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About Jaap Boekestein
Jaap Boekestein (1968) is an award winning Dutch writer of science fiction, fantasy, horror, thrillers and whatever takes his fancy. Five novels, a few novella's and over three hundred of his stories have been published. His has made his living as a bouncer, working for a detective agency and as editor.
Since 2015 he mostly writes for the English market. His story "Kitty Cross Saves the World" ended up with a honorable mention of the Roswell Award 2017. In 2019 his crime story "Long Overdue" won the second place of the Bill Crider Prize for Short Fiction.
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Far from Over by Reina Torres - They missed their chance at the academy, but after she rescues him from a pile of rubble, a fireman decides it's time to make her burn for him
Sheltering Charlotte by Elle James- Passions ignite between a cop and a city girl trapped in a cellar while a storm ravages Hellfire, Texas
The Siren's Song by Ava Cuvay - A spaceport firefighter walks into a bar...and straight into arms of the sassy owner, igniting flames faster than plasma fuel
Claiming Lyla by Megan Ryder - A she-wolf being hunted by pack males during a claiming rite is rescued by a rogue alpha determined to make her his own, despite her desire to be independent
Over the Edge by N.J. Walters - After a bear leaves a corporate lawyer stranded on a cliff ledge, rescue comes from her estranged husband
Fire in the Storm by Payton Harlie - An unexpected hurricane can't put out the fire between a female ex-Marine and a handsome firefighter when they're stranded on an isolated island
Save Me Twice by Jaap Boekestein - Playing with handcuffs leads to unexpected and sexy consequences for a timid office worker when she loses the key
Saving Time by Kimberly Dean - When a scientist working on cracking the mystery of time travel falls through a wormhole, a Time Enforcer rushes to save her
Falling Off the Single Track by Tray Ellis - Falling head-over-handlebars wasn't great for a single-girl weekend warrior, but falling head-over-heels with her mountain biker rescuer put romance on the right track
Blackout by January George - When a summer heatwave blackout strands a fireman in an elevator with the girl who got away, the temperature isn't the only thing rising
Drive by M. Jayne - A Lycan on the run from assassins from her own pack must rely on a stranger to survive
Handcuffs and G-Strings by Margay Leah Justice - At a benefit for fallen heroes, sparks fly between a socially awkward woman and the cop she mistakes for a stripper
The $5 Kiss of Life by Michal Scott - Trapped by the small-town conventions imposed on her, a pastor's spinster daughter finds rescue in the town bad boy's very public kiss
Crossing the Line by A.C. Dawn - After an intense call, a fire captain finally crosses the line with a sexy medic he's burned for since the moment he first saw her
In the Wild by Delilah Devlin - After a charging bison comes between her and her latest skip, a bounty hunter must rely on the survival skills of her park ranger rescuer
Lovecraft never intended for his mythos to be overtly sexual, but the Great Old Ones are horny for human flesh and all those hybrids don’t just create themselves. Within Lustcraftian Horrors lies thirteen glimpses into the sexual adventures, dominance, and violations the Elder Gods and their kin visit upon the unsuspecting human world. Consider your triggers warned and prepare to enter the void.
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Lose yourself in these thirty risqué adventures, loaded with fabulous characters in provocative situations. Get ravished by flirty-frills and sassy petticoats in our hot bodice-ripper romance. Keep it strictly confidential as you fall in love with a dangerous undercover spy. Feel your heart quiver as you lust after two brothers on the lone frontier. The choice is yours in this library of sexy-sharp stories!
Aphoristic and lively, these tales are perfect for a mid-day quickie or an evening kiss before bed. Do you have twenty minutes for a brazenly sexy jewelry heist? Or maybe take that once in a lifetime cruise vacation and discover that mermaids really do exist! You can savor the heat rising in your cheeks as you confess your deepest desires to the town priest, then finish-off your evening with a run in Central Park and stumble upon a house made of…gingerbread?
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"The Last Mage" by Dragon Cobolt - In the aftermath of an apocalpytic magical war, a wandering scavenger finds hope - and more - with the last surviving wizard.
"All-Mother" by Mak Long - Ancient beyond memory, the shrine of a forgotten goddess weaves together the fates of three women, who might be the salvation of their people.
"A Man Needs A Whore, So..." by Max Keith - Drinn and Cashel are on a vital mission for the Princess Raxillene, the exiled queen-in-waiting, and hundreds of lives hang in the balance. But first they need to make a quick visit to a brothel...
"The Ballard Of Little Bird" by Cyrano Johnson - Among the Faithful, those born Fae are called “Iteni”: the outcasts. For orphaned beauty Cailin this means a life of prostitution under the thumb of a sinister slumlord; a life that, with the aid of her companion bird-spirit Bana, she will risk everything to escape.
"Two Daggers" by Jaap Boekestein - A soldier and a witch cross a dozen worlds to free a backwards planet from a fearsome monster. But which of their weapons will prevail?
"Ice And Fire" by Ben Truman - A haughty female knight and a mischievous demoness set aside their differences to escape from a monster-filled dungeon.
"The Paledrake's Promise" by Nathan Ravenwood - Tael has strong feelings for his reptilian companion Janess and doesn't believe the rumors that she sleeps around. But when his marriage proposal goes awry, he'll have to come to terms with just how unfettered her sex life really is.
"The Manse Of Magister Revaine" by Jamie MacFrey - Having quelled an insurrection, the fearsome Magister Revaine is throwing a party to celebrate. Disguised as a courtesan for the party-goers entertainment, Vivean will have no problem getting close enough to kill the vicious dictator and take revenge for her home. The only problem: no one has ever seen the Magister’s face.
