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E. F. Benson: The Complete Supernatural Stories (50+ tales of horror and mystery: The Bus-Conductor, The Room in the Tower, Negotium Perambulans, The Man Who Went Too Far, The Thing in the Hall, Caterpillars...)

by E. F. Benson

Edward Frederic Benson (1867-1940) was an English novelist, biographer, memoirist, archaeologist and short story writer, best known now for the Mapp and Lucia series, written relatively late in his career. Benson...


Alternative War

by J.J. Patrick

In Alternative War, former police officer turned investigative journalist James Patrick tackles Russian interference in the UK's Brexit referendum and the US election of President Donald Trump head-on, exposing...


Jean-Baptiste-Pierre LeBrun

by Bette W. Oliver

Jean-Baptiste Pierre LeBrun's life was marked by his intense interest in art, first as an artist, and then from 1770 until his death in 1813, as an art dealer/connoisseur and as a participant in the transformation...


The Cha-Cha Babes of Pelican Way

by Frances Metzman

Would you move a dead body for the sake of your best friend? Ask cha-cha babe Celia Ewing, a sixty-five-year-old widow who has just settled into Boca Pelicano Palms, the Florida retirement community of her...


Clear Skies

by A.M. Murray

Imprisoned in a storeroom with a Beretta 9 mm pistol pressed against his temple by a garrulous moron eager to kill, a grim calculation of life and death played out in Slade’s mind. Plan A was to keep the...


One?

by Jennifer L. Cahill

It's London in the mid-noughties before Facebook, iPhones and ubiquitous wifi. Zara has just moved to London for her first real job and struggles to find her feet in a big city with no instruction manual. Penelope...


Dusk

by Cherry Potts

The Solstice Shorts Festival celebrates the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year with time themed stories poems and songs. 2017 saw the festival go UK wide, with 12 sites taking part at DUSK, in a wave...


Murder at the Marina

by Ellen Jacobson

A dilapidated sailboat for your anniversary—not very romantic. A dead body on board—even worse.

Mollie McGhie is hoping for diamonds for her tenth wedding anniversary. Instead, her husband presents her with...


The Date

by Louise Jensen

Something bad has happened to Alison Taylor.

Her Saturday night started normally. Recently separated from her husband, Ali has been persuaded by her friends to go on a date with a new man. She is ready, she...


The Unlounging of Selraybob

by Selraybob

Mid-twenties and already beaten down and hopeless, Selraybob spends his days on his worn out lounger, drinking quarts of Busch and talking to his buddy Herm on the phone. Productivity is a forgotten dream....


Peace Comes to Honeyfield

by Anna Jacobs

Armistice Day, London, 1918. Fiercely independent Georgie is tired of being told what’s best for her by men. When she defies her father’s wishes by going out into the peace festivities, she tries to help...


The Woe Water

by Nicola Ford

The dead rarely leave matters tidy, widow Clare Hills knows that all too well. In search of a new start, Clare reconnects with university friend Dr David Barbrook and is pleased when he asks for her help sifting...


Fugitive From The Grave

by Edward Marston

1817. Upon receiving a letter from an old family friend, Catherine Van Emden returns from Holland to find her father dead. She refuses to believe the middle-aged man died of natural causes, and the suspicious...


The Reflection-method - Looking into the mirror

by Christa Kössner

Die Spiegelgesetz-Methode bietet Selbsterkenntnis und Lebenshilfe, die nichts kostet, die schnell und konkret umsetzbar, einfach und an jedem Ort anwendbar ist


On the Social Contract

by Jean-Jacques Rousseau & G. D. H. Cole

'Man is born free, yet everywhere he in chains.' The famous opening of Rousseau's On the Social Contract has resonated across the centuries. In his seminal work, Rousseau argues that all government is fundamentally...


Always Another Dawn (Annotated)

by Clay Blair & Albert Scott Crossfield

Always Another Dawn: The Story of a Rocket Test Pilot is the story of NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) and Albert Scott Crossfield's work in the post-war years and beyond pioneering the use...


Apostle of the East

by Russell M. Lawson

In 18th century America, Daniel Little became known as the "Apostle of the East" by his contemporaries and admirers for his many missionary journeys along Maine's eastern frontier.  He spent much of his life...


The Palm Reader

by Christopher Bowron

Jackson Walker once again faces his demons in this haunting sequel to Devil in the Grass. Now working as an investigative lawyer for Peter Robertson, Jack teams with Janie Callaghan to solve the disappearance...


The Almost Wife

by Jade Beer

A book to restore your faith in love.’ Erin Kelly, bestselling author

A gorgeous and evocative summer read about love and life’s unexpected second chances…

Jessie has always known she doesn’t belong....


By The Next Pause

by G. Barton-Sinkia

In By The Next Pause, Canadian author G. Barton-Sinkia brings us to a time when Toronto was on the cusp of turning into the diverse mosaic it is today.

At seventeen, Pam Allen escapes Jamaica, leaving her infant...