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Shadow Play (The Fae Games Book 1)

by Jill Ramsower
4.4 stars – 93 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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**2019 Reader’s Favorite Award for Honorable Mention in Urban Fantasy**

After two years at a dead-end job, Rebecca Peterson walks away from everything she knows to follow her dreams in Ireland. Instead of dreams, the dreary streets of Belfast rekindle her terrifying nightmares; and this time, they aren’t confined to her imagination. Twisted and vicious, Faeries are being unleashed on Earth to prey upon unsuspecting humans. Becca must stay alive long enough to learn about this deadly Fae world and discover why she’s been drawn into its clutches.

Delving into the underbelly of the city, Becca discovers that she is not entirely alone in her struggles. However, centuries of secrecy make gathering information a challenge. When Becca crosses paths with two mysterious strangers, her life is only complicated further. The gorgeous but brooding Lochlan demands complete honesty while refusing to provide any answers of his own. On the other hand, Ronan’s enigmatic, charming persona is refreshingly disarming. With his sights set on making Becca his, he offers more help than most. Both men claim to help her, but Becca quickly learns that trusting others is difficult when you have secrets of your own …

**This is a re-edited edition of Shadow Play published with an updated cover.**
Warning: This is NOT a Young Adult novel! It contains graphic violence and scenes with adult sexual content. There is a cliffhanger ending, but the story is completed in book 2.

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Mercenary

by David M. Gaughran
3.7 stars – 125 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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New Orleans, 1891: Lee Christmas gets drunk and falls asleep at the throttle of his locomotive, plowing straight into an oncoming train. Blacklisted from the railroad and his marriage in tatters, he flees New Orleans on a steamer bound for the tropics.

In Honduras, he begins a quiet new life. But trouble has a way of finding Christmas. With unrest sweeping the countryside, he’s kidnapped by bandits. Soon, he finds himself taking sides in an all-out civil war–as leader of the rebellion.

MERCENARY is the thrilling story of the USA’s most famous soldier of fortune: the hard-drinking drifter who changed the fate of a nation.

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Then a Soldier: A Jewish Odyssey

by Richard G. Kurtz
4.2 stars – 56 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Then A Soldier is two stories and two histories that are intertwined. On one level, it is a realistic, understated, un-romanticized description of close combat in Vietnam, and a serious analysis of three firefights in which the author was engaged.

On the second level, it portrays the social, historical, and cultural pressures that led a Jewish boy from the Bronx of the early 1960s to become a career Army officer, and, when his country was at war, to seek out a combat assignment. It is the story of a young man setting out to prove that Jews could be good soldiers as he simultaneously embarks on an uncommon assimilation strategy to enter the WASP establishment.

Then A Soldier describes the growth of the author from a boy, to a student, to a ROTC cadet, to a peace-time soldier and finally as a junior officer in combat in Vietnam. It is the story of a young man testing himself and finding a new dimension of his makeup.

About the Author

Richard Gary Kurtz served thirty years in the US Army, retiring as a Colonel. Almost ten of those years were spent overseas, including two years in Vietnam with the 1st Infantry and 101st Airborne Divisions. He was later a battalion and brigade commander, and served two tours as a Pentagon staff officer. He is currently a consultant to the Department of Defense on missile defense issues. Mr. Kurtz has a BS from the City College of New York (CCNY) and a MS from the University of Texas at El Paso. He lives with his wife, Carol, in Alexandria, Virginia. They have three children and seven grandchildren.

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Death of a False Physician (Hippolyta Napier Book 2)

by Lexie Conyngham
4.5 stars – 2 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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The dreadful day is approaching for the Napiers in Ballater: Hippolyta Napier’s mother is coming to stay.
But Mrs. Fettes is not just in Aberdeenshire to visit her youngest daughter: she has other reasons, and one will draw the whole family in, with deadly results.

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Ruthless King (The Anti-Heroes Collection Book 1)

by Meghan March
4.6 stars – 878 reviews
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Get ready for the darker and dirtier side of New Orleans with a brand new alpha romance from New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Meghan March.

New Orleans belongs to me.
You don’t know my name, but I control everything you see—and all the things you don’t.
My reach knows no bounds, and my demands are always met.
I didn’t need to loan money to a failing family distillery, but it amuses me to have them in my debt.
To have her in my debt.
She doesn’t know she caught my attention.
She should’ve been more careful.
I’m going to own her. Consume her. Maybe even keep her.
It’s time to collect what I’m owed.
Keira Kilgore, you’re now the property of Lachlan Mount.

*Ruthless King is book one of the Mount Trilogy*

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