It’s just an ordinary day for octogenarian sleuth Myrtle Clover - until her yardman discovers a dead body planted in her backyard. Myrtle’s friend Miles recognizes the body and identifies him as Charles Clayborne... reluctantly admitting he’s a cousin. As Myrtle starts digging up dirt to nip the killings in the bud, someone’s focused on scaring her off the case. Myrtle vows to find the murderer... before she’s pushing up daisies, herself.
"what's a good garden gnome good for anyway?!?!"
To escape the often lonely and boring reality of living in a small rural town, Jessica finds comfort in reading about the many places that exist beyond her small corner of the Earth. When she joins the State Department and travels abroad, looking for adventure, she gets more than she imagined was ever possible. Passport to Happiness is a story of strength and determination while exploring new places, but it's also about finding love and happiness - no matter where you hang your hat.
Molly Stevenson rather expected her new job at Crabapple Yarns to be deadly boring...but somehow she just didn't expect the "deadly" part to be quite so literal. After all, what could possibly be more sweet and innocent than a yarn store and a bunch of ladies knitting?
"hard to listen to"
Jewell Deen, owner of the popular bake shop and crime museum Just Desserts in St. Augustine, Florida, flies to New York City to visit her nephew Barry and start her press tour for her first mystery cookbook. What Jewell Deen didn't expect was becoming involved in solving the double murder of a costume party guest held at her publisher Macgregor James' estate and sea Captain Wayne Wright, who was found dead on his boat.
"Awful, awful narrator"
A year after learning of a son's existence, Country music legend, Ethan Jacobs returns to Jasper Falls, a place of bitter memories, to help the his twelve-year-old autistic child, given up for adoption at birth. Orphaned after the death of his adoptive parents, the boy is at risk of institutionalization due to probation violations and alleged inadequate guardianship of his current caregiver, an older, adoptive sister. In view of his son's delicate emotional state, the court advises Ethan to keep his relationship to Gib secret for now.
After having her heart broken numerous times, Molly Banter gives up the search to find the 'perfect man', and vows to throw in the towel...relationships were just not worth the effort. Todd Sinclair, a handsome man, becomes intrigued with Molly and wants nothing more than to get to know her. He's willing to go through great lengths to prove, not only to Molly, but also, her long time friends Justin and Marci, that he is the perfect man for her. Marci and Justin grow suspicious of Todd when the dead body of Molly's ex-boyfriend is discovered.
This unique book will give you the huge advantage of creating the right opportunities for you to meet your dream loved one.
A promise of change in 50 days! Why this book? Why now? This is not only the Jewish Year of Jubilee, it is my husband's and my 50th wedding anniversary. I believe it is God's timing for these prophetic words to come to pass. If you are hungry for more, you will love this book. Spend the next 50 days of focus within the minutes of this book and you will experience Jubilee - a transform into greater revelation and faith for your destiny in your generation, and to see amazing prophetic words come to pass in your life.
The year is 1941 and paradise is a way of life in Hawaii. For Rebecca O'Shea, things couldn't be more perfect. She has her dream career as a naval nurse, and is in love with the man of her dreams - it seems she has it all. An empathic gift she's had all her life starts to grow, showering her with emotions and premonitions that suggest a great darkness is near. Just when she thinks she cannot take anymore, her guardian, Joel, arrives to help her. Rebecca's life is thrown into chaos when war hits Hawaii's shore.
Bongani allowed his grief to overcloud his reasoning, he believed that he has achieved all what he has achieved because his father was always there for him, and after his father's death he became fearful and doubtful. He came to say "my bow is gone", which meant he is an arrow and his dad was a bow that helped him to shoot. Therefore God send him a messenger to remind him that God is still there for him and he also reminded him that it was him who give us power to succeed in life.
Misty and Faker are two ordinary people, except for the part where they are only one foot tall. Misty embraces her size by dressing up like an elf all the time, while Faker prefers to dress like a normal guy. They love to cook together, making food for the polar bears to eat. One day, while exploring a normal-sized house, they become trapped. They escape, but must find a way to help the people who trapped them.
Lisa Welsh only wishes to leave a messy divorce behind for a couple of days stay in Salado, Texas but wakes to nightmares and a cowboy in her bed, and she has no earthly idea how he got there. But the situation gets worse when she learns she's now living in 19th Century Salado. Even more worrisome is the tall dark stranger, and everyone else in town believes she's some woman named Josephine Rogers who is supposed to be dead.
"High School Class Reading"
Trixie, Berklie, and Sophie are enjoying the success of their bookstore/coffee shop/wine bar, Read-Wine, and planning for Sophie's upcoming wedding when they start receiving hang up calls. At first they chalk it up to a wrong number but soon the caller reveals himself. It's Stephen making good on his threat. He wants his money back. The fact that the police confiscated it doesn't matter to him. He wants it back and has given them a deadline. A deadline they need to meet before anyone else ends up dead.
The arrival of a new minister in Trumble offers many possibilities for the young women there, including the beautiful Emily, a shopkeeper's daughter who realizes he is the same man who has drifted through her dreams.
This story is about a homeless man. He is taken in by a rich woman. The homeless man starts to disappear every chance he can. But where does he go and what does he do? He's being watched but he doesn't know it yet.
This is for you. You know who you are.
Things aren't what they seem.... As an old man still searches for.... The perfect woman. By the author of "The Killing of Train-Man Brown", "Send Me a Friend", and "And Then Her Wig Fell Off".
Is there anything you wish you could do over? This is a very short audiobook about regret, and trying to live in such a way that you never have to have that again in your life. What is the key to doing that? One question....
In January of 2015 I was asked to give three readings of my work at the University of Alabama Gadsden Center. At the first one I thanked the people who came to hear me, and told them I thought they had a right to know if I could write or not, right from the beginning. So I told them I would play them the audio version of "The Killing of Train-Man Brown", and that afterward, if anyone wanted to leave, there would be no hard feelings. No one left.
What can you do, what can you say, when your child becomes discouraged? I said nothing. I wrote this letter to her instead. Tell your child you care. That she's wonderful and special. Because...she is.