Marty Hopkins, deputy sheriff for Nichols County, Indiana, is suddenly confronted with death threats, burning crosses, a kidnapping, charges of incest, racially motivated murders, and a possible Ku Klux Klan conflagration.
Whаtеvеr уоur сirсumѕtаnсеѕ, if уоu likе thе idеа оf gеtting bасk to nаturе, think Rustic. Yоu dоn't nееd tо rеlосаtе or livе in thе country tо асhiеvе thе ruѕtiс hоmе lооk; уоu juѕt nееd to gеt inѕрirеd. It dоеѕn't mаttеr whether you livе in a lоft араrtmеnt, оr a larger рrореrtу; уоu саn ѕtill сrеаtе a сhаrming ruѕtiс hоmе. If you have all the HGTV episodes saved on your DVR and pinterest ideas saved but don't know where to start, this book is for you! This is the ULTIMATE guide to help you create a farmhouse/rustic dream home STEP BY STEP!
In City of the Lost, a thrilling new eBook in six parts, New York Times and Globe and Mail bestselling author Kelley Armstrong delivers us to Rockton, a secret little town in the far north where the hunted go to hide.
And where a hunter has now come to play. Casey Butler and her best friend, Diana, have finally escaped their dark pasts and found refuge in Rockton.
Although Casey left behind her ex-con lover, Kurt, she has no time for regret: A man’s been murdered—butchered, really—and she’s the new detective in town. As the difficult, brooding sheriff, Eric Dalton, and his handsome, happy-go-lucky deputy, Will Anders, disclose rumours of underground drug rings, corrupt council members, and hostile cannibals, Casey realizes that Rockton may not be the haven she first imagined…
In his new collection of poems, Carmine Starnino writes of mid-life within the context of family life, testing traditional views of masculinity against contemporary experience. Adopting the swagger of the “unoutshoutable big shots” of that generation of cabbies, factory-lifers and hard-ass dads that sired us, Starnino pursues the leviathan machismo that seemed to propel them. How does it square with the urbane young fathers he encounters taking their toddlers to play in the park, or the gear-obsessed quest for the perfect weed-free lawn? Moving from putting his rest child to bed to the hospital bedside of his dying father, Starnino’s poems offer an intimate if unresolved portrait of an apprenticeship into manhood.