Still in America, and still expected to keep his new charge safe from bad influences, Bertie finds the young gentleman has taken a part in a new musical comedy stage production. That should keep him out of the mix for a while, what. But then Bertie gets another note from Aunt Agatha that puts a wrench to it. Absolutely!
While visiting America for an extended stay, Bertie gets word from his Aunt Agatha that she expects him to host a visiting young gentleman that Bertie has never before so much as met. Rather bally, what!
Bertie has his Aunt Agatha mandated lunch with Sir Roderick. But thanks to Claude and Eustace the whole thing goes a bit Rummy, what.
Bertie's engagement to Honoria may have hit a snag, if Bertie could only be so lucky, what!
Bertie puts forward his plan to unite Bingo and Honoria with the usual Wooster success. That is to say, not so much.
When Bingo Little meets Honoria Glossop, he turns to his friend Bertie to help make the love connection a reality. Too bad Jeeves was recently overheard insulting Bertie's brain power and can't be asked to intervene. The blighter!
Bertie finds himself the guardian of an expensive set of pearls, and oddly enough, Aunt Agatha has just lost a set jut like them. Bally mess, what!
Bertie is hailed by his Aunt Agatha to a hotel in France where he learns she has found for him the perfect wife. Rather.
Bertie has agreed to help his pal Bingo find matrimonial bliss by getting Little the Elder to agree to the union. What ho!
In my best affected posh British accent, I bring you the legendary Jeeves and Wooster.
In this brief sample from the first book in a series, "Coop" Harrington is hired to solve the murder of a Nashville-based music exec. Gold medal winner of the 2016 Global E-Book Awards in Mystery, the book has been called, "A clever and well-crafted whodunit—an absorbing page-turning read."
When private detective Cooper “Coop” Harrington meets record label mogul Grayson Taylor at a swank gathering of country music artists and politicians he never imagines he’ll be investigating his brutal murder less than twenty-four hours later.
With his son seriously burned in a fire he'd heroically been fighting, Dr. Terry Mann hopes to use a new technology to give his son a second chance at life. The prequel to Mark Gardner's Body Rental Series, Pithos is the deep background fans of his stuff needed.
Danny Peterson is the town's first ever female Fire Marshall. The position carries baggage of several types: political, social, and professional, but who could have guessed at the personal toll she was about to suffer?
The opening chapter of USA Today bestselling author, David Chill's novel builds the tension of the business world, a man's family life, and an assassination plan, all before the story even kicks off.
When his friend is murdered on the streets in a way eerily familiar to him, a war vet and ne'er-do-well from the Frisco Streets decides to take matters into his own hands.
800 years after a dark lord invaded their kingdom, planning to steal all that made the lands special the four fairy groups are fighting back. Fairy Tales are about magic, fantasy, good versus evil, and love conquering all.
Having stumbled upon a ghostly farmhouse that isn't supposed to exist anymore, and finding items and vehicles of a bygone era, all new and seeming abandoned, our heroine begins to wonder if maybe she's passed through a portal that's less about time and more about the nature of existence itself.
When a doctor takes a ghost hunting vacation without her spouse, she hopes to find a good story to bring home. What she finds instead is a little more than life changing.
In these two stream-of-consciousness tales, evil comes for a damsel and a hero battles confusion. First, a man of Scandinavian lineage must fight off a psycho killer, then a couple in love are tormented by a cult from the woman's past.
The Good Old Days weren't always good, but at least he could go out for dinner at a reasonable hour, and he didn't have to deal with his wife's hangry outbursts.
In this tale from the future, an American president has reached the Constitutionally mandate term limit, but why should a little thing like that keep him out of office? Tyrant has been submitted to "The Renegade" anthology and is included in Mark's "Warmache and Other Stories" paperback.
Read by the author, this story explores the contrast between the good life and the seedy side and how love of family can force a man to confront his demons.
Katherine just wanted to make a little money doing a sleep study for a month. Now she's being held against her will with a handsome stranger who signed up for a very different study. Will this nightmare ever end?
Having agreed to a sleep study, Kate learns that the program she signed up for is not exactly the one she got when she wakes to find that she has a roommate ... a male roommate. Oh, well, they'll just run out the clock, right?