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Crimson Shore

by Douglas Preston Lincoln Child

A secret chamber.A mysterious shipwreck.A murder in the desolate salt marshes.A seemingly straightforward private case turns out to be much more complicated-and sinister-than Special Agent A.X.L. Pendergast ever could have anticipated.Pendergast, together with his ward Constance Greene, travels to the quaint seaside village of Exmouth, Massachusetts, to investigate the theft of a priceless wine collection. But inside the wine cellar, they find something considerably more disturbing: a bricked-up niche that once held a crumbling skeleton. Pendergast and Constance soon learn that Exmouth is a town with a very dark and troubled history, and this skeleton may be only the first hint of an ancient transgression, kept secret all these years. But they will discover that the sins of the past are still very much alive. Local legend holds that during the 1692 witch trials in Salem, the real witches escaped, fleeing north to Exmouth and settling deep in the surrounding salt marshes, where they continued to practice their wicked arts. Then, a murdered corpse turns up in the marshes. The only clue is a series of mysterious carvings. Could these demonic symbols bear some relation to the ancient witches' colony, long believed to be abandoned?A terrible evil lurks beneath the surface of this sleepy seaside town-one with deep roots in Exmouth's grim history. And it may be that Constance, with her own troubled past, is the only one who truly comprehends the awful danger that she, Pendergast, and the residents of Exmouth must face . . .

Crimson Snow

by Martin Edwards

Crimson Snow brings together a dozen vintage crime stories set in winter. Welcome to a world of Father Christmases behaving oddly, a famous fictional detective in a Yuletide drama, mysterious tracks in the snow, and some very unpleasant carol singers. There's no denying that the supposed season of goodwill is a time of year that lends itself to detective fiction. On a cold night, it's tempting to curl up by the fireside with a good mystery. And more than that, claustrophobic house parties, with people cooped up with long-estranged relatives, can provide plenty of motives for murder. Including forgotten stories by major writers such as Margery Allingham, as well as classic tales by less familiar crime novelists, each story in this selection is introduced by the leading expert on classic crime, Martin Edwards. The resulting volume is an entertaining and atmospheric compendium of wintry delights.

A Crimson Warning (Lady Emily Mysteries)

by Tasha Alexander

<p>Secrets prove deadly in this new novel from Tasha Alexander featuring Lady Emily Hargreaves. Some very prominent people in London are waking up to find their doorsteps smeared with red paint, the precursor to the revelation of a dark secret – and worse – by someone who enjoys destroying lives <p>Newly returned to her home in Mayfair, Lady Emily Hargreaves is looking forward to enjoying the delights of the season. The delights, that is, as defined by her own eccentricities―reading The Aeneid, waltzing with her dashing husband, and joining the Women's Liberal Federation in the early stages of its campaign to win the vote for women. But an audacious vandal disturbs the peace in the capital city, splashing red paint on the neat edifices of the homes of London's elite. This mark, impossible to hide, presages the revelation of scandalous secrets, driving the hapless victims into disgrace, despair and even death. Soon, all of London high society is living in fear of learning who will be the next target, and Lady Emily and her husband, Colin, favorite agent of the crown, must uncover the identity and reveal the motives of the twisted mind behind it all before another innocent life is lost.</p>

Crippen: A Novel of Murder

by John Boyne

Buried under the flagstones are the remains of Cora Crippen, former music-hall singer and wife of Dr. Hawley Crippen. No one would have thought Dr. Crippen capable of murder, yet the doctor and his mistress have disappeared from London.


by Katie Roskams Glenn Evens

"Crippled" is a thrilling novel about the aftermath of the Cold War in Germany, and the way in which it affected the lives of Maria Garchow, Alfred Zomer and Günther Bromst in a horrific way. The novel is already available in Dutch and English, and will also be translated into Brazilian Portuguese as well as Spanish.

