David and Lia got married! Then rumors surface that David is selling ancient artifacts. Amelia and company must expose the real culprit and Egypt is their best chance. Drug dealing, moral misconduct, then the question of an illegitimate child is thrown at Ramses’ head.
A chilling event at the Black and Orange Ball shatters the peace Jayne Frost has found, despite the pain of frenemy Lark Bramble’s appearance.
It’s a bold new world where the magical and mundane co-exist in an uneasy alliance—and a cop balanced on her own knife-edged struggle is their only hope against a cold-blooded killer.
The fourth anthology in the Women of the Otherworld urban fantasy series with an even split of two short stories, two novelettes, and two novellas all revolving around different characters within the series.
book review, author Barbara Hamilton, amateur sleuth, historical mystery series,1774, Boston Tea Party, red coats, Sons of Liberty, John Adams, Sam Adams, Paul Revere, Abigail Adams, family, poison, murder, frame-up, sniper, forgery, smuggling, double standards, sexual harassment, betrayal, amateur sleuth, third person protagonist point-of-view,
Twelve of the Jack Reacher short stories by Lee Child, that will thrill, chill, and keep you laughing.
Three unusual, hardly respectable heroes, in this anthology of historical romances by Diane Whiteside, Mia Malone, and Maggie Robinson.