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The Confession
Author: John Grisham
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 0440245117
Pages: 528
Year: 2011
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A latest psychological thriller by the best-selling author of Pelican Brief and The Rainmaker features signature courtroom twists and turns that imperil legal defenders caught in a web of corruption and betrayal. Reprint. A best-selling novel.
The Confession
Author: James E. McGreevey
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061740659
Pages: 384
Year: 2009-10-13
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In August 2004, Governor James E. McGreevey of New Jersey made history when he stepped before microphones, declared "My truth is that I am a gay American," and announced his resignation. The story made international headlines—but what led to that moment was a human and political drama more complex and fascinating than anyone knew. Now, in this extraordinarily candid memoir, McGreevey shares his story of a life of ambition, moral compromise, and redemption. From childhood, McGreevey lived a kind of idealized American life. The son of working-class Irish Catholic parents, named for an uncle who died at Iwo Jima, he strove to exceed expectations in everything he did, meeting each new challenge as though his "future rode on every move." As a young man he was tempted by the priesthood, yet it was another calling—politics—that he found irresistible. Plunging early into the dangerous waters of New Jersey politics, he won three elections by the age of thirty-six, and soon thereafter nearly toppled the state's popular governor, Christie Todd Whitman, in a photo-finish election. Four years later, he won the governorship by a landslide. Throughout his adult life, however, Jim McGreevey had been forced to suppress a fundamental truth about himself: that he was gay. He knew at once that the only clear path to his dreams was to live a straight life, and so he split in two, accepting the traditional role of family man while denying his deepest emotions. And he discovered, to his surprise, that becoming a political player demanded ethical shortcuts that became as corrosive as living in the closet. In the cutthroat culture of political bosses, backroom deals, and the insidious practice known as "pay-to-play," he writes, "political compromises came easy to me because I'd learned how to keep a part of myself innocent of them." His policy triumphs as governor were tempered by scandal, as the transgressions of his staff came back to haunt him. Yet only when a former lover threatened to expose him did he finally confront his divided soul, and find the authentic self that had always eluded him. More than a coming-out memoir, The Confession is the story of one man's quest to repair the rift between his public and private selves, at a time in our culture when the personal and political have become tangled like frayed electric cables. Teeming with larger-than-life characters, written with honesty, grace, and rare insight into what it means to negotiate the minefields of American public life, it may be among the most honest political memoirs ever written.
The Confession
Author: Robert Whitlow
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 140168887X
Pages: 416
Year: 2014-08-12
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"Fans of John Grisham will find much to like here." —Library Journal Confession is good for the soul, but it could mean death to an ambitious young lawyer. Assistant DA Holt Douglas has made a career of getting confessions from criminals. With a confession in hand, he knows a guilty plea is soon to follow. In the midst of professional success, Holt is haunted by a secret—a lie he buried in the grave of his best friend. Holt’s crime is hidden from all eyes—family, friends, police, and his soon-to-be fiancé. But the truth has a way of coming back to life. With obsessive prosecutorial zeal, Holt reopens a cold case involving the death of the town’s wealthiest citizen. The man’s death was ruled a suicide, but Holt suspects murder. Facing fierce opposition, he is determined to expose the killer. Holt slowly begins to unravel the facts. And comes face-to-face with his own guilty conscience. With his job, his relationship with the woman he loves, and his future at risk, Holt skirts the boundary between truth and lies, confession and hypocrisy, redemption and ruin. Can he survive long enough to finally make the right choice? “Readers will find plenty to love about this suspenseful novel as they watch its appealing main character juggle personal, professional, and spiritual crisis with a combination of vulnerability and strength.” —CBA Retailers and Resources, regarding The Living Room
The Confession
Author: Jo Spain
Publisher: Crooked Lane Books
ISBN: 1683319230
Pages: 368
Year: 2019-03-13
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You find outwho did it on the very first page. On the last page, you'll find outwhy in this expertly plotted, "enthralling" (J. P. Delaney) psychological suspense novel from an internationally bestselling author. Late one night a man walks into the luxurious home of disgraced banker Harry McNamara and his wife Julie. And when the man launches an unspeakably brutal attack on Harry, a horror-struck Julie, frozen by fear, watches her husband die. Just one hour later, the attacker, J. P. Carney hands himself into the police and confesses to beating Harry to death. Except he also claims that the assault was not premeditated and that he didn't know the identity of his victim. With a man as notorious as Harry McNamara, who was just found innocent in a highly sensationalized fraud trial, the detectives cannot help but wonder: Was this really a random act of violence? Was Julie really powerless to stop J. P.? When Harry's many sins areunveiled to include corruption, greed, and betrayal, nothing is for sure. This gripping psychological thriller will have you questioning, who--of Harry, Julie and J. P.--is really the guilty one? And is Carney's surrender driven by a guilty conscience or is his confession a calculated move in a deadly game? Brilliant and ice-pick sharp,The Confession is perfect for fans of B. A. Paris and Fiona Barton.
