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Reverse Cell Phone Directory – A Critical Review

Reverse Cell Phone Directory | There has been a recent survey conducted by the Nielson Company which showed that US citizens use their cell phones for sending SMS rather than using for ‘calling’. Texting gives that additional ‘privacy’ mostly used for legitimate purposes, but also used to be ‘naughty’! As much as 50,000 people try to do Reverse Phone Lookups everyday! – See below the top reasons why people search for nameless numbers: To reveal a cheating husband or wife To catch a hoax caller For official reasons: to check the background of a prospective employee To catch up with old friends whom you have not been in touch for years   The easiest way of doing it? Of course the easiest way of getting hold of an unknown number is through Online Reverse Cell Phone Directory . These privately-owned databases give their clients the convenience of searching for a cell number. You may be aware that these numbers are not listed on the public domain (e.g. White/Yellow pages) due to privacy laws. Therefore the only way to access mobile phone user information is by using the non-public domain. This is where online databases come in to play. Before these online directories came… the only way you could do this was through private investigators that charged you an arm and a leg for their services!

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'Twas the Night Before Veterans Day, #5


‘Twas the Night Before Veterans Day, #5


$0.99


Months of job-hunting, land Jocelyn in the protective custody of a close friend and seeking the help of a French-speaking public servant whose absence has cracked her fa├žade of laissez faire and nonchalance. Who would have thought a tow truck driver would be her rock in a hard place? Working a few days a week keeps her snazzy 4×4, Spike, from running out of gas and a meal on her table but can’t bring in enough to keep minutes on her cell phone when her former managing editor wants to contact her with a change of plans. Both of her least favorite authors have made demands and she can’t say no when her rent needs paying.

24 LED Folding Tabletop Photo Tent Cube Box Lighting Kit with 2x Portable LED Lights, 1x Cell Phone Tripod by Loadstone Studio WMLS0062


24 LED Folding Tabletop Photo Tent Cube Box Lighting Kit with 2x Portable LED Lights, 1x Cell Phone Tripod by Loadstone Studio WMLS0062


$63.25


DETAILED DESCRIPTION:(2) x 7W 600 Lumen 5500K Daylight Balanced GU10 Led Light Equivalent to 75W Incandescent Output Light Stand- High power 75W equivalent- Eliminate unexpected shadows- Great for use with photo tent kit. – Bulb type: LED GU10 – 550 – 700 Lumen- 7W LED (10PCS) – Height: 9.5″(1) x Portable Mini Tabletop Tripod with Ball Head 8″ Height 1/4″-20 Thread Mount – Small size makes it easy to handle and operate. – Universal 1/4 screw (standard tripod mount)-Total length: 8″- Net weight: 1.9oz- Camera not included.(1) x Tabletop Tripod Attachment Adjustable Smart Mobile Cell Phone Holder- Color: Black- Material: Plastic- The adjustable holding width of the bracket is from 2 4/8″ to 3 4/8″- Compatible with iPhone 4/4s, iPhone 5/5/5s/5c, iPhone 6/6 plus, Samsung galaxy note, and other cell phones with a width less than 3 4/8″- Padded with soft EVA for securing your iPhone in place and avoiding scratches to it- Universal 1/4″ screw thread at the bottom for attaching this bracket to any regular sized tripod or monopod- Bracket only, monopod is not included.(1) x 24″ Collapsible Quick Setup Soft box Cube Light Tent Light Box with Red Blue Black White Backgrounds and Carry Bag for Product Jewelry Photography- Easily assembles in minutes- Made of premium quality non reflective white fabric- Eliminates glare and spots- Softens and reflects light- Opening cover for micro photography- 4 colored backgrounds in blue, black, white, and red non-reflective fabric backgrounds included- Convenient carry bag included- Size: 24″ cube

