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Never Bite a Boy on the First Date

by Tamara Summers

I've got a few issues:

  1. I'm a vampire now.
  2. One of my classmates was found dead, with telltale fang marks.
  3. I didn't do it! (really!)
  4. Nobody believes me, so . . .
  5. I'm going to have to find the real killer. I've...

The Solomon Effect

by C.S. Graham

A German U-boat lost in the final days of the Second World War rested silent and dead in the deep waters off the Russian coast for more than half a century—carrying a cargo too terrifying to contemplate.


The Cripple and His Talismans

by Anosh Irani

Prepare to enter a world where the norms of human behavior—even the rules governing time and gravity—are set on their heads. This dark and wry fable begins with the narrator waking up and discovering he...

Middle Son

by Deborah Iida

When Spencer Fujii's grandparents arrived in Hawaii at the turn of the century, they brought Japanese customs with them. Five decades later, those traditional expectations still shape the lives of the Fujii...

A Virtuous Woman

by Kaye Gibbons

Two unforgettable characters, Jack Ernest Stokes, known as Blinking Jack, and his wife, Ruby Pitt Woodrow Stokes, tell the story of their years together. Jack was forty and Ruby only twenty when they were married....

A Cure for Dreams

by Kaye Gibbons

A story that traces the bonds between four generations of resourceful Southern women through stories passed from one generation to another.

A Company of Three

by Varley O'Connor

When Robert, Patrick, and Irene met in New York, they were all determined to become actors, and it felt as if the city--indeed, the world--could be their oyster. Robert was the good-looking, ambitious one....

Rhymes Of Childhood

by James Whitcomb Riley

James Whitcomb Riley (1849 -1916) was an American writer, poet, and best selling author. During his lifetime he was known as the "Hoosier Poet" and "Children's Poet" for his dialect works and his children's...

Pretty Dead

by Francesca Lia Block

People pity me, but mostly they feel envy. I have all the luxury and freedom a girl my age could want.

Something is happening to Charlotte Emerson. Like the fires that are ravaging the hills of Los Angeles, it...

Charlie McKelvey Mysteries 3-Book Bundle: The Weight of Stones / Slow Recoil / The Devil's Dust

by C.B. Forrest

This ebook bundle presents all three novels in C.B. Forrest's Charlie McKelvey Mysteries series, short-listed for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Fiction.

"A tour de force, the crime fiction trifecta."...

Athletic Shorts

by Chris Crutcher

These six powerful short stories chronicle bits of the lives of characters, major and minor, who have walked the rugged terrain of Chris Crutcher's earlier works. They also introduce some new and unforgettable...

Drago #6: And the City Burned

by Art Spinella

Only eight hours tip doom.

Nick and Sal are faced with a madman who wants nothing more than to burn Bandon to the ground – for the second time since 1936.

It's a race against the clock. Unravel clues leading...

Marmaduke: Animals & Other Pets

by Brad Anderson

Kids are always bringing home strange pets and begging their parents to let them keep the animals, but rarely does that scenario get flipped around. Meet Marmaduke, a Great Dane who constantly keeps his humans...

Marmaduke: Walking Adventures

by Brad Anderson

Humans aren’t meant to fly, but that’s often what they do when they walk a certain exuberant Great Dane. Come along for the ride when Marmaduke takes off on his latest laughable adventure. Whether he’s...

Movies According to Savage Chickens

by Doug Savage

Here’s looking at you, movie buffs. Follow the yellow brick road inside a dream inside a dream inside a dream to discover why Quentin Tarantino and children’s fairy tales should never mix, why Indiana Jones...

Shakespeare According to Savage Chickens

by Doug Savage

All work and no play made cartoonist Doug Savage a dull boy, until the day that he decided to draw two chickens on a yellow sticky note, followed by enough characters and absurdly amusing situations over the...

Fear According to Savage Chickens

by Doug Savage

It’s not paranoia if they’re really out to get you—or is that just something they put out there to make you feel better? Irrationality, meet the imagination. People are afraid of the strangest things,...

Marmaduke: Master of the House

by Brad Anderson

It’s nice to come home after a long, tiring day, collapse in your favorite chair and relax with your dog. Only, most dogs don’t push you out of your chair in the process. Or claim the entire sofa. Or...

The Sledding Hill

by Chris Crutcher

Billy Bartholomew has an audacious soul, and he knows it. Why? Because it's all he has left. He's dead.

Eddie Proffit has an equally audacious soul, but he doesn't know it. He's still alive.

These days, Billy...


by Dan Fante

In Los Angeles, struggling telemarketer-writer and part-time drunk Bruno Dante is jobless again. The publication of his book of short stories has been put off indefinitely. Searching the want ads for a gig,...