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Veteran homicide detective Franza Oberwieser prefers her job in the winter. Summer is for growing, not for dying. So when the body of a beautiful young woman is found on the autobahn, dressed in a glittering party dress and bathed in June rain, Franza is determined to give her justice. Revealing victims' hidden lives is part of the job, but as Franza and her partner, Felix, peel back the layers shrouding the girl's disturbing past, darker mysteries emerge. Everyone has something to hide--even Franza, who must face her own secrets to reveal the truth.
Gertrud and her foster sister, Hanna, used to be inseparable. But as the years pass, Hanna becomes the beautiful one while Gertrud remains plain. Their once unbreakable bond is strained by jealousy--until Gertrud is brutally murdered and Hanna disappears without a trace. When uncompromising homicide detective Franza Oberwieser picks up the women's eerie cases, she begins to pull back the veils over their shared history. Each layer reveals a new and more disturbing truth. Everyone in the family is holding their secrets close, and the deeper Franza digs, the darker they appear. With a mysterious man following her every move--and the nagging distraction of her own recent heartache--can Franza uncover the sisters' fate before the case turns cold?
In the final days of World War II, an Irish soldier discovers a cache of artifacts in an Austrian cave that threatens to expose long-buried secrets that threaten the very foundations of the Catholic Church -- secrets that prove the Druids of Ireland did not die out; they were systematically exterminated in cold blood. However, the truth stays buried within the walls of the soldier's home for another fifty years before it is brought to light by his son, a modern-day proponent of the Druids' enlightened, pacifist culture.Armed with the evidence and the conviction to expose the Church's conspiracy, the soldier's son, a Supreme Court justice, forms an unlikely alliance with a healer, a linguist, and a Boston attorney to bring the Vatican to trial. As the action races from the corridors of the White House and the United States Supreme Court to Dublin's halls of academia and the secretive back passages in Rome, the Church will stop at nothing to silence the voices of the past.
An architect has been found dead in Florida from a gunshot wound. The deputy who investigated the case says it was self-inflicted but detective Greg McKenzie thinks otherwise. He finds plans missing, an obstinate contractor, a too-slick developer and an angry inspector. It all points to murder.
When Giulietta Battin, ballet dancer at the Staatsoper Berlin, tries to find out about tango music, her whole life changes. A passionate love affair with the Argentinean Tango dancer Damian Alsina soon turns into a nightmare.
When assassin Tomislav Bokšić, or Toxic, kills the wrong person in a botched assassination, he flees to Iceland and is forced to come to terms with his bloody past and reevaluate his future in a country with no tradition of contract killing.
Charlotte's life is changed forever when her parents' marriage breaks up, and Charlotte has to leave her beloved house and her old life behind. Then two very different boys cross her path, and a new emotion creeps into her sadness and anger -- an emotion that is both confusing and sweet. Charlotte falls in love with Carlo, tries to stay friends with tough-guy Sulzer and faces the jealousy of the cool-girl clique at school. As she watches her parents cope, sometimes haplessly, with changes in their own personal lives, and as she deals with a new baby brother, a potential stepfather and unexpected house moves, she realizes that love is a messy and risky business. If grownups can make such a hash of it, how on earth can a fifteen-year-old cope? But Charlotte does cope, magnificently, as she tries to figure out how to be a big sister, a daughter, a friend, a good person. And in the end she finds the courage to take responsibility for her own actions, and sets off to be with the boy she loves. Set in a small town on the Austrian Danube, this is a familiar story that will touch a chord with every teenager, yet it is told with refreshing emotional honesty. Devoid of the judgment, sentimentality, sitcom snark or sexual precociousness that define so many North American young adult novels about first love, this story shows a strong, open, curious girl stumbling and prevailing as she figures out how to turn away from the noise of other people's expectations, and listen to her own heart.

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