In a small town in the Florida panhandle, a 25-year-old cold-case murder is reopened. A new, female police officer visits an old folks' home and finds that the prime witness in the case, Jacob Jeebs, was officially diagnosed with Alzheimer's last year and is still in the early stages. This new information might lead to a conviction of the main suspect from 25 years ago. But what would the legal ramifications be? An Alzheimer's patient has never testified at a trial of any kind before. How can you put him on the witness stand? How can you not? He is the only one who knows the truth.
"Alzheimer's Patient Holds Key to Cold Case"
Big league baseball would seem to have been a hard sell in 1942. World War II was not going well for the United States in the Pacific and not much better in Europe. Moreover, the country was in drastically short supply of ships, planes, submarines, torpedoes, and other war materials, and Uncle Sam needed men, millions of them, including those from 21 through 35 years of age who had been ordered to register for the draft, the age range of most big league baseball players.
Pieces of terror, pieces of suspense, pieces of darkness combine to create Pieces of Hate, master storyteller Ray Garton's short story collection. Nine works, including "A Gift From Above", a new novel that will surely hit you from below, are here compiled for the sole purpose of scaring you onto the next page. Garton illuminates the dark corners in us all and highlights the depths of the human condition. He takes our ordinary, daily assumptions and turns them on the reader to frightening effect.
"A good and eclectic mix of shorts from Mr. Garton."
The queen and the pope are both expected to arrive in Canada within two weeks of each other and Montreal is in turmoil as the city prepares for its 350th anniversary. The Gippson Brothers' farewell tour is also passing through the city and Zachary Gippson, the new "King of Pop" has some very deceptive and deceitful plans for his minions of fans who would see him live on this world tour. And Montreal's vibrant and distinctive underworld is in chaos as it's mafia capoa are meeting with very untimely and mysterious deaths due to an unknown spirit who possesses them.
Gentlemen and Pigs could best be described and compared to the television show Seinfeld. It's a book about nothing. But of course we all know that it is the story within the story that ties all the loose ends together as you laugh yourself silly along the way. Gentlemen and Pigs is a real hoot! Its author and narrator, Robert C. Brewster, brings his characters to life in some very unique ways. Sit back, listen, and enjoy.
On the Road to Find Out is a thought provoking memory emoting listen for a generation that lived it and for those younger and wise enough to want to discover what it was like to live in the moment. It is rooted in the time period of 1967 to 1974 and unfolds mainly in the seaside resort town of Wildwood, New Jersey. It’s a story of heartbreak and discovery. It’s a wild ride through America as seen through the eyes of this young Canadian as he digs deep inside his self in the hopes of recapturing the one thing he lost.
No Borders, No Boundaries is a compelling thought provoking tale of mystery intrigue and romance. A cast of no nonsense characters that the author/narrator brings to life in an exciting manner. They're compelling sparkling dialogue compel you to feel for their predicaments. The action takes place over a three month period in 2001. From the cruel streets of Washington D.C. to the peaceful shores of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, Canada; this action packed thriller will hook you from the start.
Light Up the World tells the story of America's endeavors to alleviate their reliance and dependency on foreign countries for its energy needs. A Massive hydroelectric project of the scope the world has never seen before is being built in the furthest northern regions of Quebec. Funded by huge American oil conglomerates, tobacco companies, and other international institutions, project HOPE (Hydro Ocean Powered Eletcricity) will generate enough electrical power to satisy more than half of North America's energy needs. Everything was going to plan until the unexpected happened...
Teddy London is a private investigator with a case load of strange crimes and even stranger clients. Millionaire George Collins swears he sold his soul to the Devil, and now he wants it back. So he goes to Teddy London to get the job done, because London will go to the ends of the earth to help a client. But even that may not be far enough.