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Sweet Potatoes And Marbles

It’s not my fault if I run over my cat’s tail with the desk chair. He lays there with his tail swooshing up and down in front of the wheels. He knows what the chair will do to his tail if I sneeze and the chair jerks backwards. He also knows it’s his fault if I sneeze because of all his cat dander..ew. I am thinking this as I am looking down at him from my chair. He is looking up at me thinking, “If you sneeze and run over my chair, I will dance in my cat box and put my paw in your mouth while you sleep. Hoooomaaan.

Fairchild
Jaima Fixsen
4.4 Stars (209 Reviews)
Genre: Romance | Historical Fiction

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Strangers meet, romance blossoms. But there’s a test… A classic fairytale retold. Good English families all have a house in the country with a deer park, a trout stream, and an army of gardeners. They should have a son and if it can be managed, he should be handsome. Cleverness isn’t important. Daughters in limited quantities are fine so long as they are pretty. Bastards are inconvenient and best ignored. It’s not a big problem, unless you are one. Unfortunately, Sophy is. Sick of her outcast role, she escapes her father’s house, only to fall from her horse during a spring storm. Injured, soaked, and shivering, she stumbles to a stranger’s door — Tom, a blunt edged merchant from a family of vulgar upstarts. Mistaking Sophy for the genuine article, he takes her in. Sophy can’t resist twisting the truth. Soon she’s caught in her own snare — and it might just be a noose.

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Forgotten Boy (A Chicago Detective Thriller)
Todd Luchik
4.3 Stars (22 Reviews)
Genre: Thrillers | Mystery

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A missing girl. A reluctant hero stalked through the streets of Chicago. A country on the brink of war. It’s February 2003 and private detective Glenn Wozniak just wants to ride out the remainder of a cold Chicago winter perched on a bar stool, pairing shots of Irish whiskey with cheap beer. But when a client neglects to pay him for services rendered, Glenn finds himself desperate for work, any work. Enter a wealthy new client offering a lot of money to find his missing daughter. On the eve of the U.S. war in Iraq, Glenn begins an investigation that will take him from the far northern edge of Chicago to an industrial wasteland at its southern border to some of the most dangerous parts of the city’s west side. Along the way, he’ll encounter anti-war protesters, ex-cons, drug dealers, corrupt cops, and a gang member leading a double life, ultimately unearthing deadly secrets that will make him some dangerous enemies. This new mystery and suspense release is the first in a series about Chicago Private Investigator Glenn Wozniak.

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Birthright (Birthright Series Book 1)
A.P. Jensen
4.7 Stars (10 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy | Teen & Young Adult

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Jordan Parker becomes an obsession for William, a man who believes she is the only being on the planet that can save him. When Jordan goes on the run, it culminates in a bloody massacre where Jordan is the sole survivor. This forces Mr. Parker, the father who abandoned her before she was born, to appear and bring her into his world — a world filled with magic, wonder and danger. Through him, Jordan will learn the secrets of her birthright, what makes her power special and why she has suddenly become a pawn in a deadly war for power. This is the first installment in the Birthright Series, a dark YA fantasy series.

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The Life of a Colonial Fugitive
Leonardo Noto
4.3 Stars (28 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure | Historical Fiction

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What do you do when your commanding officer frames you to conceal his wartime atrocities, when you’re facing the gallows for a crime that you didn’t commit? You run. Jonathan E. Lee was the idealistic youngest son of an eminent Virginian plantation clan until he made the mistake of following his dashing older brother, “Light Horse Harry” Lee, into the nascent Continental Army. Now standing falsely accused of capital crimes, Jonathan is on the run, fleeing The Colonies for British Canada to save his neck from the hangman’s noose. But little does Jonathan know that this is only the first brush with a violent death that he will face in the bitter years to come. Based in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, “The Life of a Colonial Fugitive” is a fictional, but historically accurate, tale of the globetrotting adventures of Jonathan E. Lee, a member of the esteemed Lee Family of Old Virginia. Follow Jonathan through the upheavals of the American Revolution, in a fratricidal struggle for independence as he fights alongside the militia of the sovereign Republic of Vermont, in a treacherous civil war as a soldier of fortune in the Kingdom of Siam, and finally as a mercenary in America’s first foreign war, fighting valiantly against the hated Barbary Pirates of Mediterranean. Settle in to your saddle and grasp the reins, because you’re in for a galloping ride!

