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Genre(s): Fantasy | Science Fiction
London, 83AV (Anno Victoria)
On the cobbled streets of Low London, Inspector Noridel of the Eternal Queen’s Constabulary is on the trail of a killer.
A killer who removes the still-beating heart from his victims.
A killer who witnesses describe as an “angel.”
This is an England where Queen Victoria has refused to die. Frozen in state, she thaws for a single day each year to guide her Eternal Empire to even greater glories.
An England where the Working Guilds of the Flesh and the Clockwork exist in an uneasy truce, each with their own secret agendas.
No longer a green and pleasant land, this is a country whose gardens have become the factory floor for an ever-expanding Industrial and Military Empire that has conquered the globe. An Empire that breeds ever-growing resistance.
Here, Scotland Yard walks the land in the belly of an Iron Giant, fighting crime wherever it may go, home to a vast super-computer with a penchant for riddles and a dangerous crush on Inspector Noridel.
To catch the killer, Noridel will have to look to his own past.
And to his future…
“Just when you think you’ve seen every possible variation on the Steampunk-London theme, along comes Jonathan Templar with something new and inventive. Full of distinctively-drawn characters, page-turning action and atmosphere as thick as a London fog, The Angel of Shadwell is the kind of story that’s bound to leave other genre authors wondering, ‘Now why didn’t I think of that?’”–Jonathan Green, Creator of the Pax Britannia series (Time’s Arrow, Dark Side, Anno Frankenstein)
Genre(s): Dark Fantasy | Horror
The road has brought him home.
Running from a broken heart and the hangman’s noose he followed the road across Europe; searching for happiness in a pretty girl’s smile, the turn of a card and the depths of a brandy glass. Instead he became a womaniser, and then a thief living behind a charmer’s mask until, finally, the road ensnared him in insanity and murder.
It is 1708, the Age of The Enlightenment, and, in the shadow of the nearly completed St Paul’s Cathedral, Caleb Cade has returned to London a broken man; incapable of love and terrified of the grave, his only friend the half imagined ghost of his dead brother.
The road has now brought him home for there is nowhere left to run, and his only hope of redemption is to find the man he might have been.
Haunted by his own ghosts and demons, he relives the events of his childhood that led to the death of the only friend he had ever known, and the fear that The King of the Winter is forever peering through the window, all cold of heart and sly of eye, waiting to take him down to damnation.
But whist one journey ends and another begins. He is befriended by a fellow libertine, Louis Defane, a strange man around which strange things seem to happen. A man with an insatiable appetite for all the pleasures of life, a man who can seemingly bend people’s will to his own, a man with sparkling blue January eyes and snow white hair.
A man who might not be a man at all…
Book One of the dark romance series In the Absence of Light; a story of love, loss, vampires and the black hearts of men.
Book Two (A Bad Man’s Song) and Book Three (Ghosts in the Blood) available now. Book Four (The Love of Monsters) will be published on 1st July 2013.
Author’s Note: The King of the Winter and A Bad Man’s Song were previously published in one volume and some of the reviews for The King of the Winter relate to both books.
Genre(s): Genre Fiction | Horror
In 1691 the town of Crossfall taught the witch Thessaly how to die. They beat her, they shot her, they hung her – but nothing worked. When they finally tried to bury her alive Thessaly set the field against them. The first man died as a gust of wind harrowed the meat from his bones. A root,flung like a dirty javelin, cut a second man down. Many more deaths followed. The Preacher Fell impaled the witch upon her very own broom but she dragged him down into the field to wait for three more centuries.
Three hundred years later Maddy Harker will murder her bullying husband Vic. She will bury him in the field as she buried her abusive father years before that. The very same field where the revenant spirit of Thessaly Cross lies waiting.
In three days Vic will rise again – a thing of dirt, bone and hatred.
Men will call him the Tatterdemon.
And hell – and Thessaly – will follow.
PRAISE FOR STEVE VERNON:
“This genre needs new blood and Steve Vernon is quite a transfusion.” – Ed Lee
“Steve Vernon was born to write. He’s the real deal and we’re lucky to have him.” – Richard Chizmar
“Armed with a bizarre sense of humor, a huge amount of originality, a flair for taking risks and a strong grasp of characterization – Steve’s got the
chops for sure.” – Dark Discoveries
“This book is EVIL!” – Keith Blackwood
Genre(s): Science Fiction & Fantasy | Epic
Named one of the “Best Indie Fantasy Books Worth a Read” on Goodreads
If you love the classic epic fantasy greats, but hunger for a refreshing concept, the Twinborn Trilogy delivers!
