In Million Dollar Question by Ellie Campbell, Rosie is a single mother of twins working as a teaching assistant and facing redundancy when she wins one million pounds. Olivia is a high rolling workaholic engaged to one of Time Magazine’s Most Eligible Bachelors when she discovers her boss is a criminal and her world falls apart. Can these two women who have nothing in common on the surface survive the extremes of life?
Morris “Fish” Fishbein is a man with a lot of hats. He’s everything from a chef to a bounty hunter and is considering adding reality television star to the list. When a group of FTAs he’s been contracted to find start dying, Fish finds that his task is a new one. Can Fish find the killer?
We put together something for your entertainment and musings for the last days of 2014. We’d like to thank the authors Clive S. Johnson and D.L. Morrese for their contribution and we hope all readers will enjoy the reviews and poems that we selected.
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Charlie Pinwright is the most forgettable man on earth. As a child, his mother frequently picked the wrong boy up from school simply forgetting his face. After losing his girlfriend to a Spanish cake decorator, losing his job and being forced to share his flat with another family (the landlord leased the bedroom simply forgetting that Charlie was there), Charlie is kidnapped by an alien bounty hunter. Charlie soon finds out that the continuation of existence as we know (and don’t know) it may rest on his shoulders. Can one forgettable man save the galaxy?
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In Queen Henry by Linda Fausnet, Henry Vaughn Jr. prides himself on a manly presentation of himself to his team-mates on the Baltimore Orioles. He won’t allow them to see him with his much-needed inhaler and when Henry hears that there may be a gay player on the team, this shocking news horrifies and disgusts him. An experimental drug for asthma that will save the inhaler and save Henry’s face leaves him with an attraction to men and, worse, one specific man. Will Henry risk all of come out or lose the relationship that is most important to him?
In The “She” Stands Alone by Nadine Keels, Sheridan Jones fell in love in college only to have her heart broken. The dating pool is shallow so Sheridan decides that her best option is to simply date herself.
In The Unexpected Vacation of George Thring by Alastair Puddick, George Thring is a man who feels trapped by life. Every day after work, he drives past his home and farther away. On the day that he gets lost, Thring finds himself at a festival of Elvis impersonators and becomes embroiled in adventure and mishaps the like of which he’d never previously imagined.
Pettie Grumbles has turned her back on the Secret Services division of the Post Office. When her former superior, Tellmemydoom, asks her to return to Canada to investigate The Weatherman, it’s an assignment Pettie simply cannot pass up. But who can Pettie trust? Investigating The Weatherman may shine a light on Pettie’s own love, Hector, twin brother of The Weatherman. Is it a chance worth taking?
Blake and Ralph have been married for twenty-seven years when Ralph, an ex-cop and security specialist, hits 60 and starts working out and dressing better. Is Ralph doing other things to feel young, Blake wonders? She heads out for her own self-indulgence of a knock-off Chanel handbag and winds up embroiled in a mystery that she needs the help of her husband, a man she’s not sure she trusts, to solve.
In One Night at the Jacaranda by Carol Cooper, A group of lonely Londoners gathers for a night of fun and fellowship at the Jacaranda. As the night progresses, their stories are revealed from the man dying of cancer to an undercover woman, looking to make a name for herself as a freelance journalist. For Londoners, looking for that one thing that will fulfill them, will they be surprised when they discover that what they thought they were looking for may not be what they anticipated?