"Awakening" by Alana Melos - A young wizard faces her final test to awaken her powers and unlock her spiritual and sexual potential.
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Mystery Weekly is a monthly mystery magazine that presents crime and mystery short stories by some of the world's best established and emerging mystery writers. The original stories selected for each issue include noir, cozy, hardboiled, locked room, comic, and historical mysteries--plus occasional genre-busting stories that lean toward speculative or literary fiction. However you classify them, all of our stories feature strong writing and unsurpassed entertainment value.
In this issue...
Our October issue has a Sherlock Holmes theme, but you’ll find some non-Sherlock mysteries and a few non-fiction pieces too, including a great introduction by Sherlock expert Vincent W. Wright.
The story featured on our cover is "The Adventure Of The Missing Princess," by Michael Mallory. It begins when a colleague of Watson’s visits him at his surgery with a story about a missing princess and the Elephant Man. Holmes makes his appearance in typical dramatic fashion, and quickly connects the dots, leaving the reader wondering how they'd missed the obvious clues. This story is followed by "The Case of the Masticated Hand," by Jaap Boekestein and Roelof Goudriaan, a supernatural mystery involving the hand of a mummy that's delivered to Holmes in a parcel. Then, in "The Mystery of the Bee’s Egg," by Eric Cline, Sherlock investigates how a man’s death is connected to the construction of a foredoomed mile-long bridge. Not only is this story filled with fascinating details, but it’s masterfully written and has an entertaining plot. This issue also contains a nice mix of non-Sherlockian mysteries. Martin Hill Ortiz returns with "The Pit Of Hell", another story featuring a retired illusionist who is called upon to solve baffling crimes. This is a locked-room mystery, but the question is how an escape artist vanished from a full body cast in his hospital bed. "Your Turn" is a gritty crime story about a couple who work their cons out of a cheap motel, and author Dan DeVoto sweeps us into the dustbin right along with them through vivid writing and characterization. And Karl Lykken gives us a story of actuaries who keep a dead pool, called "Unacceptable Risk." Finally, there is "Acid Test", from Allen Lang, a heart-pounding story about an amateur scientist who tries to create ghosts in his basement laboratory.
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A desert roadhouse becomes the place of ultimate survival as a young couple retaliates against its spiraling web of lost memories. A cursed board game waits patiently in a midnight attic for the only girl to ever escape its deadly ending. A no-nonsense veterinarian uses the tools of her trade to seek bloody vengeance on those who wronged her.
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Featuring works by: Gwendolyn Kiste, Rob E. Boley, Sarah Read, Scotty Milder, Sophie Leah, Paul Magnan, S.K. Campbell, Matt Neil Hill, Adrian Ludens, Mark Wheaton, Buck Weiss, S.R. Miller, Nik Patrick, Shannon Brady, Jaap Boekestein. Compiled and edited by Aric Sundquist. Cover artwork by Mikio Murakami.
"Thrice Bitten" by Dragon Cobolt - If you go down to the woods tonight, you are going to find some very naughty vampires indeed.
"Windheart" by Regina Gatsby - An adventurous thief rekindles a romance with an old flame during an attempt to gain a legendary artifact, the Windheart.
"The Wolf Queen" by Nathan Ravenwood - Sometimes all you need is an accidental orgy in the Great Hall to get your mojo back.
"Breaking The Drought" by Belinda LaPage - A water sprite is lost in the Enchanted Forest. Mouthwatering.
"The Masks Of The Inquisitor" by Jaap Boekestein - The infamous libertine Lord Bishop Inquisitor-of-the-Holy-Crown Robert-Pierre wears many masks but has he finally met his match in the mysterious Tiger Princess?
"The Dragon's Mate" by Alana Church - A full length novella of epic proportions from the Church of Erotica.
"The Virgin And The Unicorn" by Ben Truman - A romantic genderswap version of the classic folk tale.
"Caution: Fragile" by Andra Dill - Life can be tough when you are as superhumanly strong as you are sexy. Luckily, there are both monster boys and girls out there ...
"Promises Unkept" by Illy Hymen - On the eve of battle, a warrior reflects on old friends, promises unkept and the possibility of love.
Our second journey into the darkest recesses of Satan's pit has superlative tales of nefarious delight by: Andrew MacKay, Ryan Woods, PC3, Richard Raven, Dante Crossroad, Josh Schlossberg, Brianna M. Fenty, Paul Lubaczewski, Marcus Mattern, R.L. Chambers, Gerri R Gray, John T. M. Herres, James Nichols, Feind Gottes, P. Mattern & Lynne Ligocki Gauthier, R.L.Chambers, Richard Alan Long, Jaap Boekestein, James H, Longmore, Savannah Morgan, DJ Shaw, Bill Evans, Sergio "ente per ente" Palumbo, Jay Michael Wright II, and the incomparable Stephanie Kelley,
*An itinerant monk and his animal companion follow an evil wind to a desolate village.
*An onmyōji astrologer investigates the murder of a man who held secrets of the Imperial family.
*The gods' gift of good luck is accompanied by an invisible cat.
*The daughter of a fallen samurai is drawn back into her violent past to defend a village from attacking rōnin.
*A little girl is caught between a mischievous fox and a talking fish.
18 stories of magical Japan, by: Mike Adamson, Stewart C Baker, Laura VanArendonk Baugh, Jaap Boekestein, Evan Dicken, Alice Dryden, Steven Grassie, Alison Akkiko McBain, Harry Elliot, Marta Murvosh, Kirstie Olley, Richard Parks, Frances Pauli, TS Rhodes, Douglas Smith, Lyn Thorne-Adler, Josh Wagner, Will Weisser.