"A page-turner...series fans will relish the action."
Q. What does Hollywood have in common with an elk's hoof?
Darla thought she knew everything about Big Man, until he lit her fuse.
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Hold tight to your kids; they know secrets you don't.
Cut, polish, kill. Stop in the Yukon. Cut polish, kill. Visit Wenatchee. Cut, polish, kill. Belgium. You know the drill.
"This is Moody's best tale, and quite possibly the star of the series..."
~ TIMES PICAYUNE
Featured in THE WEEK Magazine...
The international magazine COASTAL LIVING
names Moody one of their COASTAL CHARACTERS
The curious journeys of flotsam and jetsam
Everything you've always wanted to know about oceans, currents & gyres . . . What & why weird stuff clogs the planet's oceans and beaches, and what Cro-Magnans traded for sex . . . For discerning beachcombers worldwide . . .
Skye Moody founded & co-edited PEN South's Literary Anthology, SOUTHERN LIGHTS, Vols. I & II , featuring PEN authors from around the globe. Both volumes are available from your favorite Independent Bookstore, or online.
About JENNIFER VAN DYCK Jennifer Van Dyck’s narration work encompasses radio plays for the BBC, documentary work for PBS and hundreds of audiobooks in a wide range of genres. She has received three Audiofile Magazine Earphones Awards and three Audie nominations. Her extensive theatre credits include productions On and Off Broadway. Recent work includes plays by Howard Barker, A.R. Gurney, Charles Busch, Bathsheba Doran, Sarah Schulman and Austin Pendleton. Recent film and television work includes Royal Pains, Person of Interest, Elementary, Too Big to Fail, Michael Clayton, Across the Universe, various Law & Order episodes, Fringe, New Amsterdam. http://jennifervandyck.com/
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"Skye Moody writes with a rare combination of wit and style . . . Venus Diamond is gutsy, hip, and truly original."
~ Janet Evanovich
of a Himalayan sky; the fragrance of greed.
Art and Photo Illustration: MOODY
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