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  • The Illusion of a Girl

    by LeeAnn Werner
    Perception is king, especially in a small Ohio town. Jessie Taylor seems like a normal 15-year-old girl, but she’s an illusion of what people expect her to be: a good girl, a smart girl, and most importantly, a girl from a respectable family. Her family may appear ordinary, even wholesome, but behind closed doors it’s an alcohol-soaked nightmare without reprieve. Jessie and her brother Brian, struggle bravely together as they fight to survive their violent father. Even the excitement of falli... more
  • Good Evil

    by David Crawford
    Byron Jones, teacher and industrial chemist, has been recently widowed but having taken time-off to look after his dying wife, he's trying to get back into the workforce. However his attempts at restarting his careerer have him wandering down strange paths, mixing with strange people. In Australia Byron encounters those who claim to be CIA but the links with that organisation are at best tenuous. A chicken farm turns out to be a cover for a depot of chemical and biological weapons. Mercenary ... more

    Ara, a young beautiful freshman in college has an unlikely and strange encounter with the President of Panamala Falls one night. Several days later, the paparazzi, the media and all social media platforms are on high pursuit of her with the wild accusations of being the President's mistress. It does not end there. She soon discovers she bears an uncanny resemblance to a mysterious and devastatingly attractive woman (Eliza) held behind bars for sixteen years for allegedly killing the president's... more
  • My Dad, The Earth Warrior

    by Gary Haq

    ** SHORTLISTED The Times/Chicken House Children's Fiction Competiton 2019**

    **GOLD MEDAL WINNER - Wishing Shelf Indpendent Book Awards 2018**

    ** BOOK OF THE MONTH - (School Zone) July 2018 ***

    Dad wakes up from a bump to head claiming to be an Earth Warrior sent to protect Mother Earth - and is soon up against a ruthless energy tycoon. Hero is forced to go along with Dad's new persona. And when Gran mysteriously disappears, Hero and Dad embark on a da... more

  • Voices of Yesterday

    by M.E. HEMBROFF

    In part one Kate is confused and overwhelmed about her parents' divorce. Her teacher gives the class an assignment to research and write aobut a historical event, person or place in Riverdale. Kate chooses the Franklin Manor where she lives with her Mom. Her classmate Rose finds information about a fire that left Kate's Gran an orphan. Kate sets this information aside until she has completed her assignment. As Kate continues her research, she finds her Great Aunt Rebecca's journal... more

  • The Boogieman

    by David Mellon

    This is a story of a make believe creature to capture the attention of a young audience. The

    story is made to be full of suspense to keep them reading and their imagination open. This book

    is fun for all ages to enjoy a great scare.

    Should you dare to read, the Boogieman might just get you.

    • The Apple

      by Devashish Sardana
      History's greatest mystery. Mankind's greatest theft. For 6000 years, they’ve protected Eden’s mysteries. Now someone is about to commit history’s most daring theft. Queen Azura would sacrifice her life to fulfill her ancestors’ sacred mission. For thousands of years the Sentinels have safeguarded Eden and the Tree of Immortality. But one fateful night she awakens to find a man with a bullet wound in his head and an empty branch where the apple once hung. He has no memories, not even h... more
    • The Mystery of the Old Purse

      by Richard Read
      Calista Snipe and her good friend, Skyler McCray, take a short cut home one day after school. They hope to get home before a nasty spring storm strikes. Their shortcut takes them through the spooky unkept areas of a local park. They do not escape the storm, but on their journey they make two unusual discoveries. These two discoveries soon lead the children on new adventures that will test their creativity, their imagination, and their courage. In solving the mystery of the old pur... more
    • Kit 'n Kat: The Nose Knows

      by Linda Felton Steinbaum
      Life hasn’t always been easy for 13 year old Katherine (Kat). Her dad died when she was young, they struggled to make ends meet, and recently her mother remarried and moved them to a new home far away from her friends. Being miserable and lonely, she was allowed to adopt a dog from the local shelter. She chooses Kit, a shy, nervous, funny looking, older puppy that no body wanted. Kit, as Kat found out, has a special gift, a very powerful nose. Together they become an unlikely search and rescue t... more
    • The Archfiend Artifact (The AEON Files Book 1)

      by Selena IR Drake
      Ever since her parents' bizarre murder, Cybil Starr has been stuck with her horrible grandmother. Now, on the cusp of her fifteenth birthday, Cybil has a new problem. Lately, new abilities have begun to manifest themselves in spectacular and terrifying ways. And worse, she can't control them. So when a vision shows her the theft of a hideous mirror, she’s not sure what to make of it. That is until a stranger saunters in with information linking the stolen artifact to Cybil's family. She learn... more
    • The Shockoe Slip Gang: A Mystery

      by Patricia Cecil Hass
      Twelve year-old Sally Corbett and her younger brother Andrew's bucolic summer routine in Richmond, Virginia is shattered when thieves steal a collection of antique colonial era toys, some owned by the Founding Fathers, believed to have been used to communicate coded messages between spies in secret from the British before the American Revolution.
    • I Know When You're Going To Die

      by Michael J. Bowler
      Leonardo Cantrell is a painfully shy sixteen-year-old who cannot look people in the eye. One night while he’s volunteering at a homeless shelter, an old man forces eye contact and gives Leo the power to see Death. His best, and only, friend—J.C. Rivera—thinks this new power is cool until Leo accidentally looks into J.C.’s eyes and “sees” his murder, a murder that will occur in less than two weeks. Stunned and shaken, the two boys sift through clues in Leo’s “vision” in a desperate effort to fi... more
    • CCNA Wireless

      by Sushanth p
      A Cisco Certified Network Associate Wireless professional will configure, implement and support wireless LANs. These professionals provide the necessary support for a basic enterprise wireless network on Cisco WLAN
    • The Skeleton and the Lantern

      by Sherri Kukla
      The fear that flowed through 13-year-old Jeremiah when he saw a man's body dangling from the power station tower on the way to the desert with his dad should have been a premonition. But he missed the clue. In the days ahead instead of just riding dirt bikes in the desert, he and his sister, Millie, 11, would encounter a ghostly skeleton haunting his family and the desert property they hoped to buy. The skeleton would prove to be a minor scare compared to later staring down the barrel of a gun a... more
    • The Maid of the Mist

      by Melissa Franckowiak
      Kobo Rakuten Get $5 off your first purchase (worth $5.01 or more) x Search by title, author, series Back to Fiction & Literature The Maid of the Mist ebook by Melissa Franckowiak Preview Now Save Preview View Synopsis 1 The Maid of the Mist by Melissa Franckowiak Buy the eBook Your price$8.69 USD Get $5 off (Save on your first purchase worth $5.01 or more) Add to cart Buy Now Add to Wishlist Or, get it for 4800 Kobo Super Points! See if you have enough points for ... more
    • Valentine act I of II

      by Elliott Morreau
      Welcome to Coalfields. A Town where everyone fits in. From murderers to rapists to paedophiles. And you. Yes, you. What? You think you’re so much different from them? That’s what Jack and Lia thought too. After all, what do two high school lovebirds have in common with a place like that? Nothing. Until one of them commits murder. But even then, who am I to Judge? After all, I'm merely an observer in the stars—a spectator. God. So out of all the people in the world, why observe ... more