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Monthly Archives: April 2012

So, We Sold our Home and Ran Away to the South Pacific


Taking a giant leap of faith, Gordon Cope, a successful journalist, and his wife Linda, a computer technician, quit their jobs, sell their home and escape to the South Pacific. With stories from the remote Cook Islands, bustling Sydney, Australia, new-agey New Zealand and Perry Mason’s orchid garden in Fiji, So We Sold Our House and Ran Away to the South Pacific follows Gordon and Linda’s search for happiness – and the best sauvignon blanc in the southern hemisphere.

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A Paris Moment


Sometimes your wildest dreams come true. When his wife Linda is offered a one-year posting in France, journalist Gord Cope found himself on a fantasy assignment; a year in Paris with nothing to do but write. They settle into an apartment on rue Barbette on the Right Bank of the Seine in Le Marais, a neighbourhood rich in culture, conspiracy and craziness—in short, their kind of place.

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A Thames Moment


When journalist Gordon Cope and his wife Linda go to live in Henley-on-Thames, home of the world famous royal rowing regatta, they do so with trepidation; will they be accepted by the local community, or will they be ostracized by the Champagne-swilling toffs, inbred twits and hooray-harries that their friends warned them about?

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Secret Combinations


When FBI agent Jack Kenyon investigates his Aunt Lydia’s death in London, he uncovers not only a clever murder, but a plot to cripple modern civilization itself.

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