Karma is the law of moral causation. In this world nothing happens to a person that he does
not for some reason or other deserve. In other words, it is the result of our own past actions
and our own present doings. We ourselves are responsible for our own happiness and
misery. We create our own Heaven. We create our own Hell. We are the architects of our
A fate or punishment that's deserved, like an arrogant trash-talking quarterback who fumbles the ball on
the last play and loses the game for his team. THIS is COMEUPPANCE
They call themselves the Karma Cops, having been employed by a private agency,
whose primary function is to dole out justice where the legal system and good old-fashioned fate have failed.
Their clients are people who feel that The Universe has given them a raw deal on life.
As for their targets, well . . . they are about to wish they've never been born
Faye Weaver is helping a grieving father find peace, after his daughter's untimely death.
But what will happen when she falls for her target's son?
Sam Rochester is enabling a multi-millionaire internet magnate to seek vengeance on
someone who bullied him back in high school. But isn't becoming a multi-millionaire internet magnate
Mary Sue Hart joined the karma cops, because it dovetailed with her religious beliefs and rigid view of the world.
Imagine her surprise, when her target ends up being a Man of the Cloth . . .
Dempsey Bartlett built KC Inc. from the ground up. His business is his baby. His employees are the family he never had.
But will a shot at reality TV super stardom send all his dreams crashing on top of him?
Nobody loves being a karma cop more than Mick DiSimone . . .
that is until one of his former targets wants him dead . . .
Wry, inventive, and surprisingly insightful, Comeuppance is a tantalizing treat of a novel for anyone who has
ever indulged in the sinful sweetness of a revenge fantasy
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The evil eye is the name for a sickness transmitted -- usually without intention -- by someone who is envious,
jealous, or covetous. It is also called the invidious eye and the envious eye. In Hebrew it is ayin ha'ra (the evil
eye), which in Yiddish is variously spelled ayin horoh, ayin hora, or ayen hara. In mainland Italian it is mal occhio
(the bad eye) and in Spanish mal ojo or el ojo (the bad eye or just the eye). In Sicily it is jettatore (the projection
[from the eye]) and in Farsi it is bla band (the eye of evil)
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