Miscellaneous Personalities [NOOK Book]


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A Very Scenic Trap
Nancy Ann Gilders had married Harry Silvers after knowing him only eleven days. He was very wealthy, she was comfortable, but not rich.
They spent four years in a very happy marriage. They traveled to many places.

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Miscellaneous Personalities collection

A Very Scenic Trap
Nancy Ann Gilders had married Harry Silvers after knowing him only eleven days. He was very wealthy, she was comfortable, but not rich.
They spent four years in a very happy marriage. They traveled to many places.
Then he was murdered with a very rare and hard-to-trace poison.
He left a daughter and son and Nancy Ann.
All three had apparently been cleared in the murder. All three became very personally wealthy at his death.
Nancy Ann had to get away. She made plans with the daughter to take a trip.
Then it got scary. Was someone trying to get rid of all three heirs?

Alligators Ain't All
Al Rhamer discovers a body by the canal. It is mutilated a bit. The police say it was Old Rocky, the local alligator.
Al doesn't accept that for one second. The body was dry. A gator takes its prey into the water, and other things.
Al investigates, along with one of the police. It leads to some kind of deal where the FBI becomes involved.

Good Bi
A sort of study of a bi-sexual life in the discovery stages.
Mike discovers he is a sex addict. He decides to be honest about it. He stays with a gay man he met in high school and with a woman he was trying to date, and with two men from the office, and with anyone who could spare the time and energy.
He realises this can't continue. He and the gay man and his favorite woman friend go on a trip to the mountains where he comes to grips with his life. He discovers why he is like he is.

Inverted Paradise
A man is offered a vacation on a tropical island, all expenses paid. He arrives and is met with a fantastic tropical island peopled by physical gods and goddesses in a society that seems made for paradise.
Why is he there at all? What is behind strange happenings? How has he changed? What does his companion’s gangster father have to do with it?
What happens if this paradise turns into an inverted paradise?

View From the Middle
A vacation in Central America. A stop for one week in Bocas del Toro, Isla Colón. A night of too much to drink and a few tokes too many.
Phil Colbert wakes up in a big round bed. There is a nude, very handsome Indo laying next to him. He is nude.
He groans and turns over. There is a beautiful woman peacefully sleeping on the other side!
He doesn’t remember much. Did he do anything with the guy or with the woman – or both? He seemed to remember....
Part of it suddenly came back. He had never done anything like that before in his life!
Thinking about it, he damned well would again!

Killer View
Jim Warren was looking for a place with a spectacular view to build a home for him and his wife and his teenage children.
He found the perfect place near, Pavon! He took some pictures and was leaving when he thought he heard a shot.
The next day there was an item on the news about a body, shot through the head, found on a property. The camera showed that double waterfall from a slightly closer angle.
Then he downloaded his camera and looked at those pictures. There was something in two of them when he blew them up he hadn’t noticed at the time.
A man with a rifle.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044691346
  • Publisher: CD Moulton
  • Publication date: 6/29/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 854 KB

Meet the Author

Born in Florida, travelled the world as a rock guitarist with some big names in the late sixties, early seventies. Been everything from a high steel worker to longshoreman, from musician to bar owner, and much more. Educated in botany and genetics. Now living in paradise (Panamá!)
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