65 Assorted Fiction Books Collection April 8, 2021

65 Assorted Fiction Books Collection April 8, 2021

65 Fiction Books

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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War and Millie McGonigle by Karen Cushman

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The Newbery Award-winning author of Catherine, Called Birdy and The Midwife’s Apprentice tells a heartfelt and humorous story of WWII on the homefront. Millie McGonigle lives in sunny California, where her days are filled with beach and surf. It should be perfect—but times are tough.

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Touring the Land of the Dead by Maki Kashimada

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A story from one of Japan’s rising literary stars about memory, loss, and love, Touring the Land of the Dead is a mesmerizing combination of two tales, both told with stylistic inventiveness and breathtaking sensitivity. Taichi was forced to stop working almost a decade ago and since then he and his wife Natsuko have been getting by on her part-time wages. But Natsuko is a woman accustomed to hardship. When her own family’s fortune dried up years during her childhood, she, her brother, and her mother lived a surreal hand-to-mouth existence shaped by her mother’s refusal to accept their new station in life.

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Thornwood by Leah Cypess

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This middle grade debut is Sleeping Beauty like you’ve never seen it before, about a girl who lives in the shadow of her older sister and the curse that has haunted her from birth. For years, Briony has lived in the shadow of her beautiful older sister, Rosalin, and the curse that has haunted her from birth—that on the day of her sixteenth birthday she would prick her finger on a spindle and cause everyone in the castle to fall into a 100-year sleep.

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The Wrath Walker by Matthew Newson

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Brandon Farmer was about to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a detective and marrying the woman of his dreams. His partner’s brutal betrayal changed all that. Now a lonely P.I. who tracks down cheating spouses for cash, he meets a man who claims to be The Wrath of God—personified. The sharp-dressed hit man from heaven is on a mission to dispense God’s wrath upon four men—and upon Brandon—unless he can unlock the secret to save his own life. Can Brandon uncover the violent and mysterious Wrath Walker’s riddle in time to save himself, the woman he loves, and the innocent people of Black Castle?

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The Truth by Michael Palin

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Keith Mabbut is at a crossroads in his life. When he is offered the opportunity of a lifetime – to write the biography of the elusive Hamish Melville, a highly influential activist and humanitarian – he seizes the chance to write something meaningful.

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The Terrorists of Irustan by Louise Marley

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In this brilliant novel from the author of Sing the Light, a talented medicant defies the rule of men-and changes the lives of every woman on the planet. “A dark, richly imagined tale…a thoughtful meditation upon the dangers of fanaticism and the strength of the human spirit.”-Sharon Shinn “Rich with alien atmospherics.”-Publishers Weekly From Booklist On Irustan, a planet settled long ago by humans, the Book of Second Prophet painstakingly details the proper way of being.

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The True Colour of a Little White Lie by Gabriel Bergmoser

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From the super-talented young author of the best-selling The Hunted comes a book that reminds you just how tough adolescence can be. After a catastrophic attempt to ask out his crush, fourteen-year-old Nelson is desperate for any chance to escape the daily humiliations of his small-town high school.

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The Sorcerer’s Companion by Allan Zola Kronzek

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Who was the real Nicholas Flamel? How did the Sorcerer’s Stone get its power? Did J. K. Rowling dream up the terrifying basilisk, the seductive veela, or the vicious grindylow? And if she didn’t, who did?N/A

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The Scribe of Shadows by Jen Lassalle

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When a warrior from another land upends June’s quiet life, can she embrace her secret talent in time to protect our world from destruction?
When June’s boss promised her the promotion of her dreams, she knew she would have to endure a few sleepless nights. She didn’t know it would strain her relationship with her girlfriend or lead to disturbing nightmares. She was focused on her career… until her nightmares came to life and forced her to acknowledge her deeper calling.N/A

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The Promise by Damon Galgut

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A modern saga that could only have come from South Africa, written in gorgeous prose by the Booker Prize-shortlisted author Damon Galgut. Haunted by an unmet promise, the Swart family loses touch after the death of their matriarch.

