grey header background grey footer background Large detective icon Children Books small Lifeline Icon Holiday Novels Order Books! Mysteries with pulse-stimulating excitement and laughter. Arley Koran web header small HOME I MYSTERY NOVELS I CHILDREN BOOKS I HOLIDAY BOOKS I INSPIRATIONAL NOVELS I ORDER BIO I LINKS I PRAISE I GUEST BOOK I SITE MAP I CONTACT COPYRIGHT I PRIVACY Contents of this web site are copyrighted. ©2000-2012 Arley J. Koran unless otherwise noted. If you experience any problems with this site, please contact the web mistress. Private investigator Stan Stanton refers to “I’ll See You in Hell,” as one of the most bizarre cases in which he has ever been involved. It is a case where love, death, and an attempt at international extortion unite in holy sanctum before the devil takes his due. In Havana, Cuba, Stan falls in love with Gena de la Silvestre, who introduces him to the pleasures of the “Mulatta Girls” at a weekend together. He learns that his interpretation of true love can be destroyed with no than the burst of flying bullets, as noted in Chapter Four … It was during our ecstasy that we were interrupted by a noise outside on the patio. I turned and saw on the window curtains, the silhouette of a man with a machine gun. Just as the curtains were pulled apart, I saw the flash of the gun spitting bullets into the room. I rolled off Gena and with all my might pushed her to the opposite side of the bed, causing her to fall to the floor. Bullets punctured every inch of the bed and filled the room with smoke and flying feathers. While shading my eyes, I caught a glimpse of repeated flashes from a handgun on Gena’s side of the bed. It was then that I looked back at the patio, in time to see the perpetrating thug falling backward. As he collapsed to the patio concrete, he continued to spray bullets recklessly into the air. Finally, silence covered the room with the smell of death. Because of Gena’s position as a Cuban government agent, she is forced to abandon her relationship with Stan. Before he has time to sulk, he is off to another exciting venture in Tanzania, Africa. It is there that he realizes how we overlook the pleasures of living in a progressive civilized world, as he ponders Africa’s future as noted in Chapter Seven … Laden with dust, barren dirt, and lifeless, this land and its people was smothered under an atmosphere that even the devil would have passed up as totally worthless. I could only pray that over time, other nations and humanitarians would recognize the value and beauty of this forgotten land and institute a revolution of faith and progress in the form of a helping hand. I truly believe, Moshi is at its eleventh hour. Under the shadow of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Stan encounters his demon nemesis, Igor, who for the sake of wealth tries to destroy, with embarrassing vengeance, the purity of Africa and those who try desperately to contribute to its future. Evading death, Stan again returns to Havana in pursuit of his nemesis will he avert an international biological threat? What price must Stan pay for justice to be served? Buy the book and enjoy the adventure and thrilling conclusion today! This site is best viewed with IE6 (or higher), a browser window sized at 1024 pixels wide or wider, and with a monitor display resolution set at 1280x1024.  Web design courtesy of Crystal Cloud Graphics Web Hosting Page last updated: January 25, 2010 Stan Stanton title grey divider grey divider Currently, a comb bound 8 1/2” x 11” version of this book is available only through the author.  The book will be autographed and can be personally inscribed with a message if you include the message with the order.  If you are ordering more than one book (same title or a variety) direct from Arley, e-mail him FIRST.  He will send you an e-mail from Pay Pal with the correct shipping costs.  If you just use the Pay Pal button below, shipping is charged for each book.  For more information about Pay Pal, and ordering, be sure to review the “order” page. Also an E-Book version of this mystery novel can be sent to you via e-mail.  There are no shipping or handling fees associated with the purchase.
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