Cindy is a young, fresh reporter, fighting every day to cover more serious stories than the usual junk that rookies get stuck with. Unfortunately, all she usually gets is the weird stuff that only crazy people cared about. Next up, according to her boss - werewolves. She must track down the mysterious Robert Gray and find out exactly what he's all about and what's going on in his small town. A very important story...so her boss says. Another waste of time, according to Cindy.
Ex-Marine Special Ops John Silver gets accepted into a secret agent school. The first day is more than he had expected from when he meets a beautiful woman on his early morning jog, leaving her apartment later, and then being transported unconscious in a van to an undisclosed location where the Secret Agent Academy is located. Silver has a choice to make when he's locked in the room with another beautiful female candidate.
Ex-Marine Special Ops John Silver gets accepted into a secret agent school. The book begins where part one left off, locked in a room, performing for the agency with the female candidate. He is then shown to his room, where a mysterious computer simulation takes him into a world that feels real, where whatever he thinks can sometimes happen. Guided by S, the program in the computer, he encounters the artificial intelligence people who live inside this computer world.
Between working as a temp at a clinic and dancing as a stripper, I'm barely making ends meet. When I see my employer at the strip club, I figure that's the end of my temp job. But he has other ideas. He's got other plans for me...blackmail, to be honest. Add in the sexy nurse working at the clinic, and blackmail never tasted so good.
A young Yale academic is summoned to Ireland to claim the contents of her grandfather's safe-deposit box, in which she finds only one thing: a nonfiction manuscript by James Bond author Ian Fleming. The manuscript, detailing Fleming's own involvement in British espionage during World War II, contains evidence that the Duke of Windsor was in a treasonous plot with Hitler, information so confidential that people are willing to kill to continue its secrecy.
A silver wedding means a family gathering, difficult occasions at the best of times. But for the Doyles (Deidre, Desmond, and their children Anna, Helen, and Brendan) it will be more difficult than most. For each of them is keeping up a front; each of them is nursing a secret wound, or smarting over a hidden betrayal. As the day draws nearer, so the tension mounts, until finally the guests gather at the silver wedding party itself.
Solly's life stinks. He lives with Ma and Pa Scubbins in a rundown cottage outside of the village of Boring, and works as a delivery boy for their laundry service. But his luck soon changes when Ma lets slip a little secret: Solly was left on their doorstep as an infant, with a silver spoon in his mouth. Solly sets out to find his spoon with the help of some ragamuffin friends he picks up along the way. But will Solly ever find his spoon and his real parents?