Books by M Pepper Langlinais:
“Garrick makes a refreshingly different hero from those normally seen in romances of this era. A highly recommended Regency read!” — InD’Tale Magazine (April 2017)
“Brynnde is a sweet Regency romance sure to be enjoyed by fans of the genre.” — Books & Benches (April 2017)
“If you’re already a lover of Regency romance, you’ll definitely want to read this book. If you’re new to Regency, Brynnde is a great place to start.” — Nancy Fraser (May 2017)
***Winner: InD’Tale Magazine Creme de la Cover Contest, week of April 17, 2017
Brynnde Archambault needs to find someone to marry, else she’ll be stuck with dull Mr. Dallweather. The answer to her problem arrives in the form of handsome and witty Viscount Burbridge, but just when everything seems to be going smoothly, scandal strikes and the engagement ends.
Meanwhile, Brynnde has no trouble matchmaking her friends and even her own brother. But while she breezily finds suitors for everyone else, for her time is running out. Must she resign herself to becoming Mrs. Dallweather? Or will Brynnde yet succeed in making a match for herself?
Brynnde is a light, bubbly, and sweet Regency romance in the vintage style of Zebra and Signet.
Featuring the stories:
“Sherlock Holmes and the Monumental Horror”
“Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of Ichabod Reed”
“Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Last Line”
Previously sold separately, now collected under this one cover.
(Also available on iTunes)
Changers: Manifesting Destiny (Evernight Teen)
Sixteen-year-old Cee has a hopeless crush on her best friend Marcus. Unfortunately for her, he’s gay. In the wake of Marcus’s older brother leaving home to join the Aerie, Marcus has become increasingly distant. Then, when Cee discovers she has a troublesome dragon named Livian living inside her things grow even more complicated.
Marcus urges Cee to go to the Magi to have Livian removed, but the more used to Livian Cee becomes, the less certain she is about letting him go. Should she change her natural self for the crush who will never love her anyway?
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The Fall and Rise of Peter Stoller (Tirgearr Publishing)
In 1960’s London, British Intelligence agent Peter Stoller is next in line to run the Agency—until he falls in love with cab driver, Charles, and his life goes off the road. When Charles is accused of treason, Peter is guilty by association. Peter manages to extract them both, but the seeds of doubt have been planted, putting Peter’s mind and heart at war. Is ignorance truly bliss or merely deadly?
Andra Martineau is a K-Pro—a living good-luck charm with the ability to make people’s dreams come true. But when led to help up-and-coming actor David Styles, Andra’s presence seems to be more curse than blessing. With the help of David’s incorrigible co-star, Andra begins to realize the true nature of her power . . . and David’s hidden identity as well. Will she be able to save David from himself?
The World Ends at Five and Other Stories (Second Edition)
A reissue of the 2008 anthology that includes a new introduction by the author and a heretofore unpublished flash fiction piece.
Letters to Rob
The site—once featured on the Atlantic Records message boards—is no longer around, but the letters to Rob Thomas and his Matchbox Twenty bandmates are available here for free in PDF. They’ve been formatted and include notes and an index. Enjoy.
Star Signs Operating Manual
This Star Signs Operating Manual is designed to give you insight and techniques for working with various astrological personalities. If you know a person’s birthdate, look up the corresponding sign to learn more about the kinds of quirks and behaviors you might encounter while dealing with him. If you can understand where a person is coming from, and how they are likely to respond to certain situations, you can build a better relationship with him. There is no such thing as being incompatible; every relationship takes work, and this manual is made to help you relate more efficiently, as well as help you identify the right and wrong people for certain jobs.
Out of Print
(But available via The New Sherlock Holmes Adventures above)
Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Last Line
When Holmes rousts Watson and Mrs Hudson from their beds early one morning, they follow him without question, only to land at the estate of Holmesweald, Holmes’s childhood home. Holmes has brought them there to see him through the process of ending his cocaine habit. Meanwhile, Watson discovers a diary that he is sure can help him solve the greatest mystery yet—that of Sherlock Holmes himself.
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of Ichabod Reed
“The man is the mystery.” So says young Malcolm Durstwell when he comes to Baker Street in hopes of discovering the truth about the man who has inherited his uncle’s estate—a man no one has ever heard of or seen. Sherlock Holmes is inclined to dismiss the case . . . until Malcolm Durstwell himself is found dead shortly after his visit. Is it a coincidence? Or has the nameless, faceless Ichabod Reed gone so far as to commit murder? And if so, how can Holmes identify him and bring him to justice?
Sherlock Holmes and the Monumental Horror
When Elise Clayworth disappears from a hotel room in Paris, Holmes and Watson work against a seeming dearth of clues: no ransom has been demanded, no one has seen or heard anything, and there appears to be no way out of the hotel without being seen. Only a small bit of masonry in Miss Clayworth’s room can shed light on what happened to her. Can Holmes deduce the lady’s whereabouts before it is too late?