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When Disconnected
Christine Vann

What connects you to reality, culture, time, and yourself?
This eclectic collection of eight short stories explores disconnect across an interesting range of scenarios and genres. These "tales to tug at the readers' hearts and broaden their minds" will give you a glimpse "under the surface of normality".......






Have You Read?
The Sixth Pillar
Alan Reynolds

There is nothing as tragic as man’s inhumanity to man; what triggers such hatred that some are prepared to give up their own existence to destroy another’s way of life?
In his latest actionpacked thriller Alan Reynolds explores the conditioning of the jihadists as we follow a young Iraqi, Tariq and his quest for revenge and martyrdom. We also learn about the SAS soldier who has to live with the consequences of war and his own demons of conflict. He attains an odd solace in the...


The Onion and the Pearl: The fantastic outside in journey of
Kamon

Mr. Onion meets a lovely stranger who he mistakes for a pearl. It is by chatting with the stranger that Mr. Onion discovers the secret of shaping oneself…an adorable story for the children of our global world.......


Whither Thou Goest (The Graham Saga Book 7)
Anna Belfrage

In their rural home in the Colony of Maryland, Matthew and Alex Graham are still recovering from the awful events of the previous years when Luke Graham, Matthew’s estranged brother, asks them for a favour.
Alex has no problems whatsoever ignoring Luke’s sad plea for help. In her opinion Matthew’s brother is an evil excuse of a man who deserves whatever nasty stuff fate throws at him. Except, as Matthew points out, Luke is begging them to save his son – his misled Charlie, one of...


Restless Spectres
A. Woodley

Clara was comfortable around ghosts, she'd been aware of them for as long as she could remember and for the most part, she liked having them around.
She had been thinking of leaving Dan for a while and the ideal opportunity presented itself by way of an inheritance from an aunt that she had no previous knowledge of.
Leaving her job, Dan, and her old life behind, Clara heads for her new home and her new life but she soon finds out that she's forced to share her home with an unseen, evil...


Lost Samba: Memoirs of Brazil
Richard Klein

Richard Klein was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1962 – two years before the military coup but the same year that the Rolling Stones and the Beatles recorded their first singles and the same year that Brazil would win its second FIFA world cup. Richard’s BritishJewish parents, who had moved to a booming Rio de Janeiro in the wake of World War II, and who would soon prosper. They would never, however, fully adapt to their new land, – and certainly not to either football or rock n’ roll....