Bed of Thorns (Phoebe Rawlins Mysteries Book 2) by MJ Doherty

Phoebe Rawlins is in a desperate race against time to catch a serial killer in beautiful Queensland, Australia. Phoebe’s colleague is murdered in a macabre message to her as once again she is stalked. Determined to take control of her life, Phoebe confronts her fears in this mystery thriller. The action heightens as Phoebe gets ever closer to Alexandra Russo, an enigmatic new investigator at the detective agency where Phoebe works as a forensic accountant. With the help of her steadfast friends, Phoebe faces political intrigue at the highest levels as unknown forces try to murder her and the people she loves. The horrors of the past rise up to torment Phoebe as she digs deeps within, searching for the strength she needs to confront the ultimate evil. This 90,000-word lesbian mystery novel is the sequel to The Charlton Affair, but can also be read as a stand-alone work.

Author: MJ Doherty

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The daughter of a war criminal by Mito Bessalel

Sandra is the daughter of a war criminal and an abused wife, Eduardo is a lonely man, they meet in Buenos Aires and fell in love in the beautiful Iguazu Falls. You will follow Sandra’s life through her narration and how she was able to survive and provide her son with a better quality of life. You will remember this story about love, understanding and the value of a true friendship.

Author: Mito Bessalel

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Heroines of Avalon and Other Tales by Ayn Cates Sullivan

Heroines of Avalon & Other Tales by Ayn Cates Sullivan transports readers into the time of legend and revisits deities and legendary female characters linked to Welsh and British mythology. In this book, the author shares her insights and her journey to discovering her past, a journey that compelled her to research the extraordinary characters in her book. Her research into the myth of the Holy Grail creates beautiful mythical encounters, bringing to life “untold” stories of characters like the Goddess Arianrhod, Blodeuweddi, Iouga, Elen, also known as “Elen of the Ways,” and the Goddess of Sovereignty, Elaine and Dindraine in the Arthurian female Grail Knights. The stories begin with an informative commentary that shares the author’s personal journey and offers elements of myth and the culture around which these characters evolved. The reader will understand the feminine visage of God and the role of some of the heroic women in the lives and history of legendary heroes like Arthur. The literary allusions are manifold in this narrative, and they feature the Lady of the Lake, Morte D’Arthur, and the Arthurian Round Table. One understands the role of women in British mythology and that brave kings were nothing without them: “A king must connect to the spirit of the land through a woman.”˃˃˃ Heroines of Avalon & Other Tales is a gripping narrative, a collection of powerful mythical women that will keep the reader spellbound. Ayn Cates Sullivan combines her storytelling craft with research to provide readers with great entertainment. Each story includes symbolism, a spirituality developed around the deity, and poems evoking a spiritual atmosphere linked to the character. It is well-illustrated and loaded with symbolism.Scroll up and grab a copy of Heroines of Avalon and Other Tales today.

Author: Ayn Cates Sullivan

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Hades to Sunset by Joseph McGraw

Guilty until proven innocent…O’Donnell and Tex Tyler had both been wrongly incarcerated and were serving their separate sentences splitting rock in a chain gang in Starr County.It was back-breaking work. In pairs they slaved away each and every day, constantly aware that any slip of the hand could result in shattered bones, or even death.But O’Donnell was always on the alert and as soon as a glimmer of an opportunity arose to overthrow their guard, he grabbed it.O’Donnell became a man on the run with Tex alongside him. Both had wrongs to right and were filled with a thirst for justice but were unsure what step to take next.Then they bumped into Stumpy Jervis, a face from Tex’s past, who spun a tale of murder and deceit which made O’Donnell’s right hand itch. Neither men were willing to stand by as wicked men grow rich and fat. Especially when righting a wrong meant settling an old score along the way. But dollars bought the Law in Calder Valley and Wesley Calloway owned everything that moved. Would Lady Luck smile on the man with a cool head and a good right hand?How far must a man travel before justice is done? All the way from Hades to Sunset …Praise for Joseph McGraw‘A fast-paced and totally gripping wild west thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat’ – bestselling author Tom CaseyJoseph McGraw is a pseudonym for David Coward, Emeritus Professor French at the University of Leeds, England. He is an award-winning author and continues to write to this day.

Author: Joseph McGraw

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Worth the Wait: A Fairview Novel (Small-Town Secrets Book 1) by Sophia Sinclair

“Best debut novel I have ever read, and I have read a lot!”— Romance audiobook narrator Sarah PuckettAbout This BookMolly wasn’t looking for love — or a mystery — but she found both.Molly Miller is an overworked and underpaid librarian struggling to raise her three kids herself. The only romances she has time for are the novels she returns to the shelves. Then one day, David Conrad walks into the Fairview Public Library. He looks just like the sexy pirate on the cover of a romance novel her best friend, Lori, has been reading, so they secretly refer to him as The Pirate Man. But the truth is even stranger. His appearance means old secrets are about to be revealed, and not everyone in town will be happy about that. Who is David Conrad?David immediately rubs Molly the wrong way. But she somehow keeps getting entangled with him in ways she can’t seem to avoid. He claims to be descended from a prominent Fairview family that was brutally murdered in the 1950s. The Conrad murders were never solved, and now that a Conrad is back in town and asking questions, the people of Fairview are in for some surprises. So is Molly. Who’d have thought an irritating Pirate Man could capture her heart?Review of Worth the Wait:I cannot say enough about this book! I love the whole librarian single mom angle and meeting up with “The Pirate”??!! So much YES! Sophia Sinclair creates this small town feel with real characters that have so much depth that you can’t help but fall in love with. Molly not only tackles being a single parent, but also issues with her beloved library and her crazy awful landlord! It’s real and I absolutely loved that it was such a big part of the story. Then, she meets this mysterious stranger who is new in this small town (we all know how that goes) and he shakes things up in her already chaotic life. They have this love/hate relationship that they have to struggle through. This book has so many layers, love, parenting, mystery, bringing in new relationships to the family, and it is all done so well. Best debut novel I have ever read, and I have read a lot! I cannot wait to find out more about the characters in this town! www.facebook.com/sarahpuckettvosarahpuckettvo.comAbout the AuthorI’m a small-town girl who left behind careers in journalism and advertising to create a special small town full of unforgettable characters. You’ll get to know Fairview, its people and its quirks. You’ll fall in love with the characters, and you’ll catch up with them as the series progresses. I’d love to hear from you, especially if you want to root for one of the characters to get her own novel! Please find me on social media:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/sophiasinclairromance/Web page:https://wordpress.com/block-editor/page/caffeine408.wordpress.com/210Email:Sophiasinclairromance@gmail.comAmazon:amazon.com/author/sophiasinclairromanceInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/sophiasinclairauthor/?hl=en

Author: Sophia Sinclair

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
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Troodon Victory by Rory Smith : How The Dinosaurs Were Wiped Out. by Rory Smith

Troodon Victory by Rory Smith 66 million years ago, the Troodons, had a civlisation that dominated the Solar System. They had colonised new planets, asteroids and Moons. But it was all brought to an end. Read the story of how the greatest civilisation in history, was destroyed. You have been told an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs. But this is really what killed them off. Can we learn from their mistakes? Read the story of the species on Earth, Mars, and Venus. Learn of the ruthless leaders President Empiress, and General Havoc. The story is over 3700 words long.

Author: Rory Smith

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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