Little Stolen Memories

Little Stolen Memories
Author: Cheryl Bradshaw
Publisher: Pixie Publishing
Total Pages: 238
Release: 2024-05-28
Genre: Fiction
ISBN:

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In a secluded cabin deep within the woods, an ominous stranger is about to change the lives of six unsuspecting teenagers forever … When Owen ventures outside and mysteriously vanishes, Jackson and Aiden set out to find him. As night descends and the teen boys fail to return, Cora joins in the search. The silence of the woods is shattered when Cora stumbles upon a horrifying discovery—Jackson lying motionless in a pool of his own blood, his fragile life slipping away. With every moment counting, Cora rushes for help, unaware of the danger lurking nearby. Someone steps out of the shadows, striking her on the side of the head with a heavy object. As her legs buckle beneath her, she sags to the ground, and everything around her goes black. Little Stolen Memories is a haunting, pulse-pounding mystery of survival, deception, and intrigue that will hold you captive from the heart-stopping beginning to the unimaginable end. What Readers are Saying about the Series: "Makes you want to keep reading the story into the night." "A strong lead character and plenty of drama, it keeps the reader engaged." "Leaving you wanting to read more." "You feel like you live close by and can see these characters walking by and waving to you." "I will definitely read more from this author." "Kept me on the edge of my seat."

Stolen Memories

Stolen Memories
Author: Liz Johnson
Publisher: Harlequin
Total Pages: 220
Release: 2014
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0373445865

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IF ONLY SHE COULD REMEMBER... Attacked and left for dead, "Julie Thomas" has amnesia, and doesn't know why anyone would want to hurt her. But when surveillance video of that night shows Julie holding a baby--a baby nowhere to be found--she panics. Is the child hers? Where is she now? With no answers and no place to go, Julie accepts Detective Zach Jones's offer to help her solve both mysteries. The handsome, loyal cop makes her feel safe. But someone is trying very hard to make sure her memories stay buried forever. Witness Protection: Hiding in plain sight

Stolen Memories

Stolen Memories
Author: Michele Sudler
Publisher: Kensington Books
Total Pages: 356
Release: 2008
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781585712700

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As a white contractor begins dating his black client, their interracial relationship is further complicated after he discovers some dark secrets about his family that will change his life forever. Original.

Stolen Memories: Hidden Agenda

Stolen Memories: Hidden Agenda
Author: William J. Smith
Publisher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 271
Release: 2014-07-27
Genre:
ISBN: 1312098910

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Carrie Anne Wellington is a ten-year-old girl coming from a well-connected, political family, but one day she wakes up in a padded-cell, bound in a Posey strait-jacket, and she couldn't remember a thing. Over time, Carrie Anne's memory returns and she realizes that her losing her memory wasn't just due to happenstance, that she is a victim of a governmental conspiracy, and that she must escape the insane asylum where she was committed and let the world know what happened to her before it's too

Stolen Memory

Stolen Memory
Author: Sharon Johnston Bacon
Publisher: WestBow Press
Total Pages: 280
Release: 2022-07-27
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1664269819

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Delilah and Stormy Sampson, sisters hailing from a small Georgia town, suddenly become the target of a two-bit gangster when their addict mother disappears. Her boss, Stanley “the Swindler” Barron, believes she stole his memory stick, which contained incriminating evidence of not only his illicit activities but also those of a dangerous crime syndicate from Chicago. He’s convinced the young women know where the missing memory stick is, and his life depends on finding before the mob discovers his indiscretion. But there is a problem—even if their mother has the memory stick, Delilah and Stormy haven’t seen her in months. Unfortunately for sisters, they land on the hit list of all concerned, and their lives becomes a deadly game of cat and mouse. Eventually, the sticky situation involves their friends—who happen to be ladies of the night—a police detective investigating the case, and the detective’s grandmother. To complicate things further, in the midst of all the mayhem, Delilah finds love. But how can she fall for a cop when she has been avoiding the law for as long as she can remember? When the detective’s grandmother lovingly leads Delilah to Jesus, however, it only proves that nothing is impossible for God. In this fast-paced cozy mystery, two sisters, a two-bit gangster, and a cop all desperately search for a stolen memory stick before a dangerous Chicago mob finds it first.

