Everyone has a dream but for Emma Summers AKA Charlie Kane, her dream is dead.
Writing is never easy but the world of promotion is even harder - especially self promotion - and it's something that she simply can't do.
A bullying husband, life as a housewife and mother and a near-fatal car crash have left her self esteem at rock bottom.
But then, she encounters Matvei Orlov, the UK's leading Street Dancer
And dares to dream once more...
Following A Dance Of Cloaks comes the second novel in an electrifying new fantasy series of assassins, from bestselling author David Dalglish.
Book 3 in an electrifying new fantasy series of assassins, from bestselling author David Dalglish.
As the aftershocks of the latest economic meltdown reverberate throughout the world, and people organize to physically occupy the major financial centers of the West, few experts and even fewer governments have dared to consider a world without the powerful markets that brought on the crash. Yet, as Franâ€¡ois Morin explains in A World Without Wall Street?, this is the very step that needs to be taken as quickly as possible to avoid a perpetual future of dehumanizing working conditions, devastated ecosystems, and the submission of public policies to private interests.Ã¿Ã¿In this insightful and radical take on global finance, Morin recommends nothing less than a revolutionary reconstruction of the international monetary system. More, he recommends that the laws of societies be reformed so that the power of management may be shared among all of the actors involved in production, not concentrated in the hands of the few. This shift, argues Morin, will transform the monetary system into a common good for all of humanity, rich or poor. With Wall Street at the center of the very power structure that needs to be dismantled, Morin takes broad aim at the purely speculative financial games and arcane instruments by which the global economy and its citizens are held captive. In this very timely and provocative book, Morin bravely offers a way forward-instead of simply triaging a hemorrhaging system, he persuasively asks us to consider a subversive reinvention.
In a state where corruption is an art form, political outsider and talk radio host Remy Mistral has spent his entire career fighting for reform. The opportunity for him to finally make a difference has come, and his chance to get into the Governor's mansion is here. Only two things stand in his way . . . one is a killer and the other is a woman. Remy isn't sure which of the two is more dangerous. Dorothy Morgann Merlinn's father was assassinated in front of her ten years ago while making his bid for Governor of Louisiana. She's spent the time since running his financial empire and figuring out which of his many enemies has profited the most by his death. She's come back to Louisiana to catch the real villain and get her own life back, not the one she inherited from her father. All she needs now is a candidate to back with her substantial wealth, someone who will serve as unwitting bait in a dance where a single slip can lead to death . . .
Award-winning novelist and screenwriter Pauline Baird Jones currently calls Texas home - after an 18-year sojourn in Louisiana. Pauline's been a fictional killer since the first Gulf War. "It's very cathartic," she asserts. "If someone annoys me, I just smile, then make plans to kill them in my next book."
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