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Items Per Page: 15 30 60 Year Newest Pub. Items - of Check box to include out-of-stock items. View: Grid List. Presented on 6 CDs with a runtime of 7. A former enlisted Airman who was retrained and sent back to investigate his former base We follow him through the exploits of his career. Israel Armstrong--the hapless duffle coat wearing, navel-gazing librarian who solves crimes and domestic problems whilst driving a mobile library around the north coast of Ireland--finds himself on the brink of thirty. But any celebration, planned or otherwise, must be put on hold when a troubled teenager--the daughter of a local politician--mysteriously vanishes.
Israel suspects the girl's disappearance has something to do with his lending her American Pastoral from the library's special "Unshelved" category. Now he has to find the lost teen before he's run out of town--while he attempts to recover from his recent breakup with his girlfriend, Gloria, and tries to figure out where in Tumdrum a Jewish vegetarian might celebrate his thirtieth birthday.
Easy Rawlins is trying to stay as far from crime and its consequences as a black man can in Los Angeles. But trouble still finds a way to his door. An old friend asks Easy to find his stepson, Brawly Brown, a good kid gone angry and missing. Too quickly Easy finds himself riding with a revolutionary group out to fight racism, dodging the police, who want to pin him for murder, and looking for the right kind of answers from the wrong kind of women.
Bad Business By Robert B. When Spenser is hired to conduct a surveillance job on an unfaithful husband, he discovers a second investigator, hired by the husband to look after his wife, in a case that embroils him with corporate corruption and murder. With his trademark knack for gut-busting laughter and head-splitting action, Joe R. Lansdale serves up a bubbling cauldron of murder and mayhem that only he could create. Hap Collins has just returned home from a gig working on an off shore oil rig. With a new perspective on life, Hap wants to change the way he's living, and shoot the straight and narrow.
That is until the man who stole Leonard Pine's boyfriend turns up headless in a ditch and Leonard gets fingered for the murder. Hap vows to clear Leonard's name, but things only get more complicated when Leonard's ex shows up dead. To the police it is just a matter of gay-biker infighting, but to Hap and Leonard murder is always serious business, and these hit a little to close to home. When Hitler's secret diary resurfaces, revealing a plot between the United States and Germany to join forces against the Soviet Union, White House operative Blake Johnson acts to secure the diary and keep it hidden.
Bad Country By C. Winner of the Tony Hillerman Prize and a finalist for the Edgar Award for Best First Novel, a debut mystery set in the Southwest starring a former rodeo cowboy turned private investigator, told in a transfixingly original style. He doesn't get many visitors in The Hole, but a body found near his home has drawn police attention to his front door. Retired from the rodeo circuit and scraping by on piecework as a bounty hunter, warrant server, and divorce snoop, Rodeo doesn't have much choice but to say yes when offered an unusual case. An elderly Indian woman from his own Reservation has hired him to help discover who murdered her grandson, but she seems strangely uninterested in the results.
Her attitude seems heartless, but as Rodeo pursues interrelated cases, he learns that the old woman's indifference is nothing compared to true hatred, and aligned against a variety of creative and cruel foes, the hard-pressed PI is about to discover just how far hate can go. With confident, accomplished prose, McKenzie captures the rough-and-tumble outer reaches of the Southwest in a transfixingly original style that transcends the traditional crime novel.
Traveling to Wisconsin when a family member with gambling problems is threatened and then implicated in a murder, Stella investigates numerous alternate suspects including the victim's business partner, a purveyor of black-market Botox and a jilted violinist. Adding to the chaos, the tornado destroys the snack shack at the demolition derby track, pulling up the concrete and unearthing a woman's body. The main suspect for the dumping is Neb Donovan. Years ago, Neb's wife asked Stella for help getting him sober. Stella doesn't believe the gentle man could kill any woman, and she promises his frantic wife she'll look into it.
Former client Chrissy Shaw, now fully employed at Stella's sewing shop, helps with snooping around as Stella must negotiate with the unpredictable Brandy and the dangerously alluring sheriff. This is the thrilling sequel to Sophie Littlefield's award-winning debut featuring Stella Hardesty, one of the most applauded and exciting new heroines in crime fiction today. Blackmailed by a businesswoman to dispose of a dead body, vigilante Stella Hardesty is implicated in the woman's subsequent disappearance and travels to Kansas City for answers, only to discover a series of killings tied to a corrupt judge.
