NEW YORK TIMES AND USA TODAY BEST SELLING AUTHOR TONI ALEO PRESENTS THE NEXT INSTALLMENT IN THE ASSASSINS SERIES... It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas - with eight stories featuring your most beloved characters and their families - it's time to get comfy with a cup of hot cocoa and take a sneak peek at the holidays, Assassins' style. Join Lucas and Fallon along with Tate and Audrey as they await life-changing gifts; Erik and Piper, and Phillip and Reece who have decisions to make that could lead to exciting developments ahead in their lives; and Claire as she makes a Christmas wish and choices for her future. Spend Christmas morning with the Adler family and see what the New Year has in store for Karson and Lacey, as well as Kacey King. The King family faces significant changes and resolutions that will leave readers alternately cheering and maybe a little heavy-hearted...all wrapped up in a big bow. Join in on the holiday cheer and see who's been naughty or nice in New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Toni Aleo's novella - A Very Merry Hockey Holiday.
Dying to meet an eligible man?Website dating for the over-fifties is definitely a boom industry, but for some it has been a dead end, and the Scottish police want to know why. Sergeant Kirsty Cameron's aunt Edge is the right age to become the bait in their investigation, and even has some recent murder-solving experience on her CV, making her the perfect candidate. The third in the Grasshopper Lawns series dives gleefully into the murkiest end of the senior singles dating pool (where the predators lurk) with Edge secretly hoping to meet someone special. It's spring, and it seems the rest of the world is in love, is there someone out there for her? Preferably not the murderer, of course. Although their recent murders were solved with her friends Vivian, Donald and William, this investigation is so covert, not even they can know why she is suddenly so keen to meet a series of slightly dodgy men. They do insist on riding shotgun in the pubs and restaurants all round the beautiful Forth area in Scotland, which is a bit of a nuisance when Mr Right does come along. Unless he's just another dead end Excerpt from Five Six Pick Up Sticks'I feel exactly, but exactly, like James Bond,' Edge said joyfully. 'May I call you Q?' Sergeant Dinwiddie grinned back. 'Now pay attention, 007!' he gently took the phone from her. 'This phone can't be tracked normally, but it does feature a short range signal on a special frequency, which your team will be tuned into. And this, at the back - looks like a battery cover, but it's a panic button. Twist it sideways, then press, to call for help, any stage. It'll show up on any police scanners in fifty miles, anywhere in the UK.'
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