Adventure & thriller ‘J’ Book Titles
Adventure & thriller large print book titles (Array book titles)
- Jack\'s Island
- January Window
- JENNET now she wants the children
- Judas LP
- Judas The Gospel of Betrayal (Large Print 16pt)
- Jump (Easyread Large Edition)
6 Adventure & thriller Large print books available
1. JENNET now she wants the children - Karen Perkins
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‘Jennet will have your heart and your fear in equal measure’
‘Through Jennet we see how cruelty can drive even the most ordinary people to hatred and, in Jennet's case, evil’
Yorkshire is in the grip of a heatwave, and Thruscross Reservoir has dried up to reveal the remains of the drowned village of Thores-Cross beneath.
Playing in the peaty mud which coats the valley floor, four-year-old Clare Wainwright finds an old inkpot, and can’t wait to show it to her best friend, Louise. But when Emma †sees it, her reaction is shocking, and both families are plunged into their worst nightmares.
Emma knows what the inkpot portends:
Jennet has woken.
Now she wants the children.
This is not a gore-ridden, jump-scare horror story. This is more real than that. Jennet is a story about the horrific things that people do to each other, and the way we react to that maltreatment – which does not always end with death.
Jennet’s story is a horror story because it’s not necessarily fiction. It reflects the way women were treated in the time that Jennet lived. It reflects the psychology of the abuse cycle. And it reflects real life. All of it.
If, as I believe, the spirit does not die when the physical body dies, then how many spirits are looking for vengeance today? ††
What wrongs will you want to right when you pass through that veil? What will I?
This is the conclusion of Jennet’s story, which began in The Haunting of Thores-Cross. I hope she finds peace. I really do.
2. Judas The Gospel of Betrayal (Large Print 16pt) - Frederick Ramsay
Largeprint (Paperback) Our price: £19.99 - Click book title for availability and further details
Boy Judas Iscariot struggles to understand his mother's god. Despairing, he becomes a survivor in the streets of the first century Roman empire. Later, determined to avenge the wrongs committed against his mother and sister, he returns to join the rebels led by Barabbas, only to be betrayed again. Broken, he is brought to the Zealots at Qumran and eventually to the Rabbi Jesus. During this journey he discovers God and is baptized into messianic anticipation. His enthusiasm for revolution leads him to out - guess God. He proceeds down a path that will result in a difficult and fateful choice
3. Jump (Easyread Large Edition) - Tim Maleeny
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When the most hated landlord in San Francisco takes an unexpected jump off the roof of his own building, it isn't too hard to find suspects. But the police want to call it a suicide, since both the Mayor and press are complaining about the dismal closure rate for homicide investigations. But ex-cop Sam McGowan knows it was murder. He also knows that anyone living on the top floor of the building should be a suspect, including himself. So Sam decides to get to know his neighbors: A lonely jazz singer more than willing to confess to any crime, past or present; Two young women paying for graduate school by operating a website that reveals a lot more than their SAT scores; The B-movie producer with a swollen prostate and shrinking bank balance; And the brothers at the end of the hall, who just quit their day jobs to sell marijuana for the Mexican mob. The only thing they have in common is a general agreement that their dead landlord got what he deserved - and that one of them is probably responsible. As more bodies surface and alliances shift, Sam finds himself jumping back and forth between his old life as a cop and his new one as a murder suspect, unable to decide where he really belongs....Tim Maleeny is the Macavity Award-winning author of Stealing the Dragon, a novel Lee Child called "a perfect thriller debut," Beating the Babushka, and, most recently, Greasing the Pi√Īata. Jump is his new standalone thriller. Maleeny lives and writes in San Francisco.
4. Jack's Island - Norman Jorgensen
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'This accomplished writer tells a good tale. The cheeky but lovable characters are woven well into a riveting story-line with an Australian setting. All blend beautifully together within simple prose to form an exciting and entertaining story.' -- Good Reading.... Jack's family is based on Rottnest Island during WWII while his father helps build an airfield. Jack and his best friend Banjo have the run of the island and a remarkable knack for getting into trouble - but as Jack says, 'I'm not that bad, I just get caught a lot!' Dafty, a simple but loveable young boy, dotes on Banjo and Jack. When Dafty seeks revenge against the local schoolmaster for a punishment inflicted on Banjo, life suddenly becomes more serious. This poignant, multi-layered text offers young readers a valuable insight into life in Australia during the war.
5. January Window - Philip Kerr
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Scott Manson: team coach for London City FC and all-round fixer for the lads. Players love him, bosses trust him. But now the teamís manager has been found dead at their home stadium. Even Scott canít smooth over murder - but can he catch the killer before he strikes again?
6. Judas LP - Frederick Ramsay
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Praise for Judas... "Lures us into the Roman Empire of New Testament times and into the mind of a great villain. There we discover a man like us and find ourselves intrigued or dismayed, or both...." -Ken Kuhlken, author of the California Century mysteries Judas, illegitimate offspring of a Jewish woman and a Roman soldier, is a survivor in the brutal streets of the first century Roman Empire. Later, as a young man determined to avenge the wrongs committed against his family, he joins a rebel band, only to be betrayed by them. Beaten and broken, he is brought to the community of Zealots at Qumran and eventually to the one forming around Rabbi Jesus. But his enthusiasm for revolution leads him to make a difficult and-for him and others-fateful choice. Dr. Frederick Ramsay is an Episcopal priest. Now retired from full-time ministry, Ramsay is focusing on fiction. He lives in Surprise, Arizona, with his wife and partner, Susan. www.frederickramsay.com
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