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Mother May I

Revenge doesn’t wait for permission.

Growing up poor in rural Georgia, Bree Cabbat was warned by her single mother that the world was a dark and scary place. Bree rejected her mother’s fearful outlook, and life has proved her right. Having married into a family with wealth, power, and connections, Bree now has all a woman could ever dream of: a loving lawyer husband, two talented teenage daughters, a new baby boy, a gorgeous home, and every opportunity in the world.

Until the day she awakens and sees a witch peering into her bedroom window—an old gray haired woman dressed all in black who vanishes as quickly as she appears. It must be a play of the early morning light or the remnant of a waking dream, Bree tells herself, shaking off the bad feeling that overcomes her.

Later that day though, she spies the old woman again, in the parking lot of her daugh­ters’ private school . just minutes before Bree’s infant son, asleep in his car seat only a few feet away, vanishes. It happened so quickly—Bree looked away only for a second. There is a note left in his place, warning her that she is being is being watched; if she wants her baby back, she must not call the police or deviate in any way from the instructions that will follow.

The mysterious woman makes contact, and Bree learns she, too, is a mother. Why would another mother do this? What does she want? And why has she targeted Bree? Of course Bree will pay anything, do anything. It’s her child.

To get her baby back, Bree must complete one small—but critical—task. It seems harmless enough, but her action comes with a devastating price, making her complicit in a tangled web of tragedy and shocking secrets that could destroy everything she loves. It is the beginning of an odyssey that will lead Bree to dangerous places, explosive confrontations, and chilling truths.

Bree will do whatever it takes to protect her family—but what if the cost tears their world apart?

Mirrorland

With the startling twists of Gone Girl and the haunting emotional power of Room, Mirrorland is a thrilling work of psychological suspense about twin sisters, the man they both love, and the dark childhood they can’t leave behind.

Cat lives in Los Angeles, far away from 36 Westeryk Road, the imposing gothic house in Edinburgh where she and her estranged twin sister, El, grew up. As girls, they invented Mirrorland, a dark, imaginary place under the pantry stairs full of pirates, witches, and clowns. These days Cat rarely thinks about their childhood home, or the fact that El now lives there with her husband Ross.

But when El mysteriously disappears after going out on her sailboat, Cat is forced to return to 36 Westeryk Road, which has scarcely changed in twenty years. The grand old house is still full of shadowy corners, and at every turn Cat finds herself stumbling on long held secrets and terrifying ghosts from the past. Because someone—El?—has left Cat clues in almost every room: a treasure hunt that leads right back to Mirrorland, where she knows the truth lies crouched and waiting

A twisty, dark, and brilliantly crafted thriller about love and betrayal, redemption and revenge, Mirrorland is a propulsive, page turning debut about the power of imagination and the price of freedom.

The Drowning Kind

Be careful what you wish for.

When social worker Jax receives nine missed calls from her older sister, Lexie, she assumes that it’s just another one of her sister’s episodes. Manic and increasingly out of touch with reality, Lexie has pushed Jax away for over a year. But the next day, Lexie is dead: drowned in the pool at their grandmother’s estate. When Jax arrives at the house to go through her sister’s things, she learns that Lexie was researching the history of their family and the property. And as she dives deeper into the research herself, she discovers that the land holds a far darker past than she could have ever imagined.

In 1929, thirty seven year old newlywed Ethel Monroe hopes desperately for a baby. In an effort to distract her, her husband whisks her away on a trip to Vermont, where a natural spring is showcased by the newest and most modern hotel in the Northeast. Once there, Ethel learns that the water is rud to grant wishes, never suspecting that the spring takes in equal measure to what it gives.

The Perfect Daughter

The Perfect Daughter is a thriller that explores the truth or lies behind a teenage girl's multiple personality disorder, from D.J. Palmer, the author of The New Husband.

Grace never dreamt she’d visit her teenaged daughter Penny in the locked ward of a decaying state psychiatric hospital, charged with the murder of a stranger. There was not much question of her daughter’s guilt. Police had her fingerprints on the murder weapon and the victim’s blood on her body and clothes. But they didn’t have a motive.

Grace blames herself, because that’s what mothers do—they look at their choices and wonder, what if? But hindsight offers little than the chance for regret.

None of this was conceivable the day Penny came into her life. Then, it seemed like a miracle. Penny was found abandoned, with a mysterious past, and it felt like fate brought Penny to her, and her husband Arthur. But as she grew, Penny's actions grew disturbing, and different personalities emerged.

