In the Still of the Night

Author: Ann Rule

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416544615

Category: True Crime

Page: 404

View: 9559


The best-selling queen of true crime examines the death of 33-year-old Ronda Reynolds, whose suicide may not be what it seems, in a riveting, detailed account of a fascinating case. Reprint.

In the Still of the Night

Author: David L. Golemon

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1250103118

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 1441


Set in the world of The Supernaturals, one of Riffle’s Ten Best Haunted House Books of All Time, In the Still of the Night, a supernatural thriller from New York Times bestselling author of The Event Group series David L. Golemon, will make your Halloween extra spooky this year. Five years ago, the ghost hunting Supernaturals disbanded after being accused of faking their experiences at Summer Place. Now, the eccentric, but brilliant, team of scientists and paranormal experts are being asked to join forces once again—this time to save the President. Through strenuous investigation and mysterious messages about returning home, the team soon discovers the long lost home of the president: a small town in California called Moreno, a modern ghost town. When the Supernaturals go to Moreno for answers, they find a presence; something came to Moreno after WWII, something that’s still locked in a steel vault in the basement of the town’s old movie theater. To make matters worse, the thing in the basement is starting to pull them into its time, Halloween of 1963. With the body count rising, it’ll be up to the Supernaturals to find an explanation for what this paranormal being is and how to defeat it.

In the Still of the Night

Author: Dorothy Salisbury Davis

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1480460575

Category: Fiction

Page: 214

View: 9789


A collection of eight suspenseful tales from one of the century’s finest crime authors With stories published when the author was in her seventies and eighties, this collection proves that after five decades writing crime fiction, Dorothy Salisbury Davis has lost none of her edge. In “Christopher and Maggie,” based on Davis’s own experiences during the Great Depression, a traveling magician stumbles upon a murder victim. In other stories, a woman picks up the wrong hitchhiker, an ex-detective decides to make some money by getting rid of his wife—forever—and a man gets involved in a road accident from which he simply cannot drive away. The Manhattan gossip columnist and part-time sleuth Julie Hayes from A Death in The Life appears in two stories, “The Puppet” and “Justina.” Intelligent, chilling, and beautifully written, these stories are a reminder that in crime fiction, there is no substitute for the Grand Master’s touch.

In the Still of the Night

Author: Charlotte Lamb

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444770330

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 4812


Annie Lang, star of the TV police drama The Force, is a character known to millions. Men want to protect her; women want to be her friend. But the actress with the innocent face harbours her own terrible secret. Two very different men dominated Annie's past and both of them vanished eight years ago. Since that fateful night, ambition has driven Annie to the top. Now at the peak of her success, she has everything she has ever wanted except love. And then one day love begins to stalk her . . . How is this connected to what happened eight years ago? What else does Annie's perfect façade hide? And, after all this time, will love bring about Annie's end?

In The Still of the Night

Author: Judith A. Carter

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1481710397

Category: Poetry

Page: 122

View: 4945


People are placed in our lives for a reason and for a season. Pray for discernment to know whom God wants you to hold on to, and who to let go at their appointed time. For to hold on to them any longer than God intened is going against His will!

In the Still of the Night

Author: Bobbie Sue Messer

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557024145

Category:

Page: 175

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Bobbie needed a way to release all the feelings that she held inside. She never found it easy to talk to anyone, so she started to write. After her first poem she realized that she felt so much better. From that moment on she spent most of her time putting her feelings into poems. Take a moment to journey inside this poets heart, to see what she writes in the still of the night. In this book you will find many poems on depression, love, heartache, religion, songs, funny poems and poems about her personal life. In this book you will come to know Bobbie and the things that causes her life to be hectic, happy, fun and painful.

The Still of Night (A Rush of Wings Book #2)

Author: Kristen Heitzmann

Publisher: Bethany House

ISBN: 9781585588060

Category: Fiction

Page: 428

View: 6893


Kristen Heitzmann's characters leap from the page with a balance of strength and fragility as they face anguish from the past. Jill and Morgan, once high school sweethearts, had loved and lost--each other and the baby whom Jill gave up at birth. Years later, Morgan is outwardly successful, but he is still haunted by the memory of the tiny child. And then Jill shows up again in his life with very disturbing news. With her trademark dramatic storytelling, Heitzmann takes readers on an unforgettable journey with two wounded souls as they struggle toward healing and restoration.

