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1 Cold Sweetheart

Cold Sweetheart

Ria F | Romance

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Two years after coming out of a coma, Catherine finds out that she has a daughter who her snobby parents thought was an embarrassment and sent to live with her father. Now Catherine wants a relationship with her child, even while her daughter's father thinks she's just like her parents. And maybe, she wants more than her daughter in her life too.

2 Ultimate Action Guide

Ultimate Action Guide

Dennis | Free Previews

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A colleague and I were discussing “leadership” and what that truly meant. We came up with this analogy, which I hope you’ll enjoy.Moving rocks for a living? Imagine you move rocks for a living. The more rocks you move, the more you’re paid. You don’t move rocks, you don’t get paid. Thus, you understand the direct linkage between...

3 The Summer of 75

The Summer of 75

Dan Wheatcroft | Mystery

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Almost a decade after finding himself working for a shadowy Government department, ex-Detective John Gallagher is sent on a task that will become his most testing yet. Armed only with a two inch revolver, 12 bullets, some cryptic clues and a sense of humour, his mission is to assist a high ranking East German foreign intelligence operative to...

4 One-Minute Video Guide

One-Minute Video Guide

Dennis | Free Previews

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If you want people to engage your business or your brand, you have to start investing in the currency of digital platforms, attention. People are trading hours of their day scrolling through Facebook and you have to fight for every bit of attention you can get.The easiest way to get people’s attention is through video. Especially one minute...

5 The Summer of 66

The Summer of 66

Dan Wheatcroft | Mystery

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In what could be considered a 'prequel' to the Leveller Trilogy, Special Branch Detective Constable John Gallagher is seconded to a British Home Office Statistical Unit for what he considers a minor violation of trust. He's not well pleased; he knows nothing of statistics and had been hoping for a much less boring end to his year. To this very...

6 Sexbot

Sexbot

Patrick Quinlan | Sci-fi Fantasy

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What if you could be immortal? And what if the price was to give up everything first, including your very life? Robotics engineer Susan Jones has discovered the key to immortality - downloading human awareness into intelligent machines. About to be murdered for her secret, she downloads herself into the most intelligent machine available - Sexbot...

7 A NEW ERA

A NEW ERA

Michel Poulin | Sci-fi Fantasy

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'A NEW ERA' is the seventh novel in the Kostroma Series, continuing the adventures in Space of Tina Forster and of her mighty cargo ship NOSTROMO. While the threat from the carnivorous aliens called 'Space Predators' has apparently receded, Tina now has to deal with the growing racism shown towards her sentient security androids. Then, a...

8 'The Magic Ring of Brodgar' book 1

'The Magic Ring of Brodgar' book 1

Katelyn Emilia Novak | Mystery

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The Magic Ring of Brodgar follows young and successful Megan McKenzie as she travels to northern Scotland to claim her inheritance, an ancestral castle. Finding herself in brand new world and community, she makes loyal friends and terrible enemies, as she learns about the histories of this ancient land. Falling in love with Derek, a highlander...

9 The House of the Arrow

The House of the Arrow

A. E. W. Mason | Mystery

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In The House of the Arrow we once again meet French Inspector Gabriel Hanaud. Hanaud is a towering figure in the history of genre mystery fiction as he is the obvious inspiration for Hercule Poirot. Hanaud is called in to investigate when the wealthy widow Mrs. Harlowe dies suddenly and her heiress, Betty Harlowe, is accused of murder.

10 John Solomon—Supercargo

John Solomon—Supercargo

H. Bedford-Jones | Fiction

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Save for this last item, the description fitted John Solomon to a dot, for while his face was cheerful enough, it was as totally devoid of expression as a face can be—and still remain a face.