9800 Savage Road


9800 Savage Road


$7.99


December, 2000: In a tiny office in the basement of the National Security Agency, a handful of analysts work on a project so secret its existence is known to fewer than a hundred people. They are intercepting Osama bin Laden’s every word as he talks on his satellite phone to al Qaeda cells. What he’s planning is big-a strike against the U.S-and they know from the intercepts they’ll learn the details any day… any minute. Suddenly, the conversations stop.A Senior Executive is murdered inside the NSA complex, the first in a series of disasters inflicted from both inside and outside the carefully concealed house of spies. Alexandra O’Malley, consummate Intelligence Analyst, must sort through the clues and scramble to stop the escalating crises… but to succeed, she’ll have to break all the rules. In 9800 Savage Road, reality and fiction intersect in a terrifying story of the events leading up to 9/11 from deep within the cloistered walls of NSA. M.E. Harrigan delivers the first insider’s perspective in NSA’s history. She shreds the thick veil of secrecy and explores the thoughts and actions, the dedication and bureaucratic infighting, and the occasional scandals of the hidden workforce. It’s a story of betrayal and treachery, courage and loyalty… so real you’ll wonder how much is true. At the Publisher’s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

A new Partner for Leonora


A new Partner for Leonora


$0.99


Leonora Hodge had a meeting with her business partner Benny Colt. As she arrived half an hour early, she decided to have a coffee at a store in the same building. When she noticed the time, she quickly left the coffee shop and went up to see her partner. Coming up on the third floor, she found the right door, and knocked. As there wasn’t any answer she opened the door and walked in. There she saw Benny lying on his office desk. As she went up closer, she saw blood all over the table. With her cell phone she called the police, and got hold of detective Max Cloud. My partner Benny Colt got himself killed, what can I do? Don’t tough anything, Smart and I will be over right away. It didn’t take more than five minutes and the two detectives arrived with the homicide squad. Max Cloud asked if she had touched anything? No, she answered, only the handle outside when I entered. The medical examiner, doctor Elizabeth Blade looked at the stiff, ans said that it had been dead for less than half an hour. At that time I was here, said Leonora. As I was early I went in to the coffee shop for a cup of coffee. You was lucky said the coroner, had you come up here half an hour ago, you would have been killed as well. This was a professional killing. First they cut the carotid artery, then the killer put his gun to the neck, and gave this person his coup d’ grace. James, the butler came and picked up Mrs. Hodge, and drove her home. Home at the mansion one person rang the doorbell and tried to get in to the house. James the butler grabbed his arm and pushed him down to the floor. When the detective Cloud came, he took the killer Alfred Paulsen to the jail. However, when he went outside with Alfred another man tried to shot him. but Max was quicker, and Drew Paulsen died. It took most of the day, before all the Paulsen’s had been either killed or taken prisoner. Even their old mother, Mrs. Paulsen did her best to kill Leonora. In the end she said my new partner will be James, our butler.

A Newbies Guide to the Nexus 4


A Newbies Guide to the Nexus 4


$2.99


After years of hard work, Google has finally released a slate of Android devices that not only hold their own against formidable competition, but blow the competition right out of the water. Each of these newly-minted devices (Nexus 10, Nexus 7, and the subject of this guide, Nexus 4) are the absolute best of the best – mobile computing without limits. For newcomers to Android, these are not the clunky, impossible-to-use wannabe iPhones and iPads that cell phone carriers have tried to sell you on in the past – these are Google-designed and Google-approved. In short, they are among the best tech products on the market today. In this guide, we’ll show you the ins and outs of the Nexus 4 – Jelly Bean, Google Now, the Play Store and everything in between. Whether you’re an experienced Android user or a nervous first-timer, you’ll find plenty of helpful info within these pages. While there’s a little bit of a learning curve to get the most out of your new Nexus 4, don’t worry; we’ll have you up and running in no time, laughing your head off at all those silly people locked into two-year contracts with sub-par smart phones. Ready to get started? Let’s go!

