A first-person account of Chesapeake Bay bounty being harvested and provided to the national market is related by Capt. Joe Lore of Solomon's Island along with an interview with his father, Capt. J. C. Lore, Sr., from 50 years earlier. Pepper Langley relished his days of establishing his own business after his high school commencement speaker told him he had a gold mine in his backyard.
As a youth in Denver, Donald Mace Williams developed an affection for high mountain country. After a journalistic career spent mostly on flat lands, he set out to rediscover what was special about country above timberline. He hiked the high alpine in four of America's major ranges - the Rockies, Sierra Nevada, Cascades, and northern Appalachians - and in his narrative of his travels, he tells us what he saw and learned and who he met.
Join us as we listen to The Chesapeake for action, fun and adventure in The Chesapeake region. Murder, Mayhem and Mystery along with blues, rockfish and Serendipity Serenades to convince fish to jump onto the hook.
All three of The Chesapeake collection of tall tales, fishing stories, and tidewater turmoil are combined in one set.
On the Salisbury Plain, only a few hours from the hustle and bustle of Central London, remains one of the greatest surviving relics of humanity's ancient past: the mighty stone circle of Stonehenge. Stonehenge is one of the most well-known ancient sites in the world, and an image of it raises numerous associations and emotional responses.
Lambda-nominated author Dorien Grey of The Dick Hardesty Mysteries and The Elliott Smith Mysteries knows more than just how to write a great murder novel. He's also had an amazing life experience in the military and around the world. Here for the first time, are the collected blog and journal writings of this prolific author. The hope is that the listener will see similarities to his/her own life, recognizing the commonality of the human condition.