46 Fiction Books
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You Walked In by Tia Louise
Daisy’s just trying to finish high school. Scout’s just trying to escape. Neither is looking for love, until…
What We Build Upon the Ruins by Giano Cromley
Like an arrowhead, the title story in this collection pierces through our tough skin and through to what’s delicate within. It’s the first piece in a triptych that elegantly holds together this stunning collection about love and loss and longing—our feeble human institutions and fragile relationships broken down and rusting; our tender hearts shot through with tragedy and dysfunction but still struggling to stay alive, to find wholeness and healing and rebirth in nature, or just to keep beating as long as possible in the face of overwhelming sorrow.
Walpurgisnacht by Gustav Meyrink and Mike Mitchell
Comic, fantastic and grotesque, Walpurgisnacht uses Prague as the setting for a clash between German officialdom immured in the ancient castle above the Moldau, and a Czech revolution seething in the city below. Written in 1917, Walpurgisnacht continues the message of The Green Face, of a decadent society on the brink of collapse and of a Europe past salvation. In it we see Meyrink’s exceptional narrative powers at their height.
Velvet Cuffs by Charley Descoteaux
Josh Keller never thought he would host a wedding reception—his kink club is a place where he tends bar and chains willing men to the padded wall in his private room.
Tongulish by Rita Ann Higgins
Tongulish is the language of sweet talk, babble and blather, quibble and quizzical. And Tongulish is spoken throughout Rita Ann Higgins’s lively new collection. These are provocative and heart-warming poems of high jinx and telling social comment by a gutsy, anarchic chronicler of Irish lives and foibles, mischievous and playful in their portrayal of feckless folk and outcasts, flirts and weasels, gasbags and scallywags. ‘It shouldn’t be unusual to hear a smart, sassy, unabashed, female working-class voice in Irish writing.
Understudy for Death by Charles Willeford
Charles Willeford’s legendary lost novel, unavailable since its original publication in 1961. AN UNFORGIVABLE CRIME. AN UNFORGETTABLE NOVEL. Why would a happily married Florida housewife pick up her husband’s .22 caliber Colt Woodsman semi-automatic pistol and use it to kill her two young children and herself?
Thirty Days Has September by James Strauss
This novel is set in the very center of the time of most difficult combat experienced by a United States Marine Corps rifle company.A second lieutenant, only days from training back in the states is ordered, under fire, to assume command of a company of cast off Marines, all out in the brutal bloody jungle because of the either the worst of luck or the most minor of offenses or infringement.
Things Fall Apart by William Hale Harrison
The human race is in deep trouble. Mysterious spores are spreading across the Earth, creating the inevitable zombie pandemic. As the plague moves around the world, individuals and groups of people, their cities and their cultures react to the growing disaster. From a grizzled old ex-Marine outside Chicago, to a firefighter in the Siberian Arctic, to a sword wielding school girl in Japan, and many others, their ongoing stories track the unfolding destruction of civilization as ever-increasing hordes of ravenous, naked Infected threaten humanity’s very existence!
The Warsaw Anagrams by Richard Zimler
The bestselling author of The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon delivers a wartime thriller that’s “equal parts riveting, heartbreaking, inspiring, and intelligent” (San Francisco Chronicle). With his international-bestseller The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon, Richard Zimler made a name as a master of historical thrillers. In this chilling mystery, winner of the Marques de Ouro Prize, Zimler has woven a gripping tale in the tradition of The Shadow of the Wind. It is autumn, 1940, and the Nazis have sealed four-hundred-thousand Jews into the Warsaw Ghetto.
The Sheep Dragon by L. G. Estrella
The Sheep Dragon – it sounds insane, but asking a young dragon to watch over a flock of magical sheep might just be Timmy’s ticket to financial freedom. To earn his pardon and help Everton win the war against the Eternal Empire, Timmy – Grand Necromancer extraordinaire – has his work cut out for him. Thankfully, he’s not alone. He has an elite team of questionable characters to help him turn the tide. There’s his pint-sized apprentice who dreams of becoming the Supreme Necromancer. It’s a pity she’s more adorable than menacing.
The Rise of Kings by Ben Emery
“Great fun, reminiscent of Gemmell.” A thousand years since the remaking of the Old World, an assassination becomes the first thread in a steadily unravelling prophecy.
