A Dangerous Woman Flight Issue by Alexandra Kitty

A Dangerous Woman Flight Issue

byAlexandra Kitty

Kobo ebook | February 24, 2014

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The Stories

The World’s Most Dangerous Woman: Nobody’s Baby: Old sins and new scores threaten to scuttle one client’s rocky ship as Miss Lyme works feverishly to chart a new course to his freedom.

The Sparrow: Dream Detective: The Case of the Soul Squatters: The Sparrow lends a hand to an author who cannot tell whether she is naughty or nice. Includes the bedtime stories The beautiful duck that became rich by making her quilts out of silk and The man who broke his own heart to make himself smarter, but lost his mind in the process.

The Sparrow: Dream Detective: The Case of the Puzzle Thief: The Sparrow’s client has political aspirations; so why do the monsters under her bed keep her up at night? Includes the bedtime stories The judge who married a woman who left him to become a card shark and The horse that became a unicorn after it jumped over a rainbow.

The Author and the Case of the Tell or Sell: The Author solves her greatest mystery – will she stick to storytelling or will she switch to story-selling?

Jane Doe and the Banquet of the Baker’s Dozen: Jane’s latest case has a victim who went to pieces when she lost her head during a horrifying dinner party at a prestigious university. As she goes undercover as a professor, Jane sees similarities to the last party and another over a half century earlier.

Joseph Weavers the Butler Spy: The Case of Wee Percy’s Impossible Demise: Mr. Weavers is the Mutus’ eyes and ears, and what he sees is a most heinous plot of lust and envy gone awry during the 1960’s when a wealthy couple’s strange writing game takes a dark turn.

The Tuesday Night Beading Club: The Weave of the Compass: The beading ladies get happily tangled in a Kumihimo loom as they learn how to make a beaded belt while Queena and Birdie try to use science to make their art come to life.

Carnivalia: Brad Stoney is the improvisational singing magician who gets hot under the collar with a bevy of brilliant beauties who help him improve his act.

The Emergency Meeting of the Birch Tree Science League: What are little girls made of? Queena and Birdie Light use science to find out!

Meet the Numbers: Can’t do the math? Why not get to know the players of the equations, starting with the great much ado about nothing called Zero!

The Goditor: Part Two: What is the Source?: Cinnamon begins her current assignment with a powerful Hindu deity who turns out to be a very handy witness.

American Playlist: Part Two: Rock star Sally Ann cooks up a galloping recipe as she channels Catherine the Great in her latest music video.


Musings from the Tower of Babel: Why do hairdressers and mechanics know more about the structure of successful publishing than authors themselves? Because sooner or later, both licenced professionals strike out on their own.

The View from the Sparrow’s Nest: The state of publishing in Canada and why book reviews are a hindrance to authors more than help.

Miss Alexandra Kitty’s Sensible Guide for Impossible People: Looks at why people misuse morality to argue against happiness.

Don’t Believe It!: How manipulators shape the news: Chapter One: A detailed look at the kinds of facts found in most everyday news reports.

About the Author

Alexandra Kitty is a dangerous woman who is the author of Don’t Believe It!: How lies become news, OutFoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s war on journalism, and Consumer-isms in 12 Easy Steps. She has also written for Elle Canada, Presstime, Current, Quill, Critical Review, Skeptic, and Editor & Publisher. She has taught writing at the Sheridan Institute and Mohawk College as well as Metalwork Arts at Niagara College, and won the 2004 Arch Award from McMaster University. She lives in Hamilton, Ontario.

Title:A Dangerous Woman Flight IssueFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 24, 2014Publisher:A Dangerous Woman PressLanguage:English

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