The Confession
Author: Sheldon Siegel
Publisher: Sheldon Siegel
ISBN: 0983006210
Pages:
Year: 2010-09-06
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Confessions abound-some of them quite unexpected-in Sheldon Siegel's new legal thriller. Mike Daley doesn't go to confession much since he left the priesthood twenty years ago and became a lawyer, but that doesn't stop his old friend, Father Ramon Aguirre, from trying to get him there. "It wouldn't kill you to go to church once in a while," he tells Mike. But it does kill someone. For several months, a ruinous sexual harassment suit has been building against the San Francisco Catholic Archdiocese, and when the plaintiff's lawyer is found dead, an apparent suicide, an almost audible sigh of relief is heard in certain quarters. But that is before the police find evidence of murder. Even worse-the evidence points to Father Aguirre. Mike and his ex-wife law partner, Rosie, jump in to take the priest's case, but what started out as difficult soon appears impossible as forensics, witnesses, and secrets from Father Aguirre's past all incriminate their client. Soon, their wits are the only things keeping the priest from a life sentence or worse, and wits simply may not be enough-unless they can conjure up a miracle of their own.
The Count and the Confession
Author: John Taylor
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307428338
Pages: 384
Year: 2007-12-18
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Roger de la Burde was an unusual and charming man—a wealthy scientist and art collector, he claimed to be a Polish Count, wore ascots, and always bowed to women. But after he was found dead in the library of his Virginia estate, police discovered that de la Burde was not the man he had pretended to be. In fact, he was such a womanizing swindler that they had no difficulty compiling a list of suspects, including the tobacco company he was suing, his disgruntled business associates, his longtime girlfriend, his pregnant mistress, and her husband. The woman they ultimately charged with the crime seemed the least likely of them all to commit murder; Beverly Monroe was an educated and unfailingly genteel Southern mother of three who had never had so much as parking ticket. But she had been de la Burde’s lover for twelve years (despite his frequent affairs) and she made a bizarre confession under intense police questioning. Was she really guilty, or was she manipulated by the police? With unimpeachable research, Taylor reveals the multiple layers of this fascinating case and leaves readers with troubling doubts about de la Burde, about Monroe, and about the justice system in America. From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Confession
Author: R.L. Stine
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 144246643X
Pages: 160
Year: 2012-07-31
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Fear Street -- Where Your Worst Nightmare Lives... Julie's friends couldn't stand Al. In fact, they all wished Al were dead. But that doesn't mean one of them killed him. Julie knows her friends. She knows they're innocent...until one of them confesses to the murder. Julie and her friends make a pact to keep the killer's secret. They're sure it was a one-time thing. It will never happen again. ...Will it?
The Confessions of S. Augustine
Author: Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.)
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 363
Year: 1840
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A Confession
Author: Leo Tolstoy
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048611256X
Pages: 96
Year: 2012-03-12
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This poignant text describes Tolstoy's heartfelt reexamination of Christian orthodoxy and subsequent spiritual awakening. Generations of readers have been inspired by this timeless account of one man's struggle for faith and meaning in life.
The Confession
Author: Charles Todd
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062101358
Pages: 368
Year: 2012-01-03
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“One of the best historical series being written today.” —Washington Post “Todd once and for all establishes the shell-shocked Rutledge as the genre’s most complex and fascinating detective.” —Entertainment Weekly The Confession is historical crime fiction at its finest, continuing Charles Todd’s New York Times bestselling mystery series featuring severely damaged British World War I veteran, and yet still astonishingly efficient Scotland Yard inspector, Ian Rutledge. Todd’s troubled investigator wrestles with a startling and dangerous case that reaches far into the past when a false confession from a man who is not who he claims to be leads to a brutal murder. The Confession is a must-read for every fan of Elizabeth George, Martha Grimes, P.D. James, Ruth Rendell, and Jacqueline Winspear, as post-war London’s best detective finds himself ensnared in a dark and deadly investigation that unearths shocking small town secrets dating back more than a century.
