Marathon

Author: Brian Freeman
Publisher: Canelo
ISBN: 1911591851
Size: 60.93 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
View: 2883
Download
The extraordinary new Jonathan Stride thriller On a June morning, thousands of people crowd into Duluth for the city's biggest annual event: the Duluth Marathon. Then there is an explosion along the race course... Within minutes, Jonathan Stride, Serena Dial, and Maggie Bei are at work with the FBI to find the culprits. As social media feeds a flood of rumour, one spectator remembers being jostled by a young man with a backpack not far from the bomb site. He spots a tourist's photo and is convinced he sees the man who bumped into him. When he tweets the photo, Khan Rashid becomes the most wanted man in the city. But are the answers behind the Duluth bombing more complex than anyone realizes? And can Stride, Serena, and Maggie find the truth before more innocent people are killed? This powerful and gripping thriller from bestseller Brian Freeman doesn’t let go, perfect for fans of Chris Carter, Michael Connelly and Mason Cross. Praise for Marathon ‘Gripping... besides being a chilling reminder of what can happen in our divided society, the book is a fast, compelling read.’ Publishers Weekly ‘With strong characters and a propulsive plot, this thriller races to a breathless finish before truth becomes collateral damage.’ Star Tribune ‘Freeman builds on his torn-from-the-headlines story with a surprising resolution and a healing conclusion.’ Booklist ‘Once you start you will sprint through the pages... Marathon is a fascinating, captivating, and involving thriller/procedural.’ Great Mysteries and Thrillers ‘A suspense-filled page turner with complex characters, misdirection, misinformation, and a manhunt through the streets of Duluth’ Duluth News-Tribune ‘One of the top writers in the genre... Freeman’s Marathon is a firecracker... delves into the topics that really matter – all within a story that never lets up.’ Cemetery Dance ‘A fast-paced and riveting drama that I could not put down... the best book in this grippingly thrilling series.’ Dru’s Book Musings

Alter Ego

Author: Brian Freeman
Publisher: Canelo
ISBN: 1788631129
Size: 13.15 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 2337
Download
Hollywood has a dark side; and it will stop at nothing to hide it... When a freak accident kills a driver on a remote country road, Jonathan Stride is disturbed to discover the victim has a false identity. Alarmingly, a gun is found in the car--and the gun has recently been fired. The next day, Stride learns that a local student has also vanished. Could the incidents be related? But what could put an ordinary young woman in the crosshairs of a man bearing all the hallmarks of an assassin? Stride's investigation soon leads him to a film shoot based on his past. Whatsmore, Stride is being played by a Hollywood legend. But there are whispers his cinematic alter-ego has a dark side . . . The most gripping and explosive thriller yet from bestseller Brian Freeman. Perfect for fans of Michael Connelly, Joy Ellis and Kendra Elliot

Crimespree Magazine Issue 66

Author: Jon Jordan
Publisher: Down & Out Books
ISBN:
Size: 36.32 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
View: 2722
Download
Crimespree Magazine Issue 66 features an interview with Lori Rader-Day by Dan and Kate Malmon. We also have Jon Jordan speaking with Haylen Beck (aka Stuart Neville), Michael Barson sits down with Ace Atkins and Michael Brandman and Phillip Kerr speaks with Christina Ward. Les Edgerton is grilled by Anthony Campbell while David James Keaton squares off with Tim Hennesey. M.C. Neuda delivers a short story called “Gamblin’ Man” and Nolan Knight delivers “Mouth Bay.” This issue includes articles by Hector Acosta, David E. Grogan, S.W. Lauden, Eric Beetner, Sam Wiebe, Dana King and Brian Freeman. Additionally, the usual suspects show up: Craig McDonald, Chris Holm, and Kristi Belcamino. Book Reviews are served aplenty. The sixty-sixth issue is fully loaded. Enjoy!

The Art Of Running

Author: Daisy Edzel
Publisher: JNR via PublishDrive
ISBN:
Size: 50.91 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 562
Download
"How an out of shape, exercise-hating beginner can transform to an impressive long distance runner within months" Looking to go from couch potato to a physically fit and healthy runner -- heck even a FULL marathon finisher? This book has it all! It contains all the resources for a complete beginner (up to novice level), to succeed at this physically and mentally demanding sport! You will be armed with techniques (outergame) and psychological tools for motivation (innergame), to help you keep up with the inner turmoils, motivation related issues and other hardships, especially in long distance runs where every part of your being just wants to give up! I will not waste your precious time with useless information you won't use. Instead, I'll provide practical and straight forward solutions, daily and weekly plans (resources section) and the best practices to help you succeed. YOu will be armed to the teeth with everything you could ever need to finish your first long distance races and beyond. Here's what you can expect to learn from this course: What it Takes to Run a MarathonTimeframeBeginner StageIntermediate LevelAdvanced LevelMental PreparationSetting GoalsRunning Alone Versus Running with a BuddyHow to Use Running GadgetsGet Enough RestDistinguishing Between Good Pain and Bad PainHaving a Proper Form and Breathing TechniqueWhich Part of Your Foot Should Strike The Ground First?Different Training StylesTraining GearClean Bill of HealthWarming Up and Cooling DownMarathon Race StrategiesRunning MotivationsHow to fall in love with runningAvoid running injuriesRunning schedules and plansMarathon Specific TrainingTrail Running Tips and Mistakes to AvoidUphill and Downhill RunningRunning and Losing WeightHeart Rate TrainingAnd much, much more... Grab your copy here...

The Ascent Of Eli Israel

Author: Jonathan Papernick
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1626368732
Size: 78.83 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 7671
Download
Short fiction set in modern-day Israel, from an author whose “penetrating clear-sighted stories ring true” (The New York Times Book Review). In a land where sudden death is an everyday fact of life, a boy dodges bullets and searches through rubble for news of his soldier father. A middle-aged man comforts his Holocaust-survivor mother as, facing senility, she is convinced that Nazis are conspiring against her. And the mysterious biblical red heifer makes a startling appearance in the midst of a decidedly contemporary struggle. Giving voice to striking characters—Israelis, Palestinians, and Americans; Arabs, Christians, and Jews—caught in the ethnic, religious, social, and political conflicts of a dangerous region, the acclaimed author of The Book of Stone, who has worked there as a journalist, brings the images we glimpse from afar chillingly to life. Suffused with rage, violence, humor, magic, and religion, the tragic carnage of the Middle East is rendered in unforgettable form. “Papernick . . . offers unique insight into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in these seven powerful stories, which approach violent coexistence from unusual angles . . . It is Papernick’s sense of the surreal, his dark humor and his consciousness of the deep roots of Jewish and Muslim culture that distinguish this collection.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Punch

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 26.79 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 4909
Download