One world of magic. One world of reason. Two lives intertwined in connection mistaken for a dream.
By day, Kyrus Hinterdale lives the mundane life of a scribe. By night, he lives out the adventures of Brannis Solaran, a failed sorcerer turned knight. When Brannis leads his battalion into the forest on a routine scouting mission, they are overwhelmed by a goblin force. While leading the survivors to regroup and prepare the empire for the inevitable war, Brannis struggles to understand why a scribe from his own dreams, suddenly seems to be able to perform the magic he never could.As the two discover the reality of their connection, their comfortable lives begin to unravel. Now they have to share knowledge between worlds to stay a step ahead of the mysteries piling up. Who is behind the unprovoked goblin attacks? How will a world dominated by reason react to the presence of magic? Who is the quiet stranger in the woods who refuses to give his name? And who might be playing a deadly game, with pawns in both worlds?
Praise for Firehurler
“If you read only one fantasy this year, make it this one!” – Theresa Snyder
“Original Concept, Perfectly Executed!” – Richi from Two Reads
“Intricately detailed, awesome read” – Mel Chesley from Caldonia Lass
“It is quite astonishing that author J.S. Morin can craft not only one breathtakingly vivid fantasy world, but two.” – The Book Brothers
Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Crime Fiction
THE No. 1 BESTSELLER IN THE FREE KINDLE STORE CRIME CATEGORY
Making a killing in business is one thing – doing it for real is another.
Private Investigator Sam Dyke turns down a job that would require skills that he doesn’t have – patience, computer-literacy, tact. Then he finds that the skills he does have – tenacity, aggression, street-smarts – are exactly the ones he needs for his next case – hunting down a cold-blooded murderer who seems to know what his every step will be.
To solve the case Sam must negotiate with his ex-wife, cement a relationship with a new love, unravel an office-based financial fraud and fight off an arrogant murderer armed only with a pen-knife.
Altered Life is fast-paced, bitterly comic and introduces a tough new English private eye who knows what he wants and, usually, how to get it.
What reviewers have said:
“Right out of the gate, this is an amazing novel for first-time author, Keith Dixon.” – Ron Peters, POD People.
“If you like private eye stories, you owe it to yourself to check out Keith Dixon’s Altered Life. I had a hard time putting it down and I bet you will too. With this book you’ll be in on the ground floor of what is sure to be a successful series of ‘Sam Dyke’ mysteries.” - Dan Marvin, The LL Book Review.
“Meet Sam Dyke, a shoot from the hip, slightly cynical, less than happy with how life has turned out private eye. A turned down job turns into a personal quest to do right by his ex-wife even if it is eighteen years too late. The plot escalates quickly and keeps going until the mystery solved with some death defying quick thinking from Dyke. The hook is baited for the second book nicely but not in such a way that you feel like you got thrown off the literary cliff wondering what happened.”
“This great read harkens back to the days of the straightforward in your face detective genre. The author does not try to be “cutsey” or politically correct. He just tells a great story with an extremely proficient hero, Sam Dyke. I usually can figure these types of tales out by the middle of the book, but not this one. It will hook you early with the deviously crafted characters. An example of this fine writer’s skill is an attempted murder by a forced car accident. When I was reading this heart stopping passage, I found myself literally holding my breath.
If you enjoy a good mystery with many surprises along the way, you’ll love this book.”
Genre(s): Teen & Young Adult | Romance
High school junior, Kylie Bates, can suddenly read minds. When she touches people’s hands, she’s able to see their deepest thoughts. As if that’s not freaky enough, her dad sends her to help hottie detective, Sam Williams, track down a missing girl. Way too much pressure, especially for a girl who can’t watch Scream without getting nightmares.
Then, finding the missing girl leads to much more than Kylie’s prepared for. Like discovering that her dad has been lying to her. That she has a family she never knew about. That the girls have powers similar to hers. Oh yeah, and that someone is out to get her.
When the detective’s teenage wanna-be-cop cousin, Trip Williams, approaches Kylie at school insisting she help him solve the case, she discovers Trip might be the only one she can trust, and the only one to help her unravel the secrets behind her mysterious gift.
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