The Cobbler's Daughter

A twenty-four hour gaslight romantic adventure.
By G. S. Singer

The Cobbler’s Daughter by G. S. Singer opens with the dramatic escape from prison and impending execution by Britt Salter, who vows his revenge on the Egyptian king, Khedive. Jenny Crispin appears next, late for work in nineteenth-century New York, where a group of anti...

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The Cost of Justice

By Michael Skeen

The Cost of Justice takes place during the presidency of TJ Samuels, who struggles to make the right decisions through indescribably difficult times. The United States is engaged in World War III, and Emperor Vladimir Lenoidivic of Russia has proven to be a formidable and...

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Zyklon

By John Hazen

In Zyklon by John Hazen, Francine Vega, a local television reporter for Action 6 News, investigates crimes in her area: from the execution of members of the cartel to the possible presidency of the sly Reverend McKenzie, who has a bad habit of blaming others...

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The Plot to Cool the Planet

A Novel
By Sam Bleicher

The Plot to Cool the Planet is a work of science fiction and climate fiction by author Sam Bleicher. Inspired by the current climate change crisis, the events of the novel take place in the near future where extreme and unexpected weather is causing massive...

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The Players Gather

The Jerusalem Cycle Trilogy Book One
By André John Haddad

The Players Gather is a work of suspenseful dramatic fiction penned by author André John Haddad, and it forms the first book in The Jerusalem Cycle trilogy. Psychological, political and international in its nature, this complex and thought-provoking adventure novel takes on the controversial theme...

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The Land That Shivers

By Ebele Ufondu

The honest, urgent, and disheartening message buried at the core of Ebele Ufondu’s blistering indictment of endemic, systemic corruption, The Land That Shivers, a fictional depiction of contemporary Nigerian society – though universally applicable, even in so-called “developed” nations – is this cogent observation offered...

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Cognition

By Jacques St-Malo

Cognition is a high-powered political thriller centered around the concept of DNA manipulation, or germline engineering as it is also known - the ability to edit the DNA strands of an embryo to remove any undesirable traits and to improve or add the more desirable...

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Autarchy

By Grant Winston

“People needed someone who would fight for them, for none among them would ever care or really try. Morale had sunk into an abyss where truth did not exist; where all we heard with our own ears and saw with our own eyes could be...

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Agenda

By Ron Sherkin

Agenda by Ron Sherkin is a mesmerizing thriller with elaborately developed characters and a plot with surprising twists. When Jericho Asher left his work as a spy after the death of one of his colleagues, it was a no-turning-back decision. But then the Agency comes...

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Quill of the Dove

MiroLand
By Ian Shaw

Ian Thomas Shaw’s first foray into the world of fiction is aptly titled Quill of the Dove. French journalist Marc Taragon has spent thirty years of his working life reporting from the world’s trouble spots, particularly in the Middle East, always presenting a balanced view...

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