Authors: Helen Goltz
The Fourth Reich
The stilted footage of Holocaust survivors marching through the gates of Auschwitz projects behind Benjamin Hoefer at the book launch of his father, Eli’s biography. As it comes to the end, four red words are scratched across the last frame— Nazi, Jew hater, fake! FBI Special Agent Mitchell Parker and his team, find themselves in the middle of a neo-Nazi plot that spans two continents and threatens to bring one of the worst atrocities of history back to life.
The Jesse Clarke Series (crime romance):
Death by Sugar
Private Investigator, Jesse Clarke, always thought sugar was such a friendly substance, that is, until it appears in two of her cases. To find the answers she must talk to the living and the dead.
Death by Disguise
The dead are walking and it is not even Halloween! Private investigator Jesse Clarke knew it wasn’t going to be a normal week when Spiderman steals a collection of costumes made for the next Comic Con, Batman drops in to warn her that all is not as it seems and two dead people are spotted alive but their death certificates say otherwise. Jesse finds herself talking to witches, superheroes and morticians to solve her two cases and looking behind the disguises for answers!
Other fiction titles by Helen Goltz:
Autumn Manor (historical romance)
A man hanged himself in the old house, or was it an urban myth? Carrie Howell asks her granddaughter, Rachael, to stop a while in front of a rambling, abandoned mansion. Who are these people her grandmother is remembering and what is her connection?
Three Parts Truth (literary mystery)
Catherine Jameson—thirty, a widow in hiding—doesn’t know what happened that night. Two bodies found: her husband and his ex-lover. Was it a murder-suicide or an accidental death and suicide? Catherine picks through the ruins of her old life to find answers.
The Clairvoyant’s Glasses (new adult, paranormal suspense)
When Sophie Carell was eight-years-old, her eccentric, clairvoyant great aunt, Daphne, predicted Sophie would be one of the greatest clairvoyants of her time. Sophie wanted to be a movie star. When Sophie is called to the reading of Daphne’s Will, she is given a pair of glasses that will change her life. Along with the glasses, Sophie ‘inherits’ a protector—the handsome and powerful Lukas Lens; plus brooding Detective Murdoch Ashcroft. Danger lurks around the corner... and Sophie has some tough decisions to make.
Ophelia Adrift references:
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by William Shakespeare, published 1603. Quotes sourced from http://www.shakespeare-navigators.com/hamlet/H22.html
References to John Denholm (instead of Jack Denham):
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THE WRECK OF THE LA BELLA. (1905, November 24).
(Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), p. 5. Retrieved March 4, 2015, from
A Dictionary of Sea-Terms: http://navalmarinearchive.com/research/darcy_lever_glossary.htmlsourced from: Darcy Lever's "the Young Sea Officer's Sheet Anchor; or a Key to the Leading of Rigging, and to Practical Seamanship" with additions by George W. Blunt, New-York, E & G.W. Blunt, 1863.