Best Books: Fiction
Medler, John | Fiction
VOTED #1 IN FICTION AND #1 OVERALL FOR 2011! In 1557, 16th Century oracle, Nostradamus, published his opus entitled, "Les Propheties"-- a collection of 1,000 four-line, rhyming French verses known as "quatrains". However, only 942 quatrains have ever been found... Until now. Can a cynical college professor and his two rebellious teenagers find...
Michael Webb | Romance
In this eBook, you will learn 101 romantic ways of impressing her. These are fantastic, out of the box ideas and you will also have access to a ton of other resources to look at.
Al Rennie | Mystery
Joe Holiday, an ex Metro cop, finds himself dragged into an investigation by Mia, an IHOP waitress. The probing they do into the murder of Mia\'s sister years earlier turns into a deadly manhunt with Joe and Mia suddenly becoming the targets of a vicious plot.
Vincent M. Lutterbie | Mystery
The town of Hustle has a new private eye, and his name is After Coffman. His first case, and After is finding it anything but business as usual. He has no client, no money, and too many suspects. In line for After's scalp are drug lords, gun runners, and the Hustle Homicide Department. Each wants a piece of him, but After's greatest foe may be an...
Nicole Duffeck | Romance
Everyone has had bad days, but when Ella’s entire world is shattered--first by the unexpected death of her father; and then by the revelation that her husband has been cheating on her, her bad day nearly becomes her last. Standing on the brink of suicide, a sudden moment of inspiration causes her to realize that she still wants something out of...
Ken Merrell | Fiction
Five young girls are dead in a small Utah community. Their long, dark hair is the only common element. Officer Rick Stacy and his K-9, Sig, are determined to stop the mayhem; but they get set-up by a powerful and dangerous man who leaves them helpless to save the next victim. Don Rodriquez has less than 30 days to find a job and a home for...
Lou Tortola | Fiction
Was it physics, mysticism or maternal bonds that transported William back into 19th Century America? Will his love for his modern day family be strong enough to grant his return passage to the second millennium or will the Natural Bridge tie him to a past he never knew? NOTE: The text (TXT) file is no longer available here as it was ...
Kait Nolan | Free Previews
Isla's ability as a Seer has made her a lifelong captive of a paranormal crime lord. Fae assassin, Ransom, offers her a chance at escape, but when she touches his hand, she sees only blood, horror, apocalypse. What reason can Ransom have for wanting to rescue her, and can she possibly trust a man who deals in death?