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Karma's a Bitch by Shannon Esposito Book Summary:
Darwin Winters, reluctant pet psychic, is determined to leave her family's paranormal past behind and lead a normal life. So she strikes out on her own and opens up a new pet boutique in St. Pete, Florida. When a local homeless man she befriends is found dead, and the police assume it's a suicide, Darwin has no choice but to use her gift to help collar the killer. She adopts his grieving mastiff, Karma—and with the dog's help—tries to piece together the events of that fatal night. Accepting the visions is one thing, but can she solve the mystery without revealing her powers to the jaded, yet drool-worthy, detective in charge of the case? Or will the killer put an end to her psychic sleuthing and bury the truth for good?
Married Monk by Pradeep B. Muzoomdar Book Summary:
Balance your life, be a Married Monk. Five most important factors of happiness in life are to be your real self, be simple, be in present, be positive, and be free. Knowledge, faith, and practice are the three necessities that you need to make impossible possible. This book will provide you with the knowledge, and guide you through the process of developing faith, and putting to practice the five factors. Live your real nature: You are not your body and mind, your real nature is divine. This book reintroduces you to your true nature; so that you live a happily life. Live a simple life: Only when you walk away from the luxuries of life, and start living a simple life, as guided in this book, you will experience true happiness of life. Live in the present moment: This book tells you how to get over the unpleasant past, and not worry about future. True happiness comes only when you live in the present moment. Live with a positive attitude: You attract good things in life when you think positive; talk, act and react positive. This book reveals the secret of how you can be positive all the time. Live free: After food, clothing, and shelter freedom is the fourth basic necessity in life. This book boldly claims that every individual is ever free; and shows you how to experience that freedom. Live your true nature, simple, in present, positive, and free. That’s the secret of Living a Happy Life.
Karma's a Killer by Tracy Weber Book Summary:
When Seattle yoga teacher Kate Davidson agrees to teach doga (yoga for dogs) at a fundraiser for a local animal shelter, she believes the only damage will be to her reputation. But a few downward-facing dogs are the least of Kate’s problems when an animal rights protest at the event leads to a suspicious fire and a drowning. The police arrest Dharma, a woman claiming to be Kate’s estranged mother, and charge her with murder. To prove Dharma’s innocence, Kate, her boyfriend Michael, and her German shepherd sidekick Bella dive deeply into the worlds of animal activism and organizational politics. As they investigate the dangerous obsessions that drive these groups, Kate and her sleuthing team discover that when it comes to murder, there’s no place like hOMe. Praise: "Weber's clever assemblage of suspects is eliminated one by one in her entertaining novel."—RT Book Reviews "[Weber's] characters are likeable and amusing, the background is interesting, and the story is ultimately satisfying."—Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine "A wonderful story for dog lovers, with the other human characters being just as likeable."—Suspense Magazine "Weber keeps readers guessing and populates the action with plenty of kooky characters."—Mystery Scene "Karma's a Killer continues Tracy Weber's charming series."—The Seattle Times "Crazy, quirky critters and their odd, yet utterly relatable human counterparts, make Karma's a Killer an appealing story. But when you add the keep-you-guessing mystery with both laugh out loud one liners and touching moments of pure poignancy the result is a truly great book!"—Laura Morrigan, national bestselling author of the Call of the Wilde mystery series "Tracy's Weber's Karma's a Killer delivers on all fronts—a likably feisty protagonist, a great supporting cast, a puzzler of a mystery and, best of all, lots of heart."—Laura DiSilverio, national bestselling author of The Readaholics Book Club Mysteries, two-time Lefty Finalist for Best Humorous Mystery and Colorado Book Award-finalist "Yogatta love this latest in the series when Kate exercises her brain cells trying to figure out who deactivated an animal rights activist."—Mary Daheim, author of the Bed-and-Breakfast and Emma Lord Alpine Mysteries
Golden Garland of Eloquence - Vol. 3 by Tsong kha pa Book Summary:
Golden Garland of Eloquence (Legs bshad gser phreng) is the famous Perfection of Wisdom (prajnaparamita) commentary written by the influential Tibetan writer Tsong kha pa (1356-1419). It is Tsong kha pa's first major work, written before his better known works on Madhyamaka. It is greatly respected and much studied by all schools of Buddhism in Tibet.The Golden Garland supplements the two main Indian Perfection of Wisdom commentaries, Arya Vimuktisena's Vrtti and Haribhadra's Aloka, on which it is based. It explains the Perfection of Wisdom Sutras and earlier commentaries in detail, glossing difficult words and going into detailed explanations of difficult points. It introduces the reader to some twenty works by the most important Indian Perfection of Wisdom writers, and to the earlier Tibetan traditions of Ngok and Dolpopa, and the traditions of Buton and Nyaon. This translation makes available, for the first time in English, an example of the rich Tibetan Perfection of Wisdom commentarial tradition and will be of interest to both scholars and informed general readers alike. This is the third of four volumes.
