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When whistleblowers against a large assisted living corporation in Florida began getting seriously hurt and murdered, the remaining whistleblowers and concerned friends decided it was time to call a dear friend and the best amateur sleuth around, Alice Ott. Impatient with COVID-19 restrictions, Alice and her crime-fighting crew leaped to action, leaving Western Massachusetts for Central Florida to face the challenges of COVID-19 as they worked to exposed corporate corruption that affected the nursing staff and their elderly patients. Danger Within is the fifth Alice Ott Mystery by Dusty J. Miller.
Danger in the House, the fourth book in the Alice Ott Mystery Series, tackles current dangers and injustices present throughout the United States. Alice and her crime-solving crew are committed to challenging injustice without losing their sense of humor. Danger in the House takes us on the breath-stopping journey of undocumented immigrants seeking sanctuary, a nurse facing racial profiling by local law enforcement, and a mysterious teen unsafe in his own home.
In Danger Under Ground, Alice is on the move again as she follows the trail of a highly charged kidnapping. Her friend Felicia, her dashing French lover, Gerard, and their young tattooed friends Warp and RubyStarr, must expose this politically-motivated crime. Alice suspects that the Global Energies Technologies, the multinational corporation with plans to build a fracked gas pipeline through rural Franklin County, is implicated. When the FBI is called in, the stakes get higher as Alice’s young friend RubyStarr becomes the primary suspect.
Alice Ott, cyber sleuth, veteran activist, and Raging Granny, sounds the alarm in a highly suspicious murder case. When the body of a woman is found at the front gates of an aging nuclear power plant, Homeland Security is called in. The dead woman is wearing a peace sign on her jacket and a belt of explosives. Eco terrorism is suspected, but Alice doesn't buy it.
Danger in the Air takes the reader on a fast-paced adventure from the quiet villages of Western New England into the epicenter of biological warfare, the high security labs at Ft. Detrick, Maryland. Alice Ott, with the help of a small band of concerned senior citizens, exposes a lethal cover-up. Alice successfully eludes dangerous covert operatives in her quest to reveal the origins of the infamous anthrax letters. Along the way, she reunites with her long-lost French lover and co-conspirator, Gerard, and proves that age is a state of mind.
Many books have described victims of rape and battering, but scant attention has been paid to another form of harm increasingly common among women. Here at last is a book that provides help for the thousands of women who secretly inflict violence on themselves. Filled with moving stories, this powerful and compassionate book is the first to focus on women who harm themselves through self-mutilation, compulsive cosmetic surgeries, eating disorders, and other forms of chronic injury to the body.
Dusty Miller's treatment model for addiction and self-injury, outlined in the best-selling Women Who Hurt Themselves, has been expanded in this new work to include the physical and spiritual impact of trauma.
Your Surviving Spirit contains a series of exercises and vignettes designed to help trauma survivors transform their pain and despair into the practice of healthy well-being. The book guides you through skill-building exercises, journal-writing activities, and the creation of your own stories and affirmations. Learn to identify the ways in which trauma has impacted your life in mind, body, and spirit, and discover the specific ways you can work on each level of experience. For the first time, this book gives trauma survivors access to a proven model of recovery structured in an easy-to-follow workbook format.
Are you afraid of or unable to create intimacy or closeness with your intimate partner? Do you find that sometimes you create emotional, communicative, or even physical distance from that special someone in your life, even when, deep down, you really don't want to? If so, you share the relationship style psychologists refer to as the distancer. Distancers are often afraid of being engulfed or controlled by their partners. They fear rejection, vulnerability, and dependence. Sadly, they also tend to have short and unhappy relationships.