Death Sets Sail

*The number one bestseller!* The ninth and final novel in the bestselling, award-winning Murder Most Unladylike series.

Author: Robin Stevens

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0241419816

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 352

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The final novel in the number-one bestselling, award-winning Murder Most Unladylike series. Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are in Egypt, where they are taking a cruise along the Nile. They are hoping to see some ancient temples and a mummy or two; what they get, instead, is murder. Also travelling on the SS Hatshepsut is a mysterious society called the Breath of Life: a group of genteel English ladies and gentlemen, who believe themselves to be reincarnations of the ancient pharaohs. Three days into the cruise their leader, Theodora Miller, is found dead in her cabin, stabbed during the night. It soon becomes clear to Daisy and Hazel that Theodora's timid daughter Hephzibah, who is prone to sleepwalking, is being framed. And within the society, everyone has a reason to want Theodora dead... Daisy and Hazel leap into action and begin to investigate their most difficult case yet. But there is danger all around, and only one of the Detective Society will make it home alive...


Death Set Sail

Author: Dale E. Manolakas

Publisher: Kallias Publishing

ISBN: 1628050063

Category: Fiction

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Raucous and deadly writers' awards cruise … as bodies mount, fear grips the eccentric group … murder, adventure, and shipboard shenanigans ⚓ CRUISE SHIP COZY MYSTERY ⚓ Aspiring novelist Veronica Kennicott crosses the stormy Atlantic on a raucous and deadly awards cruise, as Hollywood film writers and world-class authors race against time and death. In isolated international waters, fear grips the eccentric, competitive, and jealous group—from best-selling heavyweights to amateur hangers-on. As bodies amass on the British five-star Queen Anne, an unlikely band of frantic mystery writers unite as amateur sleuths to stop the killings. Ignoring the dangers, Veronica Kennicott leads their desperate battle against the drunken ship doctor's corporate cover-up of the crimes. ~~PUT IT IN YOUR LIBRARY NOW~~ ✩ AMAZON REVIEWS 4.3/ 5 Stars: "substantial and well written … quirky heroine and the insider's view of the writer's lives are unique and entertaining." “fusion novel of murder, adventure, and shipboard shenanigans…" "…enjoyable, a good read." ✩ GOODREADS REVIEW: "…interesting read from beginning to end, mainly due to its characters, which is the way it should be." •Visit the author's official website for the latest news, OTHER BOOKS, and sign up for new release notices • Visit You Tube Channel for Author's to view book trailers


Life Beyond Death

be looked upon after a while, among some of the primeval peoples, as the abode
of the dead. You remember reading in "Hiawatha" how the hero sets sail out over
a lake in the track of the setting sun, and goes down towards those islands of ...

Author: Minot Judson Savage

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Category: Future life

Page: 336

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Morte Arthure Or The Death of Arthur

Or teinttez , sailors hoist the sails and steer the vessels . Then they haul in the
boats , shut the ports , heave the lead , look well to the guiding star , and skil fully
shape their course with the needle and the lay on account of sail at once . large ...

Author: Edmund Brock

Publisher:

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Category: Arthurian romances

Page: 208

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Chronological Tables Rev and Enl

Death of Harold at Oxford , March 17 . Hardacanute sets sail from Het Zwyn (
Sluys ) , enters the Thames , and is acknowledged as king by all parties . Duncan
, king of Scotland , defeated and slain by Macbeth . Battle of Clontarf , near
Dublin ...

Author: John Blair

Publisher:

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Category: Chronology, Historical

Page: 788

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Sunny Spain its people and places by Olive Patch

Death of Nelson - Peninsular War — Sir John Moore — Saragossa - Wellington .
... Sets Sail for South America - First Voyage not a Success - Encounters with the
Natives - Encouragement to Proceed - Starts in another ExpeditionMeets with ...

Author: Sarah Sharp Hamer

Publisher:

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Category: Spain

Page: 316

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The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

... and begins farming in Bedfordshire_On the death of his wife , he determines to
re - visit his island , and sets sail in an Indiaman , which is to touch at the Brazils
— The vessel is driven by contrary winds on the coast of Galway , which leads to
 ...

Author: Daniel Defoe

Publisher:

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Category: Castaways

Page: 384

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The Spanish Conquest in America

195 ; escapes death from Indians , 201 ; preaches to them in their own language ,
216 ( note ) Garden of the Queen ... 202 ; his demands , 202 ; appointed
President , 204 ; personal appearance , 204 ; mental powers , 205 ; sets sail , 205
 ...

Author: Arthur Helps

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The Spanish Conquest in America

... sets sail , 107 ; arrives at ony , 152 ; proceedings during his abCanary Islands ,
107 ; sets sail again , sence , 152 - 160 ... illness and death , 213 ; epi . founds a
new one called Isabella , 135 ; taph ordered by King Ferdinand , 213 ; hears of ...

Author: Sir Arthur Helps

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Category: Indians, Treatment of

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Life After 50

Lehman Strauss points out in When Loved Ones Are Taken in Death that the
word departure is used metaphorically as when a ship pulls up anchor and sets
sail, or as when an army breaks camp to move on. In the ancient Greek world this
 ...

Author: Katie Funk Wiebe

Publisher: Faith & Life Press

ISBN: 9780873032032

Category: Religion

Page: 169

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Katie Funk Wiebe and eight other noted authors and educators lead a challenging and upbeat discussion of faith issues related to aging in the church and society. They challenge readers not to just "grow old gracefully," but to achieve meaning, maintain hope, and continue to serve as long as possible.

The People s Standard History of the United States

1492 Final surrender of the Moors to Spain , 41 — Columbus before the court at
Santa Fé , 41 - - Columbus sets sail from Palos ... 1506 Cruelty of Ferdinand , 58
Death of Columbus , 58 - - Remains of Columbus ' interred in convent , 58 .

Author: Edward Sylvester Ellis

Publisher:

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Category: United States

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Half hours of translation or Extracts from the best British and American authors to be rendered into French and also passages translated from French contemporary writers to be reproduced into the original text by A Mariette

It might make one in love with death to thinks that one should be buried in so
sweet a place . ” Reader , carry the accents ... He sets sail 6 for the Gulf of Lerici ,
where he has his temporary home ; he never reaches it . ? A body is washed
ashore ...

Author: Alphonse Mariette

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The History of Our Country

1492 Final surrender of the Moors to Spain , 41 - Columbus before the court at
Santa Fé , 41 - - Columbus sets sail from Palos , 46 ... 1506 Cruelty of Ferdinand ,
58 — Death of Columbus , 58 - - Remains of Columbus interred in convent , 58 .

Author: Edward Sylvester Ellis

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Category: United States

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