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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Mystery, Historical, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Alternate History
“ And yet, the cat remains. It is an enigma, just as Edgar Poe was an enigma as a writer, and I am also an enigma as a man. We are all joined together in this mystery of terror and blood; this death of a great artist who was, most likely, just beginning to live a life of sober reflection, ready to create his greatest work ever.” Forevermore, Chapter 4.
Now a great audiobook read by Shandon Loring, a dramatic Irish voice.
In the top 100 of best sellers in the Historical Mystery category at Amazon.
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Mini-Mysteries in the manner of Poe.
“If any literary work is too long to be read at one sitting, we must be content to dispense with the immensely important effect derivable from unity of impression–for, if two sittings be required, the affairs of the world interfere, and everything like totality is at once destroyed.”–Edgar Allan Poe
“Musgrave mixes accurate history with a spell-binding plot to create an amazing who-done-it! Watch for more Pat O’Malley Mysteries.”
In post Civil War New York City, Detective Pat O’Malley is living inside Poe’s Cottage in the Bronx. O’Malley is haunted by Poe one night, and the detective finds a strange note. As a result, O’Malley decides to prove that Edgar Allan Poe did not die in Baltimore from an alcoholic binge but was, instead, murdered. O’Malley quickly becomes embroiled in a “cold case” that thrusts him into the lair of one of the most sinister and ruthless killers in 1865 New York City.
Jim Musgrave’s “Forevermore” is a quick read in four acts that will keep your mind razor sharp trying to solve the mystery of Poe’s murder. Pat O’Malley must first find out how to become intimate with females before he can discover the final clue in this puzzle of wits, murder and romance.
These mysteries are all short but powerful reads (following Poe’s dictum that a work, to be effective, must be readable in one sitting). The third mystery will be a “battle royale” between two of the most popular brothel madams in 1860s New York City. Come join the fun with Detective O’Malley and his partner, Madame Rebecca Charming, as they battle crime and Tammany Hall city corruption. As author Jim Musgrave says in his app for iPad, iPhone and Android, “Carry 1860s New York City around in your pocket or purse!”
Most historians uphold that literary legend Edgar Allan Poe died from complications to his crippling alcoholism. But private detective Pat O’Malley believes otherwise. He believes that Poe was actually a victim of murder. In Forevermore, O’Malley sets forth on a mission of danger and romance to uncover the truth behind the demise of his old friend and one of America’s most important authors.
In most mystery novels, the quality of the story as a whole is largely dependent on the quality of the character telling it. Luckily, Forevermore has a great narrator and protagonist in the form of Pat O’Malley. O’Malley is a truly developed and surprisingly complex character. He is likable, and not a generic womanizer. In fact, many of his tragic life experiences have left him with a sort of phobia of women. Surmounting this phobia becomes a paramount plot point which makes solving the case of Poe’s murder seem not just like a job, but also a journey of critical personal importance.
O’Malley is not the only character to enjoy in this novel, though. Author Jim Musgrave has concocted an excellent cast of supporting characters including some great interpretations of historical figures like William Wallace and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Becky Charming, the prostitute and closest confidante of O’Malley, is perhaps the most interesting of them all as a woman who perfectly balances sensuality with motherly wisdom.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Romance, Anthologies, Contemporary, Collections & Anthologies
K ate Abbott isn’t looking for excitement and is perfectly content with the secure life she’s built in Seattle, even if her son thinks she’s in an uninspired rut. Former rock star Tyler North has no intention of shaking up his life on the Montana ranch where he fled years before to escape the ravages of fame and fortune. Neither plan to attend their 25 year high school reunion in Summerville, but fate throws them together on a lonely road, leading them on a journey of discovery.
From the majesty of Yellowstone to the shores of Lake Ontario, Kate and Tyler fight unexpected attractions and old insecurities. Their journey is full of surprises and odd twists. From bison and bears to a deep crevasse and a crazy old man, they work together to overcome the obstacles in their path. But will these two opposites be able to put aside fear of change and rejection to take a chance on the promise of love?
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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Memoirs, History, Americas, United States
T his is the day-to-day journal of an Occupy organizer who, for several months, dedicated his life to the movement. It’s a one-of-a-kind, detailed account of how activists in the Denver area struggled to organize themselves while dealing with the authorities, philosophic differences among the activists themselves, and a public that was all too ready to turn its back on the would-be revolutionaries.
My Occupy holds detailed accounts of conflicts between protesters and police forces; the specific measures activists took to organize themselves; and the organic evolution of Occupy culture.
This is the story of Occupy from within Occupy.
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Genre(s): Social Situations, Emotions & Feelings, People & Places
L earn the power of positive thinking! Get rid of annoying, nonsense thoughts that cause people to be miserable.
Charlie never has a good day. Every day is bad. “Eww! Gross. There is a big ANT on me!” shrieks Charlie, “Get it off!” A troll tells Charlie, that he’s the only one who can get rid of the ANTs (Annoying, Nonsense Thoughts) by learning how to change his thoughts into HAWKS (Happy, Awesome, Wonderful Knowledge). It takes a lot of practice. But then….
He does it! He thanks the odd little troll for the magic wish. The troll laughs. I’m not magic. The magic is in the brain. Join Charlie as he learns to change his life, by changing his thoughts. You may find that you can change your thoughts too.
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Genre(s): Sports & Outdoors, Individual Sports, Cycling, Travel, Asia, China, General, Specialty Travel, Adventure
D iscovering a largely forbidden country, Cindie Cohagan
cycled across China’s most arduous landscapes including daring ascents over
some of the highest Himalayan passes in the world. Her journey is not only a stunning physical
adventure, but also a mental and spiritual quest that leaves her questioning
her seven year marriage and pushes her towards and eventual conversion to
Cindie’s honest portrayal of the strangers she meets in this
foreign land touch the heart as much as her lonely struggle to connect with her
increasingly distant husband and travel-mate.
Finding Compassion in China speaks of fragile yet beautiful encounters
with a country and its people: from
angry authorities, to enthusiastic prostitutes to simple families who offer
shelter when needed. It is an honest
tale talking about the profound intricacies of the universal human heart.
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