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This is the story of a man with no legs—of the first humans on Mars and their fateful excursion into the unknown. As Earth teeters on the brink of war, six astronauts brave the frigid wastes of an ancient datum, and uncover dormant knowledge that threatens to shake the very foundation of science.
What begins as a simple mining expedition, quickly descends into an odyssey of survival and a on in betrayal . . .
Did the doctor's callous bedside manner give a patient the urge to kill? It takes a truly sneaky person to keep a secret in a newsroom. St. Louis City Gazette columnist Francesca Vierling is just the woman to do it-especially to help hide her editor's bout with breast cancer. Now she's surreptitiously shuttling the editor to chemotherapy while finishing a column on gorgeous male stripper Leo D. Nardo. And it's all going without a hitch. . . . Until Leo disappears and somebody starts shooting the worst doctors in St. Louis. The first M.D.
to go has a callous bedside manner that gives all his patients the urge to kill. The next victim is a master of misdiagnosis. As long as bad doctors are targets, the public isn't shedding a tear. But when Francesca herself is nearly gunned down, is it because she's hunting for Leo's hot body or a cold-blooded killer? Either way she has an adverse reaction to dying. The antidote? Discover the truth . . .
This book is the first in the series and is aimed for 8 - 10 year old children and is a small chapter book to help transition the children from picture books to novels.The main character, Abigail Andrews is an eight year old with a wild imagination. This imagination takes her on amazing adventures while she plays.
Pirate’s Playground is the first book to launch the series.
Abby finds a stick near her playground, in her backyard and imagines that it’s a powerful sword. She meets a little girl named, Rachel and learns that she’s the Holder of the sword and is the only one who can defeat the pirates and save Rachel’s little brother, James. Rachel teaches Abby how to use the sword and harness its power and the battle begins. The two girls work as a team to fight off the pirates. Even though they hit a couple twists and snags, Abby is able to force Captain SeaGilly to surrender, reuniting Rachel and James. As Abby raises her sword in victory, she hears her mom calling. When she looks for her mother, she realizes that she is once again in her backyard, on her playground. The book ends with Abby wondering what adventure she would find herself in next.