Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Last Painting of Sara de Vos by Dominic Smith

In 1631 Sara de Vos became the first woman member of the artist Guild of St Luke in Amsterdam.  Known for her lovely still lifes and other indoor scenes, Sara quickly made a name for herself.  But one evening Sara … Continue reading

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The Ambassador’s Wife by Jake Needham

There was no doubt that the woman on the bed in the Marriott Hotel in Singapore was dead.  It would take awhile to make any identification, however, since her face had been beaten so badly she was unrecognizable. She was … Continue reading

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Extreme Prey by John Sandford

Lucas Davenport, was enjoying his time working on an addition to his cabin when he gets a call from Mitford, the chief of staff to Governor Elmer Henderson. Since Davenport left the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, under less than ideal … Continue reading

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The Travelers by Chris Pavone

Will Rhodes should be happy with his life. After all as a journalist for Travelers, an award winning travel magazine he gets to travel the world and have extraordinary experiences. But traveling isn’t all glamorous and in his personal life, … Continue reading

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