“He said that he recognized her from a party. But her friends had never seen him before, so how likely is that to be true? If she'd been at a party, they would have been with her. And she didn't remember him.
Author: P.D. Workman
Publisher: pd workman
A missing girl. Her confused family and friends don’t know what to think about her disappearance. The police will only put so many resources into the search for a missing teen. They don’t have time and money to spend on runaways and voluntaries. But that doesn’t mean no one cares. Zachary Goldman is on the case, and he is determined to find out what happened to Madison Miller and to bring her home safely. If she’s still alive, he’s going to find her. No matter what danger he might face personally.
So I say that it is not true that Lizzie told a lie about it. If she did, Bridget did the same, and I would not say that for a minute. There is nothing to connect Bridget with this transaction. See how quickly you would suspect anybody ...
Author: Jim D. Jordan
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The mystery of Lizzie Borden has captivated the public as perhaps one of the most celebrated cases in our American justice system. Comparisons can be made to more modern-day trials, such as the O.J. Simpson trial, or the trails of Jodie Arias, Casey Anthony, and Susan Smith,which kept us riveted to our television screens to watch the gavel to gavel coverage of these sensational trials. Presented here for the first time in dialog form, are the full transcripts of the principal individuals, Bridget Sullivan, the servant, Emma Borden, Lizzie’s sister, those first on the scene – Mrs. Churchill, the neighbor, the police officers, and others who testified in the “Trial of the Century”. By close examination of the testimonies new light may now be shed on what the jurors heard and a better understanding of how they came to their not guilty verdict. Did Lizzie Borden commit the murders? Examine all of the evidence and arrive at your own conclusion.
And where church on the top of it ; that is , supposing there do little girls go to that tell lies ? " cried Will , who was a church . ... Unable to find another word , I began to from the heretic English , she had told a lie . ” cry .
Author: Kathleen Coulborn FallerPublish On: 2002-12-18
She told them you get a “whoopin'” when you tell a lie. Also, because the police were there, she also thought she was going to jail for teaching her friends the “inside peepee” game. She said a man taught her about her “inside peepee,” ...
Author: Kathleen Coulborn Faller
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Understanding and Assessing Child Sexual Maltreatment, Second Edition updates its comprehensive coverage of child sexual abuse definitions and indicators, interview and questioning techniques, and diagnosis guidelines to include an insightful response to the building social backlash against the so-called "child abuse industry." Distinguished scholar and experienced practitioner Kathleen Coulborn Faller applies twenty-five years of clinical experience and state-of-the-art research to offer authoritative guidance to both novice and experience practitioners.
Q. Do you know that if you should tell a lie here in court , you would be punished ? ... She is a pretty young witness to be sworn in a criminal case ; but I will let her be sworn , and give the jury some instructions in regard to her ...
Why did you tell me there was? Why did you lie about it?” She said, “People tell little children that to help them enjoy Christmas more. But you are in school with older children who know the truth so that's why I am telling you now.
Author: Joseph L. Kyle
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book presents some very raw facts about the negative aspects of racism and the devastating effects it has on individuals, municipalities, States, the Nation and indeed the world. It covers a ten year period in the author’s life, presented autobiographically, from 1940 to 1950. The story is based primarily on historical events as reported in the ex Black weekly newspaper, “The Pittsburgh Courier.” The news articles are presented as parts of fictionalized dialogue between the author, his young peers and older adult advisors. Most of the fictionalized accounts have some bases in truth but some did not occur in the sequence or to individuals as presented. Names of individuals reported in news media have not been changed, nor have the names of family members and teachers. Names of townspeople have been changed although a real person existed for that character. The primary goal of the book is to present true facts about the history of the “disease” based on a false premise of “race” that has caused so much suffering, ignorance and despair over centuries in the hope that we will stop perpetuating it and let it die the ignoble death it deserves.
Author: Cassandra Rose ClarkePublish On: 2017-05-10
“Then you're stupid,” she told him, “and can't see the Flame man under your own nose.” Gabe rolled his eyes and slouched back against the seat. “My men are loyal,” he said. “I don't have any spies on my team. Sorry you don't have that ...
