The rich are not like us. When it rains, they simply fly away, taking their secrets with them. On the Cote d'Azur, a missing journalist becomes an insider, offering his best friend a very special invitation to leave Paris for a masquerade ball at the Darimus Mansion in Antibes. New Year's Eve on the French Riviera? In the company of the rich and royal? How could Jamie Litton say no? It is more than this mystery writer could imagine. And as Ben Foulof has planned, more than his enemies had expected.
"One of my favorites of this mystery series!"
When an investigative journalist for a powerful news organization disappears from assignment in the Middle East, a sinister-looking man delivers the news to a mystery writer in New York. With escape to Europe and shadowy figures in pursuit, Jamie Litton will learn that his best friend has become more than a missing journalist. Ben Foulof has become a spy! Can secret codes, messages hidden in bestsellers keep them both alive? And if so… for how long?
"Twists & Turns"
Brother Pio has spent his entire life in a secluded Spanish monastery where he hides a fearful secret. Not only is he attracted to men, he also finds pleasure in pain. Instead of offering a path to sanctity, the thongs of his whip drive him into a flurry of lustful thoughts and desires.
A murder has been committed in Paris in an antique store named L' Indice. The store's strange history of unsolved murders and robberies began long before the WWII rumors of masterpieces stolen from castles on the Rhine. Jamie Litton, whose mystery writer's imagination won't let dead men, or secrets, rest in peace, moves in upstairs with hopes of discovering the truth for his next best seller.
In a loft in the 18th Arrondissment near Montmartre, Jamie Litton has become intoxicated with his life as a member of Parisian Cafe Society. A group of artists, musicians, and poets unconditionally embrace their newest member, not knowing that this somewhat eccentric man hides a dangerous secret. His best friend Ben Foulof, a missing journalist, is on the run from a powerful news organization that wants its rogue agent back - dead or alive.
"Seeds of Intrigue"
A murdered aristocrat. A molested donkey. How a firearms officer negotiates a urinal at the Olympics. The author has spent a decade as a British police constable. He has seen a world of baffling incidents, bizarre mismanagement, and decent people trying to make it work.
Danger awaits best friends on the island of Malta, where one will be accused of murder and the other of being a spy on the run. A missing journalist cannot tell the world he is still alive by becoming a mystery writer's alibi. When Hiromi came back to Paris to settle an old score, she had no idea her target might be hiding on the island of Malta. But, now, she has a chance to redeem her reputation by neutralizing a rogue agent and capturing the mystery writer who hides agency secrets in his novels.
What can a man expect from his Creator after losing his wife to a long, debilitating illness, then agonizing over raising two daughters on his own? Being challenged to pursue a new career path, not once, not twice but three times early in his adult life can also create anxiety about the future. Patrik Veillein, as a newly-married young man (with a dutiful but recalcitrant wife in tow), turns away from the comforts of small town life to help his uncle manage a road-side inn many miles away.
"A great character driven fantasy story"
In this program Dr. RJ Williams talks about the current state of cancer treatment and the options available to you. He covers alternative treatments and reports upon the successes and failures of conventional treatments as well as how you can take an active role in your own recovery and survival.
Chaplains of ANZAC: New Zealand's Fallen Chaplains of the Great War tells the story of seven New Zealand Expeditionary Force chaplains who served and died during the Great War. The beautiful collection of stories in this book tell the oft-overlooked tales of the chaplains who left New Zealand and served their god, king and country on foreign fields of battle. In all, over 140 chaplains served as part of the NZEF. This book contains the stories of seven of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Ian Miller is one of the most well-kent faces in the west of Scotland. A man of the cloth. An entertainer. A man who welcomed all denominations, anytime. A man who has married, christened, and buried the great, the good, and the lowly with equal gravitas and humanity. This is his life-story so far. In Habbie to Jeely-Eater, we find out about the man behind the scenes.
The characters in Mary Miller's debut short story collection,Big World, are at once autonomous and lonesome, possessing both a longing to connect with those around them and a cynicism. Her writing is unapologetically honest and efficient, and the gut-wrenching directness of her prose is reminiscent of Mary Gaitskill and Courtney Eldridge - if Gaitskill's and Eldridge's stories were set in the South and reeked of spilled beer and cigarette smoke.
Lycentia... the City of Light... the city where finance, friendship and faith are being blended together to produce what could be a fabulous future for all Betrovians. Patrik, the recalcitrant innkeeper and Galena, his younger daughter, load up the wagon, lock up The Lonely Fox Inn and head east for Lycentia.
"A worthy sequel to an excellent fantasy novel"
Today I spoke with a dead woman. Or rather, she spoke to me and I listened. To be more specific, today a dead woman spoke to me, through a medium of sorts. Not a psychic. The woman who brought the dead woman to life, was an actress. Not just any actress, but a magnificently talented one. Perhaps I should explain….