Las criptas del Edén

by Juan Manuel Baquero Vázquez Rick Jones

Descripción del libro: En el sureste de Turquía, en la zona donde una vez confluyeron los cauces de cuatro grandes ríos, se descubre enterrado bajo las arenas del desierto un fantástico templo erigido hace más de 14.000 años. Aunque creían que había sido construido por algún tipo de tecnología perdida a lo largo de la historia, un grupo de arqueólogos pronto descubre que se trata de la pieza central del Jardín del Edén, el hogar de una insigne civilización y la cuna de toda la humanidad. Pero, ¿y si el Edén no es el Paraíso que describen los textos sagrados? ¿Y si en realidad ocultase secretos oscuros y profanos horrores? Cuando la arqueóloga Alyssa Moore y su equipo de expertos descubren la verdad de los comienzos del hombre, se percatan de que los secretos más ocultos del verdadero origen del hombre yacen bajo las criptas de este templo. Sin embargo, la verdad de su búsqueda no se esconde tras los peligros y los pozos sin fondo ocultos durante milenios... Algo se esconde entre las laberínticas sombras y los pasadizos del templo.


by Robin Cook

Robin Cook, el inventor del thriller médico, revela en esta novela el lado más oscuro de la profesión. Cuatro días antes de casarse, Jack Stapleton, médico forense de Nueva York, recibe una llamada desesperada de su hermana: su marido, médico prestigioso, va a ser procesado por negligencia profesional y necesita su ayuda. A pesar de la mala relación que mantiene con su hermana y la poca simpatía que le inspira su arrogante y frío cuñado, Jack viaja a Boston con la intención de pasar solo un día allí. Sin embargo, el caso es mucho más complicado de lo que imaginaba. Aun sabiendo que pone su propia boda en juego, Jack reclama la exhumación del cadáver del paciente que supuestamente murió a causa del descuido de su cuñado. Jack está trabajando a contrarreloj para salvar al marido de su hermana de esta acusación cuando descubre algo que jamás hubiera podido imaginar... Reseña:«Realmente nadie sabe hacer thrillers médicos como Cook.»Daily Mirror

The Crisis (A Dan Lenson Novel #12)

by David Poyer

The cries come on the wind, on the blowing dust. They're high, exultant, mingled with the grind of tires, the noisy honking of trucks. Then the killing begins. Years of drought and famine have brought Ashaara to the brink of murderous chaos. When the corrupt government falls, a charismatic young Islamic warlord known as Al-Maahdi begins an armed insurgency. As thousands of refugees stream toward makeshift camps, the United States intervenes to feed them, and to try to stabilize a strategically important region. Navy Commander Dan Lenson and his Tactical Analysis Group find themselves at the heart of the humanitarian mission. His team helps coordinate food and water supplies, manage massive port and inland logistics, and direct strikes against insurgents and pirates from the air, the sea, and on the ground. Dan is torn between the desperate plight of men, women, and children struggling to survive, and the brutal reality of fighting an invisible enemy whose ruthless tactics checkmate American might. Special Agent Aisha Ar-Rahim of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service meets with Al-Maahdi and his inner circle, hoping to negotiate a cease-fire. Meanwhile, United Nations--funded hydrologist Dr. Grainne O'Shea seeks a different path to peace, searching for a cache of underground water that can transform a ravaged land. But a devastating insurgent offensive and a massive hotel bombing that wipes out the last hope for democratic government make compromise impossible. With thousands of lives at stake and the humanitarian mission about to collapse, Dan-- along with SEAL master sniper Teddy Oberg-- has to scour a forbidding desert, find Al-Maahdi, and kill him... fast. Along with exciting action, espionage, and vividly described locales, The Crisis asks bigger questions too. What is our obligation to relieve the suffering of others? Should we risk American lives to rescue foreigners? And what should our grand strategy be in a part of the world that will be increasingly racked by drought, famine, and unrest in the decade ahead?

