Author : James Patterson & Howard Roughan
Published : 2008
Plot : Anne organizes a sailing vacation for her three children because she feels that the family is falling apart. Disaster happens and Anne's…
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Laying Low In Paradise by Kristy K. James
She is the author of Reluctant Guardian, A Fine Mess, and The Stranger in my Head.
For those who love Cinderella stories, this book would be for you.
A very good romance story that you could read in a day leaving you relaxed and entertained till the last page. In my opinion the money spend to buy the book worth it.
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Fiji is a spellbinding novel of adventure, cultural misunderstandings, religious conflict and sexual tension set in one of the most exotic and isolated places on earth. As the pharaohs of ancient Egypt build their mighty pyramids, and Chinese civilization evolves under the Shang Dynasty, adventurous seafarers from South East Asia begin to settle the far-flung islands of the South Pacific. The exotic archipelago of Fiji is one of the last island groups to be discovered and will remain hidden…Continue
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Dance On Fire by James Garcia Jr. is definitely NOT your typical vampire tale. Nathaniel is a rogue vampire in that he actually has a good heart and does not want to hurt humans. Apparently he escaped from his creator, an evil vampire named Vincent. Vincent is now on a quest to find Nathaniel. When he finds him in a small California town, all hell breaks loose. The annual Swedish festival is about to take place, but grizzly murders begin showing up in the otherwise peaceful town. Vincent…Continue
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Simon and Schuster July 2010
From my personal library
Rating: 5 of 5 - sheer perfection
Have you ever smelled the magnolias, tasted the gumbo, seen the Spanish moss strung like Christmas garlands in the live oaks, heard the rain play on a tin…Continue
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By James Lee Burke
Simon and Schuster 463 pgs
Rating - Read This!
James Lee Burke is one of my top five authors. By my best accounting he has written 31 books. He is probably best known for the Dave Robicheaux novels that follow the life and times of a deputy sheriff in New…
Added by Michelle Lancaster on April 8, 2013 at 1:49pm — No Comments
In Kings River Life Magazine this morning we have a great mystery short story by Andrew MacRae http://kingsriverlife.com/02/23/strangers-well-met-an-original-mystery-short-story/
We also have another mystery TV Flashback from Deborah Harter Williams. This one is one of my personal favorites-"Spenser For Hire"…Continue
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As an ardent horror fan, I have read many scary novels over the years. However, I have to say that of all of them, THE RATS by James Herbert - which I first read as a teenager back in September 1975 - has got to be my all time favourite.
When I first borrowed the book from my local library - my interest having been irrevocably piqued by the image of the large, bloodthirsty-looking rodent on the cover - I read it in a whole day, I was that awe-stricken by it. I mean this book just had…Continue
Hand in hand they swish and sway
Their fingers locked, entwined as if to pray.
I heard them first, their energy their sound,
A surge of colour, a rainbow with shopping bags abound.…Continue
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I wish I was announcing this for The Empyrical Tales, but sadly I'm not. I am, however, happy to say that another author friend has a movie in the works! Keith Rommel shares an audition with us - http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/12/making-movie.html
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As I began to think about a topic, I came across an article in USA Today about the Fifty Shades of…Continue
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Cowboys are to romance novels what American cheese is to the Big Mac sandwich. Sure, you can have one without the other, but who’d want to? And if you’re like me, you’ve probably wondered how much these fictional heroes have in common with real cattle pushers. I was determined to find out the only way I knew how, by chatting with my good friend Rionna Morgan, author of the critically acclaimed novel The Wanting Heart, President of the Montana Chapter of Romance…Continue
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This fast paced action sci-fi thriller has some originality of content and style. It is one for lovers of a good Sci-fi romp, with plenty of action…Continue
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I am new to this site and need a little assistance. I have an ebook on Amazon that falls into the mystery/suspense category and I'm looking for help with how to promote it, how to get reviews. My book is called the Book of James. (by Ellen J. Green) I am also interested in visitiing and contributing to othe people's blogs.Thanks in advance for any direction and assistance.
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It would come as no surprise that I love hearing birthday stories. Last summer at the Mazza Museum Summer Conference, I heard James Warhola tell the story of the birthday card he gave his Uncle Andy Warhol, a famous artist, at the age of 7. On the birthday card was a hand-drawn Campbell's Soup can (click here to see the postcard, near the bottom of the webpage) and it said Happy Birthday Uncle Andy, August 6, 1962 from James. The…Continue
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