The Pleasure Merchant by Molly Tanzer
“The Pleasure Merchant is a hilarious, sensuous, and ultimately ferocious quasihistorical novel about that most crucial of periods: the dawn of the modern era. The merchant class flexed its muscles, scientists turned their attentions to the workings of the human mind, sexual mores were challenged in public and in secret, and in every corner of society the unseen hand of the marketplace dominated all.
The Misbegotten by Justin DePaoli
They were supposed to have been hunted to extinction. But sometimes death is a myth. Astul, assassin by day and purveyor of secrets at night, has agreed to hunt down a king slayer. Somewhat for the money, a little for the ego, and a bit for the adventure… but mostly for the money. There’s just one problem.
The Last Door by M. M. Boulder
Spring eBook Sales Event on NOW! All M.M. Boulder eBooks are 40% off for a limited time only ! From the author of the breakout hit MY BETTER HALF comes a story of lost memories and murder. How far would you go to catch a killer? Amy Harrison knows something terrible happened to her parents; she just doesn’t know what because she can’t remember the first twelve years of her life.
The Hunt for the Catalyst by Artemis Hunt
Enter beautiful Mrs. Night, who seems as eager to foster Billy as he is to gaze upon her creamy skin . . . until he discovers the tattoos that cover every inch of her absolutely hot body are for summoning demons. His new home in the First Demon Realm is filled with harpies, trees with Gorgon heads and Japanese ghost children who scribble on writing pads.
The Earth Conundrum by Jeff Sims
The Alliance is desperate to avoid a war with an enemy that outnumbers them. To alleviate their personnel shortage, Captain Solear embarks on a mission to evaluate humans’ fighting potential. The results astonish him. If he tells the Alliance Senate the truth, the enemy will try to conquer Earth and the Alliance will be forced to stop them. It will start the feared all-out war. However, if he lies, the Alliance may not secure the only resource that could prevent their eventual defeat.
The Christmas House by Barry T. Kukes
Dead Granny Says, “I’ll See You On Christmas Eve.” How would you like an annual visit from your deceased loved ones?
The Devil’s Daughter by Tyeshia Sturgis
Ever since Lilith was born, an evil entity has had its claws in her. At least, that’s her belief. This entity, this demon, has caused her to do terrible things throughout her life. But when a line is crossed and Lilith commits an unspeakable act, she is sentenced to a life term in an asylum for the criminally insane. Is it a demon or is she just mentally deranged?
The Cecil Hotel by Chris Swinney
Since the magnificent and opulent double-doors opened in 1927, things have not been normal at the Cecil Hotel. Located in the heart of Los Angeles’ Skid Row, literally any and everything has happened within and outside the property. Eighteen people have died in or directly outside, two well-known serial killers spent weeks staying there while on killing sprees, and countless odd events have happened baffling all walks of life for almost one-hundred years…and yet the hotel somehow remains.
The Catacombs of Chaos by Dan Metcalf
Welcome to the British Museum, home to Lottie Lipton: nine-year-old investigator extraordinaire! Lottie has lived in the British Museum all her life – she thought she knew it like the back of her hand! But when she finds herself locked in a secret tunnel deep beneath the museum she starts to worry that she might never find her way out. Can Lottie, Uncle Bert and Reg find their way out of the tunnel by solving puzzles in the maze of passageways?
Son of Sedonia by Ben Chaney
Imagine growing up in the largest slum on the planet in the year 2080AD. 20 million people are your neighbors, huddled together in an ocean of rusted dwellings made from whatever Sedonia City, the towering metropolis in the distance, decides to throw away.
Space Scout by S. A. Pavli
The mystery of Human and Hianja genetic inheritance comes to the fore. After receipt of the Hyperspace message containing information about Human and Hianja DNA, a common Human/Hianja expedition is mounted to explore the depths of the Omega Centauri cluster, the origin of the signal. What will the expedition to Omega Centauri discover? Is it the home of the mysterious Makers? Who are they? How many other species throughout the Galaxy have they genetically modified? Why have they disappeared from the galaxy for thousands of years. And why have they sent this signal to the Solar system now .
The Best Mistake by Jenika Snow
One drunken night, Shoshanna Clarke let her inhibitions go and said yes to Toby Mason. But it wasn’t just one night of fun because sleeping with the town bad boy ended up completely changing her life. Everything changed for Toby after the night he shared with Shoshanna. He knew he’d never want anyone else, but fear of scaring her away with his need to keep her close left Toby not saying anything. She’s a good girl, and he’d been known for being the bad boy.
