This is a story of a guy from Oklahoma who moves to San Francisco when he sees his girlfriend with another man. He meets a young Greek girl at a soccer match when he dumps a beer on her blouse. He has the pleasure of teaching her about Jazz.
The Bard's Tales Story (4) There is an old saying that Evil flourishes when Good men do nothing. In the end the universe always returns to center. But what if Evil is given a helping hand to the extent that the balance can no longer adjust? Something more drastic is required. This is one of those times.
The World of Robert MacLeod (8) Sheriff Earp in Dodge City is stumped by a Bank heist. Can Robert MacLeod and Karen Stiles succeed where the Sheriff has failed? More analogues of things in the readers' world are introduced.
This is the continuation of the story begun in 101 Bell Whistle. Read that story first. This second book reveals even deeper mysteries and new discoveries made that reveal much about the house and previous occupants. Note: Chapter 3 of this story deals with the house's connection to slavery of the past century. In this chapter the N-word is used by a slave speaking of other slaves as did happen in actual accounts of the time. If this offends you then you may want to skip over this chapter.