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Lady Excalibur, Bane of Wolves

The Old Ones have scattered and now it is up to Lady Excalibur and her cohorts to hunt them down. But who is hunting who? A new Old One on the scene has a slightly different approach to world conquest....

Old Friends And New Enemies

The body on the mortuary slab wasn’t who Glasgow PI Charlie Cameron was looking for. But it wasn’t a stranger. Suddenly, a routine missing persons investigation becomes a fight for survival. As Charlie is dragged deeper into Glasgow’s underbelly he...
Author: Owen Mullen

The Digger's Daughter

Set in Geelong and the goldfields of Australia, this sequel to Search for the Light follows Helen’s daughter, Jane, who proves to be the most resilient of her siblings. Strong, single-minded, tough; she is determined to survive everything life throws...
Author: Rosemary Noble

The Puppeteer

I closed my eyes and focused on the fire in my hand, then sighed in relief when it went out. The trouble was, the heat inside me did not fade. It burned with the anger I could not release, with...
Author: Shannon Reber

Red Ground: The Forgotten Conflict

AFRICA. Where corruption often rules and human life can be the most worthless commodity. Read the story of Sierra Leone and its people in this bloody, harrowing, and heart breaking suspense thriller.
Author: Ken Fry

Contradiction

Contradiction is a riveting and dynamic account in which Charles Carpenter unveils the core of why at risk youth become attracted to gang subculture. Charles Carpenter shares his personal experience regarding his attraction to gang life. Profound insight is offered...

Mix and Match Murder

Josua Valentine is on the verge of hanging up his private detective business when one last case walks through his door.
 
But what do you do when you're a down and out Private Detective and your best friend begs...

Once Again to Zelda

Mary Shelley dedicated Frankenstein to her father, her greatest champion. Charlotte Brönte dedicated Jane Eyre to William Makepeace Thackeray for his enthusiastic review of the book’s first edition. Dostoyevsky dedicated The Brothers Karamazov to his typist-turned-lover Anna Grigoyevna. And, as...