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Cold Hillside by Martin Cooper

SIMON COLTRAINE is a professional songwriter and musician. His brother GILES, trader, rogue and amiable bully, is a crook. When Giles is killed in a car accident Simon returns to their childhood home to confront his memories and his own complicity in his brother’s schemes. . . .

A complete pdf novel.
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Spireclaw by Huw Langridge

A supernatural tale of love and identity.

All the time we are surrounded by coincidences. Some we pay a second thought to and then forget about. Some fill us with wonder. Some we never even notice. But there are some which can scare us. When Kieran Whyteleafe starts to see little coincidences happening around him he decides to investigate their meaning. The coincidences seem to centre . . .

A complete novel.
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China Wind by Anne Infante

China Wind: A tale of conspiracy and revenge in the high-rise glass towers of big business . . . with a dash of corruption, secret criminal societies, a beautiful promiscuous woman . . . and a twist of romance. Langford-Price is one of the leading companies in Hong Kong. When the promiscuous wife of one of the directors mysteriously disappears, Brisbane private investigator, Carol Monk, is hired . . .

A complete novel.
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J.B.’s NYC Internet Adventure by Smile-Up

Join us on treasure hunt in NYC.

Match wits with Jake, Stella and the gang by using the Internet to solve the mystery of Aunt Miriam’s treasures. A family vacation to New York City turns into a wacky Internet treasure hunt adventure when Jake, Stella, Stanley and Marcus Bonds meet their oddball ancient Aunt Miriam for the first time. Mysterious, confused and irritable, Aunt Miriam is . . .

A complete novel.
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Mysteries of Our Lives by E. Ty Junior

Welcome to Hallandale, Massachussetts, a city of infinite possibilities—love, magic, deception, the unexplained, the unwanted, romance, and tragedy. You may settle in this sleepless city at your own risk, but remember that no stone goes unturned and that behind every locked door there is a reason it was not to be opened in the first place. . . .

An ongoing scripted series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Refuge of Delayed Souls by Miladysa

Not your every day ghost story.

Elizabeth returns to RoYds; an Agency that investigates the paranormal. A bit rich of RoYds really, especially when they have several ghosts and a pair of fallen angels on their staff. Then again, Whituth is no ordinary town, nor Refuge of Delayed Souls your every day ghost story. . . .

A complete novel.
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Ride with Madness by psychmum

No one thinks straight in a heatwave.

Ride with Madness is set in the long hot summer of 1995. It opens with Helen Byrne, who yearns for personal freedom in her stifling marriage to the upwardly mobile Malcolm. Her compulsive involvement with ex-prostitute Carla and the flamboyant cult leader Addison threatens to tip all of them into the kind of madness where no one seems to have . . .

A complete novel.
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Steal Tomorrow by Ann Pino

When her parents died in a global pandemic, seventeen-year-old Cassie Thompson thought her biggest problem was finding her next meal. But “Telo” is a virally-transmitted genetic disease that targets adults, and no one is immune. Surviving to adulthood isn’t looking very good as her city succumbs to food shortages, sanitation problems, and gang violence. When Cassie accepts an invitation to . . .

A complete novel.
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A ‘Verse Full of Scum by Alan Baxter

The story of galactic Bounty Hunter, Ghost, and his efforts to track down a rogue magic user who seems to be running as far away as he can, killing anyone that gets in his way. . . .

A complete novel.
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The Germaine Truth by Duane Poncy and Patricia J. McLean

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The Tales of Germaine, Oregon The Applegate Trail: Susie Applegate is a reporter for The Germaine Truth, the town newspaper, owned and operated by her dad, Howard Applegate. Susie chronicles the stories of the people of Germaine, and with the help of 11 year old Shaherazade Budreau, is determined to solve a 50 year old murder mystery – . . .

An anthology.
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Superstition by Allan T. Michaels

Dashiell Aldridge is a private investigator. Who just happens to be an expert in occult phenomena. His adventures are wrought with suspense, mystery and magic. . . .

A series.
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A 'VERSE FULL OF SCUM

Not seeing it

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Aug 14, 2008: I read all six volumes that are currently posted.

The writing is good: sharp, clear, and concise. I’m having a bit of trouble relating to the narrator, though, and I’m not sure why.

I just don’t really care about him. I don’t care if he succeeds in capturing his bounty or if he fails. It’s written in first person so I find this a little surprising, and I’m having trouble putting my [more . . .]

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CHINA WIND

China Wind – highly recommended

By JulieD, member

Apr 21, 2009: Reading Anne Infante’s China Wind is like opening a well-wrapped gift – most relevant considering its Christmas setting. As you open each layer, Anne gently builds her characters and context, leading to the discovery of the mystery at its heart. There is also a hint of romance for Carol Monk which is like the sparkly bow on top – but who will be the successful suitor? Anne unfolds the map of pre-handover Hong Kong with vivid descriptions of the city and its surrounding territories and sets the plot in a [more . . .]

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