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The Dreamer (A Suspense Thriller)
Tim Kizer
3.8 Stars (9 Reviews)
Genre: Horror

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What would persuade you that the entire world is a product of your dead patient’s imagination? Would you believe the unbelievable if the evidence seemed overwhelming? THE DREAMER (this edition contains novelettes The Dreamer, Hitchhiker, and Sixtus) Psychiatrist Stanley Blake is quite amused when one of his patients tells him that the world is just an afterlife dream in his head and Stanley is nothing but a character with planted thoughts. However, he soon discovers that this man could be right. Things take a darker turn when the patient asks Stanley to put a bullet in his skull to test if his theory is correct.

BONUS Suspense thriller “Hitchhiker” (novelette). When a serial killer hitches a ride one sunny day in a beautiful California valley, he does not suspect that he may have met his match, who is dead set to take another life. The battle of wits begins and only the most devious mind will survive.

Horror thriller “Sixtus” (novelette). After becoming friends with a mysterious entity named Jeremy, Zack, a skinny fifteen-year-old nerd suffering from polydactyly, acquires a taste for killing. First, he butchers his parents in their sleep. Then he cold-bloodedly rips out his schoolmate’s intestines. A few days later, Zack strangles a young woman before stealing her car. And that is just the beginning. Who–or what–is Jeremy? And what are the reasons behind this killing spree? If you think you know the answers, chances are you are wrong.

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The Slow Train To Rishikesh
Sharan Kumar Arunachalam
4.0 Stars (26 Reviews)
Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Mystery

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With hints of Kipling and ancient Hindustan as a backdrop, The Slow Train to Rishikesh is a riveting tale of love and greed, set against the corruption of modern day India.

When Hiresh, a thirty-something investigator for the Central Bureau of Investigation is ordered to abandon his vacation in Rishikesh and go investigate a minor poisoning incident in the city of Indore, he soon finds this minor incident has blown up into a full scale catastrophe, with shoddily run factories, hundreds of people dead from pesticide poisoning and corporate malfeasance everywhere he turns. As Hiresh has seen hundreds of times before, unchecked capitalism and systematic payoffs have combined with greed and negligence to place profits above the well-being of everyday citizens. Worse still, Hiresh’s investigation quickly leads him to a shocking conclusion. This poisoning incident appears to have been the result of a deliberate act. But why? And by whom? Hinted at but never fully revealed until later in the story, Hiresh has a dark secret in his past, a history that inexorably leads him back to just this sort of industrial accident. It is on the journey from Rishikesh to New Delhi, and from New Delhi to Indore that Hiresh finds himself in the company of an idealistic young Brit named Chelsea, who works for Human Rights Watch and has been assigned by them to report on the same incident. Initially butting heads, these two disparate personalities from differing cultures are soon allies in an effort to thwart a cover up which leads to the very highest positions of power in India. Along the way, we meet Uday, the suave, ever smiling but duplicitous government Minister who swears his only interest is in helping Hiresh to uncover the truth, and Muktananda, a charlatan religious leader who is forever championing the interests of the downtrodden, when in fact he has made a fortune by investing in the very companies by which the downtrodden are oppressed. A host of other bureaucrats join in, bickering and stumbling over themselves in an effort to catch Hiresh and Chelsea before the secrets they have learned see the light of day. The Slow Train to Rishikesh is a spellbinding journey through the underbelly of Indian society, where deals are struck to save reputations, the public is deluded by a false sense of justice and the next industrial disaster is always waiting around the next corner. But this story is really about Hiresh and Chelsea, two young idealists who vow to go on fighting the good fight, even if the entrenched powers are forever trying to stack the deck against them.

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PUT THE PUMPKIN HIGH!

Do you know how much Halloween stuff I have put out? Just one little 20 pound pumpkin. THAT’S IT! By now I would have snuck out a few hundred bats and a least four or five glitter skulls. You just can’t have enough glittery body parts! That sounds bad. I...

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Is It Monday Still?

My plans to do nothing are always thwarted by my busy schedule and the whole having to work thing. That gets in the way to. Hmmph. Murder U R.D. Sherrill (7 Reviews) Genre: Mystery | Suspense FREE for a limited time Mild-mannered history professor Clark Miller is the...

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Will There Be True Love?

Will there be a happily ever after for the finest men of Bath, the Dukes? Or will they lose everything? Find out for yourself in author Jessie Bennett’s clean historical regency romance To Capture The Duke’s Heart! Enjoy! Regency Romance: To Capture The...

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