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  • The Pirate Empress

    by Deborah Cannon

    "Women do not inherit anything but misery in China." So declares the Fox Faerie to the Ming princess Li in this historical fantasy epic, THE PIRATE EMPRESS. Li finds herself in the center of a vast and terrifying web of palace intrique, imperial politics and run-ins with pirates as she becomes a pirate leader forced to marry a cruel admiral in order to further her quest to save her abducted son—a future Son of Heaven. Malignant forces are gatherin... more

  • B00QL6DGJY

    by Christopher McDonald
    Dr. Lacy Miller is the Chief Medical Examiner for New York City. She sees many murders go unsolved and her need to find the persons responsible for the crimes leads her to develop a serum. A serum that will allow the dead to tell her their story. This highly unethical practice comes crashing down around her as the FBI and CDC become involved. The ripple effect of the serum continues to stack up leaving the world forever changed.
  • Scarlet Ambrosia: Blood Is The Nectar Of Life

    by David Gittlin
    How does a nice, Jewish accountant tell his parents he’s become a vampire? If only that was his biggest problem. A one night stand, an error in judgment, a wrong turn—words can barely describe the events that thrust Devon Furst into the arms of a beautiful vampire lover. The violent aftermath of that fateful night threatens to burn Devon’s eternal life down to ashes and endangers the lives of everyone close to him. Everything in Devon’s life changes in the span of a few hours. When he... more
  • AENIGMA: Would you dare to become a character in a book?

    by Erus Ludus

    Watch AENIGMA Book Trailer at http://youtu.be/auXYv3lveb0

    This is not a book. It is the longest riddle ever written.  Would you dare to solve it?

    It is the winter of the year 87 B.C. and a prophecy has been revealed at the Oracle of Delphi: “Seven they shall be to save the Treasure.” An Amazon, an Olympic athlete, a pirate, a stone princess, an Apollo's priest, the bearer of the Word, and a mysterious... more

  • 978-9491730139

    by Paul E. Horsman
    The lioness Maud is at eighteen already a black powerhouse of brawn. When she is ordered to fetch a young thief from a pirate town, she thinks it an easy task. Until she and Jurgis the thief find themselves running for their lives. Young warlock Basil sees his life threatened by a summons from the Warlockry Council, to prove his beauty. He knows his lame foot will betray him and escapes on the first ship out of town. On board he meets Yarwan, a handsome midshipman, who awakens feelings he ne... more
  • ROCCO'S WINGS (Tales of Terrakesh, Book 1)

    by Rebecca Merry Murdock

    Rocco is the only villager with wings. His wings are blue, and at night also bioluminescent. Rocco is captured by the cruel but beautiful urvogels (winged, human-like creatures) living on the cliffs of Upper Terrakesh. He witnesses the horrid punishment of urvogels getting their wings cut off - punishment for so-called vanity crimes. His new friends are facing trial - Basalt, Vesta, Magma and Iggy. If convicted, they will lose their wings. Rocco must decide if he should help them or escape on... more

  • PHOTOPLASM: A Haunting

    by Frank Pickard
    A photojournalist on assignment for a major publication takes a picture of a stately Victorian home and captures the image of an attractive, turn-of-the-century young minister who begins to haunt every picture she takes anywhere in the world. Caitlin Meyers is drawn deeper into her nightmare and compelled, for her sanity, to unravel the mystery of why the apparition of the holy man is obsessed with following her. Her journey reveals a centuries-old murder mystery and the evil souls that will not... more
  • Wind Catcher: A Chosen Novel

    by Jeff Altabef
    Juliet Wildfire Stone hears voices and sees visions, but she can’t make out what they mean. Her eccentric grandfather tells her stories about the Great Wind Spirit and Coyote, but he might as well be speaking another language. None of it makes any sense. When she stumbles upon a series of murders, she can't help but worry her grandfather might be involved. To discover the truth, Juliet must choose between her new life at an elite private school and her Native American heritage. Once she unco... more
  • The Tale of Onora: The Girl with the Solar Eyes (Volume 2)

