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Book: An English Custom by James Henry
Major Rupert Stonely came home after a dubious career selling surplus army equipment. Unfortunately, the army didn't know that. He had also expected to inherit his late mother's estate; she, it seemed, had other ideas. Rupert was about to be usurped by a glorified-waiter and he, quite literally, didn't have the balls to do anything about it. Timothy Montague however, did - he just didn't know how [...]
 
Book: Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - The Complete Trilogy by Mark C Sutton
Brian Miller is a devoted family man in his seventies, with a sinister secret; in the nineteen sixties, he murdered three people, and he got away with it. But Brian put aside his murderous ways, focusing instead on enjoying a happy life with his new young family. Many years later, a personal tragedy results in Brian's long dormant blood-lust to rise to the surface again, and the ageing serial [...]
 
Book: Jeremy's Juicy Pair by Mark Sutton
A double-bill of perversion... 'Jeremy's Juicy Pair' contains the two full length novels, 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking', and it's sequel, 'Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker'. 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking' Jeremy Felliwell is a very strange and unhinged individual; recently released back into society from a mysterious 'establishment', and shunned by most of his family [...]
 
Book: The Return Of Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - Part One - Manhunt by Mark C Sutton
Britain's oldest serial killer is back... with a vengeance! Psychopathic pensioner Brian Miller returns in this sequel to the original 'Grandad Miller, Serial Killer' trilogy. This time, it's grandad Miller's turn to be hunted; alone, desperate, and with the police at every turn, Brian falls foul of a local gangster, who belongs to a larger, organised criminal empire. With a bad back, knackered [...]
 
Book: Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking - Complete Version by Mark Sutton
The greatest pervert and stalker that the United Kingdom has ever known is finally here in this full-length tale of warped desires and unhinged passion! Jeremy Felliwell is a very strange and unhinged individual; recently released back into society from a mysterious 'establishment', and shunned by most of his family because of 'that thing that happened with great auntie Mavis shortly after [...]
 
Book: Dissecting Humour by Nic Andela & Janine Boddy
"Dissecting Humour" is a collection of amusing, toe curling and, at times, horrifying urban legends and anecdotes from thoseinthemedicalprofession. Frombushclinicsindeepest Africa to the National Health Hospitals in England, the reader is treated to eye-opening accounts of what really goes on behind-the-scenes: inventive use of drugs, mischievous med students and lost tempers are just some of the [...]
 
Book: Broomsticks, Walking Sticks & Zimmer Frames by Sue Moorhouse
Fairy Tales for the Mature. 'Why is it always the young and glamorous - the beautiful princesses and handsome princes - who dominate fairy tales? These fun, adult, fairy tales are written from the viewpoint of the older characters: Red Riding Hood's grandma, a fairy godmother with a touch of Alzheimer's, the matron of Rapunzel's boarding school, a very stressed planning officer, the troll in the [...]
 
Book: Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker by Mark C Sutton
Britain's strangest pervert and stalker is back, weirder, filthier, and sexier than ever before! 'Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker' sees the return of Jeremy Felliwell, who, once again, has recently been released from a mysterious 'establishment' following his suicide (and inexplicable resurrection) six years earlier. Jeremy is now living a relatively happy existence in a new [...]
 
Book: Falling for Him (The Haydeners Series Book 1) by Cali Burem
Nate Roth was determined to have the calm college experience advertised in all those slow-motion ads with the soothing Morgan Freeman voice and with his crazy overprotective parents back home, this could also be his only chance in life to get rid of that pesky virginity of his. Nate meets Alex Matten, an unbelievably attractive senior who is particularly interested in Nate, his art and also, in [...]
 
Book: Lethal Takeout by Vered Ehsani
A Dark Urban Fantasy with a Sense of Humour When Axe Cooper is murdered while picking up Chinese takeout, he's pretty irritated about the loss of a good dinner, not to mention being dead. Not prepared to move on just yet, Axe decides to stick around and haunt his best friend Lily Chan while trying to figure out why anyone would kill a janitor. In the meantime, Axe is hired by The Ghost Post to [...]
 
Book: The Return of Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - Part Two - Hell-Ride by Mark C Sutton
Grandad Miller is back, and facing his deadliest opponent yet, in this fast-paced instalment of the 'Grandad Miller, Serial Killer' series... Alone, isolated, and craving a quiet, peaceful new beginning, multiple murderer Brian Miller finds himself hunted once more, not only by the 'South Coast Vipers', a criminal gang who are hell-bent on claiming the considerable bounty that has been offered [...]
 
Book: Dragon's Mind by Vered Ehsani
A Sci-Fi Adventure That Will Touch Your Heart Ten years ago, an artificial brain was installed into a computer system. To most people, it is a non-living entity operating in the background of their lives. Only a girl named Myth knows better: his name is Dragon and he is very much alive. After ten bodiless years, Dragon has a dream that will change everything and will put his mind and Myth's life [...]
 
