If you’re hungry for a fast, fun and deadly cozy mystery, Amy Beth Arkawy’s "Dead Silent," the second book in the Eliza Gordon Mystery series is what’s on the menu.
Five run-away grannies prove that dreams are worth pursuing, life is worth celebrating, and you’re never too old for true love in Jessica H. Stone’s engagingly fun and poignant tale of women pursuing their hopes and dreams.
Memories are at the heart of this fascinating detective thriller when memories can be bought and sold like regular commodities. Thought provoking and entertaining!
Down a contemporary rabbit hole, on a playful romp through Seattle, a middle-aged statistician and her friends seem to find everything—except, perhaps, love. An escapist fun read for a serious world.
A profound work of historical fiction recounting the Norwegian Resistance to the Nazi Occupation. A testimonial to the underground heroes who put aside personal safety for a cause much bigger than themselves. Their courage is acknowledged in this superbly gripping novel.
Fresh and frisky - a rollicking good time with truth wizard and coroner's assistant, Charmaine, on her investigations in a small pacific northwest town.
The 2016 Chaucer Awards writing competition recognizes emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of pre-1750s Historical Fiction. These are the First Place Category Winners.
First Place Category Winners for the Cygnus Awards 2016, the science fiction, speculative fiction, and steampunk fiction genre.
"A tale of ancient kingdoms, of love promised and lost, heralded victory and hopeless defeat, -- a historical novel of Ancient Greece.