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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Vagabond Vendetta

    by colin smith
    I am the singer in the 1980s punk band The Blood, and my name is The Cardinal. In my autobiographical fantasy, and by way of poetic justice, I decide to execute, by Electric Chair, Madame Guillotine and the Noose and Scaffold, just three of the BBC's, many historic child molesters. The Blood has attacked the Vatican in its music over the last 35 years - and I am crying to the skies in my book as I know that the White City should have also been a target. Yes, at some point a movie WILL be m... more
  • A Christmas Coda

    by Will Todd
    While Mr. Charles Dickens endeavoured, I, a poor relation across tide and time, am left but to endeavor. His Ghostly little book did not put any readers out of humour, though mine might find some who wish to lay it. May the Spirit that animates it, and the season, yet pleasantly haunt its tidings of Redemption. A faithful Caroller, William Todd
  • Are Americans ET’s?

    by nasko velikov

    Are Americans ET’s? In a provincial town, behind the Iron Curtain sunk down into the lethargy of communism, life is going on slowly and peacefully. A young man feels himself bored with the endless monotony of each new day, and there, something extraordinary happens one day. An American delegation comes to visit the plant where he works. He has not seen a real American man till this moment and his notion of the USA and the American people has been built only by occasional rumours, favour... more

  • Little Laveau - a Magical Bedtime Story

    by Erin Rovin
    Join 'Little Laveau' in this wonderful children's book as she journeys around the magical Louisiana Bayou, helping friends and animals wherever she goes! A perfect bedtime story for those who need a 'little' encouragement along the way. Little Laveau's friend Thomas is having bad dreams and he doesn't know what to do. Luckily Little Laveau has just the cure! "When you have a bad dream gather up all those bad thoughts and put them in a jar. Take that jar and sprinkle those dreams right do... more
  • BONEYARD 11

    by Linton Robinson

    Pretty Woman" meets "The Godfather" in a border prison. Convicted drug lord Gaspar lost his wife and family, but wants company and prison visits, so he arranges a marry with a beautiful call girl--but he had no idea what he was getting into. The sweet, gentle Nan steps up to being a wife--and when Gaspar is attacked and harried by Feds and gangs, she strikes back with spectacular fury. 

    What’s a nice call girl like Nan doing in a place like the penitentiar... more

  • The Way of THE WEEKEND WARRIOR

    by Linton Robinson
    Weekends are hell. If you do them right. That's the subtext of the columns scrawled by Wiley from various states of semi-consciousness as he slinks out of the woodwork and insinuates himself into the soft underbelly of Southern California consciousness. Wilier than a coyote, badder than Santa, Gonzo'er than Dr. Duke, the Wilester lays waste to everybody in range, not least himself. There are two tributaries to the flow of "The Way of the Weekend Warrior": a normal (more of less) plot of a de... more
  • MAYAN CALENDAR GIRLS

    by Linton Robinson
    When it came to calendars, those ancient Mayans got a lot of things right. But they also missed a few bits. So TEAM 2012 fills in the whole picture: a batch of hot, sassy Calendar Girls who are all about getting their hands on the purloined clues to what will really happen on 20/12/2012. If they can pull off the investigations and daring raids needed to keep this cosmic lore (and their own bods) out of evil hands, they just might save the world... or at least enjoy the happy ending. And they hav... more
  • The Elephants of Art: An Educational Art Story

    by Jo O'Mara
    The Elements of Art are the artist’s guide to creativity: line, shape, color, texture, space, value & form. We use them everyday in everything we do and it’s never to early for children to take notice. The Elephants of Art is the first in a fun series of educational art stories that introduce young kids to these basics and art history as well. This entertaining story will capture different levels of interest for children ages 2 and up. In the first book we meet Little Toulouse, a tiny but tenac... more
  • The Fall

    by Chana Keefer
    Rapha, a powerful angel, had seen it all in his countless years of service. at least he thought he had. Then he met Adam. Lucifer had it all, Adonai's favor, Rapha's friendship and unrivaled power throughout creation. But he wanted more. THE FALL is a biblical retelling of ancient times through the eyes of an angel who was once best friends with Lucifer. Part suspense, part love story, this epic retelling of the fall of Lucifer — through the eyes of an angel who was once his best friend — exami... more
  • Fanny and Dora's South American Adventure

    by Jason le Grange
    Who says that travel should be age restricted? There are no naked men and women running around on a plane -- oh dear, technically not correct -- Mile High Club! Fanny and Dora’s South American Adventure takes two fabulous and very glamorous ladies (focus, readers, focus!) on a life-changing trip to Brazil (Sugar Loaf Mountain, an inspiration for cake), Argentina (Tango and Don’t Cry for Me Argentina all- in-one), Easter Island (where the Easter Bunny lives), Chile, (where you can eat lots of chi... more
  • IMAGINARY LINES

    by Linton Robinson
    Tales, interviews, and culture/culinary essays that drew fans in border region papers and Harpers magazine, IMAGINARY LINES gives a warm, humorous, sometimes dark portrait of frontiers not just of the Mexico/California border, but of many invisible fault lines in the human condition: rich/poor, third/first world, home/foreign, male/female. A rare collaboration between two writers across some of the more obvious lines - Catholic Mexican mother Ana Maria Corona and jaded American muckraker Linton ... more
  • BAILIN'

    by Linton Robinson
    Cole Haskins and Bunny Beaumont are crazy in love, which is sometimes good for their careers robbing banks, sometimes not. When even Cole’s lightning draw and Bunny’s steel-nerved driving doesn’t keep them from blowing a big heist in south Texas and have to split to Mexico to hide and heal up, they end up losing money on an armored car robbery that wrecks a town, but luck into an embezzler about to be killed by a bounty hunter. They save him—for a stiff price—but by the time they smuggle him bac... more
  • SWEET SPOT

    by Linton Robinson
    A romantic adventure set in Mazatlán, Mexico amid the world's third largest Carnival celebration and violence and corruption with a uniquely Mexican feel. Mundo Carrasco, baseball hero turned journalist, isn't in danger from the "narco" cartels, or whoever murdered the Mayor--it's the woman he longs for that will get him dead if he doesn't watch out. Mazatlan’s riotous carnival explodes into murder, love, sex, kidnapping…and baseball. If anybody wondered why star journalist Mundo Carr... more
  • Not All of Me Is Dust

    by Frances Richardson

    Not All Of Me Is Dust is an account of the cost exacted by living out a high ideal. Specifically, it tells the story of three members of a particular family: imaginative, high-spirited Clare Engle, whose childhood fantasies of Christian perfection are realized in the shattering actuality of adulthood; her beautiful, conflicted sister, Kathleen; and her brother, Stephen, a priest and poet, and the hero of the novel.

  • Jane's LEGACY

    by maurice holloway
    200-year-old JANE AUSTEN manuscripts uncovered during World War II were lost before the world could see them. Now these writings have been rediscovered! GREED and DEATH play their part as avaricious dealers, prosperous collectors and even friends, try to get their hands on these papers worth many MILLIONS. Charing Cross Road, once London’s literary hub, will never be the same again.
  • Messed Up... by Choice

    by Nikita
    Isha has a fearless and free-spirited personality. She is an observer, believes in self-talking ritual and speaks her mind all time. Her parents' faith and blind trust in her, pushed this attitude to endeavor the unknown territories of human existence. She was living a satisfied and protected life in a small town in India, until one day when she had to move out to pursue higher studies. And then, she was on her own. Eventually, her experimental approach towards unfolding the events of life resul... more

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