Published April 22, 2008
by Brilliance Audio on CD Unabridged .
Written in English
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Guilty by Karen Robards is a great edgy romantic suspense novel. Tom, a homicide detective and Kate, a prosecutor, were great characters, I enjoyed the relationship between them and their story kept me intrigued for the duration of the book. I loved Kates 9 year old son, Ben, a clever and interesting little man/5. Guilty, Guilty, Guilty! (A Doonesbury book) Paperback – September 1, by5/5(1). The Paperback of the The Guilty (Will Robie Series #4) by David Baldacci at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed/5(69). The fourth full-length book in David Baldacci’s Will Robie series (begun with ’s The Innocent), The Guilty is another tremendous entry in the best-selling thrillermaster’s increasingly impressive resume. Robie, a black ops CIA sniper, accidentally shoots a child while assassinating a corrupt foreign.
In Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty takes on the foundations of our lives: marriage, sex, parenthood, and friendship. She shows how guilt can expose the fault lines in the most seemingly strong relationships, how what we don’t say can be more powerful than what we do, and how sometimes it is the most innocent of moments that can do the greatest harm/5(). Guilty Not Guilty is a journey of greed and jealousy set against the grief of personal tragedy, with many a twist and turn along the way. New York Times-bestselling author Felix Francis returns with another nail-biting thriller in the Dick Francis tradition. Guilty grabbed my attention from the opening scene and kept it throughout the entire book. Kate is in a pickle when someone from her past reenters her life and threatens her and her son. In order to survive, she has to outwit him - and outwit the sexy cop who is out to solve the case, too.5/5(5). Apple Books Preview. Guilty A Bad Boy Billionaire Romance. Nikki Chase. , 8 Ratings; Publisher Description. I swore to stay away from her. But a taste of her has got me addicted, and now I have to make her mine. I’m filthy rich. They call me a genius on the front page of the business newspapers, and you’re just as likely to see my face 4/5(8).
For me, this is an unusually high rate of guilty delights. After all, my work is primarily literature-focused. Thus, in addition to guilty pleasures, I’m also reading books you could class as: a) non-guilty pleasures, b) guilty non-pleasures, and c) non-guilty, non-pleasures. C) is the worst. A book about a horrendous crime, a layered mystery, intense family and business relationships, and the utterly sad tendency of modern society to tend toward a premise of guilty until proven innocent. A book about moral character, restraint versus letting loose, good and bad advice, knowing one's friends from one's enemies, and even lots of /5(). Guilty Pleasures. Ever since the Supreme Court granted the undead equal rights, most people think vampires are just ordinary folks with fangs. I know better. I’ve seen their victims. I carry the scars But now a serial killer is murdering vampires—and the most powerful bloodsucker in town wants me to find the killer. The un-guilty literary pleasure is delivered by writers using language to convey the impression of a world seen fresh, felt fresh. Wyld’s second novel (she has published just two), All the Birds, Singing, is a small masterpiece that I’ll hope to discuss in a future post.