Book: The Dead Winter Mountain Murders - Part One - Stephen by Mark C Sutton
They say that Stephen Hartley is one of the United Kingdom's worst serial killers... perhaps... but he's definitely the most nerdy. When the body of a woman is found buried in a peat-bog near Scarr Mountain, a police investigation quickly unearths many more grim discoveries in the surrounding area. Soon, their number one suspect is in custody... a geeky, squeamish, anxiety-ridden cry-baby with a [...]
 
Book: A Little Bit of Me by Angela Gascoigne
Relax! Put your feet up, and give in to your guilty pleasure. Here we have short stories, flash fiction and a little pinch of poetry in a variety of themes with something for everyone. A Little Bit of Me, is my fifth e book to be published, and my second collection. Delve inside the pages of this book to experience a little bit of me - from the soft and fluffy to the dark and deep. There's more [...]
 
Book: Emily Adams and the Triangle of Doom by William T. Marshall
Set in 1974 "Emily Adams and the Triangle of Doom" is the first in a trilogy of books detailing Emily's epic struggle against a determined alien presence here on earth committed to controlling and dominating mankind's spiritual management facility. Emily driven by burning desire feels it is her destiny that has drawn her into a remote and as yet little explored jungle area that has been cut off [...]
 
Book: Planet Poultry by Angela Gascoigne
Planet Poultry tells the story of five friends who work together in a chicken processing factory in the North East of England. Each of them is struggling with their own personal dilemas but living in the hope that things can only get better. One day, something monumental happens that changes their lives forever... In this gritty story, we come face to face with real-life issues such as: domestic [...]
 
Book: But Can You Drink The Water? by Jan Hurst-Nicholson
Follow the hilarious lives of the naive Turner family as they emigrate from Liverpool to sunny South Africa. Laugh out loud as they encounter 'crocodiles' on the wall, strange African customs and unintelligible Afrikaans accents. Cringe with them as their visiting in-laws embarrass them in front of their new SA friends. If you enjoyed Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine you will recognise Mavis [...]
 
Book: The expected demise of Bernard Fish by Ed Halliday
A very unique and comical view of life, death and all that comes after it. This very darkly humorous but strangely heart warming tale follows the unremarkable Bernard Fish as he learns that living is far less simple than he thought. He also discovers that being dead is more exciting than he could ever have imagined, not that he has ever had much of an imagination. Betrayal, greed, love and lust [...]
 
Book: Partings (A Seared Sky Book 2) by Stuart Aken
Mistake follows mistake, but the despotic leader is determined to carry on a quest that risks disaster for all but promises reward for him. In spite of signs he may be wrong, Dagla Kaz goes ahead with the pilgrimage. Events expose the unexpected fate of his daughter, Jodisa-Li, bringing violent threat his life. Different versions of history raise serious doubts, but he still pursues the Skyfire, [...]
 
Book: Finding Zoe Dawes - A Minor Minus story (Tales from Minor/Major Minus) by Matt Langford
Tom has a problem. Indeed, a number of problems arise for him through the course of Finding Zoe Dawes, the first and penultimate novel of The Major/Minor Minus stories. Many of these problems boil down to the behaviour of Rag Bowman - old school friend and serial provocateur. His utter inability to find even an ounce of sympathy for Tom following the suicide of Hazel, Tom's wife, is a problem. [...]
 
Book: Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - The Complete Trilogy by Mark Sutton
You'll never feel safe on your allotment again... Brian Miller is a devoted family man in his seventies, with a sinister secret; in the nineteen sixties, he murdered three people and got away with it. But Brian put aside his murderous ways, focusing instead on enjoying a happy life with his new young family. Many years later, a personal tragedy results in Brian's long dormant blood-lust to rise [...]
 
Book: Angel of The Willows by Angela Gascoigne
It's a mid-summer evening on the huge, modern Elmwood Estate. A new tenant loiters, unsure where, exactly she needs to go. A sensation of dread eventually guides her to The Willows, a tiny cul-de-sac of four properties tucked away at the farthest corner. The tension in the air feels like an electrical charge and Rebekah fears she might have bitten off more than she could chew when she agreed to [...]
 
Book: Ezicash by Ian Thompson
Was it all some elaborate plan of Pope's, or just a farce? Me? Looking back now, I think it was the caper to end all capers, and if it I'm right, what he did was nothing short of genius. What you're about to bear witness to is possibly the greatest swindle of all time, one that brought an institution to its knees and made me a rich man in the process... Or it could be just a bunch of crude jokes [...]
 
Book: One Man - No Plan, K'Barthan Series - Part 3 by M T McGuire
The Pan of Hamgee needs answers, although he's not even sure he knows the questions. He has a chance to go straight but it's been so long that he's almost forgotten how. Despite a death warrant over his head he is released, given a state-sponsored business, and a year's amnesty for all misdemeanours while he adjusts. On the down side, Ruth has left him for his nemesis, Lord Vernon. The Pan [...]
 
