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The Book of Joe

by Jonathan Tropper

Right after high school, Joe Goffman left sleepy Bush Falls, Connecticut and never looked back. Then he wrote a novel savaging everything in town, a novel that became a national bestseller and a huge hit movie....


The Wedding Trap

The Trap Trilogy #3

by Tracy Anne Warren

From ugly duckling to beautiful swan

Eliza Hammond has always been quiet and reserved–hardly the best qualities for finding the man of her dreams and living happily ever after. A new heiress, Eliza is financially...


Sumo: The Sport and the Tradition

by J A,. Sargeant

SUMO Japan's spectacular national sport, continues to maintain its popularity despite the inroads made in recent years by baseball. Millions continue to be

enthralled by the fifteen-day championship matches now...


The Contents of the Coffin

by J.S. Fletcher

J. S. Fletcher (b. 1863, d. 1935) was a prolific British author and journalist. He wrote over 230 titles, both fiction and non fiction. He was one of foremost writers of detective fiction during the Golden Age...


Call Me Killer

by Harry Whittington

Homicide Detective Barney Manton had a simple theory about catching murderers. Just beat, torture, and hound your suspect until his life becomes completely unbearable. Stay on top of him every hour of every...


Pan and the Twins

by Eden Phillpotts

"The satire is so gentle, the philosophy so devoid of bitterness, the whole story so charmingly poetical, that it is a joy to read it."

—The Literary Digest, 1922

"It is a good deal more than classical; it is...


The Girl and the Faun

by Eden Phillpotts

In the first days of spring in ancient Greece, the faun Coix falls for the most terribly beautiful creature he's ever beheld: the shepherd's daughter Iole. Despite Coix's best efforts, she chooses a mere human...


False Evidence

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

The story of a gallant soldier who is dismissed his regiment, and disowned by his father, because he has been found guilty, on "false evidence," of cowardice in the field. He changes his name, and later his...


Summer in a Small Town: Welcome to Icicle Falls\Treasure Beach

Life in Icicle Falls #1

by Sheila Roberts & Emilie Richards

Two unforgettable towns, two touching stories…

Welcome to Icicle Falls by Sheila Roberts

It's the 1960s and Muriel loves the beautiful town of Icicle Falls, Washington. Life is good, except that her father expects...


Maledicte

The Antyre Chronicles #1

by Lane Robins

From a dazzling new voice in fantasy comes a mesmerizing tale of treachery, passion, intrigue, betrayal, and an act of pure vengeance that threatens to bring down a kingdom.

Seething with decadent appetites unchecked...


When Hoopoes Go to Heaven

by Gaile Parkin

Ten-year-old Benedict is feeling happy. His family's new home in Swaziland has the most beautiful garden in the whole entire world, teeming with insects, frogs and his favourite cinnamon-coloured birds. Here,...


The Treatment

by Mo Hayder

Hayder’s second novel after the hair-raising Birdman, The Treatment brings Detective Jack Caffery back to investigate the abduction of a little boy, a crime with disturbing parallels to Caffery's own troubled...


Alif the Unseen

World Fantasy Award for Best Novel 2013

by G. Willow Willow Wilson

“G. Willow Wilson has a deft hand with myth and with magic, and the kind of smart, honest writing mind that knits together and bridges cultures and people. You should read what she writes.”—Neil Gaiman,...


Battle Story: Waterloo 1815

by Gregory Fremont-Barnes

The Battle of Waterloo is one of the most important moments in military history. As the might of the French Empire under the leadership of the Emperor Napoleon faced the Coalition army under Duke of Wellington...


Battle Story: Ypres

by William E E Fowler

Ypres was a medieval town known for its textiles; however, it became infamous during the Great War with trench warfare, poison gas and many thousands of casualties. As the German Army advanced through Belgium,...


Battle Story: The Battle of the Bulge

by Andrew Rawson

In December 1944 the German military made their final attempt to end the Second World War by throwing in all their reserves in a desperate attempt to shatter the Allied lines. After breaking through the American-held...


Last Reminder

by Stuart Pawson

Detective Inspector Charlie Priest’s day hasn’t started well. Late for the first time in twenty years, thanks to a hangover, he’s got a grisly workload to face.

Hartley Goodrich has been found dead in his...


The Mushroom Man

by Stuart Pawson

There’s nothing Detective Inspector Charlie Priest hates more than a case involving children.

When Georgina, the eight-year-old daughter of a local businessman, goes missing, Charlie and his colleagues soon...


Over the Edge

by Stuart Pawson

Joe Crozier, a businessman with a decidedly shady past, is enjoying being wined and dined, but refusing his host's request costs Joe more than he could ever have imagined... Bound and gagged, he takes a silent...


Limestone Cowboy

by Stuart Pawson

The sun is shining in Heckley, and DI Charlie Priest is wise-cracking his way through the daily routine. Work is, if not quite relaxed, at least stress-free. The biggest case on the books? A petty thief pinching...