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Here's a historical murder mystery, for you, set in the 18th century, one Christmas DaySomeone is killing the lordlings in London.Get your copy of Sarah Barton's "Hunting the Wren" to discover this intriguing who dunnit. "Mrs." Elizabeth Rowland is the young housekeeper for a courtesan, Kitty Fleet, living on the edges of fashionable society. She lives vicariously through the excitement of her mistress's affairs, never dreaming that a very different sort of excitement is about to land on her doorstep -- literally. It's Christmas morning, chill and bright, and Bess Rowland steps out to sweep the front steps of snow only to find a dead lordling sprawled across her mistress's stoop, beaten bloody and holding what appears to be a dead wren. It isn't long before she has even more company: Besides a mysterious body, a Bow Street Runner by the name of Jim Watt appears, this address in hand, wondering if he's too late -- but for what? An unexpected suitor for Kitty's favours comes knocking -- but Kitty's career will be in ruins if rumour of this dead body gets out...
What is the significance of the wren? Can Bess remove the body, help Watt solve his mystery, sort out the suitor, keep Kitty safe, and maybe find a little romantic intrigue of her own, all without burning Christmas dinner? Grab your copy now to find out!
Vampire Eleisha Clevon has learned a way to draw blood from her victims without killing them-and she wants to share this knowledge with like- minded vampires and forge a united front against Julian Ashton, a vampire who preys on his own kind.
This is a story of a boy growing up in a Boston suburb near where his ancestors had settled three centuries before. He attends elite private schools and Union Theological Seminary, training to be a Protestant pastor. He marries Annette and they raise four children in suburban Rochester and the inner-city neighborhoods of Buffalo, New York. They help Saul Alinsky create a mass-based community organization to empower the dispossessed. Annette teaches social work at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Always moving West, they settle in Berkeley, California. They lose their political innocence during the Vietnam War, join a commune and are blind-sided by the power of cults. The family backpacks every summer in the Sierra Nevada. Annette teaches in the University of California School of Public Health. Howard, trained now as a sociologist of religion, advises groups planning to begin new churches in West Coast suburbs. Through meditation, creative use of their imagination, and workshops at Esalen, they explore aspects of themselves that had been cut off by their East Coast upbringing. They move to Benicia, California, where Annette blocks the railroad tracks over which munitions trains pass; Howard has a compelling dream of descent into the Void. After his ten-year pastorate, they retire to Claremont, California, where Annette dies in 1997.
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