revelation - part one

revelation - part one

bob chartain

bob chartain

Rembrant Hill stumbles upon a strange and mysterious place in the great southwestern desert. A place where the book of "Revelation" seems to be unfolding.You are Director of the Cultural Olympiad. Three weeks before the opening ceremony and you are panicking: the Olympic Torch has failed to ignite the country, and London 2012 is shaping up to be a Mega-Non-Event. Surely you can do something to make London really excited about the Games? On a night out on the town with your long-lost friend, you recall that 7/7 – the suicide bombings that followed London’s selection as host city – was the last time Londoners came together as one. With the Olympic clock ticking towards Games Time, nothing can stop you trying to recreate that feeling of togetherness. If only you had been able to stop yourself…… Games Makers: A London Satire chronicles the attempt to bomb London back to the Blitz spirit Andrew Calcutt is the original ‘hackademic’ (journalist turned academic). He has written a dozen non-fiction books. Games Makers is his first novel.
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counterpane

counterpane

bob chartain

bob chartain

Written in the William Goldman("Butch Cassidy") easy to read screenplay format.Tommy a young and lovable genius whose mother died at his birth is prematurely aging. Only a perilous and tearful journey through his depressed fathers sinister world of spy vs. spy may save his life."Do I scare you, Setiana?" His eyes are pinned to mine with the slightest hint of hurt and worry lingering in them."No, no. I just was startled, that's all," which I come to realize is the truth. I sense no fear as I take in every detail of his body and ever so beautiful golden eyes, just amazed with what I am seeing. He is very tall. I would have to guess close to seven feet tall. His skin is a light black color, and he is only wearing a shiny black bikini? Okay, why oh why did I have to look that way.  As I examine his features more I come to realize he has a long reptilian tail. My eyes flow over his gorgeous, built body. Wow, he even has long beautiful nails. Well, more like claws not nails. I slowly look upwards to his wonderful smile, beautiful copper and gold colored eyes with no pupils at all, and amazing long black hair. His hair is so smooth looking. I bet it feels wonderfully soft.  "I have never seen anyone like you before." He turns and talks in his language to someone in the cell directly across from ours. He finally fixes his eyes back onto mine. "What are you? Sorry. Is it rude of me to ask?" I hope I said that low enough that no one else could hear.He smiles, which in a way lifts my heart and spirit. His smile then turns into a small chuckle. "It is not rude to ask when you do not know. I am a Mongoelilien." His smile suddenly shifts into a seductive grin. "It makes me very joyous to see you smile as well, Beautiful."
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Curse of the Rubyheart - part one

Curse of the Rubyheart - part one

bob chartain

bob chartain

Jenny Rhodes' mom and now her famous dad are gone because of the mysterious ruby from the Amazon jungle. - Can 10 year old Jenny stop the insidious plan to resurrect an alien god.Welcome to the Beginning of the Stranded In Time Series!Jeff Greene is enjoying his vacation on the Western Caribbean island of Roatan when a freak storm transports him back in time to the 17th century. Jeff takes up with a band of pirates led by the infamous Captain John Coxen as he searches for a way back to his own time.Part Pirates of the Caribbean and part history-based time travel science fiction, the story takes the reader on a roller-coaster ride of high-seas adventure, bloody swashbuckling, secret romance, and mysterious forces of nature.The book has something for everyone - at least everyone who likes a good pirate story (that's everyone, right?). There are battles at sea, sword fights, gun fights, fist fights, pirate talk (yar!), treasure, lusty pirate wenches, sex, drunken debauchery, sharks, exotic locales, and even a bit of pirate captain wisdom.Parents are advised that this book contains depictions of violence and sexuality and contains some profanity. While not overly explicit, it is not intended for young children. At the least, this book would probably be considered "PG-13" material and at times may lapse into an "aaaahhRR" rating!Prepare to set sail with Jeff Greene and the crew of the Wandering Wench and get started reading Pirates Of The Storm now!
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