A Week in the Snow


A Week in the Snow


$6.5


Two strangers in the middle of nowhere, trapped by a blizzard, learn that a week in the snow can be scorching hot. Rebecca is from hot, sunny Miami. When she drives up north in her little convertible to meet a man she met over the Internet, she doesn’t anticipate the Iowa snowstorms. It’s her first time driving in snow and it doesn’t end well-Rebecca winds up on the side of the road with little gas, no cell phone signal and snow drifts piling higher by the minute. The roaring black snowmobile that comes along is carrying Richard, a man who lives a few miles down the road and just happens to see the flashy red paint of Rebecca’s stranded car through the haze of snow. Stuck at Richard’s house for almost a week, Rebecca feels trapped by circumstance. But soon she stops lamenting her position and instead starts to wonder about Richard’s bedroom down the hall, about the reasons he lives alone in the middle of nowhere, and whether she really wants to leave at all. Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of light BDSM, snow play, use of toys and spanking.

All the Wrong Reasons


All the Wrong Reasons


$1.99


Irelyn Colby is excited to start a new life at college. Granted, her well-to-do grandparents are footing the bill, but that’s a sacrifice she’s willing to make for the sake of a good education. Although the house she lives in with her mother and special needs cousin is just minutes away from campus, her grandfather insists that she stay in the dorms in order to have the ‘total college experience.’ Irelyn complies, going home on the weekends to spend time with her family and Dustin, her high school sweetheart. When her new roommates, Bailey and Morgan, share their wild, weekend adventures, Irelyn gets a little jealous. How she longs to break free of the ‘good girl, good student’ mold and have a little fun. Besides, she’d love to have a funny tale to share with Dustin when she meets him for dinner at her grandparents’ country club on Saturday night. But things don’t go as planned. The girls take her to a popular bar where a local band plays on Friday nights and Irelyn is captivated by the lead singer, Lucas. She meets him after his set and the sparks fly. Unable to control herself, she spends the night with him only to suffer a huge bout of guilt the next morning. What will she tell Dustin?Bailey convinces Irelyn that it was a fluke – nothing Dustin needs to know about. Morgan urges her to stay away from Lucas. Irelyn agrees, vowing to stay away from Lucas once she retrieves the cell phone she lost that Friday night when she was with him. Unfortunately, Irelyn’s plans don’t work out very well as she can’t seem to stay away from him. She continues to see Lucas, all the while lying to Dustin, and hiding the entire situation from her controlling grandfather. As the lies continue to stack up, topped by confusing feelings, Irelyn must make a decision: Does she stay with Dustin, the sweet, safe boy with a promising future? Or does she follow her heart and run to Lucas, the one who makes her feel real?And what will her grandfather have to say about her choice?

An Expensive Education


An Expensive Education


$13.99


Mike Teak has a classic Harvard profile. He’s a twenty-five-year-old scholar/athlete from an upper-class family who was recruited by his godfather to work for a U.S. intelligence agency. On a covert mission in a Somali village, he delivers cash and cell phones to Hatashil, a legendary orphan warrior turned rebel leader. It’s a routine assignment until, minutes after they meet, the village is decimated by a missile assault, and although Mike escapes, his life is changed forever. Echoing across continents, the assault disrupts professor Susan Lowell, who has just won a Pulitzer Prize for her book celebrating Hatashil. Also shaken is Lowell’s student, David Ayan, who was born in the targeted village a world away from Harvard’s most exclusive final club, the Porcellian, which is courting him and Jane, the smart, risk-taking daughter of East Coast money who’s sleeping with him. David Ayan struggles with his identity and Susan Lowell struggles against rumors about her relationship with Hatashil, who has been accused of ordering the village massacre. But it is Mike Teak who faces a deadly struggle-because when he discovers a horrific conspiracy he immediately realizes that he has become expendable, with nowhere to run and no one to trust.

