Priceless : Shannon Mayer :Werewolves, vampires, witches, demons, humans with special gifts. Yeah, lots of Urban Fantasy books have those. Now mix in ogres, harpies and unicorns and god knows what else. Blend in the fact that in this world most humans don't know that supernaturals exist. Pulling it all together is Rylee Adamson, a human with a couple of gifts.
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Rylee Adamson is a Tracker. Rylee is a typical badass, get-the-job-done kind of character. Rylee is starting to feel a little run down with what she does. Shannon Mayer puts in some great secondary characters, which help to alleviate the more serious aspects of the book. He and Rylee have been skirting around one another for ten years. Poor Alex is kind of in-between human and wolf form.
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Available for download. Not available in stores. Lloyd Constantine began his career in legal services, representing impoverished clients in civil rights and constitutional cases. Decades later, he would make headlines for representing retailers and consumers against a cartel that undermined one of the fundamental tenets of commerce in America: competition. A man who thrives on competition himself, Constantine now gives us the insider's story on the biggest antitrust lawsuit in history—a case that pitted his small firm against financial-industry giants Visa and MasterCard, along with Clifford-Chance, the largest law firm in the world. Combining the real-life legal drama of A Civil Action with the relentless pace of a John Grisham novel, Constantine delivers the definitive account of a case that made history and will be studied for years to come. Beginning in the s, when Visa and MasterCard—whose combined market share topped 95 percent—announced the merger of their debit card networks, Priceless traces the fallout of this catastrophic union, from raised eyebrows among attorney generals to the launch of a major class-action lawsuit.