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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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This Life by Quntos KunQuest
This Life is the debut novel by Quntos KunQuest, a longtime inmate at Angola, the infamous Louisiana State Penitentiary. This marks the appearance of a bold, distinctive new voice, one deeply inflected by hiphop, that delves into the meaning of a life spent behind bars, the human bonds formed therein, and the poetry that even those in the most dire places can create.
The Prey by Claire Thompson
Lured… Abducted… Trained… Hunted… False pretenses brought Mara to the island, where she’s held captive. Forced to submit, brutally trained and harshly disciplined, Mara is determined to escape. Dangerous, high-powered men claim her at their whim.
The Obsidian Throne by Rowan Wright
As the daughter of the Lord of the Underworld, Ember Ashworth knows she will never have a normal life. While other kids her age are preparing for college and going on dates, Ember constantly struggles to keep her regular life on the Surface separate from her role as a princess in the Underworld.
The Last Swordmage by Martin F. Hengst
After being sold into slavery by her father and accused of a murder she didn’t commit, Tiadaria finds herself facing the executioner’s axe. The only thing standing in the way is the village Constable. After thirty years of loyal service to the Imperium, Royce retired to King’s Reach as the village’s Constable.
The Lighthouse Inn by Jessie Newton
Sometimes forgiveness of the past is the only way forward. The Lighthouse Inn, a National Historic Landmark on the island of Nantucket, needs new caretakers. Experience with sailing, running a bed and breakfast, and marine life required.
The Green Chamber by Martine Desjardins
Once a modest farmer, the patriarch of the Delorme family has made a killing when he sold his land to a railway company. Following in his footsteps, his son Louis-Dollard has built a luxurious apartment building in the center of town and is now a wealthy landlord. At his father’s death, he robs his brother of his inheritance in order to build a house designed like a bank, with brass-grilled counters and an underground vault hidden behind the furnace.
The Berlin Zookeeper by Anna Stuart
Two women. One shocking wartime secret. And a family mystery just waiting to be discovered… Berlin Zoo, 1943: Ten-year-old Adelaide and her newborn sister are orphaned after a devastating night of bombing. Heartbroken and frightened, Adelaide runs to her mother’s closest friend, Katharina Heinroth, and the kind zookeeper takes the two little girls under her protection.
Tarsus by J.C. Owens
The despised white centaur may be the key to Varan’s heart… Born into hatred, his odd white coat a source of disgust to his centaur tribe, Tarsus is well used to mockery and contempt. But when he’s kidnapped from his high-blood family by a rival faction, he realizes his torment has only begun.
Steel’s Edge by Ilona Andrews
The Edge lies between worlds, on the border between the Broken, where people shop at Wal-Mart and magic is a fairy tale—and the Weird, where blueblood aristocrats rule, changelings roam, and the strength of your magic can change your destiny… Charlotte de Ney is as noble as they come, a blueblood straight out of the Weird.
Southern Mystics by Amy Boyles
Pepper Reign is slowly adjusting to life as a new mom. Between waking up at all hours of the night and having her breast milk stolen by her mother-in-law (to feed the baby, of course), Pepper barely has time to catch her breath.
Savage in the Streets by Lark Anderson
Savage is my name, Haircutting is my game… Which is why it comes as a complete shock when I’m accused of swindling seniors out of their retirement. Thanks, Dad! In steps hot-shot attorney Ashton Ward. He’s WAY too pricey for my broke bottom, but a dark secret compelled him to take my case. Cruel. Angry. Over-the-top-sexy.
Roc by Robert M. Kerns
A woman on the run. An unexpected meeting. Rising tensions. Sloane happily worked as a farmhand for an elderly couple in Nebraska…until people arrived in blacked-out SUVs asking about a woman who turns into a giant bird. When Sloane refused to go with them, they killed her elderly employers and razed the farm to the ground. Then? They pinned the crimes on her.
No Hiding in Boise by Kim Hooper
When Angie is awakened by a midnight call from an officer with the Boise Police Department, she thinks there must be a misunderstanding. The officer tells her that her husband was involved in a shooting at a local bar, but how can that be possible when her husband is sleeping right next to her? Except when she turns to wake him, he isn’t there.
Lostlander by Dean F. Wilson
Welcome to nowhere. Nox, the Coilhunter, wakes up in unfamiliar territory, victim of a deranged man who claims he’s from another world, and who’s building an army of slaves to help him get back there. The eccentric bounty hunter must face off the wild of the desert and the wild in men, all the while trying to piece together what happened from his fractured memory.
Liam by Stella Shaw
The brawny Dom and the beautiful Diva—and the secrets they keep A personal trainer and part-time escort, Liam is burly, bossy, and perfectly cast as the resident Dom at the Haven Hotel. And if anything falls outside that box—like the lacy lingerie he keeps hidden in his gym bag—that’s easily ignored, right? Felix’s career as a successful model means being at the beck and call of anyone who requires him.
Leverage by Jeffrey A Ballard
Almost a hundred years ago, a major terrestrial event reshaped the earth’s coastlines. Goodbye entire cities. Goodbye entire states. Goodbye entire countries. And when the authorities outlawed salvaging from these sunken sites, why say hello to a new breed of criminal: underwater reclamation specialists. Even a hundred years later, there’s still a whole lot of loot for the reclaiming. Explosions are a nasty way to greet someone …
King of Lies by Nikki Pennington
Kai One year ago, I made a stupid decision because I thought it was the right thing to do. I’ll never find someone to live up to Ivy Montgomery. All I do is push her away, and I can’t stop breaking her heart. With a last name like Kingston, I’m not meant to settle down with one girl. Ivy One year ago, I let a man break me apart. No matter what I do I can’t escape him. He’s everywhere.
