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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Retribution

    by James Rosone

    After two bloody years of war…

    … America has united for one common cause.

    The global conspiracy to dismantle the country is finally exposed. The perpetrators of these heinous acts are being hunted down and dealt with by JSOC and the CIA Special Activities Division.

    Knowing the war is lost, the Chinese begin to implement a complete scorched earth policy across large swaths of America. Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California a... more

  • Vengeance

    by James Rosone

    The UN peacekeeping force is in tatters…

    …but China remains.

    The American people finally rally to defense of their own country. Can the effects of the disinformation campaign be rectified?

    The world has never seen America’s wrath like this before.

    The United States reveals a new superweapon and threatens to use it to settle the score, but China is waging a new type of total war. The insidious detail... more

  • Invasion

    by James Rosone

    A world has been deceived, and a war has begun…

    America has been invaded and stands isolated, alone, and without allies…

    Lines have been drawn; sides have been chosen—brother against sister, father against daughter, parents against their children.

    Battles rage from the Midwest to the Great Plains as militia factions form and political frustrations turn to violence.

    The UN peacekeepers are hailed as liberators in th... more

  • Peacekeepers

    by James Rosone

    It isn’t the only time…

    …a US presidential election has been disputed.

    But this time, it might lead to war.

    For the first time in history, UN peacekeeping troops are amassing at the northern border. Marshall Tate has set up his new headquarters in Canada. The world watches. Tensions run high across the country.

    Will a second civil war tear the country apart?

    In the shadows an... more

  • Rigged

    by James Rosone
    "Rigged is a riveting, relevant, relentless rollercoaster-ride of a thriller—and kicks off an action-packed series that’s already four books long and counting." —The Real Book Spy Who has real power? The people in the shadows… …behind the presidents of the world. Cloaked in secrecy and loyal to their leaders, the masters of manipulation play at an entirely different level. They pull the strings and sow the seeds of division. What is their plan? An election approaches. The new U... more
  • Battlefield Ukraine

    by James Rosone

    When superpowers collide…

    …a single shot can ignite a global disaster.

    Will the Ukrainian conflict start WWIII?

    Barely settled into the White House, the new American President is faced with a choice. With the smartest military advisers by his side, and the Joint Chiefs prepared for war, he must give the order.

    Who will he listen to?

    What’s the correct move?

    In Moscow, the memory of the long winter never fades. The Ukrain... more

  • Battlefield Korea

    by James Rosone

    The world’s eyes watch…

    …but it’s what they don’t see that matters.

    With eyes on Europe, will North Korea exploit this chance?

    While the soldiers of the 2nd Infantry Division patrol the DMZ, China convinces North Korea to mobilize. This is the scenario the Chinese have been planning for and they’re ready.

    A surprise attack in Europe has NATO reeling.

    The new American Presid... more

  • Battlefield Taiwan

    by James Rosone

    Is it too late to stop the dominoes from falling?

    Not since the US pulled out of Vietnam has the communist threat been so real.

    Taiwan is at risk.

    If America loses its ally in the Pacific Rim, the Chinese will be one step closer to dominating all of Asia. Japan, Thailand, the Philippines—no one will be safe from their hostile takeover.

    The President must act. Force is needed, but the deployment won’t be popular. Politics ar... more

  • Festival of the Elves: The Magic Around You

    by Angeli Elliott
    Holly Figgyworth and her brother Noel began their adventure on a twinkly, swirly, snowy night. Away from the North Pole for the first time, they were determined to share the elf tradition of merriment and kindness with the Puddington family. Through their journey they discovered the true meaning of Grandpa Figgyworth's favorite saying, "The magic around you is the magic you make."
  • Pavers services

    by solidgreen12
    Everyone's needs beautiful garden and lawns walk ways for the house. We are creating the attractive stone worked sculptures and lawns, Artificial grass Installation in Los Angeles for our clients. Making benefits and improving believability are the footholds. We are ready to handle the the small and large landscape works with the limited cost. We have a party of planning, scene, and nursery plan specialists wit... more

    by aaw12
    Each kitchen hold machines make our work very fast. Using electronic machines it make our work effectively and burn-through our time so to buy kitchenware online. Like clothes washers it will wash our garments inside in a moment and it is anything but difficult to do it. We are the organization which gave marked organization items to the customers. Our publicizing authorities will assist you with getting all in any case you woul... more
  • The Magical Christmas Tree

    by L.M Haynes
    El Capit á n is the fictional story of an immigrant family with three young boys arriving in the United States to find their Opportunity. There are many kinds. It's why people cross those borders; leaving home; leaving behind what they know. Often you don't get to know what kind of opportunity until you're committed, and you can't go back. Mario Center, "Rio", at eight is the middle child. He dreams of soccer, finding his opportunity when he interrupts the "Maestros" playing a game of footb... more
  • The Word Trove

    by Elias Vorpahl
    In this book you meet ‘a word’ that has lost its meaning. On its fantastic journey through the world of language, it attempts to rediscover its meaning all on its own. "There are thousands of paths for you to take. Recognising the path that gives you meaning is the greatest challenge of all." The search for one’s own meaning – this is the subject of this clever, moving and beautifully presented novel. "Saying the right words at the right time is like magic." “Elias Vorpahl tells a st... more
  • El Capitan: Inspired by True Stories

    by Clever Publication
    Carlos Solari pens a sports-adventure, immersively well-crafted book titled “El Capitán” In this day and age, it’s quite a challenge to find inspiration to do more, becoming their own best versions and see greatness in their everyday lives. This is exactly what author Carlos Solari wants to share with his readers and more. He creates a wonderful story of an immigrant family from Ecuador that landed in Queens and why people cross those borders; leaving home; leaving behind what they know. T... more
  • I'm a Keeper

    by Robert Scully
    Being a zoo keeper is hard work —you will be surprised to see how this keeper makes it look so easy.
  • Stumble Trip Fall

    by Robert Scully
    A book for children or those young at heart about a bear and his search for where he belongs. Along the way he encounters a fox, a mole, a goat and a duck who keep him moving to finally discover where he is most at home.