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Humorous Books and Fiction

Bestseller: Publishing Can Be Murder

Carey Lewis

$3.99

What happens when an author writes a book about his suicide but doesn't follow through? A bestseller is born.

Gordon Nolan is the best author you've never heard of. At least that's what puts him to sleep at night. That and a quart of Wild Turkey. To prove his wife still loves him, he writes a book detailing the last year of his life, ending in his suicide. Instead of mourning her loss, she celebrates her gain - a book with bestseller potential.

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What's it gonna be?: A Romantic Comedy set in Mauritius

Cassandra Piat

$2.99

Lucy - quirky, scatter-brained and witty - is in a rut. Matt, her boyfriend of four years, is terrified of the ''M'' word and refuses to talk about tying the knot. Her job is about as exciting as shaving her legs and she feels like she's going nowhere fast. So she decides to shake things up a bit and before she knows it she finds herself waking up next to a stranger, going on a blind date, meeting a gorgeous Englishman and getting her very own creepy love-struck stalker!

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One Tequila: An Althea Rose Mystery (The Althea Rose Series Book 1)

Tricia OMalley

free

Tequila Key is just like any other small town and I'm just like any other small town psychic. Scratch that. Tequila Key is a world onto itself and some people might think that I am one crayon short of the box.

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The Haunting of Hattie Hastings Part Two

Audrey Davis

£1.50

The story continues … Hattie is used to her deceased husband Gary dropping in and out of her life. His timing might not always be great, but at least he's still around. Although - when Hattie tentatively tries a spot of dating - his interference isn't entirely welcome.

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Beyond The Music

Shannon Brown

$3.99

Ellen left her life behind when she moved to Canada. Is she ready to start over with a mysterious stranger?
Summer 1966. 21-year-old Ellen Daniels has moved to Canada to help out her family's business. She's left everything behind and now the business is failing, she's all alone, and she's just learned her boyfriend's been seeing someone else. Then one day an enigmatic stranger shows up. Ellen finds herself falling in love even though her mysterious new boyfriend has something to hide. Can she trust him, or will she get sucked back into the rhythms of the life she left behind in Indiana? Prepare yourself for a blast from the past with Beyond the Music. This stand-alone prequel to Rock'n'Roll in Locker Seventeen is a fun fantastic tale of secrets, music, pop culture, humor and fun that will take you back in time and leave you wanting more.

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Rock'N'Roll in Locker Seventeen

Shannon Brown

$2.99


What if you discovered the real fate of the world's most famous missing rock star? In 1964 Ricky Stevenson had it all then he mysteriously vanished. Thirty years later the truth is discovered by an ordinary teen. Where has Ricky been? Why did he disappear? Rock'N'Roll in Locker Seventeen is a novel about what happens to Steven when he uncovers what really happened to the missing star. As the media invades Steven's city and his family visits Los Angeles, Steven goes from your typical star struck 17 year old to a young man who realizes that sometimes all you really need is the life you already have. The perks and perils of stardom and the typical teenage experience collide with hilarious results in Rock'n'Roll in Locker Seventeen. An epic novel about music, high school, family, and life. This book is a fun fantastic tale of secrets, music, pop culture, humor and fun that will leave you wanting more.


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A Few Last Laughs: A Novella

R S Ramanujam

$0.76

Marriages are made in heaven, and arranged down here in some parts of the blue ball, The Earth, the place we call home.

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The Little Book of Rude Limericks

Patricia Feinberg Stoner

£3.75

From the north of England…

A greedy young fellow from York

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The Haunting of Hattie Hastings Part One: A ghostly, gloriously witty feel-good romance with a liberal dose of comedy.

Audrey Davis

£0.99

The Haunting of Hattie Hastings Part One: A ghostly and gloriously witty romantic comedy.

Some people just won't take death lying down … ! (NB: cliffhanger ending).

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Mildred In Disguise: With Diamonds

Toni Kief

$2.99

Toni Kief, author of Old Baggage, is excited to introduce a new work of fiction - and another feisty older woman, Mildred Petrie.

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Blood Ties: Language in the Blood Book 2

Angela Lockwood

$2.99

Blood Ties (Language in the Blood Book 2)

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Conversations with Tom

Angela Lockwood

$3.99

When Jeff and his wife Lisa adopt a kitten named Tom, they have no idea their marriage is in trouble. When the fluffy kitten turns out to be a boisterous cat, hell-bent on destroying furniture, Lisa realises life isn't turning out the way she'd planned. Tom's conviction that 4am really is the best time of day, plus her husband's disastrous business sense, soon drives Lisa into the arms of another man.

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Language in the blood: Book 1

Angela Lockwood

free

Until the outbreak of the First World War, young Cameron Blair would have liked nothing better than to stay in Edinburgh and marry his childhood sweetheart. As the call to arms goes out, Cameron and his pals sign up to fight for their country. They are soon delivered into the nightmare of war, and there Cameron more than meets his maker.

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When Jack Trumps Ace

Debbie De Louise

$2.99

Jackie Riordan's in trouble . . .

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Fisher's Fables

Robert Crouch

£2.40

If insubordination were an Olympic sport, Kent Fisher would be world champion, according to his boss, who's struggling with a section that's the best at being the worst.

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Postcards from London

Tim Walker

£1.99

The city of London is the star of this collection of fifteen engaging stories from author Tim Walker. Drawing on the vivid history of the city where he has both lived and worked, Postcards from London celebrates the magnificently multifaceted metropolis that is home to 8.8 million people.

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The Watson Letters Volume 3: Curse of the Baskervilles

Colin Garrow

$2.99

Intrepid investigators Holmes and Watson continue their fight against crime in a not quite Post-Victorian, steampunk parallel universe.


In three more adventures, the intrepid duo tackle a ghostly locomotive, journey to Dartmoor in search of a gigantic hound, and team up with bloodthirsty psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter in the hunt for a murderer. Adult humour throughout.

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A Clean Sweep

Audrey Davis

$2.99

'A warm and witty read.' 'Leaves you with a lovely fuzzy feeling.' Fabulously entertaining … I didn't want to put it down!'

A laugh-out-loud tale of love, lies and second chances.

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Two Digit Less Love: She's so the same and yet so the incomparable

Pritam Banikk

free

Aniq, the narrator in a very thoughtful mood gets into a cab and asks the cab driver to take him to Pune. The young man driving the cab asks Aniq if there's something wrong with him, he hesitates to share his part of the story until the driver assures him that strangers are pretty good listeners.

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