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Rogues Gallery

RRP $32.99

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Some crimes are bigger than others, and the same is true of crime stories. Rogues Gallery brings together for the first time a series of shorter Sebastian McCabe - Jeff Cody mysteries - three novellas and two short stories. The many fans of the McCabe - Cody novels will be delighted to find that these tales are characterized by the same dry humor, solid plotting, and adroit characterization that distinguished the novel-length adventures. This case book includes: Art in the Blood - An art show in downtown Erin, featuring the works of Kate McCabe and other female artists, goes horribly awry when murder stalks the gallery. The Revengers - Halloween finds Jeff Cody and Lynda Teal dressed as John Steed and Emma Peel. But before they get to the party, they find themselves in an Avengers-like mystery. Santa Crime - Sebastian McCabe, dressed as Santa Claus for a Christmas event at a local charity, finds himself acting more like Sherlock Holmes to solve a holiday theft. A Cold Case - House-hunting turns into a nightmare for the newly married Jeff and Lynda when a body turns up in the freezer chest of a house they'd like to call home. Dogs Don't Make Mistakes - Nobody would blame Jeff and Mac's friend Ashley Crutcher for shooting her estranged husband when he entered their home in the middle of the night. But she insists she didn't do it.


The Pearl And Jay Gallery

RRP $12.99

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First of all thank you for visiting !All the drawings you are going to see are in black and white because, to put it in a nutshell, I had difficulties with the printing quality of my pastels on coloured sheets. My fault! Anyway, I named my present book: The Pearl and Jay Gallery because it is sexier than black and white, isn't it ?May I introduce myself ? I am French so I apologise in anticipation for my mistakes.I am Marie Gallicher, I am an amateur artist who decided to draw more seriously in 2005 when I found out there was no French Wikipedia page about Eric Porter, the British classical actor. So I created it after having been seeking for months articles and obituaries in English on Internet and translating them into French. Then, I took a breath and stepped forward to draw when it came to the illustration of the article: why not? (It was crucial because years after I was approached by Helen Monk thanks to my portraits of Eric and we worked together on Eric Porter's biography, my dearest dream.)Once the Wikipedia article was completed I decided to show my drawings on an amateurs artists' website and to my sad surprise, reactions were violents : « What ? Why always this Eric Porter ? » So, after having (morally) slammed the door, I calmed down: I decided, on one hand, to enter the Saatchi Gallery Showdown Contest and on the other hand, to draw other subjects. You know, I am a bit quick-tempered sometimes. I began by pencil (I didn't even mention it under the drawings whereas graphite is indeed quite a noble word) because I believed that black and white was easier to deal with, then I tried charcoal (and dusted my hands !) and after that, I tried pastels. In the beginning, these pastels of mine looked very much like children's drawings with no depth, no contrast. I learned to play with charcoal and white pastel, with coloured pastels and sanguine and tried...hard. Hope I improved my skills a little (You can sleep tight Leonardo!)Though I was not too bad in art at school, I had nothing more than the ordinary training you get there. I am a self-taught artist who loves visiting museums, can dive during hours into a drawing, fighting to catch the look alike (sometimes I lose).When a child, I had fun by drawing with a pen on my mother's writing paper she used to send letters, she didn't appreciate my artistic appeal that much when it occured to me to draw on our flat's paperwall and on some expensive books (no Internet to express oneself at the time). Yes I was born in this incredible world of 1962 when there was no Internet, 2 channels on the TV (a black and white one besides) and no mobile, no micro-wave devices, no Facebook and no Twitter. So you will be understanding about my ability to communicate : I am a real T-Rex. And YES, I wonder too how possible it was to ever survived in such a world !


Wee Gallery Board Books : Jungle

RRP $12.99

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Get ready for some fun and interactive learning with this slide and play board book!

Little fingers can easily learn how to move the sliders to reveal four favourite jungle animals and their names in this interactive board book. Move the sliders to reveal words and animals with each spread having a Touch & Feel effect.

About the Author

Surya Sajnani grew up in India, and graduated with a degree in Chemistry, Botany and Zoology before finding her passion in design. Surya has a wealth of experience in the industry and has trained with some of India's leading designers. Surya moved to the US in 2000, and founded Wee Gallery with her husband, Dave Pinto, after their first child was born in 2002. Surya's style is inspired by Indian Folk art and is characterized by bold strokes and graphic compositions. Wee Gallery products have won numerous awards, and are carried by museum shops and stores worldwide.



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