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Codename Cupcake
Jillian Green DiGiacomo

CODENAME CUPCAKE is an old fashioned stayathomemom turned superhero spy novel. It is the story of Molly Peterson, a frazzled mother of two, who is recruited by a super spy agency to infiltrate the PTA at her own son's elementary school. A staunch PTA avoider, Molly is disappointed to learn that her assignment will require her to not only join the PTA but “become” the PTA. Midwood Elementary School is cooling at an alarming rate and Molly must spend as much time as possible in the...






Have You Read?
No Darkness
Mark Morey

What started as a work posting to Zimbabwe with his African girlfriend, becomes a life and death struggle against the forces of despot Robert Mugabe. Michael Page had no idea that a simple misunderstanding would have such tragic consequences.
Set in 1999 when Zimbabwe is in a slow and inexorable decline, and the political scene is disturbed by a new opposition party which has a real chance of democratic victory. Only a tyrant deliberately destroys his own country in order to retain power...


Midnight Whispers
Lynette Marie

Set in the colonial era, Midnight Whispers is, quite simply, a beautifully written love story with a historical context and laced with action, adventure and comedy. Central to the story is the relationship between Cathrynn and Duncan, a relationship that quickly evolves from ownerservant into friendship and, ultimately, love. Many authors might have felt the need to force this process along, but Lynette Marie's characters are so real and well developed that they carry the story along with...


Desert Rising
Kelley Grant

"It frightens me, knowing the One has called up two such strong individuals. It means that there are troubled times in our future, and you must prepare yourselves."
The Temple at Illian is the crown jewel of life in the Northern Territory. There, pledges are paired with feli, the giant sacred cats of the One god, and are instructed to serve the One's four capricious deities. Yet Sulis, a young woman from the Southern Desert, has a different perspective one that just might be considered...


An Android Dog's Tale: A Sci-Fi Counter-Fantasy Novel
D.L. Morrese

The Galactic Organic Development Corporation searches the galaxy for primitive sentient species to save from extinction, and then transplants colonies of them to Corporation agricultural planets where they can live happily and safely. The transplanted species survives, and the Corporation Project planets produce some of the most expensive and soughtafter food in the galaxy, which it sells to developed worlds with this guarantee:
Caringly grown, cultivated and harvested by simple sentient...


Up Close And Personal - Volume 2
Stewart Bint

Novelist Stewart Bint writes a regular column in a fortnightly magazine, The Flyer, ranging from the intensely personal, humorous and hard hitting controversy, to sheer whimsy. This is the second compilation book of those columns., taking us from October 2014 to May 2017, and is published to coincide with the author's 100th column.
Topics include cold calling, smoking, dreams, the supernatural, going barefoot, retirement, why we should abolish the letter 'e' in the English language,...