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Book: The Casebook of Inspector Armstrong - Volume I by Martin Daley
Cornelius Armstrong is a Detective Inspector in Edwardian Carlisle. In the first of these two adventures, Armstrong investigates the brutal murder of a young Italian immigrant on the corner of West Walls and Dean Tait's Lane in November 1903. In doing so, Cornelius uncovers a far wider web of underworld crime. In the second case, the reciting of ghost stories in front of a blazing fire at an [...]
 
Book: Stop Surviving and LIVE! - How I Changed My Poverty Mindset to Control My Future by Miko Marsh
You're not a mediocre person, so don't live as if you are. If you're tired of spinning your wheels or feeling like you're just "here," it's time for a major change! Miko Marsh's "Stop Surviving and LIVE!" is helping people to transform their lives. Journey with the author as she walks you through the process she used to transition from poverty to provision mentally, emotionally, and financially. [...]
 
Book: Sharing Lives - Part 3 of the Foxwood Trilogy by Jan Marsh
Getting by with a little help from your friends has been very important to the residents of Foxwood during the three years of its existence as an 'intentional community' on the Welsh border. But when glamorous Tricia Anstey moves in, the dynamic of the community changes. Old friendships are threatened and the harmony of the house is shattered by the secrets of her colourful past. And in the wider [...]
 
Book: Below the Beltway by Taylor Marsh
Some men don't know what they've got until it's too late... Why should Alex Gantry tell Brian Marks she's leaving when he broke their agreement and lied about it for months? Landing in the Washington, D.C., Alex begins a new partnership with best friend, Berkley Banks. It's a dream for both women, and a new start for Alex, who was the hottest work-life balance coach among Hollywood elite. She's [...]
 
Book: Greetings from Barker Marsh by Tyson Hanks
"Greetings from Barker Marsh" Every town has a dark secret; Barker Marsh , Illinois has them all. A drifter's encounter with a local homeless man convinces him that the town of Barker Marsh, and the people in it, aren't what they seem and neither is he. Tyson Hanks presents his debut novel. "Greetings from Barker Marsh" is sure to cost you some sleep, and make you think twice before visiting a [...]
 
Book: Living with Jezebel - An In-Depth Look at the Queen of Narcissism, Her Tactics, and Three Generations of Destruction by Miko Marsh
Many are familiar with the biblical character known as Jezebel. Her name has become something of a tag used to describe a woman deemed to be of a shameless or immoral background. In reality, the woman was a malignant narcissist. Her actions have become a blueprint for narcissism and include terms we recognize today, such as - smear campaigns, character assassination, gaslighting, and so on. In [...]
 
Book: Foxwood - Another Year by Jan Marsh
It's a year since the Foxwood house was set up and the 'community' has grown. It's still home to Maggie, Julia, Ann, Jeff, Josh, Viv and Lewis, but there are also new residents, leading to shifts in allegiance and fallings out, as well as more cosy and intimate times. Add to the mix online dating, a Murder Mystery and the joys of bread making and this second book in the Foxwood trilogy proves [...]
 
Book: Living Space - The First Year of the Foxwood Community by Jan Marsh
Maggie strives to realise her vision of a shared community of friends living out their years in companionship and harmony on the Welsh Borders. But as the saying goes, life happens when you're busy making other plans and she hasn't reckoned on the dark secrets, the rivalries, the exes and the wayward offspring that her housemates have accumulated over the decades. A funny and thoughtful story [...]
 
Book: Politics by Other Means by Trevor Marsh
In the year 2361, humanity has spread out across the stars thanks to the discovery of a network of wormholes connecting many of the local star systems together. Putting aside their petty differences with the formation of the United Earth Federation, humanity has suddenly found itself neighbors to dozens of different alien species. Some are quite friendly and helpful, but others pose a dangerous [...]
 
Book: Love in the Limelight - A Drury Lane Romance by Jan Marsh
In the London of the 18th century, Drury Lane is at the heart of England theatrical life. New writers and managers strive to entertain theatre goers, while actors - and more recently actresses - compete for the public's affection and celebrity status. Into this sophisticated and competitive world comes Eliza Grahame, a pretty young girl from the slums, whose private life becomes as fascinating as [...]
 
Book: Diary of an (Almost) Baby Boomer - Volume 1 - The Big Birthday by Jan Marsh
Born in the same year as Goldie Hawn and Eric Clapton, Stella Hart - amateur wordsmith, book group devotee and inveterate watcher of property porn - may have led a less eventful life but she's had her moments, most of which have been recorded in the her diaries over the years. Even now, the year of the The Big Birthday, the entries continue, whether to chronicle her running battle with service [...]
 
