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Book: Wedding Bells for Brett (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
"Gary N. and Helen W. Trank of 66 Colstone Boulevard take great pleasure in announcing the recent nuptials of their daughter Pamela Ann, and Brett Cornell. . ." The above words appeared in the local newspaper, and thousands of women throughout the city immediately went onto mourning! -- Well, not exactly. But private detective and self-proclaimed unscrupulous bastard Brett Cornell nearly went [...]
 
Book: The Salacious Marny Ottwiler by Bridget Straub
After several years of living life in the fast lane, bestselling novelist Marny Ottwiler vows to take control of the chaos that has invaded her everyday existence. This proves to be easier said than done. Over the next year she rides a roller coaster of experiences that she chronicles in hilarious detail. Follow along as she navigates through fame, family, friendships, and the writing of her next [...]
 
Book: Don't Mess with Brett (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
The life of an unscrupulous bastard can sometimes be fraught with difficulties. First, there was the sweet young thing who claimed he'd impregnated her. (Know what a condom is, Brett?) Then there was the desperate young man who wanted to take him to court. (One of the risks you run when you insist upon being so unscrupulous.) How about the guy who showed up at his apartment and threatened him at [...]
 
Book: Brett Always Wins (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
According to the police report, the attractive, blue-eyed blonde had been shot to death in her apartment at around 7:30 p.m. Then how was it possible that nearly 50 people saw her dining and dancing at a nearby club over 3 hours later? Set in the late 1980s, the third Brett Cornell novel finds the studly private detective surrounded by the usual bevy of beautiful women, as well as a few seedy [...]
 
Book: Poolside with Brett - Brett Cornell Mystery by David D. D'Aguanno
Private detective Brett Cornell believes that he's never had it so good. He's been on a winning streak playing poker in private games being held in the back room of one of his favorite night spots. He's recently been "discovered" by an exotic-looking beauty who specializes in home-made adult films. In addition, he's been hired to track down a certain missing husband and bring him back home to his [...]
 
Book: Beach Bum Brett (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Private detective Brett Cornell decides to go on vacation, and hits the sunny, golden shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, where he quickly captures the 3 A's (the attention, admiration, & affections) of as many of the lovely young bikini-clad beauties as he could ever desire! So, what could possibly go wrong? Well -- as Brett himself would say -- as sure as rain is wet and water is...well...wet, [...]
 
Book: Brett Enters the Square Circle (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Where in the world is Stacey Ashton? Stacey herself told her employer that she was leaving for Philadelphia on personal business. But Melanie Foster suspects that the girl has run off to Florida with her husband instead. Enter private detective and self-proclaimed unscrupulous bastard Brett Cornell who attempts to discover Stacey's true whereabouts, only to learn that she may actually have been [...]
 
Book: It's All Brett's Fault (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Marcus Wade was a man who wasn't easily intimidated -- that is, until he had reason to believe that someone was trying to kill him. Upon talking the matter over with his wife Sybil, he decided to hire someone who would not only protect him, but who would also scare off any potential murderers. In other words, he needed a man who was tough, dangerous -- and more than a little unscrupulous. Enter [...]
 
Book: Brett Gets Hammered (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
The beautiful and alluring Tammy Rankin and her brother Andy were positively grief-stricken when their well-to-do father died of a fatal heart attack. In fact, their grief was intensified when they realized that their young stepmother stood to inherit his vast fortune -- that is, unless they could somehow suggest foul play and pin a murder rap on the woman, notwithstanding her probable innocence. [...]
 
Book: Brett Aerobicizes (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
A man is found dead with a bullet hole in his chest, and private detective Brett Cornell is the #1 suspect. It might have something to do with the fact that there were witnesses who had seen him punching the guy around only a few days earlier. Or -- more likely -- it might be because the police have discovered that the fatal bullet had been fired from HIS gun! In the second novel of this [...]
 