Book: Just Turn Left at the Mountain - Multi Entry Trials and Tribulations Meandering Across Chinese Borders by Andy Smart
When Andy's redundancy money clears in the bank, and with middle age fast approaching, the only realistic course of action is to wave goodbye to the UK and start again. A one way ticket to China please! This is one man's light-hearted three year account of his numerous attempts and failures of settling down and creating a new life in a different culture. Wanted: A traditional house with sliding [...]
 
Book: Between the Eyes - Kingdom of Innocence (Cappuccino Fiction Book 11) by B Pepinesq
"Through the eyes of a child" Can innocence once lost be ever replaced? Not a question that this short story of just over one thousand words is likely to answer. There again you will come away with the knowledge of what did strike King Pepin, King of the Kingdom of Innocence between the eyes You can read this 'Quick Read' for 'FREE' with Kindle Unlimited* Kingdom of Innocence is part of the eBook [...]
 
Book: Rolling in the Aisles - Kingdom of Folly (Cappuccino Fiction Book 3) by B Pepinesq
"We are all capable of doing something foolish." In the Kingdom of Folly the all-powerful Monarch was simply looking for a laugh. Yet King Pepin, King of the Kingdom of Folly did something foolish. It was to change the Kingdom of Folly forever. Just how foolish can you be? Would you do the same? Read all about this particular foolishness in this short story of two thousand words today. Kingdom of [...]
 
Book: Psychological Terror - The Child Within (Cappuccino Fiction Book 13) by B Pepinesq
"Every day in every way exercise the Child within you." Sounds sort of harmless and might even be fun. There again before taking any wild beast out of its cage for a bit of exercise careful consideration needs to be given as to what type it is. It might bite the hand that feeds it. Read for 'FREE' with Kindle Unlimited* When more is less and less is more, this Quick Reads of one thousand words - [...]
 
Book: Garethée the Younger - & Loopy Loup (Cappuccino Fiction Book 9) by B Pepinesq
Our story begins in Paris musing over 'travelwaits' then arriving in London outside the famous St Pauls Cathedral we sit on the dusty steps and hear the story of Garethee the Younger and her mongrel companion old Loopy Loup. "One evening Garethee the Younger who at 93 suddenly leaves the 'Blue tinted Rose, Home of Genteel Repose' to go and see the sea. Much later her faithful mongrel Old Loopy [...]
 
Book: The Curse - of the Mermaid's Purse (Cappuccino Fiction Book 6) by B Pepinesq
The story behind the song This is the story behind the song: 'The Mermaid's Purse;' a story of a shocking theft, impending misery, fear, outstanding courage, a truly evil encounter, suspense, reward and terrifying punishment. All of this within the time it takes to sip one's Cappuccino. Read for FREE 24/7 with Kindle Unlimited.* Although it will no doubt take a little longer than a Cappuccino or [...]
 
Book: Indie Author - full uncensored interview (Cappuccino Fiction Book 10) by B Pepinesq
The Best 'Besty' Seller interview they are all talking about Was it legal? Was it ethical? and frankly what a climax at the end. Don't you just wish to know the sequel? Well one thing at a time. After Besty's group experiment into Spelunking the Collective Consciousness she responds to an awakening desire to go one step further. Here is your chance to read the full uncensored interview for [...]
 
Book: Spelunking of the Collective Consciousness - Writing an eBook (Cappuccino Fiction 8) by B Pepinesq
A tightly constructed three-act play that dares to sit in the lap of James Joyce's Ulysses. Spelunking of the Collective Consciousness asks some fundamental questions: Why do we write? - What to write about? - What to do next? Answers and personal revelations are recounted through the four characters; Best Seller, Elvis, Vincent and Gradlon who indulge in a spot of 'Round Table Coming Together' [...]
 
Book: Language of Love - in the Kingdom of Amour (Cappuccino Fiction Book 2) by B Pepinesq
"Searching for some light entertainment around the subject of Amour?" Imagine in the Kingdom of Amour you have recently become the all-powerful Monarch. Your word is the absolute law. Here is the chance to make a difference and have it all your way. What will you do? In this short story King Pepin, King of the Kingdom of Amour proclaims his love in a clear and definite fashion and... You will [...]
 
Book: Goldiloks & Three Pink Shrimps - A Satirical Fairy-tale (Cappuccino Fiction Book 7) by B Pepinesq
Goldiloks & Three Pink Shrimps a Pepinesque fairy tale: You will discover Goldiloks, a mermaid. Papa Alfa, a pink shrimp. Papa Beatha, (pronounced without the 'h ') also a pink shrimp and Youngstirred a pink shrimp with perhaps a touch of grey. Read for FREE 24/7 with Kindle Unlimited.* This story is part of the entertaining, enthralling, sometimes challanging and often surprising series of Quick [...]
 
Book: Never to be Seen Again by R. Shangit
'Never To Be Seen Again' is my first autobiographical book, documenting my career as an electrician and later an employee within the education system. Often humorous, it describes my journey through the Heath and Thatcher years, the ensuing power cuts and industrial unrest. Whilst my incarceration within the education system has been enlightening, it has left a definite impact upon me which I [...]
 
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