An Expensive Education


An Expensive Education


$13.99


Mike Teak has a classic Harvard profile. He’s a twenty-five-year-old scholar/athlete from an upper-class family who was recruited by his godfather to work for a U.S. intelligence agency. On a covert mission in a Somali village, he delivers cash and cell phones to Hatashil, a legendary orphan warrior turned rebel leader. It’s a routine assignment until, minutes after they meet, the village is decimated by a missile assault, and although Mike escapes, his life is changed forever. Echoing across continents, the assault disrupts professor Susan Lowell, who has just won a Pulitzer Prize for her book celebrating Hatashil. Also shaken is Lowell’s student, David Ayan, who was born in the targeted village a world away from Harvard’s most exclusive final club, the Porcellian, which is courting him and Jane, the smart, risk-taking daughter of East Coast money who’s sleeping with him. David Ayan struggles with his identity and Susan Lowell struggles against rumors about her relationship with Hatashil, who has been accused of ordering the village massacre. But it is Mike Teak who faces a deadly struggle-because when he discovers a horrific conspiracy he immediately realizes that he has become expendable, with nowhere to run and no one to trust.

Angel in Ouachita


Angel in Ouachita


$3.99


It happened in a flash. One minute fourteen year old, Wes Allen and his younger brother, Josh were hiking the Ouachita National Forest. The next minute, they were disoriented and lost, dealing with thunderstorms, bears, losing their compass, a cell phone not working, and rain that lasted for days. But by far the most inspiring and challenging, was meeting a man called Earnest. A crazy man they thought, but still they followed him to his cave. The next morning he disappeared. Later that day as the helicopter arrived to airlift them to safety, Earnest appeared again. This time he showed himself as, his true self. The Angel Of Ouachita

April Showers: Consequences Book I


April Showers: Consequences Book I


$3.99


EXCERPT”April?”I gasped. My stomach lurched. It’s a question. I dared not turn and look. Instead, I pushed my cart faster.”April, wait up.”Quickly, I turned a corner.”April? It is April, isn’t it?”I couldn’t seem to get away from the deep masculine voice that hounded me.”I never forget a face.” He chuckled. “Or a body for that matter.”Almost turning to see who taunted me, I caught myself. Instead, I jogged with the cart full of groceries toward the restrooms. Leaving the cart outside, I ran into the ladies room. In an all out panic, my breathing grew so heavy I dizzied from anxiety. Reaching in my handbag I retrieved my cell phone, dialed and retreated with my purse, to a stall and waited.”Hello.”I closed my eyes. “Cindy, thank God…you’re there. I’m so scared.”Calm down Helen. Where are you? What’s the matter?”I’m at AJ’s picking up some things. Cindy… someone called me April.”Did you hear me?”I heard you. Let me think…what did he look like?”I started to whine. “I don’t know, if I would’ve turned around he would have known I was April.” Suddenly, I grew angry and snarled into the phone, “You said this would never happen-could never happen. It was your fucking idea and now…” After a pause I whined. “Cin, what am I going to do?”Okay, calm down. It’s just a bad break. Most likely, it’s some winter visitor trying to get out of the snow back East like seven years ago in Vegas.”Yes, but what am I supposed to do?”Where are you now? Did you leave the store?”No, I ran into the restroom.”Okay. He’s probably gone by now, but just in case, I’ll come there with a change of clothes and a wig. Do you have sunglasses?”Yes.”Good, wait for me. I’ll be there in twenty minutes.”I glanced at my Cartier. 2:22 p.m. The door opened as I sat there and I heard someone enter the stall next to me. At 2:26 she flushed the toilet and went to a lavatory, washed her hands and left. I had trouble catching my breath and my hiatal hernia was so bad I thought I’d have a heart attack. My mouth

Be Prepared


Be Prepared


$12.99


An indispensable survival manual for guys entering the trenches of fatherhood, Be Prepared is loaded with one-of-a-kind insights, MacGyver-esque tips and tricks, and no-nonsense advice for mastering the first year as a dad. Finally, a book that teaches men all the things they really need to know about fatherhood. including how to: -Change a baby at a packed sports stadium -Create a decoy drawer full of old wallets, remote controls, and cell phones to throw baby off the scent of your real gear -Stay awake (or at least upright) at work -Babyproof a hotel room in four minutes flat -Construct an emergency diaper out of a towel, a sock, and duct tape Packed with helpful diagrams and detailed instructions, and delivered with a wry sense of humor, Be Prepared is the ultimate guide for sleep-deprived, applesauce-covered fathers everywhere.

