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Fiction generally is a narrative form, in any medium, consisting of people, events, or places that are imaginary—in other words, not based strictly on history or fact. In its most narrow usage, fiction refers to written narratives in prose and often specifically novels, though also novellas and short stories.
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Witch in the White City by Nick Wisseman
Thousands of exhibits. Millions of visitors. One supernatural killer. Neva’s goals at the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago are simple. Enjoy the spectacle—perhaps the greatest the United States has ever put on (the world’s fair to end all world’s fairs!).
Watch Me Disappear by Janelle Brown
The disappearance of a beautiful, charismatic mother leaves her family to piece together her secrets in this propulsive novel for fans of Big Little Lies—from the bestselling author of All We Ever Wanted Was Everything. “Tantalizing and twisty . . . a spider’s web of a novel . . .
Twisted Little Things and Other Stories by Amy Cross
A man accidentally receives two dangerous wooden figures in the mail… A woman is preparing breakfast for her children when she hears a dangerous voice in her head… Late one night, an old man meets a strange girl on a canal towpath… Twisted Little Things and Other Stories is a collection of short horror stories. These are tales of the hidden darkness that can lurk in the modern world, threatening to lash out and destroy lives.
Triple Jeopardy by Christopher Lowery
‘Lowery delivers a proper page-turner. A murder-suicide, missing safety deposit boxes and the sale of diamonds pull amateur sleuth Jenny Bishop into a world of lies, corruption and murder.
Trimming England by M.J. Nicholls
Fiction. Illustrated by Kathleen Nicholls. M.J. Nicholls’ path-breaking new book is a stark and uncompromising account of the bizarre and regrettable period when the British government set about trimming England. In 2021, British Prime Minister Frank Oakface elected to rid each English county of its most irritating citizen, deporting them for a period of incarceration in Jersey’s one-star Hotel Diabolique.
The World Walker by Ian W. Sainsbury
Just outside Los Angeles, a prisoner hidden away for 70 years sits up, gets off the bed and disappears through a solid wall. In Australia, a magician impresses audiences by producing real elephants. Nobody realizes it’s not an illusion. Across the world, individuals and ancient organizations with supernatural power suddenly detect the presence of something even they can’t understand.
The Uvalde Raider by Ben H. English
A MILITARY THRILLER BY BEN H. ENGLISH The time is the eve of the First Gulf War. The place is an abandoned World War II emergency landing strip for heavy bombers, nestled amid the near countless miles upon miles of wide openness in West Texas. Here another climatic battle will be fought, while the rest of the world focuses on what would become known as Operation Desert Storm.
The Trouble with Lords by Sophia Grey
The trouble with Lords, is that one can never know whether or not their intentions are entirely honorable… Surprised by the honor of an invitation to tea at Rosings Park while visiting her friend Charlotte Collins at Hunsford, Elizabeth Bennet is surprised to see how sickly Lady Catherine’s daughter is.
The Thief Taker by Janet Gleeson
In the cellar there was no sound at all except her own breathing and the soft rustle of her skirts. After her eyes had grown accustomed to the dark, she noticed a niche in the wall a yard from where she stood. She saw something there about the size of her fist.
The Spy of Venice by Benet Brandreth
Shakespeare in Love meets C. J. Sansom in a historical thriller with a swashbuckling twist—and a hero as you’ve never seen him before. August, 1585. England needs its greatest hero to step forward . . .
The Sign of Death by Callie Hutton
USA Today bestselling author Callie Hutton returns with her second Victorian Book Club mystery, in which Lady Amy and Lord William sleuth the death of a teetotaler who took a fatal dunk in the drink. Bath, England, 1891. Mr. James Harding was a lot of things—businessman, well-to-do, probable scoundrel—but a drinker he most assuredly was not.
The Seekers of Chashmal by Daniel Shatz
My name is Erlkind. I’m hiding in the sewers of Chasheer. They’re going to kill me soon. I am still having the visions. Sometime in the next fifty years, there will be a great war in this country that will spread to the world. With the Chashmal nearly at the Council’s fingertips, this war will end in the death of thousands if not millions of people.
The Presence by Heather Graham
Revisit the misty hills of Scotland, where there might be ghosts and there’s certainly a killer, in this thrilling tale of romantic suspense from New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham. It seemed like the ultimate moneymaking plan—buy an ancient, run-down Scottish castle and turn it into a tourist destination.
The Overstory by Powers Richard
A monumental novel about trees and people by one of our most “prodigiously talented” (The New York Times Book Review) novelists. An Air Force loadmaster in the Vietnam War is shot out of the sky, then saved by falling into a banyan. An artist inherits a hundred years of photographic portraits, all of the same doomed American chestnut.
The Outlaw Varjak Paw by S.F. Said
Having saved the city cats from a fate worse than death, Varjak Paw finds himself the elected and popular leader of a new gang – a gang that supports freedom and kindness for all.
The Novida Code by J.N. David
After a year of fighting, Earth has capitulated. The place is overrun with invaders; governments no longer exist and communication between the world’s countries has broken down entirely. They tell me there’s nothing more we can do and that it’s useless to fight back.
