When Danielle Boatman inherits Marlow House, she dreams of turning it into a seaside bed and breakfast. Since she´s never visited the property, Danielle´s not sure what awaits her in Oregon. She certainly doesn´t expect to find one of the house´s previous owners still in residence. After all, the man has been dead for almost 90 years - shouldn´t he have moved on by now? Charming Walt Marlow convinces Danielle the only way he can move on is if she solves the mystery of his death. Danielle soon discovers her real problems may come from the living - those who have their sights on Marlow House´s other secrets. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Romy Nordlinger. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/007229/bk_tant_007229_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
An Unexpected Encounter ( Half Moon House, Novella 1): Deb Marlowe
The Kit Marlowe Mysteries Omnibus:Books 1 and 2 Severn House Digital M. J. Trow
Farm girl Marion Marlowe is on her way home when she stops to take in the surrounding countryside. “Same farms, same hills, same animals! Oh, I’m just sick of country life and a farm life!” Little does she know that her circumstances are about to change! A magnificent singer, she breaks into song and might readily be forgiven for glorying in her superb natural talent. On arrival at home, she finds Dolores, or Dollie as she was called, weeping in the yard. She tells Marion that her father, not for the first time, wants her to enter a loveless marriage with the detestable Silas Johnson, which she has refused to do. Time passes and a mysterious Mr Carlos Lawson appears at the farm, which causes unease with Marion. She also overhears a conversation between Silas and her father and realises that Silas has a hold on her father and is wanting Dollie in exchange. Despite her misgivings she confides in Carlos Lawson and instantly regrets what she has done. While helping the orphan Bert Jackson escape from the orphanage after one beating too many, she discovers that Dollie, too, has runaway. Only she hasn’t runaway but been abducted by the black-hearted Carlos Lawson and the two have gone to New York. Marion sees the rescue of her sister as a valid excuse to escape the confines of the farm and plans to go to New York in search of her sister. She then packs and leaves for the city on a quest to find her sister. What adventures will her quest lead this inexperienced farm girl on, alone and almost penniless in New York city. To whom will she turn? Will they listen or simply dismiss her as a naïve farm girl? And what will happen if the money runs out before she has found her sister? Join Marion Marlowe on this, the first of her many adventures in 1900’s New York city. YESTERDAY’S BOOKS FOR TODAY’S CHARITIES. 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charity. ============= KEYWORDS-TAGS: Marion Marlowe, Dollie, From Farm to Fortune, , abducted, Adele, arm, Aunt, Bert, bitter, blushing, Body, brain, Breasts, cabman, chief, clutches, companion, control, courage, crowd, daisy, daughter, detective, Dollie, Emile, Emile Vorse, exhibition, Farm, farmer, father, features, figure, flashed, flush, garments, gentleman, God, Gray, handsome, headquarters, homespun, hotel, housekeeper, hypnotised, hypnotized, innocent, instinctively, Jackson, Jenkins, jewels, kin, lashes, Lawson, lodging-house, Marion, Marlowe, married, Matt, Miss, monster, New, City, noble, Norwood, officer, officers, parlor, passengers, Passion, pity, pleasure, Police, Poor, power, prison, Professor Dabroski, pussy, queen, question, Ray, Ray, scream, sharp, Silas Johnson, Sile, sister, society, Stanton, station, station-house, straight, sunbonnet, superintendent, Susan, topazes, train, uncle, villain, whip, whisper, window, seduction, seduce, kidnap, capture, hostage, snatch
The beautiful Marlowe twins, Marion and Dollie are in New York, living in a cheap boarding house and almost penniless. Marion had just found and rescued Dollie from the clutches of Professor Dabroski, the hypnotist, who had abducted her from her home in the country. In rescuing Dollie she had crossed swords with Emile Vorse, a fiend in the attire of a gentleman. Discovering who they are, their landlady tries to throw them out, but assistance arrives from an unexpected ally, who puts the landlady in her place. With her money returned the Marlow sisters and their new ally, Miss Allyn, depart Mrs Garvin’s shabby establishment. Ensconced in new rooms, the next day Dollie responds to an advertisement for a trainee typist and Marion wonders the city looking for work. Silas appears, as if from nowhere, and tells Dollie and Marion that he has bought the mortgage to their parents farm. He assumes that because Dollie’s reputation is somewhat tarnished, she would readily agree to marry him. He was wrong. With three months grace the sisters start laying plans to rescue their parents. But $9.00 is a long way from $500, especially in 1900’s New York. What adventures will the sisters plans lead them on and into in their attempt to earn enough to pay the $500 mortgage hanging over their parents’ lives without breaking the law? YESTERDAY’S BOOKS FOR TODAY’S CHARITIES 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charity. ============= KEYWORDS-TAGS: Marion Marlowe, Courage, New York, broke, penniless, , Allyn, answer, aunt, Bert, block, boarders, boarding-house, body, breasts, bum, Carlotta, city, companion, concert, country, diamond, dollars, Dollie, Emile, exceptional, father, fellow, fiend, fireman, flush, forgive, furious, garments, Garvin, gentleman, German, girl, Haley, handsome, happily, heroine, home, hope, house, hundred, indignation, jacket, Jackson, Jenkins, Johnson, kindness, kiss, landlady, laugh, little, loan, love, luscious, man, Marcus, Marion Marlowe, marry, Matt, Miss, money, Moore, mortgage, New York, office, officer, Olio, orchestra, Otto, paper, passion, pleasant, pleasure, pocket, policeman, Poor, preacher, Professor, pussy, Dabroski, prompt, pussy, Ralph, Ray, room, Rosen, rush, sad, Samantha, Silas, sing, sister, sisters, sneer, song, started, starve, store, streets, thief, tremble, trouble, twins, typewriter, unconscious, vigorous, Vondergrift, Vorse, whisper, young, accost, kidnap
The Name of the Game is Death / One Endless Hour: Dan J. Marlowe
It´s Christmastime at Marlow House Bed and Breakfast, and Danielle has a full house. When a woman, stranded far from home, shows up on the doorstep and begs for a room for the night, how can Danielle tell her the inn is full and turn her away? After all, it´s almost Christmas. The woman makes quite an impression on the other guests, especially when she mysteriously disappears. Is it foul play - or something supernatural? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Romy Nordlinger. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/008893/bk_tant_008893_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.