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text 2019-12-11 07:26
Locate Your Inmate Effortlessly with an Inmate Locator Tool

Finding whereabouts of a missing person can be done by making a report, of that missing person at the police station. But what if the person you are finding is already in their custody? How will you be able to know where your convicted person is? Is there any easy way to find in which facility your inmate is in?

 

Well, for starters, there are many ways to find whereabouts of the convicted person you are searching for. However, of all the techniques, you need to find such a tool that is loaded with the latest information, easy, comfortable as well as affordable. A device, that can provide the information about your inmate in no time.

 

A jail inmate locator tool of Pigeonly can be the best option that can help you in such difficult times of your life. The tool is so easy to work with that all you need to do is provide the necessary information about your inmate.

 

The jail inmate lookup tool is so easy that it is accessible on any of the devices like your mobile, laptop, computer, or even on a tablet. There are some basic questions asked on the screen about the inmate you are searching for, provide as much information as possible about your inmate.

The tool has all the latest information about the convicted persons no mater in which facility your inmate is in. The device consists of the database from all the three facilities, be it a state, federal, or country.

 

The information which you feed in the device is matched with this database, and you are able to see the location of the person you have been searching for.

 

The basic information likes,

  • Name of the person convicted
  • Sex of the inmate
  • Age of the person convicted
  • The place from where your person is convicted

Along with this information, if you know the identification number or the name of the facility they have been taken to, you can provide that too.

 

One thing is very crucial, the tool searches through the database of all three facilities, where there are thousands of inmates, hence providing more information will help you to get a faster result.

 

You can just feed inmate search by name, in the device, and provide only the name age and sex of the person, no problem at all. Only, the issue will be that the search might take some time as it runs the name through the database of all three facilities. Also, the search results will be vast, too, and you will have to look for your person from the results search list.

 

Let's see an example,

If you feed a name Sam, with the age of 32 years and sex as male, there might be hundreds of Sam with the same age and same sex. The search result will show you the list of all Sams, with the same age and same sex from all the three facilities. And imagine how long this list can be.

 

So, the more information you feed, the smaller will be the search result list and more comfortable will be the search. Thus for accurate results, supplying all the information to the tool is essential.

 

However, you need not worry if you won't be able to provide the information, and the list of the inmates will still be available to you. You can then search your specific person from the obtained result search list.

 

The inmate locator tool not only helps you to find the convicted inmates from the facilities but also can help to locate the person who is convicted in immigration jail inmate lookup. Sometimes it may happen that the person you are searching for might not be in any of the three facilities. Maybe they are detained by the immigration officers in immigration custody.

 

To find such a convicted person in immigration custody, the inmate search tool helps you to know where the immigration officers have detained your specific person.

The immigration authority has the power to hold such people who are no longer allowed to stay in that particular country. The immigration officers detain such immigration until their case is unheard of.

 

In general, the immigration officers cannot detain the person, a minimum of seventy two hours or a maximum of a week. As they have not committed any actual crime, they cannot be called as prisoners.

 

Even then, a period of seventy two hours or a week is a significant amount of time. So it is obvious to be worried about your family member, friend, or a loved one. And if you are in search of such a person, the tool will help you in searching for that particular person from the immigration facility too.

 

The procedure to find immigration detainees is the same as the one to find inmates in facilities.

Provide the information of the immigrant detainee to the tool like

  • first and the last name,
  • male or female sex,
  • birth date
  • birthplace
  • residential address where the detainee was staying before convection
  • the place from where immigration officers convicted the detainee and
  • Alian registration number

The same rule applies here too just like inmate locator, the more information you feed, the more will be the search more accessible.

 

Not only the tool helps you to find your inmate or immigration detainee, but the device also helps you to connect with them via phone calls. There are many packages available for different price ranges. You can select any plan, depending on how much you want to call them or send items.

 

There is a convenience of the free trial before the selection of the plan. So you can choose according to your needs and your budget.

 

Whichever plan you choose, one thing is very sure that the services are uninterrupted, smooth, and very easy to follow. The tool allows you to find your inmate as well as connect with them, send gifts, letters, postcards, and many other things.

