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  • "Killing Floor" is a song by American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Howlin' Wolf, featured on his 1966 album The Real Folk Blues.
  • Killing Floor is a cooperative first-person shooter video game developed and published by Tripwire Interactive. It was first released on May 14, 2009, for Microsoft Windows, and subsequently ported to the Apple Mac OS X platform, with a release on May 5, 2010.
  • "Killing Floor" was the first and only single released to promote Bruce Dickinson's fifth solo studio album, The Chemical Wedding. It was released on 1998. The single failed to chart as it was only released in Japan.
    enemies
  • A person who is actively opposed or hostile to someone or something
  • A hostile nation or its armed forces or citizens, esp. in time of war
  • (enemy) any hostile group of people; "he viewed lawyers as the real enemy"
  • A thing that harms or weakens something else
  • (enemy) foe: a personal enemy; "they had been political foes for years"
  • (enemy) an opposing military force; "the enemy attacked at dawn"
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Motion To Kill (Lou Mason Thrillers)
Motion To Kill (Lou Mason Thrillers)
Grab "Motion To Kill" this week at the Special Price and celebrate Amazon’s 100 Kindle books for $3.99 or less!

Lee Child and Michael Connelly recommend Motion To Kill! If you like the action, suspense and excitement in their books, you'll love Motion To Kill!

"The story line never skips a beat. Fans will set in motion a plea for Mr. Goldman to return with more Mason (Lou not Perry) legal thrillers."
Harriett Klausner

"Lou Mason is still the sexy, brilliant but flawed counselor who is thrown into chaos and finds order. The plot leads you to the edge like the thrilling Yungas cliff road in Bolivia."
Elizabeth Wenig

When two of his partners are killed, corruption, sex and murder fill trial lawyer Lou Mason's docket as he tracks the killer. Will Lou be the next victim? Found out in Motion To Kill, the action-packed, can't-put-it-down first book in the Lou Mason thriller series!

Think Lee Child's Jack Reacher meets Michael Connelly's Mickey Haller and you have Joel Goldman's Lou Mason!

"Joel Goldman is the real deal!"
John Lescroart, Bestselling author of the Dismas Hardy thriller series.

"A real page-turner with plenty of action and many surprising twists and turns along the way driven by the wise-cracking protagonist and a great supporting cast."
David A. Berman

Grab Motion To Kill, the knockout legal thriller that combines the best of Lee Child and Michael Connelly!

"The plot races forward."
Amarillo Globe-News

And don't miss the blistering action and thrilling suspense in the next books in the Lou Mason thriller series, The Last Witness and Cold Truth!
Lou Mason is back in The Last Witness and this time it's personal when his surrogate father, Homicide Detective Harry Ryman, arrests his best friend, Wilson "Blues" Bluestone, Jr., for murder. Mason unearths secrets someone will do anything to keep as he closes in on a desperate killer, setting himself up as the next target.

When a troubled young woman turns herself in for murder in Cold Truth, Lou Mason takes the case - yet something about her story doesn't add up. To catch a killer, Lou dives into a sordid world of money, drugs and a devastating black market where the price for the truth is paid in blood.

Grab "Motion To Kill" this week at the Special Price and celebrate Amazon’s 100 Kindle books for $3.99 or less!

Lee Child and Michael Connelly recommend Motion To Kill! If you like the action, suspense and excitement in their books, you'll love Motion To Kill!

"The story line never skips a beat. Fans will set in motion a plea for Mr. Goldman to return with more Mason (Lou not Perry) legal thrillers."
Harriett Klausner

"Lou Mason is still the sexy, brilliant but flawed counselor who is thrown into chaos and finds order. The plot leads you to the edge like the thrilling Yungas cliff road in Bolivia."
Elizabeth Wenig

When two of his partners are killed, corruption, sex and murder fill trial lawyer Lou Mason's docket as he tracks the killer. Will Lou be the next victim? Found out in Motion To Kill, the action-packed, can't-put-it-down first book in the Lou Mason thriller series!

Think Lee Child's Jack Reacher meets Michael Connelly's Mickey Haller and you have Joel Goldman's Lou Mason!

"Joel Goldman is the real deal!"
John Lescroart, Bestselling author of the Dismas Hardy thriller series.

