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The National BestsellerWith war threatening to spread from Europe to England, the sleepy village of Crowmarsh Priors settles into a new sort of normal: Evacuees from London are billeted in local homes. Nightly air raids become grimly mundane. The tightening vice of rationing curtails...
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War Brides
By: Helen Bryan
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An endearing but troubled woman believes the fictitious characters in a play are based on real people and events. Worried about what has become of the character named Blanche after she was committed to a mental institution, the woman, accompanied by her best friend and constant companion, "Mister...
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Searching for Blanche
By: Mary Kay Remick
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Miramont Castle, built in 1897 and mysteriously abandoned three years later, is home to many secrets. Only one person knows the truth: Adrienne Beauvier, granddaughter of the Comte de Challembelles and cousin to the man who built the castle.Clairvoyant from the time she could talk,...
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Miramont's Ghost
By: Elizabeth Hall
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While duck hunting one morning, childless, middle-aged Nathan McCann finds a newborn abandoned in the woods. To his shock, the child—wrapped in a sweater and wearing a tiny knitted hat—is still alive. To his wife’s shock, Nathan wants to adopt the boy…but the child’s grandmother steps...
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When I Found You
By: Catherine Ryan Hyde
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'Learning to Kiss in the Snow' is a collection of eclectic short stories taking the reader through the bizarre and twisted mind of D.B. Tarpley, an exciting new voice in the world of words. Follow Mr. Tarpley's corrupt creations as they drag you kicking and screaming by the hand into the shadow...
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LEARNING TO KISS IN THE SNOW
By: D.B. Tarpley
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What do you do when you see the truth, when you can draw the lines of causality and make the accurate prediction? What happens if you can guess what'll happen? Should you help her? No. Of course not. It's none of your business. He can't rely on easy answers anymore....
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Chrysalis
By: Daniel Cleaver
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A modern female Spartacus is created when a girl's parents sell her into slavery in order for their son to succeed. She tries to adjust to her new world, but decides to change it instead. With the help of a prophecy, some new allies, and a desire for revenge, she sets out to do just that and let...
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Five Letters Four Numbers
By: AJ Davis
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Mr Scott is a small man left with his thoughts. Everybody likes him, but no one knows him really, he walks alone his head in the clouds, looking at what seems to be family to him....
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The Lonely Lord
By: Henri Tilloy
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River Adams is a hot shot congressional staffer, a major mover and shaker on the DC scene with a bright future ahead of him. Shocking his colleagues, friends and family, one day, without warning, he walks away from it all and boards a plane destined for Jamaica.Leaving the rat race...
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Whilst the Mountains Slept is a tender love story of two romantic lovers, an artist in love, and an older woman, resulting in young love lost and one left behind to grieve. Peter is a young, successful artist and when he meets Beth one rainy day, he thinks he has found whom he has...
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Whilst the Mountains Slept
By: Simon Bowes-Charles
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“The vampire. Fear of the vampire. This is still very strong in Transylvania, Professor Nietzsche – and there is no greater respect than fear. This is one of the lessons Machiavelli teaches us, is it not? Just as fear drove those ‘flies’ to menace you, a still greater fear would have...
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Nietzsche Against Dracula: Part Five
By: Steven Prizeman
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Facade's Grove is a journey into the universal question of mortality, the eternal search for truth, and the soul's observation of both good and evil, told through the struggles of Rhys Villars, a man lost in the depths of Hell. Rhys sacrifices everything for freedom, only to find himself in a...
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Facade's Grove
By: J.C. Reynard
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In 1941, in the early years of World War II, Kathryn Spencer’s father sent her away from home without a second thought. His two sons were about to go off to war and they were far more important than the wisp of a girl who was just in the way and in trouble. HIDDEN IN THE PAST is a...
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HIDDEN IN THE PAST
By: Markay Eason
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Serial WARNING! This is an open-ended fiction serial episode of 3,000 words. (12 minute read.) LOST is a serialized novel about Mommy Bloggers becoming successful amateur, and voluntary, private detectives.Rebounding after her husband and sister go missing in separate...
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LOST: Batman Boys
By: Ryn Shell
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An experimental novella reimagining the main figure of TS Eliot's classic poem of memory, hopelessness, and loss in a contemporary setting. Approximately 20k words. "No one wants to hear a lonely middle aged man talk about cities or memory. No one wants to know that the world exists in...
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Roy is a cynical lazy car thief, a drug addict who wants nothing more than to stop his bouts of mania with chemicals. When our narrator’s estranged junkie friend gets in trouble with a drug kingpin, he’s pulled into a chain of events that he is ill prepared for with his best friend Aidan, who...
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A family that seemed to have everything torn apart by tragic and inevitable circumstances leaving a man, a woman, and a child scrambling desperately to piece together the fragmented remains. Borderline explores the concept of identity disintegration and fragmentation using intensive dialogue and...
