Andre Boyce

Andre Boyce is a rarity in the world of literature. He is the consummate cross genre writer who brings his
considerable skill set to a wide variety of writing styles.

If Mark Twain, Walter Mosely and Donald Westlake were to be combined, Andre Boyce would be the delightful result.
He captivates mystery readers with stories that are at once stimulating, compelling and humorous.
His expansive skill set is exceeded only by his love of the craft of writing.

Billiterates Blog Lesson 18 2/18/2018 – 2/24/2018

The History of Christian Faith An ancient village was due a visit from the first ever tax assessor. Everyone, except for the elder, prayed to the sky Gods for a terrible storm. Their wish was granted but the tax assessor still showed up. The elder prayed to the new God, Jesus Christ, and asked for […]

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Billiterates Blog Lesson 17 2/11/2018 – 2/17/2018

Howdy Billiterates, Dr. June Bug Diddums here. One of my students asked me to define some important marital words. Read on to learn what they are! Marital Definitions   Marriage:   lies, abstinence, and regrets Happiness:  divorce Religion:     the reason for marriage and happiness (refer to previous definitions) Money:        the reason for marriage and happiness (refer […]

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Billiterates Blog Lesson 16 2/4/2018 – 2/10/2018

Mathematics Arithmetic is a beautiful thing! Why before man new 360 degrees was the circumference of an object, he’d already invented dice, poker, and numbers!

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The Butler Did It

    These words best describe a book I just read. Of course you’re interested in a brief summary of this book.
    Let me start by saying it completely goes against the grain of anything you’ve previously read. All the rules of classic literature are missing!
    Plot holes galore! No character development! And horible gramar! If this is the kind of punishment you expect, then buy it! Take it from the shelf, or point and click, and complete your purchase! And don’t forget to tell all your friends!
    Oh yeah, you wanted to know about the plot. It’s so simple I’ll sum it up in under fifteen words.
    A brilliant, up and coming detective.
    A worried client.
    A beautiful dame.
    And murder!

The Mystery Next Door

    Ever been the new kid in school? How about being the new kid in school, and also new to the country?
    Meet Lindsey Lame, who’s from Trinidad and Tobago. She’s just moved to Georgia and she starts high school on Monday. Because of complications with immigration, she didn’t have the entire summer to adjust. She had three days.
    Trouble starts mere hours before the first bell, when Lindsey’s awakened by a powerful storm. There’s a neighborhood blackout but Lindsey notices movement in the next door window.
    Was there some sort of struggle or just someone brushing against the blinds? The question will have to wait as she has to get ready for her first day of American high school. The Mystery Next Door chronicles the ups and downs of Lindsey’s first week in her new country.
    The adjustment period for Lindsey and her brother Nassan begins immediately as both get into trouble on day one.
    The fallout from their actions, as well as the complications taking place next door, lead to an adventurous first week in America.
    Follow Lindsey and Nassan as they cope with each obstacle, and rely on their family and each other for help.

So You Want To Climb Mount Lovemore . . .

  Are you pondering matrimony?
  Have you already walked down the aisle?
  Do you think ‘single-o’ is the way to go?
  If you answered yes to any of these questions, Mount Lovemore is already part of your life, and you need to be aware of the rules.
  Forget what you thought you knew about marriage because it’s wrong! You need to read this book, so you’ll be able to correct all those pesky bad habits.
  Spousey will be proud!



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