Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise. Poster of the 2015 movie and cover of the 1997 book, Night Passage
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Night Passage
Robert B. Parker, 1997
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Robert Harmon, 2015

Jesse Stone immerses himself in the sinister deeds of a serial killer in Boston, all while grappling with concerns over a troubled teenager in Paradise.


Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt. Poster of the 2012 movie and cover of the 1997 book, Night Passage
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Night Passage
Robert B. Parker, 1997
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Robert Harmon, 2012

After being forced into retirement, Jesse Stone is compelled to return to duty when the sheriff who replaced him tragically perishes in an explosion inside their police car. With the other officers he previously worked with having left the department, Jesse finds himself alone in his pursuit to solve the crime, relying solely on his own skills and determination.


Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost. Poster of the 2011 movie and cover of the 1997 book, Night Passage
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Night Passage
Robert B. Parker, 1997
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Dick Lowry, 2011

Following his unexpected retirement, Jesse Stone takes it upon himself to delve into the perplexing circumstances surrounding the untimely demise of a young acquaintance. Meanwhile, the Paradise police force finds itself grappling with the challenges posed by a haughty new chief, who happens to be the son-in-law of a prominent town councilman.


The Longest Ride. Poster of the 2015 movie and cover of the 2012 book
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The Longest Ride
Nicholas Sparks, 2012
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George Tillman Jr., 2015

Professional bull rider Luke Collins meets Sophia Danko, an art student at Wake Forest University, after she attends a show. On the way home from their first date, they spot a car crash in the woods and help rescue an elderly man from the vehicle, along with a box full of letters. In flashbacks, Ruth tells a young Ira that she wants a big family, and he eventually proposes to her before leaving to fight in World War II.


The Flash. Poster of the 1990 TV series and cover of the 1956 comic book
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The Flash
Robert Kanigher, Carmine Infantino, 1956
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Danny Bilson, Paul De Meo, 1990-1991

Barry Allen, a forensic scientist employed by the Central City police, undergoes a life-altering event when he is struck by lightning and exposed to various chemicals in his laboratory. This incident grants him the extraordinary ability of superhuman speed, prompting him to assume the role of a masked superhero known as The Flash, dedicated to combating crime.


Cloak & Dagger. Poster of the 2018 TV series and cover of the 1982 comic book, Cloak and Dagger
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Cloak and Dagger
Bill Mantlo, Ed Hannigan, 1982
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Joe Pokaski, 2018-2019

In New Orleans, Louisiana, teenagers Tandy Bowen and Tyrone Johnson come from different backgrounds and have acquired superpowers after a life-changing event that revolved around the collapse of the Roxxon Gulf Platform. As their friendship unfolds, they soon realize that their powers work better when they are together, they use these powers to try to fix some of the wrong in the world.


The Feast of All Saints. Poster of the 2001 movie and cover of the 1979 book
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The Feast of All Saints
Anne Rice, 1979
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Peter Medak, 2001

The setting for this intense drama of a world full of desperation and secrets is nineteenth-century New Orleans. When Philippe Ferronaire, the cousin of southern sugar plantation owner Magloire Dazincourt, is asked to take over the company, he is also tasked with looking after his mixed-race mistress, Cecile Ste. Marie. Philippe and Cecile had a kid named Marcel after Magloire passes away.


Sole Survivor. Poster of the 2000 movie and cover of the 1997 book
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Sole Survivor
Dean Koontz, 1997
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Mikael Salomon, 2000

Reporter Joe Carpenter loses his wife and daughter in a plane crash. As he grieves, Rose, the sole survivor of the crash, appears, suggesting that it was no accident at all, and perhaps part of a conspiracy related to scientific experiments done on children. What follows is a compelling story involving children with mysterious powers, dangerous killers and people who are not what they seem. Newly remastered.


The Sentinel. Poster of the 2006 movie and cover of the 2003 book
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The Sentinel
Gerald Petievich, 2003
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Clark Johnson, 2006

Pete Garrison is a Secret Service agent and one of the personal bodyguards for First Lady of the United States Sarah Ballentine, with whom he is having an affair. The agent in charge of the Presidential Protective Division, William Montrose, decides to randomly select the means of transporting the president using a coin toss.


Timecop. Poster of the 1994 movie and cover of the 1982 comic book
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Timecop
Mike Richardson, Mark Verheiden, 1982
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Peter Hyams, 1994

In 1994, the Justice Department sends George Spota to the Senate Appropriations Committee for approval on a secret project: the establishment of the Time Enforcement Commission with the sole purpose of policing time travel. When confronted, Atwood admits to working for Senator McComb, who is abusing his position and access to time travel technology to raise funds for his upcoming presidential campaign.


Timecop. Poster of the 1994 movie and cover of the book novelization
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Timecop
S.D. Perry, 1994
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Peter Hyams, 1994

In 1994, the Justice Department sends George Spota to the Senate Appropriations Committee for approval on a secret project: the establishment of the Time Enforcement Commission with the sole purpose of policing time travel. When confronted, Atwood admits to working for Senator McComb, who is abusing his position and access to time travel technology to raise funds for his upcoming presidential campaign.


Every Day Is Christmas. Poster of the 2018 movie and cover of the 1843 book, A Christmas Carol
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A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens, 1843
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David Weaver, 2018

Inspired by the Charles Dickens classic ‘A Christmas Carol,’ shrewd money manager Alexis Taylor gets the holiday visit of a lifetime. A self-proclaimed workaholic who ‘humbugs’ love, Alexis ends up embracing the spirit of Christmas when her past, present, and future collide, forcing her to risk the one thing money can’t buy: her heart.