You Can T Catch Me
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A riveting new novel of suspense about a disgraced young journalist caught up in a grifter’s game, and the trail of identically named victims she uncovers, from the instant bestselling author of I’ll Never Tell and The Good Liar. Assumed identities. A con game. Unwitting victims. After being fired from her investigative journalism job for plagiarism, Jessica Williams is looking for a break from the constant press coverage. She decides to escape for a week to a resort in Mexico boasting no connections to the outside world. While waiting at the airport for her flight, she encounters a woman with the exact same name, who she dubs Jessica Two. Drawn together by the coincidence, they play a game of twenty questions to see what other similarities they share, and exchange contact information. A week later, Jessica returns home and discover that large cash withdrawals have been made from her bank account. Security footage from the bank confirms her suspicions—Jessica Two has stolen her money. She goes to the police, only to be told that the crime is a low priority. Frustrated, she meets up with a trusted old friend, Liam, who is an investigator. When the two Google “Jessica Williams,” they get thousands of hits—Jessica was the most popular girl’s name in 1990 and Williams is almost as ubiquitous as Smith. Convinced that this isn’t the first time this scam has been run, Jessica is determined to catch the imposter, and writes a Facebook post hoping to chase down some of Jessica Two’s other victims. When she gets a number of responses, she sets a plan in motion to catch the thief, encountering a string of identically named victims along the way. Then, the threatening messages start arriving. Filled with incredible twists and turns, You Can’t Catch Me is a tantalizing, character-driven exploration of how far people will go to get revenge.
This delightful, rhythmic story is full of fun and energy. Two dogs spend their day chasing Blackbird while she darts from tree to tree collecting mulberries for her babies three. Will they catch her?
"You Can't Catch Me!" is a collection of sayings that were passed down from the author's parents and people in the community. It is her candid words of wisdom that have inspired the documentation of such cultural authenticity. Through her voice, may these life lessons transpire through generations to come.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Victoria Kelly, fondly known as "Vicky," was born in Cuba on January 14, 1920 to Jamaican parents, William and Beatrice Warren. She was raised in Jamaica and came to the United States in 1979. She is a daughter, sister, aunt, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and a hidden gem. She has 7 children, 13 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, and a host of cousins and in laws. Victoria resides in Los Angeles, California, where she loves to cook, sew, read her Bible, dance, and listen to Spanish music.
Hiding at the bottom of the garden seems to Jack to be the best way of avoiding having the dreaded bath. Soon the whole street is out looking for Jack but in this game of hide-and-seek he's found a place no-one would ever dream of looking. . . .
Raja Tiwari is freshly out of jail, and not for stealing hearts and killing with his looks. Audacious, handsome, and dangerously charming, he is looking for a new job when he meets the suave and beautiful Silky Sinha. To add the cherry on the cake, she takes him home. Why would a hot girl take an ex-convict, a stranger home? Did she want something from him? Did she want him? Wouldn’t the story be too simple that way? Enter ex-cop Thakur, unruly and wild. He has a job for Tiwari which would either make him filthy rich, or land him behind bars again. His plan leads to a dramatic verdict, unforeseen consequences, and a web of lies and deception. Tiwari always has an angle to everything, but he would need something more to be a step ahead in this game – assuming his own allies don’t end up killing him before the police get the chance… The question is: How far is he willing to go?
Somewhat against his better judgment, Mike Wells accepts a lucrative assignment from bigtime gangster Rico Bruck. It seems a simple enough job: to board a train and shadow a man on his journey to New York, and then to telephone his whereabouts to Bruck. Mike takes with him the beautiful Toni Kaye, who tells him she wants to escape Bruck's employment and make a career as a singer. But when they arrive at their destination, their target is found murdered...
The sun is up its a brand new day.Time to go outside and play... again!The dogs are back! This time they spend their day playing hide and seek with their new friends, the ten little frogs.This delightful, rhythmic story is full of counting, colours and fun.Will the dogs find the ten little frogs?
Delightful children's picture storybooks in premium silver format! Each classic picture book is stunningly presented in hardcover with a silver foil highlight on the spine, rounded corners and a special place-holder ribbon. Children will love to explore the enchanting tales from award-winning authors, and parents will love the great value price!
A “sinister, edgy, delectably creepy” story of mistaken identity, murder, and madness from a #1 New York Times–bestselling author (San Francisco Chronicle). Tristram Heade is a reclusive, repressed Virginia bachelor and antiquarian book collector who has traveled to Philadelphia to keep an appointment with a fellow dealer. But when he arrives, his life takes an unexpected and dizzying turn. A train porter returns his lost wallet, but the identification inside belongs to a man named Angus Markham, a gambler and real estate prospector. When Tristram returns to his hotel, he’s greeted by staff as Markham, and in his room, he finds Markham’s suitcase and clothes—as well as Fleur Grunwald, a woman who certainly knows her lover, Markham, when she sees him. And she seems to desperately need his help. At first baffled, then intrigued, Tristram decides to play along—only to discover that he’s not in control of the game. Especially when he takes on Fleur and her sadistic husband and finds himself lost in a conspiracy of madness and murder. If only Tristram could be certain whether he’s to be the killer—or the victim. From a winner of countless awards, the author of such bestsellers as We Were the Mulvaneys and Black Water, You Can’t Catch Me is “a tense psychological suspense novel filled with dual identities, double crosses, and duplicity. It is also filled with philosophical and literary allusions suggesting that this is less about the mystery of Markham than about the fragile mystery of identity. It’s just what one would expect from the celebrated Joyce Carol Oates, who uses the pseudonym ‘Rosamond Smith’ for her psychological thrillers” (Library Journal).
Beginning reader that contains a repeated refrain to encourage multiple readings of the same text to develop reading fluency.
In this beloved tale, the Gingerbread Man escapes from the oven and has to outrun all the creatures that try to catch him! Children will eagerly continue reading to see if he is able to avoid the clever fox or if he will end up as an afternoon snack. These classic tales of magic, imagination, and inspiration will delight children again and again. From the hard-working Red Hen to the foolish Gingerbread Man, these stories will capture children's interest and spark their imagination page after page, inspiring a lifelong love of literature and reading
"Superman may be faster than a speeding bullet but the little boy in "Can't Catch Me" is faster than a bullet train! And as if that wasn't enough he can fly like an eagle and out swim a shark! Inspired by the author's delight with his first grandchild, this joyful book follows a little boy through his imaginary adventures in which he outruns, outsmarts, and out swims everyone and everything."
A little dinosaur is not afraid of the biggest dinosaur of them all for a very special reason.
Able to find beauty in the hills of southern Indiana, Seeley withstands the work, troubles, and sorrows that encompass her family during the depression.
After her best friend is killed in a car accident Alice is devastated. Her parents decide to send her to the country to stay with her aunt and Alice discovers a horse who seems as lost and lonely as she is. Suggested level: intermediate, junior secondary.
A former confidence man and master impostor recounts his crimes, captures, escapes, and imprisonment, in a firsthand account of his international exploits.