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Chasing PhilTBADuring the 1970s, FBI agents Jim Wedick and Jack Brennan infiltrate the world of Phillip Kitzer Jr, a Minnesota swindler who masterminds dozens of multimillion-dollar schemes, such as selling worthless securities from bogus offshore enterprises. His international network of associates is known as Th
MonopolyTBAThe story centers on a boy from Baltic Avenue who uses both Chance and Community in a quest to make his fortune, taking him on an adventure-filled journey. It's about making your own luck, what makes you truly rich and avoiding jail time.
TestamentTBATestament focuses on a prestigious boarding school's science teacher and his students in a remote part of Texas where life is pretty ordinary for this small, tight-knit community. But when the Ten Plagues of the Old Testament descend not only on the town, but the entire world, the teacher and his s
TwiceTBAA woman, who's been happily married for 20 years, suddenly finds a real-life military arsenal hidden in her home. She soon learns that her darling husband isn't the guy she thought he was; in fact, she doesn't even know if he's really her husband.
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