An idealistic young man suffers a devastating childhood experience that uncovers a secret the leaders of his world are hiding from their people. This traumatic childhood memory compels him, years later, to risk his life and fight his government’s lies and oppressive laws so he can change his world and be with the girl he loves.
Lacey Monroe and Jake Jacobson were not childhood sweethearts. They couldn't be in the same room with each other before they started squabbling about something or other. They're
separated as teenagers, and then as adults they're thrown together again in a situation where they each have to have the other's back. The sparks start flying again, but they discover something is a little bit different.
The accident should have killed Rachel Evans. However, the actions of two men; one a doctor, the other, a drunk, will lead her down a path of discovery and deceit, towards a realization of hidden power and strength.
Behind A Pink Badge: A harrowing tale of a veteran police officer held captive by her enraged boyfriend, who ended the nine-hour ordeal in his suicide. In her compelling story, she shares her life and days leading up to that fateful night, even when painful to recount, and allows readers inside her world as it was turned upside down and her extensive police experience severely tested.
"How Dangerous is this Person?" identifies cues for potential violence, including profiles from mental health along with frustration-based aggression, bullying, cultural influences, substance abuse, psychosis, and special considerations. Key criteria are explained to formulate therapy, treatment, and intervention, including helping laypersons decide when to seek legal and professional assistance.
A story about the bonds of family and the consequences of personal revenge following the conflicts that erupt between a pack of wolves led by the Gatherer Palva, an outsider named Tir, and a renegade named Alanki. Characters deal with the struggle between the idealism of defense of weak loved ones and the reality of a world in which weakness is punished.
Kitty Genovese was murdered in 1964 in the Kew Gardens section of Queens, NY. Her death was unnecessary. Had any of 38 witnesses acted, i.e. calling police, subduing her attacker, she might have lived. Instead she was left to die near the entrance of her Austin Avenue apartment. She waged a terrific battle before she died. I have profiled her killer, Winston Moseley, from his roots in Alabama.
Val receives a calling card from a very dangerous boy who wants to play with her. It's a game without rules, logic, or consequence, and he'll stop at nothing to claim her as his—even if it means destroying them both.