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Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Thrillers
A dangerous liaison ignites the bloodlust of a merciless killer
When a beautiful socialite is savagely murdered in Chicago’s Oz Park, Detectives Gabriel Cronan and Angel Ramirez find her last hours have a sinister tie to two lovers. One is a mystery and the other is a famous violin virtuoso.
A child prodigy turned world class musician, Ethan Chandler is young, handsome–and blind. He’s surrounded by admirers with insatiable appetites for his undeniable talent and guileless charm. From doting society women to fanatical stalkers and brazen gold diggers, the reclusive violinist’s life is filled with an inner circle of mesmerized sycophants who are skilled at keeping secrets.
After Cronan and Ramirez expose a shadowy connection between Ethan and the victim with a private elite sex club, they discover intimate desires and dark passions aren’t the only things worth hiding at all cost. A vicious killer will stop at nothing to settle a blood score.
Genre(s): Literary Fiction | Thrillers
Brother is a story of a family feud, a dark tale, lightly told. I found the narrative to be often quirky and offbeat, and is at all times engaging with a very enjoyable momentum. This novel really is a page turner. Iza P. Goodreads Reviewer.
Dominic blames his brother, Spencer, for bringing ruin to their childhood home. He saw his baby brother as a malign force that provoked their parents to conflict and bitterness.
Only once in their childhood did the brothers nearly reconcile, and that was when Spencer defended Dominic from the school bully, Lar Mangan.
As the brothers grow to adulthood, Dominic’s path again converges with Lar Mangan when he joins a new company and discovers that Mangan – by now an ex-convict – is working and prospering there under a false identity.
Dominic has become the possessor of a deadly secret, and as the brothers stoke up their feud, they are wary only of each other and have no sense of Mangan’s sinister schemes.
They face a choice – to allow a lethal trap to close or to choose their bond over their feud – salvation over blame – and come together to defeat Lar Mangan.
Genre(s): Teen & Young Adult | Paranormal & Fantasy
“Anderson is the newest and hottest writer there is. It is believed that if this series goes as hot as we think it is, it will be better than Twilight! Stephenie Meyer, look out!” ~Young Readers Group of Maine
“Every once in a while I come across a writer that is such a great storyteller, I can’t put the book down. I forget where I am, what time it is, and if there’s anyone around me… Christie Anderson is such a writer.” ~Karen Hoover, Author of The Wolfchild Saga
Deep Blue Secret is Book 1 of the Water Keepers series
A sweet, mysterious teen romance with a refreshing fantasy twist.
California teen Sadie James thinks her life couldn’t get any better. She has great friends, an energetic mother she adores, and the beach practically in her own backyard. But her carefree life is turned upside down when she’s rescued by a mysterious and strangely familiar boy who won’t even tell her his name. Each time the boy appears, Sadie’s unexplainable attraction to him deepens along with her need to unravel his secrets. The boy is there to protect her, but as wonderful and exciting as it might be to have an irresistible boy with crystal green eyes protecting her every move, every minute of the day…why does Sadie need one? As Sadie finds answers, she realizes her life isn’t as perfect as she thought. Not only is she caught in a world of dangerous secret agents she never knew existed, but it turns out her true identity may be the greatest secret of all.
READING LEVEL: Teen, Young Adult (Mild violence, NO explicit sexual content or profanity)
PRINT LENGTH: 358 Pages
Genre(s): Humor | Business & Professional
There are all sorts of idiots we have to work with every day. Every office has them. Fortunately for most of us idiots in the work place are few and far between. However, Hogsbottom Plugs, ‘the home of bath plugs’ has a higher concentrate than other work places, from the MD down to the cleaner, they’re all Idiots.
Read the trails and tribulations of this idiotic workforce as they explain their recent life events through reviews of things they’ve brought. There’s Donald, who try as hard as does simply cannot get the office junior to notice him, let alone drink some of his special, sleeping tablet ladened tea. Learn how Jeff, gets his own back on the people who mock him by re-enacted a video he saw on Youtube involving Seagulls and watch on in horror as the over-worked cleaner tries to solve the mystery of who is making his job of cleaning the toilets worse than a job cleaning toilets is already.
If you’ve ever worked in an office, then this is the book for you. You’ll recognise the office sex pest, the liar and the moaning admin worker who’s been there longer than the chairs. Written in the form of product reviews, The Office Idiot Reviews is the second in the series of ‘Idiot Review’ Books from Pete Sortwell.
“Many books claim to be ‘Laugh out Loud’ This one is.” Amazon Reviewer.
Genre(s): Teen & Young Adult | Paranormal & Urban
Going Lucid is Narnia meets Supernatural. If you enjoyed either Narnia or Supernatural, you will definitely enjoy this book.
The first time she hears the deep, throaty, mocking chuckle, Malakha hopes it’s not some sick joke her catholic boarding school is playing to scare her into becoming a devout catholic or something. She hopes even more that she’s not going crazy.
Then, an experiment with illegaldrugs at a rave transports Malakha to a barren wasteland occupied by monsters right out of the horror movies; a place a very attractive young man who resides there named Julius says is Hell. He doesn’t know how, but Malakha can cross the invisible divide that separates Hell and Earth. Good thing too, because as soon as she gets back, a student tries to kill her, and Malakha thinks something, a demon maybe, may be trying to get her attention from Hell.
Since she’s the target and no one else can cross the divide, Malakha is going to need Julius’ help to navigate Hell and find the demon who is making her school life more difficult that it already is, all the while resisting the temptations of the flesh that Hell has to offer. For Malakha, that includes Julius.
“I’ve been to Hell and I’ve met Lucifer. So I believe in Hell and I believe in Lucifer or Satan if you want to call him that. I haven’t met God yet, and Julius didn’t convince me this is actually Heaven.”
“So does that make you a Satanist or something?”
“Why don’t we just say I have faith in the truth or something? It makes me sound less evil and not a delinquent.”
Going Lucid is a YA paranormal novel.
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