"The Gospel According to the Lamb's Bride"

Author: Barbara Ann Mary Mack

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1467837156

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 696

View: 322


"The Gospel According To The Lamb's Bride" consists of the compilation of ten books, written by the author within the past five years. The author refers to this book as a "Bible," because it consists of a spiritual dialogue between the author and Almighty God. "The Gospel According To The Lamb's Bride," consists of prophetic utterancesthat were conveyed to the author, by God. Barbara speaking to Jesus, the Lamb of God My Lord, I thank You, for allowing your bride (Barbara) the opportunity to share in the agony that You experienced, when You walked among Your children. O Holy Spouse of mine, you have graced me with the privilege to share in the agony, that comes with being the wife of the wounded Lamb of God. You have blessed me with divine strength, so that I will endure the suffering that accompanies my mission of Love. O gracious spouse of mine, shine on your chosen bride, so that I will have the strength to withstand the agony, that follows me to my destination with you. God, the father, speaking of his brides (Barbara) exit from heaven 5. Let the Gates of Heaven open wide as you exit, My daughter. Let the Heavens sound its trumpets as you exit, My love. Let the doors to Paradise open wide as you exit,

In the Still of the Knight

Author: John G. Hartness

Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

ISBN: 1611946530

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 8016


The EPIC Award Winning Series The bodies are piling up! Murders are happening outside Charlotte's hottest nightspots. A new vampire society has set up shop in the sewers. And Jimmy Black's about to run afoul of the Master of the City. If Jimmy weren't already a vampire, the week ahead would be the death of him. Between murder, monsters, pesky vampire ethics, and territorial disputes, Jimmy is about to discover how far he's willing to go to save the world and one friend's soul. There are no easy choices, even for vampire geeks. The boys are back with all-new monsters to battle, puzzles to unravel, and asses to kick in this fifth volume of the award-winning The Black Knight Chronicles series. John Hartness is the author of EPIC-Award-winning The Black Knight Chronicles from Bell Bridge Books, a comedic urban fantasy series that answers the eternal question "Why aren't there more fat vampires?" He is also the creator of the comic horror Bubba the Monster Hunter series, and the creator and co-editor of the Big Bad series of horror anthologies. In 2015 John debuted a new dark fantasy series featuring Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter.

Reflections in a Curved Glass

Author: Jack Dawson

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 1598581473

Category: Fiction

Page: 464

View: 8005


Palmer Bullock has made a good life for himself. All of his many accomplishments have been based on his very high and rigid principles and his rules of ethical conduct. Some would think such a life grueling and unrewarding, but for Palmer, it is the easy way; rewarding in its certainty and pleasing to his sense of right and wrong. He has a good law practice, a generous gentleman's farm, a pretty wife, a son, and a daughter. Then, one remote act sets in motion a chain of events which, like cascading dominos falling one upon the next, upsets his entire world: his confidence in his rules of life, his confidence in his self-control and self-determination, and his belief in himself as a good man. The story of Palmer's fall includes passion overriding reason, questionable business dealings, a haunting injustice from the distant past, and the friendship of a lifetime. Jack Dawson, the author, was born in October of 1940, in Bainbridge, Georgia-a still-small town, in the southeastern part of the state, split evenly by the sleepy and serene Flint River-and grew up in Valdosta, Georgia, where he graduated high school in 1958. Being young and without sufficient direction or initiative to pursue an education, he joined the U. S. Navy and enjoyed nearly four years of great adventure at sea. This was in the day when all healthy males did their time in service to their country; sooner or later; by joining voluntarily, through the path to gentleman-hood offered by the ROTC in college, or by draft. After finishing his militarily obligation and being released from active duty, and having gained an immeasurably greater sense of maturity and personal responsibility, he decided to pursue a college education. He studied for a year at a local college, making the dean's list in order to offset his abysmal high school academic record, before he was then accepted at Georgia Tech, in Atlanta, where he majored in aerospace engineering. During his junior year, he, just by chance, took a ride with a friend in a two seat air plane; and his life would never the same. He quit school after finishing his junior year and, after applying was hired by a major airline to work in the engineering department, all the while learning to fly and building hours and, at night, earning a degree in Mathematics. Eventually, he was transferred to Flight Operations where he flew the big jets until retirement in 1999. He then moved to remote region of the West Virginia mountains, where he began to write in earnest. An urge to write had always been in the back of his head, kept there by the many obligations, necessary and otherwise, of day to day living. Soon, through the auspices of a new found friend, a sporting magazine writer, he was writing a weekly column for a local newspaper, and, aside from that, began writing a novel and converting some of his columns into short stories The writing of the short stories, he found, provided an interlude in his writing of the novel which allowed the characters therein to decide what they were going to do.