An 8-book set of the New York Times bestselling series, plus three bonus short stories More than 3,000 pages of dangerously hilarious drama! THE ACCIDENTAL DEMON SLAYER Newly anointed with demon-fighting powers and suddenly able to hear the thoughts of her hilarious Jack Russell terrier, a preschool teacher finds a whole new world of dark and dangerous, including a sexy shape-shifting griffin she's not entirely sure she can trust. THE DANGEROUS BOOK FOR DEMON SLAYERS Accidental demon slayer Lizzie Brown and her grandma's coven of biker witches have rolled into Sin City to take out a super-sexy succubus who has her eye on world domination--and worse, Lizzie's man. A TALE OF TWO DEMON SLAYERS Lizzie and the gang travel to Dimitri's home in Greece where they are confronted with his past...and an unwelcome family secret that could destroy them all. THE LAST OF THE DEMON SLAYERS Lizzie confronts her long-lost dad, who is a fallen angel in danger of becoming a demon. MY BIG FAT DEMON SLAYER WEDDING Lizzie's dream wedding is complicated when one of the guests at the eccentric seaside mansion is possessed and trying to kill her. BEVERLY HILLS DEMON SLAYER When an ancient cult becomes the "in" thing in Beverly Hills, Lizzie must infiltrate it and uncover the darkness behind the glamorous facade. NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEMON SLAYER A dark voodoo church rises up in the bayou outside of New Orleans. Now ritual fires are burning long into the night and the dead are having a hard time staying that way. WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOUR DEMON SLAYER IS EXPECTING Lizzie finds her mom in the clutches of a demonic entity they accidentally left behind all those years ago. *Plus three bonus short stories: I Brake For Biker Witches, Some Like it Hexed, Date with a Demon Slayer
This boxed set contains the first three books and novella in USAToday Bestselling Author Lyla Payne's Lowcountry Mysteries. When Graciela Harper returns to the small town of Heron Creek, SC, she's looking for a place to hide, drink, and lick old wounds. Instead, she stumbles across old friends, estranged family, a handsome mayor, and the occasional insistent ghost. NOT QUITE DEAD: When the ghost of swashbuckler Anne Bonny decides that pestering Gracie is how she wants to spend her undead time, Graciela is forced out of a lingering depression. In the real world, she navigates old friendships, cares for her ailing grandfather, and tries her best to shake Mayor Beau’s advances – but when reality crashes into the ghostly past, it presents complications that affect not only Graciela, but her family, too. NOT QUITE COLD: If Gracie thought Anne Bonny was the first and last of her ghosts, she was sorely mistaken. The recently dead spirit of Glinda Davis, the town’s longtime hairdresser, insists that she was murdered…and she needs Gracie to find out why. The search leads her into moonshining territory, threatens to upset her still-new relationship with Beau, and Gracie thinks she’s in over her head. NOT QUITE TRUE: With her boyfriend Beau in legal trouble, Gracie can’t sit by and do nothing. She starts an investigation of her own, which is interrupted by a famous Charleston ghost who wants her help to get closure of his own. That, combined with her cousin Amelia’s own mental and legal issues, means Gracie’s hands are all the way full—even when they’re not tied behind her back. QUITE CURIOUS: The other residents of Heron Creek tell their sides of the story, and illuminate some lingering questions from the first three books.
Release on 2011-12-15 | by John N. Miksic,Geok Yian Goh,Sue OConnor
Preservation, Development, and Neglect
Author: John N. Miksic,Geok Yian Goh,Sue OConnor
Pubpsher: Anthem Press
Category: Social Science
Presenting both the need for – and difficulty of – introducing effective cultural resource management (CRM) in the region, ‘Rethinking Cultural Resource Management’ in Southeast Asia explores the challenges facing efforts to protect Southeast Asia’s indigenous cultures and archaeological sites from the ravages of tourism and economic development. Recognising the inapplicability of Euro-American solutions to this part of the world, the essays of this volume investigate their own set of region-specific CRM strategies, and acknowledge both the necessity and possibility of mediating between the conflicting interests of short-term profitability and long-term sustainability.