Modi Ind0rum by Karma Angelo Book Summary:
Book One of THE FIBONACCI SERIES. When Detective Ameena ¿AJ¿ Jardine goes out on her first solo assignment, she doesn¿t know what to make of the number carved on a seashell in the victim¿s hand: 55. The person died from a heroin overdose, nothing out of the ordinary considering the drug epidemic sweeping New England.She also doesn¿t know what to make of D.T.F. Agent Tony Aserbbo, a younger and very attractive man who catches her attention. As a middle-aged mother and widow with P.T.S.D., she can¿t imagine what Tony sees in her, especially after he discovers her past. She keeps her heart guarded, petrified to let him in.A year later, another crime scene reunites AJ and Tony months after their relationship dissolved. Another victim has something unusual in her hand: a bouquet of daisies. The number of flowers? 34.That death is also ruled a heroin overdose. Only this time, there¿s a person of interest. The pair must work together to track him down. As they follow leads and dead bodies, AJ learns of a highly sophisticated and violent drug cartel called the Fasciata Order, an organization responsible for the heroin epidemic plaguing the region.Will AJ ever make the connection between the numbers, even after a strange professor tells her the supposed overdose victims are connected to two other overdose cases? He proposes a serial killer is out there. How far-fetched is his idea?And what about the mysterious hacker named Copernicus who¿s been watching and following her? No one can find him or track him. How is he connected to the detective and the cases?Can AJ and Tony work together before more dead bodies pop up? Does she even trust him anymore after her boss drops a huge bombshell on her? And will she discover where the numbers lead before she or her family become the Order¿s next targets?
Shamed by Sarbjit Kaur Athwal Book Summary:
In 1998, Sarbjit Athwal was called by her husband to attend a family meeting. It looked like just another family gathering. An attractive house in west London, a large dining room, two brothers, their mother, one wife. But the subject they were discussing was anything but ordinary. At the head of the group sat the elderly mother. She stared proudly around, smiling at her children, then raised her hand for silence. ‘It’s decided then,’ the old lady announced. ‘We have to get rid of her.’ ‘Her’ was Surjit Athwal, Sarbjit’s sister-in-law. Within three weeks of that meeting, Surjit was dead: lured from London to India, drugged, strangled, and her body dumped in the Ravi River, never to be seen again. After the killing, risking her own life, Sarbjit fought secretly for justice for nine long, scared years. Eventually, with immense bravery, she became the first person within a murderer’s family ever to go into open court in an honour killing trial as the Prosecution’s key witness, and the first to waive her anonymity in such a trial. As a result of her testimony, the trial led to the first successful prosecution of an honour killing without the body ever being found. But her story doesn’t end there. Since the trial, her life has been threatened; her own husband arrested after an allegation of intimidation. Shamed is a story of fear and of horror – but also of immense courage, and a woman who risked everything to see that justice was done.
