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  • The Screaming

    by David Graham
    What causes an adolescent – straight A student Brandon P Marshall – to walk downstairs naked, armed with a pair of Glocks, and go all Charles Manson on his family? This is only one in the horrifying trail of incidents that brings together Detective Sergeant Dale Franklin of the Kansas City Police Department and his poster-boy rookie, Steve Abrams. Meanwhile, across the pond, Dai Williams, in Battersea London, safe inside his improvised Faraday cage, is coming to terms with his special talents – ... more
  • Arena: Omnibus

    by D. Michael Withrow
    Arena is the story of the future gone horribly wrong. A future where those that reach their debt limit are sold as slaves to the wealthy and convicted killers are forced to fight in the arena as gladiators did thousands of years before them. The story follows Colston, the son of a wealthy owner, as he struggles to become a man in this unforgiving world filled with violence and heartbreak. Can he save the debtors he has grown to love or will his maniacal father win out in the end? Arena is ... more
  • The Tube Riders: Underground: The Tube Riders Trilogy #1 (Volume 1)

    by Chris Ward
    Marta Banks is a girl with an identity. She is a Tube Rider, a girl who risks death every day in the abandoned underground stations of London. It doesn’t matter that her parents are dead. It doesn’t matter that her beloved brother has disappeared. It doesn’t matter that in the dystopian chaos of London in 2075, in the shadow of the towering perimeter walls, she has no future. She has her friends. Together, the Tube Riders are a family, united against the brutality of their lives, but wh... more
  • Black Mirrors of the Soul (A Throne of Souls Book 2)

    by Charles W. McDonald Jr.
    We, the seeds of Humanity, are all the descendants of hardened criminals, fighting to survive the unmaking of A Throne of Souls. Magic and technology have already met on a world far more advanced than our own only to dispense their most dangerous and hardened criminals, for magic has been outlawed. Their descendants—us, here on Earth, along with the rest of Humanity—are now left to grapple with a Creation undone at the hands of an outlaw mage whose Master Plan affects the seeds of Humanity t... more
  • The Center of All Things: The Fifth and Final Book (Discourses in Reality) (Volume 5)

    by Gordon McWhorter
    The Center Of All Things is the final story in Gordon McWhorter's secret series, "Discourses in Reality". It finishes the tale started in 2009 with "A Seizure of Landscapes", where Jeff Mallory discovers he is living multiple lives at one time, dragging his son, Tyler into the mix with the second book, "Exponential Uncertainties." Gordon McWhorter takes us even deeper into the rabbit hole, giving us hints and clues in the third book, "Perpetual Existentialism" to then go even further, outside of... more
  • Mystery of White Horse Lake

    by Frances Powell
    In a land shrouded in mystery, there is a special place. This place is the magical Connemara Mountains of Ireland; home to the Sidhe fairies, who jealously guard their mountain home, and the mysterious White Horse that they summon from the waters of the lake to do their bidding. I came to Castle Chonamara as a lowly housemaid to the first owners of the castle. After many years and as many owners, I finally rose to the position of housekeeper. Over the years I kept watch for him. He had... more
  • The Traitor's Tunnel

    by C.M. Spivey

    Witch-blooded robber Bridget has made a reputation for herself in the capital city, but she's not interested in the attention of the Thieves' Guild--and she's not bothered by the rumors of urchin kidnappings, either. With winter coming, she's looking out for herself and no one else.

    Until she picks the wrong pocket, and recognizes her estranged brother Teddy.

    Young craftsman Theodor arrives in the capital ready to take the final step toward his dream career as Lord... more

  • A Jack by Any Other Name

    by Lesley L. Smith

    When interstellar singer spy Jack Jones has to solve his own murder on The Shakespeare things do not go smoothly.

    First his clone body loses thirty years of memories, and then it starts experiencing strange urges and abilities. As he investigates he discovers brigands, space pirates and a secret faster-than-light drive, which could push the galaxy into war.

