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  • If FROGS COULD FLY

    by E.B. Mendel
    IF FROGS COULD FLY combines mainstream, satire, magical realism, surrealism, the metaphysical, parody, comedy and tragedy. In Part 1, Rabbi Mandelson meets Ron Levine, a freelance journalist, at a mall in Miami Beach, during a hurricane. The rabbi invites the writer to go on an expedition to the rainforest of Peru, where they search for a 'lost tribe of Israel'. The biblical expert on the team, Rabbi Karpadah, foolishly kisses a tree frog in the jungle, which results in him contracting the Human... more
  • The House on Abigail Lane

    by Kealan Patrick Burke
    From the outside, it looks like an ordinary American home, but since its construction in 1956, people have vanished as soon as they go upstairs, the only clues the things they leave behind: a wedding ring, a phone...an eye. In its sixty-year history, a record number of strange events have been attributed to the house, from the neighbors waking up to find themselves standing in the yard outside, to the grieving man who vanished before a police officer's eyes. The animals gathering in the yard ... more
  • Season End: Sons of Meir

    by Jacqueline T. Johnson
    When the queen of Meir is kidnapped Erich makes a harrowing decision not to inform the family. He secretly searches for her with Nash and includes an unexpected ally, Malak, his illegitimate son. Malak is sent to infiltrate the lair of the notorious Nidarian leader the Bear, an enemy from his father’s past. Eager to prove himself to his father, Malak has no idea what dangers await him on Nidara. Meanwhile, Daniel is left alone to attend the Gathering in his father’s absence. It is in Peerles... more
  • Sage, Smoke & Fire

    by Ryan Kurr
    The world has fallen out of energetic balance. In the Deep South there is a remedy that is both powerful and dangerous--witches. At the peak of summer, Nina is living a fast-paced life in New York City. But when the earth's gravitational pull activates a gene--making her and a few others capable of magic--she is called to duty in southern Louisiana to lead a coven of witches and restore balance to the world through magic. By autumn, witches are turning up dead and she has but one choice--defe... more
  • Memory Lost

    by Eric S. Hubbard
    Great calamities haunt our memory. True calamity is Memory Lost. Thirteen-year-old Tibbs is dealing with normal worries like his demanding mother, starting high school, and trying to figure out the opposite sex. When his family makes their weekly visit to his Memom, they find her rocking silently in her favorite chair, her memory fading. At the hospital, Tibbs notices the headline flashing across the television screen: “The Wiping: Why Elderly Across the Globe Are Losing Their Memories.” As ... more
  • Brimstone's Knight

    by W. Wright
    Eric has just moved back into the old Hampton family mansion. He is totally unaware of the recent tragedy that had transpired in his hometown. At its source is an unspeakable evil that is rapidly growing worldwide. It’s not until he hears the voice of that thing in the forest that he realizes his destiny. He is to command a new breed of modern knights, and they ride upon dragons. As the knights assemble, Eric finds himself falling deeply in love with one of them. Now, he must not only protect t... more
  • Near Space: The First Frontier

    by Silhouette
    This book is set against a present day background with a twist, the author introduced a range of technologies 80 years ahead of anything current - using them to deal with conflicts, global warming whilst controlling a number of plot lines and a plethora of events leading to International mayhem and an exciting conclusion.
  • The 36 Watchers

    by Dan Bar Hava
    “It is said that at all times, there are 36 special people in the world, and that were it not for them, all of them, if even one of them was missing, the world would come to an end.” Talmud, the central religious text of Rabbinic Judaism, as quoted by Wikipedia
  • Subversive

    by Colleen Cowley

    In an America controlled by wizards and 100 years behind on women’s rights, Beatrix Harper counts herself among the resistance—the Women’s League for the Prohibition of Magic. Then Peter Blackwell, the only wizard her town has ever produced, unexpectedly returns home and presses her into service as his assistant. 

    Beatrix fears he wants to undermine the League. His real purpose is far more dangerous for them both.

    SUBVERSIVE is the first novel in the romanti... more

  • Shadow-Stained

    by Rachel Hobbs
    For her, it's her late grandma's legacy. For him, the mother of all black arts spoils, granting one demon the power of a God. Immortality. When occult-magnet Ruby falls victim to Demon Lord Drayvex's viperous allure, she loses a sentient dark relic to his light fingers and appetite for power. Like calls to like. But when Drayvex himself loses the relic to a traitor to the throne, Ruby coerces him - the tyrant king with a soft spot for humanity - into helping her save her pokey old world villa... more
  • Wake the Dead

    by H.L. Sudler
    Not all things stay dead. For a group of grave robbers, this is a lesson to be found out the hard way. What's alive in a Florida mausoleum reveals a ghastly horror, and their part in a scheme to wake the dread.
  • Suzy Spitfire and the Snake Eyes of Venus

    by Joe Canzano

    When outlaw Suzy Spitfire flies to Venus in search of a vicious serial killer, she’s looking for the road to redemption—but instead, she quickly becomes involved in a gang war, a revolution, and a desperate attempt to protect a young girl from a violent future.

  • Daytrippers

    by H.L. Sudler
    A group of high school students finds themselves in a nightmare from which they cannot escape. On an ordinary October day, they have been drugged. From this drug, they have fallen asleep. From this sleep they find themselves in a world with hardly anything they know and nothing they remember. The year they find themselves in is 1879. They are scared and frightened, and they cannot get home.
  • The Order of the Clock: Volume One The Creation of the Humanoids

    by Gary Erakleous
    THE ORDER OF THE CLOCK Volume One The Creation of the Humanoids Description The “Order of the Clock” Volume One, The Creation of the Humanoids, by Gary Erakleous is a fantasy novel, set in the ancient world of magic and sorcery, in a setting of spiritual intrigue and political deception that captivates the mind. It is, truly, an allegory to the state of affairs we live in today and, possibly, in the future. Sold by Amazon as an e-book or a paperback worldwide. What if an evil force transfo... more
  • Assassin Avenged

    by Shana Vernon
  • The Assassin's Daughter

    by Shana Vernon
    Lenna has been hiding from the Guild since she was born. If they knew about her magic her life would be forfeit. She must brave the possibility of discovery by entering the Guild under the guise of a human recruit after her father goes missing. She realizes she's bitten off more than she can chew when she sees her new instructor is the same guy she met a few months before. It doesn't seem like Cade recognizes her without her disguise, but if he does and blows the whistle, she's as good ... more

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