Six Hard Days In Andalusia
When an old-time British villain and his crew meet their end in a bloody shoot-out on the Costa del Sol, it’s of little concern to most. After all, gangsters get killed. It’s what happens in their line of work. Allegiances change. Men die. It’s the way of things. However, when Mary Lawson a.k.a. ‘The Accountant’, a former MI6 agent turned independent contractor to the mob, is instructed by her shady bosses to investigate, things quickly get a lot more complicated. Hardened by her years in British military intelligence and ruthlessly professional, the woman who is no stranger to death and suffering, sets out to find who is responsible. However, on the ‘Costa del Crime’ with its regular influx of millions of tourists, a history of political corruption, and a diverse and thriving criminal underworld, nothing is ever simple.
Bernadette Murphy’s life has been ticking along—new career, new romance, new peace with past losses. Yet she finds herself emotionally stuck, wearing an engagement ring on a leather cord around her neck instead of on her finger. When her brother dies suddenly, her world is rocked, yet her sister-in-law, Jenny, launches into survival mode within hours of the funeral. Bernie is astounded by Jenny’s strength until the evening she shows up holding a battered canvas journal from her brother’s childhood in which he listed larger-than-life travel destinations.
The Last Mission of the Seventh Cavalry
A unit of the Seventh Cavalry is on a mission over Afghanistan when their plane is hit. Sergeant James Alexander, Private Kady Sharakova, Private Charley Kawalski, PFC Autumn Eaglemoon, PFC Sparks Campbell, and nine other soldiers bail out of the burning plane. When they hit the ground, they are not in Afghanistan. Not only are they four thousand miles from their original destination but it appears they have descended two thousand years into the past where primitive forces fight each other with swords and arrows.