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The Chamala Quest
Action Adventure Thriller
To those who study plants, the Chamala represents the Holy Grail. Finding it would be the discovery of a lifetime—make that a dozen lifetimes. It produces a berry with phytochemistry possessing the unique ability to hyperstimulate nerve cell reproduction. It will be instrumental in the development of the next generation of biopharmaceuticals capable of curing blindness, deafness, dementia and paralysis.
Famous botanist, Doctor Liberty Belle Corcoran, may have the inside track in the search for the Chamala plant. While speaking at the Global Federation of Botanists’ annual symposium on the island of Mahé, she learns of its possible location from the mysterious Cheung brothers. There is one small problem, however. It grows somewhere in an unexplored mountainous region of West Papua, Indonesia, on the island of New Guinea, and is closely guarded by a primitive tribe of cannibals who hold the Chamala berry sacred. Libby will have to get past them if she is to succeed, and they plan to take the Chamala’s location and its secret with them to their graves, along with anyone who interferes.
Murder, Mystery & Romance
Greg was a good husband, for the most part, when Lauren was twenty-two. Loving and understanding of her various eccentricities, but not particularly ambitious, and unable to provide the finer things in life she so badly craved. Then came Nolan, a handsome man with a good income, capable of giving her the things she wants. Dividing her time fairly between the two men is a challenge, until Gordon comes along. Then it becomes impossible.
Gordon has an eye for Lauren, but he’s married to Erica Dupree, a filthy rich heiress to a billionaire oil tycoon, and therefore has to be careful. There’s a prenuptial agreement giving Gordon twenty million in the event he and Erica divorce. Unless Gordon is unfaithful to Erica. Then he gets nothing. In order to rid herself of the man and avoid paying the twenty million, Erica offers Lauren one million dollars to seduce Gordon. Bedding Gordon is the easy part. Keeping it from Nolan and Greg long enough to get the payment from Erica proves more difficult than she initially thought it would be. It becomes tougher still when Erica is murdered.
Young Adult Coming of Age
Dylan learns life isn’t something to be taken for granted when at the tender age of three his musician parents are gunned down during an attempted robbery of the nightclub where their band is performing. The incident not only robs him of his mother and father, it steals his most precious of all possessions—hope. For the next fifteen years it’s an uphill struggle just to survive.
Then out of the blue appears an opportunity which gives him a glimmer of optimism for what the future might hold. The Songwriter of the Year contest is announced and Dylan along with his friends Truman, Maddie and Josh decide to enter. In spite of having no knowledge of songwriting, they make it to the finals. The contest organizers fly Dylan and friends to LA for the televised awards ceremony.
LA is another world. Hollywood, celebrities, life at the speed of light. As spectators Dylan and friends are mesmerized by it. Against all odds, they win the contest and are awarded the title of Songwriters of the Year. They’re no longer spectators. They’re the show. Fame and fortune is theirs for the taking. The contest-winning song is a mega hit. They have their own reality TV show. The offers come at them quicker than they can field them. There’s no limit to what lies ahead for Dylan, Truman, Maddie and Josh. Or is there?