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  • Just Us

    by Shawn Hudson
    Raw, Gritty and Unapologetic, Just Us finds Fred Thomas seeking revenge on members of the Sinville Police Department. As he begins planting the seeds to get his retribution he realizes that the task cannot be completed alone. He then reluctantly enlists the help of a woman named "Kat" who he's at odds with due to his own traditional beliefs. Will Kat and Fred be able to work together to get their own brand of justice against those corrupt cops who have terrorized the streets of Sinville for year... more
  • On Swift Wings

    by Brett M. Wiens
    Three hundred years after Jonathan Swift's Classic, Gulliver's Travels. On Swift Wings is a re-imagined modernization of the original. Written with the same style and structure as the original, but with each island evolved three hundred years based on the way they interacted with Mr. Gulliver. The satire is updated and the main character comes from the modern world. On Swift Wings is a challenging but rewarding read, with high level language and economic and political satire woven into the story... more
  • Hiraeth - Where the heart belongs

    by Amrita Chatterjee
    11-year-old Amodini is bereft of the power of speech or hearing. She lives in Chilapata, a forest village in the Dooars region of North Bengal, India. Though deprived of these abilities, she possesses a unique power to connect with animals. When a forest fire breaks out leading to an elephant rampage which threatens to destroy her village, Amodini comes to the rescue. As the elephants leave for the forest, Amodini accompanies them. Shrikant, an investigative journalist, reaches Chilapata to scav... more
  • Before Evil Walks

    by EK Jasmine
    It is not poverty to a rich story. Neither is it about making it out of the slump, pulling up the bootstraps, and the sun will come out tomorrow. It's emptied of clichés and has just about the right amount of holes.
  • Fields of Grace

    by Wendy Waters
    Sweeping epic drama spanning seven decades. Set against a backdrop of war in 30s Europe, Grace Fieldergill, a starry-eyed young actress from Devon moves to London to pursue her dream of becoming a star. The lovable boarders of Wyncote House, a ladies-only establishment, take her under their collective wing and share her triumph when she is accepted into the brilliant young John Gielgud’s Company as Peggy Ashcroft’s understudy. When Peggy misses a show one night Grace gets her chance. Watching he... more
  • Those Left Behind

    by Melina Druga
    Change isn’t always for the best. Just ask the Stewards. 1914. The Steward family is eagerly preparing for the event that will forever bind them to the Bartlettes: the wedding of Hettie and Geoffrey. Little do the families know that the winds of war brewing in Europe soon will rip them apart. Hettie and her brother, Freddie, join the Canadian Army Medical Corps. This decision is met with resistance and disapproval, causing a rift in the siblings’ relationship with their parents. Mea... more
  • The Morning Star - A Novel

    by Gita V. Reddy
    The Morning Star is a story of love and sacrifice and the unseen hand of destiny. A desperate woman calls a neighbor before dying in childbirth. Is it a coincidence that she chooses someone who will give her all to save the baby from its unscrupulous father? When Sudha answers a telephone call in the middle of the night, she cannot know how it will change her life. From the first, she feels a strong connection with the motherless baby. She brings her home and names her after the Arundhati ... more
  • A Rainbow Like You

    by Andréa Fehsenfeld

    * Silver Fiction Award - Independent Publishers Awards

    * Shortlisted for fiction grand prize - Whistler Independent Book Awards

    * Named a 'Best BC Book of 2020'

    A rock star. A runaway. The most unexpected journey.

    Adrian ‘Jazzer’ Johnson’s gilded rock and roll career is the stuff of legend. From out of the dive bars of Long Beach, this high school dropout rocketed his band to the pinnacle of success. But after a whirlwind d... more

  • Brayden the Brave

    by Michelle Bradshaw
    It is a dark and spooky night and Brayden and Chloe are not ready to go to sleep, so they decide to tell ghost stories. “Time for bed,” announces Brayden’s Mom causing them to both jump and scream. After Brayden’s Mom turns off the light and closes the door a loud sound is heard from across the house. Brayden and Chloe decide to investigate. Go on this spooky adventure with Brayden and Chloe as Chloe helps Brayden learn that he is Brayden the brave and he is braver than he thinks he is.
  • Snatch 2&20

    by Luke E. Fellows

    Snatch 2&20 is a satirical memoir parodying the author’s past life as a hedge fund manager. It should not only be of interest to the fans of the hit TV shows Billions and Silicon Valley, and books like The Wolf of Wall Street and Liar’s Poker, but to anyone who wants an insider’s take on the rotten core of our delusional plutocracy in this second Gilded Age.

    If you just say no to innuendo, then please enter with caution (as the strumpet said to the stiff). But ju... more

  • The Calm I Seek

    by Christina Lourens
    After the violent death of her husband, Rebecca Holmes is content leading a quiet life spending time with her sisters and niece. When her younger sister Hannah asks her to plan her wedding, Rebecca discovers her friends and family all think her life is empty. Determined to prove them wrong, Rebecca takes up salsa lessons where she meets the charismatic salsa teacher, Gabriel Rodriguez. Falling in love is the last thing Rebecca wanted to do, but she is inexplicably drawn to Gabriel. Opening he... more
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    by richard cornforth
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  • GOLD! An Australian Novel

    by Thomas Greenbank

    Malcolm Kincaid is a self-made man. He is also a ruthless businessman and opportunist. He knows what it takes to build and maintain a business empire, but how far will he be prepared to go to achieve his goals — and what will he sacrifice along the way?

    Rachel, Malcolm's one-time fiancé; his business partner, and the mother of his child, finds herself forced to work with the man she has grown to despise.

    Unaware of his true parentage, their son, Lachlan—afte... more

  • The Girl with the Silver Star

    by Rachel Zolotov

    For the readers of The Nightingale and Lilac Girls, inspired by the true story of the author’s great-grandmother’s journey during World War II, The Girl with the Silver Star is the extraordinary story of a mother’s love and will to survive during one of history’s darkest time periods.

    As a hailstorm of bombs begins to shatter the city of Minsk in Belarus, Raisa and her family run through the darkness of night to ta... more

  • Mr. Inker Goes to School

    by Christina Francine
    Rafiq misses his friends from Pakistan and a boy at school makes fun of his name. It is not easy being an immigrant in America. Rafiq knows he’s safer in “the land of the free,” yet he is homesick. When he receives a fancy pen for his birthday, he discovers his new best friend, a talking pen. Sometimes Mr. Inker is too proud and his jokes corny. He can be a real stinker, but he helps Rafiq with English words, makes him laugh, and finds a way to connect Rafiq with his old friends through traditio... more
  • Mr. Inker Finds a Home

    by Christina Francine
    A unique idea - a talking pen. In an age where cell phones seem most kids’ friends, the author resuscitates the original means of communication: the pen! A talking writing utensil becomes an immigrant boy’s best friend. Immigrant children will like reading a book about themselves combined with a little fun and magic. Not only will they learn to read, but have fun at the same time. Mr. Inker will bring smiles to immigrant and American children alike. The story may even cause a chuckle or two. Te... more