It’s the modern age, and King Arthur and six of the Knights of the Round Table still live- in secret. It wouldn’t be possible without the skills of King Arthur’s butler, Lucas. After gathering the knights which for poor Lucas meant searching for a missing king and breaking up a bar fight, King Arthur decides to find Merlin.
Steve Mitchell had it all: he was a surgeon and chief resident and had a loving wife with two kids. His life was on track until patients began to die from mistakes, but Steve suspects that the patients were actually killed and their deaths were made to look like accidents.
Near the little town of West Falls, Vermont in the woods is a place called Devil’s Land where there are rumors of evil and the children are not allowed to play. In 1908 on a farm nearby a young girl dies and her mother, Sara, soon dies under mysterious circumstances.
It’s not New York City or Los Angeles but Grand Forks, North Dakota, an average American city, and for the last 25 years Marilyn Hagerty has written Eatbeat, a column of restaurant reviews. The restaurants are truck stops, locally owned, fast food, and large restaurant chains, but for all the familiarity there is a story.
It was the most important harvest day for Cameron Flaherty’s organic farm-share program as thirty customers were coming to pick up their produce, but everything was almost ruined when Cam discovers her farmhand, Mike, had bought some pesticide. Lucky for Cam, he hadn’t used it on the plants, but it was the last straw for Mike…
After the publication of Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days in 1873, travelers everywhere were challenged to see if the imaginary feat could actually be done. Though it wasn’t until November 14, 1889, that two women, a reporter and a journalist, would set off in opposite directions in a race to beat the eighty days and each other.