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A Hole in the Universe

"A Hole in the Universe"

by J. H. Wear

Nellie Writson was proud of her Martian heritage, able to follow her family tree to the first settlers of Mars at the beginning of the terraforming. She was head of the government geology department, enjoying doing field work as they searched for fossil remains of Martian life. When her team discovered alien stone columns, it set off a wave of excitement. But a bigger surprise was yet to come.

Jaret McLeod, as a captain of a spaceship, was used to danger and thinking under pressure. He was aware of Unidentified Space Objects (USOs) that appeared to break the speed of light and of a recent discovery Meili, a new planet orbiting beyond Pluto. When he visited Red City on Mars during a stopover, he was introduced to Nellie. He didn’t know at the time that Meili, USOs, Nellie and his stopover on Mars would be part of the greatest achievement of human beings.

Bloodlines of Atoms: The Story of Jace Book 2, Savior

"Bloodlines of Atmos: The Story of Jace - book 2, Savior"


by J.P. Edgar

Forced to leave his sister behind when he turned 18, the story of Jace continues after his time in Sanctuary of Orphaned Children. He follows the path he paved to fight for humankind’s survival against the Evolved.

But what can one man do when pitted against magic users, massive stone golems, winged monsters, and other deadly creatures? And if he goes on this dangerous quest, what about his sister? And what about the suspicious activities at the orphanage?

In order to find the truth, he’ll have to call on old favors and see childhood acquaintances. Hopefully, that’ll be enough.

Two Faces of the Jaguar

"Two Faces of the Jaguar


by George Dismukes

Many secrets are hidden within the darkness of the jungle. Behold this one about a man, a woman, a black jaguar, and an ancient Mayan legend.

When Andrea Granger was assigned to go to Honduras, ‘get inside and gather evidence’ against the DEA’s main suspect, she was determined to accomplish her mission with the same efficiency as in her previous assignments. But that was before she met her culprit, Brandon Shaw.

He melted her heart and her resolve, and so did Naja, Brandon’s 300 pound black jaguar and closest companion. She quickly discovered there was much more to Brandon Shaw than met the eye, and just as quickly, she found her mission in jeopardy. Instead of arresting him, she became determined to rescue the flawed man of the jungle. But could she successfully extricate him from the web he had tangled himself in?

As if that weren’t enough, she found that Brandon Shaw was somehow connected to a thousand year old Mayan legend which threatened to destroy everything. Unprepared, she found herself having to deal with an ancient spirit determined to kill her.

Greening of the Laurel by Kate Riley

"The Greening of the Laurel


by Kate Riley

On the 16th of March, 1244, 220 Cathars descended the mountain fortress of Montsegur, voluntarily walking into a burning pyre. Legend has it that four believers escaped the night before with the Cathar treasure, containing valuable books, documents and the Holy Grail. The hunt to eradicate the Cathars continued for decades after.

The year is now 1940, France has been invaded by Germany, and in the Languedoc countryside, 16-year old Meli Durand, has strange dreams demanding that she remember who she is. Mysterious things begin to happen to her and as she tries to unravel the mystery, her grandmother Isabel clings tightly to the family myth and secrets too dangerous to reveal.

As the war unfolds, Nazi Lieutenant Colonel Wolfgang Koch has been assigned the task of finding the fabled treasure by occult-obsessed Himmler, who is determined to present the Grail to Adolf Hitler. Failure is not an option.

In the 13th Century, an anonymous troubadour wrote a prophecy that is well known in the Languedoc. "At the end of seven-hundred years, the laurel will be green once more."

Against the backdrop of a world at war, and with the 700th anniversary rapidly approaching, Meli will need to understand her own role in a family legacy, that one person will do anything to hide and another will do anything to find.

Lydia by B. D. Messick

"Lydia"

The Mythik Wars #2

by B. D. Messick

A long time ago, I asked someone who loved me why they were helping save us when so many humans hate us, hunt us and kill us for just being. She said everyone has a right to live, and that there is beauty in everything around us, even if we can’t see it.

Years later, someone I loved asked me why I was helping to save the humans when they do such terrible things to us. When they hate us, hunt us and kill us for just being. I told her that we needed to be more humane than they are, and that where there’s hate, there can be love. Where there’s evil, there is always good.

But after all these years, after so much pain and loss, I’m not so sure there is any saving them…or the rest of us.

The world as we know it is at a turning point. There’s a storm coming and I’m not sure any of us will survive it, but I will do everything I can so that everything that I’ve lost will not have been in vain.

Join Lydia as she treks across the devastated former United States to find Zach and Melody, but more importantly, the one person that Cain Blackthorne thinks can help save the world; their daughter Lyra.

Sins of Eden by Wayne Zurl

"Festival of Felonies"

A Collection of Sam Jenkins Mysteries

by Wayne Zurl

This story collection includes the veteran cop's humorous mysteries:

Have You Considered Voodoo?

Reenacting a Murder

Paper Trail

The Fergusson Shooting

A Fire and Old Ice

The Gridshadowers by C. A. Lootens

"The Gridshadowers"


by C. A. Lootes

Humanity undergoes a quickening in this thrilling tale of connection, sacrifice, and human transformation. Some people become dangerously hypersensitive to their own technology; others develop strange new powers. Meanwhile, a downtrodden EMT and a quixotic young scholar turn into headstrong hostages while caught in a chilling bus ride that is headed way off grid.