Book: Dr Rayne's Guide To Writerly Disorders - A Tongue-in-Cheek Diagnosis For What Ails Authors (Writer's Craft Book 26) by Rayne Hall
Do you suffer from Synopsisitis, New Novel Itch, Mad Muse Attack, Reality Blindness or Reichenball Falls Syndrome? If people think your behaviour is weird, this book will convince them that you're perfectly normal for a writer. You are simply afflicted with a Creatively Transmitted Disease. Compare your symptoms, discover the cure (if there is one) and diagnose your writer friends. Compiled by [...]
 
Book: How the Blue-Tongued Skink Got His Blue Tongue by Mary Langer Thompson
"Traveling a hero's journey, Dinky overcomes bullying, tries to save us all, and gains a unique blue tongue in the process." -Loralie Pallotta, Preschool Owner for 26 years "Who can resist peeking into Pandora's box or opening Aeolian's bag of winds? Although Dinky is permanently affected by another's wrong choice, he continues to encourage others to do what is right." -Dale Lopez, Secondary [...]
 
Book: It's an absolutely perfect day for... by Queenie Mac
Catherine, aka Queenie Mac has created page after page of wonderful, whimsical illustrations and delightful tongue twisting text that promises to entertain readers of all ages. Pages for each alphabet letter will introduce children (and adults too) to many new animals and will go a long way toward increasing a child's vocabulary.
 
Book: The ROMANCE of CUNNILINGUS Tips and Techniques from Both Sides of the Tongue by J.R. Luxor
The Romance of Cunnilingus, Tips and Techniques from Both Side of the Tongue, is self descriptive in that J.R. Luxor combines a How-To book of sex techniques and tips with a discussion of the philosophy that creates a sexual-spiritual connection. If you want a greater intimacy with your partner, this book uses the act cunnilingus to demonstrate concepts such as devotion - unreciprocated giving. [...]
 
Book: Decline and Fall of All Evil - The Most Important Discovery of Our Times by Seymour Lessans
Many theories as to how world peace could be achieved have been proposed, yet - war has once again taken its deadly toll in the 21st century. The dream of peace has - remained an unattainable goal - until now. The following pages reveal a scientific - discovery regarding a psychological law of man's nature never before understood. This - finding was hidden so successfully behind layers and layers [...]
 
Book: Lincoln County Crucible (Valediction For Revenge) by Roland Cheek
The story opens after the terrible Lincoln gun battle where Alexander McSween and many of his partisans perished. The notorious "Santa Fe Ring," a crooked triumvirate composed of elements of the United States Army, Territorial judges and prosecutors, and extortionistic merchants, are in near-total control of southeastern New Mexico. Young Jethro Spring is undecided about staying in the country, [...]
 
Book: The Dogged and the Damned by Roland Cheek
After surviving the World War II carnage of seemingly endless New Guinea battles, then living through the slaughter of nearly all of his Company H comrades on a Moratai beach, Corporal Mikhail "Michael" Baranovitch had enough. He turned and deliberately walked back across the beach he'd earlier charged onto from the landing craft, and into the Pacific Ocean! Miraculously he survived both the [...]
 
Book: Chocolate Legs by Roland Cheek
Chocolate Legs - Sweet Mother Savage Killer? Her story begins as an Ursid Shirley Temple, a cute blond phenom amid the real-life Shangri-la of Glacier National Park's most scenic mountain valley. In time, however, the curtsying knockout zoomed to National Velvet-style celebrity, demanding more from fans than admiring glances and the flashing bulbs of paparazzi cameras. It was those Garbo-sized [...]
 
Book: Dance On the Wild Side by Roland Cheek
My wife referred to her growing enchantment in outdoors adventure as "competing in a man's world." That idea infuriated me. I understand that anyone who pretends to be anyone must struggle with everyday problems and relationships. I realize love must be learned and earned, and that it can be lost through mistakes or choices made or not made during life. Some might applaud the thought of a lady [...]
 
Book: YOGO (Sapphires of Yogo Series) by Roland Cheek
Searching For Gold Bumbling Onto Sapphires - He already had two noted gold discoveries, so what could the guy do for an encore? Stumble onto the greatest gemstone lode in world history that's what! Caught by a cloudburst on an open plateau, he squatted alongside his horse in the pelting rain until the sun at last emerged. While shrugging from soaked clothing and spreading them on nearby rocks to [...]
 
