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  • House of the Last Man on Earth

    by Robert B Marcus Jr and Ryan B Marcus
    Richard Johnson, an average college student, just spent his last dime on food, lost his wealthy girlfriend, and had his bike stolen. To add to his misery, he returns to his apartment where he runs into his strange neighbor, nicknamed The Ghoul. Convinced that this bizarre man is more than he seems, Richard and his land lady's bull dog, Khan, sneak into The Ghoul's apartment where they find a timegate to the future. Along with his set theory teacher and her brother, they embark upon a soaring an... more
  • Mother of Demons

    by Maynard Sims

    The hunt is on!

    Alice Logan has gone missing, and Harry Bailey and Department 18 have been called to help find her. The main suspect is Anton Markos, a satanic cult leader who has a predilection for young women like Alice. Members of Markos’s cult start turning up dead—shredded by what seems to be a wild animal. Is there a madman within the cult? Or is it something far more horrible?

    Can Department 18 discover the impossible truth and end the spree of murder, insanity ... more

  • The Last Bucelarii (Book 1): Blade of the Destroyer

    by Andy Peloquin
    The Hunter of Voramis is the perfect assassin: ruthless, unrelenting, immortal. Yet he is haunted by lost memories, bonded to a cursed dagger that feeds him power yet denies him peace of mind. Within him rages an unquenchable need for blood and death. When he accepts a contract to avenge the stolen innocence of a girl, the Hunter becomes the prey. The death of a seemingly random target sends him hurtling toward destruction, yet could his path also lead to the truth of his buried past?
  • Waking the Merrow

    by Heather Rigney
    In 1772, angry Rhode Island colonists set fire to a British ship, sparking the American Revolution. Taxation without representation was a motivator. So was the vengeful, man-eating mermaid who had it out for the commanding officer. That was then. This is now. Mermaids, or merrow, still hunt in Narragansett Bay, but these days they keep a lower profile. At night, centuries-old Nomia seduces smutty frat boys, lures them into icy waters, and feeds them to her voracious kin. By day, she and her half... more
  • More Than Human: the Mensa Contagion

    by Steven M. Moore
    “People of Earth! You’ve just won a complete makeover of your society that brings peace and prosperity. What will you do next?” “Why, go to Mars, of course!” This epic sci-fi tale relates how an invading ET virus affects Earth’s social structures and subsequent space exploration. Steve Moore, author of the sci-fi series “The Clones and Mutants Trilogy” and “The Chaos Chronicles Trilogy,” has returned to sci-fi after a brief hiatus with this new novel that reads like a combination of Heinlei... more
  • Something Wiccan (Shadow Tales, Book 2)

    by James Drummond
    After discovering a family secret in the attic, Natalie Sherwood also begins to discover some unsettling things about herself. As she starts experimenting with her newfound abilities, she accidentally summons beings who strive to kill her and steal her magical powers. After saving his hometown from a pack of savage werewolves, Toby Hoffman is recruited by an elite group of international hunters to help confront supernatural creatures across the globe. Saving Natalie from the beings she's brou... more
  • Alice: The Leader

    by Gabriella Dennany
    The government has taken over the United States in a horrifying way. Terrorists run across the streets, and when Alice Rosemarie Lee encounters one her whole world changes. Her brother, whom is her only family, is suddenly gone, leaving her alone. With the help of a mysterious, handsome stranger, and a troubled killer, Alice embarks on a hard emotional and physical journey to claim a normal life once more. And to make things worse, unexpectedly she has to take up the role of a leader. That is th... more
  • Ain't No Grave

    by S. A. Softley
    When a medical emergency causes a plane to make an emergency landing at an isolated northern Canadian airfield, a single survivor is left to piece together the events that found him unconscious and alone in the medical centre of a recently abandoned ghost town. Naked, sick and hungry, he must use his knowledge and skill to survive the sub-arctic winter and uncover the secrets of the town's final days. His revelations will lead him on a quest to seek redemption and help the scattered survivors of... more
  • The Thief and the Sacrifice

    by Kevin C. Bennett
    Captured by Nazis fresh from plundering ancient ruins for occultic artifacts, GI Floyd Sandburg finds himself dragged behind an overloaded caravan of harried shock troops and POWs. Among flotsam from antiquity strewn haphazardly across the desert by careless Third Reich-ers, he discovers a relic. A very special relic; one that seems to give him the ability to travel through space and time. Using the relic Floyd escapes, and soon finds himself hypnotized and unaccountably obsessed with his u... more
  • Youngtimer: Adventures in Time (Book 1)

    by G.G. Fulton

    WILDLY FUN TIME TRAVEL ADVENTURE

    Follow Carly, and her best friend Patti, on this romp through time, as they carry out Carly's big plans: Flip the Skip, Adventure Down Under, One True Direction, Greek Sisters, and 1989 Rewind. You'll have a blast (from the past), with plenty of fast-paced action and adventure.

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  • The Novel Life of Coral Ambrose

    by Bonnie Ballou
    Would you like to live in a book? Coral Ambrose is a personal trainer by day and an avid reader by night, but a five-year gap in her memories has driven her to record every aspect of her life and to save every book she ever read. With an apartment bulging with books and journals she visits a used bookstore owner who gives her an unusual messenger bag he claims will give her clarity about her problem. But first, the bag appears to actually pull her into novels she’s never read—much to Cor... more
  • The First

    by Kipjo Ewers

    The First, by Kipjo K. Ewers, tells the origin story of Sophia Dennison, the first and most powerful superhuman on the planet.

    Genres: Action / Adventure / Science Fiction / Superhero / Women's Fiction

    Synopsis:

    Sophia Dennison wanted a normal life. She wanted to raise a family with the love of her life, and further her medical career as an up and coming surgeon in neurology… But everything changed when she was convicted and senten... more

  • The First: EVO Uprising

    by Kipjo Ewers

    Seven years after the Judgment Virus, also known as the EVO Virus, infected the planet, a portion of the Earth’s population of humans has died, while another portion received powers and abilities. Super humans now walked the Earth. Some use their abilities for good taking up the mantel of heroes, others for evil becoming villains, and the rest join and form super human military units within their respective countries building towards another possible Cold War.

    Sophia Dennison, the... more

  • The Ebola Flight

    by Shirley Bourrage
    At 35,000 feet in the air, the Ebola virus mutates and becomes an airborne strain which causes mayhem and tragedy during an international flight over the Atlantic Ocean. As the body count mounts, will there be any survivors when the plane lands? Is this a natural mutation of the Ebola virus or is it something more sinister? Take a quick ride while reading this action-packed thriller aboard a claustrophobic plane with narrow seats, sick passengers, and recirculating air.
  • The Journeyman (The Commons, Book 1)

    by Michael Peck

    Michael Alan Peck recently won the Illinois Library Association's 2015 Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Contest for his contemporary fantasy novel The Journeyman. The Journeyman is the first book in The Commons series. It was published in January 2015 and is available for sale on Amazon.

    In The Journeyman, three unlikely heroes board a doomed bus. Destination: the afterlife. Their mission: to save forever. But first they have to save themselves.

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  • The Diary of a Witch

    by Mary Nicholson
    Twenty-eight-year old Daphne Butler is a beautiful, mild-mannered bookstore clerk. She experiences the same ups and downs as her fellow San Franciscans. She is also a witch. Her "skills" are so unique, powerful demons want to claim her and present her to Satan as a new bride. But an even more powerful demon wants her too and he will stop at nothing to have her...

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