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A Vampire in Vegas Part 1: “The Gift That Keeps on Giving”

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

(Each week in October as a “treat”  I post a segment of this four-part “fictional” short story. Happy Halloween!) A Vampire In Vegas by Christine L. McKellar Part I “The Gift That Keeps On Giving” I became one of the undead a week ago. It happened at a nightclub on the Las Vegas Strip where I really had no business being—not at …

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The Battle For Las Vegas by Dennis Griffin

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

  The Battle For Las Vegas From the 1970s through the mid-1980s, the Chicago Outfit dominated organized crime in Las Vegas. Unreported revenue, known as the “skim,” from Outfit-controlled casinos made its way out of Vegas by the bagful, ending up in the coffers of the Windy City crime bosses and their confederates around the Midwest. To ensure the smooth …

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Las Vegas Authors Are Invited to Join the VOE Bookstore

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

Las Vegas authors and authors who write about Las Vegas and Nevada are invited to post their books and reviews along with links to Amazon.com here in the VegasOnlyBookStore. Please fill out the contact form provided in the “Contact” section of this website. We’ll get back to you upon approval of your submission request and with more details. Thank you …

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The Devil’s Valet: ‘Worthy of a Lifetime Movie’

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

Order Your Kindle Copy Here Sizzling Summer Special: Only $3.99 If given half a chance Christine McKellar would give Jackie Collins a run for her publishing money. The Devil’s Valet, McKellar’s third thrilling, steamy novel introduces readers to a lovely set of likable California twins. The author fleshes them out, and when the heroine, Crosby Campbell falls in love with …

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Need A Good Beach Read?

In Vegas Only Bookstore by Christine McKellar

Twenty-one-year-old Quinn Anne Carrigan has drifted far from her conservative Boston upbringing during her two years in Miami. Waking up one morning next to one of her restaurant coworkers, she realizes how far she’s drifted from her own expectations