The Dragon’s Tear

by Chris Weston

Tyyr is a member of Valsair’s secret police. As part of the House of Ravens, she is the first to gather information for her king. She’s a killer, a spy; efficient and self-reliant.

Rumors of a dissenting lord passes through the Houses, and Tyyr is sent to investigate. The heart of the matter is a mysterious jewel known as the Dragon’s Tear. Tyyr must take the gem back to the capital, but the escape becomes a game of cat-and-mouse when the new owners want their possession to remain a secret.

Half the kingdom is all that separates Tyyr from survival. In the cross country trek, Tyyr’s greatest enemy is her own doubt; that this time she doesn’t have what it takes to hold herself together.

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Category: Fantasy – Sword & Sorcery


Reluctant Hood

by Kendrai Meeks

Gerwalta Kline has turned her back on the world she knows, vowing never to become a righteous hood, never to hunt werewolves. But when her birthright refuses to give up on her, sending not only wolves, but vampires into her new life and the streets of Chicago, she’ll have to hood up, or shut up.

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Category: Fantasy – Fairy Tales

Relinquished Hood

by Kendrai Meeks

She didn’t want any more werewolves in her life, now she has to live with one?

Geri Kline wishes her list of concerns began and ended with “human things.” You know… How to dress for the first day of your new internship or which shoes go best with a silver dagger and a crossbow.

But when you’re an outed red hood working in a company run by vampires, human concerns are trivial. More important is finding out what your undead bosses are up to killing off werewolves. Only, there’s more than one secret concealed in the halls of the WWL Corporation, and what Geri discovers could turn the supernatural world on its head, and land her on her back.

Yes, Red Riding Hood’s summer is going to be anything but mundane, and adding werewolf Tobias Somfield doesn’t help. All the widower wolf does is brood, mope, and stir up Geri’s worst preternatural instincts. Tolerating him is darn near impossible, and the growing pull she feels toward him is completely insane.

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The Silver Horn Echoes: A Song of Roland

by Michael Eging and Steve Arnold

The Dark Ages—a time of great turmoil and the collision of empires! As the Frank kingdom prepares for war, Roland, heir to the Breton March, has been relegated to guard duty until a foreign emissary entrusts him with word of a new threat to the kingdom. Now Roland must embark on a risky journey to save all he loves from swift destruction.

For Roland to become the champion his kingdom needs, he must survive war, intrigue and betrayal. The Silver Horn Echoes pays homage to “La Chanson de Roland” by revisiting an age of intrigue and honor, and a fateful decision in the shadows of a lonely mountain pass—Roncevaux!

“A High-Energy Tale of Battles, Bravery, and Treachery…” Kirkus Reviews

Cross lances with a legend today!

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Category: Fantasy – Historical


Phase 6

by Paul Teague

A deadly plague. A decaying city. A sinister force ready to step into the void …

Alex Brady is in denial.

His girlfriend Audra has disappeared, his father is being held in prison and he still thinks it will all turn out fine.

But his friends Deena and Harley know better, and they can see the writing on the wall.

What with the compulsory vaccination programme, the increased presence of the sinister Fortrillium and a world that’s falling to pieces around them, they know this is the endgame.

But when Alex receives a desperate message from Audra, he knows that the time has come to take action.

He must break into Fortrillium’s sprawling HQ and discover the truth about what’s happening to Audra and the others.

What he finds there could herald the end of civilisation … they’re in Phase 6 of a global plague.

It’s the final days that are the most deadly …

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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian

The Grid 1: Fall of Justice: Volume 1 (The Grid Trilogy)

by Paul Teague

A fortress city. A terrifying prison. A survivor determined to beat the odds.
Joe Parsons’ father has just disappeared. Growing up in a post-plague world, he knows that justice is in short supply, but he craves answers. He hacks into the sinister Fortrillium network, but when he’s caught red-handed, he’s in for the shock of his life.

Joe is thrown into The Grid, a prison lined with inhumane cages where the only hope of a trial comes from surviving a series of terrifying challenges. Only one person has ever escaped the deadly, gamified colosseum. Hunted by his enemies and in constant danger, Joe must find a way to survive. What he discovers along the way will change his life forever… if he can manage to escape.

Fall of Justice is a gripping work of dystopian sci-fi. If you like tension-filled suspense then you’ll love the first book in Paul Teague’s The Grid Trilogy.

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Mad City: Book One of the Sean Walsh Post Apocalyptic Series

by Patrick J O’Donnell

Will one man’s search for his family save the world… or destroy it?
Sean Walsh is waiting for the air to clear after a nuclear war. As a gritty ex-cop with a military background, he knows he’s got what it takes to find his two missing sons in a post-apocalyptic world. When all his leads turn up dead ends, he’s got no choice but to join the new government as an agent. He hopes to leverage the position to get one step closer to his children…

In exchange for the latest in spy technology, Walsh must return to the violent life he thought he’d left behind. As he begins the search for his kids, he has a lingering suspicion that his new girlfriend might have terrorist ties that could bring down more than the government. She might destroy the entire country…

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Category: Science Fiction – Post-Apocalyptic


A Thread of Time

by J. Naomi Ay

It was clear to Lance that his father hated him. Why else would he leave everything to Hank, except for that coin? You know, the one with some dude’s head on it, the ancient Euro or whatever it was. Except it wasn’t a Euro according to the pawnbroker. Turns out, it’s an old Imperial Coin from the days of the Great Emperor, and it might be worth a whole lot of dough on the other side of the galaxy, if Lance could somehow manage to take it there.
But, how does a guy, who owes the hospital a lifetime’s worth of earnings, manage to travel across the stars? Turns out, he can do it for free. Not only that, but he can get three squares a day, an apartment complete with roommates, and two sets of clothes, albeit in spandex. It’s like prison, but with benefits. It’s SpaceForce.

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Category: Science Fiction – Space Opera


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