52 Fiction Books
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Unicorn Mountain by Michael Bishop
Unicorn Mountain, a Mythopoeic Fantasy Award winner for Best Novel, here appears in a re-edited and revised version in Michael Bishop’s preferred text some thirty years after its original publication, when it was hailed for its adult focus, its gritty characters and situations, and its imaginative narrative elements, which include ranching in Colorado, Ute Indian lore, a Denver-based advertising firm, Swing Era music, an old Bendix TV set that transmits signals from an askew parallel Earth, and, last but no less disquieting, transdimensional migrations of living unicorns.
Twinfluence by Grace Costello
One last twin swap. What could go wrong? Twenty-six-year-old Dani’s identical twin sister calls her out of the blue with a colossal problem. Sophie needs to jet off to Mexico to save her friend from a botched tummy tuck but her boss won’t let her take any PTO. Dani, eager to repair their strained relationship, leaves her glamorous LA life behind as a top social media influencer to save the day.
These Lifeless Things by Premee Mohamed
Eva is a survivor. She’s not sure what she survived, exactly, only that They invaded without warning, killed nearly all of humanity, and relentlessly attack everyone who’s left. All she can do to stay sane, in the blockaded city that’s no longer home, is keep a journal about her struggle. Fifty years later, Eva’s words are found by Emerson, a young anthropologist sent to the ruins to study what happened. The discovery could shed light on the Invasion, turning the unyielding mystery of the short war into a story of hope and defiance.
The Ups and Downs of Being Dead by M. R. Cornelius
Fifty-seven year old Robert Malone is the CEO of a successful clothing store chain and married to a former model. When his doctor tells him he is dying of cancer, he refuses to go quietly. Instead of death, Robert chooses cryonics. He knows it’s a long shot. His frozen body will be stored in liquid nitrogen for the next seventy-five years, and then he’ll wake up in the future.
The Sentient Mimic by Ian Williams
After the devastation caused to the city at the end of The Sentient Collector, those left to clean up the mess are unaware that the threat still remains. Finding out the truth will bring forth a new nightmare. Only in what form that threat will come, is beyond anything the citizens of New Chelmsford could ever have imagined.
The Sentient Corruption by Ian Williams
The end is here. The war has now arrived. The fight back must begin! The events in The Sentient Collector and The Sentient Mimic have placed many in a terrifying situation. With the enemy now in complete control of the city, the citizens of New Chelmsford are facing a desperate struggle. Survival is now a matter of how well those that are left alive can hide. But there is still hope in the war against Isaac and his growing force of mindless soldiers.
The Robot General by Kyle Anthony
A living legend accused of sabotage. Three hundred years ago a liaison robot turned warrior sided with humans in the Great A.I. War. He’s one of few hi-level sentients allowed to live. But all this doesn’t matter now because he’s on the run. And the innocent never run. Armed with emotion chip-fueled determination and his beloved weapons, the general flees to a nearby planet where he must unravel a tangled conspiracy to prove his innocence.
The Priest by James Eggebeen
Everyone knows the gods are long dead. But what if one of them survived? When magical abilities awakened in Sulrad, it cost him everything. His family, his home, and his dignity. Getting invited to study magic in the wizards’ city of Amedon was a step in the right direction, but it set him on a path that would land him in even more trouble than he was already in.
The Monks of Appalling Dreadfulness by John Connolly
From internationally bestselling author John Connolly, a new short story to brighten the dark months, featuring the beloved character of Samuel Johnson. The Monks of Appalling Dreadfulness are the most feared assassins in the Multiverse. They are ruthless. They are cunning. They can do interesting things with oranges. Now they have been hired to hunt down and kill the demon Nurd, along with every friend he’s ever had. But friends come in all shapes and sizes, and with all kinds of talents. The Monks of Appalling Dreadfulness are about to meet their match…
The Mersey Mistress by Sheila Riley
‘A powerful and totally absorbing family saga that is not to be missed. I turned the pages almost faster than I could read.’ Carol Rivers Brand NEW from Liverpool’s very own bestselling author, Sheila Riley 1910 LIVERPOOL DOCKS Ruby Swift is a hard-working, straight-talking woman of substance who does not suffer fools gladly, But when tragedy strikes on a bitter Christmas Eve, Ruby and her beloved Archie take matters into their own hands when a trusted employee’s house is mysteriously engulfed by flames and lives are lost.