Sempronia the Sister of the Gracchi by Robin E Levin
Sempronia was the daughter of Cornelia the Mother of the Gracchi, the sister of the Roman reformers Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus, and the wife of Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus, the general who destroyed Carthage in 146 B.C. Scipio Aemilianus staunchly opposed Tiberius Gracchus’ land reform measures, and after his assassination stated that Tiberius was “justly murdered.” Sempronia is trapped in the middle of one of the most bitter intrafamilial feuds in history. Which side will she chose?
Reign of Four I by Jake Bible
Millennia ago, planet Helios held a grand technological civilization. But the Cataclysm tore the land apart, and the survivors were forced to flee to artificial planetoids. It did not take long for society to devolve into a virtual medieval world, with barely enough technology to survive the harshness of life in space. Out of this culture arose the Reign of Four. Aleix Teirmont was the first.
Reprieve by C. R. Daems
You have glioblastoma, an incurable brain cancer, and have less than a month to live. What price would you be willing to pay for a cure? Any price? Are you sure? Would it be worth agreeing to join an alien nation offering a cure but without any of the messy details? who and what are the aliens, proof they can cure you, why they want people from Earth, the alien’s specific needs, what they expect from those they cure, but knowing they will never see Earth again. Kayla, a seventeen-year-old teenager, and others with an assortment of lethal medical conditions are about to find out the price of life.
Perseus Transit by Jack Edward
Jack Edward, an experienced military pilot and blue water sailor brings you an exciting new space opera! Federated Colonial Commander Adam Stuart is once again asked to take command of an experimental ship. This time he is traveling out into deep space to test dangerous new engines. Lorentizan traversable wormholes that hold unimaginable power and the possibility of changing the way humanity colonizes the stars.
Passage From Aden by Sarah Ansbacher
‘Once upon a time, the port of Aden was a trading post and meeting point for people from all over the world. Now, in Tel Aviv, a short distance from the Mediterranean Sea, its spirit lives on at a little museum… But at this port, instead of goods, we trade in stories.’ When Sarah first walked through the doors of a museum that preserves the history of a little-known Jewish community, she only intended to do some research for a novel. But six months later she received their surprise job offer. She wasn’t sure what to expect but accepted anyway.
Out of Harm’s Way by Rebecca James
OUT OF HARM’S WAY I’m coming after you, baby boy. You’re going to pay for what you did. The terrifying text message from Mick Water’s abuser, recently escaped from prison, sends him spiraling into panic. His life is just getting back on track, and now he’s constantly looking over his shoulder and barely able to sleep at night. When his friends arrange for a bodyguard for him, Mick feels a confusing combination of relief at having protection, dismay at the sheer size of his new bodyguard, and arousal due to Mick’s attraction to big men.
Nullform by Dem Mikhailov
In any world, even the most terrible, survival is possible if you have a plan and stick rigidly to it, if you aspire to achieve your goal without looking back, and most importantly, if you do not settle for the small, but constantly strive toward the large. Number 11 was once regarded by the inhabitants of the Outskirts as an easy target who would not survive a single day. Now the name of Elb is uttered with fear and respect. And those who previously considered themselves the top dogs in that district now keep their own counsel concerning him, for the simple reason that the dead do not speak.
My Life After Berserker by Steven Lyle Jordan
Carolyn Kestral’s last encounter with the hostile, spiderlike aliens known as Raians, and their attack virus—code-named Venom—didn’t kill her as expected, but all the same destroyed her career in the Orion Guard. Now the proud owner of a Quicksilver-class freighter, she gathers a small crew and goes into business on her own.
No Quitting Allowed by Rebecca Royce
Previously available in the Romancing Austin anthology, now available for the first time by itself. One last assignment and then Lana is quitting her job, quitting Austin, and moving on with her life. Until Jake stumbles into her and changes the direction of her whole world. Can he make her see that both he and Austin, Texas are just where she belongs?
Love Affair in Las Vegas by Rachell Nichole
Does what happen in Vegas truly stay in Vegas? Desperate to give her daughter a better life, single mom Dawn has clawed her way to manager at a NYC top hotel, but it’s just a steppingstone. An invite to the Marietta Hotels Conference in Vegas should give her the edge for her next opportunity. Only she hadn’t counted on a sizzling attraction to the man with her dream job.
