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Alan Brenham Plays With Our Minds in “Game Piece”

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A killer is messing with Barry Marshall’s head — and with everything he holds dear. That sets the stage for Alan Brenham’s chilling, twisting, rocketing thriller, Game Piece (Black Opal Books), in which Marshall is the game piece that the killer is coldly, cruelly maneuvering. Want more BookTrib? Sign up NOW for news and giveaways A smart, tough, capable guy, Marshall is a detective on the Temple, Texas police force.  He’s married to Erin.  They have a five-year-old daughter, Cailey.  It’s a good marriage.  And it’s threatened…as is Marshall’s career, his reputation and his family.  What Marshall doesn’t know is that 12 years ago, the killer dated Erin and thinks Marshall stole her. The killer is enraged and the killer is smart. …

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Is Your Man Cheating? Author Rob Weiss Can Help a Girl Out.

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These days, we love superficial intimacy. That Instagram photo you posted of yourself on the beach. Ice cream all over your face. We offer the world a sort of intimacy that is posed, chosen, cute. We’ve all done it. I think I posted one of myself having a good time at the beach a couple of weeks ago to get over this cold winter we’re having in Connecticut. You have to wonder though, what would sex and relationship expert, Rob Weiss, have to say about these forms of intimacy? Could they possible lead to cheating within your relationship? I want to talk about the raw, ugly truth about relationships. We can all relate—they are messy and sometimes blurry. And typically,…

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Single? Five Surefire Ways to Feel Even Worse on Valentines Day

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If you’re single, Valentines Day can be a real crusher, reminding you of the fact that you’ve not found your special someone and everybody else on the planet apparently has. Or so it seems with all the “He went to Jared” and “Every kiss begins with K” jewelry commercials, plus your friends and relatives fretting about what gifts to give their sweethearts and whether they can reserve a table for two at Chez Restaurant du Jour. You might also have your mom chiming in and asking if you’ve met anyone, and your grandma trying to fix you up with her bridge partner’s myopic, asthmatic, socially challenged grandkid (who’s apparently a real catch if you can ignore the coke-bottle lenses, the…

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