Tired of the same old guidebooks? Learn where to go and what to do from a local!
This alphabetical city guide looks at Chicago – and tourism – from a whole new angle, letting readers browse the city at their own pace.
*And enjoy unique trivia you just won’t get from the other guys!
When the 14-story Versailles Tower condominium complex collapsed, taking more than 800 residents with it, the LAPD had more than just a catastrophe on its hands. An anonymous terrorist group had forewarned a local Times reporter that a tragedy of great proportion was imminent, but they didn’t say why or demand anything…initially.
There are many people who are enthusiastic about food—the cooking of it, the preparation of it, the serving of it, and let’s not forget the eating of it.
But Andrew Delaplaine is the ultimate Food Enthusiast.
This is another of his books with spot-on reviews of the most exciting restaurants in town.
Delaplaine dines anonymously at the Publisher’s expense. No business has paid to be included.
A complete guide for everything you need to experience a great Long Weekend in Chicagoland.
There’s nothing quite like a visit to the “City of Big Shoulders,” as the poet Carl Sanders once dubbed Chicago. And boy, was he right. Never has a city been so aptly described.
The Adoption: An international coming of age story in a world where borders are collapsing and Ethiopian children beg pennies from eco-tourists to use at internet cafés to FB their cousins in Las Vegas.
Patience Roberts is the last summoner standing between magiciankind and certain demon invasion. She’d like nothing better than a little down time with her number one distraction—Faust. Faust will do whatever it takes to protect the woman he loves. When an old demon enemy punches through the barrier between the worlds, she’ll have to sacrifice one too many pieces of her soul to leave room for love.
The novel’s setting is on board a train where Alan and Ralph become friends to the point the last shares his secrets with the former who asks burning questions and makes unpleasant assumptions. Alan suspects Ralph is a murderer.
Two childhood friends are reunited at an airport during an extra long layover. He's the boy she secretly crushed on in high school. She's the little sister of his best friend. What was once off limits is suddenly too tempting to resist...except for an old ghost from his past that threatens to taint the present.
*This work contains the complete story previously published as a serial in 4 volumes
Auto-parts heiress Jackie Whitney has been bludgeoned to death in her luxury high-rise, her body found neatly wrapped and tucked away on a closet shelf. Jules Landau has been hired by the public defender to get her client off the hook. The lawyer doesn’t care who killed Jackie Whitney. She just wants to stir up a reasonable doubt....but there’s nothing reasonable about this case.