What Lurks in the Dark Shadows of the Heart? Most men who see Amanda Charles dance worship her from afar. But one "admirer" is getting too close to the glamorous showgirl...perilously close. The looks, style, and grace that make Amanda sparkle on stage have now made her something else: the target of a serial killer. Detective Tristan MacLaughlin has drawn the case that is pulling him deep into a world of pageantry and dazzle -- and closer to the stunning, violet-eyed beauty who keeps her secrets and emotions locked tightly inside. Tristan never thought he'd be bewitched by Amanda's charms, never though he'd care. And he never imagined that by wanting her, by trying to protect her, he'd place her in the gravest danger of all.
“Forever Evil: Blight” part 3, continued from JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK (2011- ) #25. John Constantine, Swamp Thing and Nightmare Nurse have a plan to destroy the embodiment of Evil Itself—and they intend to draft Phantom Stranger into their war.
But the Stranger has no intention of joining the new Justice League Dark. Continued in CONSTANTINE (2013- ) #9.
The secret origins of the world's greatest super heroes! The defining moments in the history of the DC Universe! The Untold forces that brought these champions together! Exclusive interviews with writer Paul Dini and artist Alex Ross. Preview art and preliminary sketches from JLA Liberty and Justice. Please Note: This book has some wear and is not in mint condition. Ages 9-12
2011 Silver Medal Winner for Humor, from the Independent Publisher's Awards. Bad Science: A Brief History of Bizarre Misconceptions, Totally Wrong Conclusions, and Incredibly Stupid Theories takes a humorous look at bloodletting, alchemy, quack devices, the worship of meteorites, faked data, secret testing on people, and all kinds of really ridiculous ideas. From the ancient Greeks to the present, the history of science has been fraught with persecution, fraud, and ignorance on a massive scale--but that doesn't mean we can't laugh about it!
All that's standing in the way of the Dunbars' divorce is Brian Dunbar's unwillingness to sign the papers. And though his wife, Lieutenant Colonel Anne Dunbar, loves him as madly as she did on their wedding day eleven years ago, their differences--intensified by the pressures of career and family--are irreconcilable.
Or so she thinks.
When a long-lost file lands on Anne's desk, she learns some unexpected ons about love and trust from the remarkable story of a World War I "Hello Girl" telephone operator. Marie Reynaud fought valiantly for love--a love immortalized in diary entries that transcended war and time. A love inspiring enough to save Anne's marriage?
Meet Benni Harper…a spirited ex-cowgirl, quilter, and folk-art expert who’s staking out her own corner of the contemporary American West. Steps to the Altar finds her digging up clues to an unsolved murder—and struggling with a very personal crisis of the heart. Benni Harper is busy planning two weddings—her best friend Elvia and Grandma Dove are both getting hitched. The last thing she needs is more work. But when the local historical society asks her to catalog the contents of some old trunks, she agrees—only to find they belonged to alleged murderer Maple Sullivan! Rumor has it that back in the 1940s she murdered her new husband, ran off with his best friend—and was never heard from again… Benni knows how difficult marriage can be—especially since her husband’s gorgeous ex-girlfriend is back in the picture, posing a real threat. Suddenly Benni finds herself empathizing with Maple’s plight—and vows to investigate her case. But there’s more to this than meets the eye—and more than a few people who’d rather let sleeping dogs lie…