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  • Ash

    A Mythos Novel by

    Daniel always knew his family was different from others, it wasn’t just the ghost of a long dead woman haunting them. Or the political games his family played. It was the family gift, known but rarely spoken of. To kill or hurt with just a ...


  • Calling All Stations

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    The Great War is over, but twelve-year-old Edward Hawkins's war has just begun. Imprisoned on a remote Scottish lighthouse by his veteran father, his only windows to the world a wireless set and a tattered copy of Treasure Island, he dreams of ...


  • Rush: Part One

    A Novel by

    It’s springtime in Monaco, and Valentina Romana is ready for Formula One glory. Since childhood, Valentina’s life has revolved around racing. This is her moment. There’s only one problem: no one will give her a shot, simply because she is a woman. ...


  • The Whiskey Lee

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    Prepare to plunge into dangerous waters. A fifty-foot fishing trawler and its captain, James Karl Moreland, vanish from the waters off Barney’s Cove, Maine in 1989. Did the captain and his vessel merely succumb to the violent battering of an angry ...


  • A Seven Year Ache

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    Rosie Kelvey is a spirited and willful prairie woman of the early twentieth century whose ache to pursue her own desires goes against the harsh and limiting moral landscape of her time. She has what the neighbours teasingly call “two men on her ...


  • Skyeholm

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    During a visit to her hometown of Braxton, Skye and her friends are kidnapped from their hangout at a local park. They wake up in an attic, unsure where they are, how they got there, and who is responsible. It doesn't take Skye long to realize that ...


  • The Dragon's Threat

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    The dispute centers around Dejection Island, a tiny speck of land in the South China Sea. Britain owns it, China wants it, and the Americans are determined not to let them have it. Peter Holroyd lives a comfortable but lonely academic life, ...


  • Unscented

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    When Madeline’s parents died in an accident ten years ago, she was adopted by family friends. The Richardsons are loving, protective, kind—and Werewolves. Having just graduated college, Maddie is excited to spend the summer at the family lakeside ...


  • The Restaurateur

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    Over the decades, Toronto restaurateur James DeMilo has built an empire. But when an incident--the apparent suicide of a staff member-- reveals a different kind of disturbing incident, his world quickly begins to unravel. With his hands-on style ...


  • The Other Side of Morning

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    It is Sunday, June 20, 1756, in Calcutta. Fort William has been overtaken, and most of its occupants have fled or been killed. Only 145 denizens remain, and nothing could prepare them for the horrors that await them in the Black Hole, a minuscule ...