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Fire and Ice

Sherrilyn Kenyon - 1998
    She knows that the one thing he values in her is her virginity, and in a last-ditch effort to escape the fate her father has decreed for her, she sets out to seduce the first man she can find. Adron Quiakides was once a fierce League assassin. Now he lives in constant pain from wounds suffered years earlier at the hands of a madman. When Livia approaches him in a darkened bar, he willingly falls for her seduction. But when he feels the warmth of her healing touch he knows that he can't let her go. With her in his arms, he is free of pain, both body and soul.FIRE & ICE - Originally published in a stand alone ebook in 1998. Currently available in the OUT OF THIS WORLD anthology that features all the short stories Sherri wrote for Penguin.

Wings in the Night

Maggie Shayne - 1998
    Wings In The Night by Maggie Shayne released on Nov 23, 2001 is available now for purchase.

Evil Thirst and Creatures of Forever

Christopher Pike - 1998
    J. Smith. Surviving through countless centuries, Alisa is beautiful, strong and ...deadly. Kalika has transformed into a bloodthirsty killer with powers far greater than her mother's. So, Alisa faces a heartbreaking decision -- to save her daughter or the rest of the world. But perhaps things are not quite as they appear to be and the lines between good and evil seem blurred -- can Alisa decide the right path in time? Her decision will lead her back to the very start -- the day 5,000 years previously when she met the first vampire. Alisa must confront her darkest fears and ensure the first vampire never comes into being. But without a first vampire, there will also be no her. Is this really a choice she can make?

One Last Time: A Psychic Medium Speaks to Those We Have Loved and Lost

John Edward - 1998
    Now psychic medium John Edward's legion of fans can read his remarkable true story.With a fresh, honest--and at times even skeptical--approach, John discusses how he first discovered, then gradually developed, his psychic ability to foretell events and communicate with the deceased. He also provides accounts of his most compelling readings, how they helped heal the scars of grief and gave way to more fulfilling lives for the living--lives where loved ones never cease to love you, and never really die...In an all-new chapter, written especially for this paperback edition, he also empowers readers to tune in to their own psychic abilities--and read and understand signs of spiritual contact they may be experiencing every day without even knowing it.

The Last Vampire: Red Dice & Phantom

Christopher Pike - 1998
    The US government is in pursuit of Alisa and her partner, intent on obtaining their vampire DNA. Alisa has no choice but to go on the run. She cannot allow her blood to seep into the public domain. It is way too deadly and dangerous. Alisa then makes a discovery that both delights and terrifies her. If all plays out as she hopes she will finally know happiness, if not she faces untold tragedy and danger. And all the time a powerful force is watching over Alisa. Someone who knows all that ever was, and all that will be ...

Voices A Doris Stokes Collection: Voices in My Ear, More Voices in My Ear

Doris Stokes - 1998
    VOICES IN MY EAR was originally published by Futura in 1980 and immediately became a bestseller. MORE VOICES IN MY EAR in 1981. We still get many telephone calls and letters asking where the books can be obtained. Doris Stokes was a celebrated medium who confounded sceptics by the uncanny accuracy of her readings. In Australia she filled the Sydney Opera House and was mobbed in the streets. In America 'Charlie's Angels' was moved from its primetime slot to make way for her. In Britain she filled the Albert Hall, and radio phone-ins caused blocked lines and an avalanche of mail. Doris Stokes possessed an amazing gift - exceptional psychic powers that over the years of her extraordinary life brought joy and comfort to thousands of people.


Dinah McCall - 1998
    Now, twelve years later, Raine receives news that will take her back to her hometown of Oracle, Arizona, where she will face her lost love again.Haunted by the memory of the boy she once adored, Raine was not prepared for the mysterious, seductive man before her. For deep in Joseph's eyes lies a power that binds him to his Apache heritage, a power that promises to heal all wounds and restore long lost dreams . . . and love.

