Book 8 in the Jess Kimball series
When a friend’s son is wrongfully accused and on his way to prison. Jess Kimball can’t let his mother down.
But as her investigation leads to Spain, Jess’s life is threatened.
When she chases the story into Africa, she knows she’s way over her head.
But the boy’s life is on the line, and Jess’s word is her bond.
Even if keeping it, could prove fatal.
Books with Diane Capri
Jess Kimball is an investigative reporter, who for the want of a better term, kicks ass. Which is just as well because she has a penchant for going up against some of the most ruthless criminals.
When Jess Kimball investigates a bombing at an industrial plant, what she finds is far more explosive.
A heart surgeon’s wife has been kidnapped, and the perpetrator thinks it’s a game, but Jess isn’t playing. Not now, not ever. Because justice is never a game.
Books by Nigel Blackwell
Fall weather has arrived in Texas, which means the mornings are cool and the days warm up to a wonderful 70 or 80. The Texas heat has definitely gone, but in it's memory here's one of my father's summer paintings. Hope fall is as nice to you as it is here in Texas :)...read more
My Siberian husky was most impressed with the comments and general level of comprehension over the last post, Woof! She did go on top point out that humans are tricky things to train, and that she thinks this is the most impressive example of dogs training humans...read more
It's often said that English is one of the more difficult languages to learn (particularly by those who are being taught the language 🙂 ) However, English is a lot easier than Husky. Dogs have an amazing ability to communicate. Their social interactions are on a...read more
And so it was for one brave frog at the launch of a NASA rocket on Wallops Island. Obviously tired of playing second fiddle to the just-there-for-the-ride human cargo, one frog decided to hitch a ride into space. Equally obviously, he or she hasn't really grasped the...read more
Traveling around the US, there is one thing you can't help miss. The dominant car colors are silver, white and black. Red occasionally appears, but usually only on a sports car. But lately I've begun to think the time's they are a-changin' (sorry Bob). I don't...read more
Shakespeare. Chaucer. The Old Man and the Sea. Despite the brilliance of these writers and their works, I’d venture that plenty of kids at high school view them with loathing. I know I did. Well, Chaucer, at least. Sorry, Geoff 🙂 Fortunately, there are many ways to...read more