Slow Boat To Purgatory, Book One by Vernon Baker

Praise for the first installment of this epic series: “Vernon Baker lands a K.O. on his first try. Slow Boat will answer questions you didn’t know you had about Angels and Demons, Heaven and Hell and the realm of the Boatman in between.” David Beem, Author of Abyss of Chaos”The series has a lot of potential and I can see it becoming a hit with fans of Dan Brown..” Book Monster Reviews”It takes a very brave – some might say reckless – novelist to attempt a story of such magnitude as this – giving life to Good and Evil in an eternal battle for our souls. Vernon Baker has done quite an impressive job at it in this riveting epic tale spanning almost a thousand years.” Pete Morin, author of Diary of a Small FishSlow Boat To Purgatory…Gaspar De Rouse, a Templar Knight, a man murdered by his brothers for the secret he possessed, resurrected and made immortal. Given a second chance at redemption he has walked the earth for over seven-hundred years.Dominicus Bureau, a renegade priest, torn between his vows and the secret he pursues, a secret protected by an immortal. He carries a silenced pistol and uses it. Often.Alex Donovan, a modern day warrior thrust into an ages old war, a war between good and evil, heaven and hell. Armed with an ancient chronicle of the life of Gaspar, Alex searches for the immortal and perhaps his own destiny.All three men, passengers on a Slow Boat To Purgatory.

Author: Vernon Baker

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
152 reviews

FROM THE GRAVE: Twenty-Sixth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 26) by Robert J. Thomas

Jess is back on the job of hunting down wanted men when he realizes that he is being followed by someone or something evil. Brutal murders begin to happen wherever he goes and the murders remind him of the way that Martin Creed, also known as The Ghost, murdered young women torturing them slowly.

When he finds a custom-loaded fifty-caliber cartridge, loaded exactly like the ones Martin Creed used, he gets nervous and suspicious, especially when he sees the letter M etched on the cartridge. Even with the knowledge that he had already killed Martin Creed and buried him in an unmarked grave, he finds himself back in Roosevelt, Texas, to dig up the unmarked grave of Martin Creed. He gets the shock of a lifetime when the pine box is unearthed and opened and he sees that the body of Martin Creed is missing and all that remains is a single fifty-caliber cartridge with the letter M etched on it.

The cat and mouse game between Jess and whoever or whatever is following him continues with more women being murdered. He starts to believe that Martin Creed really crawled out from the grave to exact his revenge on Jess for taking all his fame and glory away from him. Jess needs to end the game once and for all, but he wonders if he’ll end up finally taking a seat in hell right next to Martin Creed before the game is over.

Author: Robert J. Thomas

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
38 reviews

Uncommon Stock: Version 1.0 (The Uncommon Series) by Eliot Peper

Mara Winkel is rock climbing, mountain biking and ‘studying’ her way through school at the University of Colorado, Boulder. But when her best friend James asks her to partner with him to start a disruptive new software company she discovers that the world of technology startups is fraught with intrigue, adrenaline, soaring successes and scorching failures. It turns out this is especially true when your technology threatens entrenched drug cartels. Mara has to juggle mysterious investors, opaque partners, critical customers and a team that is as brilliant as it is dysfunctional until only one question remains: win or die.

Author: Eliot Peper

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
84 reviews

Ethan Wright and the Curse of Silence, (Book 1) by Kimbro West and Heidi Lunderberg

An Oroborus is certainly a strange creature, but what happens if you’re bitten by one?

After Ethan Wright gets tricked by an alchemist, he finds out what the magical creature is all about. A new world, sword duels and legendary creatures are all a day in the life of a skilled alchemist.

But when the Curse of Silence ends, Ethan finds clues to the whereabouts of his missing twin brother while being hunted down by the great Stonewolf. He must learn the ways of alchemy or his journey will end in peril.