Abbac1 by Karma Angelo Book Summary:
Book Two in the Fibonacci Series. Detective Ameena ¿AJ¿ Jardine doesn¿t know who she can¿or should¿trust anymore. And that may kill her.Can she trust her boss, Deputy Director Conrad McMillan, after he keeps sidelining her from her investigations? He tells her to back off some of her missing person leads. He doesn¿t want her to contact Copernicus anymore, especially after the hacker uncovers details of a secretive operation. AJ¿s never had reason not to doubt her boss, so why does she now?Can she ever again trust her partner, D.T.F. Agent Tony Aserbbo, after she learns he knew about her father¿s sabotaged car? His involvement almost cost the lives of her father and her son. And what about the fact she learns he¿s a double agent working for the Fasciata Order, a highly sophisticated and violent heroin cartel? After all, the more they investigate their leads and track down missing persons, the more secrets he begins to keep from her.And what about Copernicus, the mysterious hacker who has followed and watched her? Can she trust him even after he reveals his research and knowledge about the Order¿s designer heroin, Prussian Black? He seems to know quite a bit about her and her past. What breadcrumbs does he leave her and will she follow them?Does she trust her gut and believe the professor, Dr. Raymond Pinick? He did discover the killer¿s Code, a mathematical sequence of events counting down to an end game. He¿s always helped her. Is there any reason not to trust him now?And can she trust her own impulsive decisions to find answers to her husband¿s unsolved murder? What does his death have to do with the cases she¿s currently investigating? Can she solve the cases before she becomes the Order¿s target and the next victim of Prussian Black?
Murder Strikes a Pose by Tracy Weber Book Summary:
When George and Bella—a homeless alcoholic and his intimidating German shepherd—disturb the peace outside her studio, yoga instructor Kate Davidson’s Zen-like calm is stretched to the breaking point. Kate tries to get rid of them before Bella scares the yoga pants off her students. Instead, the three form an unlikely friendship. One night Kate finds George’s body behind her studio. The police dismiss his murder as a drug-related street crime, but she knows George wasn’t a dealer. So Kate starts digging into George’s past while also looking for someone to adopt Bella before she’s sent to the big dog park in the sky. With the murderer nipping at her heels, Kate has to work fast or her next Corpse Pose may be for real. Praise: “The delightful start of a promising new series. I couldn’t put it down!”—Waverly Fitzgerald, author of Dial C for Chihuahua “Murder Strikes a Pose is a delightful debut novel . . . Namaste to Weber and her fresh, new heroine!”—Penny Warner, author of How to Dine on Killer Wine
The Shadow Killer by Matthew Scott Hansen Book Summary:
A suspenseful, tongue-in-cheek adventure inspired by Bigfoot mythology traces the experiences of a hairy monster that stalks its woodland home and wreaks bloody havoc on unsuspecting campers in its quest for apocalyptic destruction. By the co-author of It's in the Book, Bob! 50,000 first printing.
Hell Chose Me by Angel Luis Colón Book Summary:
Bryan Walsh is a killer for hire. He is haunted by those who have fallen by his hand. He will stop at nothing to avenge his brother’s death. When a lifetime of bad karma finally lands on Bryan’s doorstep and leaves his brother dead, he must survive long enough to find the killers and get his revenge, but as the path only grows bloodier, Bryan may not be able to handle the steps he’ll need to take against his enemies. As he becomes more unstable and his past crashes into his present, Bryan must decide if vengeance is worth becoming the monster he always denied or if he could find a another path; one that could lead to something like redemption. Praise for HELL CHOSE ME: “Angel Luis Colón’s knack for writing colorful, compromised hooligans for whom you can’t help but root has garnered him a loyal following, and his debut novel, Hell Chose Me, more than delivers on the promise of his short fiction. Equal parts profound and profane, Hell Chose Me is a damned good read—a vividly imagined pulp nightmare best read through splayed fingers.” —Chris Holm, Anthony Award-winning author of The Killing Kind “Fueled by revenge and unapologetically bloody, Hell Chose Me contains all the violent, morally conflicted elements you hope to see in a classic hitman tale. However, this is not your parents’ noir. Angel Luis Colón levels up in his first full-length novel with superb writing and a voice that seizes you from page one. A dark, dirty, gritty delight.” —Jennifer Hillier, author of Jar of Hearts “Buckle up, Buttercup. Angel Luis Colón delivers a gut punch that stays with you.” —Shaun Harris, author of The Hemingway Thief “Colón’s voice pulled me along like a tidal wave.” —Sara J. Henry, author of A Cold and Lonely Place and Learning to Swim
The Elephant Girl by Henriette Gyland Book Summary:
A quest for vengeance brings a man and woman together in “a superb romantic thriller” (Single Titles). When Helen Stephens was only five years old, she witnessed her mother’s murder. Rejected by her extended family, she was handed over to child services—where she grew up hard, learning to fight for herself and to trust no one. So when the man who killed her mother is let out of jail, Helen swears to make him pay. The outcast son of a notorious gangster, Jason Moody runs a halfway house, desperate to distance himself from his father’s violent world. But when Helen shows up on his doorstep, he decides to dig into her past, and risks upsetting some very dangerous people. As Helen begins to question the motive behind her mother’s death, Jason becomes determined to protect her. But Helen is getting too close to someone who will stop at nothing to keep the truth hidden . . .
