In 1885, the women of Paris are in danger. Not from unknown murderers. No, from their own husbands and fathers. For women who refuse to follow the restrictive culture of marriage, babies, and staying quiet, the Salpetriere asylum beckons. Some may truly be mentally ill. But most are just inconvenient.
With sixteen paranormal tales, Weird Women Vol 2 is sure to contain something that will enthrall you. Famous female writers, like Harriet Beecher Stowe, George Eliot, Edith Wharton, and Zora Neale Hurston are included among the forgotten female authors. The tales vary in length from eight to forty-four pages. The
Author Guest Post Britain had a successful and active codebreaking organization in World War I run by the Royal Navy. Known by its address of Room 40 in the Admiralty, this organization was only partially disbursed after the war. In 1938, when war appeared all by inevitable, Admiral Sinclair of
London, 1896. Private Investigators Daniel Wilson and Abigail Fenton are hired by Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. A new nightwatchman, Eric, is found dead with his head caught off. He is posed in the museum’s French Revolution guillotine exhibit. His security team partner, Walter, is missing. The bumbling police decide on
Thirty Names of Night is a heartfelt tale of two women. One is a modern NYC first-generation Syrian-American painter of birds, who feels her assigned gender is incorrect. The other, Laila, is telling the story of her life through her journal. Her story begins a century earlier in Syria. It
My Review It’s 1939 in England. You are a journalist, an amateur detective, and a part-time spy for the British government. You are chosen to join the Quaker Kindertransports of mostly Jewish children from Germany to England. Your goals? Find out who murdered the person you are replacing. Discover who