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Best Books: Fiction

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 THE FIGHTING NOSTROMO

THE FIGHTING NOSTROMO

Michel Poulin | Sci-fi Fantasy

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This novel is a sequel to MIGHTY NOSTROMO and is the sixth novel in the Kostroma Series. Its actions take place during the early 24th Century, when Humanity has finally been able to break out of the Solar System and is now expanding through the habitable star systems close to our own system. The armed merchant ship NOSTROMO is being completed...

3 Whenever You Want

Whenever You Want

Stephanie Van Orman | Romance

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Christina Witten didn't want to be an escort, but it had its perks when New Year's Eve came and she got a date with Mark Lewis. He wasn't like her other clients. He was suave, handsome, easy to talk to, and easy to listen to. At the stroke of midnight, they kissed and kissed... She thought she'd never see him again. Except, she finished...

4 CARAVAN TO PATALIPUTRA

CARAVAN TO PATALIPUTRA

Michel Poulin | Fiction

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CARAVAN TO PATALIPUTRA is the sequel to my novel NAUCA - DAUGHTER OF THE STEPPES and continues the adventures and travels of Nauca, a young Sarmatian woman who was born in the year 80 B.C. in the plains and forests of the Caucasus, north of the Black Sea. After joining a caravan in the Greek trading outpost of Tanais, at the mouth of the Tanais...

5 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.

6 When the Stars Disappeared: (Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Fiction)

When the Stars Disappeared: (Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Fiction)

Henrijs Zandovskis | Sci-fi Fantasy

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Post-apocalyptic fantasy fiction.In a world where darkness speaks, an orphan girl and her hero try to survive after humanity has mysteriously disappeared... But how long can they go on?Voices twisted and shapeless mock them each night, imitating them and others. Voices that hide from all light; they whisper in their ears and their heartsThose...

7 Automaider

Automaider

Robert McGuinness | Sci-fi Fantasy

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The book is a dystopian tale set sometime in the future. To hide the huge inequalities in society the wealthy create a system of control using propaganda and conditioning. The ‘worker’ population believe the ‘Owners’ are saintly and live on an island in contemplation after creating the perfect system to maintain peace. In reality, the...

8 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...

9 The Blood that Flows

The Blood that Flows

Stephanie Van Orman | Horror-Gothic

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Would you rather die for love or kill for love?My sister lives her life looking through rose-colored glasses. It comes from looking at the world through blood... a vampire's gaze. It's a world where everyone wants to drink her blood like she's wine. How much can she give before she flows over? And how many people do I have to kill to make it stop?

10 A Son of the Ages: The Reincarnations and Adventures of Scar, the Link

A Son of the Ages: The Reincarnations and Adventures of Scar, the Link

Waterloo | Sci-fi Fantasy

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A waste of waters heaved sullenly beneath a dismal canopy. Thin, slimy masses floated here and there about the shallows of a little cove or clung to its sodden beach. The cove led into a bay, which opened, in its turn, upon a vast and soundless sea. But a single reach of land, gray, flat, and lifeless and encircling partially the cove, was all of...