Good girls go to heaven. Bad girls go to Sturgis.
That’s what they say at the famous motorcycle rally. Is Mercy Watts a bad girl? Mercy doesn’t think so, but she’s going to Sturgis and things are about to go bad in a big way. Mercy’s about to find out that a lie spoken fifty years ago can be used by a present day evil, and it’s not only stalking Sturgis, but the Watts clan itself.
It was a perfect plan, summer relaxing at a private estate on an island off the coast of northern Maine. Rachel Maguire and her niece and nephew plan to enjoy a needed break from their successful business and developing plans for their next project. They also plan on spending time with two very special friends. Unfortunately, a ghost and a murder interfere with their plans.
It was a world. Drifting through the cosmos. Laughter. Spilling pills. Love and indigestion. The plaza. Before the malls. Open 24 hrs. For heart break. And Peggy Lee's laconic sad voice. Everyone wondered what it meant. Until they heard the sound. Of their stomach's grumbling. And the hob nailed boots. The cracking sound of bone. Against rock. Everything was alive. For a while.
A series of minor backstage accidents culminates in the suspicious death of the leading lady on opening night of "Sousacal: The Life and Times of John Philip Sousa." When understudy Isobel Spice takes over the role, her mastery of the material makes her more suspect than savior, and she realizes the only way to clear her name is to find the murderer—before he or she strikes again.
Eleven-year-old Human slave Miona is drawn into a spy game against her aristocrat class bully and his gang, in this opening to the sci-fi fantasy A Charmers’ World. Her furry slave friends join in, but to get them all out of the game alive, Miona will need all her wits, her keen sword fighting skills, and a very special talent she didn’t know she had.