Murder Has No Class (A Bellehaven House Mystery Book 3) Kindle Edition

Released for the First Time on Kindle, the third book in the fabulous Bellehaven Mystery Series by Kate Kingsbury, the bestselling author of the Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries! Wacky students, intriguing mystery and a despairing ghost – it’s all in a day’s work at Bellehaven House. It is the height of women’s suffrage in Edwardian England, and Meredith Llewellyn, headmistress of Bellehaven House Finishing School, has her hands full trying to turn rebellious, over-priviliged tomboys into graceful and accomplished young ladies. Her task is decidedly complicated by the ghosts of murdered victims who insist on her helping them bring their killers to justice. Watch the fun as Meredith does her best to keep her ghost-sleuthing a secret from her wayward charges, while trying to convince her fellow teachers that she’s not insane. Lovers of Agatha Christie’s books will find much to enjoy in this tale of intrigue and laughter in an Edwardian English village, and Emily Brightwell fans will love this book’s offbeat characters and their intriguing adventures at a finishing school for young ladies. MURDER HAS NO CLASS hen the ghost of Lord Stalham appeals to Meredith for help, her sense of justice prevails. Stalham has been hung for a…

Never Say No To A Rock Star: In the Studio with Dylan, Sinatra, Jagger and More… Kindle Edition
Arts & Photography / July 10, 2016

In 1974, at the age of seventeen, author Glenn Berger served as “schlepper” and apprentice to the legendary recording engineer, Phil Ramone, at New York City’s A&R Studios. He was witness to music history on an almost daily and nightly basis as pop and rock icons such as Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Frank Sinatra, Burt Bacharach, Bette Midler, and James Brown performed their hit-making magic, honed their sound, strutted their stuff, bared their souls, and threw epic tantrums. In this memoir, full of revelatory and previously unknown anecdotal observations of these musical giants, Glenn recounts how he quickly learned the ropes to move up from schlepperhood to assistant to the tyrannical Ramone, and eventually, to become a recording engineer superstar himself. Not only is this book a fascinating, hilarious and poignant behind-the-scenes look of this musical Mecca, but Berger, now a prominent psychologist, looking back through the prism of his youthful experience and his years working as a counselor and therapist, provides a telling and honest examination of the nature of fame and success and the corollaries between creativity, madness and self-destruction.