A Bedouin nomad tells the thrilling legend of a horrific, gigantic Sahara ‘crab’…This is the 59th Ennin MysteryFrom the author of the TOP #50 Amazon UK Bestseller SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE TEMPLE OF DEATHAmazon Reviews for ENNIN’Absolutely engaging… There is so much mystery here…’ Joanna Daneman (USA), #1 HALL OF FAME AMAZON REVIEWER’The greatest of Japan’s detectives, Ennin, and of course his trustedservant and chronicler Kukai… Full of intrigue, action and excitement… Great escapism…’ M. Dowden (UK), HALL OF FAME TOP 50 REVIEWER’The Ennin Mysteries are an absolute delight…’ sshap’Stevens keeps on delivering… This is a great series…’ Abby Normal’Love it! Simply amazed by how good these short stories are!’ Edwina Callan’Intriguing and good to read… Set out in a very eastern myth fashion… Recommend them to all and sundry….’ Chris’I confess to being addicted to them for the depiction of medieval Japan, the characters and the enjoyable stories. I treasure each Ennin mysterythat I have…’ Postscripter’Five stars…’ Daphne Frampton’I especially like the sort of quiet and abiding love that exists betweenEnnin and Kukai, master and scribe. Also, there’s a kind of sweepingmajesty in the description of Japan…’ Lisa’Another good short story by Ben Stevens. Keep getting them can’t seem to help myself. Try them yourself…’ Tigger’Atmospheric, intriguing and entertaining… A rare achievement…’ Kenny51’Entertaining read with Holmesian overtones… Interesting to read about imperial Japan…’ AC’Thank you Ben Stevens for writing the Ennin Mysteries… I love thecharacters… My only complaint? I have read all the Ennin Mysteries – Iwant more…’ Momma Dahama’Amazing… An inspiration…’ Valentine Williams’Well-written… I’ve enjoyed many Ennin mysteries… Satisfying as always…’ S. Pearson’A FUN READ!’ Cowboy-not Wyoming’I love the different stories Ben Stevens comes up with… There is alwaysa twist, and the solutions are imaginative…’ Jay Gold’I like the writer, I like the mysteries…’ Amazon Customer’Really enjoyable…’ Menarue’This excellent rendition of mystery, suspense and intrigue! I’m surprisedthese adventures haven’t been made into movies or a TV series! They arethat good!’ Arnold Mount’I was completely hooked by the Ennin series from the first story… Ben Stevens’s writing style is somewhat like a Japanese room arrangement…’ AcerAcer’Mystery from historic Japan… Like Holmes and Watson, but in an Asian setting…’ Nysa’How refreshing… Really delightful…’ Leyla’I can’t get enough of “The Ennin Mysteries”! Every story I read is soentertaining, I hate for it to end. I recommend this author to anyonewho likes “whodunnit” stories!’ Ruth Casey May’These stories are always so amazing… Look forward to more…’ Eileen Sedgwick’A great read…’ Carter’Ennin does it again… Well written, evocative of the era, and suitably mysterious…’ KD’Highly enjoyable… Stories are tight, punchy and uncluttered… Bravo, Mr. Stevens!’ Damien Omen III’This Japanese detective is a fine addition to the burgeoning field of Asianhistorical detectives which began with Judge Dee (China) and runsthrough I.P. Parker’s Akitada…’ Mcb’Delightful short story… Enjoy!…’ PeaTee (TOP 500 REVIEWER)'(The) Ennin series is intriguing… Recommend these stories to all…’ Chris
Lacey Whitman is obsessed with a forgotten pirate of the Golden Age. When she discovers a hidden diary, she never dreams it will lead her back to the sea and into the arms of the dive bum she’d rather forget. Max Bertrand is jaded, conceited, and riddled with trust issues. He’s easy on the eyes, but hard on the heart. Unfortunately, he’s the only man in the Caribbean that has the answers she needs. Lacey’s habit of living in the past comes to an abrupt halt when Max and the diary of his ancestor take her on the quest of a lifetime: to discover and raise the lost privateer ship, Specter, and bring the treasure and legacy of a true hero home again. But will finding it cost her heart?
Late December is a magical time of year. Magical enough for the forces of the Fomoire to truly begin their conquest.Many people travel and consider new things during a gap year before college. Megan of the Unseelie, all of 18 now, is spending hers hurrying between realms and trying to figure how to stop the Fomoire from running rampant over all worlds when the Winter Solstice arrives.Now Megan must rally her friends and allies one more time in a last, desperate mission. Especially because some on both sides say all those worlds are doomed.
The tale of Aiden Evans is one as old as time itself. Love, jealousy, and a terrible curse. After over ten years of living in the Louisiana bayou as a monstrous beast, it is time for Aiden to organize his life and put it back together.