Die in Plain Sight

Author: Elizabeth Lowell

Publisher: Avon


Category: Fiction

Page: 544

View: 336

New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Lowell creates another masterpiece of excitement and chills, passion and surprise Die in Plain Sight When Lacey Quinn inherits the striking landscapes done by her late, much-loved grandfather, she believes they are as good as anything hanging in museums. But the paintings now in her possession are more than the works of a talented master. They are anguished voices from the grave . . . crying murder! Lacey begins researching her grandfather's past -- and is rocked almost immediately by a strange series of violent events. Someone wants to steal her inheritance, to reduce the paintings to unrecognizable ashes in a suspicious blaze. Someone wants to prevent Lacey from examining her grandfather's work too closely . . . by any means necessary. Ian Lapstrake, a security specialist, has taken an interest in Lacey's inheritance . . . and in her. Troubled by what he sees, he becomes Lacey's shadow, as her search for answers leads them both down an ever-darkening road paved with lies, blood, and devastating secrets.

Hidden in Plain Sight

Author: Fred Hoon

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 214

View: 366

We always suspected that we were not alone in the universe. The Charter is a collection of alien races that have ruled the galaxy for over a thousand years. For better or for worse, that Charter established contact with Earth and has woven us into their alliance. Nick Everroot is a new graduate from Charters Academy. Nick expected that he would be assigned to one of the proud fighting ships of the fleet. But you dont always get what you want, and Nick learns that is not always a bad thing. Nick finds that not everything in the galaxy is as obvious or as orderly as the Charter would have us believe. There are problems to be solved, battles to be fought, and lost things to be found. And if that were not enough, some of the mysteries remain hidden, even in plain sight.

In Plain Sight

The Life and Lies of Jimmy Savile

Author: Dan Davies

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 592

View: 784

Winner of the 2015 Gordon Burn Prize and the 2015 CWA Non-Fiction Dagger Shortlisted for the Orwell Prize and the James Tait Black Prize Dan Davies has spent more than a decade on a quest to find the real Jimmy Savile, and interviewed him extensively over a period of seven years before his death. In the course of his quest, he spent days and nights at a time quizzing Savile at his homes in Leeds and Scarborough, lunched with him at venues ranging from humble transport cafes to the Athenaeum club in London and, most memorably, joined him for a short cruise aboard the QE2. Dan thought his quest had come to an end in October 2011 when Savile's golden coffin was lowered into a grave dug at a 45-degree angle in a Scarborough cemetery. He was wrong. In the last two and a half years, Dan has been interviewing scores of people, many of them unobtainable while Jimmy was alive. What he has discovered was that his instincts were right all along and behind the mask lay a hideous truth. Jimmy Savile was not only complex, damaged and controlling, but cynical, calculating and predatory. He revelled in his status as a Pied Piper of youth and used his power to abuse the vulnerable and underage, all the while covering his tracks by moving into the innermost circles of the establishment.

The Secret Hidden in Plain Sight

It’s About Time

Author: Hoppy Bishop

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 428

View: 255

God and Christ desperately want us to know what Satan has been able to obscure and hide from mankind. Christ had one simple message he told everyone. We don’t know what God and Christ desperately want us to know. The truth is in Scripture, and the keys to unlocking the secrets are available to this generation. This book will open your eyes to unbelievable truths. The story is so fantastic that it eclipses fiction, and much of what we have discovered flies in the face of inherited beliefs. We must be prepared to consider Scripture confirmed by history, current events, and new scientific discoveries. God’s holy day memorial commands and observances detail what has happened and what will surely happen again. The news is good for believers and those who are willing follow a simplified plan to understand what your Bible has to say about God’s purpose to save all mankind. Somehow, we have lost our way, and “the secret” is hidden in plain sight. It is in your Bible, but roadblocks have crept into our interpretations and our understanding that frustrate the efforts of what God and Christ have to say. Once you begin to challenge yourself to dig deeper, you will see and understand more of what God would have you know. There are signs and wonders in Scripture, in memorial observances, and in the heavens that will open your eyes to fantastic events around us right now.

Hidden in Plain Sight

Contributions of Aboriginal Peoples to Canadian Identity and Culture. Volume 2


Publisher: University of Toronto Press


Category: Canada

Page: 434

View: 672

In Plain Sight

Author: Mike Knowles

Publisher: ECW Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 188

View: 516

“Wilson is worthy to stand next to Loren Estleman’s Peter Macklin and Donald Westlake’s Parker” (Publishers Weekly). Wilson has tried to put his criminal past behind him—but now a random car accident has interfered with his plans and pushed him back in the crosshairs. Dirty cops have gotten their hooks in him and want to use him as bait, telling him the only way to stay out of cuffs is to put someone worse in them. Knowing that justice isn’t blind in the city, Wilson picks a fight with the Russian mob to lure both the corrupt cops and brutal robbers into a trap, in a desperate attempt to scavenge his freedom again . . . “A very good series.” —Booklist

Hiding in Plain Sight

Author: Amy Wallace

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers


Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 158

When revitalization plans pit the Mennonite community against the Montezuma, Georgia community, police officer Ashley Walters vows to stop the people responsible.

Hidden in Plain Sight

Author: Mark Davidson

Publisher: Xulon Press


Category: Religion

Page: 264

View: 569

Throughout the body of Christ, many students and teachers of the end times are awakening to the solidly Scriptural basis for the Islamic Antichrist theory. Hidden In Plain Sight, which develops this interpretation of the end times, will no doubt greatly add to the growing understanding of the Church as the Day of the LORD draws near. Mark Davidson, who I have come to know and exchange ideas with over the years, is a humble and careful student of both the Scriptures and history whose work must now be considered by everyone who seeks to understand the days ahead. -Joel Richardson, husband, father, New York Times Bestselling author of Islamic Antichrist, co-author of God's War on Terror, internationally recognized speaker and activist.

To Die in Spring

A Rebecca Temple Mystery

Author: Sylvia Maultash Warsh

Publisher: Dundurn


Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 876

Short-listed for the 2002 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel Dr. Rebecca Temple has just returned to practice in an old converted house in the Kensington Market area of Toronto, six months after the death of her artist husband, when she’s confronted with the violent murder of a patient she had earlier diagnosed as paranoid. Sylvia Warsh’s accomplished first novel explores the decades-old deceptions and plots that go back to World War Two Poland and underlie the murder of Goldie. Even as Rebecca struggles with guilt over the misdiagnosis which may have led to her patient’s death, she becomes the killer’s next target.

Plain Sight

Author: R. H. Wood

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Fiction

Page: 504

View: 566

Industrial espionage in the hi-tech world; the Chinese wanted their share and Divinity Netware was the prize.Black helicopters and secret military units-and those were the good guys. Rick and Connie's marriage was the envy of their friends, and their daughter had just married the love of her life. So why did they find solace in the arms of others and what did it have to do with the Chinese? As their marriage crumbled, the United States moved just as quickly toward a nuclear confrontation with Communist China. The nation watched them breaking up, and the President watched his only hope for peace evaporate. But then, in the world of espionage, things are never what they seem.