The Mariner by Ade Grant
A Post-Apocalyptic Jaunt through a Psycho-Sexual Nightmare He awoke with a buzzing in his head, lost at sea… Hidden amidst the fractured remains of a sunken world are the answers the Mariner craves. The ocean is endless and yet he has the tools for such a hunt; an antique slave ship infested with Tasmanian devils, a crate of semi-automatic weapons, and a dreamlike clue formed loosely in his mind. Sinister impulses, however, gnaw at his soul, unravelling his sanity: a proclivity for violence and a hunger for rape.
The Hudson Valley Mystery by Craig Stephen Copland
THE HUDSON VALLEY MYSTERY. A terrible tragedy has taken place just outside New York City. A young man murdered his father and then went stark raving mad. Sherlock Holmes is called upon by the lad’s mother to solve the crime. So, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. and Mrs. Watson make their way to America. There they meet the villains of Tammany Hall and maybe – no one will ever know – a ghostly apparition the haunts the pleasant glade known as Sleepy Hollow.
The Halls of Moambati by Russell C. Connor
SEEK THE TRUTH The desert is passed and, after a tragic loss, Korden and his companions arrive at the Skyreach, a range of formidable mountains once known as the Rockies. There, in the shadow of the great summits, they will find peace in the small village of Wilton, whose inhabitants hold no fear of the Dark Filament. But a secret hides beneath the town’s calm surface.
The Box of Cards by Craig Stephen Copland
THE BOX OF CARDS. Two teenagers, a brother and a sister from a strict religious family disappear. The parents are alarmed but Scotland Yard says they are just off sowing their wild oats. A horrific, gruesome package arrives in the post and it becomes clear that a terrible crime is in process. Sherlock Holmes is called in to help.Passions and hatred going back many years are revealed. Holmes, Watson, and Lestrade must act quickly before young lives are lost.
The Adventure of the Beryl Anarchists by Craig Stephen Copland
A deeply distressed banker enters 221B Baker St. His safe has been robbed and he is certain that his motorcycle-riding sons have betrayed him. Highly incriminating and embarrassing records of the financial and personal affairs of England’s nobility are now in the hands of blackmailers – the Beryl Anarchists they call themselves – all passionately involved in the craze of motorcycle riding and in ruthless criminal pursuits. And then a young girl is murdered. Holmes and Watson must find the real culprits and stop them before more crimes are committed – too horrendous to be imagined.
Shy Willow by Cat Min
Willow is shy. VERY shy. Her home is in an abandoned mailbox, and she’d rather stay put. Outside kids scream and soccer balls collide, trees look like monsters, and rain is noisy in a scary kind of way. It’s much nicer to stay inside, drawing. But then a young boy drops a letter in Willow’s mailbox: it’s a note to the moon asking for a special favor. Willow knows that if she doesn’t brave the world outside, the letter will never be delivered, and the boy will be heartbroken.
Sweet on You by Mia Brody
My best friend owes me a favor and I’m looking to lose my V-card. What could go wrong? June Abbott I’m returning to town for my sister’s wedding. Since I’m looking to cash in my V-card while I’m there, I ask my best friend, Josh, for help finding the perfect guy. But after a sexy make-out session with him, I know one thing for sure: I want Josh to be my first time. Josh Rawlins For years, I’ve kept my distance from June despite the crush I have on her.
Six Weeks by T. Spear
Six Weeks. A new beginning. Blair Young is taking a leap of faith to save her marriage and bring stability to her home life. When her husband refuses to get another job to do what is right for their family, Blair does the unthinkable. She joins the Air Force. Boot camp turns out to be exactly what she needs to realize how strong physically and emotionally she can be, and she makes connections which change her life. Including the support of her attractive instructor, who becomes more than she asked for.
