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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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You Don’t Know Me by Imran Mahmood
As chosen by The BBC RADIO 2 BOOK CLUB and one of The TELEGRAPH’S CRIME BOOKS OF THE YEAR. ‘Remarkable’ Simon Mayo, BBC Radio 2 It’s easy to judge between right and wrong – isn’t it? Not until you hear a convincing truth. Now it’s up to you to decide… An unnamed defendant stands accused of murder.
Way of the Argosi by Sebastien de Castell
Ten year old Ferius Parfax has a simple plan: kill every last inhabitant of the spell-gifted nation that destroyed her people, starting with the man who murdered her parents. Killing mages is a difficult business, of course, so Ferius undertakes to study the ways of the Argosi: the loosely-knit tribe of tricksters known for getting the better of even the most powerful of spellcasters.
Wanting You by Katrina Liss
A fiancee full of doubt. Her newly divorced boss. Crazy attraction… Kelly’s pre-wedding cold feet becomes a more serious issue when she spends time with her boss at a conference.
Unholy Shepherd by Robert W. Christian
A brutal crime. A town shaken to its core. And the woman who saw it all… For her entire life, Maureen has done nothing but run. Run from her past, run from her nightmares. But when she finds herself intertwined in the investigation of the brutal murders of two young boys, her dreams may hold the key to helping a struggling detective find justice.
Two Loves Lost by Susan Leigh Carlton
Loves lost, but hope remains. The war stole her husband. A stroke claimed his wife. Both were left alone, trying to raise an infant during a time of civil unrest.
The White Book by George Shadow
A strange occurrence is about to upend Sergeant Kimberley Reyna’s world after she meets a weird little girl with a magic book. The freezing mystery within the pages of this ancient scroll harbors the dark secrets of a bizarre Jewish cult willing to wield unearthly power for the protection of a nation.
The Unburied by Charles Palliser
In Victorian England, Dr. Courtine is invited to spend the days before Christmas with Austin, a friend from his youth, in the Cathedral Close of Thurchester.
The Final King by Stephen Myers
The Celestial Bells have tolled and signal the approach of a conclusion to an ancient war between Angels. Lucifer has been trapped inside the Well of Eternity by his brother Michael and his fallen brothers seek his release. Throughout history the invasion of the spiritual into the mortal realm has awakened beings of great power.
Six Weeks to Live by Catherine McKenzie
A gripping psychological suspense novel about a woman diagnosed with cancer who sets out to discover if someone tried to poison her before her time is up, from the bestselling author of the “addictive and fast-paced” (Mary Kubica, New York Times bestselling author) thriller You Can’t Catch Me.
Singing To The Dead by Caro Ramsay
Seven-year-old Troy McEwan was only wearing leggings and a thin fleece. It’s down to minus three at night and the snow is falling. His mum doesn’t know where he is. Then little Luca Scott goes missing as well. Someone is snatching boys from the streets of Glasgow. And the boys look just like one of the detectives’ own sons.
Plain as Fae by Rosalie Hunter
This far into thirty, I never expected to still be single and living with my parents, and yet, that’s precisely where I’ve found myself. But after their sudden death, my two sisters and I receive one last message from beyond the grave—and our lives change faster than our favorite tea can brew.
Pitiful Criminals by Greg Bottoms
When Greg Bottoms runs into an old friend from high school, neither man is sure if it’s worth starting their first conversation in over a decade.
New World Alpha 3 by Nick Storming
A Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy! Book 3 of 3 Armageddon has come. CT, the woman of the house and her best friend—gorgeous former actress Madelyn Heatherton— have encountered a beautiful and mysterious stranger that’s set them upon a dangerous quest.
Magic and Mayhem by Sarah Ray
After the death of her beloved husband Robert, Calla Lowell feels her childhood home calling to her in her time of grief and desperation. Packing up her life, she goes back to the small provincial town of Gillytree with her children in tow to make her parents’ old house her home again.
Garden by Carol James Marshall
It was called The Hunt… …because people are yummy. Will the Martinez sisters be able to avoid being put on the menu? Nutri-Corp enslaved their parents. Now, the sisters struggle to survive with the Gardeners in the deep woods.
Last Orders by Heather Egerton
LAST ORDERS: A compelling tale of secrets and lies in London town. MJ, an inquisitive barmaid, thinks nothing of it when one of the pub regulars tells her about his wife’s suspicious behaviour. With a little digging, MJ discovers his wife is having an affair with a leading figure from the tourism industry; an industry which starts to become the target of deadly attacks.
