferson-Winter-Chronik: Die Vorgeschichte des genialen Profilers aus ›Broken Dolls‹. James Carol, geboren 1969 in Schottland, hat bereits als Gitarrist, Toningenieur, Journalist und Pferdetrainer gearbeitet. Er lebt mit seiner Familie in Hertfordshire
Deidre Aponte is a beautiful, young, and sexy FBI Special Agent assigned to the Washington, D.C. field office. Between a complicated affair and problems with her alcoholic mother, she thinks life can't get any more difficult—until the daughter of a New York Senator is kidnapped and Deidre is assigned to the case. She goes undercover in New York City and quickly associates herself with three of the city's most notorious female drug dealers, who call themselves the F.A.B. Undercover and alone, Special Agent Aponte finds her strong allegiance to the FBI and the United States government fading fast. With the lines between good and evil blurring, she uncovers facts that thrust her into a race to save her own life. She soon finds out that she, and all the members of the F.A.B, may be bound by tragedy and brought together by fate. Deidre will have to pull out all the stops to prevent herself from getting in too deep.
High school sophomore Nora has always been very cautious in her relationships, but when Patch, who has a dark side she can sense, enrolls at her school, she is mysteriously and strongly drawn to him, despite warnings from her best friend, the school counselor, and her own instincts.
Inside the closed community of Borough Park, where most Chassidim live, the rules of life are very clear, determined by an ancient script written thousands of years before down to the last detail-and abuse has never been a part of it. But when thirteen-year-old Gittel learns of the abuse her best friend has suffered at the hands of her own family member, the adults in her community try to persuade Gittel, and themselves, that nothing happened. Forced to remain silent, Gittel begins to question everything she was raised to believe. A richly detailed and nuanced book, one of both humor and depth, understanding and horror, this story explains a complex world that remains an echo of its past, and illuminates the conflict between yesterday's traditions and today's reality.

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