Live to Tell Detective D D Warren 4
The fourth book in the Detective D.D. Warren series from The Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller Lisa Gardner. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES YOU'LL LIVE TO TELL WHAT IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN TO YOU? The Irish Independent says this novel 'could cause sleepless nights'. Are you ready? In one night of terrifying violence, four members of a family are brutally murdered, leaving the father - a possible suspect - clinging to life. When police detective D. D. Warren is called in, she's all too aware that it's a race against time. But there's more to the case than meets the eye... Twenty-five years ago, Nurse Danielle Burton's life was rent asunder by a horrifying family tragedy. Now working on a paediatric psychiatry ward, she's sure that the past is long-buried. Until D. D.'s questions bring it all flooding back. Victoria Oliver is a devoted mother, determined to protect her son, no matter the cost. But, like Danielle and D. D., she's soon to discover that the most devastating crimes can be those closest to home.
Live to Tell
Libby Thorne is going to be charged for a car accident that she does not remember, and she suspects that there is more to the story than she has been told.
Live to Tell
Emphasizes that, in light of postmodernity, evangelism should shift to a communal focus and invite people to a new way of life. Offers both theoretical training and practical strategies.
Live to Tell
Secrets can scandalize . . . In a lovely suburban town just north of New York City, the gossip mill runs more efficiently than the commuter-train line. And in every impeccably decorated house, they're talking about Lauren Walsh. They say that nothing could be worse than being abandoned by your husband for another woman. They're wrong . . . Secrets can shock . . . All Lauren wants is to protect her children from the pain of her messy divorce. But when their father goes missing, a case of mistaken identity puts all their lives in danger, and a stealthy predator lurks in the shadows, watching . . . waiting . . . Secrets can kill . . . Lauren is about to uncover an unfathomable truth—a truth this cold-blooded mastermind would never let her live to tell . . .
Left to Tell
The remarkable New York Times bestseller has been updated with a new Afterword by Immaculée, in which she looks back at the 20 years that have passed since the Rwandan holocaust. You won’t want to miss her views on how life has changed for her and her country since this terrible event took place.
Live to Tell
"David Talamantes reveals, in this powerful and compelling story, the devastation that occurs when personal demons collide with the allure of glamour, sex, and status. This story provides hope to any addict-gay or straight-that it is possible to break the stronghold of an addiction and lead a rich, loving, drug-free life." -Michael Raitt MA, LMHC, Therapist, Seattle, WA (www.michaelraitt.com) In 2002, David Talamantes was in a floundering relationship with his long-time partner and was overwhelmed by the sense that life was passing him by. Longing for happiness, both men agreed to date others, but it was a decision that nearly cost David his life. When David met Seth in an online chat room, he thought he'd met the man of his dreams. Falling madly in love, David's life transformed overnight. Inducted into Seth's bewitching life of circuit parties, club drugs, and sex, he unknowingly stumbled into the web of a nefarious underworld of drug dealers and criminals who held mysterious secrets. In Live to Tell, David reveals his existential battle for his life, trying to evade and uncover an invisible network of esotericism while battling drug addiction and trying to make sense of the enigma that engulfed his world. To survive, he needed to overcome his worst enemy-himself. This story is a testament to the strength of the human spirit in overcoming the gripping addiction of a seemingly enchanting lifestyle.
Live to Tell
Statistics indicate that one in every three females and one in every five males are sexually abused by the time they reach eighteen years of age. Live to Tell is a collection of poetry chronicling the journey from being a sexual abuse victim to becoming a survivor. The road to emotional health can be arduous and painful. Consequently, it can also be lonely. The poems in this book are meant to provide hope and encourage survivors of sexual abuse to continue on their path of healing.
I Live to Tell
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Live to Tell the Story
Live to Tell the Story gives an awe-inspiring and true account of the author’s overwhelming social, emotional, spiritual, and economic challenges over a lifetime. Her book begins by recounting a bittersweet childhood growing up in rural Pineland, South Carolina, until the age of eight. Life begins on a farm with fourteen siblings, where her parents grew vegetables and raised animals to survive. Early on, she and her family begin to witness turmoil when her father’s womanizing and physical abuse causes her mother to have fits of rage that end in horrid physical fights between the two. Life takes even more of a turn for the worse in the author’s family when her mother discovers her husband has also been sexually abusing her eldest daughter, Marvet. Marvet’s rebellion against the abuse results in her being sent to live up north with an aunt who secretly introduces her to different dark side of life. Marvet returns home paralyzed after a botched abortion and eventually dies. Her mother’s death follows soon thereafter. She vividly recalls the dreadful moment she bursts into tears when her uncle informs her and her siblings that their mother is gone. Unable to cope with or forgive himself for the destruction of his family, her father becomes depressed and preoccupied with women. Following her mother’s untimely death, the remainder of the family moves to the urban low-income area of Newark, New Jersey, where life continues to spiral through more hurdles. She mourns her mother’s death until well into her late twenties, but memories of her mother’s love helps her to find forgiveness in her heart to forgive her father, and to move on with her life as she is faced with her own battles. Live to Tell the Story tells a real story of triumph over some of life’s worst situations. It is a testimony of come hell or high water, faith, and how placing God in the center of one’s life will make anyone the victor over a past doomed for a failed future.
Live to Tell
In 1944, Albania erupted in civil war. The communist party prevailed and acted quickly and brutally. By 1946, through executions, imprisonments, and mass banishments, the communists broke the back of Albania's freedom. A young Franciscan Catholic and man of heroic character in this time of inhumanity, Friar Zef Pllumi was arrested, brutally tortured, imprisoned, and sent to labor camps. Through deeply personal descriptions of shocking atrocities, Fr. Pllumi focuses on his extraordinary will to survive and his powerful faith. His intense desire to "live to tell" honors those martyred with Christ's name on their lips. Fr. Pllumi was initially released in 1949. Fr. Pllumi's memories are a brave confrontation of communism. His story's power lays in the fact that despite obscene efforts, the communist party could not succeed. As Fr. Pllumi states, "They think people are frightened before dying, but what they don't realize is that when you've arrived to a certain agonizing point, nothing is frightening anymore." Fr. Pllumi's historical memoir also delivers clear lessons for today. Amid the many horrors, differences in beliefs melted away. Christians, Muslims, Albanians, Italians, and French alike, although wounded physically, emotionally, and spiritually, were still alive to help each other and stand together and triumph for mankind.