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  • Voodoo Ball

    by C.P. Mortensen
    Imagine an alternate universe where everyone is obsessed with golf. Impossible to get there but even more impossible to get back. Charley Cotter never should have lied to his wife. He tells her he has a business meeting in San Diego but, instead, flies off with some pals for a golf spree in Palm Springs. When their small plane crashes in a wind-turbine field during an electrical storm, Charley survives - but arrives home to a town now obsessed with golf, where marauding gangs of night-golfers - ... more
  • Carnival Panic

    by Catori Sarmiento
    Candy makes the PonPon Bunnies sweet. Be careful if they’re angry. And watch out for traps! These are the dangers of competing in the Carnival Panic game show, a ruthless competition that tests the chosen competitors with mental and physical struggles. In order to claim the substantial monetary prize, the winner must solve a series of room puzzles and succeed in entertaining the fickle masses.
  • Lee's Lesson (Ditch Lane Diaries Book 4)

    by D.F. Jones
    Love angel series? Lee's recruited to fight in a six-thousand-year war between Angels and Demons in this fast-paced, mesmerizing and mystical tale. 1950 Everglade, Tennessee Lee Campbell learns a secret that changes her life when a messenger from the heavenly realm appears before her and reveals her true nature, hidden since birth. Her supernatural powers unfold, sending her on a dark and dangerous quest to save innocent souls from Hades. Harry Glenn returns from the Korean War on th... more
  • H'Ilgraith, Sister of the House of H'Aleth

    by Mary Elizabeth Ames
    In the first book, Homo transformans: The Origin and Nature of the Species, an old woman played a pivotal role in saving and protecting a young girl who eventually became Mistress of the House of H’Aleth. The old woman always seemed to know where to go and what to do. Her knowledge of medicinal plants, the preparations of potions, and treatment of wounds was extensive. Even more extraordinary was her knowledge of the red and the gray dragons and her ability to communicate with them. She... more
  • The Eternal Realm

    by Robert Napoli
    A world and its people, three races, who for reasons of their own eliminate all hostile threats. Evil banished, then a treaty to protect a United Realm, ultimately to deter conflict among themselves. After hundreds of years, a rift in the fabric of time and space. An innocent group thrust into chaos. A Civil War threatens a Kingdom, while the other two struggle with their own stability. An ancient evil spawns racial divide and in the chaos the stability of the Kingdoms erode threatening the enti... more
  • Forever Will End: The Gospel of Chaos Series: Book One

    by Dominique Brandt
    Forever Will End is about an ancient prophecy of evil that threatens all existence. Its a heavily character focused/growth story filled with dark humor, charm, suspense and whit that will hopefully keep readers entertained from start to finish.
  • Zeroglyph: A Hard Sci Fi Artificial Intelligence Thriller (Standalone Book)

    by Vance Pravat
    Synopsis: Can a machine truly understand the difference between right and wrong? Part locked-room mystery, part home-invasion story, Zeroglyph is an exciting and utterly unique sci fi thriller that takes Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics to the next level. Blurb: Raphael, the world’s first sentient robot, has been programmed to be the perfect moral being—at least according to Andy, its creator. When an accident puts Andy home alone in a wheelchair, he learns that the AI has gone mis... more
  • Still Harping on My Daughter

    by Marc S. Silver
    Harold Goldfarb is a sixty-year-old retiring actor who's only looking for some peace and contentment in his advancing years, but in the middle of the night he is visited by a strange otherworldly being (who looks remarkably like Mel Brooks) and after that Harold's whole world, or what he thinks is his world, gets completely turned upside down. Harold is tasked with an outrageous assignment, and unfortunately the fate of humanity depends on what he does next.
  • The Cassendre Decree

    by Sheryl Lynn Rosenstock Marcus
    Two women, one soul. Cassidy on earth whose life stems from her alter ego, Cassendre, who was born in the afterlife. Amid the broken streets of Brooklyn, New York City and the next world, Cassidy and Cassendre live their adventures involving a deal and a contract, yearning and fulfillment, love and madness.
  • A Dream of Darkness

    by Cory Kruse

    From a new voice in horror comes a chilling novel that recounts one community’s brush with unspeakable evil—and the desperate struggle for survival that follows.

    By all appearances, the town of Norick is perfect.

    Secluded amid a vast stretch of untamed wilderness, the settlement and her people are alone. Here, a thousand leagues into the North, the settlers have forged their own path, away from the South and its vices, away from civilization and the en... more

  • Space Captain Adelaide: A Crime Lord's Debt

    by yvonne yourkowski
    Family tensions, a missing sibling and the threat of ferocious man-eating aliens complicate her plans and could very well drive Adelaide insane. She must fight on every front to save the family company and keep her brother alive from the threat of a fanatical crime lord. Don’t forget about the crazy alien stalker bent on making her his bride
  • Of Foster Homes and Flies

    by Chad Lutzke
    A neglected 12-year-old boy does nothing to report the death of his mother in order to compete in a spelling bee. A tragic coming-of-age tale of horror and drama in the setting of a hot New Orleans summer.
  • Amber Hollow

    by Edgar Swamp

    On July 14, 1991, an isolated village in rural Northern Wisconsin is ground zero for an unprecedented, fiery tragedy. Of the community's 600 residents, there are only five survivors.

    Detailed accounts by the victims contradict one another. The only link is a man named Anthony Guntram who they allege is the primary suspect. Because he is presumed to be dead, this claim can't be verified.

    Further investigation reveals a culture steeped in mystery. Arson, forensic and homicid... more

  • The Sleep Experiment (World's Scariest Legends Book 2)

    by Jeremy Bates
    In 1954, at the start of the Cold War, the Soviet military offered four political prisoners their freedom if they participated in an experiment requiring them to remain awake for fourteen days while under the influence of a powerful stimulant gas. The prisoners ultimately reverted to murder, self-mutilation, and madness. None survived. In 2018, Dr. Roy Wallis, an esteemed psychology professor at UC Berkeley, is attempting to recreate the same experiment during the summer break in a soon-to-be d... more
  • Kurintor Nyusi

    by Aaron-Michael Hall

    As the gods battle in the heavens, darkness descends on earth.

     

    The Keepers of Nine guide the primordial Kurintor warriors protecting the mortal world. But after a god’s corruption empowered an ancient demon, her manipulations brought the Kurintor to the brink of extinction.

    Can the Keepers of Nine awaken the Kurintor descendants to defend the Fifth Kingdom, or will the demons of Ashemohn succeed in consuming the mortal world?

    It isn’t ... more

  • Alien Body: First in the Phane Series

    by William X. Adams
    In Alien Body (sci-fi, 80,000 words), Physician Dave Booker is shocked to discover an alien living in his summer cabin. Phane, the alien, is an anthropologist from another star system. His shuttlecraft has crashed, and he must regain it before the mothership gives him up for dead. But Dave is dumbfounded by the alien’s appearance, a large, green tennis ball with two eyes on tentacles above his head. What would it be like to have a body like that? Does one's body determine how we think about the ... more

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