The Heart of a Tyrant is a fictional novel that exposes brutality, plunder and conscienceless by the custodians of commonwealth and collective happiness of a people. The novel is full of twists of faiths, suspense and vindication. It has lots of moral lessons to teach and guidance to give every reader. It is full of passions and thrills from start to finish.
Two courageous Sydney families sit at the centre of this story. Linking them is a small girl Sophie who vanished 100 years ago.
It is a story of people's ordinary lives, how they are touched and shaped by tragedy and yet rise above adversity.
Mostly set around the beautiful inner city suburb of Balmain and an old house there, parts of the story traverse the remote Australian outback
Sam Sinclair, Freelance Law Enforcer with the Inter-Galactic Law Enforcement Agency goes to Nahda 3 to capture the thief of a valuable ancient artefact. What starts out as a potentially easy job soon becomes a turning point in Sam's life, and forces him to question his beliefs about not only himself and his life, but the universe itself.
An account of the trial of Count Franceschini for the murder of his wife Pompilia at a time when it was excusable to kill an adulterous wife. But was Pompilia guiltyof adultery with a handsome young priest? The most notorious trial of the seventeenth century.
Veronica Gedeon was one of three victims of a sensational crime that occurred in the early morning hours of Easter Sunday, 1937. Ronnie, as she was known to her friends, had posed nude for a photographer only a few months before she was murdered. These scandalous photos were published by New York newspapers in the killings' aftermath.The macabre slayings were the work of an elusive insane killer.
Helen Jewett was the daughter of a Maine shoemaker. Raised as Dorcas Doyen, she entered the home of a prominent judge in Portland as a girl. She was turned out of this home for sexual indiscretions. Her misadventures led to a life of prostitution that she lived in establishments in Maine, Boston, and New York City. My text recounts her demise and the ancestry of her family and two of her clients.
I grew up on my mother’s stories. Although an Irish woman of small stature and imaginative mind, stories didn’t come any ‘taller’ than those tales told by my mother. They would stretch the bounds of one’s credulity beyond the realms of possibility, and yet, she always made me ‘want to believe them’. I have taken the germ of her fact and added a bit of my fiction with a dash of author licence.
Lynne Baggett was not a successful film star. The highlight of her career was a 1948 marriage to Hollywood producer Sam Spiegel. She played mostly uncredited parts in movies. Baggett experienced a spiral of despair which led to suicide in 1960. Like Marilyn Monroe pills were found close to her bedside. Unique to Lynne was her progressive disintegration after a car accident that killed a young man.
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