Op een warme zomerochtend is 'geluksdeskundige' Mart Hitz onderweg naar zijn vrouw om haar te vertellen dat hij haar voor een ander gaat verlaten.
Aan de rand van zijn woonplaats stuit hij op een wegversperring. De dijk langs de ringvaart blijkt doorgebroken en de bewoners zijn overgebracht naar een sporthal. Als hij zijn vrouw daar niet kan vinden, begint een even duistere als zenuwslopende zoektocht die hem door het onbekende leven van zijn vrouw voert. Het beeld dat hij van haar en van zijn huwelijk had, blijkt voornamelijk een bedenksel. Wanneer zijn veertienjarige dochter, ingefluisterd door zijn schoonouders, hem de verdwijning begint te verwijten, staat hij helemaal alleen voor zijn opdracht: het vinden van de vrouw die hij wil verlaten.
Matt Blake, is a heart old banker, who never had any compassion for his employees. He did not pay them generously, to put it mildly, and he fired them for outrageous reasons, like they have been sick and left work for a day. One fine day, Blake is holding a meeting at the First Central Bank of East Main where he works as the president of the bank. He leers at a pretty blond haired woman with blue eyes and ample breasts who walks into the building. The great-looking woman happens to carry a sawed-off shotgun and orders the bank employees to give her money in bags. The workers obey her. When Blake tried to intervene, she shoots him down.
Before security guards could stop her, she rushes to an elevator with the money she just robbed. Of course, security guards are waiting for her on the upper floor, however, the woman mysteriously disappears on her way there. Nobody can understand how and where she could escape, along with the money she robbed. When the doors of the elevator slide open, nobody is there. Who killed Matt Blake? Where did she go? Match wits with Alex French and see if you can catch the killer.
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Entrepreneurial brothers Scott & Jeff Ward share their ideas, approaches & strategies to inspire and motivate you down your path to success. Presented in 52 bite-sized essays, this book is packed with nuggets of information to help budding entrepreneurs get going.
‘Tis the season to be... fired, dumped, and befuddled about the future? Ben Richmond is not having a holly-jolly Christmas. In fact, life has been a wash since a knee injury ended his dream of a baseball career. He's so desperate that when he spies an ad for nude male models, he jumps at it, hoping he can pull off a grand gesture to win back his boyfriend. The only hitch? Photographer Gavin McNally.
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The Destroyer Trilogy brings together three of John Margerison’s WWI naval adventures into one must-have edition for the first time. DESTROYER DOINGS Through a turn of fate, the Stiletto parts company with its flotilla and comes across a German cruiser under the cover and darkness of thick fog that envelopes the sea.
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