In Tormented Without
A Trace, Valerie Clark explores the volatile moments of painful
discovery, shame, and self-honesty where a woman confronts the
past that torments her, revealing her confusion between love
Natalie is on the fast track to success as an investment
banker on Wall Street and about to marry one of New York's most
prominent attorneys. Yet as she remains haunted by the memory
of a brutal rape more than a decade before that shears her life
of the love and passion she desperately craves. Then as Natalie
sets out on a business trip, she meets Jeremy, a wealthy entrepreneur,
on a flight to Paris. They spend a week together in the South
of France as she falls deeply in love with him. But he suddenly
disappears without explanation - without a trace.
peel back the curtain masking Natalie's secret desires and inner
conflicts as she returns to New York, alone, reluctant to resume
her life. Natalie plunges into a nightmare realm where love and
abuse are intertwined and the dark mysteries of her past are
revealed as a game of stalking becomes deadly serious.
power of the first order, Tormented
Without A Trace explores the bond between love and abuse,
fantasy and denial that are more common to modern life and
relationships than we dare admit. It is a novel in which a
woman tests her deepest values to face her past and rediscover
||The Turnaround Mom is "A
feel it, heal it guide to help survivors of family addictions
and abuse stop the pain and raise happy children."
What others are saying about the book:
"This is a book that deserves to be widely read and will, I'm certain,
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message, 'You've got to raise yourself before you can raise your children.'"
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George H. Gallup International Institute
"Tough, honest, and to the point about how to take responsibility for
your life and your kids, no matter what the damage, destruction, and dysfunction
in your own upbringing."
Dr. Laura Radio Program
The TurnAround Mom(tm) both offers and is a model of
recovery that creates the potential to end generational
cycles of addiction.
It Will Never Happen To Me
Everyone, including therapists, should read this down-to-earth
book. It deepened my recovery and I believe will touch
Lee, M.A., Author
Flying Boy and Growing Yourself Back Up
God is a Dancer is not
just another book on religion. It is a heartwarming story of
a spiritual journey and a homecoming in a profound sense. It
is a confirmation that enlightenment is our natural state once
we remember who we are in God and once we are awakened to the
ecstasy in the Now.
It is different and refreshing. It reaches out with compassion.
It is a testimony based on a very personal experience with
a universal message, revealing the Oneness in creation in
a touching and remarkable way.
Dr. Willem de Klerk
“Escape With One’s
Life starts as the search for answers to hard questions
for one survivor of a horrendous plane crash. But Curt Schaeffer’s
research and writing of the book evolves into a journey of deeper learning catharsis.
In the end, it is testimony to the interrelatedness of all human beings.”
Peter Bell, Former President and CEO of CARE USA
Based on historical facts, Murder
at Indigo Springs concerns the vicious, grisly murders
of an elderly South Carolina brother and sister and the culprit's
attempts to frame a black servant, Jeff David, with the crime.
The year is 1877. Lawyer Jim Benet believes that Jeff is innocent
and tries to solve the crime, even while placing his own life
in danger. Given the brutal nature of the court system at the
time, Jim must tackle many obstacle and actually put Jeff through
a terrifying ordeal in order to save him. Anyone interested
in history, the justice system and the nature of racism will
be fascinated with this haunting, suspenseful story.
Hidden truths are
revealed in urgent and frightening ways in this riveting
debut novel. When Sara Miller and her family move into an
old horse farm, they don't know what the place is haunted
by tragedies that befell its previous owners. Soon eerie
events begin to take place. Sara discovers a locked diary
has strange dreams of people she doesn't know and see the
ethereal reflection of a tormented women in an antique mirror.
Resolved to find out what lies behind the strange events
at the farm, Sara stumbles across the key to the diary...
as well as the key to her own past. Who are her real parents?
What grave secret is the old estate hiding? A chilling story
of a woman's search for the shocking truth about herself.
The stories in I
Am A Father: Celebrating African-American Fathers that tell
the effect of fathers are both inspirational and educational.
They will inspire today's fathers to keep their children close
to them and guide them down a path where they can become outstanding
world citizens. They will also educate fathers on how to build
the best relationship possible with your child as well as the
significance of their job as a father.
Getting sued for medical malpractice is one of the most traumatic events of a physician's career.
This book will guide physicians through the process, from the moment they receive a summons until the after-trial appeal process;
Author Ilene R. Brenner, M.D. arms the reader with strategies to maximize their chances of a defendant's verdict.
King Deng The Original Lost Boy of Sudan told by King Deng Akon, details the truth regarding the war in south Sudan, the scorching desert, heat, and the historical events that led to the bloodshed.
There is no record of his real name or date of birth, only the name and date of birth he was assigned by the UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees).
King Deng The Original Lost Boy of Sudan is the true story of Deng Akon (Makur Abiar) who received the very first designation of Lost Boy of Sudan status and his horrific, life threatening journey to escape the eventual genocide he was facing along with his family and entire community and his heart wrenching and often poignant adaptation to life of asylum in the United States. Deng's story is a first-hand account of a coming-of-age leader of the broader implications of timely and global issues where he parallels the conflict in the Sudan to present day world conflicts rather than the typified isolated "north versus south" tale.
When Jane Richards returns home to escape a failed relationship, she hopes the worst is behind her. Jane finds love with Ted Manning and, "This time", she tells herself, "it will be different".
However, the greatest challenge of her life still awaits her. Will she have the strength to survive?
Sara is devastated when her best friend, Leila, is lost at sea and is presumed dead. To help her cope with her loss, Sara delves into the psychic realm and befriends the ghost of a tormented your girl. Sara discovers that her friend is still alive. FOR NOW! Sara is forced to take a dangerous journey to save Leila and bring her home safely. But, when Sara discovers who is behind the plot to kill her best friend, home is no longer a safe bet.
Two determined career women cross paths in the high stakes world of media and public relations. One, competing for success in business, is brutally murdered. The other, fighting for recognition in the good-old-boy news network, is stalked by the killer as she pursues the truth. Television reporter Grace Gleason covers the gruesome killing for her station, joining forces with the detective trying to unravel the thorny case. But shifty, bar-crawling suspect Udo Holthaus wriggles off the hook when a politically ambitious DA refuses to prosecute. Hell-bent on revenge, Holthaus turns the tables on Grace by targeting everything she holds dear. Justice On Hold is inspired by true events.
"You have beautiful Emerald Eyes. Yet, you cannot see."
Emerald Eyes details the life of protagonist Emily Anne Benet — a strikingly beautiful bi-racial woman with piercing emerald eyes who although beautiful on the outside, is flawed on the inside.
At the age of six, Emily Anne is trying to figure out why her mother, Giselle, a French/Jewish/Moroccan woman residing in New Orleans, has given her away to live with her father, Enrique, a black/Puerto Rican man residing in Brookklyn, New York in the early 1950s. Emily Anne's journey takes her from he enchantment of Casablanca, to the rough streets of New York, to the prosperous streets of Atlanta, and back to the watery streets of New Orleans, in search of her roots. During her life, Emily Anne loves, loses love, and raises children all while enduring domestic violence, adultery, and alcoholism. The story details Emily Anne's struggle to find freedom from her demons and answers to questions about her heritage. Although pretty on the outside, the story asks the reader to decide whether or not Emily Anne is truly a beautiful person.