A Killer Retreat by Tracy Weber Book Summary:
When Kate Davidson gets an offer to teach yoga classes at the Elysian Springs resort, she jumps at the opportunity—even if it means enduring the wedding ceremony of the center’s two caretakers. But avoiding the M-word turns out to be the least of Kate’s problems when a wedding guest is found floating face-down in the resort’s hot tub, shortly after a loud, public fight with Kate. The police pick Kate as their number-one suspect, so she teams up with her boyfriend Michael, best friend Rene, and German shepherd sidekick Bella to find the real killer. They must solve the crime before the police arrest Kate, or her next gig may last a lifetime—behind bars. Praise: “Cozy readers will enjoy the twist-filled plot."—Publishers Weekly "[Kate's] path to enlightenment is a fresh element in cozy mysteries. . . . An entertaining read."—Library Journal "Weber's vegan yoga teacher is a bright, curious sleuth with a passion for dogs. A well-crafted whodunit with an intriguing mystery and a zinger of a twist at the end!"—Krista Davis, New York Times bestselling author of The Domestic Diva and Paws and Claws Mysteries "An engaging mystery full of fun and fascinating characters and unexpected twists. An intriguing read that includes yoga lessons and feisty dogs."—Linda O. Johnston, author of The Pet Rescue Mystery Series "Fans of Tracy Weber's charming Murder Strikes a Pose have eagerly awaited the return of yoga instructor Kate Davidson and her challenging yet lovable German shepherd, Bella. Happily, Weber's second yoga mystery, A Killer Retreat, is as delightful as her first. Readers will love the setting, the complex mystery, and the romance of Kate's second adventure. Especially noteworthy in this popular series is the appealing combination of strength and vulnerability that Kate and Bella share. Enjoy!"—Susan Conant, author of The Dog Lover's Mystery Series "Whether yoga instructor, Kate Davidson, is wrestling her hundred-pound dog, her new love life or trying to solve a murder, A Killer Retreat is simply a killer read! Witty, fun and unpredictable, this is one cozy mystery worth barking about!"—Shannon Esposito, author of The Pet Psychic Mystery Series "Fun characters, a gorgeous German Shepherd dog, and a murder with more suspects than you can shake a stick at. A Killer Retreat is a must read for cozy fans!"—Sparkle Abbey, author of The Pampered Pet Mystery Series
The Monkey's Paw by W. W. Jacobs Book Summary:
Brace yourself for nearly unbearable suspense in this classic horror tale from British author W.W. Jacobs. Virtually everyone has fantasized about what it would be like to be granted three wishes by a magical being. But what if the cost of having your dreams come true was a horrible toll you never expected? This iconic short story is a must-read for fans of the horror genre.
Deadly by Julie Chibbaro Book Summary:
In the early nineteen hundreds, sixteen-year-old Prudence Galewski takes a job assisting the head epidemiologist at New York's Department of Health and Sanitation, investigating the case of "Typhoid Mary," a woman who is infecting others with typhoid fever.