Initially, it’s hard to get through the profanity to see any value in this book. It will quickly turn off anyone who is offended by excessive foul language. But once you get through the shock of excessive profanity, the story starts to take shape. Parts of it reminded me of my own college years. The reading is well-suited for some college students and young adults who can relate to the non-stop partying, drinking and drug use. Beyond...
After one heartbreak in America, Morgana returned home to be with her reconciled ex-lover, Stewart Brown, only to discover that he is a cheater. Morgana is caught in a quandary. Should she stay and fight the competition or move on?
Bendoo is sent on a mission to Wareika Hills, to infiltrate a gang of wanted men hiding out there. On his way there he intervenes in a quarrel between Lorena, the daughter of a drug kingpin, Gus Mc Creed and his foster son, Fred Billings. He is hardly there long enough when he realizes that maybe the mission is beyond him. But the word fear or danger has no meaning in Bendoo’s vocabulary. That’s why he was sent on this deadly mission.
Bendoo is caught and thrown in a cell at Wareika and is awaiting a firing squad. Meanwhile, Gus Mc Creed and his enemies are caught in a deadly struggle for control of the Jamaican drug trade from which there can only be one winner.
Morgana is on the verge of returning Stewart's engagement ring to him and Bobbette has announced marriage plans. Stewart doesn't mind those setbacks in his love life as April has returned home and he has just found a new young girl.
The foundations of American freedom are shaken in this story about politics and journalism in Michigan. Chip Halick, a journalist on the political beat, discovers secrets about the popular governor that can potentially destroy his reputation, and put his "New Freedom" agenda at risk. Faced with the possibility of having his past indiscretions detailed in the newspaper, the governor launches an attack in a manner completely contradict...
Banjo is hell bent of tricking his two former step-daughters and his son out of their inheritance. Will he succeed?
The future: work is a luxury, mating a duty and sex a drug. What will you take to survive?
Music and morals will never be the same again. As told through the viewpoints of pictures, the local police, his mentor and his murderer, the life and death of Ash Hammond aka The Armless Maestro (the world's first armless music conductor) will stun you beyond belief.
It is 1973, and the hero of this story, Ed Scripps, has left England to make his fortune in Portugal. Portugal, though, is on the cusp of revolution and when it breaks out it seems at first as though it will benefit Ed. He has a keen eye for the business opportunity, and a winning way with the opposite sex, and as the revolution unfolds Ed manages to both win hearts and begin to make money. It looks as though his future is assured. B...