Monday Mailbox

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Nov 122012

It’s time for Monday Mailbox again!!

November Host: BermudaOnion

I had two books in my mailbox  last week, both by Sherban Young.

Fleeting Memory
The answer lies with Keats… With these cryptic last words, the man sprawled out on the floor of the rustic cabin expires – murdered. What could he have meant? Why Keats? Which answer? (For that matter, what was the question?)

All this and more passes through the mind of the young householder who discovers the body. If only he knew the guy’s name. Or anybody’s name. Including his own…

From here, our hero is hurtled along a path of self-discovery. With the help of Enescu Fleet, retired private detective and (according to some) the world’s most fascinating man, he will delve into an exciting new game show called Deadly Allusions, where trivia and murder compete for top billing. Along the way, he will attempt to figure out the dead man’s clue – and quite possibly nab a murderer who is too smart for his own good.

Five Star Detour
Freelance courier John Hathaway just wanted a weekend away: two days of wine, women and high stakes poker. Instead, he finds himself diverted to an English-style mansion in the backwoods of Maine—compelled to transport a priceless trinket at the bidding of his overbearing uncle. Once arrived, he quickly finds that half of the residents are not who they say they are, and all of them want his package. It’s up to Hathaway to sort through the confusion, dodging cops, jewel thieves and his own bodyguard. In the process, he will meet the woman of his dreams and manage to deliver just the right amount of chaos into his host’s otherwise humdrum life.

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  5 Responses to “Monday Mailbox”

  1. Both of your new books look like fun reads — enjoy!

  2. ENJOY your new books. I saw this author on another blog too…haven’t heard of him before.

    Review for THE GIRL ON THE CLIFF going on at my blog if you want to stop by.

    Silver’s Reviews

  3. Happy Reading!

  4. I got Fleeting Memory, too. Enjoy the new books!

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