Seductive Prey by Vivian Fiano
Officer Grant Summers, a Boston cop, grew up needing law enforcement as the child of a drug addicted mother, and has sworn to pay it forward. Jordan Smith enlists in the Army National Guard as a means to pay for school with the hopes of running her own dance studio some day. When a crime is committed at her job, and Grant—Officer Summers—comes to the rescue, he jumps at the chance to pursue Jordan and a relationship. Their attraction is off the charts, but as their relationship begins to blossom, they discover they’re both being watched.
Road Trip Romance by Anne Welch, Anna Kristell
Lucy and Linda, that’s who we are. We’re both authors, and we like to take road trips together to meet our readers. Now, we’re on the road trip of a lifetime. We’re driving across country to attend an event in sunny California. Follow our shenanigans along the way and, oops, what’s that? There seems to be someone following us. Come along for the fun and find out who is in the mysterious car behind us. Note: This romantic comedy may contain side-splitting scenes. Be prepared for a good laugh.
Only Dad by Alan Titchmarsh
According to their friends, Tom and Pippa Drummond have the perfect existence – a great lifestyle, a lively marriage, and a great kid in Tally. In their late thirties, living in a converted barn on the edge of the Sussex Downs, Tom is a partner in ‘The Pelican’, a restaurant in Axbury Minster, and Pippa, after a short career as a cook, grows herbs for sale locally and brings up sixteen-year-old Tally – a lively blonde with her head screwed firmly on to her shoulders.
On the Edge of Reason by Miroslav Krleza
“On the Edge of Reason is one of the great European novels of the first half of the twentieth century – and Krleza’s themes, his seriousness, his protest against the normality of delusion and cruelty, could hardly be more relevant to the century’s end.” —Susan Sontag During his long and distinguished career, the Croatian writer Miroslav Krleza (1893-1981) battled against many forms of tyranny.
Negative Space by Luljeta Lleshanaku
Lleshanaku’s poems are “full of objects and souls, transformed and given wings in Chagall-like metaphor” (Sasha Dugdale, Poetry Nation Review) *Shortlist for the Griffin International Poetry Prize* “Language arrived fragmentary / split in syllables / spasmodic / like code in times of war,” writes Luljeta Lleshanaku in the title poem to her powerful new collection Negative Space. In these lines, personal biography disperses into the history of an entire generation that grew up under the oppressive dictatorship of the poet’s native Albania.
Natural Born by Morgan Perryman
All 16-year-old Quid wants is to live a normal life, but it’s almost impossible when she keeps a secret that could change the world. With every emotion, she alters the environment around her. She helps the withering plants grow. Animals flock to her for help. The wind whirls if she gets too excited. The rain pours when she is sad. Nature responds to her every mood.
Morphine by Mikhail Bulgakov
From the author of The Master and Margarita comes this short and tragic masterpiece about drug addiction Young Dr. Bromgard has come to a small country town to assume a new practice. No sooner has he arrived than he receives word that a colleague, Dr. Polyakov, has fallen gravely ill. Before Bromgard can go to his friend’s aid, Polyakov is brought to his practice in the middle of the night with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and, barely conscious, gives Bromgard his journal before dying.
Mirrors by Wendy Cooling
Specially commissioned short stories, by prize-winning authors, on the theme of Mirrors.READERSHIP: 10 – 14 A collection of new , specially commissioned short stories by some of the finest authors of children’s books today: Anne Fine, Berlie Doherty, Leslie Howarth, Mary Arrigan, Gaye Hicilmaz, Jeremy Strong, Malorie Blackman, Elizabeth Laird , Melvin Burgess, Celia Rees, Kate Thompson, Paul Stewart, Vivian French, Alan Durant, Annie Dalton in range of genres – humour, horror, fantasy, traditional, realism and romance.