The Path of Yoga: Commentaries on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Osho - 1998
    In addition to lessons on postures and breathing, this guide provides a look at the history of yoga, including its roots and modern

Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy

Ingo Swann - 1998
    The agency was so secret that it had no paper trail, and hence no written secrecy agreements. Only the verbal ones, which in Ingo's case expired several years ago. Now, in this era of burgeoning UFO "glasnost," he tells a story of meetings held in a secret underground facility not far from Washington DC, and of being taken to a remote location near the Arctic Circle to witness the expected arrival of a huge UFO over the surface of an Alaskan lake. This book discusses undeveloped human telepathy and contrasts it with the probable existence of fully developed alien telepathy, which may have many different forms. Ingo also explores the fact that we officially know far more than we're admitting about the Moon - its origins, its atmosphere, its occupants and many other unusual features. Penetration is about one of the means by which we can learn more about those not of this earth (and vice-versa - telepathy. Do we have the means to answer some very important questions that many have been asking for quite a long time? Inside this book are the answers to some."

The Passion

Donna Boyd - 1998
    An intense saga of love and betrayal, The Passion is a story of those who walk the fine line between man beast.On the eve of a brutal murder in contemporary Manhattan, Alexander Devoncroix finally reveals to his son and heir a tightly guarded chapter in the family history, which is know to no outsiders.In a world in which a superior race of werewolved holds the positions of power, human and werewolf segregation had become the norm. But for the first time, the leaders of the pack have accepted a human. In dazzling nineteenth century Paris, we meet three pivotal players: the young human Tessa LeGuerre, who falls under the spell of a very powerful, very sensual werewolf; Alexander Devoncroix, the charismatic werewolf who adores humans too well, but whose ultimate loyalty is to the pack; and Elise, the imperial pack leader who lays claim to Alexander. Beloved "pet" of select members of the pack, Tessa naively embraces all things werewolf--an ambition that results in unspeakable tragedy.


Maggie Shayne - 1998
    James was accused of witchcraft...Only one man tried to free her from the hangman's noose--Duncan, the town minister, who died trying to save her. Three hundred years later, the accused witch still lives and longs for her love...At last, after centuries of loneliness, Raven has found her precious Duncan. But as he awakens to the passion of his past life, so too does the evil that tore them apart. Now Raven and Duncan must prove their love for all eternity...

Lifecycles: Reincarnation and the Web of Life

Christopher Martin Bache - 1998
    Lifecycles is the first book to both describe the dynamics of rebirth and explore the ramifications of adopting a reincarnationist perspective. The book begins with a masterful synthesis of recent findings from consciousness research and near-death studies. It includes the work of such eminent therapists and scholars as Stanislav Grof and Dr. Ian Stevenson, and critically surveys the most compelling evidence for rebirth. Lifecycles emphasizes the lessons for self-awareness and spiritual growth inherent in a reincarnationist world view, showing us how we can reconnect with the order, intelligence, and beauty of the universe around us.

Atlantis in America

Ivar Zapp - 1998
    It reveals substantial links between Meso-America and Egypt and the Middle East.

Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Worlds

Marion Zimmer Bradley - 1998
    She nurtured, encouraged—and nagged—them to produce more. Many of them, much to her delight, went on to successful careers of their own, becoming the "big names" of the next generation. As part of the Fantasy Worlds Festival in 1998, the last convention Marion organized, Marion and Rachel E. Holmen edited MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY'S FANTASY WORLDS, an anthology of stories by "MZB's Writers." It contains stories by Robin Wayne Bailey, Jessie D. Eaker, India Edghill, Rosemary Edghill, Dorothy J. Heydt, Heather Rose Jones, Cynthia McQuillin, Syne Mitchell, Diana L. Paxson, Steven Piziks, Raul S. Reyes, Deborah J. Ross, Dave Smeds, Michael Spence, Laura J. Underwood, Cynthia L. Ward, Elisabeth Waters, Lawrence Watt-Evans, and Paul Edwin Zimmer.

Miracles of Mind: Exploring Nonlocal Consciousness and Spiritual Healing

Russell Targ - 1998
    A pioneering physicist and a renowned spiritual healer combine modern scientific evidence with ancient Eastern teachings to explain the process of spiritual healing and to prove what metaphysicians have been teaching for thousands of years.

True Stories of Georgia

Carolyn Meinel - 1998
    Confederate heroes who search for Yankees, southern belles who inspire poetry, and a Native American chieftain who strolls silently through hospital corridors are but a sampling of the playful ghosts, spiteful spirits, and twisted souls who prowl the dark of night.