Author: Kimbro West and Heidi Lunderberg

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
107 reviews

Suzie Sparkle and the Magic Book : a book for children age 8/9/10/11/12 (childrens books) by Steve Moran

Suzie Sparkle had always loved reading. It wasn’t surprising, since her father owned a bookshop. What she liked best was the feeling of being carried away to another world, a world of make-believe and imagination.
It was a safe way to experience adventure, excitement and danger.
At least, it was until they collected THAT book.
They got it from a woman who looked like a witch, and who lived in the most dangerous part of town.
It was an old book, with an air of mystery about it.
Suzie couldn’t wait to get it home and start deciphering the faded old writing on its stiff and dusty pages.
So when she finally sat down with it, all on her own, she accidentally discovered another, dangerous way to be taken to other worlds – worlds of magic, fantasy and deadly peril……

Come and join Suzie Sparkle as she explores the worlds within the mysterious book, and faces a threat that could mean the end of both herself and her brother….

Author: Steve Moran

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
21 reviews

This Plague of Days OMNIBUS EDITION: The Complete Three Seasons of the Zombie Apocalypse Series by Robert Chazz Chute

All Three Seasons of This Plague of Days in one monster ebook! Welcome to the TPOD OMNIBUS EDITION!A killer virus ends the world as we know it. It’s up to one autistic boy to fight for the future and save us all.”Just when you think you’ve got Robert Chazz Chute and his zombies figured out, he ups the ante…it’ll kill you.” – Armand Rosamilia, author of the Dying Days seriesThe Walking Dead+ The Stand + Stranger in a Strange Land= This Plague of DaysThree plagues spread around the Earth. The Apocalypse killed billions as new, deadly species were born. Jaimie Spencer, a strange boy from Kansas City, Missouri, is our unlikely champion. Follow his family and an intrepid band of European refugees as we all fall into the Mindfield. To win the future, we must confront ourselves.Packed with surprises, this is a huge adventure filled with humor, twists and suspense. Chute takes us on strange journeys, from humans versus each other and humans versus infected cannibals to exploring the nature of existence amid a war like you’ve never seen.Finally, all three Seasons in one volume! Prepare yourself. The human condition is changing.Season One of This Plague of Days is The Siege. Season Two is The Journey. Season Three is The War.BONUS exclusive to Omnibus readers! After you’ve read all three Seasons in the Omnibus Edition, a private video link and the gift of another book await.Follow the instructions at the video link to claim your free ebook, for your eyes only!˃˃˃ A Note to Readers of Seasons One and TwoYou may purchase Season Three separately if you wish. In 2013, Seasons One and Two were written as a television serial and made available as novels, but also as episodes. Fewer readers are opting for the serial format, so we’re leaving the episodes behind for Season Three. You asked for it, you got it!Season Three or, if you choose, the Omnibus Edition, are available without having to come back for episodes week by week.Scroll up and grab a copy today.

Author: Robert Chazz Chute

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
60 reviews

Electronic Gags: A Dystopian Thriller by Kudakwashe Muzira

Will privacy and freedom return to America?

In the not-too-distant future democracy falls and America becomes a presidential dictatorship. Life gets tougher for the people when the government introduces a new surveillance system that can monitor offline conversations.

Freddie is not the archetypal action hero. He is fat and he is not an ex-special forces operative. But what he lacks in agility and combat training, he has in brains. His life changes when the government arrests his best friend, Michael. Michael’s mother accuses Freddie of betraying her son. Freddie must prove his innocence and save Michael from death row. The only way for Freddie to save Michael is to overthrow the government. But the government is watching him. It is watching everyone.