The Confessions of Al Capone by Loren D Estleman
Multiple award-winner Loren D. Estleman has produced a major biographical novel on the infamous Mobster known as Scarface, rigorously researched and deftly nuanced to offer an intimate portrait of the gangster whose terrible crimes and larger-than-life persona have both fascinated and appalled the world for nearly a century; whose legacy is still widely debated; and whose brutally ambitious career in the Mafia continues to inspire filmmakers and writers to plumb its excesses and its contradictions.
The Lucifer Sanction by Jason Denaro
“Genius! The format is nothing like I’ve ever read. Totally brilliant!!! Pulitzer!!! I loved every sentence.” – Steve Fanter – FBI, Retired. “Excellent. I was intrigued throughout the book and found myself wanting to keep reading on to see how it ended. It certainly all came together in the ending!!!” – Stephen Martino. — Prologue: “The United Nations predicts the world population will exceed nine billion people in the year 2075. The overpopulation process is accelerating at an unsustainable rate. Discounting natural disasters we will outgrow this planet in very short time.
Such Pretty Things by Lisa Heathfield
A terrifying story of ghosts and grief, perfect for fans of Shirley Jackon’s The Haunting of Hill House and Henry James The Turn of the Screw, in award-winning author Lisa Heathfield’s first adult novel.
Stone of Spells by J.L. Collins
Never trust a cat. Especially if he’s psychic. She lost her job, her perfect house, and now Maggie Owens is sure she’s losing her sanity. Her whole life feels like it’s crumbling at her feet and there’s no way her witchy powers can fix it.
Scream Blue Murder by Tony J Forder
FIRST PUBLISHED IN 2017 – REPUBLISHED IN APRIL 2021. Book #1 in the Mike Lynch action-adventure series… a thrilling ripping yarn. After witnessing a murder in a lay-by, Mike Lynch snatches the victim’s car in order to get away.
Rock Hard Boss by Fern Fraser
He’s not who she thinks he is. He’s so much more. Max Steele is not my type, despite his fame, OTT good looks, muscles and deep set soulful blue eyes. Other people may fawn over the ex-rock star. Not me. He’s cocky, arrogant and rude …. a total alpha hole! Accepting a short term, highly paid role as his PA was a mistake. Being close to him stirs up feelings I do not want. Not with him.
Pain Seeker by D.N. Hoxa
Betrayed. Defeated. Chained. I used to be a sister, a friend, a ruler of the elflands that belonged to my family’s House. Now, I am a prisoner of the fae, my kind’s sworn enemy since the beginning of time. They put chains around me, thinking they can keep me from breaking free and taking their lives. They can’t.
Rescued By the Cowboy by Em Petrova
Ross Wynton, leader of WEST Protection. He’s got a head for the tactical and an instinct for danger. Then in walks the one person who reminds him that he’s also a man. After a big breakthrough with her gene editing project, Doctor Pippa Hamlin is neck-deep in danger and threats. On the run, she turns to the only person she knows who can protect her—the hot cowboy crush from her gawky teen years.
No Surrender by Nora Phoenix
No matter what he feels for Wander, he’ll never surrender to him. I’m in control of my life. That has become Burke’s mantra. He lost control somewhere along the way, descending into a downward spiral until he hit rock bottom. Now he’s back, sober, and determined to never be in that position again. Ever.
Need You by Me by Endiya Carter
Courtesy of my controlling father, Marshall and I have been living together for the last couple of years. Because of his profession, we’d managed to stay out of each other’s way. His age and respect for my father is what kept him from giving in to my flirtatious advances. Over the years, we’d managed not to cross that line, until that one slightly drunken night…
Magic on the Storm by Devon Monk
Product Description Allison Beckstrom is committed to her work tracing illegal spells. Now, there’s an apocalyptic storm bearing down on Portland, and when it hits, all the magic in the area will turn unstable and destructive. To stop it from taking out the entire city, Allie and her lover, the mysterious Zayvion Jones, must work with the Authority-the enigmatic arbiters of all things magic-and take a stand against a magical wildstorm that will obliterate all in its path…
And Then We Fell In Love by Kay Shanee
For a strong-willed, independent woman like Keyla Carson, looking for love is not on the agenda. However, should love come her way, she will welcome it with open arms. Working as a registered nurse, she doesn’t have the time to dedicate to dating, but she has needs that only a man can meet… and then there he is.
Forever Mine by Joanne Dannon
She’s in love with her brother’s best friend. He just wants to protect her from his toxic family. Ivy Carson has been in love with Leo Haller for as long as she can remember. And at times, she wonders if he feels the same way. But he’s always kept her at arm’s length—after all, he’s her brother’s best friend, and she knows he wouldn’t want to jeopardize the friendship.
Craving A Thug’s Love by Asia Monique
You’re cordially invited to the wedding of Sheldon Black and Monroe Harper. Him I was in love with my fiancé—the woman I was marrying in six weeks’ time and she had no idea. Her I was marrying the love of my life, only he didn’t see me in the same way. Falling for my fiancé, hadn’t been the plan, but when did things ever go as planned? They were promised to one another before birth.⠀