 

Staying with your convicted inmate has never been so easy, thanks for the tool that is comfortable to use, as well as in budget.

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review 2019-12-11 01:42
Alphabet Weekends by Elizabeth Noble
Alphabet Weekends - Elizabeth Noble

Alphabet Weekends is a romance story about Natalie and Tom - old friends who are in various places in their lives. Tom thinks there could be more than friendship between them, but Natalie has just had her heart broken by the departure of her long-time boyfriend Simon. To help ease her back into life again, Tom talks Natalie into the two of them doing an activity together each weekend beginning with a different letter of the alphabet.

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2019-12-11 01:36
Book Review: Doctor Dave abby Knox
Doctor Dave - abby knox
December 3-10

Working the graveyard shift at a local shopping mall isn’t as bad as you think, and 29 year old security guard Millie has plenty of hobbies to help her pass the lonely hours each night. Need a hand-knit animal hat? She’s got you covered. But the best part of her late night job is tuning in to hear bad boy radio personality, Doctor Dave, give out unorthodox dating and sex advice on his live call-in show. With her 30th birthday fast approaching, she’s quickly giving up on finding true love for herself. Tonight, however, she’s giving it one more chance before taking extreme measures. Will dialing up the sexy Doctor Dave finally provide the right prescription?


Review: Milly works security at the mall she is a virgin and she is planning on calling Doctor Dave a radio host who gives advice she loves his voice . There has been some pretzel creep who has been bothering milly. Milly calls Doctor Dave and explains her situation that she's a virgin has very overprotective brothers .Dave is very intrigued by Milly and likes her and ends up getting her off over the phone. Milly notices something and it was pretzel creep who is a psychopath. Dave goes to get milly she stun guns pretzel creep and the police come. Milly and David get a little comfortable and start fooling around. The epilogue includes David has quit radio and Milly and David are married with a baby on the way very cute story.
 
 
 
 

 

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text 2019-12-10 21:30
Around the World in 80 Books Mostly by Female Authors: Master Update Post

[World map created with Mapchart.net]

 

The aim: To diversify my reading and read as many books as possible (not necessarily 80) set in, and by authors from, countries all over the world.  Female authors preferred.  If a book is set in a location other than that of the author's nationality, it can apply to either (but not both).

 

On the map I'm only tracking new reads, not also rereads.

 

The Books:

Africa

Nigeria

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Purple Hibiscus (new)

 

Egypt

Elizabeth Peters: Crocodile on the Sandbank (new)

Agatha Christie: Murder on the Nile (new) and Death on the Nile (revisited on audio)

 

Zimbabwe

Alexandra Fuller: Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight (new)

 

Morocco

Laila Lalami: The Moor's Account (new)

 

Rwanda

Clea Koff: The Bone Woman (new)

 

Ghana

Kofi Annan: Interventions: A Life in War and Peace (new)

 

Sierra Leone

Aminatta Forna: The Memory of Love (new)

 

Democratic Republic of Congo

Sandra Uwiringiyimana: How Dare the Sun Rise (new)

 

 

 

 

 

Americas

USA

Michelle Obama: Becoming (new)

Mary Roberts Rinehart: The Red Lamp (new)

Nevada Barr: Track of the Cat (new)

Louise Erdrich: The Plague of Doves (new)

James D. Doss: The Night Visitor (new)

Ann Leckie: The Raven Tower (new)

Ellen Datlow, Terri Windling (eds.) & Various Authors: A Wolf at the Door and Other Retold Fairy Tales (new)

Bob Berman: Earth-Shattering (new)

Fredric Brown: The Dead Ringer (new)

Jim Butcher: The Aeronaut's Windlass (new)

Anna Katharine Green: The Golden Slipper (new)

Toni Morrison: Beloved (new)

Clayton Rawson: Death from a Top Hat (new)

Delia Owens: Where the Crawdads Sing (new)

Rex Stout: And Be a Villain (new)

Jennifer Estep: Kill the Queen (new)

Joan D. Vinge: Ladyhawke (revisited)