An abuse survivor who helps battered women escape from their abusive husbands, Stella Hardesty assists a woman whose ne'er-do-well husband has run off with their two-year-old, a situation for which Stella must risk her own life to recover the boy. Ostracized by reporters for her anti-social temperament, hard-working camerawoman Lilly gets an assignment filming a local crime scene and achieves the biggest scoop of her career before her video is sabotaged and she is attacked by two police officers.
A first novel. Life is hard enough without having to dredge up old problems: his beloved football team continues to lose, the odds on his latest plunge at the track seem far too long and he's still cooking for one.
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Inspector Konrad Sejer confronts his own fears and memories while investigating the work of a serial killer who is throwing his victims into local Scandinavian lakes. When a blizzard descends on the coast, Bowditch iscalled to the rustic cabin of a terrified couple. A raving and halffrozenman has appeared at their door, claiming his friend is lostin the storm.
But what starts as a rescue mission in the wildernesssoon becomes a baffling murder investigation. The dead man is anotorious drug dealer, and state police detectives suspect it washis own friend who killed him. The boy seems to know something aboutwhat really happened in the blizzard, but he is keeping his secretslocked in a cryptic notebook, and Mike fears for the safety of thestrange child. Alone and outgunned,Bowditch turns for assistance to his old friend, the legendarybush pilot Charley Stevens.
But in this snowbound landscape—where smugglers wage blood feuds by night—help seems veryfar away indeed. If Bowditch is going to catch a killer, he mustsurvive on his own wits and discover strength he never knew hepossessed. From a helicopter high above the empty California desert, a man is sent free-falling into the night…. In Chicago, a woman learns that an elite team of ex—army investigators is being hunted down one by one And on the streets of Portland, Jack Reacher—soldier, cop, hero—is pulled out of his wandering life by a code that few other people could understand.
A decade postmilitary, Reacher has an ATM card and the clothes on his back—no phone, no ties, and no address. But now a woman from his old unit has done the impossible. From Chicago, Frances Neagley finds Reacher, using a signal only the eight members of their elite team of army investigators would know.
She tells him a terrifying story—about the brutal death of a man they both served with.
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Soon Reacher is reuniting with the survivors of his old team, scrambling to raise the living, bury the dead, and connect the dots in a mystery that is growing darker by the day. For now, Reacher can only react. To every sound. Every suspicion. Every scent and every moment. Then Reacher will trust the people he once trusted with his life—and take this thing all the way to the end. From a helicopter high above the California desert, a man is sent free-falling into the night. Reacher has no phone, no address, no ties. But a woman from his former military unit has found him using a signal only the eight members of their elite team would know.
Then she tells him about the brutal death of one of their own. Soon they learn of the sudden disappearance of two other comrades. But Reacher won't give up—because in a world of bad luck and trouble, when someone targets Jack Reacher and his team, they'd better be ready for what comes right back at them. For ten years now, Jack Reacher has been virtually untraceable, but then, Frances Neagley, a woman from his past, tracks him down using a signal only the eight members of their elite team of army investigators would know.
One of their team has been brutally murdered and two others have suddenly gone missing. Now, the survivors of Jack's old team must regain their unwavering trust in each other to track the killer and find the truth, before someone else ends up dead. And unfortunately for the killer, Reacher and his team are hungry for revenge.
A former FBI agent-turned-special investigator for the native police force on the Navajo Reservation, Ella Clah plunges into the investigation of the murder of Senator Yellowhair's daughter, testing Ella's loyalty to her people. Bad Memory By Robert N. Anticipating his retirement from the Key West Police, Andrew Yancy tackles a murder case involving a human arm in his freezer, an investigation that pits him against a twitchy widow, a clueless real estate developer and a voodoo witch with a string of hapless lovers.nvesdeflesiter.ml/humor-en-el-teatro-barroco-temas-literarios-n.php
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By the best-selling author of Star Island. Bad Moon Rising By V. When the young basketball star and his drug addicted mother disappear without a trace, the boy's ailing grandmother begs a reluctant Casey to find him before she dies. But even the normally unflappable Casey Jones is thrown for a loop when she discovers evidence of a murder in their wake and uncovers the shocking secret about the identity of the boy's father. When the case gets very personal, Casey has a difficult time separating her professional and personal judgment — with disastrous results that put her freedom at peril and endanger the boy's well-being.
