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  • The Legend of Chip: The Cover of Darkness

    by Stanley Campbell
    Chip is confronted with a difficult decision as new evidence suggests that the Shadow Clan's power is expanding. He must decide whether to return to Scotland to prove his innocence or begin a fresh start in the American Colonies. The question now is whether there is a safe place in the world where he can escape their influence.
  • The Legend of Chip: The Perilous Journey

    by Stanley Campbell
    Charged with a crime he didn't commit, Chip flees his homeland. Under the alias of William Chips, he finds himself again in the services of Captain O’Toole and aboard the mighty Ottoman. Embarking on a new and dangerous voyage, they set course for the tense shores of the British Colonies. To his dismay, Chip soon discovers that he cannot run from his troubles. That the darkness he sought to escape knows no boundaries, nor is held to any shore, and remains as close as looking over his shoulder.
  • Magelord: Worldwalker Book I

    by Andrew Christian
    Magelord Alexander Mason has ruled Northridge for eighty years, his unique offworld magic crushing his enemies and bringing prosperity to his lands. His Firstborn son, Malkin, has long been the heir apparent, with every intention of succeeding his father. To Devon, fifth generation Greatson of Lord Mason, such politics are far removed—until he unexpectedly summons the interdimensional Veils of Chaos, threatening the claim of Malkin to the throne. As hostile adversaries and shifting loyalties ... more
  • Praeceps: A Rain City Story

    by Albert Aykler
    Every neon-stained gray dawn on Praeceps reveals the body of another ‘impossible person' floating face down in the drainage canals. That could change, but first a man must fall in love with a machine. On Praeceps the rain never ends. There are no crimes because there is no law. The Syndicate controls Precip City with a brutal security force made up of off-world mercenaries the locals call Toads and they call SynSec. Under their watch, even possible people have no rights or recourse. Sancho Pa... more
  • The Fortress

    by T. A. Styles
    Sim was a teacher in his old life. Now he’s the savior of orphans. He isn’t their father. God knows he has already failed in that role. But he is their guide. And the kids? They are his penance. His redemption. For three years Sim has prepared his orphans for the hard realities of life after the plague that wiped out most of the global population. Theirs is a life without laws or creature comforts. He has trained them to forage and grow their own food, to be vigilant, and to protect themse... more
  • Gradient Descent: Schrödinger's Dog

    by Jim Christopher
    Two scientists break physics to save their dog and are thrust into an apocalyptic future. Can they discover a way home in time to prevent the end of the world?
  • The Dawn of AI (Paper War Book 1)

    by Ryan LeKodak
    One malfunction… Millions dead… The search for answers begins… In the year 2040, the world's transportation is dominated by a highly advanced artificial intelligence system. However, this seemingly perfect technology collapses, resulting in catastrophic disasters and the loss of millions of lives worldwide. The disaster is dubbed Mayday, and its aftermath affects everyone. But was it simply a malfunction, or is there a more nefarious agenda at work? Who is accountable for the mass slaughter, ... more
  • The Irish Within Us

    by C.A. Logan
    The Irish Within Us is a low fantasy escapade novel set in 2016. Kara, a retired civil servant, visits her grandfather’s native village of Ballybeg on the north coast of Northern Ireland. She is drawn into a fight over land that may be enchanted as she comes face-to-face with distant cousins: Imogen, a reserved heritage conservationist, and David, a self-obsessed American real estate developer who came to build a large leisure facility. As villagers and visitors are played against each other, n... more
  • Remember Us: A Post-Apocsalyptic Novel (The Odemark Series)

    by E.T. Gunnarsson

    "The Vessel? It must've been sent from God. It's the answer, the key to the peace I seek. Something to save or damn us." – The Father, leader of the Twilight Cult

    Remember Us is a thrilling journey through a post-apocalyptic world where every decision could lead to freedom or ruin, perfect for fans of The Road and Station Eleven.

    Meet Simon, a former revolutionary from the space station&nb... more

  • Acheron Ride

    by Millie Leigh
    Death was no stranger to Elliot Winters. Her home had turned into a prison long before she was born. The only chance at freedom involved a deathly trip around the track. She could pass on those rewards, even if they were tempting. The Chaos Championship turns motorcycle riders into murderers for a bit of fame and a lot of brutal misfortune. Firepits and creatures, made meticulously by hand, forced the track to be almost as cruel as the warden herself. Elle’s newest journalism assignment plac... more
  • Daggers and Daisies

    by Arlin Creed
    Destrui is dying, the world crumbling beneath their feet. Scarlett has only ever wanted the commoners outside her court to be healthy and fed, but a group of females that have dubbed themselves The Daughters of the Queen have radical ideas for equality. Females are meant to be bedded and bred, never seen or heard among the Dragon Clans of Destrui. That is until Scarlett's ascension to the throne is announced. With gifts from the gods, she's believed to be the savior of their world, at leas... more
  • The True Soul

    by Aesyn Cravery
    A woman hunting for her destiny. A man fighting to escape his fate. They’re on a collision course that promises to change both their lives forever. Growing up in the shadow of her mother’s illness, Sharla Jennings has never known her place in life. She’s always waiting for something better to come along. When she awakens one night to find a strange man in her apartment, she discovers he knows things about her she’s never told anyone. Flies With Wind’s tribe has lived under a dark curse for... more
  • BROTHERS OF BLOOD: A New Orleans Vampyre Tale (The Carter Brothers Book 1)

    by JT Patten
    As the sun sets over New Orleans, two brothers, John and Wayne Carter, find themselves standing in a French Quarter alleyway, their clothes stained with blood, and their minds foggy. They have no memory of how they got there or what they have done. All they can recall is a new friend, Jacques St. Germain offered them a deal - work for him, and he will give them a home, purpose, and power. As the brothers sink deeper into compelled crimes, they are plagued by nightmares and memories they can't... more
  • Three Shades

    by J.D. Grubb
    A Sky Rider, a sage, and a spirit—forced together, they must find a way to navigate barriers of language, race, and time. Each needs the other to succeed, yet each has a distinct reason for doing so.
  • OverLondon

    by George Penney and Tony Johnson
    OverLondon is a comic fantasy whodunnit with a heart of gold. In an alternate London, where an enraged Anne Boleyn has wrested the throne from Henry VIII before declaring herself a god, a former pirate must team up with a rogue artificer to solve a crime involving exploding priests.
  • Simon Says

    by Linda Williams Stirling

    One look is all he needs to see your triumphs, your tragedies, and your deepest secrets. Then, whatever Simon Says comes to pass.

    As the world's last Druid, Simon carries the combined powers of all his People. In exchange for this gift, he has made a Promise to fulfill their Sacred Trust to act as a Guardian for the good in humankind.

    Elusive and discrete, he lives through the centuries and uses his mystical powers to change people's lives for the... more