Arthur and Grace took Penny to different psychiatrists, many of whom believed she was putting on a show to help manage her trauma. But Grace didn’t buy it. The personas were too real, too consistent. It had to be a severe multiple personality disorder. One determined psychiatrist, Dr. Mitch McHugh, helped discover someone new inside Penny—a young girl named Abigail. Is this the nameless girl who was abandoned in the park years ago? Mitch thinks Abigail is the key to Penny’s past and to the murder. But as Grace and Mitch dig deeper, they uncover dark and shocking secrets that put all their lives in grave danger.

What Beauty There Is

Winter. The sky is dark. It is cold enough to crack bones.

Jack Morton has nothing left. Except his younger brother, Matty, who he'd do anything for. Even die for. Now with their mother gone, and their funds quickly dwindling, Jack needs to make a choice: lose his brother to foster care, or find the drug money that sent his father to prison. He chooses the money.

Ava Bardem lives in isolation, a life of silence. For seventeen years her father has controlled her fate. He has taught her to love no one. Trust no one. Now Victor Bardem is stalking the same money as Jack. When he picks up Jack's trail, Ava must make her own wrenching choice: remain silent or help the brothers survive.

Choices. They come at a price.

Girl, 11

Once a social worker specializing in kids who were the victims of violent crime, Elle Castillo is now the host of a popular true crime podcast that tackles cold cases of missing children in her hometown of the Twin Cities. After two seasons of successfully solving cases, Elle decides to tackle her white whale—The Countdown Killer. Twenty years ago, TCK abruptly stopped after establishing a pattern of taking and ritualistically murdering three girls over seven days, each a year younger than the last. No one’s ever known why—why he stopped with his eleventh victim, a girl of eleven years old, or why he followed the ritual at all.

When a listener phones in with a tip, Elle sets out to interview him, only to discover his dead body. And within days, a child is abducted following the original TCK MO. Unlike the experts in the media and law enforcement who have always spun theories of a guilty suicide, Elle never believed TCK had died, and her investigation was meant to lay that suspicion to rest. But instead, her podcast seems to be kicking up new victims.

Three Missing Days (Pelican Harbor #3)

The third book in a riveting new series from USA TODAY bestselling romantic suspense author Colleen Coble.

A shocking murder.

Chief of Police Jane Hardy plunges into the investigation of a tragic local murder, but everything in her personal life is unraveling.

Her son’s arrest.

Jane’s son is accused of manslaughter, and she has to decide whether or not she can trust her ex, Reid, in the attempt to prove Will’s innocence—and whether she’s going to trust Reid with her heart.   

Three missing days.

With the recent discovery of her mother’s whereabouts, Jane learns not only that her mother stole something vital all those years ago but that she drugged Jane so she wouldn’t be able to remember. What happened in those three days could change everything.

It all started with one little lie. But the truth is finally coming out.

 

We Are Watching Eliza Bright

Eliza Bright was living the dream as an elite video game coder at Fancy Dog Games when her private life suddenly became public. But is Eliza Bright a brilliant, self taught coder bravely calling out the toxic masculinity and chauvinism that pervades her workplace and industry? Or, is Eliza Bright a woman who needs to be destroyed to protect the sanctity of gaming culture? It depends on who you ask

When Eliza reports an incident of workplace harassment that is quickly dismissed, she's forced to take her frustrations to a journalist who blasts her story across the Internet. She's fired and doxed, and becomes a rallying figure for women across America. But she's also enraged the beast that is male gamers on 4Chan and Reddit, whose collective, unreliable voice narrates our story. Soon Eliza is in the cross hairs of the gaming community, threatened and stalked as they monitor her every move online and across New York City.

As the violent power of an angry male collective descends upon everyone in Eliza's life, it becomes increasingly difficult to know who to trust, even when she's eventually taken in and protected by an under the radar Collective known as the Sixsterhood. The violence moves from cyberspace to the real world, as a vicious male super fan known only as The Ghost is determined to exact his revenge on behalf of men everywhere. We watch alongside the Sixsterhood and subreddit incels as this dramatic cat and mouse game plays out to reach its violent and inevitable conclusion.

This is an extraordinary, unputdownable novel that explores the dark recesses of the Internet and male rage, and the fragile line between the online world and real life. It's a thrilling story of female resilience and survival, packed with a powerful feminist message.

What You Never Knew

Told in alternating points of view between the living and the dead, Jessica Hamilton's debut novel will be perfect for fans of THE LOVELY BONES.

