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Act of Contrition takes readers on a nonstop action ride, providing suspense and thrills on every page.
Bene Delrocco's road trip to Vegas—on which he hopes to find his own kind of inner peace—is derailed as he encounters strange individuals who are inexplicably drawn to him. There's Matt Stephens, the tortured Vietnam vet; Gianni Conte, the former detective who still hasn't lost his idealism; Kae Marshandre, the gorgeous yet haunted divorcee; and Virginia Quinn, the FBI agent who just can't let go of a past case.
Unwittingly, Bene finds himself in the midst of all the lives he touches, as well as followed by a murderous villain—one who has killed before and will again—with only these strangers shielding him from certain death. As a result, Bene starts to believe that the fabric of each and every life he encounters is stitched together by the hand of fate.
Act of Contrition causes readers to examine their own beliefs in good, evil, fate, justice, and love as the story of Bene and the others unwinds before their eyes. Don't blink, or you may miss one of the incredible twists in this suspenseful urban thriller.
Here are the top 10 things we learned from gameweek 7 of the 2016 MLS season from April 15-17:. 1. Referees Remain in the Spotlight. MLS PRO’s nightmare continues. Red cards didn’t play a huge part in MLS’ seventh week, but, “thanks” to Baldomero Toledo ’s meltdown at the end of Orlando City’s game against New England, referees remained in the spotlight. Chris Penso didn’t help matters by losing control of the Portland-San Jose game. In truth, both officials had good games until stoppage time. But in MLS, the truth is that unless you get Alan Kelly, Chico Grajeda, or Armando Villarreal, good luck. You’re going to need it. 2. Robinson On The Hot Seat. Carl Robinson is very highly regarded in Vancouver and around MLS, but there’s absolutely no denying that the last eight months have been a disaster for his Whitecaps. Vancouver, losers again on Saturday at Real Salt Lake, have scored just six goals through seven games so far in 2016 and sit in ninth place in the Western Conference. He’s used no fewer than four different formations this year, and his team continues to look disjointed and short on ideas offensively. Octavio Rivero hasn’t scored in almost eighteen hours of game-time, and the ‘Caps have gotten just one goal from forwards – the now-retired Robert Earnshaw – since last summer. The attacking problems trace back to last fall when the Whitecaps limped to the finish line in 2015 and were blanked over two legs in the playoffs by the Portland Timbers. Jermaine Jones Returns. No one had any idea where we’d see Jermaine Jones next after the German-American assaulted Mark Geiger in the playoffs last year, but it was more than fitting that he made his return on Saturday after serving a six-match suspension in a snowstorm... Lining up as the number 10 – a discussion for a different day – Jones got the opening goal in an all-action performance as the Rapids beat the Red Bulls 2-1 in a match Colorado dubbed SnowClasico2. Jones’ MLS career has been about making ordinary teams playoffs contenders. The Rapids, no more than sturdy at their best, fit the profile of a team that can give Jones the outsize role he needs to be his most effective. Now in third place after seven games, it’s time to start taking Colorado seriously. Source: World Soccer Talk
FILE - In this Saturday March 12, 2016 file photo, Chelsea's John Terry gestures during the English FA Cup quarterfinal soccer match between Everton and Chelsea at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool, England. Chelsea captain John Terry has offered to pay
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Having it all will never be enough for George Tazoli, an ambitious dealer on the trading floor of a prominent California bank. He is hand-picked for a special assignment to sell off bad loans, but not because he is dating the daughter of the bank's president, rather for his skill at working the market. The promotion sends him to New York, putting a strain on his relationship, but then a scandalous discovery lures him into the gamble of a lifetime. George must gauge the risks -- his direct superior is the bank's president and his potential father-in-law, who is married to an heiress worth billions, all the more reason for George to vow his fidelity. Back at the bank's headquarters, the president and his father, the chairman and grandfather of George's L.A. girlfriend, are embroiled in a long-standing feud with another family of stockholders competing for control of the bank. The boardroom tension and ultimate showdown keeps everyone busy while George makes difficult choices that will teach him a lesson learned the hard way -- even wealth has a price.
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