Accused of being spies in feudal-era Japan, the shipwrecked crew of an American whaling vessel face being decapitated…And yet, one of the crew members was once Japanese…Ennin investigates…This is the 41st Ennin Mystery.From the bestselling author of BIG SOUND TEMPLEAmazon reviews for ENNIN (various titles)’This Japanese detective is a fine addition to the burgeoning field of Asian historical detectives which began with Judge Dee (China) and runs through I.P. Parker’s Akitada…’ Mcb.’I can’t stop reading this series! If you love historical mysteries, you will love the period and cultural detail…’ Pauline’Delightful short story… Enjoy!…’ PeaTee (TOP 500 REVIEWER)'(The) Ennin series is intriguing… Recommend these stories to all…’ Chris’Stevens has created an interesting character and placed him in a colorful place and time in history. Stevens is cranking out stories with a certain rapidity now. That’s great news to those of us who enjoy his stories….’ AN’Atmospheric, intriguing and entertaining… feels as if it is both contemporary and traditional. A rare achievement…’ Kenny51’An excellent Japanese detective series… I enjoy each and every story…’ R. Russell’Stevens keeps on delivering… This is a great series. Anyone who enjoys Sherlock Holmes will enjoy the similarities in Stevens’ characters and Doyle’s. Fresh plots, exotic locale, who-done-its, and a unique set of protagonists. I’ve read all the Ennin series and look forward to each new adventure. Highly recommended…’ Abby Normal’Entertaining read with Holmesian overtones, but very different setting…’ Gerry H’Once you start this, I’m betting you won’t be able to set it down until you finish it…’ Judy’The author weaves intrigue, subterfuge and cunning into a very enjoyable story…’ J. Cepeda’Historical setting and cultural background are excellently researched…’ D. Werdin’Wonderful… Like a Japanese room arrangement with clean lines keeping clutter to a minimum…’ AcerAcer’Ben Stevens is masterful. I can’t wait to read his next set of stories…’ Kindle Customer’If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this….’ Mamakile’Something out of the ordinary… Well worth the read…’ Amazon Customer’The Sensei is a brilliant detective. Ben Stevens, as always rocks. He’s one heck of a storyteller…’ Lisa’Atmosphere, poetry and menace…’ ThisandThat’A feudal Japanese Sherlock Holmes… This ever-evolving excellent series… Vivid imagery and graphic detail which are a trademark of this writer…’ Deborah Chaytor’Try it… and like it… I don’t look for mysteries from the middle ages, even ones set in Japan, but for some reason I love this series… Well-written…’ Amazon Customer’The story develops wonderfully…’ Dave. N’Loved it!… Simply amazed… I thoroughly enjoyed this read…’ Edwina Callan’Cleverly written and filled with facts regarding old Japan…. Very similar to Holmes and Watson…’ Eileen Sedgwick’Good job. Very enjoyable…’ Sid’Great…’ Doug Grey’If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this…’ Mamakile’I loved this…’ MaidenStull’A prime example of deductive reasoning, set within feudal Japan…’ Jennifer’Ennin and his faithful servant are the Holmes and Watson of the East. The mysteries are well plotted. Sesshu is the Moriarty of the piece. If you are a Sherlock fan you should like Ennin…’ Amazon Customer, NJ United States’Five stars… Entertained throughout…’ Austerity’The mysteries are intriguing and unusual… Couldn’t put the stories down… Well worth the price…’ Jay Gold’Mystery from historic Japan… like Holmes and Watson, but in an Asian setting…’ Nysaa’Good book… the story takes you back in time…’ Santex’Very powerful…’ Bill
Have you crossed paths with the creature who likes to eat children? If your answer is no, then you are one lucky kid.
Because there is a creature lurking. It began in your nightmares. But now, it’s real. It has no name.
And it likes to eat children!
A simple picture story about a little boy in the Philippines and the paper boat he floats during a rain shower. With happy illustrations by Eugenia Gina.
Yee-haw, Minecrafters! Are you ready for the adventures of the greatest mob jockey to ever live?
Hands down (that’s easy for creepers) everyone in Westland knows we’re talking about Cube Cowboy. But before he soared into the sky on an Ender Dragon, he was just another zombie pigman kid in the nether. Bullies constantly teased him, and he couldn’t even mount a chicken.
But one day, an encounter with a wither changes everything for our hero. You’ll be amazed at what happens to Cube Cowboy and his tribe when they are tricked into moving to the overworld. But it’s not all bad stuff – there are also Halloween candy raids, epic cemetery battles, and a cute zombie pig girl named Annabelle to read about.
Diary of a Blocky Chicken Jockey is a must-read for anyone who loves Minecraft. This story contains NO cursing, kissing, or extreme violence. Order the book now, and don’t forget to smash that 5-star review button when you git ‘er done.
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New experiences can not only be fun but encourage kids to get out of their comfort zone. Written in beautiful rhyme, this is an excellent story that values the spirit of adventure, friendship, and kindness.