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  • Justice

    by Sarah Ciacia
    “I’m not broken, but I’m far from repaired.” Justice is a suicidal teenager whose life is not only saved but suddenly worth saving when she turns the knife on her abusive father. Self-orphaned, she literally closes the door on his body and reinvents herself. Yet some harsh realities never change. Justice is still bullied at school, particularly for her rumoured affair with her science teacher, something they’re compelled to explore. But Justice’s new life doesn’t stay perfect for long, and... more
  • Pittwater

    by Kevin E M Clark
    Two teenage girls, Paula and Lindsay, are about to go to college. They skip school to go to an ABC concert at the Sydney Concert Arena. In the crowded arena the young girls dance, sing and move to the rhythm of their parents’ music they grew up with. As they hide in the toilets to smoke a joint, Lindsay’s eyes are attracted by a drawing and a note scrawled in lipstick on the wall. When the Monster enters my Brain, I will never know, but it’s here to stay. Catch me before I do more! There’s a p... more
  • Who Murdered Tanya?

    by Bertie Angammana
    People like to read a thrilling story, whether it is based on facts or fiction. This is a story of a widow who was relatively wealthy and had made many enemies. (Her immediate members of the family and also a close relation: the defendant who became obsessed with her, perhaps for her money or for her love!) Having studied the history of the victim and the overwhelming circumstantial evidence, the prosecution was adamant it was the defendant who had the motive to murder Tanya and then burn her t... more

    by PG Lengsfelder
    A haunting tale, inspired by real events, driven by timeless legends . . . After years of abuse for her albinism and macabre face, Eunis believes she’s finally turned her life around and shed the superstitious beliefs that tormented her as a child. Now on the precipice of a successful television career, she’s offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel as part of a global TV crew investigating the surreal weather in South Africa’s isolated Land of the Silver Mist. There’s just one p... more
  • The House of Wynne Lift

    by Cheryl Pena
    Professor Foster Livingston and reporter Peter Wylie join forces in New York, but they are at odds with each other from the start. Despite frequent arguments, they journey through the wilderness to find wealthy recluse, Wynne Lift, missing from society for two decades. Intrigued with his story, they follow reports of Lift’s whereabouts in a cave in the desert, but what they find is far from what they expect. Inside, they must match wits with Lift and try to unravel a mystery twenty years in the ... more
  • Moscow's Ashes

    by R.H. Johnson
    Russia’s president will stop at nothing to resurrect the Soviet Union and, in the process, drive a wedge between the United States and its European allies. Invasions of Ukraine and Georgia are just the beginning. When Vasily Burov eyes more tempting prey, he vows to use nuclear force against anyone who tries to stop him.
  • The One Who Rules

    by Tanner B. Owen
    An author accidentally discovers evidence of a global conspiracy the likes of which the world has never seen. After a freak accident followed by a horrific crime, even the author’s friends and loved ones are endangered. The only way to save everyone is to expose the conspirators all at once before the evidence can be erased forever. A terrifying race against time erupts to outwit and outmaneuver an unimaginably powerful secret organization. Nobody else can know. Nobody else can help. It’s a lone... more
  • Coyote

    by Ashley Brandt
    Beware the man of many faces… Eighteen-year-old Raven Thatcher is a coyote shapeshifter and newly promoted pack warrior. On the eve of her first duty assignment, Raven is attacked by her boyfriend Jonathan, who has turned feral. Rescued by a beautiful stranger in the forest, Raven immediately becomes infatuated with the man in tribal art, the one who watches her in the shadows. When tragedy strikes the pack, Raven hunts for justice, forging her own path between duty and desire, honor and l... more
  • The Hunted Rose (Good Tales For Bad Dreams Book 5)

    by V.M. Sawh
    When her father is murdered by Nazis right before her eyes, seventeen-year-old Rose Harcourt must go on the run. She undertakes a harrowing journey through the forest in an effort to rescue the only family she has left—her Grandmother. With Nazis combing the forest looking for French rebels and fleeing Jews, Rose knows her mission is do-or-die. The journey to her Grandmother’s cottage is even more dangerous than she thought. A murderous wolf is stalking the forest and killing everyone it encount... more
  • Potts Better Butter Bakery

    by Sharon Anderson./S. D. Anderson
    What do you do when part of your past follows you from Las Vegas? Only that past was here at your feet, dead? Twins, Sativa and Indica Potts left their successful music careers behind to travel to the other side of the continent where they grew up, Cape Cod. Their dream to open a bakery to sell “better butter brownies and cookies” their Mother and Grandmother used to make was about to come true. They invested their life savings in a small shop at the end of West Main Street in the same to... more
  • National Security

    by Matt Sloane
    After serving his country in Detachment-Delta, Vince Carver parlays his elite skills into heading the kinetic protection division of a Silicon Valley security firm. Everything changes when his convoy is ambushed on American soil. Before he knows it, the CIA is back and embeds him in a world of slick intrigue and fast lies. Stuck protecting a client who might be a traitor and fending off foreign agents, Carver wonders if even the CIA is above suspicion.
  • The Dream Heist

    by Christina Farley
    Eighteen-year-old Aria Hale loves her job at her father’s dream therapy company where she enters dementia patients' dreams to save their memories. But when their lab is ransacked, two technicians are murdered, and her father is kidnapped, everything changes for her. Determined to find her father, Aria and her friends embark on a harrowing hunt across continents using the dreams of their enemies to guide them. But this dangerous journey plunges her into a world she never bargained for: decepti... more
  • No Amends

    by Angela Lam

    For Tang Young, life is mostly good. She shares a cozy beach house with her girlfriend, has a thriving real estate career, and a book she hopes to see published. But when every literary agent rejects the novel she has spent the last few years writing, she escapes to a bar in San Francisco where she meets a woman who inspires her. Tang hooks a literary agent with her new idea and thanks her muse with an afternoon of illicit desire. But the passion between them isn’t fleeting or casual, a... more

  • Chaos in my Wake

    by A.V. Shener
    Matt Evans never expected to be neck deep in debt by the age of twenty-three. His guilt following the death of his father had made him take a risky loan from local thug, Jeff Holden, and now time has run out. Determined to get his money back one way or another, Jeff brings forth an alternative deal. Matt is to assist a scientist with his covert projects to cover the debt, no questions asked. Although unconventional, the deal seems to be the only possible solution. But underneath the scient... more

    by Josephine Ashton
    In 1933, a Bauhaus'artist's secretive actions in Europe on the edge of World War II. In the late 1990ies, two transatlantic lovers, Erin Kelly, a Taos, New Mexico based photographer, and François Rosen, a creative, Paris businessman, get caught up in a tangled web of Nazi confiscated art. \t Their lives and that of many associates are in danger as they slowly begin to discover they are being pursued by someone who will not only murder thousands to get hold of... more
  • Rafael Jerome

    by Tobias Maxwell
    A fluke meeting in Paris brings the past into focus for two very different strangers. Gary Silverman, whose encounter with Rafael Jerome in 1949 led to a lifelong sense of loss, and Jeremy Jerome, clueless about his father’s misadventure in flashy Hollywood, circa ’49, who must deal with the consequences once Gary discloses misalliances. Always the dutiful son, Jeremy is determined to unearth his father’s true legacy. He follows his intuition that takes him to Ottawa then Calgary to find dec... more