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After All Is Said And Done: A Novel of Infidelity, Healing, &
Belinda G. Buchanan

Nobody wakes up one morning and decides that this is the day they are going to cheat on their spouse, but when the opportunity presents itselfit ultimately becomes a choiceand that choice, whether good or bad, can have irrevocable consequences.
Thirtyfouryearold Ethan Harrington is a brilliant doctor, devoted husband, eager father to be...and borderline alcoholic. He has spent the better part of a year trying to forgive his wife, Jessica, for her infidelity, but her betrayal with a...

Have You Read?
Biff the Useless Mention: Book IV of the Sell the Pig trilogy
Tottie Limejuice

In March 2007, Tottie left Britain to follow the dream of a new life in France for herself, her elderly mother and her damaged brother. Has the dream turned to a nightmare or is Tottie still happily living the quiet life in her little 'grottage' in the Auvergne region of central France?
Come with Tottie now as she takes you on Tottie's Tours of the Auvergne. Enjoy the familiar ironic humour and keen eye for detail that will bring the landscape and the people to life for you. Be prepared...

Not Human
Amanda Steel

The sequel to After the zombies. Although it can be read as a standalone book.
What can you do when zombies are everywhere? Aiming for the head is the easy part. The real challenges are distinguishing zombies from humans and knowing which humans to trust.
Not learning their lesson from the Manchester outbreak, the government are still intent on creating a more compliant race. It looks like they will keep trying until they get it right, or until humanity is completely wiped out,...

You walk on the land until one day the land walks on you
Mois Benarroch

Benarroch Touches the themes of immigration, the confrontation with a new country, discrimination against minorities, love, the family, poetry, poets and life in general.
Mois Benarroch was born in Tetuan/Morroco and lives in Jerusalem. He writes poetry and novels. His books have been published in Israel, Spain, U.S.A and Portugal. His works have been translated to 15 languages. He was awarded the Prime Minister prize for writers in 2008, and the Yehuda Amichai poetry prize in ...

The Observers
C. R. Downing

From C. R. of the Best Science Fiction Novel for 2014 in theĀ USA Best Book Awards with Traveler's HOT L.Over uncounted millennia, telepathic Glieseians have assumed the roles of observers, investigators, and interventionists, helping determine the developmental pathways taken by inhabitants of other planets in the Milky Way. With mollusklike bodies and frail arms that move on lubricated, muscular feet, their brains account for nearly sixty percent of their body weight, As Observers, Mxpan...

Charlie MacCready Shadows In The Dark
James M. McCracken

Haunted by nightmares Charlie begins to see shadows lurking all around him. Are they real or just his imagination?
Suddenly, one by one, the students are attacked. As the finger begins to point at Charlie, he must act fast to prove his innocence. Together with his trusted friends Howard, Gus and Rick, they set out to find "The Shadows In The Dark."
"Charlie MacCready Shadows In The Dark" is the second book in the Charlie MacCready series.......