Feed the Mountain

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Gillian and Anna are young sisters raised by a single mother. Once close, they find themselves slowly drifting apart as time and distance begin to pull them in different directions. In an effort to come together one last time, the two girls and their friends take a road trip to the mountain community of Doe Pass, where they intersect with a ritualistic cult that pulls them deep inside the Mountain. Anna manages a narrow escape only to face impending death on the mountainside as she is ravaged by the elements. Lenard, an elderly recluse who lives on the mountain, finds…

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Let’s Kidnap Me (Kindle Edition) by Kyle Guillou

Let's-Kidnap-Me

Reading books is a pleasant way to spend your free time. But some books are boring, others are too long, and there is always a danger of falling asleep before you reach the end. This won’t happen with Let’s Kidnap Me. If you’re looking for something to alleviate your boredom, then Let’s Kidnap Me is an interesting read. This book is filled with twists to make you want to curl up in bed with a cup of tea and forget about the day’s fatigue. Let’s Kidnap Me is now available to buy on Amazon in Kindle Edition. Let’s Kidnap Me…

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Blood Brothers: Family Secrets Book One

Blood Brothers

Sarah’s husband is dying and she is desperate to find a stem cell donor to save his life. After learning Michael has a half-brother currently in prison for murder, she pays him a visit and makes a deal with him. He saves her husband’s life, but she isn’t prepared for the consequences of her actions. She quickly learns that her husband isn’t the only one in the family keeping secrets. Nothing can prepare her for what she discovers and how it affects the lives of the people she loves. Get Now eBook Product Details Author: Donna Picerno Kindle Price: $2.99…

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Black and White (Vol.1 of The Mandela Effect Trilogy) Free Book

Ever wondered about how it would be to go back in time and change history? The satirical novel, The Mandela Effect, gives an insight into how a Rainbow Nation South Africa of 2010 celebrated the hosting of the FIFA 2010 World Cup. Of course, it wasn’t always like that. When a gas pipe blast in a local restaurant takes law student Lindiwe Buthelezi out of her comfort zone and back to the year 1987 when apartheid (racial segregation) was at its worst, she soon realises the important role that she has to play in following in her late mother’s footsteps….

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A Dangerous Obsession: A Mollie Fenwick Mystery (Mollie Fenwick Mysteries Book 2)

A Dangerous Obsession

Determined to avoid problems because of being psychic, Mollie tells Detective Bartholomew about her vision of a kidnapping. Because she has no details, he can’t investigate and Mollie sets out to get those details herself. Discovering the kidnapping site is in front of a martial arts studio, she signs up for a class, only to get entangled in the middle of a murder mystery and once again become a target of a killer. Desperate to find the kidnapping victim and to learn the identity of her would-be killer, she again enlists the help of Lt. Bartholomew and Jack Wolf, the…

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Blood Virus: A Pandemic by Design Kindle Edition

Thousands are dying and many more sickened as an unknown virus runs rampant through Western Africa. Its victims experience a violent death within a few days of exposure, so the CDC jumps in before the virus can become a global pandemic. They send their best man, Dr. Lennox Richards of the Epidemic Intelligence Service, to ground zero in Benin. Lennox heads up an international team of top specialists with the intent of identifying and possibly developing a vaccine to halt the virus’s progress. However, there’s a problematic variable: the virus is ethno-specific, killing only blacks and leaving others with nothing…

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All the Pretty Faces (Graveyard Falls Book 2) Review

Josie DuKane is on shaky ground. Having narrowly escaped the notorious Bride Killer, she penned a tell-all memoir that dug up a town’s dark past. Now the book is being made into a movie, and Josie must visit the very place that will trigger an avalanche of unwanted memories—Graveyard Falls. On the heels of her arrival, she receives a gruesome photograph of a dead woman with talon marks carved into her face. And worse, Josie just might be the next victim. Torn between guilt, justice, and revenge, Special Agent Dane Hamrick will do anything to find the man who brutally…

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The Penny Jumper: A Novella Review

New York Times bestselling author James Grippando ventures into the world of astrophysics, high-stakes trading and the algorithms that up the game with THE PENNY JUMPER, a thrilling novella about a young scientist lured to Wall Street by the promise of a pay-day that will offset her student loans and jump start her life. Things haven t come easy for brilliant young astrophysicist Ainsley Grace. Her mother, an equally talented astrophysicist, died when Ainsley was just a child. A brainiac who started college at age sixteen and earned her Ph.D. before most people her age had even settled on a major,…

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Without Mercy: A Body Farm Novel Review

In the most suspenseful installment of the New York Times nestselling Body Farm series to date, forensic anthropologist Dr. Bill Brockton investigates a bizarre murder—and confronts a deadly enemy he thought he’d put behind bars for good. Forensic anthropologist Bill Brockton has spent twenty-five years solving brutal murders—but none so bizarre and merciless as his latest case: A ravaged set of skeletal remains is found chained to a tree on a remote mountainside. As Brockton and his assistant Miranda dig deeper, they uncover warning signs of a deadly eruption of hatred and violence. But the shocking case is only the…

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