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The Man Who Wasn’t There – Part 3

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
It’s been about a year since their first battle with Mr. D. Brian and Jordan have embraced their roles in life and practice their skills to be better prepared for the next battle. Since last…

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Will Mr. O’Leary learn how to woo Linda?

Originally posted on The Owl Branch Book Promotions:
You can find “Holmes In America” (A Sherlock/Holmes Mystery #1) by Karen Vaughan at: Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

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SNAFU FUBAR: NOTHING HEROIC BY BOB DIXON

THE REVIEW I laughed so hard I cried! I will say right off the bat there is a warning that should be applied while reading this book. Readers should, no not should, must wear adult diapers to prevent an unfortunate … Continue reading

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LITERARY PUT DOWNS THROUGH THE AGES PART I

Whether it be the Bard or Hemingway, insults have peppered literature for centuries.  The are the comic relief in a heavy tragedy or a deep philosophical read.  For the next few blogs I am going to explore the literary quips … Continue reading

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MC SERIES CARRIES ON WITH RICKY BOOK 1O BY L.ANN MARIE

Shotgun wedding, untouchable Elizabeth, Knight, and C4. “He’s gonna kill you.” Is the theme for MC: Ricky. Elizabeth’s biggest threat is from her father and no one stands up to Knight. Can Ricky keep her safe? Can he get through … Continue reading

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CAN SEBASTIAN MASTERS LEARN TO LOVE? READ BLAZING HEARTS AND FIND OUT

Dr. Sebastian Masters has lost his job from Eastbridge hospital, due to insubordination. But now he has come across the perfect woman, Dawn Turlo, who would give him another opportunity – another job offer and his own building with staff. … Continue reading

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The Man Who Wasn’t There – Part 1

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
PROLOGUE Part 1 September, 1713 Luminous Cayce stood on the front porch of his spacious home, overlooking the mighty Mississippi River. The full moon sparkled on the water as it rolled by. Smoking his pipe,…

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