Crisis Four (Nick Stone #2)

by Andy Mcnab

He was ordered to track down a rogue colleague. Now British Intelligence agent Nick Stone and "runner" (and former lover) Sarah Greenwood have become the hunted, racing deeper into a dark, deadly conspiracy that will change the course of world events - and the lives of millions. With seventeen years of active service in the elite SAS force, Andy McNab writes from his own harrowing experiences. Packed with authentic procedural details, as relentless as a fast-burning fuse, Crisis Four is a thriller so gritty and real that you won't know where fact ends and fiction begins.

Crisis (Jack Stapleton / Laurie Montgomery #6)

by Robin Cook

When Dr. Craig Bowman is served with a summons for medical malpractice, he's shocked, enraged, and more than a little humiliated. A devoted physician who works continuously in the service of others, he endured grueling years of training and is now a partner in an exclusive concierge medical practice. No longer forced to see more and more patients while spending less and less time with each one just to keep his office door open, he now provides the kind of medical care he is trained to do, lavishing twenty-four-hour availability and personalized attention on his handpicked patients. And at last, he is earning a significant income, no longer burdened by falling reimbursements from insurance companies.But this idyllic practice comes to a grinding halt one sunny afternoon-and gets much, much worse. <P> Enter Dr. Jack Stapleton, a medical examiner in New York City and Bowman's brother-in-law: Jack's sister Alexis-now Craig's estranged wife-tearfully begs for his help as her husband's trial drags on. Jack agrees to travel to Boston to offer his forensic services and expert witness experience to Craig's beleaguered defense attorney. But when Jack's irreverent suggestion to exhume the corpse to disprove the alleged malpractice is taken seriously, he opens a Pandora's box of trouble. As Craig Bowman's life and career are put on the line, Jack is on the verge of making a most unwelcome discovery of tremendous legal and medical significance-and there are people who will do anything to keep him from learning the truth.

Crisis Nation

by Don Pendleton

When American military personnel are found beheaded in the swamps of Puerto Rico, Mack Bolan boards a plane and lands in a political revolution. As the streets of San Juan turn bloody, he suspects someone outside the country is running the show and the gangs behind the military slaughter are simple pawns in a much more complex game. After Bolan almost loses his own head in a midnight ax attack, an ambush sends some of his team to hospital. He decides it's time to take the war to the enemy--even if it means bringing down his own version of the apocalypse. Because when it comes to settling scores, the Executioner is the one wielding the ax.

Crisis Point

by Don Pendleton

A group of terrorists has infiltrated into the United States and is in possession of a well-kept secret--the location and function of Stony Man Farm. Mack Bolan, after learning of the group and its mission, knows that a former employee at the farm or a high-level Washington official has leaked the information and trusts nobody--not even the president. His task is to eliminate the terrorists and silence the leak before any attention can be focused on the farm and the top secret missions performed by its staff. Violence. 200th novel in the "Executioner" series, 1995.

A Crispy Slice of Murder (Book 21 in Papa Pacelli's Pizzeria Series)

by Patti Benning

It's a new year, and Eleanor Pacelli is looking forward to making it her best one yet. In a couple of weeks she'll be marrying the man of her dreams, and her best friend is just months away from welcoming her first child into the world. Ellie's storybook life comes crashing to a halt when her soon-to-be brother in law goes missing. When she receives a note from the kidnapper, she has only hours to meet his demands. If the young bride-to-be makes one mistake, James might pay for it with his life.

