Ted figures there are three things you must not being on a canoe trip: electronic devices, pet anacondas, or people who will die on the trip. Just as well nobody brought an anaconda….
Hughie apparently left the campsite in the middle of the night while everybody else was asleep. That wasn t surprising, considering how poorly he got along with the rest of the group the night before.
What is surprising is his canoe, lying in a very large mud hole on the portage - with Hughie s body under it. And there s the question of what happened to the phone that s no longer with is body.
"He sat on the carpet and smoked a cigarette. He had smelt a lot of rotten money, and it had made him sick. He had found and lost a gun, which might or might not have shot somebody in the head. And his mouth tasted of blood and of a woman who wasn’t his. It had been a hell of a day."
For a long a time, there has been a lack of book in the market that explains the complexities of the forensic science in a straight to the point way. Well not anymore, “Collecting The Clues” by author Patrick Jane is the eBook that specifically targets this problem.
When Inspector Newton from the Fraud Squad comes to arrest Ken Prime, only Rosa Pleck s quick thinking saves the situation and puts them on the trail of a dubious charity organisation who hold mysterious "parties" on top of their distribution warehouse. Also, to Rosa s annoyance, Ken goes ahead and interviews two candidates for potential employment as extra detectives.
Gran has cats. Uncle Cawley spends his days reading newspapers. Life is boring for Boneh. Until one day, when Gran and Uncle Cawley start acting strange. There are hushed conversations and mysterious boxes in the basement. Boneh realizes something unusual is happening in his own house. Does he really even know his Gran?
Yes, there are zombies, even in Hawaii. A foolish writer learns this the hard way from a strange (and beautiful) woman who claims to be a hunter of the living dead. A fantasy-comedy novelette
Are you disillusioned with today s world, or is your future bleak? Do you hanker for the simpler times of the past? If that s the case, how do Travel, Adventure and Good Pay sound to you? Merely answer a couple of questions for me — can you handle a bow, a spear, perhaps a sword? Don t miss the opportunity I m offering — help change history a millennium at a time.