Misty by Tabitha Barret
I date emotionally unavailable guys. You heard me right. Give me the guys who are just looking for a good time or the ones who say they love you and ghost you the next day. I date them all. Why, you ask? So I won’t fall in love with them.
Hurricane Heat by Steven Barwin
Everything stops making sense for southpaw Travis Barkley when his parents die in a car crash and he is separated from his sister, Amanda. After years of being in the foster-care system, Travis receives a puzzling postcard from Amanda and heads to southern California to try to find her. His search is a dead-end until he meets Jesse and Ethan. With the help of his new friends, Travis continues to look for Amanda. Travis’s love of baseball is rekindled when Ethan convinces him to pitch on his baseball team. His attention divided, Travis must decide between jeopardizing his chance at a future in baseball and connecting with his sister.
Just a Dream by Ashleigh Pate
It’s been twenty years since the family of Renada Delahue was last heard from. Afterthe restoration of the Death Order of Damniana to the Warriors, her son, Elron,has taken his rightful place among the Orders. Following in the traditions ofhis forefathers, he quickly excelled in his skills and was chosen to become amember of the elite clan of Drow…
Ashes in the Sky by Jennifer M Eaton
After inadvertently saving the world, eighteen-year-old Jessica Martinez is ready to put adventure behind her and settle back into the familiar routine of high school.
In Siege of Daylight by Gregory S. Close
In Siege of Daylight: Book One of Light, Dark & Shadow is an epic fantasy with richly developed characters and a strong debut for a promising new series. Calvraign, the hero of the tale, is an apprentice to the king’s bard. His studies are filled with prophecy, romance, mythic enemies, and magic, and he contents himself with such fantasies until the day that he is suddenly called to the capital city. His best friend Callagh, the most skilled huntress in their village, senses something isn’t right with Calvraign’s hasty summons and follows him. Her instincts prove true, as his arrival throws the king’s court into chaos, and the two are abruptly torn from their simple country life and plunged into the real-life version of Calvraign’s tales.
Heart of a Family by Rita Hestand
Bonnie McDaniel had spent the last four years raising her brothers and sister after a tragic accident killed her parents. But now, four years later, she was out of money, and short on ideas. She had to form a plan. The only thing she could come up with was to find a husband that would help her. She’d never done anything so bold in her life.
Girl Under Fire by Julia Payne
Going after a nearly invisible international crime boss will take everything Sam has to bring him to justice.
Nyke Papadopoulos was the single most devious criminal mastermind Sam Hemming had come across. So, when the time came to take him down, she did not hesitate to set up the sting and plan the take-down. As the New York Field Office’s most experienced agent, Sam leads the elite FBI SWAT team to a location in downtown Manhattan.
Desperate Measures by Stephen Leather
She put her life on the line for her family. But now it’s time to pay the price.
A Bedlam of Bones by Suzette A. Hill
After the unsettling exploits in the Auvergne, the vicar and his companions try to resume a life of moderate respectability. But the recent events cast a long shadow and they are soon in the grip of sinister repercussions.
Blind Expectations by Nikki Leigh
At seven years old my world went dark and no light has touched me since. Left alone in a world I didn’t fit into any longer, I struggle with my blindness daily. Despite the darkness that shrouds me I see light in one place, with one person. He has no idea how much his light has given me. Until one fateful January night when I confessed my feelings for him, only to be instantly crushed. Now darkness surrounds me once again…
Asylum by Marcus Low
‘The most credible dystopian novel I have ever read’ Sunday Times Barry James is detained in a quarantine facility in the blistering heat of the Great Karoo. Here he exists in two worlds: the unforgiving reality of his incarceration and the lyrical landscapes of his dreams.
All the Way to Wrightsville by Richard LeMay
Who says you can’t run away from your problems? Twenty-one-year-old Pete plans to do just that: run away from his blue-collar, Massachusetts upbringing, his anger issues and most importantly, Jackson, his overbearing twin brother. And while he’s at it, he’ll take his deepest secret with him.
Ash The Legends of the Nameless World by Kirill Klevanski
“The Legends of the Nameless World cycle” includes the stories of key characters of the “Dragon Heart” saga. “Ash” is the first of the prequels to the “Dragon Heart” series. It can be read as a stand-alone book.