    by Dylan Saccoccio
    In Book Two, a man struggles to convince his wife to allow his misbegotten son to stay in their home long enough to learn the truth of why he was absent from the boy’s life. At the western edge of the Caliphian Steppe, where fertile land gave way to a desert that married an ocean, a Queen despairs over her missing child while an elite convoy of Oussanean warriors uncovers how the prince bribed the Skywaymen to flee the kingdom. An unplanned brutal skirmish erupts, forcing the Oussaneans to engag... more
  • Gene. Sys. (Volume 1)

    by Aaron Denius Garcia
    The world is supposed to end in about a year. For Atom, that means his quest is about to begin. Genetically engineered by the scientists that will be setting off a nuclear apocalypse, Atom and eleven other Genetic Systems were created to restart humanity. When an outside attack expedites the plans for the extermination, Atom must find the courage and strength to lead himself and the other Genesys to survival.
  • The Tale of Onora: The Boy and the Peddler of Death (Volume 1)

    by Dylan Saccoccio
    At the core of this tale is a love story that spans a lifetime, wrapped in a gritty, epic, real man's fantasy that anyone can sink his or her teeth into. It is a beacon of truth in an enslaved world suffering from moral relativism and willful ignorance in the presence of Knowledge. For the mature fans of Harry Potter, A Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, Elder Scrolls, Legend of Zelda, Guild Wars, World of Warcraft, Fable, and Dragon Age, The Tale of Onora follows the journey of a young orp... more
  • A Door to Truth (Terram Soror Book 1)

    by J.S. Johnson
    In the near future, an accidental discovery leads to an international effort to explore a planet much like Earth. The first book in the Terram Soror trilogy, A Door to Truth introduces the international team of specialists who work to explore the newly discovered planet outside our solar system. Packed with scientific fiction as well as military-political intrigue, A Door to Truth has been favorably compared to many highly-acclaimed works by notable authors.
  • The Hob and the Deerman

    by Pat Walsh
    In a place where the everyday world and the Otherworld meet, anything can happen... Crowfield Abbey lies in ruins and a ghostly crawling man haunts the long abandoned rooms and cloisters. When Brother Walter the hob returns to the abbey, he finds it a desolate, troubled place. The ghost of a young girl waits in vain for her father to come from her. A boggart lurks in the abbey drain, and the statues and wall paintings are disappearing, one by one... And who is the mysterious Deerman of the f... more
  • Dream Warriors (Joey Cola Book 1)

    by D. Robert Pease
    Joseph Colafranceschi is a fifteen-year-old, self-described geek, living in the Bronx. The second youngest of twelve sons of the former U.S. ambassador to Italy, Joey discovers that a small Egyptian statuette, given to him by his father, endows him with power to control his dreams. After his brothers throw him down a manhole, Joey is drawn into a hidden society of warriors who have been battling a reincarnated Egyptian Pharaoh for over 3,000 years. In the dream world, everyone is not what the... more
  • Shadow Swarm

    by D. Robert Pease
    Aberthol Nauile doesn’t know that he beheld the creation of the world, ravaged by a war of the gods, and began anew; or that he led legions in a war that had raged since the dawn of time; or that he once rode on a dragon with his father. All he knows is that he awoke in a coffin deep within a tomb, hearing voices in his head, and now the whole world thinks he is their savior.
  • Noah Zarc: Declaration

    by D. Robert Pease
    As battles rage across the solar system, Noah must work to join together a rag-tag bunch of miners, farmers, and scientists who would rather just live in peace. With only a time-traveling ship full of animals and a general from the history books, the Zarc family has to stand against the full might of the Poligarchy. Will the truth about what really happened a thousand years in the past be enough to stop total war, or will Noah and his friends need to find another way to bring down a dictator?

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