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The Psychic Empath by Stephen Rowling

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Investigating primal instincts and irreversible fears, revealing those sides of life and the cosmos that still lie behind appearances and stereotypical knowledge. Mysteries and surreal encounters, in fact, characterizes the life of the protagonist who bravely tries to shed light on the enigmas that surround him, encountering truths that dismay him, in search of his true nature, challenged by opposing forces. Among memories, dreams, suggestions and civilizations far from earth, more worlds touch, more identities seem to coexist, while plots and power games dictate the rules of the game in a saga that still has much to tell.N/A

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The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz

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When a young writer dies before completing his first novel, his teacher, Jake, (himself a failed novelist) helps himself to its plot. The resulting book is a phenomenal success. But what if somebody out there knows? Somebody does. And if Jake can’t figure out who he’s dealing with, he risks something far worse than the loss of his career.

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The Place of No Stars by Erin Hunter

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The #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues! Discover more epic adventures in the fifth book in the action-packed Broken Code story arc. The time has come to return to the Dark Forest. ThunderClan’s deputy, Squirreflight, has vanished with the cat now known to be an impostor, sowing suspicion and mistrust among the five Clans. The cause of their ancestors’ silence is finally clear—but so is the terrifying truth of the danger they must face if they hope to bring light back to the darkness. . . . Packed with action and intrigue, this sixth Warriors series is the perfect introduction for readers new to the Warriors world, while dedicated fans will be thrilled to discover the new adventures that unfold after the events of A Vision of Shadows.

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The Landing by Colin Taber

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What if? What if the descendants of the Vikings who settled Greenland and went on to reach North America around the end of the first millennium were still there today? What if the Vikings had enjoyed a five hundred year head start on Columbus in the New World? Would the Santa Maria have arrived to the south of an eastern seaboard dotted with centuries old settlements and towns hosting devotees to Odin and Thor? What if the Vikings’ descendants had gone on to become dominant just as the United States of America has in our own world? A millennium after reaching Greenland, Vinland and Markland would we still have had two world wars? What might the world look like? Where might the political and religious divides be drawn? Welcome to the New World.

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The Jovian Run by James Ross Wilks

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The year is 2126. Mars and the Moon have been colonized, and mankind has begun to push out into the Jovian sector, the dark region of space beyond the asteroid belt rich with resources but also rife with danger.

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The Getaway by Jim Thompson

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Doc McCoy is the most skilled criminal alive. But when for the first time in Doc’s long criminal career, his shot doesn’t hit the mark, everything begins to fall apart. And Doc begins to realize that the perfect bank robbery isn’t complete without the perfect getaway to back it up. THE GETAWAY is the classic story of a bank robbery gone horribly wrong, where the smallest mistakes have catastrophic consequences, and shifting loyalties lead to betrayals and chaos. The basis for the classic Steve McQueen film of the same name, as well as a 1994 remake with Alec Baldwin, Thompson’s novel set the bar for every heist story that followed–but as Thompson’s proved time and again, nobody’s ever done it better than the master.

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The Inverts by Crystal Jeans

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‘This delicious romp is the sort of thing Nancy Mitford might have written if she’d been gay… wonderfully blithe, witty and moving’ Rowan Pelling, DAILY MAIL ‘Funny, filthy and phenomenally good’ Matt Cain 1921: a boy, a girl, a moonlit midnight kiss. A terrible, repulsive kiss. Bettina and Bart have grown up as best friends, so surely they will end up together? After all, Bettina is young, rich, headstrong…. and gay. Bart is young, rich, charismatic… and also, definitely, gay. Any doubts are dispelled by, in short order: that ghastly kiss; a torrid encounter for Bettina in the school boiler-rooms; and an eye-opening Parisian visit for Bart. Society will never stand for it. What else can they do but enter into a ‘lavender marriage’ and carry on indulging their true natures in secret? As the ’20s and ’30s whizz past in a haze of cigarettes, champagne and casual sex, Bart and Bettina have no idea that they are hurtling, via Hollywood and Egypt, Paris and London, towards…

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The Game Beyond by Melissa Scott

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A star-flung empire the prize—in a deadly war of succession The Silvertree Empress is dead, the last of her line. The heir named in her will is an impossibility, her favorite, Keira Renault, member of a family deposed and disgraced generations before—the man she claimed as the power behind her throne. As the Empire’s notables jockey for position behind the various claimants, Keira must defeat his rivals in simulation and reality—and somehow hold the factions together long enough for the Empire to survive.

