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Simon Says

by William T. Bevilacqua

In this first book of a supernatural suspense trilogy you'll discover who Simon is. Then you'll discover what Simon says. And, more importantly, who- or what- is being born that all would risk their own lives...


I Haven't Lost My Marbles...They Just All Rolled To One Side

by Gary R. Hoffman

Southern Weird is not just a title--it is a way of life taught through the generations. Southern Weird is about people who look at life just a little differently and Gary R. Hoffman brings them front and center...


Sailmaker

by Rosanne Hawke

With his criminal biological father back in jail, Joel thinks all his troubles are behind him. He’s looking forward to the future with his biker foster dad, Dev. But Joel runs into trouble when he and his...


A Killer of a Deal

by Chris Bauer

When Cliff is offered a fantastic bargain on a used car, he can't believe his good fortune. Upon getting it home, however, he soon discovers that even an automobile can have a dark side...and that there's a...


We Are Not the Same Anymore

by Chris Somerville

We are Not the Same Anymore is a collection of short fiction about people trying to connect with each other and the difficulties of finding intimacy. These stories play out the small catastrophes of everyday...


All My Friends Are Superheroes

by Andrew Kaufman

A tenth anniversary edition of the worldwide cult favorite, now with new material and illustrations.


Greenhouses, Lighthouses

by Tung-Hui Hu

A poetic and provocative gesture toward cinematography, Tung-Hui Hu presents the ungraspable among memory, film, and history's tantalizing ephemera


After the Point of No Return

by David Wagoner

“David Wagoner’s study of American nostalgias is as eloquent as that of James Wright.” —Harold Bloom


Fire Logic: An Elemental Logic Novel

by Laurie J. Marks

An occupying army, cut off from their homeland, has to make peace with those they have brutally suppressed.


Art on Fire

by Hilary Sloin

Amazing shape-shifting novel/pseudo academic book about the short, but remarkable, life of a young painter.


The Sweet Dead Life

by Joy Preble

The angel book gets a Texas makeover from the author of the Dreaming Anastasia series.

"I found out two things today: One, I think I'm dying. And two, my brother is a perv."

So begins the diary of Jenna Samuels,...


Sherlock Holmes Studies in Legacy

by Luke Kuhns

There is nothing more tragic than a story left untold. At least that is what Sherlock Holmes thought. Through his urgings Doctor Watson opens his tin dispatch box to recall a series of strange and grotesque...


Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Evil Eye

by Don Emigh

A member of the London Chess Club has dropped dead during a game, supposedly of a heart attack. An officer of the Club believes he was murdered by his opponent's evil eye. Holmes finds that his death was not...


The Amateur Executioner: Enoch Hale Meets Sherlock Holmes

by Dan Andriacco

London, 1920: Boston-bred Enoch Hale, working as a reporter for the Central News Syndicate, arrives on the scene shortly after a music hall escape artist is found hanging from the ceiling in his dressing room....


Sherlock Holmes and the Texas Adventure

by Dicky Neely

The indomitable Baker Street duo travel to the still wild areas of South Texas to investigate the puzzling disappearance of an heir to the great estate in the part of the South West known as The Wild Horse Desert....


Sherlock Holmes and Young Winston - The Giant Moles

by Mike Hogan

Christmas 1887. With his mother and father away on a European tour, young Winston Churchill, now thirteen years of age, spends his Christmas holidays with Holmes and Watson. Young Winston is a lively addition...


Shiri - Roman Pony Girl

by Allen Towne

Shiri, a young servant girl of the Romans, has endured much torment and in order to work off the frustration of her new role she asks permission to race around the track, which immediately draws attention to...


Perfume Slaves

by Thomas Gomez

Deep in the Parisian catacombs women are held captive in capsules. Aimee, an undercover cop, is detailed to find out why women are disappearing; and finds out (to her cost) the true secret of the catacombs for...


Conquest

by Zoe Brigley

Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Moving from the violent to the erotic, Conquest describes women questing to rediscover their own desire. Split into three sections, the collection begins in the 19th-century...


Mr & Mrs Scotland Are Dead: Poems 1980-1994

by Kathleen Jamie

Kathleen Jamie is one of Britain's leading poets. Her work is intelligent and subtle, her language inventive and refreshing. Mr and Mrs Scotland Are Dead is a selection from her early collections, from times...