What if some of the people who do those crap jobs in Las Vegas are actually angels ... or demons ... or something in between?
The maid. The blackjack dealer. Like anybody stuck in a dead-end job, they're bitter, short-tempered and sick of your shit.
They read our trash like an oracle reads the entrails of a crow: discarded plastic cocktail cups, used condoms, soiled sheets,... [click here for more]
I'm pleased to present our third collection of mystery stories written for girls. This time we include tales by many popular children's authors of the early to mid 20th century -- more than 1,300 pages of classic kid sleuthing. Included are:
THE PHANTOM TREASURE, by Harriet Pyne Grove
THE HAUNTED FOUNTAIN, by Margaret Sutton
THE YELLOW PHANTOM, by Margaret Sutton
RUTH FIELDING AT BRIARWOOD HALL:... [click here for more]
The time: the 1960s. The place: a mid-sized town in northern Florida. Police patrolling a middle-class neighborhood discover Waldo Fleenor bleeding profusely in the driveway of his own home. As the officers wait for an ambulance, stanch the young man’s wounds, and question him about his attacker, Waldo mentally revisits past events that led to his present situation. The trouble begins with the... [click here for more]
Housepainter Toby Rew has few ambitions. He’s marking time, giving a facelift to a house in a low-rent district of Syracuse, New York, to earn his next meal, next six-pack, and next month’s rent. One sweltering day, Toby is slaving away on his ladder when he witnesses a fight in a house across the street. Curious, he investigates and discovers a dead man in a ransacked room. Like a good... [click here for more]
Times may change, but crime remains the same!
Award-winning author Kathy Lynn Emerson has penned thirteen thrilling tales -- from medieval England to modern New England -- guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat!
"A baker's dozen mysteries, delectable stories ranging from Elizabethan England to contemporary New England, every one intriguing, literate, and enriched by nicely observed... [click here for more]