Mirages of the Mind by Mushtaq Ahmad Yousufi
A hilarious and nostalgic account of twentieth-century Muslim life on the Indian subcontinent. Basharat and his family are Indian Muslims who have relocated to Pakistan, but who remain deeply steeped in the nostalgia of pre-Partition life in India. Through Mirages of the Mind’s absurd anecdotes and unforgettable biographical sketches—which hide the deeper unease and sorrow of the family’s journey from Kanpur to Karachi—Basharat emerges as a wise fool, and the host of this unique sketch comedy.
Loving Decker by Sophia Summers
She’s loved him her whole life. But he can never know. The Dawson family has a whole new concern for Willow Creek when a huge developer wants to turn their town into something it’s not. Their land is threatened. Their way of life is on the brink of change, and Decker might have different feelings than the rest about what would be a good move for their family. Faith Haws would do anything to protect her town, her way of life, and her grandpa’s ranch.
Liza Bennet by Afton Leigh Rose
Liza Bennet has spent the last ten years hunting Los Angeles’s vampire population and she’s damn good at it. That’s why she doesn’t need help from Darcy, a new-in-town Hunter who relies on expensive new tech instead of old-fashioned stalking and staking. Even if he is sexy as hell. But when a rogue vampire captures Lydia, one of Liza’s Hunters, Liza has no choice but to partner with Darcy to get Lydia back before it’s too late.
Jump Then Fall by Alyssia Kirkhart
At eighteen, Harper Evans has her goals set. Go to a top college. Get into law school. Start living the life she planned for. All she has to do is get through one summer in Nashville. But when she’s invited to a friend-of-a-friend’s home for a late night jam session, she doesn’t expect to find an instant attraction to the guy who owns the place, country music star Lawson Hill.
Harry Carter by Inge Mayhem
Lance’s new resolve plagues him. There are hidden things to discover, and as a curious person always does, he avoids the warnings and enters into a world that only exists in fantasy. Harry knows that he is going to have to make a decision. Is he willing to accept new romance into his life or is his world too dangerous to bring someone into it? Carl is at another dead end, but maybe there’s a chance for hope if he’s willing to wait; which is something that he has never done before. He meets someone though and maybe they are meant to meet again Author’s Note: This is the 2nd book in A New Moon series.
Guardians of the Akasha by Celia Stander
Eighteen-year old Keira Wilde has finished school and is determined to make her own plans for her future, thank you very much. She wants to be a photographer; not go to Oxford, like her parents want, or be a hero, like her aunt wants. But Keira’s plans go flying out of the window when she is attacked on the streets of London and she is forced to use her powers in self-defense.
Festival of Mourn by D.K. Holmberg
A dangerous magic will be unleashed in the city unless Jayna embraces her dark power. To become a Sorcerer at the prestigious Academy was all Jayna ever wanted—until her parents died and her brother disappeared. To find him, she had to give it all up in exchange for greater power. Now she searches for him and chases down dark magic for her mysterious benefactor, a Sul’toral named Ceran.
Dominion of Mercy by Danial Neil
Edinburgh, 1917: Headstrong Highland lass Mary Stewart is a vibrant woman forced into the world’s oldest profession in order to provide for her ailing father and younger sister in the city’s Old Town. When her uncle, a well-to-do solicitor with political aspirations, thinks that her presence might impede his lofty ambitions he gives her a way out with dignity: a one-way ticket to the frontier town of Anyox, British Columbia, where nurses are needed to care for injured soldiers returning from the war.
Eternal Youth by K. G. Inglis
Philippe had been a 13 year old vampire for more than 150 years. Now he finds himself with an adult body complete with adult hormones, and no clue how to handle it all. And, becoming an overnight chick magnet has complicated things with Nadia, the only woman he has ever loved…secretly. The problem is he’s stuck in her friend zone, especially since her own recent changes are wreaking havoc on her life?