Idyllic Avril lsland, owned by the Bennett family, where their hundred year old cottage sat nestled in acres of forest. Forty year old June Bennett believed that the island had been sold after the summer of her father's disappearance when she was only twelve years old. It's months after the shocking death of her older sister May in a fatal car accident, that June finds out that the cottage was never sold. Avril Island is still owned by the Bennett family and now it's hers.

Still reeling from the grief of losing her sister, June travels back to Avril lsland in search of answers. As she digs, she learns that the townspeople believe her father may have, in fact, been murdered rather than abandoning his family in the dead of night, as she was led to believe by her mother. And that's when she begins to notice strange things happening on the island missing family possessions showing up on her bed, doors open when she had locked them closed. It takes June no time at all to realize that her childhood summers at Avril Island were not at all what they had seemed to be.

Her Three Lives

Gaslight goes high tech in USA Today bestselling author Cate Holahan's new standalone thriller in which a family must determine who the real enemy is after a brutal home invasion breaks their trust in each other.
Her public life
Jade Thompson has it all. She’s an up and coming social media influencer, and she has a beautiful new home and a successful architect for a fiancé. But there’s trouble behind the scenes. To Greg’s children, his divorce from their mother and his new life can only mean a big mid life crisis. To Jade, his suburban Connecticut upbringing isn’t an easy match with her Caribbean roots.  Her private life A savage home invasion leaves Greg house bound with a traumatic brain injury and glued to the live feeds from his ubiquitous security cameras. As the police investigate the crime and Greg’s frustration and rage grows, Jade begins to wonder what he may know about their attackers. And whether they are coming back.  Her secret life As Greg watches Jade’s comings and goings, he becomes convinced that her behavior is suspicious and that she’s hiding a big secret.  The he sees, the he wonders whether the break in was really a random burglary. And whether he’s worth to Jade if he were dead than alive. 


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    Free read Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook · Thomas Hardy Thomas Hardy · 4 review Read & Download The Return of the Native I have spent the last thirty five years convinced that I do not like Thomas Hardy I know how it happened Reading Tess of the D'Urbervilles when I was in high school and again at university made a lasting and a negative impression on me Admittedly I went on to read Jude the Obscure and Far from the Madding Crowd also while I was at university and uite liked both novels Notwithstanding this my dislike of Tess overshadow

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    Online Read The Return of the Native – pandoraringsjewelry.us Harsh Heath Hardy Best in Nature as Supporting CharacterIn this 1878 novel Hardy heaves readers right into the gloomy Egdon Heath in southern England to witness the inception of coming tragedies involving the heath's inhabitants Hardy did not draw his Egdon Heath as darkly as the Bronte sisters portrayed their Cimmerian heaths in the classic novels Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre Hardy was masterful and subtle