Beekeeping With Free Bees


Beekeeping With Free Bees


$7.99


I derive great pleasure from chasing swarms of honeybees. And “chasing” is sometimes what it becomes. For more years that I can now count, I have put my name before the bee-fearing public as “bee catcher” to rescue innocent citizens from the perceived threats of swarms of honeybees. At times, you’d think I was their “knight in shining armor” and the cluster of honeybees as dangerous as a “fire-breathing dragon.”On a typical, sunny day, the phone rings with a call from a desperate citizen who requests my help to remove a swarm of honeybees. They usually begin the conversation with the confession, “I got your name from, ” as if I might be offended that they called me directly to come get a swarm. I am anything but offended. I’m glad to help. I’ve got the opportunity to catch “free” bees. It’s been my joy and pleasure to have a work schedule open and flexible to come to their aid. And thank God for cell phones that can reach me just about anywhere, anytime. Through my experience, I’ve found it convenient, and at times necessary, to carry a swarm-retrieval kit in my car and to keep one at home in the garage, ready to go at a moment’s notice (more on this later).Expediency is the real issue when receiving swarm calls. Some of these swarms have been hanging around for more than twenty-four hours and you don’t know when they’ll unwind and take off for their permanent location. Sometimes people who call you have no idea how long the swarm has been there. Sometimes they’ve watched the swarm sit for two days before they decide to call someone. And at times, I arrive to the caller’s location just minutes after the swarm left for parts unknown. You never know how long a swarm will wait for you. And in most cases, they won’t.I often feel a sense of adrenaline rush to my heart as I hop in the car and drive like a crazy fool, hoping to arrive at the site before the swarm takes off for their new home. As the swarm hangs on a shrub, the scout bees are coming back and forth, conv

Birthday


Birthday


$14.99


The long-anticipated sequel to Alan Sillitoe’s bestselling classic 1950s novel Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Arthur and Brian Seaton are heading back to their hometown, Nottingham, some forty-odd years after the close of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. The brothers plan to surprise Brian’s first love, Jenny Tuxford, on her seventieth birthday. Arthur, the notorious lothario, still has some of his old spark, but it has been hampered by domestic life and his wife’s recent cancer diagnosis. Meanwhile, Brian, now a failed novelist but successful television writer living in London, is struggling with dissatisfaction and emotional regrets. He and Jenny had fooled around in their teenage years-a lot of heavy petting through complicated clothing on her parents’ settee-but Jenny ended up marrying someone else. Now that Jenny’s husband has passed away, will sparks fly between her and Brian again? It is clear that the Nottingham of their youth no longer exists. The trams are now buses; the collieries and ironmongers have been replaced by cell phone shops and halal grocers; new high-rise apartments have sprung up; and the idle young hang around the city pubs whining about the dole. Where Saturday Night and Sunday Morning portrayed the chaotic energy of youth, Birthday is an investigation of the other end of the spectrum: the contemplation of missed chances and terminal decline, and the awareness that “death’s blackout could descend at any minute.” This ebook features an illustrated biography of Alan Sillitoe including rare images from the author’s estate.