Demonbane by Marie Robinson
To start a new life, all I have to do is seduce one of the legendary Talon warriors. Cazien “Demonbane” Talon is searching for the Lost King’s treasure and he hires the Hallows to help. For what he’s paying, I’m willing to go back to the island haunting my past. I have a second secret task: get close to Cazien, so when the time is right, we can take the treasure for ourselves.
Dark Vintage A Midnight Doms Collection by Ines Johnson
Three insatiable vampire brothers and the human women they each come to crave. Sink your teeth into these tales of timeless love, fated mates, and undeniable desire from the world of the Midnight Doms. Also includes the exclusive short story His Vampire Princess! Included in this boxset: Her Vampire Prince, Her Vampire Lord, Her Vampire Knight and His Vampire Princess.
Crossed By Death by ACF Bookens
Salvaging from historic buildings isn’t supposed to require reporting a murder. When salvage expert and historian Paisley Sutton crawls into an abandoned store with a house attached, she certainly isn’t expecting to find a body on site. But soon, her discovery sends Paisley on an expedition through history that links this murder to the one that led the previous owners to abandon the building in the first place. And someone doesn’t want her to salvage this story from the wreckage. Can Paisley preserve herself and her young son while also uncovering the stories that matter most?
Collector of Souls by Naomi Lucas
Ophelia’s been raised on the outskirts of a Trentian controlled sector, on a planet that was so far out in the fringes that the intergalactic council barely knew of its existence. Where only females who can breed are worthy. Barren and cast out of society because of it, she’s willing to give up her soul for a second chance at life.What does eternity mean to a girl who doesn’t understand the concept?It means everything to Him.Seraph is a Collector.
Challenging Colt by Natalie Ann
Enemies to Lovers Hot Hunks Steamy Romance Collection Book 1 of 7 Colt Baxter had an idea and goal of what he wanted out of his career. Champion of the underdog? Protector of the innocent? Guardian of the law? Yeah, all of those things. Instead he finds himself fitting the mold of what most people hate about lawyers. Including the one woman he wants to get to know better. Nikki Brewster has worked hard her whole life right alongside her father. And when his retirement career as a pub owner is in jeopardy from a frivolous lawsuit, she goes into battle mode. No one stands in her way at those times. It is just her and her father and that’s all she’s ever known.
Cast the First Stone by David James Warren
“Cast the First Stone is a mind-bender of the first order. Fast paced, strong characters, great twists and Rembrandt Stone is a hero I predict will be grabbing readers around the throat for a long time. This is one to pick up because you won’t want to put it down.” -Ted Dekker – New York Times bestselling author One case haunts him. One chance to fix the past. One mistake could cost him everything.
Candy by Lawrence Block
Jeff Flanders has a perfectly good life. Until Candace Cain sashays into it and turns it upside-down. Jeff’s got a good-looking wife; he loves her and she loves him. He’s got a job, swinging a desk at a semi-shady finance company, signing off on usurious loans to losers; he doesn’t love it and it doesn’t love him, but it’s easy work and it pays the bills. Until a girl called Candy applies for a $1000 loan—with no job, no bank account, no security. Nothing but a beautiful face, an awesome body, and all the nerve in the world. He lends her the money himself. That’s a mistake. In return, she takes him to bed.
Bear Hug Kindle by Thia Mackin
Hazel “Bear Hug” Metcalf is taking the female fighting circuit by storm. Currently undefeated, her next match will be for the championship, and she’s ready. The bantamweight has trained to escape holds, block strikes, and go for the knockout. However, nothing prepares her for the consequences when a stalker doesn’t play by the rules. Mack Godram has reported on Hazel’s career since her first professional fight—and he even considers her a friend. When a tabloid runs a story about the stalker’s attack, he tries to reach out, but his calls go unanswered and no one knows anything.