Ivory Shoals by John Brandon
In the tradition of Mark Twain and Cormac McCarthy comes this distinctly American, pulse-quickening epic from the acclaimed author of Citrus County and Arkansas.”I opened John Brandon’s new novel and fell hard. An adventure full of grit and wonder, far-flung and yet uniquely, specifically American.
How to Catch a Vet by Ana Ashley
The first thing I learned at Vet school was to always expect the unexpected. Well, I sure never saw Santiago Torres or his adorable Great Dane coming. Santi is everything I’m not. Tall, confident, overbearing, and if I’m to believe his advances, he’s also very experienced in…well, you know what. I always play safe, but it’s time to ditch the v-card.
His Horny Lizard by L.K. Rayne
A Full-length Standalone Romantic Comedy There’s nothing quite like spending a Friday night teasing the CEO’s lizard. It’s not like I have anything better to do. I certainly wouldn’t rather be tossing back drinks at happy hour with my best friend or catching up on the latest season of “The Bachelorette.” But what’s a lowly intern to do? Sure, it’s sad that my career ended up here—feeding a pet that lives in more luxury than I’ll ever see in my sorry life, but this job is the last thing standing between me and the unemployment line.
Hawks on Wires by Dave Smith
Dave Smith’s sixteenth poetry collection chronicles the arc of almost sixty years living in the American South. From dusty sawmills to the ubiquitous Waffle House, Hawks on Wires stages both mortal and comic dramas that speak to the poet’s autumnal acceptance of himself and the South. Poems of growing up engaged with the people of the coast and woodlands—boatmen, hunters, crabbers, sawyers, and tough-mouthed waitresses—celebrate the once strong but now tenuous threads of community.
Go Away Birds by Michelle Edwards
Skye is looking for normal. She grew up different and it rankles. Home isn’t normal; her mom isn’t normal. Her brother, beloved as he is, isn’t quite normal, either. Her marriage was kind of normal (Cam is a wealthy, handsome man who’s nice enough) and now it’s a dumpster fire. And look at South Africa entirely NOT normal.
Forbidden Blossom by Nola Li Barr
A decades-old scandal. A mysterious inheritance. Can a young woman survive a family desperate to keep their past buried? 2010. Anne Huang never cared to call anywhere home. But her carefree lifestyle of blogging and travel is interrupted when a stranger with ties to her family bequeaths her a fortune. And with no knowledge of her history, she soon finds herself thrown in with a nest of billionaire vipers determined to lock away their skeletons.
Falling for Flynn by Erica Breyer
In the high-stakes world of professional polo, Flynn Coltan rules the field. But when it comes to love, his heart is out of bounds. Until a feisty flame-haired filly decides to cross the line…
Escape From Guinea Island by Dexter Conrad
When creature-of-habit news editor Jenny McBeth is suddenly given a coveted promotion she is not qualified for, she finds herself thrust into a motley news crew and sent to an island off the coast of Australia. Her task: to hunt down the truth behind the British Royal family’s disappearance, whose plane lost contact over the uncharted territory. Shortly after arriving, the group realizes something is amiss, and soon it is they who become the hunted in a struggle of deception and survival.
Consolation by Garry Disher
Someone is stealing women’s underwear, and Hirsch knows how that kind of crime can escalate. Then two calls come in: a child abandoned in a caravan, filthy and starving. And a man on the rampage at the primary school. Hirsch knows how things like that can escalate, too. An absent father who isn’t where he’s supposed to be; another who flees to the back country armed with a rifle.
A Christmas Gift by Katie Flynn
Sixteen-year-old Lizzy Atherton is forced to flee her violent step-father in the middle of the night, and finds herself stranded on a station platform completely alone. Desperate to know what has become of her beloved mother, who she had no choice but to leave behind, Lizzy returns the next day only to find her home deserted.
Battleship Boys by Paul Lally
WW2-era, Montana Class battleship, USS New Hampshire, BB-70 is a paint-chipped, rusted-out, down at her heels, 68,000-ton “Museum Ship” that lost her lease in Portsmouth, NH, and is heading for the breakers……until high-tech billionaire Jack Riley makes her seaworthy, so that his ailing father can sail one last time on the very first ship he served on in Vietnam as a “butter bar” navy ensign.
A Paradise to Die For by David James Dixon
It is almost summer in the Cyclades Islands. One murder, three abductions and an old buried secret threaten the stability of the tourist industry and the dreams of many. An unlikely couple, Jordan and Maria, are leading the search to trace the perpetrators and find their missing friend. How many more dreams will become nightmares before the secret is unearthed in this Greek Paradise?
A House of Bells by J.T. Croft
A woman haunted by fate, a child silenced by fear, and a house full of secrets and bells. 1918. Stripped of her reputation and haunted by a spirit she failed to protect, the young governess Grace Meadows finds herself out of time and growing more and more desperate. But when she’s offered a strange job from an eccentric medium, she never could have imagined what she was signing up for.