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Diary of a Snoopy Cat
Inca Book Series, Volume 5
R. F. Kristi
Length: 1 hr and 57 mins
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When Inca and family move to London from Paris, they make a whole new set of friends, including Monk, a Blue Russian cat, and Terrence, a golden retriever who ably and bravely assists his world-famous detective owner, Solo. Inspired by the adventures of her new friends, Inca sets herself the task of becoming the world's best cat detective and begins to keep a diary of her exploits.
Marsha Steele is at it again. When she volunteers to help the high school librarian with a book fair, Marsha stumbles across the woman's body and is roped into running the book fair alone. Marsha comes up with the great idea of doing the fair along with a harvest carnival. The main attraction is a haunted tunnel. Little does she know, but evil lurks inside the tunnel that has nothing to do with scary costumes. Join in as once again Marsha and a cast of zany characters try and catch a killer before they become the next victim.
Summer and Ethan head to Maui for their honeymoon. The sun doesn't set, before they find themselves thrust into another mystery. This time, Ethan is more than willing to help Summer gather the clues, since the sooner the culprit is caught, the sooner they can get down to honeymoon business. Alas, it's not to be as they discover that Summer's uncle is one of the very people being targeted by a scam artist and a bipolar beauty.
Summer Meadows' chocolate candy business is booming. She's overwhelmed with her April Fool's Day wedding plans, and against her family's advice, hires her cousin to be her wedding planner. But then her cousin is found murdered and more mysteries keep occurring at family parties. Can Summer resist the urge to investigate when she and her dysfunctional relatives are dipped into a plot of unrequited love, internet scam, and jilted hearts?
When a carnival train crashes in front of Summer Meadows's house, she does what comes naturally - she acts without thinking and volunteers to lead an elephant to the fairground. The animal's trainer follows close behind but disappears when they reach their destination. When Summer goes looking for the trainer, she finds something altogether different - a woman hanging dead in the shower of one of the trailers.
With their television crime drama up for an award, Kelly Canyon and her grandmother Ruthie are smack dab in the middle of Hollywood’s social scene. Things were going great until they found a body floating facedown in their pool. As Kelly sets out to solve the crime, and write another best-selling novel in the meantime, she finds herself running for her life one step ahead of the person responsible for her father’s murder when she was a child. She won’t stop now. Not when she was so close to finding the answers she sought.
Kelly Canyon’s grandmother is finally getting married and has one wish...that no one dies during the reception. Unfortunately, wishes don’t always come true and a top Hollywood agent is murdered. Kelly and her crew are thrust into the midst of a murder that ties very strongly into the death of Kelly’s father years before. From the glitz of Hollywood to the blitz of Las Vegas, Kelly is thrust into a dark danger that threatens to take away everything she holds dear.
Kelly Canyon’s grandmother, Ruthie, is finally achieving her dream and receiving a lifetime achievement award for her years of acting. Unfortunately, someone wants Ruthie dead and takes a shot at her while she’s standing on stage. Pandemonium reigns as Brock Hanson, Kelly’s famous boyfriend, tackles Ruthie to the floor. Kelly finds the dead body of the theater’s janitor in a darkened hallway and clues lead to the man’s death being linked to the murder of Kelly’s father years before, and it seems Ruthie knows something she isn’t aware she knows.
Kelly Canyon still doesn't know her chosen career path, but she is paying her bills by acting and taking photographs of celebrity pets. Her first book, based on the previous murder of a Hollywood starlet, promises to be a best seller. Now, Kelly finds herself embroiled in another murder investigation rife with twists and turns, secrets, and deception.
The years pass quickly, but through them, Dresden sees a courageous boy become a powerful young man and an abandoned child grown into a fearful woman. In watching them, he catches glimpses of the future.
This short story takes in the years between the books dreams and devotion and escape and endurance.
Kelly Canyon wants to be an investigative journalist and takes photos of celebrities to pay the bills. When an actress is murdered following an interview by Kelly, she and Brock Handsome, uh, Hanson are the primary suspects. Mishap and hilarity ensue as Kelly is roped into clearing her name, helping the police catch a killer, and keep herself from being another notch in the belt of Hollywood's Golden Boy. She never intended to star in a movie. Nope. Nada. Yep.
Violet Channing, orphaned at a young age, is tossed about by life’s turbulent waters when the aunt who raised her dies. She wants nothing more than to be a schoolteacher. So, while living in a Boston tenement in 1915, barely able to survive, she accepts a job as a live-in teacher for a sick child in the harsh Yukon Territory.
Norman Pedersen hunches his body into the biting wind as he stands at the bow of the seiner. Even that discomfort does not distract him from the relentless, crushing pain in his heart. Full of hope and ambition, he had come to Alaska to make his fortune and return to Norway to marry Kristina Michelsen, the love of his life. The future had looked so promising. Charmed by the beautiful but conniving Cecilia, he now feels like a man condemned to a life sentence. He’s let down everyone he loves.
Evie Parker is plagued by a recurring nightmare from her childhood - who is the woman in her dream? What does it mean? A deathbed confession compels Evie to leave her home in Rhode Island and travel to the Territory of Alaska, where she struggles to unravel a past shrouded in mystery. Can she come through storms, both physical and emotional, to open her heart to true love?
Diary of a Snoopy Cat (The Inca Cat Detective Series, Book 8)
Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
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Inca the Siberian kitty and her globetrotting furry family are off to South Korea with their human mom. Mom has just created a fabulous new cheese, and she's been invited by the famous French school Cordon Bleu Cookery to not only present her new cheese, but also be the judge of a cookery competition between South and North Korean chefs. Along with plenty of sightseeing and delicious cheese, the cats befriend a Korean dog and his master pining for his long-lost sister living in the North. What dangers await the group of animal detectives as they cross over from South to North Korea?
Dara's life is full of farm work and worries, especially now that her older brother is a priest in a far off city. Yet she still has time to dream of the life she hopes will someday be. She dreams of marrying her dear friend and the worries of her family ending. Now, the selfishness of one person threatens her very way of life. Dresden's initial excitement about living a life devoted to the service of God quickly is dashed on the rocks of reality. The life of a priest is nothing like what he imagined.
This inspirational devotional audiobook provides 365 days of bright rays of hope and lives up to its subtitle: 365 devotionals like no other! Written in a conversational tone, it runs the gamut in practicality - from relationships, sports, politics. and food to our responsibility to planet Earth, the afterlife, and much more.
Eleanor is happy to be living with her brother and sister-in-law. She loves helping with her mischievous nephew, John. When John gets away from her one day, it sets off a chain of events that will change her life. A short short story of faith, friendship, and family. A prequel story for Brothers and Betrayal.
Dearly beloved in Jesus Christ, I have written to you once again under the divine guidance of the Holy Spirit. Under the Holy Spirit's guidance I have written this book to teach the believer powerful prayer, with few words, so that your prayer may be heard on high, and answered. This book is only to be used as an example for the listener to be put into their own words, and to develop more powerful prayer habits.