Book: The Silver Yoke (Valediction For Revenge) by Roland Cheek
The Silver Yoke is the concluding novel in Roland Cheek's "Valediction For Revenge" series chronicling the life and adventures of the mixed-race progeny of a mountain man father and a Blackfeet mother; stories of desperate struggles to play the cards fate dealt amid the exciting pages of America's frontier West. The saga of Jethro Spring's life through five previous tales is one gigantic learning [...]
 
: Bloody Merchants War (Valediction For Revenge) by Roland Cheek
For serious students of Western history, time and place tells it all. Time: August, 1877; beginning of what might've been the bloodiest feud west of the 100th Meridian; a struggle between entrenched and evil power centers of crooked merchants, dishonest Territorial government, and U.S. Army detachments who were theirs to command; all overwhelmingly arrayed against bewildered homesteaders, honest [...]
 
Book: Gunnar's Mine (Valediction For Revenge) by Roland Cheek
Heading north, over 10,200-foot Lizard Head Pass, past the struggling Colorado mining camps of Ophir and Telluride, following the rushing tumble of mountainside freshets down from alpine tundra to the quiet murmuring of the San Miguel River, almost to a decaying Uncompahgre gold camp called Placerville, a traveler encountered a mud-and-wattle waystop where a pilgrim could find plain, but filling [...]
 
Book: Learning To Talk Bear by Roland Cheek
Roland Cheek began life in Montana by panting after a grizzly bear rug to lay in front of his fireplace. What he received was an education about a wild animal that seized his heart, stole his head, and wormed deep into his imagination. As his outdoors learning curve advanced, grizzly bears topped the list; but it was a winding road from first grizzly sighting in 1965 until first printing of his [...]
 
Book: Learn About Elk by Roland Cheek
In the beginning there was heaven and earth; and the earth was without form and void and little tow-headed boys wandered around barefoot with hands in their pockets because there was nothing upon the land to catch their imagination. And God looked upon His work and it was not yet good that no thing existed to challenge those boys. And so an autumn came to pass when eerie whistlings drifted into [...]
 
Book: The Judgment of Paris (Miranda) by Ariel Setobarko
Retelling the essentials of the story of the Judgment of Paris, in few words and with rich illustrations, in a slightly tongue in cheek tone. The story, a catalyst for the Trojan War, contains the seeds of some of the most important works of Western culture, reaching from Homer to Virgil to Dante and beyond.
 
Book: Something for Everyone by Caron Rider
This short collection of poems and limericks is eclectic in nature and not to be taken too seriously. If you are familiar with Abbot and Costello, you will see where some of my inspiration came from for my limericks. If you are not familiar with the comic duo, you should avail yourself of some of their more humorous monster movies. They're great family fun. As for the poetry, inspiration was a [...]
 
Book: Paris and Helen (Miranda) by Ariel Setobarko
This is the second book in the Miranda Series of Sycorax Books, intended for very young readers. The story line is a sequel to The Judgment of Paris and describes the events that led up to the Trojan War. The readers are introduced to Paris on his visit to Sparta, the beautiful Helen, her husband, Menelaus, and his brother, Agamemnon. The story is told matter-of-factly, without pathos or undue [...]
 
Book: It Was a Dark and Stormy Night - A Short and Unbelievable Story by John Chapman
It Was a Dark and Stormy Night - Huh! What sort of title is that? Well it's a tongue-in-cheek short story to get you thinking. If you were struck by lightning and survived unharmed would you voluntarily risk it again? You might if you were 'Jack the Ripper' on a time travel mission. A Kindle Short Story. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
 
Book: Texas Voodoo by TB Riggs
Texas Voodoo was a great little story to write, because as we all know they do not practice Voodoo in Texas, right? Well, I was sitting in my living room, one day, staring into space, when I busted out laughing at a funny thought, I had, which had to do with Voodoo and Marie Laveau, the famous Voodoo queen from New Orleans in Louisiana, and it so happened that the Texas Association Of Authors was [...]
 


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