Burden of an Ancient Oath by Joshua Brown
THERE’S CRUELTY IN THIS WORLD AND IT TARGETS THOSE WHO LEAST DESERVE IT. Hateful people, with dark desires in their heart run rampant, while the majority watch from the sidelines. DISCOVER NEW YORK AS THE CITY WHERE A GRIPPING NEW MURDER MYSTERY SERIES UNFOLDS. When Jack Mercer sees himself confronted with a cold-case from nearly 30 years before, he must dig deep to solve it. With hand-written letters with the ramblings of a mad man being his only clues, Jack Mercer has met his hardest case yet.
Backtracker by Milo James Fowler
Harry Muldoon, hard-boiled detective, must travel back through time to save two colliding realities – before he loses his head.
As an Earl Desires by Lorraine Heath
USA Today bestselling and Rita Award-winning author Lorraine Heath has created a lush, emotional love story. Camilla Hutchenson, countess, sponsor, darling of the ton, has reached a staggering level of social power. But one man has managed to distract her attention from her schedule of charity endeavours and teas – and not just because he holds the deed to her estate.
Amira by Matthew Betley
Set ten months after the events of RULES OF WAR, Amira Cerone emerges from unconsciousness, bound to a chair in a hotel room at the National Harbor. Confronted by ghosts from her turbulent past, Amira must survive, face her personal demons, relive choices that have lived to haunt her, and prevent an imminent assassination. Told with the typical blazing pace, emotional undertones, and unparalleled action sequences that are Betley’s calling cards, AMIRA will keep its readers on the edge of their seats until the last page. While she’s been known as an assassin, a warrior, and a member of Task Force Ares, one word epitomizes who and what she is: AMIRA. “Leave it to M52 Fiction Booksatthew Betley to pack a whole book’s worth of action and suspense into one rip-roaring, relentless novella.
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Ambush at Osirak by Herbert Crowder
Fast-paced and authentic, Herbert Crowder’s dramatic thriller draws on modern events from the heart of the Middle East–where the specter of nuclear confrontation lurks just beyond the horizon. A gripping novel.
About That Night by Laura Brown
Izzy Fineberg can take on any challenge—and she’s had some big ones lately. After one fateful night with the hottest Deaf man she’d ever met, Izzy found she was pregnant with his child. And she never caught his name. She’s been doing the single mom thing for nine months now, and surely, nothing could be more challenging than that. But her first day at her new job, she meets her supervisor…and recognizes him immediately. Nolan Holtzman never expected to see Izzy again, and now, she’s the new hire at the agency he works in.
A Charm for Draius by Laura E. Reeve
“A child’s life hangs in balance…” In the age of science and gunpowder, what place does magic hold? When a high-profile murder is dumped in her lap, Draius isn’t worried about magic. City Guard Politics are brutal and the captain makes it clear her job is on the line; there are plenty of rivals waiting for her to fail, including her estranged husband. More killings follow. Draius endures threats and attacks as she uncovers a conspiracy to revive necromancy.
A Madness So Discreet by Mindy McGinnis
Edgar Award nominee for Best Young Adult Mystery Mindy McGinnis, the acclaimed author of Not a Drop to Drink and In a Handful of Dust, combines murder, madness, and mystery in a beautifully twisted gothic historical thriller perfect for fans of novels such as Asylum and The Diviners as well as television’s True Detective and American Horror Story.
10 Days by KJ Holliday
A hilarious love story featuring an overdramatic city boy and an incomparable girl from the country. In an attempt to knock out the long-awaited follow-up to his best-selling first novel, Alexander Jones lets his best friend convince him that trekking into the wilderness for a survival boot camp was the only way to get the creative juices flowing. With the help of a detailed itinerary, Luke, and Luke’s childhood friend, Penny, they’d committed 10 days to help Alex forgo his Urbanite roots and embrace the countryside.
Yoga for Better Bones by Margaret Martin
Yoga for Better Bones is the book for Yoga practitioners and teachers wanting a safe Yoga program for people with osteoporosis or low bone density. You will learn about how to protect and build your bones, and the Yoga poses you should modify and those that you should avoid if you have osteoporosis or low bone density. Yoga for Better Bones Program was written by Margaret Martin.