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  • Burning Cards

    by M. E. Patterson

    (Drawing Thin, Book 2)

    In the second book in the Kindle bestselling Drawing Thin series, the world moves ever closer to Armageddon, as old friends and new foes turn against Trent, while his new charge, Celia, spirals dangerously out of control. Six months after the terrifying blizzard that ravaged Las Vegas, Trent Hawkins finds himself deeper in despair than ever before, with his wife banished to the enigmatic Realms of Shadow, his new 'daughter' a constant test... more

  • Devil's Hand

    by M. E. Patterson

    (Drawing Thin, Book 1)

    The lone survivor of a tragic airplane crash, Trent Hawkins inherited a supernatural lucky streak that made him famous, and hated, in the poker circles of the City of Sin. So the powers-that-be kicked his ass out.

    Five years later, Trent and his wife return to Vegas, only to find themselves facing a demonic serial kidnapper, Armageddon-seeking angels, impossible shadow creatures, and an unholy blizzard that threatens to smother the city with... more

  • The Complete Check Your Luck Agency

    by KS Augustin
    After the tragic death of her parents, and with nothing left tying her to the United Kingdom, Ursula Formosa returns to her homeland of Malaysia and a job with the eccentrically-named Singapore firm, “The Check Your Luck Agency”. What begins as an attempt to stave off boredom turns into a new way of life as the scales drop from Ursula’s eyes and she tentatively enters a realm that contains vengeful ghosts, toyol, demons, pontianak and curses, not to mention old-fashioned fraud and larceny. As... more
  • Quinten's Story

    by KS Augustin
    Quinten Tamlan was once the scourge of the Republic. Then he disappeared…. It’s been seven long years for Quinten Tamlan. Scarred and bitter, he has lost direction and the spark of idealism that once fired his resolve, until he decides to take on a new crewmember. Quinten believes he has his own problems. He believes he is alone and forgotten. He is wrong. Quite wrong.
  • The Hunger Games Protocol

    by Robert Greenberg
    The Hunger Games Protocol. This is an adult book; it is not for young children! It has been written as if the hunger games were a ghastly reality and I have used concepts, language and descriptions of violence, sexual innuendo etc, that many younger readers may find highly confronting. There is no other possible way to describe a culture that takes joy and delight in a horror such as the Hunger Games; and we must all keep in mind that to conceal, diminish, sanitize or obscure reality and truth... more
  • journey to nora

    by a.j fenical
    one ambitious scientist make a life changing discovery. That changes his family dynamics for future events. But he didn't realize his actions would intertwine his family with an alien race called NORAIANS from the planet NORA
  • The Launch Gate

    by Sturgis K Isaac
    When a boy goes in to get his annual physical. Doctors find something in his blood's DNA something..different. The discovery skyrockets mankind’s technology centuries ahead. Possibly too far head. When a space mission to the unknown object at the back of the our solar system called “Pluto” becomes not only a prerogative for scientist but a very visible possibility. We gain the attention of other beings..With the aid of the young man named Herron and his new abilities. Mankind’s new technological... more
  • Experimental Heart: Pieces

    by Shannon Pemrick
    Fugitive human war experiment Eira is saved from death from the most unlikely rescuer, a shapeshifting dragon. She now has a choice to make: keep on running, or turn back and face her past. Either way, the odds are stacked against her. For even with a dragon at her side, it's her against an empire.
  • Five Days Dead

    by James Davis
    In the New Age of Discovery, there are those who say the Earth has grown tired of humanity. She is cleansing herself of us. It is called the Rages. The Rages are Mother Nature at her worst, or her best, depending on your perspective. Drought, fire, pestilence, super storms and wildlife that stalks and kills, the Wilderness is no place for Man. Yet there are those who would rather live in the Wilderness than the utopia of the Hubs, where life is whatever you dream and just as fleeting. They a... more
  • Double Bind (Raymond Bridges Book 1)

    by Seb Kirby

    In the sci fi thriller Double Bind, successful writer Raymond Bridges must unravel a mystery that goes to the heart of his being and face apparently irresolvable doubts about his identity, set off by encountering a perfect double of himself.

    It's a thrilling journey that leads him to question so much of what he finds in the world around him - even the loyalty of those he knows, including his love, Victoria.

    What he uncovers is a conspiracy that shakes the world he knows to its... more

  • Beyond Cloud Nine (Beyond Saga #1)

    by Greg Spry
    Ace star fighter pilot Brooke Davis lives for pushing hundreds of gees in orbital combat, but she’d give it all up in a moment to become the first human to fly faster than light. When Brooke stumbles upon a conspiracy involving terrorists, aliens, and the highest levels of government, she finds their goals seductive but their methods abhorrent. With the moral core of human civilization hanging in the balance, she must risk her shot at history, her family, and her life to prevent the schemers fro... more
  • Asleep at the Wheel of Time

    by Michael Gray
    In this SF novel, a NM Book Co-op finalist, another world is trying to catch our attention. First contact turns out to be a late chapter in an ancient dialogue. Human technology is needed to save whales from a comet hurtling toward Earth. Unfortunately this alien message, couched in a language that has been spoken on Earth for countless millennia, is meaningless to humanity.
  • The Feast

    by Erin Gitchell
    Delaterra, once a land of peace and prosperity, is tainted with suspicion and fear. The King’s Eyes and Ears, spies without conscience, hunt the Farmers, a group of rebels who are dedicated to restoring Delaterra to her former glory. Only a woman-turned-horse, an ex-knight, a seer, and an assassin can draw all the rebels together in time for The Feast, the battle to free their land from darkness.
  • Asbury Dark: Haunting Tales from the Jersey Shore

    by Lori Bonfitto
    A telekinetic teenager. A doomed ocean liner. A haunted bed & breakfast. A zombie-fighting real estate developer. These are but a few of the eerie people, places and things that go bump in the pages of Asbury Dark: Haunting Tales from the Jersey Shore. Spanning six decades, Asbury Dark will thrill and delight anyone who’s ever ridden the rides on the fabled boardwalk, searched for Bruce at The Stone Pony, or shambled along in the Zombie March. Mystery and suspense author Lori Bonfitto de... more
  • "Island Fantasies"- Truth In Travel

    by Annette R. J. Phillips
    Three stories about people visiting America's Paradise based on their hidden desires to cross paths with the natives and their desirous libidos.
  • Speakeasy Dead

    by Vicky Loebel
    Speakeasy manager Clara Woodsen will do anything to save her silent film idol from an untimely death. Even summon a demon. Even bet she can teach his half-human/half-cheetah assistant to foxtrot. But people around town are acting strange. Have Clara’s efforts unleashed a zombie plague? Or are her customers just really bad at dancing the Charleston? And can a career-minded woman find happiness with the man of her dreams if she uses her…brains? All Bernard Benjamin wants is a quiet life. At least... more

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