Dennis Lehane: The Given Day (new)

Sharyn McCrumb: The Unquiet Grave (new)

Paul Holes, Jim Clemente, Peter McDonnell, Steven Kramer & Various Contributors: Evil Has a Name (new)

Patricia Highsmith: Strangers on a Train (new)

Susan Orlean: The Library Book (new)

Dorothy B. Hughes: The So Blue Marble (new)

* Puerto Rico

Rosario Ferré: The House on the Lagoon (new)

 

Canada

Stef Penney: The Tenderness of Wolves (new)

Margaret Atwood: Hag-Seed and The Testaments (both new); The Handmaid's Tale (revisited on audio)

Louise Penny: Still Life (new)

 

Brazil

Clarice Lispector: The Hour of the Star (new)

 

Curaçao

John le Carré: The Night Manager (new)

 

Dominican Republic

Julia Alvarez: How the García Girls Lost Their Accents (new)

 

Haiti

Tom Reis: The Black Count (new)

 

Mexico

Silvia Moreno-Garcia: Gods of Jade and Shadow (new)

 

Jamaica

Sara Collins: The Confessions of Frannie Langton (new)

 

Guatemala

Kathy Reichs: Grave Secrets (new)

 

 

 

 

 

Asia

China

Xinran: The Good Women of China (new)

 

Japan

Shizuko Natsuki: Murder at Mt. Fuji (new)

 

North Korea

Hyeonseo Lee: The Girl with Seven Names (new)

 

South Korea

Min Jin Lee: Pachinko (new)

 

Sri Lanka

Michael Ondaatje: Anil's Ghost (new)

 

Turkey

Elif Shafak: Three Daughters of Eve (new)

 

India

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni: Sister of My Heart (new)

M.M. Kaye: Death in Kashmir (new)

William Dalrymple: The Last Mughal (new)

 

Kyrgizstan

Chingiz Aitmatov: Jamilia (new)

 

Philippines

Laurence Bergreen: Over the Edge of the World (new)

 

Iraq

Gertrude Bell, Georgina Howell (ed.): A Woman in Arabia: The Writings of the Queen of the Desert (new)

 

Azerbaijan

Banine: Days in the Caucasus (new)

 

Malaysia

Zen Cho: Sorcerer to the Crown (new)

 

Israel / Palestine

Agatha Christie: Star Over Bethlehem and Other Stories (new)

 

 

 

 

 

Australia / Oceania

Australia

Joan Lindsay: Picnic at Hanging Rock (new)

Trudi Canavan: The Magicians' Guild (new)

 

New Zealand

Ngaio Marsh: Vintage Murder, Died in the Wool, and Photo Finish (all revisited on audio)

Witi Ihimaera: The Whale Rider (new)

 

 

 

 

 

Europe

United Kingdom

Lorna Nicholl Morgan: Another Little Murder (new)

Stephen Fry, John Woolf, Nick Baker: Stephen Fry's Victorian Secrets (new)

P.D. James: A Taste for Death (revisited on audio)

Agatha Christie: The Big Four, Why Didn't They Ask Evans?, The Unexpected Guest, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, The Secret Adversary (twice), Parker Pyne Investigates, The Mysterious Mr. Quin, The Regatta Mystery and Other Stories, Hallowe'en Party, And Then There Were None, The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding, Three Blind Mice and Other Stories, The Witness for the Prosecution, The Golden Ball and Other Stories, and Hercule Poirot's Christmas (all revisited on audio; The Unexpected Guest also in print); as well as The Lost Plays: Butter in a Lordly Dish / Personal Call / Murder in the Mews (new)

Elizabeth Ferrars: Murder Among Friends (new)

Barbara Pym: Excellent Women, Quartet in Autumn, and An Unsuitable Attachment (all new)

Terry Pratchett: Equal Rites, Wyrd Sisters (both revisited on audio), Mort, Sourcery, Guards! Guards!, Monstrous Regiment, and Pyramids (all new)

Georgette Heyer: Why Shoot a Butler?, They Found Him Dead, A Blunt Instrument, The Unfinished Clue, and Footsteps in the Dark (all new)