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The French Gift by Kirsty Manning

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Kirsty Manning has delivered yet again with this epic novel about women, love and heartbreak. With passion and sensitivity, Manning takes the reader on a journey that is near-impossible to tear yourself away from. Without a doubt her finest work. A triumph!’ Sally Hepworth, author of The Good Sister A forgotten manuscript threatens to unravel the past … Fresnes Prison, 1940: Margot Bisset, a former maid from the Riviera, finds herself in a prison cell with writer and French Resistance fighter, Josephine Murant. Together, they are transferred to a work camp in Germany, where the secrets they share will bind them for generations to come. Present-day Paris: Evie Black lives above her botanical bookshop with her teenage son, Hugo. Nursing a broken heart, Evie receives an unexpected letter; she clutches at an opportunity to spend a magical summer with Hugo on the Cote d’Azur. It’s here, on the Riviera, that the past envelops them and Evie attempts to…

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The Ferryman by John E. Siers

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LEI will not let you take out a “First Party Contract,” no matter how badly you want to end it all. That’s unfortunate, because the government made suicide illegal, and the penalty for killing yourself is the forfeiture of your entire estate.

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The Edge Of The Universe by Andrew Maclure

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The team are fresh back from Tefran and their part in helping Hess An Sur, First of the First Family of the Herassan Federation, emperor and absolute ruler of the Herassan Empire (AKA Mike), change the Empire to a republic.

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The Dead by Christian Kracht

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In The Dead, Award–winning author Christian Kracht presents a historical novel of international conspiracy, cinematic intrigue, and murder set before World War II, in the early years of the Axis powers’ rise to tyranny. In Berlin, Germany, in the early 1930s, the acclaimed Swiss film director Emil Nägeli receives the assignment of a lifetime: travel to Japan and make a film to establish the dominance of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi empire once and for all. But his handlers are unaware that Nägeli has colluded with the Jewish film critics to pursue an alternative objective—to create a monumental, modernist, allegorical spectacle to warn the world of the horror to come.

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The Cut by Chris Brookmyre

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The supremely entertaining, moving, and unpredictable new thriller from multi-award-winning bestseller Chris Brookmyre is a wholly original masterpiece and the best crime novel of 2021.

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The DeCadia Code by Apryl Baker

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 The world of DeCadia is a shadow of its once magnificent glory. The War that destroyed the great world has left the known world in an ever changing state of flux.

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The Armor of Light by Melissa Scott and Lisa A. Barnett

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The heavy summer air of 1595 is full of portents for Elizabeth, England’s Queen, and James VI, King of Scotland. A coven of witches secretly controlled by the Wizard Earl of Bothwell has summoned a storm to sink the ship that bears James’ bride to Scotland. Though the ship made port, the success of their summoning has emboldened them; the coven is now launching wizardly attacks on the King himself — and James is terrified. But this is not quite the England that we know. The Queen’s champion Sir Philip Sidney did not die at Zutphen, nor was poet and spy Christopher Marlowe murdered in a Deptford tavern, and both are powerful magicians, if in different traditions. The Queen must send them north to break the prophecy and save the King of Scots — and England’s future.

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Tales of Aradia, the Last Witch by L.A. Jones

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Unknown to the humans who hung innocent people at the Salem Witch Trials real witches of the hidden race were killed for fear of exposure or at least that’s what all the vampires, werewolves, and other races thought.There was not one witch whom survived the genocide of the Salem Witch Trials. But one day a girl named Aradia moves to Salem, MA and all that changes.

