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Hellhound – Lou Yardley

“Chillingly fantastic!!!” – Amazon customer “This is a multi era’d dusk enveloped journey into gory dark corners of London…with the Lycanthropic wrath of a curse hounding those in its path..10/10. !!!!!” – Patrick Stephens The Hound & The Philosopher Inn looks like your average pub, with only its mouthful of a name to separate it…
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The Empire’s Legacy Trilogy – Marian Thorpe

The Author Marian Thorpe is a writer of historical fantasy and urban fantasy for mid-teens and up. The Empire’s Legacy series explores gender expectations, the conflicts between personal belief and societal norms, and how, within a society where sexuality is fluid, personal definitions of love and loyalty change with growth and experience. “The world of…
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A Queen’s Spy – Sam Burnell

MEET RICHARD FITZWARREN – AN ANTI-HERO WITH A DUBIOUS PAST, QUESTIONABLE MORALS BUT UNSWERVING LOYALTIES As Tudor England erupts following the death of Edward VI, can one young spy protect his Queen? International bestselling author, Sam Burnell, takes us deep into the treacherous world of powerful monarchs, intrigue, murder and treason with this magnificent new…
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Two Spooky Paranormal Tales from Wales – Michael Christopher Carter

Could the truth kill them all? “Complete heartstopper” – Leafylea When struggling dad, David Webb, survives a vicious attack from an unknown creature in the woods, his fears swiftly turn to his flirty neighbour whom he believes might not have been so fortunate. Calling the police only serves to place him firmly at the top…
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Billy Old, Arizona Ranger – Geff Moyer

“Great historical fiction with great storytelling” – Isham Nelson “Entertaining as well as informative” – Tony G In this historical novel, Billy Old and Jeff Kidder were Arizona Rangers at the turn of the twentieth century and best friends. In 1908, while acting in the line of duty, Kidder was murdered by five crooked Mexican policemen….
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ORANIT: CROSSED LINES – MICHAEL BENJAMIN

“Fiction that doesn’t hide the pain of the past” – JoJo Maxson Israelis and Palestinians cooperate to make a difficult situation worse Good people, doing bad things for the best of reasons A complex murder investigation of a complicated set of murders starts when an Arab collaborator’s body is found by a collapsed wall in…
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