Nicholas Blake: A Question of Proof and Thou Shell of Death (both new)

Joy Ellis: The Murderer's Son, The Fourth Friend, The Guilty Ones, The Stolen Boys, and Beware the Past, and Five Bloody Hearts (all new)

Peter Grainger: An Accidental Death (new)

Elizabeth Gaskell: My Lady Ludlow (new)

Various Authors / Contributors: Agatha Christie Close Up: A Radio Investigation (new)

Virginia Woolf: The String Quartet (new)

John Buchan: The 39 Steps (revisited on audio)

Oscar Wilde: Lord Arthur Savile's Crime (new)

Ellis Peters: The Hermit of Eyton Forest, Dead Man's Ransom, The Leper of Saint Giles, St. Peter's Fair, The Virgin in the Ice, Monk's Hood (twice), and The Rose Rent (all revisited on audio)

Patricia Wentworth: The Alington Inheritance, The Gazebo, The Benevent Treasure, Anna, Where are You?, The Key, The Ivory Dagger, Out of the Past, The Silent Pool, The Catherine Wheel, The Fingerprint, and Eternity Ring (all new)

Dorothy L. Sayers: Whose Body? (twice) and The Five Red Herrings (both revisited on audio)

Martin Fido: The World of Sherlock Holmes (new)

Ian Rankin: In a House of Lies (new)

John le Carré: Our Game and A Murder of Quality (both new)

Martin Durrani & Liz Kalaugher: Furry Logic (new)

The Detection Club: The Floating Admiral (revisited on audio)

Tony Medawar (ed.) & var. Golden Age mystery writers: Bodies from the Libary and Bodies from the Library 2 (both new)

Peter Lovesey: The Last Detective (new)

Colin Dexter: Morse's Greatest Mystery and Other Stories (new)

Miles Burton: The Secret of High Eldersham (new)

Ngaio Marsh: The Nursing Home Murder and Death and the Dancing Footman (both revisited on audio)

Ellen Wilkinson: The Division Bell Mystery (new)

Ronald Knox: The Three Taps and The Body in the Silo (both new)

Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility (revisited on audio)

Jan Zalasiewicz, Mark Williams: Skeletons (new)

Frank Froest: The Grell Mystery (new)

Julian Symons: The Belting Inheritance (new)

Israel Zangwill: The Perfect Crime, aka The Big Bow Mystery (new)

Richard Hull: The Murder of My Aunt (new)

Elizabeth George: Deception on His Mind (revisited on audio)

Douglas Adams: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (new)

C.J. Sansom: Tombland (new)

Winifred Holtby: South Riding (new)

Wendy Moore: Wedlock (new)

J.K. Rowling: The Casual Vacancy (new)

Ruth Rendell: A Sleeping Life and The Monster in the Box (both new)

Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman: Good Omens (revisited on audio)

Candace Robb: The Apothecary Rose and A Gift of Sanctuary (both new)

Arthur Conan Doyle: The Mystery of Cloomber, Lot No. 249, The Sealed Room, Danger! (all new), The Speckled Band, The Return of Sherlock Holmes, His Last Bow, and Sherlock Holmes: Three Tales of Intrigue (all revisited on audio)

Cary Elwes: As You Wish (new)

Diarmaid MacCulloch: Thomas Cromwell (new)

Ben Schott: Jeeves and the King of Clubs (new)

Hesketh Pearson: Conan Doyle: His Life and Art (new)

Arthur Conan Doyle & Various Contributors: The Essential Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (new)

Ian Fleming: Casino Royale (new)

James Hilton: Was It Murder? (new)

Priscilla Royal: Wine of Violence (new)

Peter Ackroyd: Hawksmoor (new)

Michael Gilbert: Smallbone Deceased (new)

Anthony Rolls: Scarweather (new)

Margery Allingham: The White Cottage Mystery (new)

Various Authors: The Lady Detectives, and The Rivals: Tales of Sherlock Holmes' Rival Detectives (both new)

Josephine Tey: The Daughter of Time (revisited on audio)

Catherine Louisa Pirkis: The Experiences of Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective (new)