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Supervillainess by Lizzy Ford

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Sand City, a town in the Pacific Northwest, where the rents are too high and the rain never stops. On the surface, it appears normal – except this city is run by General Savage, an alleged supervillain. Grateful for a second chance, Kimber Wellington ignores the city’s strange obsession with super villains. That is, until the daughter of General Savage nearly dies in his arms.

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Sunken Graves by Alan Lee

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Peter Lynch is a monster. A sociopathic attorney hiding in plain sight behind billboards and a successful career. With the highest connections, he terrorizes the city and buries the evidence, and there’s no way to stop him. Until one discharged Green Beret decides to try…

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Someone Who Isn’t Me by Danuta Kot

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‘A powerful, thought-provoking story. . . a vital read for any crime fan’ Kate Rhodes on Life Ruins When everyone hides the truth, who do you turn to? Becca’s had a hard time of it, but she has finally got her life together. She has a nice little flat, a steady job pulling pints, and she’s even seeing someone new: Andy, who keeps his private life to himself but is always good for a laugh.

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Perfect Place by Robbie Peale

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She never dreamed the unimaginable would happen. For Cora Kincaid, life on Perfect Place Lane is… well… perfect. But when her eight-year-old daughter doesn’t come home from school, Cora’s gut tells her something is wrong. Her shy child wouldn’t wander away. Was Eleanor kidnapped? If so, by whom? The Liars Island mom’s group believe human traffickers are driving the island looking to abduct children. But Cora thinks their warnings overdramatic. 

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Rites of Spring by Anders de la Motte

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Discover your new holiday destination. Perfect for fans of Val McDermid and Yrsa Sigurdardottir, Rites of Spring is Scandi-crime at its best from a master storyteller. Southern Sweden: Beautiful countryside, endless forests, coastal walks, dark days – and even darker nights. But beneath the beauty lies a dark heart . .

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Out Of His Depth by Steven Lea

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Recently bereaved ex-cop John Barker is enticed back to work by his boss who sends him on a cushy stakeout on Galaxy Starlight, a brand new cruise ship heading for the Caribbean.

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Origins of the Outbreak by Brian Parker

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Every epidemic begins with a relatively small group of people who’ve been exposed to an illness. The Centers for Disease Control believes that it is imperative to reach the site of an initial outbreak as quickly as possible in order to prevent further spread of the disease. Sometimes that isn’t always possible and events reach a catastrophic tipping point before the government can organize a response. 

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One Got Away by S.A. Lelchuk

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Do you want to read crime with a dose of black humour and strong, violent-when-necessary heroines? Do you like women who don’t take any sh*t? Then this book is definitely for you. Think Villanelle – but she’s on your side. * Nikki Griffin, our bookseller-by-day, badass PI-by-night heroine, is back in the new must-read thriller from S. A. Lelchuk. *** Praise for SAVE ME FROM DANGEROUS MEN *** ‘Pulses with daring and risk. Nikki Griffin, bookseller by day and private investigator by night, takes on men who hurt women and makes them sorry. Calm, complex, lethal, and fascinating, she’s the revenge fantasy you want right now’ Taylor Stevens, New York Times bestselling author of Liars’ Paradox and The Informationist ‘Action packed and razor sharp – Jack Reacher would love Nikki Griffin’ Lee Child ‘Save Me from Dangerous Men is one of those rare thrillers that draws you in…

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Nissa by Bethany Lopez

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At 900 years old, Nissa is finally ready to follow her mother’s path and become the best Fairy Godmother she can. She’s not thrilled when her first assignment turns out to be a teenage human girl with self-esteem issues, but she knows she has to start somewhere. Her assignment has dealt with bullies since her freshman year and they haven’t let up. If Nissa can’t help her regain her self-confidence her future is bleak. To complicate matters Nissa experiences all the signs that she’s met the being fated for her. This impossibility distracts her from her purpose. After all, fairies and humans aren’t meant for each other. How can her heart believe otherwise? Can Nissa successfully complete her first assignment as a Fairy Godmother? Will the fates allow Nissa and Levi to be together? And even if they do, will Levi believe Nissa once she reveals the truth? **

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Mercury Falling by Robert Edric

