The Lamon Nursing Home is owned by Adele Lamon, a woman in her late thirties. After being jilted by her lover, Adele devotes her life to the elderly. No more than twelve residents are allowed at any given time but Adele makes an exception when handsome Paul Landis charms her into accepting his father. Harry Landis is in good health but incapacitated with two broken legs. Adele has no inkling Harry has faked the injury, never dreams Harry and Paul are not father and son but a con artist and his accomplice. The residents of the home include Simcha Godensky, an Israeli who escaped Poland and later joined Israel’s intelligence force. Clare Kohler, consort to Nazis, grew up in wartime Berlin. Rose Reilly has spent her entire adult life running from the worst sins she can imagine. Charlie Capoli only remembers the good old days when he was part of the Chicago mob. Mila Orsova is a retired psychic. Harry’s sole reason for getting into the nursing home is to meet Roger San Hamel, their mark. Roger’s passion was collecting precious gems. A surprise awaits Harry and Paul after they steal Roger’s jewels.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001-03-01 - Publisher: iUniverse
The Lamon Nursing Home is owned by Adele Lamon, a woman in her late thirties. After being jilted by her lover, Adele devotes her life to the elderly. No more than twelve residents are allowed at any given time but Adele makes an exception when handsome Paul Landis charms her
Authors: Lindsay Evans, Velvet Carter, Theodora Taylor
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-05-01 - Publisher: Kimani Press
Enter the gateway to desire and celebrate the thrill and excitement of finding passion in the most exotic and unexpected places… Islands of Desire by Lindsay Evans Erica Cross's tightly scheduled Greek Island getaway is thrown into disarray by a longer-than-expected cruise off Santorini. But hard-bodied and mysterious crewman Nikolas
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-01-18 - Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
The autobiography of famous actor and vaudevillian Otis Skinner who trod the boards in the early 1900’s, this book is filled with anecdotes of a bygone age. He travelled the globe and played many roles but is best remembered for his most famous role as the beggar Hajj in the