Fiction - Drama

The Longest Midnight

A Zombie Novel
By J.J. Fowler

The Longest Midnight: A Zombie Novel is a post-apocalyptic horror novel written by J.J. Fowler. It had been twenty years since Captain Joshua Drake had entered the army at the tender age of sixteen. Now he looked far older than his age, and the battle...

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Sold

By Blair Denholm

Gary Braswell does not know how to stop and he keeps getting deeper and deeper into trouble. Fueled by alcohol, Gary is a gambler, and he likes to bet on cricket matches in his home country, Australia. He owes the bookie, Jocko Mackenzie, $4000 and...

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A Year in the Life of Dr. Fox

By Frederick L Malphurs

The death of their sister hit them hard. She had been missing for a short time, but when her husband was taken into police custody it had sealed her fate. There were rumours that Diego Sanchez had been consorting with narco-criminals, laundering money, and sheltering...

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Night Music

A Novel
By Deanna Lynn Sletten

Deanna Lynn Sletten’s Night Music is a story of hearts divided. Joseph Russo is a soldier in Vietnam. He becomes pen pals with a girl named Charlotte. Char writes to Joe about Grand Falls, her small hometown in Illinois. Joe clings to those letters, they...

Darkly Wood II

The Woman Who Never Wore Shoes
By Max Power

Darkly Wood II: The Woman Who Never Wore Shoes by Max Power is a sequel that can be read as a standalone. Darkly Wood looks innocent, situated on the slope above the isolated village of Cranby. Its name is related to the Darkly family who...

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Bunny Man's Bridge

A Short Story Collection
By Ted Neill

Bunny Man's Bridge: A Short Story Collection by Ted Neill is a gorgeous collection of stories that forces the reader to confront the realities of humanity, starting with an introduction that makes powerful references to an asylum. The author then quickly moves on to offer...

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Hidden in Plain Sight

By Karen Batshaw

According to author Karen Batshaw’s note at the end of Hidden In Plain Sight, during the World War II Nazi occupation of Greece, 80% of Greek industry and 90% of ports, roads, railways and bridges were destroyed, 25% of all forests were decimated and over...

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The Believers In the Crucible Nauvoo

By Alfred Woollacott, III

The Believers in the Crucible Nauvoo by Alfred Woollacott, III is an inspiring, historical novel that explores the life of a woman of faith. Naamah Carter has had her share of suffering and devastating loss as a child. However, her life takes on a...

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Red River

By Bob Guess

Imagine yourself sitting at a table in the best restaurant in town, with a woman in front of you, her gun pointed at your crotch under the table, determined to make you a eunuch. That is how Red River by Bob Guess begins, and it...

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Roanoke

By Kathryn Sommerlot

When sixteen-year-old Audry's father dies, he leaves her in a difficult situation, as she comes under the protection of her elder sister, Alis, and her husband, John. In Roanoke, by Kathryn Sommerlot, John and Alis have determined to make a new beginning and in 1587...

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