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Shame the Devil

Shame the Devil

by George P. Pelecanos
400 Pages · 2011 · · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
by Maya banks
416 Pages · 2013 · 2  MB · 3,557 Downloads · New!
Fever is the redemption, mystery, thriller, literature and fiction novel which plots the story of three friends and a beautiful woman. Maya Banks is the author of this novel. She is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Jace, Ash, Gabe, and Bethany are the prominent characters of the story. Jace, Ash, and Gabe are friends from years. They studied together in college and now they are in business for last ten years. Things were not great when they begin their business but now they have to achieve everything. Jace, Ash, and Gabe have done terrible things together in their life. They share their success and every other thing which included in their life.
The Steep and Thorny Way
by Cat Winters
368 Pages · 2017 · 3  MB · 4,790 Downloads · New!
The Steep and Thorny Way is the redemption, history, mystery, thriller, fiction and history novel which describes the story of a young girl whose father died. Cat Winters is the author of this impressive book. Hanalee Denney and Sam are the prominent characters of the story. 1920s Oregon is not an ideal place for a teenager mix raced girl to arrive. Hanalee’s mother is a white woman but her father was black. She did not treat well in society. There are some people who hate her but Hanalee had no other place to live.
The Chestnut Man
by Soren Sveistrup
528 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 2,031 Downloads · New!
The Chestnut Man is the mystery, suspense, literature, thriller, fiction and redemption novel that plots the story of a young girl who is found dead at home. Soren Sveistrup is the author of this classic novel. Detective Naila is the prominent character of the story. Sara is a young girl who is studying in the fifth grade. She asks her parents to bring her a doll which she saw in the shop last night. Her parents promised to buy this doll but first, she has to clear her exams with excellent grades. Sara studied hard and in last she got the satisfying marks in the exams. Her family takes her to a particular shop and they buy this beautiful doll.
The Miniaturist
by Jessie Burton
416 Pages · 2014 · 1 MB · 2,329 Downloads · New!
The Miniaturist is the mystery, romantic, thriller, history and fiction novel that describes the story of a young girl who is not happy in her new home. Jessie Burton is the author of this tremendous novel. Nella Oortman, Johannes Brandt and Marin are the prominent characters of the story. In 1986, Nella was just eighteen-year-old when she married to a rich merchant trader. She arrives in Amsterdam with her husband Johannes. Nella does not look happy and excited after seeing her beautiful home. Johannes is a king gentleman but at the same time, he spends most of his time in business activities.
Past Tense
by Lee Child
400 Pages · 2018 · 2 MB · 2,329 Downloads · New!
Past Tense is the paranormal, literature, thriller, fiction and redemption novel which describe the story of Jack Reacher. Lee Child is the author of this classic novel. Jack is thinking to make a trip and waiting for the autumn sun to begin his journey. There are numbers of things which he plans to do in this trip. Finally, the day comes he starts his journey from Maine to California. He was very excited about this trip and he is on the rural area of New Hampshire in the country road. Reacher sees a signboard of a small town, this town belongs to his father. He decided to make around in his father’s town and there is no big deal in it.
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
by J.K. Rowling
752 Pages · 2002 · 1.99 MB · 1,621 Downloads · New!
“Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire” is written with a seldom-seen narrative structure. J.K. Rowling is the author of this novel. The story of the novel begins with a simple, perhaps commonplace, connection between a group of people (in this case, someone dies, which has some effect on each of these characters). The narrative then explores how each character’s life led him or her to be present for that connecting event and then the character moves on past the single event. As this structure is used for a character study, the connecting event may not even be particularly important.