Everett Ross often feels like a fish out of water, an ex-Texas Ranger who traded his horse and six-gun for the cockpit of a pursuit aircraft in the British Royal Flying Corps. Through his inimitable West Texas narrative, Ross thrills the reader with a riveting tale of authentic aerial combat in the skies above the stalemated trenches of World War I.
"Not bad, certainly not great"
In this third book in the steamy Whisper Cape Trilogy, Cael and Addison's fate has taken an unexpected turn. Gerry, Addie and Cael almost captured Careen's murderer only to lose Cael in the battle - a battle that nearly cost him his life. But despite his survival, he faces a new challenge, thanks to Gerry's handiwork: will Cael remember Addie or is their love lost with him? Addie's family and friends think she should keep the relationship a secret from Cael so he isn't forced into feelings he can't remember.
The Broadway Rapture: A Drama of the Gouldium. Against uncomfortable competition in national telegraphy, the Western Union Company, led by Jay Gould, with a number of new telegraphic firms warred to maintain her primacy. When the murderer of Jim Fisk becomes a partner in one of his competitors, revengeful competition is pursued by Gould. The Broadway Rapture is of historical fights for capital superiority. This play is one of the Gouldium, a series of dramas on the life and times of Jay Gould. As in most of these plays there are seven scenes of dialogue and seven choral episodes.