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20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Master of Illusion Book One by Anne Rouen

Master of Illusion Book One was the winner of the Silver Medal for Modern Historical Literature Fiction in the 2014 Global Ebook Awards and is popular in Fan Fiction forums. The book was partly inspired by Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, The Phantom of the Opera, and is a story of murder, magic, music and obsession that follows the lives of unlikely childhood friends, Angel and Elise, set to [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Master of Illusion Book Two by Anne Rouen

Master of Illusion Book Two was a nominee in the Global Ebook Awards' Best Modern Historical Literature Fiction novel in 2015 and is popular in Phantom of the Opera Fan Fiction forums. This novel picks up the story of Angel and Elise in Paris 1892, and the tale of the tormented genius and his childhood friend continues in an entanglement of secrets and subterfuge. Elise has grown from the [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Angel of Song (Master of Illusion Book 3) by Anne Rouen

This, the third novel in the Master of Illusion series, was winner of the Bronze Medal for Modern Historical Literature Fiction in the 2016 Global Ebook Awards and is a historical romance set in the period of The Great War on the western front. Angel and Elise—now known as Madame Dupont and the marquis de Bois—have become guardians and mentors to the Parisian debutante Angelique de [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Three Seasons - Three Stories of England in the Eighties by Mike Robbins

Three Seasons is a book of three novellas, unconnected with each other, but all set in the south of England in the 1980s. In Spring, a middle-aged Hull trawler skipper, his great days gone, has one last throw of the dice in a South Coast port. In Summer, an ambitious young man makes his way in the booming Thames Valley property market, unconcerned with the damage he does to others. Finally, in [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Meddling With Murder - A Crouch End Confidential Mystery by Ellie Campbell

Chasing lost cats up trees is as dangerous as it gets for Cathy's confidential problem-solving agency, until she's hired to investigate a mysterious gun, a stolen bike, and her best friend's wayward fiancé. Can Cathy stop a crime spree and track down a killer before husband Declan forces her to abandon the turbulent city for a quiet country life? This is the third in the humorous Crouch [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Love, Lies and Other Deceptions - A Collection of Short Romances and Twisty Tales by Ellie Campbell

Love can be quite a trip! Whether it's that first magnetic encounter with a fascinating stranger, the desperate wait for a call that never comes, or even the lies and deceptions of an illicit affair, there's nothing like the power of attraction to have us acting like crazy fools. Many of these nineteen funny, twisty or thoughtful short tales by bestselling novelist Ellie Campbell, (aka sisters [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Among Friends - Travels in Cuba by Heather Murray

Among Friends: Travels in Cuba was inspired by my four trips to Cuba between 2008 and 2015, during which I got to know a number of Cubans quite well by traveling with them, living with them or just talking to them. They showed me a Cuba I wasn't expecting, and a Cuba I fell more and more in love with each time I went there. My closest friend there is Julian, a university professor of medical [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

A Town Called Wonderful, Part 2 of 4 - from Book 1 of The Underlands Series by Michael Lacey

The underlands wait to give and take, and Luminants come to find their fate. Thomas's parents disappeared mysteriously a decade ago. His childhood more-than-friend, Emily, joins him as they follow a secret map that his dad left. They stumble upon a hidden land under the earth and a town called Wonderful. Lost and trapped, they fight to escape this dark underland, finding restraint around every [...]


20. Feb 2018
★★★★★

The Trial - Dark Urban Scottish Crime Story (Parliament House Books Book 1) by John Mayer

The first full length novel in The Parliament House Books series. Brogan McLane escapes a life of poverty and crime in Glasgow Scotland to become a High Court lawyer. But can he escape the injustice he discovers in the hallowed halls of Parliament House in Edinburgh? McLane's life goes into free fall when an old enemy, High Court Judge Lord Aldounhill is found dead and he is arrested and [...]


19. Feb 2018
★★★★★

A Reluctant Melody - Will she risk losing everything ... including her heart? by Sandra Ardoin

For such a complex novel filled with twists and turns, the story line of A Reluctant Melody remains clear, easy to follow, and captures your attention throughout. ~~ 5-Star Review The novel A Reluctant Melody came about during the writing of my Christmas novella The Yuletide Angel. I needed a problem for the hero of the novella to overcome, so I created a brother and a rift between them that [...]


19. Feb 2018
★★★★★

The Yuletide Angel by Sandra Ardoin

"This was a fun quick read that celebrates the season of giving in a way that inspired me to look for opportunities to be generous as well." – One of 55 Amazon 5-Star Reviews Although The Yuletide Angel is fiction, as the author, my hope is that those who read it experience the same reaction as the person who left the above review. This Christmas romance novella takes the reader into a [...]


18. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13 by Barbara Roman

Have you ever noticed how people are like light bulbs? They come in many sizes and shapes, varying in their intensity and in their ability to bring us out of the darkness that hovers over us. They are dim, bright, or brilliant depending on their beliefs and behaviors. So it is with the delightful characters in "Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13." An essay that I wrote many [...]


18. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Water Town by Laurel Veil

While seventeen-year-old Ronnie's classmates are going on vacation (including her dad), she's heading off to spend her summer on an island with family she hardly knows. Ronnie's nervous, but at least she's going to be able to get a part-time job, babysit her cousin and make lots of money for future college expenses. Ronnie knows if she keeps her expectations low, she won't be disappointed if she [...]


18. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Chainsaw Honeymoon by Steven Ramirez

"In this tale of a daughter literally trying to scare her estranged parents back together, Steven Ramirez combines the horror/slasher film and literature genres with the light comedy/romance of a Cary Grant film. Both genres present challenges on their own. What is amazing about Chainsaw Honeymoon is how Ramirez surmounts both of these demands. Added to these accomplishments is his ability to [...]


18. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Death Comes For the President by William Turner

Death Comes for the President profiles the murder of the president. After returning from an economic summit, the president cannot be roused from a perceived sleep. He has been poisoned. Because the president was much loved and admired, the United States is ready to wage war, but wants to make sure the right country is targeted. Renown sleuth Sir Robert, who has assisted heads of governments [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Lessons from a Difficult Person - How to Deal with People Like Us by Sarah H. Elliston

I wrote this book because I wondered why we label others difficult and don't tell the difficult person. I experienced being told that I was being difficult when I was 50 years old. I realized I had been doing it all my life and nobody ever explained it to me so that I could consider changing. The title is designed for the reader to understand my story and then experience a series of exercises [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Dolphin Girl - First Contact by Leonard Mead

Dolphin Girl is based on a beautiful conversation I had with my daughter, Izarah, about the sea and dolphins and pollution and how humans interact with the marine environment. She is unschooled, and we love the sea and spend as much time there as possible. Dolphin Girl - First Contact is the first of many books to come, both in this series and other books. Izarah and I felt that this may be a [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Are You Living Or Just Existing? (Tony Sayers Book 1) by Tony Sayers

So I was inspired to write this book because I can see that the World is really in a difficult place right now, there is so much going on that we should be concerned about, if not for ourselves but for future generations. I wanted this book to be a catalyst to help people think outside the box and question everything we have been told. It's a correlation of around five years worth of research [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Whispers of the Past by Owen Clough

Whispers of the Past is a time travel novel when three young men slip back to the 1860's to just before the start of the New Zealand war in the Waikato.Follow the three men as they try desperately to find there way back to their century. Learn about an important part of New Zealand history, even though some parts of the story is fiction it's based on fact.The story is not male gender but suits [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Guardian Angel (Master of Illusion Book 4) by Anne Rouen

Guardian Angel is a historical romance adventure set in World War II France. Fans of The Nightingale and The Lost Wife are sure to love this riveting saga. From the winner of the Global Ebook Awards Silver and Bronze Medal for Historical Literary Fiction in 2014 & 2016 comes the fourth book in the stunning Master of Illusion series. Synopsis: Famous ten-year-old French singer Nicolas de [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Rise and Run - A Broken Man Novel by RJ Plant

From the first cover design concept to the finished product, my thought process was: less Baz Luhrmann, more Guy Ritchie. I think that speaks volumes of the novel itself. Rise and Run started life as a crime noir short story. I fell in love with the characters and their evolution. From the pacing to the literary noir elements, everything just came together. Now, Rise and Run is a noir thriller [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

The Chairmen - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 4) by Robert I. Katz

I am a physician who spent many years in an academic practice. The Chairmen is the fourth book in the Kurtz and Barent mystery series. All four books have been informed by my medical and academic experience. In this book, the Chairman of Cardiac Surgery is about to retire. The Chairman of Anesthesiology is making himself so obnoxious that his department is in open revolt and the Chairman of [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

Six Epic Adventure Novels (Into the Americas / The Orphan Trilogy / The World Duology) by Lance Morcan

Writing 'Six Epic Adventure Novels' spanned a decade of our lives – or more if the time spent researching is taken into account. Though demanding, it was a labor of love for us as adventure is one of our favorite genres whether it be writing or reading novels. This box set's main attraction to readers is the variety it offers. It's a mix of wide-ranging genres and includes international [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

DEBUNKING HOLOCAUST DENIAL THEORIES - Two Non-Jews Affirm the Historicity of the Nazi Genocide by Lance Morcan

The alarming global increase in anti-Semitism was, for us, a primary motivation to write 'Debunking Holocaust Denial Theories'. Obviously, it's a book we'd prefer didn't need to be written because the Jewish community has been through all this before. And more than once! (It seems we humans never learn). Not surprisingly, this book has been targeted by anti-Semites – as you'll see if you [...]


17. Feb 2018
★★★★★

The Orphan Conspiracies - 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy by Lance Morcan

This book is more conspiracy fact than theory. It was borne out of reader curiosity for it was not something we ever intended to write. Nor was a non-fiction work something we ourselves would have naturally considered penning given we are novelists and feature filmmakers who specialize in writing and producing drama and works of fiction. However, when 'The Ninth Orphan', the first book in our [...]



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