Evolution by MJ Duncan
Life in The Royal Ballet comes with a set of unwritten rules, and no one knows them better than Nina Devereaux. Even in her current role as the Company’s Artistic Director, those expectations still loom menacingly over her life. But when she’s granted the opportunity to bring her revolutionary ballet to stage, the little voice that has always kept her playing by the rules begins to waver as she watches her love letter to the woman who has held her heart for years come to life.
Elysium Academy by Abbie Lyons
I’m the last girl on earth you should trust to be a Guardian. I don’t believe in magic, miracles, or even karma. Because if magic could save people, then my brother would still be alive. So when my apartment catches fire the night of his funeral, I figure it’s the Universe’s idea of a bad joke. Save the girl who couldn’t save anyone else.
Dungeon Walkers by Daniel Schinhofen
Dungeon Walkers brave the depths of the dungeons for personal gain— clearing a dungeon means dungeon points to purchase gear with, but more importantly, perks. Perks are the main reason Walkers put their lives on the line. Every time a dungeon is cleared the first time, a Walker gets a choice of three perks that could change their lives. Not every Walker makes it out alive.
Dragon Brother’s Nanny by Sheena Silva
Years ago, I lost my mate and rebuilt my life without her. But today, the dragon shifter in me will never let her go. Lila is my soulmate. There’s no question about that.
Dead Secret by Noelle Holten
‘Enthralling from the first page to the last. Devoured in one sitting. Noelle Holten has become one of my must-read authors’ Angela Marsons, bestselling author of the Detective Kim Stone series Psychopaths can take root in the unlikeliest soil…
Desperado by Kevin Ikenberry
Taken from their planet and their century, they are…the Lost Soldiers. The Sear, a time of intense radiation and heat, is coming to R’Bak. Among local tribes and townspeople alike, the rush is on to secure the provisions necessary to endure the seven years when the binary suns of the 55 Tauri system make their closest approach.
Confessions of a Dirty Dochebag by Stacy McWilliams
Confessions of a Dirty Douchebag is instalment 4 of Frat House Confessions and is releasing on April 24th.
Cold Moon by Ruby Wilder
I am Françoise, Queen of the Vampires. I ran wild and free in Paris in the 1820s with my four delicious vampire lovers. But alas, this was not to be. For, after hundreds of years, a new breed of vampire rose up and tried to murder me. I woke up in London, in the year 2020.
Captured Love by Juliana Haygert
Genre: NA Contemporary Romance Warning: strong language, sex scene Word Count: 72,000 It’s been four years since twenty-year-old Jessica Hayes has been home, but when she discovers her father is dying, she must return to her hometown in South Carolina and face her past. Jessica thought patching up her relationship with her father would be her biggest challenge, but when she runs into Ryan Dawson—the catalyst of all her problems—she wonders if coming home was a mistake. Ryan knows he screwed up.
Bound By Honor by Kelsey Dawson
When danger starts to lurk, even the most bitter rivals can become allies… Elisa – I just wanted an ordinary life, but I had to be born as a daughter of the Don of one of the most powerful families in New York. I went to school to become a nurse, but now my father is giving me away to my family’s greatest enemy in order to seal a truce.
A Bride for Alston by Kimberly Grist
A potter in need of a home, a businessman thirsty for the inheritance his marriage will bring; and a proxy marriage that will mold and reshape them both. Since her parents’ death; Elly Emerson handles the household and the pottery business to help support the family farm.
Blood Ties by Philip Duncan
THEIR ONE MISTAKE… LETTING HIM LIVE. Decklan Jennings, former Army Ranger, is devastated by a brutal home invasion, which leaves his entire family dead. Angry and seeking revenge—and frustrated with the local police department’s lack of cooperation and progress in solving the crime—Decklan takes matters into his own hands.
A Lawyer for Linton by Zina Abbott
Driven by the desire to people like the man responsible for her sister’s death, Samantha Robertson has recently graduated from law school. Aware that legal opportunities are limited for women, she knows entering into a business partnership with an established attorney is her best option for opening doors in the male-dominated profession. She is thrilled when she comes across an advertisement from an attorney seeking a partner.
A Trouble of Fools by Linda Barnes
The first book in the Carlotta Carlyle series! Linda Barnes’s A Trouble of Fools is the book that introduced readers to ex-Boston cop and PI Carlotta Carlyle, who knows trouble when she sees it like the old Irish lady offering a grand in cash to find her brother…