Criss Cross

by Evie Rhodes

A fresh new voice in speculative fiction, Evie Rhodes crafted her debut novel, Expired, as a roller coaster ride of terror, wildly inventive, and ultimately, a well-tuned morality tale of our chaotic times. Now, the award-winning gospel songwriter presents of story of shapes and shadows. . . Homicide detective Micah Jordan-Wells has seen the worst humanity has to offer on the mean streets of Newark, New Jersey. He's earned himself high-profile celebrity status by catching more murderers than he cares to remember. None were as bad as the serial killer known as Silky, whose death relieved a city of one of its worst nightmares. But Micah's nightmares are just beginning. A new predator stalks the streets, tearing through prey like a riptide and laying the blame at Micah's feet. Accused of murder, under suspicion by officers in his own precinct, and tormented by visions of the victims' brutal slayings, Micah finds himself enslaved to the cruel manipulations of an unfathomable mind--one that's inexplicably linked to his own. It began the day Micah was born. His arrival opened a portal between worlds--a passageway between the real and unreal, reason and madness, light and darkness--and within the realm of Criss Cross. . . Praise for Expired Expired has all the attributes of a classic novel. Evie Rhodes has skillfully demonstrated her ability to survive and stand out in the crowded world of literary fiction. ---Pamela Walker-Williams, PageTurner. net A haunting hybrid of Bram Stoker's mythical monster blended with the social and spiritual concerns of James Baldwin. . . often terrifying, harrowing, finely written with more than a few soul-numbing frights. ---Robert Fleming, author of Havoc After Dark: Tales of Terror A fascinating thriller, spiced with mystery and teeming with suspense and unexpected revelations. Expired will keep you flipping pages to very end. ---Brandon Massey, award-winning author of Dark Corner

The Crisscross Crime

by Franklin W. Dixon

Bank alarms are going off all over Bayport, but the robberies are actually happening at banks on the other side of town. The Hardys realize that the crooks are using a crisscross plan as a diversion, but what they don't realize is that the heist is much bigger than they had imagined.

Crisscross (Repairman Jack #7)

by F. Paul Wilson

7th in the Repairman Jack series.

Cristales Sanadores: Evidencia Científica

by Silvana Borghi Walter Parks

He escuchado toda mi vida sobre la sanación por cristales pero siempre lo consideré pura charlatanería. Un amigo, creyente él, me pidió que echara un vistazo y encontrara la base científica de esta terapia. Al haber cursado una carrera en ingeniería aeroespacial, él pensó que, seguramente podría encontrar la base científica de algo que él cree tan fuertemente. Sentí que tenía que comprobarlo por mi amigo. Me di cuenta de que cualquier base científica para la sanación a través de cristales tendría que requerir algún tipo de intercambio de energía entre el cristal y nuestro cuerpo. He evaluado varios tipos de cristales y encontré que la amatista tenía el mejor campo de energía mensurable con la mayoría de los datos disponibles. Sabía debido a la famosa ecuación de Einstein E = MC2 que nuestros cuerpos son básicamente dos tipos de matrices: una de materia (M) que es nuestra carne y hueso y otra de energía (E) que tiene un campo electromagnético cuantificable. (C es la velocidad de la luz). Sabía que los defensores de curación por cristales llamaban aura a este campo. El objetivo básico entonces era encontrar un mecanismo que permita a nuestros cuerpos recibir una transmisión energética desde un cristal radiante. He leído sobre los Vedas de la antigua religión hindú y he aprendido sobre sus creencias respecto de los chakras y en especial del Chakra llamado el Tercer Ojo. He investigado este tercer ojo y aprendí que nuestros antepasados, de hecho, tenían un tercer ojo que podía percibir frecuencias de vibraciones del entorno. Algunas criaturas primitivas que aún viven hoy en día lo tienen. Investigaciones posteriores revelaron que el tercer ojo de nuestros antepasados había evolucionado a nuestra glándula pineal actual. Investigué entonces que nuestra glándula pineal segrega una hormona que se ha convertido en el conduc

