Virgil Team

Free ebook Jan 1 – 3 2023, All reviews are greatly appreciated! Kia Santor is desperately trying to do what her mother wanted, to stay hidden and safe. That means that she has to hide her extraordinary abilities to heal and connect to others telepathically. But when she breaks her vow to keep her abilities a secret to save a man’s life, she finds herself thrust into the shadowy world that surrounds the new military organization called Black Branch. She must now help herself and her new team uncover what hunts her and seeks revenge against them. Kale Reyes wasn’t prepared for a woman to be brought onto his elite special operations team. After losing his sister and a team member in the incident years ago he had harden his heart and operated like a true operator; unthinking and unfeeling. Until Kia came to the team and turned what they thought they knew about the world upside down. Now he has to not only protect the single person in the world that could make him feel again, but he has to do so while facing an old enemy that has him and Kia in its sites.

Meet Bonnie Blevins

Your reviews are important and valuable! Born and raised in a small Virginia town Bonnie’s aspirations were to serve her country. At seventeen she joined the US Army as a Military Police officer. After suffering from a hip injury she had to end her service earlier than planned but found new goals. Bonnie then collected the short stories that she wrote throughout her military career and created her first novel: Virgil Team. Now she is pursuing what she enjoys as a writer and photographer

Gazetteer of British Ghosts

cover

The classic inaugural work by the well-known British ‘ghost hunter’ Peter Underwood (1923-2014), which can now be read in conjunction with a specially created ‘Gazetteer of British Ghosts’ GoogleMap, as well as ‘The Ghostly Gazetteer’, a WordPress blog dedicated to hunting down illustrations to all 236 sites contained in the book.

First published in 1971, and republished under the title ‘The A-Z of British Ghosts’ in the 1990s, this work represents the first attempt to offer a systematic survey of uncanny accounts of ghostly happenings throughout Britain, ranging from legendary to real-life experiences.

This newly revised ‘pure digital’ edition has been updated with information about the current status of each site, and each account has been further revised for greater clarity and ease of reading, following in Underwood’s footsteps in terms of his style, as well as in his aim of making each account as interesting and readable to the reader as possible.

You can read about famous haunted houses such as Borley Rectory, Hampton Court and Glamis Castle, as well as lesser known hauntings such as those associated with Woburn, Bury St Edmunds, and the Gargoyle Theatre in London’s Soho.

This new edition also includes a foreword by Underwood’s son Christopher, as well as an afterword by author Alan Williams, followed an interview Williams conducted with Underwood in 1997.

‘Every single entry has been reconsidered for today’s readership – to bring Underwood’s original accounts into the present – to enliven them and carry on his original endeavour to present them to the reader in the most accessible and readable way’ – Adam Underwood – Editor of the ‘Revised Edition’.

‘I read Peter Underwood, book after book, year after year and I hope that I am able to make my own readers feel that way about my own.’ – Alan Williams, author of The Seance Parlour (2013)