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
I'm a little late posting this, but better late than never. And even if it isn't better, I'm posting it anyway. It's hard to believe in these days of computers and iPhones, but the transistor, the basic core electrical component that enables these wonders, is 65 years...read more
21st December 2012. The day on which, if Hollywood and anyone with an interest in rumormongering has their way, the world will end. After the abortive “end of the world” in May 2003, a quick recount of the Mayan calendar resulted in 21 December being picked for a...read more
This is funny if you're reasonably broad minded. I've been through a period of stress lately and it was good to laugh at this. Try putting in the names of a few people you know. www.gizoogle.net Normal service will resume as soon as I figure out what's normal. Cheers...read more
I've been flat out busy this past week, so forgive me for this rushed (and late) post. I have a broader post that will go into the data in the post in more detail, but it'll have to wait another week. I just want to say something, because The American Cancer Society...read more
Veterans Day has it's roots in the horrors of World War I. For not exactly clear reasons the Armistice that ended World War I came into force on the 11th hour or the 11th day of the 11th month. HG Wells called the war "the war to end war," but even during first world...read more
History hasn’t been kind to moustaches. Time and time again records of moustache wearing have been suppressed. Take for example the British Invasion. No, not that one, the other one. 1963, when the Beatles arrived on US soil. Clearly they were big supporters of men’s...read more