When a woman confesses to Father Will, one of the monk-constables at Maddleskirk Abbey, that she has committed murder, he can do nothing but absolve her from her sin. The Seal of Confession is absolute. When a body is found in the nearby woodland, his moral dilemma grows. Detective Chief Superintendent "Nabber" Napier and his team have a murder to solve, but monks sworn by oath to silence are hardly the ideal candidates for questioning... When the murder weapon is discovered, and the detectives learn of the violent past of one of the Abbey's monks, the race is on to find the culprit before anybody else gets hurt. Questions need to be answered and confessions must be made.
Serge and Coleman are back on the road, ready to hit the next stop on their list of obscure and wacky points of interest in the Sunshine State. This time, SergeÇÖs interest is drawn to one of the largest retirement villages in the world. What starts out as an innocent quest to scope out a condo soon becomes a Robin HoodÇôlike crusade to recover the funds of swindled residents
Serge and Coleman are back on the road, ready to hit the next stop on their list of obscure and wacky points of interest in the Sunshine State. This time, Serge's interest is drawn to one of the largest retirement villages in the world. What starts out as an innocent quest to scope out a condo soon becomes a Robin Hood-like crusade to recover the funds of swindled residents
Judy never intended to start wearing the dog. But when she stumbled across her son Teddy's old baby sling during a halfhearted basement cleaning, something in her snapped. So: the dog went into the sling, Judy felt connected to another living being, and she's repeated the process every day since. Her personal life lies in shambles, but takes fumbling steps toward happiness nonetheless.
by Fielding, Kim, 1967- author; Kim Fielding.
Narrated by Performed by Daniel Henning.
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Teddy Spenser spends his days selling design ideas to higher-ups, living or dying on each new pitch. Stodgy engineer types like Romeo Blue, his nemesis--if you can call someone who barely talks to you a nemesis--are a necessary evil. A cute necessary evil. Turns out Mr. Starched Shirt has some hidden depths, and it's getting harder to ignore the spark Teddy feels with every brush of their hands, with every knowing look. He might not have been looking for this connection with Romeo, but will he ever be ready to let him go?