Cristaloterapia; Evidência Científica

by Patrícia Pinto Walter Parks

A Evidência Científica prova que a Cristaloterapia funciona. Tenho ouvido falar de Cristaloterapia durante toda a minha vida, mas assumi que era charlatanismo. Um amigo meu, que era um crente, pediu-me para fazer uma investigação e para tentar encontrar uma base científica para a Cristaloterapia. A minha carreira profissional é a de Engenheiro Aeroespacial, por isso ele pensou que eu seria capaz de encontrar a base científica para algo em que ele acreditava com tanto afinco. Senti que tinha que fazer esse favor ao meu bom amigo. Percebi que qualquer uma que fosse a base científica para a Cristaloterapia iria requer algum tipo de troca de energia, entre o cristal e o nosso corpo humano. Avaliei vários tipos de cristais e descobri que a ametista tinha o melhor campo de energia mensurável e um maior número de dados mais disponíveis. Já sabia, a partir da famosa equação do Einstein E = MC2 que os nossos corpos são, basicamente, dois tipos de matrizes: uma é a matéria (M), que é a nossa carne e os ossos, e a outra é a energia (E), que tem um campo eletromagnético mensurável. C é a velocidade da luz. Também sabia que os defensores da Cristaloterapia chamam a esse campo de aura. O objetivo básico era, então, encontrar um mecanismo que permitisse aos nossos corpos receber uma transmissão de energia, vinda das irradiações de um cristal. Li artigos sobre os Vedas, da antiga religião hindu, e aprendi mais sobre as suas crenças, sobre os chacras e, especialmente, que chamavam ao chacra de terceiro olho. Estive a fazer investigações sobre esse terceiro olho e aprendi que os nossos ancestrais, de fato, tinham um terceiro olho que podia captar as vibrações do seu meio ambiente. Algumas criaturas primitivas, que ainda estão hoje vivas nos nossos dias, têm terceiros olhos. As investigações posteriores revelaram que o Terceiro Olho dos nossos antepassados

El Cristo del Ayer: Génesis

by Jeff Coulter Ricardo Alvarado

El Dr. Raj Hadaad arriesga la amistad de sus amigos y su carrera para encontrar la verdad de lo que sucedio en el principio de los tiempos.

The Critic (The\enzo Files #2 Ser. #2)

by Peter May

In the wine-making region of Gaillac, in southwest France, a terrible crime has been committed that shows a flair for the dramatic. The body of Gil Petty, America's most celebrated wine critic, is found strung up in a vineyard, dressed in the ceremonial robes of the Order of the Divine Bottle and pickled in wine. For forensic expert Enzo Macleod, the key to this unsolved murder lies in decoding Petty's mysterious reviews, which could make or break a vineyard's reputation. And as he digs deeper for the motivation behind the shocking crime, Macleod finds that beneath the tranquil façade of French viticulture lurks a back-stabbing community characterized by a deadly rivalry--and home to someone who is ready to stop him even if they have to kill again to halt the investigation.

Critical Condition

by Richard L. Mabry

IT WASSUPPOSED TO BE A QUIET DINNER PARTY WITH HER COLLEAGUES--NOT THESCENE OF A MURDER.But the murder of a stranger on herfront lawn is only the first in a string of events that have Dr. ShannonFrasier's life teetering on the edge of chaos. She's unable to make the deepercommitment her boyfriend deserves. Her sister shows up at her home needing aplace to stay but with no promise she'll remain sober. And her father isdiagnosed with cancer. Then Shannon's life stops teeteringand plunges into the abyss. Because the person behind the guttural voice on thephone wants to know what the stranger said before he died. And he won't stopuntil Shannon gives him the information he wants--even if she doesn't have it.He's coming for her. She's not surethe police on the case can be trusted. And her only hope of escape--for herselfand for those she loves--is to overcome her buried past.

Critical Condition (Dr. Richard Steele #2)

by Peter Clement

In the heat of a passionate encounter, ecstasy suddenly turns to terror for renowned geneticist and TV personality Dr. Kathleen Sullivan. Stricken by a brain hemorrhage, she is rendered completely paralyzed and speechless . . . but still utterly aware; a prisoner inside her own body. Kathleen is rushed to a Manhattan hospital, her chances of survival slim. Even if she pulls through, the likelihood that she'll sustain permanent brain damage is near one hundred percent. But neither outcome can compare to the insidious fate in store for her masterminded by the very people entrusted with saving her life. As her lover, ER chief Richard Steele, watches and waits for a miracle, Kathleen becomes a pawn in a clandestine plot that runs deeper than medical politics-and reaches into the highest echelons of power at New York City Hospital. Placed in the hands, and at the mercy, of revered Chief of Neurosurgery Dr. Tony Hamlin, Kathleen descends into a waking nightmare. Powerless to resist the sinister experiments she is subjected to, and unable to cry out for help, she must fight desperately to communicate her tortured, trapped thoughts to Steele-before her tormentors can carry their bizarre and potentially lethal work to its completion. Ruthlessly determined to achieve their goals, the secret cabal of ambitious physicians will go to any length to avoid discovery, defy the law, and make medical history at all costs . . . even the human life they are sworn to preserve. For anyone who has ever had a mortal fear of hospitals, and the sense of powerlessness that often transpires within their cold, sterile corridors, Peter Clement'sCritical Conditionwill provide chilling new nightmares-along with infectious suspense.