Blindsided By His Betrayal: Surviving the Shock of Your Husband's Infidelity (Surviving Infidelity, Advice From A Marriage Therapist Book 1)


Blindsided By His Betrayal: Surviving the Shock of Your Husband’s Infidelity (Surviving Infidelity, Advice From A Marriage Therapist Book 1)


$5.99


Your husband cheated on you, and now you don’t recognize yourself. You used to be so together, so trusting. Now you’re falling apart and doing things you would have never even considered doing, such as:*Obsessively checking your husband’s email and Facebook accounts*Going through his cell phone history while he is in the shower*Freaking out if he is 10 minutes late (or if you text him and he doesn’t reply right away)*Questioning whether you are attractive*After a rare happy moment with your husband, getting really, really angry and raging at him out of nowhereYou’re scared. Angry. Obsessive. Devastated. One minute, you hope your marriage will make it. The next minute, you want to kill him. (And the other woman, too.)All of this makes you feel like you are losing it. Sometimes you worry that you are going crazy. You wonder if you’ll ever be the same again. You are NOT crazy! You are having a normal reaction to being blindsided by your husband’s betrayal! Your reactions are completely rational and expected responses to such a painful experience. This book will help you figure out what to do as you deal with these explosive emotions. It’s important that you understand that your feelings-erratic and unpredictable as they may be-are normal. You need to understand why you feel the things you feel and what to do with those feelings. Caroline Madden, infidelity expert and marriage therapist describes: Posttraumatic Affair Syndrome (PTAS)7 Actions you want to take but should NOT (as They May Backfire Horribly)Understand the thoughts that plague you12 Actions that will help you get back to the woman you wereThe stupid things your husband says and why he says itThis book does not take a position on whether or not you should stay in your marriage. The suggestions provided here will help you get through this difficult time, even if you decide to leave the marriage. It is geared towards helping you deal with your tumultuous emotions and make sound decisions

Blood on My Hands


Blood on My Hands


$7.29


All it takes is one second. One stupid move. One click of a cell phone. When Callie discovers Katherine sprawled on the ground, she bends down to help her. It’s only natural-the party’s been a bit wild. And it’s only natural for her to pull out the fake knife, irritated at one more example of Katherine’s callous disregard of other people’s feelings. But the knife is real. and bloody. And then Callie hears the click of one cell phone, followed by another, and another. In minutes, images of her holding the bloody knife have gone viral. Now wanted for murder, Callie is on the run from the police. All the evidence points to her guilt, but she’s determined to prove her innocence, which means. the real killer is still out there.

Blood on My Hands


Blood on My Hands


$9.99


All it takes is one second. One stupid move. One click of a cell phone. When Callie discovers Katherine sprawled on the ground, she bends down to help her. It’s only naturalthe party’s been a bit wild. And it’s only natural for her to pull out the fake knife, irritated at one more example of Katherine’s callous disregard of other people’s feelings. But the knife is real. and bloody. And then Callie hears the click of one cell phone, followed by another, and another. In minutes, images of her holding the bloody knife have gone viral. Now wanted for murder, Callie is on the run from the police. All the evidence points to her guilt, but she’s determined to prove her innocence, which means. the real killer is still out there.

Booby Trapped: Brenda's Bowls are Full of Jelly


Booby Trapped: Brenda’s Bowls are Full of Jelly


$2.99


Brenda is young and has it all this Christmas season, at least everything but the Christmas spirit. She absolutely can’t stand the job she has much less the outfits she has to wear for that job, working as the sexy Santa assistant to a man she just knows has been perving on her the past several weeks. Todd has been known as Santa Todd the past ten years at the mall and every year he has two helpers. This year those helpers are Brenda, the spunky young brunette, and Eric, another around Brenda’s age who unfortunately has to wear the elf costume. As the days grow closer to Christmas, the kids and the parents and the mall in general are more and more chaotic, further stressing young Brenda who is absolutely positive Santa Todd has been eyeballing her, trying to cop subtle feels of her when she is nearby, being in her opinion a total and complete creep. She’s to the point that now a complaint to mall management is just one short break away and when that break comes, she assures Eric that ten year history with the mall or not, Todd is going to have a major complaint filed. It’s creepy enough that with her age, she was probably once in this very mall when Santa Todd was playing the role, but the fact she’s being stared at all day by plenty of men isn’t helping any. When the five minute break she has been angrily waiting on finally comes, Brenda is off, stomping to make her complaint. Only a sudden ringing from her cell phone pauses her plans but when the mysteriously disguised voice on the other end informs young Brenda that she has been Booby Trapped, she might just find herself filling with much more than the holiday spirit she has sorely been lacking in lately. Playfully rhyming a Christmas poem into perverse lyrics special just for Brenda, she is all but positive Santa Todd is behind this little harassment call and she isn’t about to give in to his apparent three tasks required to prevent her boobs growing massively huge. Naturally when her refusal of the first task results

