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“The rapid pacing, a cast of vividly-portrayed characters and numerous elements of surprise make this story difficult to set aside.” 

— Blueink Reviews, Starred

1972. The raid on the Rebels chop-shop went south.

DC Jack Tuesday's partner and best friend, Brodie, ended up dead. But that is all he has managed to piece together after waking up in the hospital with a head injury and no memory of that night.

Now, Jack is being accused of Brodie's murder. He can't say for sure what happened to his partner, but he knows he would never have hurt the man he loved like a brother.

He must clear his name, but a spotty memory and a possible murder charge are the least of his worries. Because Jack Tuesday didn't exist before 1951 . . .

Can he uncover the truth before the lie of his past catches up to him? button button
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“Clever and surprising, Perpetual Check is a thrilling novel set during the intersection between the decline of the Soviet Union and the dawn of the computer age.” 

— Clarion, Foreword Reviews

It’s 1985, and the prospect of getting away from her domineering mother leads Dani Morden to accept an invitation to England from her Aunt Lucy.

She anticipates a week of sipping tea, touring museums, and being bored silly. What she gets is murder, espionage, and running from unknown killers who are convinced she has something they want. 

Dani faces dangerous people, hate-fueled by bitter Cold War politics, but to get her and her aunt out alive, she will need to confront the bitterness festering inside her first. button button
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“With its vivid atmosphere and unforgettable characters, No Straight Thing is a treat for fans of suspenseful historical fiction.”

 — BlueInk Reviews, Starred

Depression Era Alberta is miserable and cruel, but WWI vet, Fergus Muir and his father are getting by. Plagued by guilt and memories of war, Fergus goes through life detached and cynical until he meets a young girl, Cat Perkins, who is the spitting image of his late wife. 

Cat watches helplessly as her family disintegrates. Everyone she cares for is vanishing before her eyes, leaving her all alone. When Cat gets into trouble, Fergus is driven to explore the shadier side of their small town, uncover vagrancy, violence, and hypocrisy, to find the person responsible for the murder of a man he owes his very life to.

If Fergus travels the path to help Cat and himself, he must face his darkest nightmares head on. Can loyalty overcome the corrupting power of guilt? button button
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“ . . . masterfully written . . . thirteen thrillingly horrifying stories that will either give you the creeps or make you wonder how fragile humans are”

— Manhattan Book Review

This disturbing collection of short stories lays bare the horrors of the human experience. Llewellyn brilliantly details the damage that we enact upon ourselves and others with an aim to tell stories without compromise that explore the violent and vile through portraits of seemingly normal individuals. The kind you meet every day.
Twisting between the disturbing, the humorous, and the heartbreaking, Human Beings will forever change the way you look at your neighbour, how you treat your coworker, and even have you second-guessing the person lying next to you in bed. button button
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“...Worldender is a deftly crafted work of character-driven apocalyptic fiction that takes its horrific premise a huge step further than your typical apocalyptic read...” 

— Self-publishing Review

Lucy Castle is not afraid to take risks as long as the pay is good. But when she accepts a lucrative offer from a tall stranger in a plague doctor's mask, she starts to question her life choices.

The sky is falling and they have three days to save the world from an alien made bio-weapon turning children into mutated killing machines.

A girl that has never wanted help from anyone now holds the fate of the planet in her hands. button button
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Alex Ganon, et al.

15th annual National Indie Excellence Award Finalist for Best Short Story Collection

A science fiction anthology that attempts to answer the great questions of humanity:

What are we?
What do we want?
How will it all come crashing down around us?

A naked man-droid that asks too many questions...
An alien theme park unfortunately filled with humans...
A wheelchair-ridden Viking ripped of his hopes for an afterlife...
A city of people competing for points in a holographic paradise...
A space pirate who concedes his will to the Devil himself...
A CEO who would destroy herself to keep her position on the moon...
An old man must escape robot zombies and his own guilt...
Historic dictators trapped in a future game show...
A team sent to rescue nuns discover ice has a voice on Enceladus....
A confined man, back from the dead, transitions into something no cell can contain... button button
Beginning & End of All Things
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“Who will rise? Who will fall? And who will ultimately survive? Queen of the Skour is fun, high stakes, big stage fantasy at its best.” 

— Manhattan Book Reviews

Zephira, Princess of Del'Cabria, was handed over to the Overlord of Herran in return for peace. Now he's gone, and she's unaccounted for.

Jeth has gotten away with murder. But when Del'Cabrian soldiers threaten his people, he gives up his freedom for their lives. He is sure to get the noose, but as the only one who knew the Overlord's plans, he might be too valuable to hang.

Vidya is hungry for revenge and ready to see her plan through. Step one: Punish the sirens who betrayed her. Step two: Destroy the one man who deserves the Harpy's wrath above all others. Her husband.

The missing princess will bring their paths together. One will risk all to find her, the other will stop at nothing to capture her. Neither are prepared to face the Immortal Serpent's final secret. button button
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“A sensual and savage but nuanced epic fantasy tale.” 

— Kirkus Reviews

Jeth, cursed at birth, is forced to leave his homeland and find a place for himself in a world descending into war. Overnight, he goes from fervent soldier to desert thief who now must lie, cheat, and steal to survive in a hostile, foreign land alongside an enigmatic and sultry companion.

Across the ocean, Vidya undergoes a harrowing transformation into a winged weapon that will avenge her mother and save her island nation.

Their fates are entwined by the infamous Overlord of Herran. One is running from him, the other is hunting him. Neither can escape the Immortal Serpent. button button
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“A gripping tale of intrigue, with a fresh new take on a magical world.” — Booklist, Starred Review

For thousands of years, Golem Mages ruled the volcanic mountain ranges of Ingleheim, but when Herrscher Heinrich declared himself Führer, he took measures to ensure he would be the last with the power to bend golems to his will.

Twenty years later, his regime uncovers the resting place of an Alpha Golem with the power to burn the life force out of anyone caught in its destructive gaze. Katja, a passionate Golem Expert, is tasked with helping bring the Alpha under the Führer’s control. She is determined to keep it out of his murderous hands and has no choice but to team up with a nameless and faceless soldier, trained in the efficiently ruthless discipline of Steinkamp. A word synonymous with death.

The pair challenge immense power, but their most trying task is learning how to trust in a world where everyone is afraid of you—or wants to kill you. button button
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