Of Knights and Dogfights

A WWII Novel
By Ellie Midwood

Ellie Midwood’s Of Knights and Dogfights is set before and during World War II and tells the story of four young men who join the flying school at Schwechat near Vienna in 1938. Coming from different backgrounds, they all share a love of flying for...

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On the Path of Destruction

By Roslyn Cox

On the Path of Destruction is a work of dramatic urban fiction written by author Roslyn Cox. Written for adults due to its explicit nature, the tale revolves around coming of age and exploring the world, and is the first in a series. This first...

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Of Wisdom and Valor: The Art of War. The Path of Peace. Abridged Edition

Part II of The Windflower Saga Trilogy
By Aleksandra Layland

Of Wisdom and Valor: The Art of War. The Path of Peace. Abridged Edition is a work of epic fantasy fiction written by author Aleksandra Layland, and forms Part Two of The Windflower Saga Trilogy. In this new abridged edition of the once-epic tale, we...

Oreads

By John F. Lavelle

Oreads by John F. Lavelle is a fictional novel set in the Appalachian mountains in the 1960s. It tells the story of Cassie Wolphe who, as a tender teenager, falls hopelessly in love with Jake McCullom. Cassie wants to remain in the rural area where...

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Out of the Flames

By Eileen Hare-Scott

If there’s one thing I can say about the author of Out of the Flames, Eileen Hare-Scott, it’s that she certainly is a story-teller. She is also a romantic, has an eye for detail, and knows the locations in which she sets her stories. I...

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On the Brink of the Nile

By Mahi Wasfy

A mesmerizing story with a strong sense of conflict and an international setting in Egypt between 2001 and 2002, On the Brink of the Nile by Mahi Wasfy plunges the reader into an Islamic world where one woman struggles to empower students and parents, standing...

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Over Byron Bay

By Jane Ellyson

Over Byron Bay by Jane Ellyson is an absolutely gorgeous romance set against the backdrop of Bangalow, Boston, Brisbane and Byron Bay. Melissa Brinkley and Andrew Wyatt have been friends for as long as they can remember, a friendship shared by their families as well....

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Out of Time

By Loretta Livingstone

When Marion takes her two daughters to visit the ruins of Sparnstow Abbey, little did she know of the adventure that awaited. It was an adventure that would take her back many centuries to a time when the abbey was still intact and fully functional,...

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One Drop--A Slave!

By Eddie Price

Doctor Thomas Applegate was on the brink of financial ruin. His vices, gambling and drinking, played their part and made him the perfect pawn in Jules Signet's scheme. It was a time of racial intolerance, and people openly expressed their small minded thoughts. Signet not...

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Outliers

By Kate L. Mary

Indra was an Outlier. She was nothing, less than nothing within the city walls. For three years she had worked for Saffron, inheriting her mother's position of House Maid when her mother became too sick to work. Now it fell to her to provide for...

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