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Borderline: A Novel
By: Kevin Bringman
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The main story happens in England during the August bank holiday of 2005, while across the globe Hurricane Katrina is devastating New Orleans. Whilst involved in a burglary, Sylvain comes across a splendid piano and starts playing it. Despite not having touched a piano in ten years, something is...
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Piano Sonata No.1, Known as Hurricane Katrina
By: Pierre H Brismail
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Jacqueline Thorn is a young, beautiful African American woman that takes a spur of the moment road trip to escape the pain of coping with a recent break-up. She meets an attractive, middle-aged white man named Clayton Powell at a diner during a rest stop and decides to make him a lucky man. However...
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The Wake has been longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2014 Everyone knows the date of the Battle of Hastings. Far fewer people know what happened next...Set in the three years after the Norman invasion, The Wake tells the story of a fractured band of guerilla fighters who take up arms...
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I’das is a young philosopher who stays awake all night, smokes three packs of cigarettes a day, and tries to answer unresolved philosophical questions. When his night life and his obsessive smoking significantly impacts his social and occupational functioning, he refers to a psychiatrist who...
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Emotionless
By: Sadi Sahar
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Eric Draver, a handsome, charismatic real estate agent, is mysteriously beset by an excruciating headache. The pain is so unbearable that he begins to see the world through a translucent red veil. It feels as if something is living and growing in his head. Seeking help in all directions but...
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Never forget where you came from. I didn't.My past ravaged me once. Tortured me for a long time. I faced sleepless nights, my own withering soul, horrors unimaginable. But I endured. I stayed the course, and it almost cost me...
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Shadow Garden Blues
By: Michael Romeo
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FREE PAPERBACK SIGNED BY AUTHOR FOR AMAZON CUSTOMER REVIEW Contact Erik Eriksen (erik.abbye.eriksen@gmail.com) at København Press after your review has been posted. "Maybe the most honest and heart felt portrayal of the prostitutes in Hong Kong since Suzie Wong, and a damn good...
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Life in the modern world can be hard if you are unable to grab a purpose. Docker gave up looking and searched the sky on nights when he could not sleep, hoping for something to change. One night, two stars appeared moving at a great speed. Taken by fear and awe, he watched as the stars...
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Return of the Gods
By: Peter Black
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What would you think if the simple act of saying hello to a stranger altered your life forever? What if that person became the most important person in your life, and then died? Thirty years later, how you come to think about that meeting, how would you remember it, and all that followed? ...
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Silent Music
By: Julian Wolfreys
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“Davidi dhe Bathsheba” është një libër i shkruar thjesht dhe pa komplikime, ku autorja i ka qëndruar besnike ngjarjes, ashtu siç është dhënë në Bibël. Mënyra sesi ngjarja është konsideruar, që domethënë si jepet interpretimi i fakteve, ç’mjete janë përdorur për të...
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Davidi dhe Bathsheba
By: Aida Bode
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The Great Desire is a partly true story about the life I made up and other sage advice. This tragic and heartwarming coming of age story will offend your notions of appropriateness, alter your conceptions of love, and prompt you to question your values. In his debut novella Brett...
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The Great Desire
By: Brett Wilcox
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In David Haight's second novel, Me and Mrs. Jones, Haight movingly portrays a man and a woman's heartbreaking attempts to stay together against impossible odds. Jack Amsterdam rockets down an East River highway, drunk, away from an incomplete novel and failing marriage thinking only of escape....
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Me and Mrs. Jones
By: David Haight
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Jim does his work. Bubba pays him well. Things go smoothly until Jim thinks about quitting. He soon finds out he's only allowed to do so on Bubba's terms. A short story from John LaTorre, author of Amazon Breakthrough Novel contest Quarter-finalist, Yokai Blues....
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Jim's Job
By: John LaTorre
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With news of her daddy’s death, August Abney returns to her messy roots in Charleston, South Carolina. Despite melodramatic efforts to leave town, the past clings to her like kudzu. While tending to her daddy's estate, she discovers information that may bring closure to her family's tawdriest...
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Kudzu Gypsy: A Novella
By: Kelly Yonce
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Inuit boy Mark Akrivik was so excited that he wrote about his first seal hunting on his blog. However people said seal hunting is cruel and his blog was on fire.This is the English version of "Maaku ga Gaka ni natta Wake"....
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Find Your Way
By: Akiko Kawabata
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Two young girls. One black. One white. An unlikely friendship blossoms against the backdrop of war and prejudice in the Australian outback. The Dingo Cave becomes their magic place away from a cruel and barren world - a place where cultures hold hands and learn from one another in surprising and...
