|Playing With The Big Boys|
|By Rachel Hullett - 4,883 Words|
|It all came down to one question: Could she live with Racetrack Higgins?|
|To Capture A Perfect Wave|
|By Jesse F. Knight - 7,204 Words|
|Whoever said the best ghost stories are set in England? Here is a poetic tale of love, death, and love again set in the 1900s on the California Coast—John Steinbeck country seen from an entirely different perspective.|
|Where Will We Bury Them?|
|By Mark Mellon - 7,976 Words|
|A Red Army division tries to invade Finland, but is trapped and slowly chewed to pieces.|
|Persons Of Rank|
|By Sherry-Anne Jacobs|
|Part 1 - 5,469 Words|
|An E book
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Persons of our rank, declared the Dowager, quivering with outrage at the mere thought, do not fall in love! But her niece Beatrice and her grand-daughter Eleanor dont agree and dream of love matches.
Beatrice is despatched to London by the Dowager to look over the current crop of eligible bachelors, but is not impressed by them—though the languid charm of Justin Serle disturbs her more than she will admit. She is appalled by the lack of social conscience and the mercenary attitude toward marriage displayed by the ton. Her country innocence, generous heart and impulsive behaviour, however, lead her into some alarming and even dangerous situations.
Meanwhile, back at Setherby, the beautiful and headstrong Eleanor is up to mischief of her own. And when Beatrice returns, the Dowager, still bent on marrying off the two young women, puts another plan into operation and arranges a house party.
Will Eleanors secret be discovered? Will Beatrice continue to deny her own heart? And will the villain achieve his wicked ambitions? Only after a desperate struggle in the potting shed at midnight will matters be resolved and love triumph.
|By Trace Edward Zaber|
Part 1 - 5,438 Words
Part 2 - 6,847 Words
Part 3 - 5,888 Words
|Prior to the outbreak of Americas Civil War, Noelle DArcy Etheridge, a Charleston-born girl who was shipped off to a New Orleans boarding school after her fathers tragic death, receives an urgent summons to visit her recently-remarried mother, now residing near Savannah.
Why, after 4 years of unwarranted ostracism, would her mother suddenly demand her presence? And will she find happiness, intrigue, love, or peril in a strange city, with a new stepfather, on a mysterious cotton plantation known as Destiny?
|By Meredith Whitford|
Part 1 - 8,830 Words
Part 2 - 8,147 Words
Part 3 - 3,719 Words
|Set in England in the 15th century, Treason tells the story of the reigns of the two Yorkist Kings Edward IV and Richard III. Martin Robsart is orphaned in the civil strife between the Duke of York and the (Lancastrian) supporters of King Henry VI and his wife Margaret of Anjou. Martins distant cousin the Duchess of York takes him under her wing, and he grows up serving the new young King Edward IV and his brother Richard, Duke of Gloucester.
Edward IV is facing a rebellion by his brother George, Duke of Clarence, and their cousin Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick (the kingmaker). In a failed coup the rebels have recently taken King Edward prisoner, and his brother Richard has become his chief lieutenant and military leader. Martin and Richard have recently discovered they loved the same girl, Innogen Shaksper, and the baby she is about to bear could have been fathered by either of them. Martin has realized he truly loves Innogen, and Richard is half in love with Warwicks daughter Anne.
|By John Jakes
(Dutton, New York City, 1998)
Reviewed by Trace Edward Zaber
|By Cherif Fortin and Lynn Sanders
(Genesis Press, Inc., 1998)
81 pages, 34 full-color portrait-quality paintings
Reviewed by Glenda Bixler
|Plotting And Editing|
|By Sherry-Anne Jacobs
(Training Publications of Western Australia - 1998)
Reviewed by Frances Grattan