Reid Clark is a pro golfer at the top of the leader board during the PGA tour; he is also a hothead with a reputation for trouble. Reid receives a death threat right before teeing off on the final day of the Master’s Tournament, and hires a P.I. to track down the perpetrator. Suspense builds throughout as Reid tries to compete in one of golf s most prestigious contests…and woo the woman he loves…while dodging death at every turn. Sudden Death will score big for all mystery lovers.
“You like golf, you like murder mysteries – – then Sudden Death is your book!” James Patterson
“Pure fun, pure intrigue. The action never stops till a fascinating climax.” Clive Cussler
This is a top-rated book for the incredibly low price of $.99…get it while you can.
NOTE: Kindle edition books can be read on any PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android device, certain Blackberry’s and of course, an Amazon Kindle reader.
Is it worth 99 cents to see if listening to “Soul of the Shaman” can help you play better golf? Hard to say. But it is tempting to spring for this MP3 given the price and the 26 minute running time. You can sample it before you buy.
It’s from Mind Your Peace & Cues and recorded at Academy Studios in the UK. Too bad the cover art doesn’t come with it.
Get even closer to the action in 2010 with the Official Open Championship iPhone app. Free courtesy of the R&A which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year.
The app has a number of features attendees, or virtual attendees, will appreciate such as live weather conditions, video highlights, a real-time leaderboard, a guide to the course, and profiles and stats for the players.
There are also two live features–video and radio–that will stream from the event. Video reception depends on the country you live it but we understand that the radio option with live commentary will be fed to all countries. (Thanks goes out to Recombu.com for its original reporting of these features.)
For less than a buck you can relive the comic genius of Don Adams as performed on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1963. While I was way too young to remember this bit I do recall the show and some of its classics (The Beatles anyone?).
You may recall Don Adams as the three time Emmy winner for his portrayal of Maxwell Smart on the television program Get Smart, 1965 to 1970. Or if you are like me, you might have a more vivid memory of Agent 99, Barbara Feldon.
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