20 Fiction Books
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1. I See You by Patricia Macdonald
The perfect family — or the perfect lie? Meet the Whitmans: Anna, Alan and their adorable little girl Cindy. Together, they are the blissfully normal family next door. That’s what they want you to believe . . .
2. Girl in the Walls by A. J. Gnuse
She doesn’t exist. She can’t exist. A uniquely gothic tale about grief, belonging and hiding in plain sight’ Jess Kidd, author of Things in Jars ‘Those who live in the walls must adjust, must twist themselves around in their home, stretching themselves until they’re as thin as air.
3. Memories of Prophecies by Davis Ashura
Davis Ashura is an author of such sublime depth and beauty that his works have been known to cause a tear to fall from the eyes of even the hardest of hearts.
4. Midlife in Glimmerspell by Addison Moore
An impending divorce. A hot homicide detective. And spontaneous time travel. Midlife in Glimmerspell is proving to be magical.
5. Harborside Hatred by Sarah A. Denzil
Oakland O’Neill has been running from her past for a long time. Now it’s catching up with her.
Wherever Oakland goes, the mystery caller finds her, the one who breathes down the line, who calls her at any time of day or night, who somehow always seems to know where she is.
6. On Cold Ground by D.S. Butler
D. S. Butler is the author of the DS Jack Mackinnon series of crime mystery books set in London.
A merciless killer who will stop at nothing. And a detective with nothing left to lose.
7. Warrior Knight by Paul J Bennett
Win a tournament, find a wealthy patron, and be set for life—how hard can it be? Desperate to escape the unending duty and responsibility of being a baron’s son, Ludwig Altenburg seeks glory on the field of honour.
8. A Fatal Affair by Faith Martin
She was dressed in a long white gown, embroidered with tiny flowers. Her body was wrapped in colourful ribbons that floated in the breeze. But underneath the swathe of golden hair, a string of darkly smudged bruises ringed her neck.
9. The Vines by Shelley Nolden
In the shadows of New York City lies forbidden North Brother Island, where the remains of a shuttered hospital hide the haunting memories of century-old quarantines and human experiments. The ruins conceal the scarred and beautiful Cora, imprisoned by contagions and the doctors who torment her.
10. Storm’s Cage by Mary Stone, Amy Wilson
Secrets locked away in cages can’t tell stories…
After military veteran turned FBI agent Amelia Storm and her partner Zane bust a child porn ring run by one of Chicago’s premier mob families, two of the four men involved are dead—one by his own hand, the second by Amelia’s. A third is in jail awaiting trial… if he lives that long.
11. Half Life by Jillian Cantor
The USA Today bestselling author of In Another Time reimagines the pioneering, passionate life of Marie Curie using a parallel structure to create two alternative timelines, one that mirrors her real life, one that explores the consequences for Marie and for science if she’d made a different choice.
12. A Million Reasons Why by Jessica Strawser
When two strangers are linked by a mail-in DNA test, it’s an answered prayer—that is, for one half sister. For the other, it will dismantle everything she knows to be true.
13. Floodpath by Emily B. Martin
The epic fantasy adventure begun in Sunshield races to its thrilling conclusion in this imaginative finale in which the fate of four extraordinary young people—and their nations—will be decided.
14. Strange Company by Nick Cole
Surrounded and outgunned, a group of private military contractors known as “Strange Company” find themselves on a remote planet at the edge of known space, and on the losing end of a bad contract. Orbital D-beam strikes, dropships bristling with auto-guns, missiles, and troops – even Monarch space marines in state-of-the-art advanced battle rattle – will try to prevent the company from reaching the exfil LZ and getting off-world.
15. The Fall of Koli by M. R. Carey
Koli has come a long way since being exiled from his small village of Mythen Rood. In his search for the fabled tech of the Old Times, he knew he’d be battling shunned men, strange beasts and trees that move as fast as whips. But he has already encountered so much more than he bargained for.
16. A Chance Encounter by Rae Shaw
Julianna Baptiste, a feisty bodyguard, finds her new job tedious, until her boss, the evasive Jackson Haynes, spikes her curiosity. Who is behind the vicious threats to his beautiful wife and why is he interested in two estranged siblings?
17. Murder By Page One by Olivia Matthews
Marvey, a librarian, has moved from Brooklyn to a quirky small town in Georgia. When she’s not at the library organizing events for readers, she’s handcrafting book-themed jewelry and looking after her cranky cat. At times, her new life in the South still feels strange…and that’s before the discovery of the dead body in the bookstore.
18. Wicked Games by Gemma Halliday, Jennifer Fischetto
From #1 Amazon, New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Gemma Halliday comes a cosplay convention that turns deadly…
19. The Unbroken by C. L. Clark
In an epic fantasy unlike any other, two women clash in a world full of rebellion, espionage, and military might on the far outreaches of a crumbling desert empire. Touraine is a soldier.
20. Bitchalante by M. D. Cooper
On a corrupt world, one woman will take a stand for justice…
After years of war, strife, and struggle, Kora has returned home to the city of Cerulean, hoping to build a quiet life for herself away from the Genevian capital and the demands of generals and politicians.