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Direct Elimination

Direct Elimination

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There is no such thing as coincidence. Or is there? Are random occurrences which take place at the same time, or in the same location, totally unrelated events? Or do they converge in time or in space in order to right a wrong or to put the universe back on track?In other words, is there a connection between the dead fencer found by the firefighters in Andy Yesley's cellar and the 20 year-old baby's skeleton also discovered there? This is what insurance investigator Amy Lynch must determine as she delves into the fall-out from what at first appears to be an ordinary fire loss.
Disappearance

Disappearance

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WITSEC, the witness protection program run by the U.S. Marshals Service, has been in existence for forty-six years. In all that time, WITSEC has never lost a witness who remained in the program, a total of 8500 witnesses in that time. What if, suddenly, two witnesses were murdered, execution-style, and an attempt was made to assassinate a third witness but barely failed...all in a span of two weeks?There is a leak in the U.S. Marshals witness protection unit, or a massive breach in their computer system. Paul O'Malley, the director of WITSEC, must stop the killings before many witnesses lose faith in the program, and seek new sanctuaries on their own. O'Malley, with the keen help of a long-time ally and friend, retired FBI agent Harry Esten, team up to identify the leak and stop further killings.Esten's years of investigations significantly contribute to unfolding the assassin and the former marshal who is providing him with the names of victims who have continued to commit crimes while in WITSEC.The trail of both villains becomes clearer to the bumbling O'Malley, while Esten's thorough research gets O'Malley back in the chase more often than not.There is non-stop action throughout, leading to a climactic confrontation between the two villains, and an ending that will surprise everyone.

Doll (USED)

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Don't Die on Me, Billie Jean (USED)

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Dying for a Dance (USED)

Dying for a Dance (USED)

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It takes two to tango-but only one to murder.Lead-footed single mom, Laurel McKay, agrees to learn a foxtrot routine for her best friend's wedding. After she trips her instructor, crashes into a pair of dancers and breaks the heel of her new shoes, she thinks her evening can't possibly get any worse. Then she stumbles over another dancer. A dead one. With her broken stiletto heel stuffed in his mouth.The action moves from the California Gold Country to Lake Tahoe as Laurel searches for the killer amid the sequins and flying feathers of a ballroom competition. Can she samba her way into the heart of the handsome detective who has once again entered her life? Or will dancing and detecting prove to be a lethal combination?One, two, three, four. Too many suspects on this dance floor.Five, six, seven, eight. Find the murderer before it's too late.
Dying for a Date (USED)

Dying for a Date (USED)

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When her dating service turns deadly, Laurel must race to find the killer before she becomes the next victim... Not sure if she is looking for Mr. Right, or Mr. Every Other Saturday Night, recently divorced Laurel McKay reluctantly joins THE LOVE CLUB, a matchmaking agency advertised as the safe alternative to on-line dating. After Bachelor one decides he wants her for dessert, Laurel dispatches him with her cell phone. The next day she discovers her drop dead gorgeous date has literally dropped dead. When Bachelor two disappears during dinner, Laurel's only alibi is a friendly bottle of Dom Perignon. The investigating detective has to decide if the sassy soccer mom is a killer, or the next target. Her boss at Hangtown Bank threatens to fire her when he learns the latest victim was an important client. Fortunately he needs her expertise to investigate some questionable loans. Laurel and her mother, who insists her daughter is innocent because she is too disorganized to plan a murder, set out to save her reputation, her job, and her life.
Eight Million Ways to Die (USED)

Eight Million Ways to Die (USED)

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Nobody knows better than Matthew Scudder how far down a person can sink in this city. A young prostitute named Kim knew it also--and she wanted out. Maybe Kim didn't deserve the life fate had dealt her. She surely didn't deserve her death. The alcoholic ex-cop turned p.i. was supposed to protect her, but someone slashed her to ribbons on a crumbling New York City waterfront pier. Now finding Kim's killer will be Scudder's penance. But there are lethal secrets hiding in the slain hooker's past that are far dirtier than her trade. And there are many ways of dying in this cruel and dangerous town--some quick and brutal ... and some agonizingly slow.

Espresso Tales (USED)

Espresso Tales (USED)

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'Espresso Tales' is the second volume in Alexander McCall Smith's serial novel about the occupants of 44 Scotland Street.

Family Practice (USED)

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Field of Thirteen (USED)

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