• Fiction
      December 2015

      Dumb Love

      by Jeremy Orlando

      Nothing ever happens for the first time. No one is ever as smart as they think they are. And the shadow of Cutter Kane looms only over those trapped in the clutches of a lust for vengeance. Hamlyn Daniel is about to learn these truths&h

    • Fiction
      September 2017

      Invisible Scars

      by Peter Sykes

      Whilst Paul and Kate work alongside each other as doctor and nurse on the surgical ward, strains in their relationship emerge. And when Kate's baby dies and Paul's inexperience costs lives, doubt and despair hang in the air an

    • Fiction

      A Pale Horse

      Marc Everitt

      by Marc Everitt

      In the far future, humankind has left a destroyed Earth behind. No one misses the Earth; it's location a mystery and its existence beginning to be considered a myth. Until rumours spread that something unbelievable, miraculous and valuable beyond

    • Fiction

      The Dead Earth

      Book 2 Days of Entropy Series

      by Marc Everitt

      The human factions have gathered on Old Earth and the hunt is underway for the person who can change the fate of the rest of the species. As the future hangs in the balance, much that was hidden about the past will come to light, and not just for

    • Fiction

      The Chains We Forge

      Book 3 Days of Entropy Series

      by Marc Everitt

      With time running out to find the man who can save the human race and the forces of the colonial expanse under attack from alien vessels, it becomes clear that Kyle and his mercenary crew have taken the wrong job this time. Bowman has problems of

    • Fiction
      July 2014

      A Slight Case of Death

      by Jeremy Orlando

      ‘It was his reflection in the mirror that confirmed his altered state. He couldn’t locate his pulse. In the past it had never left home without him. He breathed into the palm of his hand. Futile. Raymond Coles’ next course of ac

    • Fiction
      September 2014

      Illumination

      by Jeremy Orlando

      ‘The point is that there is no point.’ Archer Swamp, former stand-up comedian, now reverend of the ‘church of fall down’. They all came to worship him, loathe him and sometimes hurt him. He didn’t care

    • Fiction
      July 2014

      Silver Fang at Hedgefield Farm

      by Linda H Strachan

      Just before they go on holiday for Easter, Robbie and Jade’s school gets broken into and dangerous chemicals are stolen. Putting it behind them they set off for their aunt and uncle’s farm where they are going to stay for a few weeks.

    • Children's & young adult fiction & true stories

      Mason's Magic Adventures

      by Warren Brown

      Adventurous ten year old Mason goes on his Magical adventures with his family and friends. You can join Mason at the Magic Circus, in the Jungle, along the Magic Sea in China and in the Magical Universe. In this book there are four exciting adven

    • Erotic fiction

      Lovedex Thrilldex

      A Collection of Love Stories and Thrillers

      by Warren Brown

      A collection of Eighteen short stories. 1.The Death of Reuben: A Vampire, a poisoned man and a psychotic killer. What do the three have in common? 2.The Sound of Rats: A woman with psychic powers and the hunger of rodents. 3.Son of Cyrus: The pow

    • Fiction
      April 2014

      MS and Me

      by Dorothy M Mitchell

      Living with multiple sclerosis was never going to be easy. The phrase 'I rule it, it doesn't rule me' was to become Lydia's benchmark. She clung fiercely to these words. They would booster her strength in the years ahead when at times, fear of th

    • Thriller / suspense
      September 2014

      Devil Dancer

      by Roger G Trow

      Paul Anders and his daughter Jessica arrive on Isla Misterioso in search of a new beginning. Following the brutal murder of his wife two years previously, they need time to heal and a place remote from the reminders of the past. Paul and his wife

    • Fiction
      August 2016

      Respect

      by L. S. Henry

      Aimee is a naive, sixteen year old, brought up by her strict, religious father who instilled high morals of respect for others and most definitely members of the church. Having experienced the wrath of one of the church elders for a minor transgression

    • Fiction
      February 2014

      Hollybeck

      by Dorothy M. Mitchell

      Hollybeck is set in the early 1900s, and is a story about how two friends, Emma Watkins and Trudy Spence, take unexpected paths in their lives. Both girls start from similar working class conditions, but whereas Emma flourishes, Trudy has a mental brea

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