In this sixth Casey Jones mystery, kick-ass PI Casey is back with her trademark irreverence and a cast of supporting characters her fans have come to love including her whale-sized boss Bobby D, the ever intrepid Marcus Dupree, Bill Butler, an old country boy flame and a new man in uniform who may just eclipse them all in Casey's heart. Bad Moon On The Rise offers readers plenty of action, plenty of humor and plenty for Casey fans to enjoy.
From Publishers Weekly:Raleigh, N. Her current beau, a cop, is berating her for agreeing to look for evidence that could overturn a woman's death sentence. The woman supposedly killed her husband, another cop. Not only does Casey run smack into several police departments who won't help her, but someone tries to kill her. And whenever she seems close to getting a break on the case, she turns up near a dead body and the police are certain she's involved. All the while, Casey tries to fortify herself with doughnuts, fried chicken and just about anything else, at least until she can sort out her case and her love life.
Casey's size and tough manner belie her Southern roots; in fact, she wants a man to wait on her and woo her but only on her terms. Staging a demonstration of his latest worst-case scenario phobia for his family, paranoid writer Zack Walker inadvertently finds himself in possession of a stolen purse and must find a connection between its contents, a dead environmentalist, and real estate thugs--before his wife gets home from work. After repeatedly waking up in strange places and not knowing how he arrived there, Frank Pollard enlists the help of Nick and Julie Dakota, a husband-and-wife detective team, to watch where he goes in his sleep.
The election campaign for sheriff in the small southwestern town of Bernalillo, NewMexico, has gotten so out-of-hand that one of the two candidates ends up dead. His rival, Sheriff Tom Green, is immediately considered suspect number one. Sister Agatha is convinced her good friend -and friend to the monastery- is innocent. Now, it is up to Sister Agatha to launch her own investigation. Meanwhile, the monastery itself faces a financial crisis.
With chaos and danger all around her, Sister Agatha must do whatever it takes to solve these tricky problems. Bad Things Happen By M. In the hopes of escaping his violent past, David Loogan decidd to establish a new life for himself in the quiet town of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Soon, David befriends mystery magazine publisher Tom Kristoll and accepts a job as an editor despite the affair he is having with Tom's wife, Laura. Then, Tom turns up dead, and detective Elizabeth Waishkey is assigned the case. Everywhere Waishkey looks, she sees suspects. She doesn't know whether she can trust David who seems to have motives of his own and a mysterious background.
As the bodies pile up, Waishkey feels the pressure building to find the murderer before it's too late. In his thirty years with the Lancashire constabulary, Henry Christie has never known a case like this. Unexpectedly stepping into a blood-soaked turf war raging between two local crime families, Henry soon finds himself slap-bang in the middle of a violent situation where his own life is also on the line.
The mystery of 'Lost' continues with this captivating manuscript from one of the victims of Oceanic Flight Paul Artisan is a private detective who lives his life hunting down society's most depraved characters. When socialite Clifford Widmore comes to our trusty P. The closer he comes to finding answers, the more danger his life is in.
Undeterred, Artisan descends into the underworld and uncovers some of the most horrific secrets known to man. A captivating mystery that will leave you guessing until the last page, 'Bad Twin' is another classic from an author whose time on this earth was cut far too short. She looked at herself in the mirror, touched her fingertips to the little red hood on her head, and laughed. The dress was a real dirndl, with a short skirt and apron. Papa had plaited her hair into two braids, and she really looked exactly like Little Red Riding Hood in her fairy-tale book.
He always brought presents—it was a secret that she and Papa shared, because he never brought anything for the others. Only for her. She was his favorite. The door opened, and she uttered a frightened cry when she saw the wolf.
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But then she had to laugh. How lovely it was that she was the only one to share this secret with Papa. Too bad she could never remember anything afterward. On a hot June day, the body of a sixteen-year-old girl washes up on a riverbank outside of Frankfurt. She has been brutally murdered and shows signs of long-term abuse, but no one comes forward with any information as to her identity. Even weeks later, the local police have not been able to find out who she is. Then a new case comes in: A popular television host is attacked, raped, and locked in the trunk of her own car.
As the two cases collide, Inspectors Pia Kirchhoff and Oliver von Bodenstein dig deep into the past and underneath the veneer of bourgeois society to come up against a terrible secret that is about to impact their personal lives as well. It is almost too late for a person very close to Pia before she and Oliver finally track down the big bad wolf. Casey's big and bad, with attitude to match her altitude. Especially when she's been double-crossed. At first, Casey proves a sucker for the fragile blonde who claims her estranged husband has disappeared with their child.
