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Literary Fiction and Soul Searching Stories

You Can't Go It Alone

Jessie Cahalin

£1.99

Love, music and secrets are woven together in this poignant, heart-warming narrative.

Set in a Welsh village, the story explores the contrast in attitudes and opportunities between different generations of women. As the characters confront their secrets and fears, they discover truths about themselves and their relationships.

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To Die For

Colin Ward

£3.99

To Die For is an action-packed crime thriller set in Birmingham, where a killer's thirst for blood forces DI Mike Stone to investigate the darkness of humanity itself.

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Flashpoint: The Inner Circle Writers' Group Flash Fiction Anthology 2018

Patricia Elliott

$6.98

What sort of effect can an author create in around 1,000 words or less?

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The Girl in the Empty Room

Neil Randall

£20.00

A troubled single mother goes missing. A highly unusual sexually-transmitted infection spreads around a small town. Two bodies wash up on a beach.

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Isolation - a heart-stopping thriller, Shutter Island meets Memento

Neil Randall

£20.00

When an office worker receives a photograph of a grisly murder scene, he thinks it's a prank, not the start of a killing spree where he knows every victim.

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Saviour

Christopher Gallagher

£1.99

Not the second coming, the first; not then, now.

Humanity hangs despairingly between the forces of good and evil, teetering on the edge of self destruction and without hope, yet remaining oblivious to its plight. Tensions rise and seeds of revolution are sown as society begins to sink under the weight of immorality, corruption, and religious hypocrisy.

Northumbria in the British Isles longs to be part of a self governing United Kingdom; to break free from the fear and control of the Saxon Empire and their liberal use of capital punishment, all due to an unwitting 'opt out' power shift to Berlin in1975, amidst threats of an international trade embargo and the wild claims of euro prosperity.

But all is not lost; the ancient scriptures prophesied a saviour would come. A man, immense in power and chosen by God himself to restore order, rid the land of oppression, gloriously unite and victoriously lead the nation.

A genius take on humanity which threads into a clever interweaving plot of immortality and redemptive power. Saviour is a rhythmic, stark, and provocative expression of how one misunderstood man called Jesus would change the course of the world for ever, in just three years.

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The Island of Serenity Book 1: Survival (The Island of Serenity Part 1 Destruction)

Gary Edward Gedall

$5.30

Pierre-Alain James 'Faron' Ferguson is about to commit suicide, in his suicide note he attempts to understand how he has come to have wrecked not only his own life, but also all of those around him.

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Game Show: How easy is it to make good people do bad things?

Allie Cresswell

$2.99

A novel by Amazon # 1 best-selling author Allie Cresswell.
Imagine that for one night only you could do absolutely anything you wanted, and get away with it.

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And I Shall Be Healed

J.L. Dean

£1.12

"They are ordinary men, Mr Ellis, ordinary men with ordinary vices. They don't become more than men because they may be required to sacrifice their lives for us."

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GAME: an American Novel

Phil Truman

$4.99

Coach Doyle wanted the boys for their size, speed, and ability; not their baggage


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The Healer's Secret

Helen Pryke

$2.99

Jennifer's life isn't going as she planned. Fired from her job and on the brink of divorce at thirty-one, her only salvation lies at the bottom of a wine bottle. When her mother insists she get away from everything, she reluctantly agrees to explore her Italian roots in Tuscany.

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2047 Short Stories from Our Common Future

Tanja Rohini Bisgaard

$3.99

Thirty years ago, the United Nations created a vision for our common future: one Earth, where we could all live together without damaging the planet for future generations.

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Tall Chimneys: A British Family Saga Spanning 100 Years

Allie Cresswell

$1.99

Winner of the prestigious One Stop Fiction Five Star Book Award, Tall Chimneys is the new novel by Amazon #1 best-selling author Allie Cresswell.
Considered a troublesome burden, Evelyn Talbot is banished by her family to their remote country house. Tall Chimneys is hidden in a damp and gloomy hollow. It is outmoded and inconvenient but Evelyn is determined to save it from the fate of so many stately homes at the time - abandonment or demolition.

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Why Be Normal?: Armed with two skirts and endless joints, two immigrants with an American experience set out to reach Los Angeles with three hundred dollars.

Dmitry Wild

$12.99

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Armed with two skirts and endless joints, two immigrants with an american experience set out to reach Los Angeles with three hundred dollars. Between finding compassion in a Florida trailer park, defending the honor of wearing european swim trunks, having a romantic debauchery in New Orleans, and picking up a retired Mexican coke dealer walking along the highway, these two "Droogs" manage to find the meaning of life with the guidance of a blurry speedometer.

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Voyagers into the Unknown

Ruchira Khanna

$3.99

In the historic Indian town of Agra, you can find a very unusual tour company, which is owned by a charming young man named Raj. Although Raj's official job is to show off the historical landmarks of Agra, including the legendary Taj-Mahal, his true mission is to heal the souls of his broken "birds," as he affectionately refers to his tour participants. His business operates purely upon word-of-mouth referrals, ensuring that all of his tour members arrive in Agra with their hearts in their hands, ready for the spiritual growth and cleansing that Raj is known to provide.Healing the hearts of the spiritually damaged can be a difficult job, and in this particular tale, Raj finds himself faced with his most challenging tour group yet.

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Graffiti

$4.99

Told partly in first person, GRAFFITI is a humorous look at how people fall short of the expectations we have of them, dealing with friends or acquaintances enduring bereavement or similar tragic events. It is the story of Vipin, an Indian techie working in the USA, as he tries to cope with death of his wife.

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Drum Dance (Arctic Series Book 3)

Bonnie Turner

$2.99

"Birchbark canoes are made for rivers and lakes," Per said, "not the icy waters of the Arctic. Fall out of this, you'll freeze before you drown!"

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Silence Pushed: A gripping psychological thriller of revenge and retribution

C J Riley

£0.99

From the outside Jennifer Foster is a 'normal' woman, with a 'normal' job in a 'normal' town, on the inside she haunted by demons of her childhood, and an inner turmoil of not 'fitting in'.
When three women are thrown into her life Jennifer resolves to try and overcome her social awkwardness and become part of the group. Despite her best efforts she finds herself tormented and rejected by them, causing Jennifer to experience painful flashbacks to the past and a resurfacing of all the feelings she had fought so hard to bury.

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Walking in the Rain

Julia Ibbotson

£2.99

Young and idealistic, Jessamy 'Jess' returns from her gap year in Ghana after a bad injury.

Not quite fitting in with her Quaker family, she dreams of a bigger life.



When her old boyfriend Simon gets in touch saying he was wrong to break up with her when she was away, Jess is delighted.

Soon Simon is talking marriage and a life together, and even though Jess is hesitant, she finds herself married, living in a horrible flat, and trying to deal with Simon's mood swings and ugly temper.

It's not the life she wants for herself, but it is the life she chose, so she finds strength she never knew she had, and gets things done.

Soon, she and Simon have two daughters and a lovely house, even if it was paid for by his parents.

Jess is not happy, but she has good friends, including her best friend Polly, married to the gorgeous Matt, who once held a candle for Jess.

Just when Jess thinks life is starting to calm down, Simon delivers a crushing blow that changes all their lives, forever.

And as the dust starts to settle, Jess thinks that after a lot of heartache and missed opportunities, her dreams might actually be starting to come true…

Walking in the Rain is a captivating story about a woman's resilience, courage and second chances.

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