The Maid and the Mariner, by Brian Clark

ISBN : 978-1-77076-758-4
Format : 404 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Interior Ink : Black & white
Binding : Perfect-bound Paperback

John is captured by the French in 1809, he promises his prostitute girlfriend that he will marry her on his return if she gives up her ‘profession’. She does so and becomes the first female manager of a British mill. John assists the Duke of Wellington at Waterloo and returns a hero.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Brian Clark’s own life experiences are fascinating enough to warrant writing about. With a career that spanned 30 years in New Zealand radio and television, he was also compere for a multiplicity of concerts locally and abroad. The man of many talents previously used his writing skills to produce journals as an historian for the New Plymouth Operatic Society.

Now, at 90 years of age, the release of his third book signals the next chapter of his life as a novelist.

PRICE : 18.00 US$

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Inside The Midnight Hour, by Allen Stanfill

ISBN : 978-1-77076-756-0
Format : 190 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Interior Ink : Black & white
Binding : Perfect-bound Paperback

How would you feel if you were a private eye and the mayor of your hometown called you up to help solve a murder case? On top of that, everyone in town still hates you, including your ex-girlfriend. Well, this is the situation Joe Frost has found himself in. Brought in to help solve a five-year-old case, enemies around every corner, and a police chief that wants you out of town.

But these are minor things when he is faced with the true horrors that await him. The games that the killer will play with Joe’s mind will take him down a road that will change him forever. Question is, will he stop the killer before it’s too late?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

My name is Allen Stanfill, I live in Powell Wyoming with my wife and two kids. I enjoy reading and writing horror and murder mystery books. It is a goal of mine to bring entertainment to all readers.

PRICE : 15.00 US$

Sur mes chemins d’étoiles, par Jean-Claude Olivier

ISBN : 978-1-77076-754-6
Format : 84 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 po., broché,
papier intérieur crème #60, encre intérieur noir et blanc,
couverture extérieure #100 en quatre couleurs

Jean Claude Olivier est né le 14 juillet 1936, instituteur en Algérie pendant la période française, il a mené sa vie de directeur commercial tambour battant, voyageant aux quatre coins de la planète sans discontinuer.

Grand voyageur, humaniste, curieux, sensible, Jean Claude Olivier s’intéresse à tout ce qui est en rapport avec l’âme humaine, les faits de société, la nature, tout ce qui est profond et essentiel. Il a ramené de ses voyages au bout du monde une foison d’anecdotes, d’instants vécus, d’aventures, qui tisse la trame de ses romans.

Huit romans ont ainsi été publiés en France, dont « Le château du maître des clés » aux éditions Michel Fontaine, « Le maître et le magicien » aux éditions Société des Ecrivains, « Noires sont les larmes de Shangaan » aux éditions du Panthéon et « L’aventure est au bout du chemin » aux Éditions Dédicace. Aventure, amour et larmes, mystère et ésotérisme, sont les ingrédients de ses passionnants récits.

Jean Claude Olivier nous revient maintenant avec ce nouveau recueil de poésie, « Sur mes chemins d’étoiles ».

PRIX : 17.85 $CA

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