This Is Not a Murder Mystery

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World Audience, Incorporated, Jun 1, 2007 - Fiction - 144 pages
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Dr. Waldman is a talent of amazing prowess; his collection of short stories is nothing short of an epic journey.

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More Books by Robert L. Hecker! Rachel's War Something was terribly wrong. This day, her wedding day, should be filled with joy. But trying to concentrate on the words of the Rabbi, Rachel had an uneasy feeling of impending doom, a feeling that something would be missing from her new idyllic life. And then-SS Lt. Karl Stryker slammed open the doors of the Polish synagogue-and stopped in dismay. A wedding, for God's sake! Why did it have to be a wedding? He already hated his job as leader of a German Einsatzgruppe designed to sweep up Jews from Polish villages, but he had no idea of the forces he would unleash the day he interrupted the wedding of the strikingly beautiful bride. Neither Karl nor Rachel was prepared for the unleashing of overwhelming passions, terrible, wonderful passions that would not only sweep away the past, but also threaten to destroy their future in the flames of the Warsaw ghetto. Murder is a Lousy Way to Die Someone is trying to kill Ben Roan-again. Was Ben targeted for murder at the Nevada Atomic Test Site? Maybe not. Maybe the victim was supposed to be the gorgeous scientist from India, Taja Singh, and Ben just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time? Finding the truth catapults Ben into the cutting edge of high tech science and the excitement of skydiving while trying to match wits with the most glamorous-and dangerous-woman in the world. Is she the killer or the victim? Will her hypnotic beauty, her world of international intrigue, cost Ben is life, or worse, his heart? Either way, murder by violence or by romance is a lousy way to die. Mile High Murder Benjamin Roan, head of Roan Security, is in trouble-again. Cavorting in the California skies in a WWII P-51 fighter plane, the last thing on Ben's mind was murder. In truth he was having a hard time keeping his thoughts off his sexy flight instructor who turns out to be as deadly as she is beautiful when she catapults Ben into the thrilling world of International Air Shows. There, as an exhibition flyer - and a reluctant undercover operator for the DEA-Ben becomes embroiled in drug smuggling and international intrigue. Suddenly flying loses some of its thrill when he finds himself a target for mile high murder.

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