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The Paris Vendetta: Cotton Malone v. The very rich

Cotton Malone has a problem.


The Charlemagne Pursuit: Chasing an ancient civilization

For most of his life, Former U.S. Justice Department operative Cotton Malone believed his father, Navy Captain Forrest Malone, died in a 1971 accident aboard the submarine USS Blazek. The government maintains the sub was lost in the mid-Atlantic, but Malone discovers it was actually near Antarctica on a secret mission.


Emma and the Vampires lacks bite

After Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was released in the spring 2009, a barrage of Jane Austen novels infused with supernatural creatures has followed. Ben H. Winters joined the bandwagon in July of 2009 with his version of an Austen classic, entitled Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters.


Bullet: Explicit sexual content weighs heavily in new Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series offering

There are some book series that you can begin anytime and never miss a beat because continuity is not an issue. Others, like Laurell K. Hamilton’s “Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter” series, are books  you really need to have been in on from the beginning, and sometimes must review the material twice to “get” it.


Up On The Ridge: Blazin’ bluegrass by Bentley, et al

Dierks Bentley is hot – not only because of the way he fills out a pair of jeans – right now, he’s riding the crest of a wave most artists can only dream about.

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