Author: Kudakwashe Muzira

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
82 reviews

Thores-Cross: A Yorkshire Ghost Story by Karen Perkins and K A Perkins

#1 Bestseller – British Horror, Amazon.comA haunting horror thriller set in Britain’s North Yorkshire Moors about isolation, superstition and persecution. Thores-Cross follows the stories of Emma, a present day writer, and Jennet, an eighteenth century witch.Emma Moorcroft is still grieving after a late miscarriage and moves to her dream house at Thruscross Reservoir with her husband, Dave. Both Emma and Dave hope that moving into their new home signifies a fresh start, but life is not that simple. Emma has nightmares about the reservoir and the drowned village that lies beneath the water, and is further disturbed by the sound of church bells – from a church that no longer exists.Jennet is fifteen and lives in the isolated community of Thores-Cross, where life revolves about the sheep on which they depend. Following the sudden loss of both her parents, she is seduced by the local wool merchant, Richard Ramsgill. She becomes pregnant and is shunned not only by Ramsgill, but by the entire village. Lonely and embittered, Jennet’s problems escalate, leading to tragic consequences which continue to have an effect through the centuries.Emma becomes fixated on Jennet, neglecting herself, her beloved dogs and her husband to the point where her marriage may not survive. As Jennet and Emma’s lives become further entwined, Emma’s obsession deepens and she realises that the curse Jennet inflicted on the Ramsgill family over two hundred years ago is still claiming lives. Emma is the only one who can stop Jennet killing again, but will her efforts be enough?’The writing is near flawless. Your voice is crisp and natural, carrying the reader into lives of the characters and the world you have created seamlessly.’ – Lauren Grey, author of ‘Threads of Time’.’I love your historicals. They feel so real. I can already tell this one is excellent. The back and forth between Emma’s modern life and Jennet’s 18th century life is tantalizing.’ – Laura Emmons, author of ‘Seeing Magic’ and ‘Healing Hands’.’…a wonderful piece of writing.’ – Lin Churchill, author of ‘Pride’.’Overall I can see this attracting readers of both contemporary and historical fiction. It seems that it will gravitate around characters and relationships so perhaps it may have more appeal to women. It was a pleasure to read, Karen and it’s setting up the connection between past and present very well’ – Lesa Clarke, author of ‘The Glass House’.’Wow, I’ve never been into ghost stories before, but this is great!’ – Lesley Taylor, author of ‘Heart-Brother’ and ‘Changeling’.’Startling but extremely accurate use of language . . . Very emotive and skilfully handled . . . I found your writing fluid and accurate but more importantly, completely enthralling.’ – R.M.A., author of ‘The Snow Lily’.’This is terrific.’ – Chris Bostic, author of ‘Game Changer’ and ‘Fugitives From Northwoods”As always, your writing is impressive and so is your knowledge of boats. You have clearly taken the time to research the area, the herbs and other various concepts within your book, and it shows and makes the story that much stronger throughout. I really enjoyed this book, truly, and I’m glad I had the opportunity to read it. Well done.’- Claire C Riley, author of ‘Limerence”I love the way you handle your characters and the way you blend them into the book from the word go but in such a clever way. I can see this has taken you some time to plan out as I can see the way you start a part of the story to know how that particular part is going to end. There is a really nice narrative here coupled with a brilliant flow and pace to it. You have done well and I like this a lot.’ – Sean Connolly, author of. British Army on the Rampage. (B.A.O.R)

Author: Karen Perkins and K A Perkins

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
124 reviews

The Last Field Marshal. One Man’s Struggle Between Duty and Conscience During World War II. by Robert Munchenberg

This epic story, set between the years 1918 and 1945, follows the life and times of a German officer and his family through both peace and war. Following the ascension of the Nazi Party to power in 1933 he gets caught up in the heady days of Germany’s secret rearmament and the development of its panzer forces. When war breaks out he quickly achieves promotion and decoration for his exploits on the battlefield. But his rise in the ranks of the German Army exposes him to the crimes being committed by his country. As the war continues his devotion to duty and personal ambitions conflict more and more with his conscience.

Author: Robert Munchenberg

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
49 reviews

Hildof and the Seven Given Souls (Book 1) by Abraham Mehmet and Pinar Hakki

The peaceful Kingdom of Calibar is invaded by the sorceress Savina and her Mudgie Army. The King and Queen are killed but the royal wizard, Tildor, tells the feline to take the baby prince to Hildof Village, where he is raised by foster parents. Eleven years later, as Savina’s lust for power grows stronger, young Leon has disturbing dreams as his latent magic powers stir to life.

When their parents are enslaved, Leon and his six culturally diverse friends meet Tildor. Under his guidance, they embark on a quest. If successful, Leon will fulfil his destined role as the Chosen One and Savina’s armies will be defeated. If they fail, the world will be plunged into chaos. Can seven children prevail against the might of sorcery and dark magic? Perhaps they can if they harness the power of the seven given souls and control their morphing powers. But before this can be attempted they have a lot of growing up to do, and much to learn about themselves and one another.

Author: Abraham Mehmet and Pinar Hakki

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
21 reviews