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‘Shows once more Edric’s unassuming yet remarkable talent for conjuring up the lives of his characters’ The Sunday Times The Fenlands, 1954 It is a tough winter; the temperatures have fallen too low too quickly and the floods are the worst anyone can remember. Most people have lost everything but there are some who have found themselves eager for the chance at a new start. For Jimmy Devlin, it’s a little of both. Forced from his home by an uncompromising bailiff, Jimmy has nothing to his name and the prospect of work digging urgently needed drains could be the opportunity he’s been waiting for. But Jimmy, it seems, has a knack for finding trouble. Before long, he’s caught up in the wrong business with the people from the fairground passing through town. But, on the run from the law, he has nowhere else to turn. With his keen eye and trademark candour, Robert Edric takes his readers to the most desolate of places, to…

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Merlin’s Harp by Anne Eliot Crompton

When I was yet a very young woman I threw my heart away. Ever since then I have lived heartless, or almost heartless, the way Humans think all Fey live.N/A

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Marigold by Heather Mitchell Manheim

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As the decimated population of New United State rebuilds itself after a deadly pandemic, Davis has to decide what is real and what is fake after she is suddenly kidnapped.

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Lucky by Marissa Stapley

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What if you had the winning ticket that would change your life forever, but you couldn’t cash it in?

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Love Objects by Emily Maguire

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Bold, furious, unapologetic and deeply insightful.’ Sofie Laguna, author of Infinite Splendours ‘A stunning, immersive novel that will change the conversation about class and about what possessions mean. It’s important and funny and sad and beautiful and I absolutely adored it.’ Kathryn Heyman, author of Storm and Grace and Fury ‘One of the most big-hearted novels I’ve ever read. Each person fully formed, each scene and new catastrophe rooted in truth.’ Bri Lee, author of Eggshell Skull Nic is a forty-five-year-old trivia buff, amateur nail artist and fairy godmother to the neighbourhood’s stray cats. She’s also the owner of a decade’s worth of daily newspapers, enough clothes and shoes to fill Big W three times over and a pen collection which, if laid end-to-end, would probably circle her house twice. The person she’s closest to in the world is her beloved niece Lena, who she meets for lunch every Sunday. One day Nic fails to show up….

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Lost Words by Nicola Gardini

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Winner of the Viareggio Prize, a vivid portrait of Italy on the brink of social upheaval in the 1970s. Inside an apartment building on the outskirts of Milan, the working-class residents gossip, quarrel, and conspire against each other. Viewed through the eyes of Chino, an impressionable thirteen-year-old boy whose mother is the doorwoman of the building, the world contained within these walls is tiny, hypocritical, and mean-spirited: a constant struggle. Chino finds escape in reading. One day, a new resident, Amelia Lynd, moves in and quickly becomes an unlikely companion and a formative influence on Chino. Ms. Lynd—an elderly, erudite British woman—comes to nurture his taste in literature, introduces him to the life of the mind, and offers a counterpoint to the only version of reality that he’s known. On one level, Lost Words is an engrossing coming-of-age tale set in the seventies, when Italy was going through tumultuous social changes, and on another, it is a…

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Lady London by Kimmie Easley

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Lady London doesn’t fall often. She’s strong and hard and never softens. Iron bars will never hold her. This sultry madam without a sir. Refusing to follow any rules, she flies free but wary. You’ll never capture her, not this Lady London Fairly. 14 amazing authors have written stories based on nursery rhymes, but with a criminal twist to them! Women are the heroines in the stories but that doesn’t mean they’re on the right side of the law!

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Kingdom of the Star Queen by S.L. Harpel

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-Ishtar, Goddess of Creation, Star Queen of the Lesser Kingdom
Humans have lived in ignorance for thousands of years. With the rising of the Second Moon, truth is revealed.

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Kronos Rising by Max Hawthorne

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Jericho’s Fall by Stephen L. Carter

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Stephen L. Carter’s brilliant debut, The Emperor of Ocean Park, spent eleven week son the New York Times best-seller list. Now, in Jericho’s Fall, Carter turns his formidable talents to the shadowy world of spies, official secrecy, and financial fraud in a thriller that rivets the reader’s attention until the very last page. In an imposing house in the Colorado Rockies, Jericho Ainsley, former head of the Central Intelligence Agency and a Wall Street titan, lies dying. massive financial fraud.