"A real page-turner with plenty of action and many surprising twists and turns along the way driven by the wise-cracking protagonist and a great supporting cast."
David A. Berman

Grab Motion To Kill, the knockout legal thriller that combines the best of Lee Child and Michael Connelly!

"The plot races forward."
Amarillo Globe-News

And don't miss the blistering action and thrilling suspense in the next books in the Lou Mason thriller series, The Last Witness and Cold Truth!
Lou Mason is back in The Last Witness and this time it's personal when his surrogate father, Homicide Detective Harry Ryman, arrests his best friend, Wilson "Blues" Bluestone, Jr., for murder. Mason unearths secrets someone will do anything to keep as he closes in on a desperate killer, setting himself up as the next target.

When a troubled young woman turns herself in for murder in Cold Truth, Lou Mason takes the case - yet something about her story doesn't add up. To catch a killer, Lou dives into a sordid world of money, drugs and a devastating black market where the price for the truth is paid in blood.

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Novels read (and still hunging around)
Novels read (and still hunging around)
Couple of times I have bought a novel that I already had read. Just to avoid better to list novels bought since 2002... ... Stieg Larsson: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Man som hatar kvinnor, literally Men Who Hate Women). The Girl Who Played with Fire (Flickan som lekte med elden, literally The Girl Who Played With The Fire). The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest (Luftslottet som sprangdes, literally The Castle in the Air Which Was Blown Up). The trilogy is really great reading!!!! Patricia Cornwell: Scarpetta James Patterson: I, Alex Cross. (Easy reading detective) Double Cross. (So easy reading that it is almost "alta riman", sells the reader short. And very bloody. Big fonts, a chapter is about one page long and leaves half page empty in the beginning...) John Hart: The King of the Lies. (His first book. Not as fast as some books, but exciting thriller.) Down River. (Thriller with family involved. Better beginning than the first book, exciting, logical, yet unpredictable finals, but the author opted to make an open end, depressive one. I don't want to complete other peoples stories. Like stories in 70's or 80's. No need to read the 3rd book:-( Michael Crichton: Pirate Latitudes. (The name says is all.) Michael Connelly: The Lincoln Lawyer The Overlook The Scarecrow The Concrete Blond Lost Light Wilburg Smith (Thanks Topi): When the Lion Feeds (Great adventure:-) J. A. Jance: Exit Wounds John Grisham: The Innocent Man The Street Lawyer A Time to Kill The Testament The Broaker The Appeal The Partner The Last Juror Playing for Pizza Arthur Hailey: Detective The Evening News Clive Cussler: Fire Ice (recommended. I just had read this before the tsunami in Thailand, surpricing fackts) Ken Follett: Night Over Water (recommended adventure for romatic travellers and airplane lovers:-) The Pilars of the Earth (epic historical novel with almost 1000 tight pages, 3 generation, good) Barry Eisler: Rain Fall (1st John Rain book) Hard Rain (2nd John Rain book) Rain Storm (3rd John Rain book) Killing Rain (4th John Rain book) Tha Last Assassin (5th John Rain book) Requiem for an Assassin (6th John Rain book) Fault Line (very good action book:-) (Ben Treven book) Inside Out (Ben Trevon book, starts to connect to John Rain, Barry Eisler is doing something I have seen only Isaac Asimov doing) Michael Chabow: The Amazing Adventure of Kavalier & Clay (After war comic industry begins...) Dean Koontz: Forevr Odd Your heart belongs to me The Good Guy Life Expectance (this was a nice book:-) Kill me instead The Darkest Evening of the Year (not as good as other Koontz, though I like dogs, ended Ilkka Remes style: exiting book, just suddenly ended) Lee Child (real name Jim Grant): ... errors in facts, but the writing is so fluent that Child is really entertaining to read Worth dying for (15th Jack Reacher Novel, last one as 2011) 61 Hours (14th Jack Reacher Novel). ;-(Pump sucks 70 meters). Gone Tomorrow (13th Jack Reacher Novel) Nothing to Lose (12th Jack Reacher Novel) Bad Luck and Trouble (11th Jack Reacher Novel) ;-(helicopters crash if no fuel) The Hard Way (10th Jack Reacher Novel) One Shot (9th Jack Reacher Novel) The Enemy (8th Jack Reacher Novel) Persuader (7th Jack Reacher Novel) Without Fail (6th Jack Reacher Novel) Echo Burning (5th Jack Reacher Novel) Running