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The Return of the NativeAnd dramas are played out on and around the heath all of them "Amazingly Alive With Their "alive with their and their flaws And there are the secondary characters those who live in the cottages on the heath who act as both comic relief and Greek chorus There s the tragedy itself which is brought about not by evil but as tragedy so often is by misunderstandings and bad timing The tragedy is lightened somewhat by the conclusion of the novel which is a happy ending for at least some of the characters This was not the ending that Hardy initially intended and was apparently a result of the demands of serial publication and the expectations of readers I think the novel suffers somewhat as a result but only a little Secondly there s the language of the novel Hardy eventually gave p writing novels to write poetry and it s clear that the poet was always there in the novelist The language is rich complex with breathtakingly beautiful imagery Many scenes are so vividly described that I could see them as oil paintings knowing exactly how the light and shadow would fall on them Thirdly there s Alan Rickman s narration It is Too Strong to Deny/Savage Awakening/Jack Riordans Baby/His Forbidden Passion uite simply a joy to listen to Rickman narrates he does not deliver a bravura acting performance so his reading is restrained However he nevertheless creates distinctive and appropriate voices for the characters including wonderful West Country accents for the supporting characters His voice is mesmerising low rich and warm I could listen to it forever All in all as an experiment to see if I could really enjoy a novel by Thomas Hardy listening to this audiobook has been spectacularly successful If I had read a text version I probably would have given it a four star rating maybe even 3 12 stars because of the less than totally satisfactory ending Listening to Alan Rickman read the book to me has elevated the experience from great to amazing My only problem is that I may have difficulty finding another audiobook that I will enjoy as much Book Review 5 out of 5 stars to The Return of the Native a novel written by Thomas Hardy first published in 1878 and subseuently re issued a few times with additional revisions It s rare for me to give out a full 5 stars but this book will always hold an extreme and special place in my heart It was the start of my adoration of the English countryside It was a true story of love life and reality Watching the dramanfold over the years chapter by chapter was phenomenal I was there while it happened at least it felt so to me Hardy had a The Firefighters Christmas Reunion uniue ability to transport me to his vision I felt connected to him as a writer and a storyteller I loved every character I couldn t decide who should endp with whom It s that good you see all sides You want everything But sadly you cannot have it The fighting felt true to form The depression made me melancholic I fell in love with the main characters and would have done anything to see them happy when I first read it I ve read it three times roughly every ten years I m due again in the very near future Perhaps we should buddy read it About Me "For Those New To Me Or My Reviews Here S "those new to me or my reviews here s scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the whowhatwhenwhere and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by 839 Return of the Native Thomas HardyThe Return of the Native is Thomas Hardy s sixth published novel It first appeared in the magazine Belgravia a publication known for its sensationalism and was presented in twelve monthly installments from January to December 1878 The Scriptions of the heath a setting that for D H Lawrence provided the real stuff of tragedy For modern readers the tension between the mythic setting of the heath and the modernity of the characters challenges our freedom to shape the world as we wish; like Eustacia we may not always be able to live our dreams This edition has the only critical text based on the manuscript and first edition and. Harsh Heath Hardy Best in Nature as Supporting CharacterIn this 1878 novel Hardy heaves readers right into the gloomy Egdon Heath in southern England to witness the inception of coming tragedies involving the heath s inhabitants Hardy did not draw his Egdon Heath as darkly as the Bronte sisters portrayed their Cimmerian heaths in the classic novels Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre Hardy was masterful and subtle in this novelHis exuisite approach to creating this authentic and animastic heath involved his especially discerning eye for detail and nuance and his subtlety borne of sagacity If you are not paying close attention which I wasn t when I first began reading this novel you will not realize how he fixes a domineering mood in his settings yet you will sense a paramount hopelessness an aura of doom that you cannot seem to put your finger on When looking back you will observe how he infused the story with descriptors subtext and pacing to create a countryside that plays a significant role as a character nto itself and to establish and reinforce tensions and conflicts throughout his trademark in tragedy Clym Yeobright is the titular native returning to the heath after leaving a lucrative position in "The Parisian Diamond Trade Business "Parisian diamond trade business plans to