The three decide to cover up the murder by moving Danny's body. John eventually sets a boat on fire to create an explosion that would frame Danny's death. Unsatisfied with what she is told, Sally turns to family friend and retired detective Lenny Potts to privately investigate the matter. In the aftermath of Danny's death, Meg moves to New York City to take a job with a large firm; Kevin reunites with his estranged wife, Belle, who is now pregnant with their child; and John reunites with his family.
The season ends with the arrival of Danny's son, Nolan, at John's home to find out what happened to his father. Danny's death continues to haunt the Rayburn family. Wayne Lowry confronts John, claiming to have a tape of John's history that could be used as blackmail against him. Nolan and his mother arrive at the Rayburn house and meet Sally to discuss Danny.
Through Nolan and Eve, the Rayburns learn more about Danny's past, including his asking Robert to borrow some money for his restaurant. Robert made him choose between that or his continuing to send money to Eve for Nolan's support. Ozzy, an old friend of Danny's from Miami, has gotten involved with Eve and works with her to appeal Meg's cancellation after her father's death of the payments to Eve for child support of Nolan. John tries to get the tape off Lowry by telling him to turn himself in so that the DEA can arrest his contacts and his family will be protected.
Lowry ends up about to do it but backs down due to Kevin giving back some of the drugs Danny had. Lowry is killed by the father of one of the victims killed when he blew up a boat containing people they were trafficking. While John runs for Sheriff, Marco gets closer to find Danny's killer. Marco, who used to have a relationship with Meg, grows to resent the Rayburn family for lying and telling contradictory stories.
Kevin murders Marco. Following Marco's murder, Kevin seeks Roy Gilbert's help to cover up the murder. Gilbert engineers a plan that frames O'Bannon for the murder, but Kevin nearly loses his life in the process. The impending trial creates further rifts within the Rayburn clan; Meg vanishes, Kevin becomes further ensnared in Gilbert's shady machinations, and John is increasingly consumed by guilt for Danny's death. Meg goes and hides in Los Angeles. Ozzy kills himself after getting captured by Gilberts's men prior to Gilbert's apparent death from a heart attack.
Sally reveals the truth about the Rayburns past of hiding secrets. O'Bannon loses the trial and ends up in jail. Kevin gets arrested for smuggling drugs for Gilbert. Sally confesses to hating John and Kevin, and that Danny was her favorite. John confesses to Nolan about Danny. Bloodline was announced in October as part of a partnership between Netflix and Sony Pictures Television , representing Netflix's first major deal with a major film studio for a television series. According to its official synopsis released by Netflix, Bloodline "centers on a close-knit family of four adult siblings whose secrets and scars are revealed when their black sheep brother returns home.
The writing trio settled on the theme of family as they tried to determine what their next project would look like. According to Zelman,. Over the years we've found ourselves talking a lot about family and how family dynamics have changed — or not changed — as we've gotten older. And because we all come from families with three sons, we recognize the roles we play.
It's something we'd been talking about. So the thought was, why not try to mine some of that in our creative life? They settled on a family-thriller genre, set in the Florida Keys, which explored the ghost of the past in family role formation. The pitch was attractive to a number of outlets before Netflix landed the drama as a hour season to launch all at once — a structural advantage very important to the show's creators.
The creators were intrigued by the idea of casting Kyle Chandler , whose on-screen persona in Friday Night Lights was warm and inviting, to play the ostensibly noble but deeply flawed John Rayburn. They met with Chandler in Austin, Texas , and pitched the part. We're not quite sure if this is going to work the way we're doing it, but we want to try to create this family dynamic we're aware of and create this family around it'", he recalled. I didn't know what would happen with it or where it could go But I was like, I'm in. Ben Mendelsohn was the only actor whom the producers met with for the role of Danny Rayburn; they found his combination of intellect and acting ability perfectly suited to the part.
Glenn Kessler was grateful for Netflix's hands-off approach to the decision, explaining, "They very much supported us finding the best actor that we thought could play the role. According to Chandler, "[Mendelsohn]'s so easy to work with. And yet, he's tricky — when you're working with him, [psychologically] there's so much going on. Linda Cardellini and Norbert Leo Butz secured their parts as siblings Meg and Kevin Rayburn, respectively, through meetings with the creators. According to Kessler, Sissy Spacek and Sam Shepard were described prior to casting as the "dream" actors they'd want to play the Rayburn parents.