The Confession
Author: Sierra Kincade
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0425278018
Pages: 368
Year: 2015
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The hot and thrilling conclusion to the Body Work Trilogy, following The Masseuse and The Distraction Anna Rossi walked away from Alec Flynn to keep her family and friends safe. But she can't protect her heart from him, no matter how hard she tries... Time has done nothing to quell Anna's need for Alec. She knows that she did the right thing walking away; the constant media attention that Alec's been getting for testifying against Maxim Stein and Force Enterprises is evidence enough of that. But no matter how many times she warns herself that Alec is dangerous, she just can't stay away--even after her connection to him once again threatens her life... Alec knows the evidence he has against Max could stop him from hurting anyone ever again. But when it's revealed that Alec stands to inherit everything from Max's loss, his testimony is called into question--and Max could walk free putting Anna in harms' ways once again. Now he's beginning to wonder if any of this is even worth it--and if he and Anna will ever have a chance at true happiness...
The Art of Confession
Author: Christopher Grobe
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 1479839590
Pages: 320
Year: 2017-11-07
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The story of a new style of art—and a new way of life—in postwar America: confessionalism. What do midcentury “confessional” poets have in common with today’s reality TV stars? They share an inexplicable urge to make their lives an open book, and also a sense that this book can never be finished. Christopher Grobe argues that, in postwar America, artists like these forged a new way of being in the world. Identity became a kind of work—always ongoing, never complete—to be performed on the public stage. The Art of Confession tells the history of this cultural shift and of the movement it created in American art: confessionalism. Like realism or romanticism, confessionalism began in one art form, but soon pervaded them all: poetry and comedy in the 1950s and ’60s, performance art in the ’70s, theater in the ’80s, television in the ’90s, and online video and social media in the 2000s. Everywhere confessionalism went, it stood against autobiography, the art of the closed book. Instead of just publishing, these artists performed—with, around, and against the text of their lives. A blend of cultural history, literary criticism, and performance theory, The Art of Confession explores iconic works of art and draws surprising connections among artists who may seem far apart, but who were influenced directly by one another. Studying extraordinary art alongside ordinary experiences of self-betrayal and -revelation, Christopher Grobe argues that a tradition of “confessional performance” unites poets with comedians, performance artists with social media users, reality TV stars with actors—and all of them with us. There is art, this book shows, in our most artless acts.
Sight Unseen
Author: Mary Roberts Rinehart
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 307
Year: 1921
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Make the Confession
Author: Mark E. Robinson
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1477263527
Pages: 176
Year: 2012-08-16
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Make the Confession I am Healed in Jesus’ Name is written as a tool and resource encouraging believers of Christ to tap into their supernatural inheritance which was made possible because of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Sickness remains in the earth realm because God has not called His children home unto eternal heaven, and the last enemy (death) has not been destroyed. (1st Corinthians 15:26) Christians must know their ancestral heritage, the Creator and architect of the gift of healing, God the Father. The Lord Jesus Christ has called us out of darkness, and has placed us into His marvelous light. In the light of God dwells the fullness of God the Father. Well, if we dwell in the fullness of God, than there is no other choice other than believing that God can, and will heal every sickness and disease that encroaches upon our bodies, according to the faith that we exercise in His word. In the fullness of God dwells excellence which translates into good health, and healing. Make the Confession, I Am Healed. This is not a disclaimer to ignore medical practitioners’ prognosis, advice, or the use of legalized prescribed medication, however, this book is intended to encourage believers to apply their faith when medical illnesses and injuries present themselves. Christians should seek medical assistance routinely, plan annual physicals to ward off sicknesses through the education and familiarization of our bodies. Being intimate with the condition of your body defies or deters premature death, and long term illnesses. Be encourage, because we have a promise that God will satisfy us with long life. (Deuteronomy 28) God desires that we live in good health and prosper even as our soul prospers. (3 John 2)
The Confession
Author: Maksim Gorky
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 293
Year: 1916
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