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up a in the heath for the poor children in a largely The Amish Midwife (Lancaster Courtships, uneducated part of the country Eustacia Vye is I guess technically the heroine An example of when I wish I had an education in literature or literary theory Ms Vye seemed to me almost an anti heroine Certainly she s the least sympathetic protagonist in any of the four Hardy novels I ve read all within the past year Ms Vye is a fiery semi educated young woman who has long wished to escape the heath She hopes that Clym will change his mind about opening a school after they marry and instead take her to Paris to live Clym develops an eye problem which ruins his school plans and he endsp taking a job as a furze cutter hedge cutter but refuses to go back to Paris Thus struggles develop and catastrophes ensue from Eustacia s The Greeks Acquisition unrealized passion to flee Egdon Heath and her caged feeling especially after her husband has accepted a lower life as a low paid non skilled laborer in the heathAs always Hardy s portrait of human nature isnsparing and The Amish Nanny (Brides of Amish Country, uite impassive and here overlays his most somber scenery The ingredients for this Hardy tragedy an incompatible husband and wife conflicting ambitions forestalled dreams a harsh heath a ferocious rainstorm and Hardy s characteristic inhibited empathy I have spent the last thirty five years convinced that I do not like Thomas Hardy I know how it happened Reading Tess of the D Urbervilles when I was in high school and again atniversity made a lasting and a negative impression on me Admittedly I went on to read Jude the Obscure and Far from the Madding Crowd also while I was at The Healer (Borderland Brides, university andite liked both novels Notwithstanding this my dislike of Tess overshadowed whatever appreciation for Hardy s work I might otherwise have developed The result is that I have not read another of Hardy s novels since leaving The Slayer (Time Raiders university Until now Through one of my Goodreads friends Thanks Robin I discovered that Alan Rickman had narrated The Return of the Native and I decided that if listening to an audiobook narrated by Rickman could not make me like Hardy then nothing could After all I would pay good money to hear Alan Rickman read the telephone directory or the bus timetable so why not listen to him read Hardy What an excellent decision that was for this was a sublime experience First there s the novel itself This is Greek or Shakespearean tragedy in the form of a novel The setting Egdon Heath is a character in itself brought alive by its flora its fauna the time of day the season the weather conditions and most of all those who live there Then there are the main characters whose lives. In Hardy's The Return of the Native Eustacia Vye criss crosses the wild Egdon Heath eager to experience life to the full in herest for music poetry passion war She marries Clym Yeobright a native of the heath but his idealism frustrates her romantic ambitions and her discontent draws others into a tangled web of deceit and nhappiness Early readers responded to Hardy's insatiably observant de. Ovel takes place entirely in the environs of Egdon Heath and with the exception of the epilogue Aftercourses covers exactly a "year and a day The narrative begins on the evening of Guy Fawkes Night as "and a day The narrative begins on the evening of Guy Fawkes Night as Venn is slowly crossing the heath with his van which is being drawn by ponies In his van is a passenger When darkness falls the country folk light bonfires on the surrounding hills emphasising not for the last time the pagan spirit of the heath And Its Denizens Venn its denizens Venn a reddleman he travels the country supplying farmers with a red mineral called reddle dialect term for red ochre that farmers se to mark their sheep Although his trade has stained him red from head to foot Their Mistletoe Matchmakers underneath his devilish colouring he is a handsome shrewd well meaning young man His passenger is a young woman named Thomasin Yeobright whom Venn is taking home Earlier that day Thomasin had planned to marry Damon Wildeve a local innkeeper known for his fickleness however an inconsistency in the marriage licence delayed the marriage Thomasin in distress ran after the reddleman s van and asked him to take her home Venn himself is in love with Thomasin andnsuccessfully wooed her two years before Now although he believes Wildeve is The Stephanides Pregnancy unworthy of her love he is so devoted to her that he is willing to help her secure the man of her choice 2004 1369 459 508 964744317 19 18051399 Can you go home again Thomas Hardy asks that simpleestion in his magnificent novel The Return of the Nativewritten in 1878set in a vast sparsely populated land in rural England called Edgon Heath Rolling hills the The Tycoons Reluctant Cinderella uiet grasslands and small but valuable shrubs the furze bush empty except for isolated cottages little hamlets and people struggling to survive the harsh conditions in the valley s meager farms and their loneliness The native coming back is MrClement Clym Yeobright a local legenda strange move leaving glamorous Paris involved in the lucrative diamond business there to return home a few years and he would become rich His mother is puzzled why He slowly reveals a dream become a teachereducate the ignorant superstitious poor inhabitantsgive them a brighter future Nevertheless reality sets inickly his pretty cousin Thomasin had married a man Damon Wildeve in love with another Eustacia Vye a beautiful woman who roams the hills in #the dark of night a ghostly miragesome say she s a witch others don t care but are fascinated #dark of night a ghostly miragesome say she s a witch others don t care but are fascinated the free spirit Her grandfather gives the young girl the freedomlike a wild animal she floats and appears and vanishes never letting anyone get close but Mr Wildevethis is the problem Eustacia is all alone only the old grandfather sees her she prefers that not comfortable in the country a city girl but yearning to visit the outsidethe exciting world Clym marries the ambitious lady his mother objected as she did her niece the goal enchanting Paris she Miss Vye will be disappointed the town that the husband despises he wants needs the calm and the peace Still in the beginning nobody doubts the two s great feelings for each other the dazzlingly flame burns highbut the inevitable decline occursAnother man a former The True King of Dahaar (A Dynasty of Sand and Scandal unsuccessful suitor of Thomasin Diggory Venn a traveling salesman with anniue color still has the passion yet helps her marry a rivalhe longs to make her happy to the obviously More George W. Bushisms unsuitable man Damon not interested in his new wife but desiring to make his love jealous Five personstwonhappy marriages the math will not add The Making Of Henri Higgins upyet the story goes on many complications arrive Tragedy and misunderstanding permeates the narrative feelings change and change again the atmosphere is full of forebodingthe crisis cannot be far awayHardy gives a demonstration of his power to tear open and reveal the mystery of the human condition their enormous weaknessesshow them in aite nflattering lightbut also the goodness too One of the writer s besta classic. Without the later changes that substantially altered Hardy's original intentions The new introduction by critic Margaret R Higonnet is the most critically p to date discussion of the novel available and considers the mythic nature of the heath opposed to the modernity of the characters the economic vocabulary of value and investment the novel's classical structure and Hardy's cinematic techniu.

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