Free Fiction Collection
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A Pirate’s Wrath by Brenna Ash
A strong-willed woman. A ruthless pirate. Their formidable bond.Seonag Ruane never believed her father died in an ambush. She knows he was betrayed by men he trusted. Driven by her mother’s grief and her own need for vengeance, Seonag will do whatever it takes to discover the truth. Even risk her own life.
Agent by Adam Bailey
Jeff Winters had nothing to live for until he found the woman of his dreams. But if he wasn’t careful, he was going to lose everything. Rodney trained him. The Agency unleashed him.
Zeus and the Skeleton Army by Tracey West
Zeus and his fellow gods-in-training attempt to capture the king of hell’s hound in this latest Heroes in Training chapter book!
Yellow Rain by Mai Der Vang
A reinvestigation of chemical biological weapons dropped on the Hmong people in the fallout of the Vietnam War In this staggering work of documentary, poetry, and collage, Mai Der Vang reopens a wrongdoing that deserves a new reckoning.
Unlocking Secrets by Linzi Baxter
No matter how hard she tried, Sidney couldn’t outrun her past. Sidney Carpenter never expected to see her ex again. Ten years ago, she worked with the FBI to put him away for life. So when he broke into her house and shot her, she knew her only option was to run.
The Ghost of Midnight Lake by Lucy Strange
From award winning author Lucy Strange comes a thrilling ghost story about a strong willed heroine who will follow even the most restless spirit in order to untangles the dark mystery of her own past.
The Gates of Tagmeth by P.C. Hodgell
New novel in the Kencyrath series, sequel to The Sea of Time. Adventure in a well-crafted high fantasy land. Destruction is in Jame Knorth’s nature. Literally. She is the avatar of of a god known at That-Which-Destroys, the god of chaos and ruin.
Tenderness by Derrick Austin
In a country where violence and the threat of violence is a constant weather for queer black people, where can the spirit rest? With lush language, the meditative poems in the Isabella Gardner Award-winning Tenderness examine the fraught nature of intimacy in a nation poisoned by anti-Blackness and homophobia.
Sweet Island Romance by Julia Hope
*Amazon Bestselling Author* BRITTNEY EDWARDS’ late husband loved adventure and risk and he’d paid the ultimate price, his life. With too many emotional memory triggers in New York, it was time Brittney, and her children started a new life elsewhere. Parrot Beach Island beckoned them as did Cindy, Brittney’s sister, and Helen, their grandmother.
Stormwielder by Aaron Hodges
The Sword of Truth meets Eragon in this epic new fantasy series by New York Times Bestselling Author Aaron Hodges. Not all magic is a gift…
Short Dog by Dan Fante
“Soaked in booze and sadness, psychotic eruptions and hilarity.”—Willy Vlautin In the freewheeling, debaucherous tradition of Charles Bukowski, a taxi driver’s stories from the streets of lowlife Los Angeles—with an introduction by Willy Vlautin.
Set Me Free by Ann Clare LeZotte
A riveting standalone companion to the Schneider Family Book Award winner, Show Me a Sign by Deaf author and librarian, Ann Clare LeZotte. “Instantly captivating…will keep readers hooked until the very end…
Room to Dream by Kelly Yang
New York Times bestselling author Kelly Yang is back with another heartwarming and inspiring story of Mia and friends! Mia Tang is going for her dreams! After years of hard work, Mia Tang finally gets to go on vacation with her family — to China!
Riccardino by Andrea Camilleri
The long-awaited last novel in the transporting and beloved New York Times bestselling Inspector Montalbano series “At eighty, I foresaw Montalbano’s departure from the scene, I got the idea and I didn’t let it slip away.
Now a Major Motion Picture by Cory McCarthy
Their fantasy is her reality in this bright and uplifting contemporary coming-of-age novel by the acclaimed author of Breaking Sky and You Were Here. Iris Thorne wants to blaze her own path.
No Time to Cry by James Oswald
From one of the UK’s biggest crime writers – the man brought you the bestselling Inspector McLean novels – comes a phenomenal new series guaranteed to have your heart in your mouth.
Murder By the Seaside by Yana Headford
Lord Alexander Grey looked forward to spending a couple of months in the picturesque English small town St Margaret’s at Cliffe, away from the smog and noise of London. He envisioned himself looking out at the sea while he was resting his injured leg from his last case, and leisurely finishing writing his Art History book.
Let Me Sleep by Laura J. Sillett
He would do anything to remember. And even more to forget. Tormented by nightmares of a screaming woman, Nico Jakes opens his eyes to an unfamiliar world. Forced into hiding by a global war, a society has made its home underground.
Her Father’s Daughter by Eilidh Miller
When war comes to the Scottish Highlands in 1746, Emilia Stewart must come to terms with who she truly is even as the bloody final battle irrevocably shatters the world and life she’s always known.
Friends with Benefits Goals by Barbi Cox
Can soccer’s most notorious bad boy be tamed by love? As the star player of the L.A. Stars, Massimo is used to getting whatever he wants, whenever he wants it.
Envoy of the Lord by S.W. O’Connell
1959: Sputnik circles the earth and the Cold War turns dark. Mattheus Melchior, a cynical veteran of Hitler’s army who moves to Canada to escape war-torn Europe, is recruited by the Canadian Ministry of Defense (MOD) in a scheme to harness the power of the mind to cross time and spy on the Soviets.
Dreams Of Emerald by Evelyn Shine
From her dreams to reality… Since they met in Paris, sensuous Durant Lemaitre haunts Evayne’s restless nights. During their encounter, every covert glance and lingering touch spoke of his love for her.
Doompoint by Sam Bates
As a former mercenary, Dane strived for a comfortable life for his family. Now, as a plague reanimating the dead spreads through the realm of Akreya and a mad king imposes martial law on the magically-gifted, Dane is forced from his quiet life and thrown into a battle unlike any he has fought before.
Cuba in My Pocket by Adrianna Cuevas
By the author of 2021 Pura Belpré Honor Book The Total Eclipse of Nestor Lopez, a sweeping, emotional middle grade historical novel about a twelve-year-old boy who leaves his family in Cuba to immigrate to the U.S. by himself, based on the author’s family history.
Catch Us When We Fall by Juliette Fay
If you love the emotionally complex novels of JoJo Moyes and the dramatic books of Jodi Picoult, you won’t want to miss this newest book about second chances, redemption, and the power of hope from USA Today bestselling author of Shelter Me, Juliette Fay.
Captain Madigan by Patrick Fullmer
Smuggling, fighting, killing – the life of a space privateer is a young man’s game. Albert Madigan, captain of the Whiskey Richard, sure as hell knows that description no longer applies to him.
Breathe by Sage Roffe
Half died in the first twelve years, another half will die before help from Earth can arrive. On a world turned toxic by the Belch, an industrial catastrophe that spewed hundreds of tons of Xenochem-646 into the air, the survivors concentrated in one central city scrabble and scrape for every molecule of oxygen they can get.
Awake by Harald Voetmann
Harald Voetmann’s eye-opening English debut, Awake, is the first book of his erudite, grotesque, and absurdist trilogy about mankind’s inhuman will to conquer nature In a shuttered bedroom in ancient Italy, the sleepless Pliny the Elder lies in bed obsessively dictating new chapters of his Natural History to his slave Diocles.
Accident by Stan Charnofsky
Charlotte returns to solve another case in the second installment of the Charlotte Smart Mystery Series. Greg Smart, Charlotte’s brother, has flown in from California for his big sister Charlotte’s 70th birthday. Charlotte, the previous year, solved a murder when Greg visited her at her retirement village.