Heroines Suzanne Morse and Nancy Tremblay are about to become your alter egos. You will be brought into their lives and be part of them. So when you lie in bed reading my books you will be sailing a perilous journey on the South China Seas. When you turn a page over morning coffee or tea you will taste love in the delights of the men that they are with.
I am Brenda Sue, a murder, mystery, suspense / thriller, romantic, author with a mission to provide adventures that will leave you intrigued and keep you to expect the unexpected.
The Metamorphosis Novels present the trilogy you will not want to miss......
Web of Deceit
Brenda Sue, an imaginative, creative only child, began writing at an early age, often skipping high school classes to attend journalism and creative writing courses with her friend, at Boston University.
Self Raising four daughters, while establishing a career as an electrologist/esthetician, she owned a prestigious day spa for 32 years.
Brenda has written murder/mystery/comedy/dinner theater shows that ran for many years in the Greater Boston Area. She loves art, making people happy and the magic of exploring life. Positive thinking is at the core of Brenda's philosophy. She brings her readers to new adventures and experiences.
This book documents the United States Coast Guard career of Herbert E. Nolda, from his enlistment in April 1942 to his discharge in December 1945. The book also encompasses his early life before the war and his life after the war as it relates to veterans' matters. On the morning of December 7, 1941, Herbert was living in Santa Monica, California, where he was employed at the huge Douglas Aircraft factory. He arrived at a boarding house for lunch to find the landlady hysterical with the news of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Several other young men were there too. Within minutes one of the young men stood up and announced: "Our country's in trouble and needs our help. I'm going down to enlist. Is anyone else coming with me?" "I am," Herbert replied. His time in the service was varied, from patrols on the East Coast, to four major invasions in North Africa and Europe. On June 6, 1944, D-Day, he was manning the #1 gun on his ship, LCI(L) #92 as she plowed into the maelstrom of Omaha Beach. Her sister ship, LCI(L) #91 had hit the beach a half hour earlier. She had been Herbert's home until a month before D-Day. The two small ships became famous in the annuals of D-Day. Later, in mid-August 1945, Herbert was aboard the troop transport, USS Admiral H.T. Mayo anchored at Ulithi Atoll in the South Pacific when the guns of the neighboring ships started firing, but there were no enemy planes in sight. . . This book is filled with the grim and the humorous incidents of war as experienced by a young sailor from landlocked Nebraska. Also interwoven are shorter biographies of some of Herbert's crewmembers. It is richly illustrated with 185 photographs and other historical documents.
Hardworking Thomas takes a vacation--on the Island of Sodor, of course! This 64-page coloring book includes a sheet of shiny stickers and will keep train-obsessed little boys ages 3 to 7 entertained for hours on long trips.
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