New York City, the roaring twenties. THE NIGHT OWLS are on the job. A detective agency like no other, The Night Owls specialize in solving crimes of the supernatural variety.
Professor Ernest Baxter, an expert in all things arcane, Mindy Markus, a scrappy flapper and Roscoe, a gargoyle from the Bronx, are The Night Owls. Together they solve crimes no one else can, in this first volume collecting the short stories that make up their webcomic adventures.
There are books galore for expectant mothers but just a grubby handful for their male companions. Finally this void is filled. "Peanut" tells the touching and hilarious story of one man's journey from dilettante to daddy, exploring all of the doubts, miststeps, misconceptions, exhilaration, and pride along the way. A memoir of a normal first pregnancy, normal but for the parents, grandparents, doctors, and pets involved.
French Leave followed John Burton Race and his family to the south of France. The result was an intriguing mix of the chaos of family life with one man's determination to find his culinary roots. What emerged from that year was a man with a different outlook on life. His family now mean even more to him and he has finally decided to turn his back on the two-star Michelin world he inhabited—for good. John and the family are moving back to rural Devon so he can run a small hotel and restaurant. No more chasing Michelin stars, this will be family foods that anyone can cook using fresh ingredients from the surrounding area.
Another 12 Tales of America’s Most Terrifying Serial Killers, including; Aileen Wournos : female serial killer who gunned down seven men and was mythologized in the Academy Award-winning movie, "Monster." Arthur Gary Bishop : A sickening pedophile who murdered five young boys, snatching them from the streets before bludgeoning and strangling them to death. Ted Bundy : charming, articulate and deadly. Bundy cut a swathe of destruction across the country, raping, killing and committing necrophilia on his young victims.
Juan Corona : a California labor broker with a penchant for hacking his workers to death with a machete. Richard Trenton Chase : the notorious 'Vampire of Sacramento,' Chase literally tore his victims apart, before consuming their flesh and blood. The Briley Brothers : a trio of deadly siblings who carried out one of the most bloody killing sprees in Virginia history William Suff : serial killer and keen chef. But did Suff feed the flesh of his victims to unwitting work colleagues? Belle Gunness : a deadly female Bluebeard who sent as many as 42 suitors to their graves, before disappearing with a fortune. George Russell : Russell had a problem with rejection, as three unfortunate women discovered to their cost. Michael Ross : serial rapist and strangler of young women, Ross was the first man executed in Connecticut in almost half a century. Randall Woodfield : known as the I-5 Killer, Woodfield was once a draftee to the Green Bay Packers before turning his attention to a far more deadly pursuit. Charles Starkweather : James Dean wannabe who, together with his 13-year-old girlfriend, murdered 11 people during a bloody spree. ˃˃˃ ˃˃˃ ˃˃˃ Scroll up and grab a copy today.
Hollis Pith will scare you stiff! Siblings Anne and Tommy have to spend the summer in Cheshire with their old creepy aunt in her giant run down house. Tommy thinks it’s kind of cool that their aunt has so many kittens—until he wakes up to a demented half human cat staring at him in the corner of the room. Anne though is too preoccupied and dismisses her brother’s sighting as his 'imagination running wild'. But when Anne is confronted with the monster cat herself, it might be too late for the both of them. Advanced Middle Grade Publishes middle grade level educational books for ages 9 and up. The Hollis Pith book series is a unique classroom reader that uses early High School vocabulary in conjunction with context clues to increase your children's language skills while reading an exciting and fun series they are sure to enjoy.
Pete Seeger was an American folk musician and social activist whose outspoken songs about freedom and justice got him blacklisted from radio and TV for years. Pete Seeger was still singing and playing the banjo for tens of thousands of fans even when he was at the age of ninety-four.
Born in New York City on May 3, 1919, Pete came from a family of musicians. Despite writing and singing folk songs that all of America knows, not many kids know his name. Why? Because his ties to the Communist Party got him banned from radio and television for many years! Well-known for his civil rights activism with Martin Luther King Jr., Seeger also spearheaded efforts that cleaned up the Hudson River and made it beautiful again. His best-known songs include "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?," "If I Had a Hammer" and "Turn, Turn, Turn." In this easy-to-read biography from the New York Times best-selling series, Pete Seeger is revealed as not just a performer but as a champion for a better world and the eighty illustrations contained in the book help bring his story to life.