Book: Leota - Dream Woman by Rita Karnopp
In 1855, the Great Spirit sends Leota, a psychic Blackfoot woman, on a mission to convince Chief Lame Bull not to sign a treaty. If she fails, the white man's government will steal all that belongs to the Blackfeet Nation. Lawyer Marsh Pepperhorn comes west to join his family and finds them murdered, except for his mouthy nephew Tanner, who's bent on revenge. Chasing the killers into the [...]
 
Book: TWINED by A. L. Collins
Avalin Marsh saw something on her eleventh birthday that no little girl should ever see! Now years later she is hearing voices and seeing visions that remind her constantly of that life-changing day. Avalin meets an intriguing young man named Albert who seems to have all of the answers to Avalin's many questions. However, it isn't long before she realizes that Albert isn't who or what she [...]
 
Book: The Mystery on the Miniature Railway by June Winton
When an eminent nuclear scientist goes missing en route to a nuclear power station it is a matter of national security. He is carrying top-secret plans for a nuclear processing plant to be built to store all the country's nuclear waste in a vast underground bunker at Downsend. This would, of course, involve a lot of disruption and upheaval for those already using the marsh. When the train arrives [...]
 
Book: Unconfirmed Reports From Out There - Short Stories by by Valentine Williams
This is a collection of intriguing short stories, some of which have appeared elsewhere. They are sly, unexpected and strange tales in the genre of dark fiction, from the author of 'The Poison Garden of Dorelia Jones',' The Marsh People' (Immanion Press) and 'Losing It' (Tirgearr Press). There's the woman with the strange pet, the man who returns to the sea, the young woman digging a man-sized [...]
 
Book: The Unravelling - Children can be very very cruel by Thorne Moore
From the Top Ten Bestselling Author of A Time for Silence - When they were ten everybody wanted to be Serena's friend, to find themselves one of the inner circle. But doing so meant proving your worth, and doing that often had consequences it's not nice to think about - not even thirty-five years later. Karen Rothwell is randomly reminded of an incident in her childhood which just as suddenly [...]
 
Book: Illicit Passion (Royal Command Book 2) by Sarah Stuart
Broadway singer and actress, Lisette Marsh, flees to Paris and joins her father, The Diamond Superstar, for a European concert tour. Michael discovers she is being blackmailed into perverted sex with threats to reveal that she had his baby eighteen years before. He gambles his career, his marriage, and his liberty, to discredit the paparazzi-fuelled scandal. Their lovechild, Harriet, discovers [...]
 
Book: Escape To The Country by Patsy Collins
Leah is accused of a crime she didn't commit. Dumped by Adam, the man she planned to marry, she escapes to Aunt Jayne's smallholding in the Kent village of Winkleigh Marsh. Heartbroken and homeless, she strives to clear her name and deal with her emotions. Jayne treats Leah's unhappiness with herbal remedies, cowslip wine and common sense in equal measure. In return Leah works hard for the [...]
 
Book: Jessica's Footprints by J.R. Evangelisti
Extraterrestrial children must be reunited before they can return home. Atmospheric ionic transgression, electro kinetic propulsion, exceeding the speed of light, this is Science Fiction with a touch of the paranormal and a true mystery. The story starts in 20,000 BC in Australia where two children a girl age nine and a boy age six walk to the edge of a marsh where tragedy strikes. In current [...]
 
Book: The Candidate's Daughter (A McClaine & Delaney Thriller Book 1) by Catherine Lea
"It wasn't supposed to be like this. Matt had it all planned out. He said the kid would go home alive. But the longer we've got her, the more I'm wondering Maybe I got it wrong " The plan is simple: kidnap the daughter of Senate candidate Richard McClaine, take the money and run. Nobody gets hurt, the kid goes home alive. Twenty-two-year-old car thief Kelsey Money thinks it's the worst scheme her [...]
 
Book: Le Twins Wife Volume 1 by PF Austin
Paige has been a part of the drug world for a few years now with her college sweetheart, Malik. While out on a shopping spree in Rome, things goes terribly wrong. She wounds up kidnapped and on a speeding train headed for France where she meets identical french twins and her whole world gets turned upside down. Paige finds herself falling in love with Jade at first sight but soon finds its very [...]
 
Book: Tale of the Taconic Mountains by Mike Romeling
Everyone had an agenda and it just seemed like coincidence-and of little consequence-that they happened to end up in the small town of Cedar Falls nestled at the base of Bakers Mountain, deep in the ancient Taconic Mountain range. Completely involved, even obsessed, with their own pursuits, it was hardly surprising the visitors would be unaware of older agendas both within the dying town and up [...]
 
Book: The Fishers of Paradise by Rachael Preston
"unputdownable!" Susie Moloney, author of The Thirteen As Egypt Fisher learns, there's a power to be mined in keeping secrets, and lies quickly take on a life of their own. 1930. The boathouse community of Cootes Paradise is under siege. The squatters' shacks that line the shores of Dundas Marsh stand in the way of an ambitious politician's "City Beautiful" plans. When a handsome drifter settles [...]
 
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