Blind / The visitor (4th Jack Reacher Novel) ;-(post mortem for air buble in bloodstream) Tripwire (3rd Jack Reacher Novel) Die Trying (2nd Jack Reacher Novel) Killing Floor (1st Jack Reacher Novel) Don Winslow: The Gentlemen's Hour Don Brown: Da Vinchi Code Deception Point Angels and Demons Digital Fortress (I like this one very much) Raymond Chandler: The Big Sleep Farewell, my Lovely Raymond Khoury: The Sanctuary Erle Stanley Gartner (Perry Mason books) (recommended:-): The Case of the Vacabond Virgin The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe The Case of the Fantom Fortune The Case of the Nervous Accomplice Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes): A Study in Scarlet The Sign of the Four. (If you think the 2009 Sherlock Holmes movie doesn't look original Sherlock, read at least this one) The Hound of the Baskervilles Paul Auster: Invisible (First the imagined author writes about himself: "I". Then another writer disclose that was his friends notes, that is another "I". Second chapter is written in second person: "you work from 10 in the morning, you make it a habbit...". Then the 1st author refers to somebody else's diary. All the way the feeling is that this is just an exercise, stretching before the real performance, practicing different approaches, sketching the painting options. But in the end it had a story and an end.)
she has a sassy lil' mole!
she has a sassy lil' mole!
Bastet does strike a fierce pose.................................................................... THE most adorable & also MOST expensive street-find, to date... Let me just say, for an alley cat, she sure has impeccable taste! Ergo, watch out for those CALICOS! Proof positive --> --------------> -----------> ---------> -----> ---> --> -> - From Ancient Egypt: the mythology: The goddess Bastet was usually represented as a woman with the head of a domesticated cat. However, until 1000 BC, she was portrayed as a lioness. Bastet was the daughter of Re, the sun god. It may have been through him that she acquired her feline characteristics. When Re destroyed his enemy Apep, he was usually depicted as a cat. Portrayed as a cat, she was connected with the moon (her son Khonsu was the god of the moon). When shown as a lioness, she is associated with sunlight. Bastet was the goddess of fire, cats, of the home & pregnant women. MY Bastet was rescued while pregnant & caught in a snowstorm. Her, that is. So, here she is looking as innocent as ever... but, don't be fooled like I was. This must've been some variation of the "look" she gave that convinced me to rescue her from the street. All I can say is, "What a SUCKER!" So, here she is getting ready to jump up onto the designer stool that she won't let ANYONE get near... & indeed stares them down until they move, when they try. She only drinks water from a faucet... any faucet will do, but now she's started a new thing where she's actually climbing in the sink & giving herself a bath. Killing two birds with one stone, I suppose? And, out of all the blankets in the space... she's chosen the most expensive one ever purchased - a cashmere throw (so I got it @ a sample sale & it was $700 off, still) as her favourite. Loving it in only the way a feline can, she's shredded it to bits. It now looks more like swiss cheese than a smart throw! ...BUT... just look @ those eyes! I can't stay mad for long, or at all, really. People who don't even like cats (and that did include me) fall in love with her! Alas, I'm now one of "those". As in, one of "those" single-women-with-a-cat cliches! LoL. photographer: a. golden, eyewash design - March 2006

killing floor enemies
killing floor enemies
Enemies and Playmates
When the abused decide to fight back, the abuser's world might just shatter. Lauren Covington's family maintains a grand facade that belies the life they live behind closed doors. Alex Covington, Lauren's father, keeps a tight rein on his family through dominance, abuse, and obsessive control. Consequently, Lauren doesn't believe she could ever trust a man, much less fall in love with one. When Lauren meets Jesse Ryder, her carefully constructed protective wall shatters. She falls hopelessly and completely in love. It's only fitting that Jesse is a private detective who had once worked for her father, had defied him, and was now the subject of Alex Covington's wrath. Amidst devastating loss, betrayal, and her father's destructive pursuit of Jesse, Lauren finds the trust and love she had always longed for.

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