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Genre(s): Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Greek & Roman, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Contemporary, World Literature, Mythology, Paranormal & Urban, Teens
F ifteen-year-old Therese watches her parents die. While in a coma, she meets the twin sons of Hades–Hypnos (the god of sleep) and Thanatos (the god of death). She thinks she’s manipulating a dream, not kissing the god of death and totally rocking his world.
Than makes a deal with Hades and goes as a mortal to the Upperworld to try and win Therese’s heart, but not all the gods are happy. Some give her gifts. Others try to kill her.
The deal requires Therese to avenge the death of her parents. With the help of Than’s fierce and exotic sisters, the Furies, she finds herself in an arena face to face with the murderer, and only one will survive.
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Genre(s): History, Americas, United States, 19th Century, Civil War, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Westerns
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The Civil war divided the country and tore families apart. After the war, two half brothers became legendary gunfighters and cowboys in the old West–and deadly enemies.
Rubeck’s Raiders, a confederate army unit, were so brutal, even their own army disowned them. When the leaders’ son and paramour were killed one night, he knew it was one of his own men. A man hunt that spanned 10 years ensued.
The murdered girls’ younger sister saw a face in the window that horrible night, and swore to track her sister’s killer down. She hires trained killers to hunt him so she can get her revenge.
That’s how both half brothers became two of the most wanted men in the old West.
Changing names and identities, moving from frontier town to frontier town, hiding out – all became a way of life, along with having to fight for their lives at almost every turn.
One half brother knew he did it. The other was blamed for it. One didn’t want anything to do with the other. The other was protecting him.
They are all in one deadly pursuit to get him first.
More old West gunfighting stories by Van Holt:
Curly Bill and Ringo: They Rode to Hell Together
The Last of the Fighting Farrells
Wild Desert Rose: a Hellbound Western Romance
Dynamite Riders: 9/11 in the Old West
The Fortune Hunters
The Stranger from Hell
Blood in the Hills
The Man Called Bowdry
Hunt the Killers Down
Coming soon by Van Holt:
The Bounty Hunters
So Long, Stranger
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Genre(s): Animals, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Dragons, Travel & Cultures, Royalty, People & Places
P raise for Andy Smithson: Blast of the Dragon’s Fury (Book One)
“I LOVED it! Totally hooked and want to hear more. When’s the sequel coming out?” – Book Reviewer
“As far as Andy Smithson knows, he is a more-or-less ordinary 10-year-old boy, neglected by his overachieving parents and annoyed by his pampered older sister. What he doesn’t know is that he is also the latest in a line of rulers of the land of Oomaldee and the one destined to save that kingdom from a curse put on it 500 years before Andy’s birth. Andy is magically pulled into Oomaldee while washing dishes one evening, and the adventure begins–an adventure that includes fire-breathing dragons, a lisping wizard, flying horses, people-eating giants, and many new and delightful friends.
The story has plenty of exciting moments and a great deal of humor, from fart jokes and silly wordplay to more subtle humor that should appeal to adult readers. Delightful characters, exciting moments, and plenty of cool extras.” – SP Reviews
“The humor is visible and the book has many clever touches. The characters are believable… in this multi-layered story. A well-thought-through plot and vivid characters and situations.”
– Editor, A Woman’s Write
“What a wonderful read, it grabbed me from the first lines, and lively writing and dialogue kept me there!” – Author, The Sword of Demelza
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Action & Adventure, Historical, Men’s Adventure, Historical Fiction
O ne man’s attempt at dodging the war while on a treasure seeking mission for gold, leads him on a quest that he never imagined possible. As he crosses state borders from North to South, he is hell bent on determining his own path, until circumstances continue to fuel his situation beyond his control. With each tacking pace of the train, he will eventually venture into the bayous of Louisiana where he is beaten and left for dead, until he is discovered by someone that can alter the course of his destiny forever, but not before many battles are waged against him. Eventually, he is brought to a place where he must choose to live as a soldier of misfortune or discover the real reason why he began his journey in the first place.
From the timber mills of Wisconsin, into the deep South and the rugged West, nothing will keep Daniel Stone from going after what he wants, neither the cruelty of strangers or the vengeful warriors of the plains, while the Civil War looms around him. He would rather die trying to get where he wants to go, than to live with the regrets of a life unlived…
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Genre(s): Humor & Entertainment, Humor, Love, Sex & Marriage, Literature & Fiction
M artin is a 24 year old guy who falls in love with a 38 year old woman. He has to grow so fast emotionally that he feels like he just got hit by a speeding bus.Not only is Frances fourteen years Martin’s senior, but she’s all about putting Zen into relationship, which involves every guy’s worst nightmare: talking about your feelings, being conscious of your thoughts and above all, unabashed, honest communication at all times. Martin has no idea what he is getting himself into and the sharp learning curve that’s required of him especially when he’s in the mood for sex and she wants Zen.”This is a short book but contains multitudes. The hero, Martin, is in despair about his ability to maintain a long-term relationship. After a number of failed match-making attempts he finally falls into a relationship with an older woman. At first leery, he realises that the age-gap doesn’t matter and goes headlong into the relationship. The book examines what happens when two real people try to negotiate a relationship where each is uncertain about themselves and their feelings. Dermot Davis writes Martin from the first-person perspective, and this gives him the opportunity to delve the depths and scale the heights of Martin’s roller-coaster. He writes affectionately and – it seems to me – accurately about the mental contortions that ‘real’ people go through as they work on their relationships. I’d recommend this book to anyone who’s experienced failure and success in their romantic life. You’ll recognise your feelings and the feelings of other people as they’re acted out. You’ll experience the frustration of dealing with a partner who seems to change his or her mind about how he or she feels. And you’ll laugh copiously at Martin’s attempts to find a way of having a real relationship with a real woman without giving up any essential parts of his own persona.” – Keith Dixon, author
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Historical, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Mystery, Historical Fiction
I t is 1569; the 11th year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, and Spain has banned trade with England following rising tension between the two countries. At this unpromising time Thomas, a Cambridge University student, refuses to inherit his father’s prosperous clothier business and abandons his studies to seek his fortune as a merchant trading in Seville, the gateway to the fabulous riches of the Spanish Indies. Until the dispute is settled he learns his trade in Kings Lynn and London. During this period he unintentionally becomes involved in the largest smuggling scandal of Elizabeth’s reign, acquires the patronage of a rising personage and the enmity of an unknown person or persons, who pursue him over the years.
We follow Thomas through his adventures over two decades trading in England and Barbary and spying and trading in Spain. The story culminates with his release from Seville’s Royal prison, his flight to England with information about the imminent departure of the Spanish Armada, and the discovery of the reason for the long held intense enmity.
Note from the Author:
This book has only been added on Amazon for a few weeks. Every review is ***** but all are on the UK site (www.amazon.co.uk) and do not show on the US site. Please visit the UK site to see the full reviews. Extracts of the reviews are:-
***** Meg: …… If, like me, you are a fan of C.J. Sansom’s ‘Shardlake’ you will find this a good read. I recommend it.
***** Martin: A fascinating story set during the middle two decades of the turbulent Elizabethan era. ……… leads me to chase eagerly through the chapters …………..
***** Laraine: …. great book which I can recommend to anybody interested in historical novels of the 16th century.
***** MWA: … evolves leaving the reader wanting more .. Hope there is a sequel ….
***** Eion: ….. grips you from first page to last …
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