A Damages fan, Spacek signed on after the cast started coming together, explaining, "There's so much good work coming out of television. I wanted to be a part of it. The second season features the additions of John Leguizamo and Andrea Riseborough as series regulars, both playing characters from Danny's past. Glenn Kessler said,. The DNA of the show is such that the past is always with us", and, "We're going to learn more about Danny's effect on the family and more about his past, and also what his effects are in the present day. When we first hired him, it was for more than the first season.
Todd A. Kessler described why they shot the show on location in the Florida Keys :. We looked at several places and realized there is no place quite like the Keys and the color of the water and being outside and it really feeling like paradise and then having this kind of underbelly of what's going on underneath it. The creators acknowledged Crime and Punishment as a major narrative influence for what they described as a hour movie.
As Todd Kessler explained,. The tagline that we use for promotion — "We're not bad people, but we did a bad thing" — is very much the fabric of the series. The first season just gets us to the starting line. The show favors a mix of classic noir and hyper-realism in its look. Cinematographer Jaime Reynoso said, "he never saw [ Bloodline ] as a TV show", finding the all-at-once Netflix model useful in filming the series as if it were a shorter film. He explained, "The concept the writers had was they wanted it hyper-realistic, almost documentary style. In September , Vulture.
Despite receiving tax credits for shooting in Florida, shooting in the Florida Keys was costly. The high production cost is cited as one of the reasons for cancellation, despite positive reviews and award nominations. Kessler said: "We decided to set the show there It makes things more difficult". Critics received the first three episodes of Bloodline for initial review, and reception was positive—the season received a score of 75 out of based on 31 reviews on Metacritic. Several critics gave especially positive reviews.
Ken Tucker of Yahoo! TV called it a "twisty mood piece Debate ensued among some critics who felt the three episodes Netflix provided for review were insufficient.
As Hank Stuever wrote in his review for The Washington Post , "I've enjoyed Bloodline so far, but it's impossible to say if it's consistently this good, because Netflix would share only three episodes out of 13 with critics. He summed up his thoughts on the season: "In the end, Mendelsohn was so great that I'm glad I made it to the end, but this one feels better-suited to the anthology miniseries model than as an ongoing. KZK did a fantastic job crafting something real enough to find introspective truth in. The Playlist named Bloodline the normative successor to Breaking Bad because of its complex and tragic anti-hero narrative.
Critic Nikola Grozdavonic said: "As TV shows continue to soar during this golden age of television, the bar keeps rising higher and higher Right now [ Bloodline is] the greatest example of how profoundly effective the episode format can be in modern storytelling. Of course, shows have to be technically sound in order to represent their story in the greatest possible light, and the team behind Bloodline does an outstanding job in every technical department.
Breathtaking cinematography, an immersive soundtrack, and a coyly observant camera all enhancing the viewing experience by a noticeable degree. The picturesque location of the Florida Keys, divided between gorgeous coral reefs and dark mangroves, is captured with an eye for the sensual and the symbolic.
And yet, all of this would turn to dust if the story didn't reach as deep as it does, and the writing and performances weren't as spectacular as they are. According to author David Canfield, "The opening minutes of Bloodline rather perfectly ascertain a new trend happening in dramatic television right now: the family noir The conceit of these new series is to realize what's common to family-centric fiction within a construct that is both unsettling and pessimistic Bloodline identifies the origins of familial roles, each shaped by a cataclysmic event in the Rayburn siblings' childhood.
The time-shifting is intrinsic to the show's ideas, exploring the formation of identity through flashbacks and, via glimpses of the future, affirming their inflexibility. Critics' reactions were more divided to Bloodline in its entirety, with end-of-season reviews from publications, such Vox. While reviews from HitFix ,  and Vulture  were more mixed. Season 2 of Bloodline received mixed reviews from critics, with many reviewers criticizing the pacing, but praising the performances and cinematography.
The website's critical consensus reads, "Despite impressive performances and attractive cinematography, Bloodline ' s second season fails to recapture its predecessor's dramatic intrigue. The third and final season received mixed reviews from critics. The critics consensus: "Muddled and unsatisfying, Bloodline ' s final season offers disappointing proof that a stellar cast can only carry a series for so long.
The official trailer was released in mid-February, containing the Lissie cover of Metallica 's song "Nothing Else Matters". According to Variety , "The first full trailer release for [Netflix's] upcoming drama "Bloodline" Bloodline has been released on DVD in Australia; season 1 on May 5, ,  season 2 on May 31, ;  and season 3 on July 4, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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