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In the Net of Dreams by William Mark Simmons

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In Dreamland, you can experience your wildest fantasies come true. But not all fantasies are meant to become reality… Dreamland takes you out of your body and into computer-generated worlds where anything you can imagine is possible.N/A

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I’ll Be Strong For You by Nasim Marashi

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This award-winning debut novel by Iranian journalist Nasmi Marashi follows the lives of three young women in Tehran over the course of two seasons as they pursue their wildly different dreams even as they discover that it may mean breaking with the past and endangering their longstanding friendship. Three recent college graduates in Tehran struggle to find their footing in this award-winning debut by Iranian journalist Nasim Marashi. Roja, the most daring of the three, works in an architecture firm and is determined to leave Tehran for graduate school in Toulouse. Shabaneh, who is devoted to her disabled brother and works with Roja, is uncertain about marrying a colleague as it would mean leaving her family behind. Leyla, who was unable to follow her husband abroad because of her commitment to her career as a journalist, is wracked with regret. Over the course of two seasons, summer and fall, in bustling streets and cramped family apartments, the three women weather…

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Her Hero by Silke Campion

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Xander Cole’s usually steady discipline is fraying at the edges without a focal point — someone who needs the kind of care the former Army Ranger longs to give. When he spots the sweet barista on his caffeine run, he knows she’s exactly the spark he needs to regain control.N/A

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Gondwana by Nathaniel Tarn

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A new collection by America’s internationalist poet—”a vision both original and universal” (Octavio Paz) Gondwana: an ancient supercontinent long-dispersed into fragments in the Southern Hemisphere. Contemplating this once-massive landmass at the the end of the world while looking out at the ethereal blue ice of Antarctica, Nathaniel Tarn writes: “They said back then / there was a frozen continent / in those high latitudes encircling the globe: /are you moving toward it?” The various parts of Gondwana cohere into a unified whole that celebrates bird flight, waves, and innervating light while warning against environmental calamity. Some poems celebrate the New Mexican desert as it becomes a place of protest against the invasion of Afghanistan; in another, the rising and falling stairs at Fez in Morocco meld into a meditation on marriage, empire, and the origins of climbing. Elsewhere the heroic fighter pilot Lydia Litvyak is personified as Eurydice speaking to her…

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Fearless by Mandy Gonzalez

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Better Nate than Ever meets Love Sugar Magic in this spooky middle grade novel from Hamilton and Broadway star Mandy Gonzalez about a group of young thespians who must face the ghost haunting their theater. The Ethel Merman Theater is cursed. No one is sure how or why, but the evidence speaks for itself. Show after show has flopped and the theater is about to close. Enter twelve-year-old Monica Garcia, who has been cast to star in a Broadway musical revival of The Goonies, the theater’s last chance to produce a hit before it shutters its doors for good. The kids in the cast each have their own reasons for wanting to make the show a success, and all eyes in the theater world are on them. Will this show finally break the curse of the Ethel? The kids aren’t quite sure if the curse is even real, but when their first performance doesn’t quite go as planned, it certainly feels that way. Then they realize the ghost light—the…

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Gods of War by Steve Pantazis

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No one is safe. Not before, not now…  …not ever. Jedidiah Martin survived the A.I. apocalypse that almost destroyed America. He was there when they took down Isaac, the superintelligence responsible for nearly ending humanity.  But is Isaac dead for good?   From the ashes, a new threat has emerged. The people from a neighboring town are missing, Jedidiah’s nephew, Blake, too. All hell is about to break loose. With his band of mechanized warriors, Jedidiah sets out to find answers. But the questions keep coming: Is Isaac back from the grave? What does he want with Blake? Will he try to finish humanity for good this time?