Author: Cassandra Rose Clarke
Publisher: Serial Box
Tanya is out of time and Gabe is out of options in the penultimate episode of The Witch Who Came in from the Cold, Serial Box's tautly plotted new series that pits spies against sorcerers in a deadly game of espionage set in an alternate Cold War Prague. Double- and triple-crosses are the order of the day as the shockwaves of Operation ANCHISES spread in unexpected directions, threatening the precarious balance of power between KGB and CIA, Ice and Flame, friend and foe. Now Gabe and Tanya must decide once and for all where their loyalties lie. This episode, brought to you by Cassandra Rose Clarke, raises tension to the breaking point . . . and beyond. Praise for The Witch Who Came in from the Cold: "Those who like to mix magic, spycraft, and secret history should enjoy this—it may please fans of Stross’s Laundry series." —Locus Magazine "Full of fast-paced, high-intensity action paired with magic at a level that has not been seen until now, with a cliff-hanger that lets readers know that the game is not over and has only just begun." —The San Francisco Book Review "The Witch Who Came in from the Cold is a chilly evocation of a different kind of Cold War." —Charles Stross, author of the Laundry Files series “Take a double shot of Le Carré, a dash of Deighton, a twist of Quiller, a splash of Al Stewart’s The Year of the Cat, throw in a jigger full of elemental magic, mix well ... and voilà! The Witch Who Came In From The Cold.” —Victor Milán, author of The Dinosaur Lords "The occult love child of John le Carre and The Sandbaggers." —Marie Brennan, author of A Natural History of Dragons "As soon as I saw that, I was instantly hooked, and the pilot jacked the intrigue to the max. Two female Soviet spy witches, an American spy with something weird drilling magical holes in his head, and a world of secrets within secrets in a locale where old-world myth and the Cold War face off, pedal to the metal . . . it’s awesome. Or as we said in 1970, Far out. " —Sherwood Smith, author of Crown Duel "The installments are easy to read one at a time, but the tangles of alliances, secrets, and shocking double-crosses will have readers up all night mumbling, “Just one more.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
... what book it was she laid her hand on when she was sworn ; had heard tell of God , but did not know who it was ; and said if she swore to a lie she would be put in jail , but did not know she would be punished in any other way .
She shouldn't have told him that. But he looked sympathetic, so her stupid mouth kept flapping. “The irony is she's gotten pretty good at lying to me.” And she shouldn't have said that, either, not after she'd assured him the other day ...
Author: Janice Kay Johnson
If they hadn't lost the girl, Meg wouldn't have found Jack… She hadn't hesitated to take in Sabra, her daughter's pregnant best friend. Yet maybe that was Meg Harper's first mistake. It was hard enough raising one teen, but two? And now the girl has disappeared. Because Meg's the responsible adult, police suspicion falls on her. Which brings her entirely too close to Detective Jack Moore. The man's clearly attracted to her, but she hasn't been in a relationship in years and she doesn't even remember how to begin. Her past is…complicated. One thing she does know: she absolutely doesn't want Jack to be her second mistake. Her heart couldn't take it.
It was also why he asked her if she was alone when he called that morning. “Oh my God, Max.” She felt bad that Max thought that all along, and grabbed for his hand as she told him “He lied, Max.” “Oh, come on! Tell me the truth!
Author: Connie Stephany
A year after being dumped on her wedding day, Abby Simon was still left wondering what had gone wrong. It made Adam almost impossible for Abby to get over. Since then, Abby had been on a series of dates that usually ended in disaster, and she was ready to just give up on men entirely. When Abby unexpectedly runs into an old crush she hasn't seen in thirteen years, she can't help but notice he's hotter than ever. Max wouldn't give her the time of day back then, but to her total surprise, he seemed very interested in her now. Just as things are heating up with Max, Adam shows up claiming he still loves Abby and leaving her was the biggest mistake of his life. Adam finally gives Abby answers as to why he left and is asking for another chance. Abby must now make the biggest decision of her life...which man deserves a second chance?