Critical Conditions

by Stephen White

From New York Times bestselling author Stephen White comes the sixth suspense thriller featuring psychologist Dr. Alan Gregory. Summoned to the hospital to learn the motives behind a teenage girl's suicide attempt, Alan discovers that the girl's young stepsister lies near death in another hospital with a heart disease. Denied an experimental new treatment that could save her life by her parent's managed-care provider, the stepsister has become a symbol of a health care system more concerned with costs than with the lives of its patients. And when a wealthy executive of the family's HMO is found dead, Alan and Denver detective Sam Purdy uncover the truth that links the teenage girl to his death, and the truth behind a family willing to kill in the name of love. . . and revenge. .

Critical Conditions (Alan Gregory Series #6)

by Stephen White

Once she launched jump shots and dreamed of her first date. Now she lies in a hospital bed, a beautiful girl on the verge of womanhood with enough drugs in her system to kill her. And Alan Gregory, a clinical psychologist who has seen the heights of hurrtan consciousness and the depths of human despair, sits beside her, even though she will not talk, holding her listless hand and wondering what went wrong-and why... In his new Alan Gregory novel, New York Times bestselling author Stephen White gives us his most electrifying and timely drama to date. Blending a riveting plot with acute insight and issues of national importance, Critical Conditions takes us on a spellbinding journey through a labyrinth of deception and murder-into a family's tragedy and one man's struggle to understand. Alan Gregory is called to the ICU before anyone knows the patient's name or what dark demons drove her to attempt suicide. But fifteen-year-old Merritt Strait is no ordinary depressed teenager. The daughter of a hard charging investigative reporter and a psychologist, she is also the stepsister of a little girl at the heart of a medical tragedy in the making. While Merritt clings to life in her hospital room, Chaney Strait lies near death in another hospital with an infection that is slowly destroying her heart.: Denied an experimental new treatment that could save her life by the Straits' managed-care provider, Chaney has become a symbol of a health care system driven by costs, not care. And Alan believes that somewhere along the way, Merritt has gotten lost in all the media attention surrounding her younger sibling. But as Merritt begins to recover, yet still refuses to speak, Alan suspects that something else may lie behind her suicide attempt. Then a wealthy executive of one of the family's is found dead ... and Alan and Denver detective Sam Purdy uncover shocking evidence that links Merritt to his death. With his wife, Boulder County DA Lauren Crowder, away helping her ailing mother at the risk of her own fragile health, Alan must sort through the most complex and elusive case of his career, along with his own feelings of loneliness, anger, and helplessness. More blood will be spilled and more lives destroyed before he uncovers a shattering truth about greed and callousness that kill, and how far people will go in the name of revenge ... and love.

Critical Diagnosis

by Alison Stone

HER PERSONAL PROTECTOR Researcher Dr. Lily McAllister has dedicated her life to finding a cure for a family disease and now, steps away from a promising new treatment, Lily is attacked. Only the training of army physician James O'Reilly can save her. As the would-be CEO of his family's pharmaceutical company, James's secret dream is to reenlist. But he can't leave Lily with a bull's-eye on her back. Nor can he stay and stop her from pursuing her goal. No one can, including the stalker who shadows her every move. Still, James has lost too many people he's loved-and this time he refuses to lose Lily.

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