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The Dingo Cave
By: Sybilla Thompson
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In a town secluded from the rest of the world, with two predominant families, a young man named Medi watches as murder and all out war breakout over a small and simple rubber stick. The Redds have the stick, the Greenes want it back. Medi and his family are wedged in the middle of the...
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The Rubber Stick
By: Peter Black
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What happens when you have lyrics but no songs? Poetry. Explore each and every poem as each one will take you on an unprecedented journey. Witness the Ancient Egyptian Mythology in a unique light, follow the Darkness to Enlightenment, pass the ones inspired by Horror and Adventure...
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"I had been forced out of my adolescence by the cruelty of existence. But the world was being forced out of its ancient innocence by the cruelty of man." Oscar Miggiani has lost his mother in a traffic accident. Despite his father being the British High Commissioner to Malta there is...
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The Last Adolescence
By: Justin Fenech
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Jones' mom is sick and dying, his brother and sister are hard to handle, his job sucks and he is trying his best to get through college and along with his girlfriend. Jones, like every man is weak and open to temptation. One mistake with a girl, a little bad luck and coincidence, Jones finds...
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Bad Luck
By: Peter Black
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On an Odyssean journey from Los Angeles to Mexico, a mute man finds a home in a country he doesn’t belong to, and a stubborn Mexican immigrant rediscovers the family she left behind. The Last Line of a Goat Song, tells the story of William Thornton and Maggie Cruz. Crippled by a...
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The Last Line of a Goat Song
By: Jonathan Doyle
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Dan Martyn never forgave his father for remarrying after the death of his mother, Marie. New half-siblings complicate the family dynamic and father and son clash often. Unwilling to take a "handout" job from his father's Baltimore shipping company, Dan leaves home, attends night school and works as...
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The Inheritance
By: Meredith Greene
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As well as being highly enjoyable, Otgur's tales are works of very real philosophical exploration. These five imaginative stories ("Dreamwise," "The Mirage in the Desert," "The Primordial Depression," "A Patron for a Painter," and "The Prison of Poverty") range over such subjects as the permanence...
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Dreamwise and Other Stories
By: Zerrin Otgur
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A novella set in Sixties Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco. The flavor of the street and city with all its warts and beauty marks. "People get ready there's a train acomin'," was the Curtis Mayfield byword. What was it really like to be there?...
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The Spaniel's Bark
By: Penny Skillman
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A homeless man who wreaked terror mixed with cannibalism. A sinister turn-around during the last day of Jose Rizal. A seemingly innocent boy who is the Devil encapsulated. This is a collection of eight horror stories set in Philippine soil, of what might happen in your somnolence--in your...
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Somnolence
By: Bryan Salazar
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"Was it possible to feel nostalgic about something that had never happened to him, possible for nostalgia to be taken in by the body as a free pathogen to infect the consciousness with stray sentiments? Perhaps, in his dreams, he had traveled back in time, or even drifted into another dimension of...
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Six Lives Six Stories In this powerful, pint-sized debut, author Ashton James Morris explores a world in which the veil separating the metaphysical and the physical world is frequently blurred. His flavorful prose dives straight into the pool of emotion of six unassuming...
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Six Lives Past Sundown
By: Ashton James Morris
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"Assumptions" is a short story/memoir about the relationship between a young boy and an alcoholic woman in the latter years of her life. In September of 2013, the author was selected as a Finalist for the Tuscany Prize in Fiction for this short story....
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"Assumptions," a Short Story
By: James Mulhern
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When Matthias Bates decided he would attend the University of Education he had no idea it would mean a head first dive into attention deficit drugs. Meanwhile, Phillip is a rising star in the youth soccer scene, until he has his face smashed in. What do they have in common? A small half-white,...
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ADD(icted)
By: Andrew M. Bartlett
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A delightful collection of stories, narratives, poems and aesthetic experiences....
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Party to the dream
By: Robert Ravensbergen
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Bartleby's Burden is a literary response to Herman Melville's famous and well-disputed short story "Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street." It is a version of events as told from the eyes of Bartleby himself, a mysterious scrivener whose singular and perplexing line "I would prefer not...
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Bartleby's Burden: A Short Story
By: C. R. Vincent
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Too often, the victim at the center of a murder mystery is tangential to the story being told—it’s hard to care that they’re dead. Mark Crichton is no such man, and Intersections is not that novel. At first blush, when Mark is killed on a hot night in St. Louis, he seems to be a familiar...
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Intersections
By: Susan Sample
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Set in the world of wolves at a time when their dominion has been threatened by a terrifying new predator intent on their annihilation, Ramblefoot tells the story of Raspail, a raffish black wolf with a singular flair for survival. Groomed for greatness by his adoptive uncles, Raspail is destined...
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Ramblefoot
By: Ken Kaufman
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