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Falling All In by Gia Kim

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Download Murder by Patrick Logan

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Detective Damien Drake is from the old guard, and he doesn’t have time for reading, let alone staring at a glowing screen. But when gets called in to help with a case, he suddenly finds himself thrust into the world of digital books.N/A

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Discreet Activities by Claude Bouchard

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As a result of information gathered via electronic surveillance by intelligence agencies in the U.S. and Canada, a budding terrorist organization, the Army for Islam or AFI, is suspected of planning an attack, its target possibly NYC, Burlington, Vermont or even Canada’s famed Montreal.N/A

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Defiant by Aaron Hodges

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Rydian Holt is nothing, nobody—just another human from the slums of Talamh. But when his mother is caught up in the slaughter of a fledgeling resistance group, Rydian’s entire family is thrown into infamy. His fellow humans brand him traitor, while the Alfur hail his mother a hero. Desperate to clear his name, Rydian must delve into his mother’s past, and the secrets she sought to uncover. Secrets about the Alfur, about their alien technology—and the mysterious Light that powers their world.N/A

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Coffin Cove by Jackie Elliott

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Andrea “Andi” Silvers needs a fresh start. Once a star reporter, she’s been dumped by her lover and by the paper they both worked at.
Andi moves to the tiny fishing village of Coffin Cove, on the Vancouver coast, where she lands a job at the local Gazette.N/A

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Death by Gaslight by Michael Kurland

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“Kurland has made Moriarty more interesting than Doyle ever made Holmes.” Isaac Asimov London, 1887, and a vicious killer stalks the gas-lit streets of the capital. With a particular penchant for the blue-blooded aristocracy, he is leaving lordly corpses behind locked doors, and high society is in uproar. Scotland Yard call in the great Sherlock Holmes to hunt down the murderer, but even he is unable to bring the monster to justice. Several more noble throats are slit before the Yard turn to the one man who might be able to solve the bloody crimes: the Napoleon of Crime, Professor James Moriarty, ably assisted by American journalist Benjamin Barker, and the redoubtable Miss Cecily Perrine. However, Moriarty has his own unique methods of fighting evil, and he and Sherlock Holmes make for the most reluctant of allies… PRAISE FOR THE MORIARTY NOVELS “A deliciously complex and abundantly rewarding novel… Uncommon are the pleasures such writing affords.”

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By Night Under the Stone Bridge by Leo Perutz

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A tale of political intrigue and ethereal romance in sixteenth century Prague by an Austrian author who “spins magic realism worthy of Gabriel García Márquez” (The Atlanta Journal and Constitution). Rudolf II, king of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, is known to be the greatest art patron in the world. He is also known to be paranoid, spendthrift, and wayward. In sixteenth-century Prague, seat of Christendom, he rules without the ongoing assistance of the Jewish financier Mordechai Meisl. In the ghetto, the Great Rabbi and mystic seer guides his people in the uneasy cohabitation of Jew and Christian. Meanwhile, under Rudolph’s imprimatur, Meisl becomes fabulously wealthy with a hand in transactions across Europe. But his beautiful wife, Esther, also forms a unique bond with Rudolf II . . . By night under the stone bridge, she and the emperor entwine in their dreams under the guise of a white rosemary bush…

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China Trade by S.J. Rozan

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It’s a city within a city, of smells, sounds, dark shops, and close-knit families; it’s a world all its own. And in all of New York’s Chinatown, there is no one like P.I. Lydia Chin, who has a nose for trouble, a disapproving Chinese mother, and a partner named Bill Smith who’s been living above a bar for sixteen years.N/A

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Blue Fasa by Nathaniel Mackey

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A stellar new collection of poems by “the Balanchine of the architecture dance” (The New York Times), and winner of the National Book Award in poetry. Nathaniel Mackey’s sixth collection of poems, Blue Fasa, continues what the New Yorker has described as the “mythological conception” and “descriptive daring” of his two intertwined serial poems—where, however, “no prior knowledge is required” for readers new to this poet’s visionary work. This collection takes its title from two related black musical traditions, a West African griot epic as told by the Fasa, a clan in ancient Ghana, and trumpeter Kenny Dorham’s hard bop classic “Blue Bossa,” influenced by the emergence of Brazilian bossa nova. In two sections Blue Fasa opens with the catch of the heart and the call of romance, as it follows a band of travelers, refugees from history, on their incessant migrations through time, place, and polity, toward renewal.

