A non-fiction historical account of the drive from Normandy to Germany. The book is a treasure trove of soldiers’ portraits, personal accounts and interviews.
Even though The Jefferson Key by Steve Berry is a fictional book, there are many fascinating tidbits of information mixed into the fictional narrative
The story serves as an introduction to the character of Cassiopeia Vitt, a fascinating character featured in the Cotton Malone adventure series
Today we mark the birthday of Dashiell Hammett (1894 – 1961), born Samuel Dashiell Hammett. A prolific writer who popularized the hardboiled detective fiction, Mr. Hammett wrote such classics as “The Maltese Falcon” and “The Thin Man”.
It’s the Summer of Gomez! Get free books and win a Kindle or iPod. As reviewers have been calling “No Hope for Gomez!” the perfect summer read – light, fast, fun – I decided to give this summer’s Gomez readers some exclusive content and the chance to win prizes. About No Hope for Gomez! It’s the age-old tale: – Boy meets girl. – Boy stalks girl. – Girl already has a stalker. – Boy becomes her stalker-stalker.We’ve seen it all before, many times, but this time it’s different. If only slightly.When Gomez Porter becomes a test subject in an experimental drug trial, he is asked to keep track of any strange experiences through a blog. What Gomez isn’t ready for, is so many of his experiences suddenly seeming strange; the antiques dealer trying to buy his old tax papers, the phone-sex salesman who hounds him day and night, the super sexy lab assistant who falls for him but is unable to express herself in terms outside the realm of science. But when one of the trial participants turns up dead and another goes missing, Gomez begins to fear for his life. No longer sure who he can trust…
Mr. Boyd tells of human drama, fools, criminals, patsies & losers living on the edges of society. For every loser there’s a person who is above and below them
For free books and win a Kindle or iPod see the end of the post. As you probably know, to become an internationally best-selling author, you need to sell three books. This is not an easy task, but once you’ve managed to rack up these three sales, the rest is more or less a done deal. Now, these sales themselves will not put you on the best-seller lists. They won’t even put you within a million spots of the bottom of the lists, but what they will do, and what they do every time, is spark a slowly growing buying frenzy that will get you there. These three people will love your book, they will tell another five people, who in turn tell another seven. Within roughly four-and-a-half weeks, you finally make your first million. That’s how it happens. Every single time. But, how does an author tackle this monumental task? Where does he find these three readers? I myself was quite lucky. When my novel appeared on Amazon I already knew over five people! What’s more, some of these people even liked me… somewhat. So I set out to become an internationally best-selling author by convincing at least three…
The book tells about Grann’s fascination with “Z”, a mythical city mentioned by explorer Percy Harrison Fawcett. Mr. Fawcett disappeared in the Amazon region
“The Eighth Scroll” by Laurence B. Brown is a fictional book which draws on the Judaism, Christianity and Islam to create a new story.
May 15, 1890 was the birthday of Callie Porter, later known as Katherine Anne Porter. Ms. Porter was a very prolific writer, which we do not hear much about