Ann Cleeves: Raven Black and White Nights (both new)

J.B. Priestley: An Inspector Calls (new)

Joseph Conrad: The Heart of Darkness (revisited on audio)

Joanne Harris: Gentlemen and Players (new) and Chocolat (revisited on audio)

J.V. Turner: Below the Clock (new)

Tom Parker Bowles: The Cook Book: Fortnum and Mason (new)

Peter May: The Lewis Man (new)

Edmund Crispin: Glimpses of the Moon (new)

John Dickson Carr: The Hollow Man (revisited on audio) and Death-Watch (new)

Michael Innes: Death at the President's Lodging (new)

Gladys Mitchell: Murder in the Snow (revisited on audio)

E.C.R. Lorac: Murder by Matchlight (new)

Chris Ewan: The Good Thief's Guide to Paris (new)

Cyril Hare: An English Murder (new)

Lesley Cookman: Murder in Steeple Martin (new)

Mary Kelly: The Christmas Egg (new)

 

Ireland

Tana French: The Witch Elm (new)

 

Greece

Stephen Fry: Mythos (new)

Madeline Miller: Circe (new)

 

Sweden

Astrid Lindgren: Die Menschheit hat den Verstand verloren: Tagebücher 1939-1945 (A World Gone Mad: Diaries, 1939-45) (new)

 

France

Emmuska Orczy: The Elusive Pimpernel (new)

Sarah Bakewell: At the Existentialist Café (new)

 

Croatia

Agatha Christie: Murder on the Orient Express (revisited on audio, twice)

(Note: Yugoslavia at the time of the writing -- but the action is set after the train has passed Vinkovci, aka "The Gateway to Croatia".)

 

Spain

Dolores Redondo: El guardián invisible / The Invisible Guardian (new)

Manuel Vicent: Son de mar / Der Gesang der Wellen (new)

Matthew G. Lewis: The Monk (new)

 

Italy

Andrea Camilleri: The Shape of Water (new)

 

Germany

John Le Carré: A Small Town in Germany and Absolute Friends (both new)

 

Slovenia

Nina Blazon: Siebengeschichten (new)

 

Estonia

Sofi Oksanen: Fegefeuer (The Purge) (new)

 

Russia

Teffi: Memories: From Moscow to the Black Sea (new)

(Note: Counting Russia as European here, not Asian, as the author is from -- and this particular book is set in -- the country's European part.)

 

 

 

The "Gender Wars" Stats:

Read to date, in 2019:

Books by female authors: 143

- new: 99

- rereads: 44

 

Books by male authors: 80

- new: 71

- rereads: 9

 

Books by F & M mixed teams / anthologies: 9

- new: 8

- rereads: 1

 

 

 

The Reading Lists:

AFRICA: 

http://booklikes.com/apps/reading-lists/974/africa

 

LATIN / SOUTH AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN: 

http://booklikes.com/apps/reading-lists/975/latin-south-america-and-caribbean

 

EAST / SOUTHEAST ASIA AND OCEANIA: 

http://booklikes.com/apps/reading-lists/981/east-southeast-asia-and-oceania

 

MIDDLE EAST AND CENTRAL ASIA: 

http://booklikes.com/apps/reading-lists/977/middle-east-and-central-asia

 

EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE: 

http://booklikes.com/apps/reading-lists/978/eastern-and-central-europe

 

WOMEN WRITERS (global list):

http://themisathena.booklikes.com/post/1618777/women-writers-reading-list

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review 2019-12-10 19:00
IN THE HEART OF THE FIRE by Dean Koontz, narrated by Edoardo Ballerini
In the Heart of the Fire - Dean Koontz

I was expecting a dog, a good guy and a bad guy. I got all 3, but in spite of that, I liked this short story.

 

The above is the reason I quit reading Koontz in the first place. It seemed to me that all of his books were the same. After WATCHERS and a few other Koontz books made me fall quickly in love with him, the re-use of that same formula over and over again made me fall out of love with him just as quickly.

 

I like the mystery surrounding Nameless, and I'm in to see what happens next.

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