Booby Trapped: Teach or Be Taught


Booby Trapped: Teach or Be Taught


$2.99


Brianne has been trying her best to be a good stepmother to Sam, having only married his father over the recent summer. Unfortunately nothing seems to be making him see her the same way she sees him, as family. Eighteen and a senior in one of the high school classes she substitute teaches in, Sam seems always distracted, constantly sneaking looks at her which worries Brianne. Her husband, George, though finds nothing to worry about as he drives both her and his son to the high school, assuring Brianne that his son is just doing what comes natural for a kid his age, checking out attractive women. As he says, there’s no telling how many substitute teachers he checked out when he was Sam’s age. Brianne is worried though, very much wanting this family to work out, but more so worried about the fact she is subbing for Sam’s biology teacher today. It isn’t purely the fact he’s been staring at her from time to time, but the fact that over the last few months Sam has been distant, cutting himself off from the world, having an attitude about every little thing. Fortunately during biology class, there is only a filmstrip to show while she can spend time privately in the small glassed in office off the main bio lab classroom. It means two things, darkened room so less chance of Sam staring, and she can be at the back of the room where she doesn’t need to fear being the unintentional center of attention. It’s surprisingly fine when Sam’s class comes in at the end of a long day of teaching, none of the concerns she worried all day about playing out. At least there’s no concerns until Sam asks to use the bathroom pass. Barely a couple of minutes after he leaves the classroom, Brianne’s cell phone buzzes from her purse. Answering the phone, Brianne listens as an electronically disguised voice informs her that she has been Booby Trapped. Told that she will be given three tasks and must perform each one in the allotted time, Brianne is warned that refusal or not fulfilling the task in ti

Boston Darkens


Boston Darkens


$4.99


The Kenyan runner was the favorite to win this year’s Boston Marathon. At least that’s what the sports broadcaster blurted on Ben’s car radio. He was on the Mass Pike, making his way through heavy traffic. Just a few more miles to go. Suddenly a shockwave of energy burst through the air. Ben’s car shut down. Dumbfounded, he held tight to the steering wheel. What the fuck, he thought. His Honda Accord was new. He turned the ignition switch over, but there was nothing. He tried the lights, windows, and door, but again nothing. It was just dead as a doornail. “Damn,” he muttered and grinned. After a minute he looked around him. It wasn’t rush-hour traffic. He was in a huge parking lot. Jessica, Ben’s daughter, was in her classroom. As a high school student, she was coming down the home stretch. Her whole life was ahead of her. The teacher was beginning the first lesson. Click the lights, and computers went off. “Stay calm” the teacher said. Seconds turned into minutes. A student raised his hand. He had to go to the bathroom. Confusion and anxiety set in. The principal was beside himself. What was the protocol for this? There was no cell phone reception, and the police or fire departments weren’t showing up. Minutes turned into hours. Action was required. Would he make the wrong decision? Would he endanger lives? Would he be sued? His pay grade was high but not high enough for this. Ben, Alice (his wife), Randy (his son), and Jessica were living the American dream. They were now confronted by an evil act of aggression, a life-changing event for this wholesome family, their neighbors, and everyone within hundreds of miles. This drama portrays a family’s efforts to survive. In their struggle, they are joined together by an unlikely collection of heroes-Ben, his shy teenage daughter, Jessica, and her friend Vivian. He has a rebellious son named Randy and an eccentric recluse of a neighbor who’s an intellectually challenged adult. There is a neighborhood construction contra
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