Stolen Memories

Stolen Memories
Author: Marie Cloud
Publisher: iUniverse
Total Pages: 140
Release: 2001-01-08
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 146971292X

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STOLEN MEMORIES deals with the impact of being a caregiver for a parent and how it not only affects one’s job and family, but also one’s mental and physical health. This story deals with the guilt that caregivers often carry as the gradually have to invade their parent’s privacy in order to keep them safe – everything from having to take a driver’s license away, to having to put a parent into an Alzheimer’s care facility. Marie encounters feelings of helplessness as she has to go against her mother’s wishes in order to care for her. Later her struggles through her own dark depression as the hopeless prognosis of Alzheimer’s disease takes its toll on her entire family, understands her agonizing sense that no matter what she did, it wasn’t enough. STOLEN MEMORIES deals with real issues that confront many of us. It is important that those who have been through caring for a parent with Alzheimer’s disease share their stories, as these experiences may help someone recognize and deal with this disease in its early stages.

Stolen Memories

Stolen Memories
Author: J. A. Anderson
Publisher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 271
Release: 2007-07-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0615152139

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Stolen Memories is the poignant story of one family's journey through the harrowing world of Alzheimer's Disease. Though tragic, Maggie and John's story demostrates the power of the human spirit. Hope can be found in a hopeless situation. Joy can coexist with despair. Above all else, Stolen Memories is a love story that shouldn't be forgotten.

Stolen Memory

Stolen Memory
Author: Virginia Kantra
Publisher: Silhouette
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2010-08-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1426873794

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He was as impressive in person as he was to read about in the papers. Simon Ford exuded his trademark power and intelligence…despite having amnesia. For small-town police officer Laura Baker, there were countless reasons to find Simon's attacker, but one that landed her off the case: Her father was the prime suspect. But Simon wanted her help, and Laura suspected that Simon always got what he wanted. Despite herself, she agreed to keep his memory loss a secret and to fake intimacy to explain her closeness and her questions. Yet when the line between ruse and reality became blurred, Laura knew she'd let in danger of a different kind….

Stolen Memories

Stolen Memories
Author: Lynda Everman
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total Pages: 108
Release: 2019-06-25
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1532683332

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Dementia steals memories—creative stitchery crafts can hold memories. Stolen Memories: An Alzheimer’s Stole Ministry and Tallit Initiative describes the use of hand-sewn, individualized stoles and stole-style tallitot in advocacy for Alzheimer’s and related dementias. These beautiful pieces of liturgical art can increase awareness, prompt discussion, begin an educational process, promote dementia-friendly faith communities, and give honor to those affected by Alzheimer’s. Pastors wear them in the pulpit or as they conduct services, particularly during national days of awareness or remembrance of those affected by dementia or their caregivers and loved ones. Chaplains wear them in pastoral visits or special services for people in assisted living or memory-care units. Advocates wear them as they speak at churches, synagogues, conferences, or training sessions, or as they make visits to their representatives in Congress to lobby for increased funding for research, as well as treatment and care for persons living with dementia and their care partners. Included are simple step-by-step instructions and photos on how readers can piece and sew their own stoles and tallitot, along with many photos of clergy wearing them and their personal reflections on the stoles/tallitot and their meaning to them.

Lost Memories and New Beginnings

Lost Memories and New Beginnings
Author: Lorana Hoopes
Publisher: Lorana Hoopes
Total Pages: 173
Release: 2020-04-17
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 139310553X

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An accident, a loss of memory, a past that could ruin your future! Tia Sweetchild wants to remember who she is after the accident, but when pieces begin to fall into place that point to a troubled past, will she be able to convince Brody she's changed? Dr. Brody Cavanaugh thought he was done with love until Tia Sweetchild appeared in his life, but when her past paints a different picture of her, will that tear him apart? And what happens when the owner of the black Ford truck returns? Find out in this gripping and emotional second book in The Men of Fire Beach series by USA Today best-selling author Lorana Hoopes. Fans of Alana Terry, Christy Barritt, and Susan May Warren will love this fast-paced romantic suspense. Grab your copy today!