    He would sing a song, solve the mystery, and save the day --if only he could remember how.

     

  • Kat Cubed

    by Lesley L. Smith

    How much does your world affect who you are?

    In Kat Garcia's world only the Rocky Mountains are above sea level and the sun is hot enough to kill. She goes through a mysterious window seeking weapons to keep her friends safe from the remnants of the decayed government.

    In Kaitlin Garcia's world the Unified States is constantly bombarded by severe storms. She goes through a mysterious portal to implement her climate mitigation strategy before her world becomes uninhabitable... more

  • The Great Nations of Rendaraia

    by Jayel Draco
    Rendaraia is a realm where nature, magic, and civilization have long lived in harmony. Its five Great Nations stood for centuries as strongholds of culture, magic, science, and military strength. When, one by one, the Nations fall—each destroyed in a day, with no time for word or warning—the intrepid scholar Jan’Ka’Zian sets out to record a complex network of intertwined cultures on the edge of oblivion. From mighty airships powered by bioluminescent microorganisms to a city of gleaming towers b... more
  • Four (Rules Undying Book 1)

    by R. E. Carr
    Finding a job is never easy, and the only employment Gail usually finds is acting as Girl Friday for the mob. Lucky for Gail, Georgia Sutherland has just the job for her—that is, if she can handle working nights, managing a little blood, and a boss who's been dead for centuries. In a single interview, Gail's world turns upside down as she discovers that all she’s seen in Hollywood isn’t quite true; vampires don't combust in sunlight, but they do fall in love. Are Georgia's stories enough t... more
  • Nemesis (Nomad Series Book 2)

    by K.A. Finn
    A part of her died when she lost him... Commander Terra Rush has spent the last eight months mourning Gryffin, believing he died when his ship crashed. When he returns to her, broken and scarred from months of torture at the hands of the Foundation, it feels like a miracle. At first. His unpredictable mechanical cyborg side, reawakened by the brutality he endured as a prisoner, threatens to destroy him. He's lost the trust of the colonists. Has he lost part of himself as well? Her need to... more
  • Ares (Nomad Series Book 1)

    by K.A. Finn
    He wasn't expected to survive. No one else did, and for twenty years, he has managed to stay off their radar. Until now. Until her. Gryffin was the sole survivor of The Foundation's experimental project to transform human children into hybrid cyborgs - half human, half machine. The program failed and he was sent on a one way trip into The Outer Sector where he was left for dead. He has survived for twenty years by suppressing his human emotions and embracing his machine side. Officer Terra R... more
  • Perses (Nomad Series Book 3)

    by K.A. Finn
    On a mission to stop the Foundation from creating an army of cyborgs, wanted felon Brayden Sawyer is trapped far from his ship and crew in the last place he wants to be. Earth. With the Foundation hot on his heels, Bray must ask his family for refuge, a family who always preferred his brother Gryffin over him and kicked him out of their lives a decade ago. When his family rejects him a second time, Bray wonders if saving Gryffin, and completing his mission, is worth it. All his life, he’s bee... more
  • Son of Justice

    by Steven L. Hawk
    For more than a dozen years, Eli has studied the art of war from some of the most skilled fighters on three planets. There's no question, he has what it takes to be a professional soldier. There's just one problem. His father is General Grant Justice, the most famous man in the galaxy and leader of a new governmental alliance that unites four alien races. When it comes time to enlist, the younger Justice has to make a choice. Rely on his last name and claim an automatic commission as an of... more
  • Temporal Dreams

    by Lesley L. Smith

    What if Dreamtime is real?

    In Boulder, Colorado college student and former foster-kid Kairi Johnson's dream is to start a family of her own but, instead, she ends up trapped twenty years in her past. She discovers she can time-travel but it's not as simple as it first appears. Each successive time trip results in more and more people getting hurt: she loses her fiance and her best friend and discovers she's the reason for her parents' deaths. All seems lost until she mee... more

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