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Every romance reader loves a bad boy hero.
In Last Night with the Duke, Griffin has never lived down his reputation as a rake. But hiring a chaperone for his sisters is the only thing on his mind–until he meets the intriguing Esmeralda. In ways he couldn’t have expected, she arouses more than his curiosity.
As a chaperone, Esmeralda considered herself too sensible to fall for a scoundrel, but that was before she met one of London’s most notorious rakes.
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I’m thrilled to bring you Pekoe Most Poison, the 18th book in my New York Times bestselling Tea Shop Mysteries. When tea shop owner Theodosia attends a “rat tea” at a fancy pants mansion in Charleston, she’s knocked out by the waiters wearing white gloves and rat heads – and stunned when the genial host chokes to death on his tea. But the victim’s wife begs for help, so Theodosia tries to narrow down the suspects from a certifiably crazy cast of characters. With pacing that moves like a thriller, Pekoe Most Poison is a suspenseful guilty pleasure.
My childhood was spent in a “strange” house – where odd things happened all the time. As I got older, I realised these occurrences weren’t normal at all, and I began to be a bit scared of all things supernatural. I soon realised we shouldn’t fear the unknown.
I wrote The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost in an attempt to normalise the supernatural. It’s the first book in the series, Dr Ribero’s Agency of the Supernatural, that unites the realm of the strange with the everyday world. It’s a place where chaotic spirits rub shoulders with businessmen, and nothing is quite as it seems.
I hope you enjoy what Publisher’s Weekly called, “Ghostbusters with a British accent.” I’m giving away five copies, and please write to email@example.com for a chance to win.
MIDAIR is one of the most remarkable tales of survival in the history of aviation — a collision at 30,000 feet by two bomb-laden B-52s over a category 5 super typhoon in the South China Sea at the outset of the Vietnam War.
Jump into the cockpit — if you dare — with combat pilot Maj. Don Harten for a ride you’ll never forget, complete with 185 mph winds, 70-foot waves, and, of course, sharks.
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Craig K. Collins