Tag: Mystery

American History: Things Even Your Teachers Didn’t Know

American History: Things Even Your Teachers Didn’t Know

| October 5, 2017

From the Author of the Internationally Bestselling Books – Red Herrings & White Elephants, What Caesar did for My Salad, Shaggy Dogs, Pop Goes the Weasel, They Laughed at Galileo: The Things That Your Teachers Didn’t Know, or Didn’t Want You to Know. American History, is the second ‘best of’ collection of best-selling books that […]

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The Absence of Screams

The Absence of Screams

| October 5, 2017

From the author of Blind River!   Experience the jaw-dropping twists and turns for yourself! Get the Absence of Screams now! Eleven years ago, Marcus lost everything. His daughter was kidnapped and his wife was murdered. Now, he spends his days pretending to be paralyzed and touring the country, raising money for missing children. He […]

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The curse of Senmut

The curse of Senmut

| October 4, 2017

“…superbly crafted and entertaining mystery adventures…” –Midwest Book Review “Nice thrills and chills. The authors have obviously done their archeological homework, and in between all the mysterious goings-on, we learn fascinating details of Hatshepsut’s stormy reign. The Egyptology is all there, and it’s enjoyable.” –Mystery Scene Magazine Outside a small village near the Valley of […]

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Money for Old Rope – The History of Everything

Money for Old Rope – The History of Everything

| September 29, 2017

From the Author of the Internationally Bestselling Red Herrings & White Elephants, Pop Goes the Weasel, What Caesar did for My Salad, Shaggy Dogs, They Laughed at Galileo: Money for Old Rope is essentially a ‘best of’ collection of best-selling books that reveal the origins and history of just about everything we can think of. […]

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The Haunting Murder: When your biggest Fear is right beside you

The Haunting Murder: When your biggest Fear is right beside you

| September 29, 2017

Susan Mills kn?w? th?t Malachai w?? murdered. Sh?’? h?unt?d b? it every d??, mostly in h?r dr??m?, which isn’t an ?ntir?l? r?li?bl? ??ur??. A? ?h? t??t?r? ?l???r to th? brink of in??nit? ?h? d???n’t kn?w h?w t? ?r???nt her evidence in a w?? th?t will b? b?li?v?bl? ?n?ugh to begin a ????. Susan’? girlfriend, Monica […]

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Splinters: Dark Poetry, Volume 1

Splinters: Dark Poetry, Volume 1

| September 28, 2017

This rare compendium of poetry, one could say, is characteristic of a photo album. Splinters is a poetic album, capturing evanescent moments of one’s life, in perhaps the same way a selection of photographs might. Though unlike photography, which generally tends to capture the happier moments of our lives, J J Ginty’s ‘poetic camera’ tends […]

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The Avignon Tablet

The Avignon Tablet

| September 27, 2017

It is fall, 1906, near Avignon, in the south of France. Renowned archaeologist Claude-Henri Fillon has just made a startling and disturbing discovery–a Roman artifact that could undermine Christianity itself. Fillon summons his friend and former student Gerard de Montclaire, France’s greatest detective, to advise him and to safeguard the discovery, but too late. The […]

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Lady Justice and the Watchers

Lady Justice and the Watchers

| September 25, 2017

Suzanne Collins wrote the Hunger Games, Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World and George Orwell wrote 1984. All three novels were about dystopian societies of the future. In Lady Justice and the Watchers, Walt Williams sees the world we live in today through the eyes of a group who call themselves ‘The Watchers’. Oscar Levant […]

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Dreams of Hegemony

Dreams of Hegemony

| September 23, 2017

The world of Peridell has been left ravaged after the seven-year war against a mysterious demon horde. Left trying to collect the dust of the faded and once dominant nation of Athena is Cronos; a young, brash, immature, and emotional emperor, hell bent on returning his realm to it`s former glory. At night he is […]

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Yes,God is a Mathematician

Yes,God is a Mathematician

| September 21, 2017

If you have 2 hours to dedicate , you can now see God in the lens of science. Worshippers all over the world may be astonished and offended at the notion that we can seek the Divine Supreme Being Himself, God, through the rich and textured field of Mathematics. But bear with us, and if […]

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