Purports to be the autobiography of the daughter of a woman who had been transported to Virginia for theft after her child's birth. The child is brought up in the house of the mayor of Colchester. The story relates her seduction, her marriages and liaisons, and her visit to Virginia.
This comedy novel reports on a Chicago family’s life in one year. It’s funny, but not insipid. Well, maybe it's three percent insipid. Anyway, you will learn a lot about living in Chicago--what it’s like to ride an L train, walk through the Loop, eat at hole-in-the-wall restaurants, etc. If you like Chicago and kids, you’ll really like Mom Letters. It's FREE, and ready for download now!
In the first two books of this trilogy (“Cashback” and “Their Own Game”), mysterious and unexplained men on motorbikes appear from time to time. This final book explains their top secret role.
One of Britain’s top particle physicists, Jack Barclay, is on the verge of a major breakthrough in developing the nuclear fusion process into a clean and sustainable alternative to carbon...
In Mr Standfast (1919), the third of the four novels featuring Richard Hannay, Hannay is brought out of the battlefield to perform the desperate task of tracking down and destroying a network of German spies.