Description : This sequel to The Other Cheek is a previously unknown book narrated by ParkerÕs wife, Doris. In it Parker is hired by a woman to find her kidnapped son. Realizing that his new client is misleading him Parker tries to find out why and this sends him back to a case that involved a potentially valuable missing artifact. Suddenly having to again deal with Neo-Nazis, Parker is also dragged into a cold case murder, mysterious groups of changing alliances willing to do anything to obtain the artifact, and the shocking reason the boy was abducted. Trying to protect JP, Doris also keeps a secret inadvertently endangering those she loves. Meanwhile, ParkerÕs 21st Century writing partner, Freddy, and his girlfriend, Sandra, are getting serious. However, before he can propose, Freddy gets disturbing news from a former girlfriend. How are all these events related?
Description : Traces the murder of Whidbey Island resident Russ Douglas, who after spending Christmas with his estranged wife and children in 2003 was murdered and whose death implicated several suspects, including an aging beauty queen and her boyfriend.
Description : When Linda leaves town for business, her son Billy is left to house-sit. He doesn't stay alone for long, though - Linda soon returns, thanks to a flawless latex mask and Billy's mastery of disguise. Now Billy has an entire week to spend alone, masquerading as his mature, sexy mother... what could possibly go wrong? Practice to Deceive is an erotic transgender novel featuring crossdressing, masks, disguise, impersonation and deception from Ghostly Writer, a 10-year veteran of the 'mask fiction' subgenre. If you have ever wanted to become someone else... if you have ever wondered what your life would be like with another face... if the idea of impersonating another has ever excited you... Practice to Deceive will not disappoint. Features male to female crossdressing, impersonation, extensive disguises and sexual situations.
Description : The gruesome discovery of several dead bodies on the moor sparks a police investigation and a heavy media presence in the remote North Yorkshire Village of Chellingford. When Adrian Brooks shows up at Jessica Scanlon's cottage, however, it is with another line of enquiry in mind. His sister, Laura, has disappeared, and he thinks watercolour artist Jessica might be able to help him find her. Jessica's friend Etta has also gone missing, and when she is called upon to identify of the bodies discovered by the police, she confirms that it is Etta. But Jessica's landlady Mildred seems to have other ideas. A mysterious suicide, an elaborate insurance scam and the arrival of nosy true crime writer Diana Wishart create further layers of intrigue that lead to a thrilling denouement.
Description : A real estate scam tips Holland Taylor off to a widespread, deadly conspiracy. When a drunk driver kills her entire family, Florida retiree Irene Gustafson is left rich and alone. Between savings and life insurance, the death of her son and his family leaves her with nearly $300,000 -- a veritable fortune in a community where most live off social security. Following the advice of Ann Landers, Mrs. Gustafson hands the money over to an investment manager. The returns are steady until he starts investing in Willow Tree, a low-income housing development on the fringes of the Twin Cities. The money vanishes, and Mrs. Gustafson is destitute. That's where Holland Taylor, Minneapolis private detective, comes in. His recently retired parents are Mrs. Gustafson's neighbors, and they want Taylor to recover the old lady's money. It seems impossible, but as he investigates Willow Tree he finds a twisted real-estate conspiracy with deep roots in city politics -- and a vicious killer hired to protect the secret.
Description : In 1984, Bill Prewitt, a well-liked business owner, was murdered. Would the suspicion fall on his wife Patty, his high school sweetheart and mother of his five children? What about the mysterious white car parked in the area? It was the prosecuting attorney's job to figure this out, with most of the small town and half the county against him. Based on the true events of Bill Prewitt's murder.
Description : It is 1746. Bonnie Prince Charlie's rebellion has been crushed, and his loyal followers, bound to recover a vast missing treasure, flee murderous soldiers and bounty hunters across strife-torn England. And in the center of this violent storm, the lovely Penelope Montgomery lives a virtual prisoner of her scheming uncle and his cruel wife. She knows nothing of their cold plot to make her innocence a gift to Captain Rolan Otton, whose startling handsomeness barely conceals a ruthless villainy. She dreams only of Quentin Chandler–-the man who won her love in childhood, who now claims the awakening passions of her womanhood. And soon destiny will surprise them both as they are reunited in a desperate flight to restore the missing treasure, bring honor back to England, and savor at last the sweet rewards of their longing, loving hearts.
Description : Much to her surprise and relief, smart lawyer-sleuth Annie MacPherson is being wooed by Seattle's most eminent law firm and its most renown partner. But when she enters the rich and hushed halls of Kemble, Laughton, Mercer, and Duff, she discovers office politics isn't a game, it's a deadly obsession. And everyone is a player. Annie hasn't even cut through the paperwork when top partner Gordon Barclay's secretary and not-so-secret lover kills herself. The dead woman's sister refuses to believe appearances, and wants Annie, so far unseduced by Barclay's legendary charms, to investigate the high and mighty machinations of Seattle's most feared litigator. Things heat up when a sniper targets Annie--just as a shocking glimpse into her family's past blows her life wide open. Soon Annie finds herself caught in a destructive web of love, lies, and murder that only her sharp insight and fierce intelligence can unravel. The second in the Annie MacPherson mystery series, which began with Sea of Troubles.