The Curse of the Dacron Gem by J. H. Wear

"The Curse of the Dacron Gem"

Castle #2

by J. H. Wear

When Lord Troy Sussex buys a recovered gem with unique powers, he believes it will free him from the spell that confines him to his castle. But the strange power the gem possesses has an unexpected result and the fate of Domum rests with a thief, a sex slave, and a warlock in exile.

Every action has consequences. When Gilbert steals the Dacron Gen and then sells it to Lord Troy Sussex, he initiates a disastrous chain of events. To maintain his youth, Lord Sussex is restricted to his castle by a poorly worded spell. In an attempt to give himself freedom he makes use of the Dacron Gem by using words from an old spell book. Overnight the world of Domum outside the castle property begins to revert back to a state before humans arrived.

Gilbert and Marisa, a sex slave of Lord Sussex’s castle, are convinced to make a perilous journey to a gateway to Earth to obtain help from a Council Madoc, a warlock in exile, to reverse the curse of the strange gem.

Killer Soulmate by Anne Rothman-Hicks & Ken Hicks

"Killer Soulmate"

A Jane Larson Mystery


by Anne Rothman-Hicks
and Ken Hicks

Jane Larson is back, and trouble abounds on New York’s Upper East Side! A new client, Jasmine, hires Jane to undo the terms of a matrimonial agreement with her ex-husband, the owner of a prosperous hedge fund who does not like to lose. At the same time, Jane’s landlord is working to evict her from the storefront law office where her mother had practiced for many years, and Jane is forced to fight to save her mother’s legacy. However, it seems there is no way she can win.

All too soon, the bodies begin to pile up and Jane has to figure out who is responsible before she becomes one of the victims. Meanwhile, a guy named Gary is trying to worm his way into her life, and, even though she thinks he is much too young for her, she starts to fall for him. The problem is that he has a habit of showing up where the murders occur. Can she trust him?

The Rise of Chloe by Carlo Cavazutti

"The Rise of Chloe"

A Cavazutti Crime Novel #2


by Carlo Cavazutti

Mikhail Brozovitch has come up through the ranks of Spetsnaz, KGB and the FSB. Now the highly trained operator has turned arms dealer to the worst of the worst all over the world with the blessings of his Kremlin masters. But he makes one fatal step making a multi tens of million dollar deal with one of Mother Russia’s sworn enemies, the Chechens. He is forced to flee with his beloved Marisha who is also the mistress of President Grigori Chekov. Not only are they pursued by the FSB but also one very deadly female assassin known as Gina and her protégé Chloe.

Gina, Chloe and the FSB chase Mikhail all through Eastern Europe, Italy and Sicily before they can corner him in a secreted mountain hideaway in the hills near Catania which is overshadowed by Mount Etna. Two distinct Mafia clans control the area through which they must pass, and both clans demand their tribute. After all, deals must be brokered. But who survives to the end?

Willow Run by Dorothy Stephens

"Willow Run"


by Dorothy Stephens

When the “greatest generation” came home from World War II, many of the men returned to college on the GI Bill, a saga that has been the subject of numerous books and movies. But the story of their wives, also part of that greatest generation, has seldom been told.

Kate McIntosh, the young mother of a toddler and a newborn, struggles with the challenges of being isolated in barracks-like World War II housing in Willow Run Village, with no car, little money, and a mostly absent husband., Mark, her husband, attends classes at the university during the day and works on the assembly line at the nearby auto plant at night. He is rarely home. When she and Mark meet with other graduate students, Kate feels awkward and excluded, with nothing to talk about but diapers and pureed carrots.

Kate is determined to find ways to reach beyond the confines of her life. She befriends her rural Tennessee neighbors, teaching the illiterate mother and son to read; gets involved in the Adlai Stevenson presidential campaign; creates a garden in the weedy field behind their building; and finds new strength and talents she didn’t know she had. At the same time, she attempts to quell her rising anxiety about what might be going on between Mark and a fellow graduate student, Amanda. Things come to a head when Mark is seriously injured in an accident and Kate has new challenges to face.

Castle: Fall to Domum by J. H. Wear

"Return to Domum"

Castle - Book 1

by J. H. Wear

Jon McKinney is nothing but an ordinary Boston university student on the path toward a career in computer science, but he's spent his life feeling like he should be more than he is. When he inherits a castle in Ireland from his presumably drowned Uncle Gordon, he leaves behind his education and his girlfriend to see what awaits him on the other side of the world.

Once there, he meets the fascinating and beautiful Liz O’Doul and discovers a strange crystal he mistakenly believes is merely a good luck charm. Liz tells him Miller Castle has a long and colourful history of strange creatures lurking about its stone walls, but Jon doesn't believe it...until Liz catches a dwarf named Gilbert trying to steal unmentionables from her suitcase. Jon pursues the creature up the steep staircases of the castle. But, just as he catches Gilbert, the two of them tumble out the window and through a magical gateway.

The Perpetual Penitent by Henry Hoffman

"The Perpetual Penitent"

An Adam Fraley Mystery

by Henry Hoffman

A grieving father goes missing following the gruesome death of his three-year-old daughter in an accident directly attributable to his own negligence. For reasons both personal and professional, private investigator Adam Fraley takes on the task of tracking down the father at the request of the dead child’s older sibling. In a case fraught with intrigue, danger, and the overhanging threat of family disintegration. Fraley’s search ultimately takes him to remote regions of Haiti where he discovers he is not the only one in search of the father. Soon, he finds himself entangled in the tentacles of a lucrative international insurance scam involving the falsification of death records. Fraley’s probing is viewed by the scheme’s masterminds as a serious threat to their continued existence, leading its operatives to mark the private investigator for elimination before he exposes them.