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2015.epubEnglish434 KB

Breakout by Paul Herron

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In this heart-pounding thriller, a correctional officer and an ex-cop are fleeing a hurricane—but their only hope of survival is a maximum-security prison where they face new untold dangers. Hurricane Anna: a superstorm made up of two Category 5 hurricanes coming together to wreak unprecedented havoc along the eastern seaboard. When the superstorm hits, the correctional officers at Ravenhill flee, opening all the cell doors and leaving the inmates to fend for themselves as the floodwaters rise. But Jack Constantine, an ex-cop serving ten years for killing one of his wife’s murderers, isn’t going to just lay down and die. Not when his wife’s two remaining killers are among the prisoners relocated to the Glasshouse to ride out the storm. Meanwhile, Kiera Sawyer, a Correctional Officer on her first day at work is the only officer left behind when the others flee. Sawyer rescues Jack and offers to team up. If they can make it to the Glasshouse they might…

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Bird Cottage by Eva Meijer

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A novel based on the true story of a remarkable woman, her lifelong relationship with birds and the joy she drew from it Len Howard was forty years old when she decided to leave her London life and loves behind, retire to the English countryside and devote the rest of her days to her one true passion: birds. Moving to a small cottage in Sussex, she wrote two bestselling books, astonishing the world with her observations on the tits, robins, sparrows and other birds that lived nearby, flew freely in and out of her windows, and would even perch on her shoulder as she typed. This moving novel imagines the story of this remarkable woman’s decision to defy society’s expectations, and the joy she drew from her extraordinary relationship with the natural world.

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2018.epubEnglish533 KB

Arborescent by Marc Herman Lynch

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In the beltline of a run-of-the-mill metropolis, an apartment complex called Cambrian Court has become the focal point of an outlandish unfurling, where even the laws of physics are becoming questioned. Embroiled within this psychic plot are three neighbours who are strangers to one another—Nohlan Buckles, Hachiko Yoshitoshi, and Zadie Chan—and whose ordinary lives have become rife with bizarre antagonists: an ogreish landlord, an ominous hooded group called the selfies, and a donkey-faced Saint Peter. The deeper they are drawn into this otherworld the more reality becomes suspect: Nohlan is convinced he’s turning into a tree, Hachiko’s staging of a kabuki shockingly comes to life, and Zadie unwittingly begins to produce doppelgangers. Without even knowing each other, they come to realize just how dependent and intertwined their lives truly are. In Marc Herman Lynch’s debut novel, some people explode, and others come back to life, but at the heart of…

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At the Crossroads by Travis Hunter

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The future he was meant for is just within his reach. . . Franklyn “Franky” Bourgeois is fifteen, and he’s already done more living than most. First he was blasted out of a normal childhood in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina hit. Determined to survive, he left town with two older cousins. They were nothing short of thugs, but they were all he had. And hard as he tried, even for a good kid like Franky, their influence was hard to resist. . . Now Franky’s just a heartbeat away from a life of crime—until he gets an unexpected chance to turn things around. Getting back on track is easier said than done, especially when a group of prep school fools set out to keep Franky on the streets. But Franky’s always been a survivor. He’ll just have to prove it one more time. . . “Travis Hunter knows the urban teen scene.”—Ni-Ni Simone, author of Teenage Love Affair

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2010.epubEnglish2.29 MB

Admiral by Sean Danker

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He is the last to wake. The label on his sleeper pad identifies him as an admiral of the Evagardian Empire—a surprise as much to him as to the three recent recruits now under his command. He wears no uniform, and he is ignorant of military protocol, but the ship’s records confirm he is their superior officer. Whether he is an Evagardian admiral or a spy will be of little consequence if the crew members all end up dead. They are marooned on a strange world, their ship’s systems are failing one by one—and they are not alone.N/A

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