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Love, Lies and Murder (The Charlotte Ross Mysteries)
Evelyn Cullet

Charlotte Ross sees her world about to crumble when the man she’s in love with–her mysterious boss, John Trent— announces his engagement to someone else.
Charlotte’s best friend, dubious globetrotter and mystery author, Jane Marshall, arrives back in town only to stumble across the gruesome corpse of the town’s millionaire industrialist. When Jane becomes determined to find the killer, Charlotte joins forces with her friend to ease her heartbreak. In the process, the two...

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Long Arm of the Law: Jack the Ripper
Billy Helston

Jack the Ripper isn’t famous, rich, or royal, but he played a crucial role on the night of the double event. My suspect is an ordinary man, yet he both frightens and threatens the Metropolitan police to this day. They accused him of perjury, some called him a liar, others a fool. But he lived to a ripe old age and evaded the hangman’s noose. In short, he got away with murder. The files on The Jack the Ripper case will remain sealed to protect witnesses onehundred and thirty years after...

Aldo the Dragon
Tania Giguere

Aldo is an old and wise dragon that came to nest upon a rock overlooking a small village. Aldo, being of great kindness, sees the need of the villagers and their children. So Aldo begins caring for them and teaching the men how to become more excellent hunters. For when the cold wind sets in, food will be plenty, and their families will not go hungry. Aldo also teaches the women of the village how to grow their gardens in all types of weather and how to love the seed and Mother Earth.

A Soldier's Friend, Civil War Nurse Cornelia Hancock
Georgiann Baldino

Cornelia Hancock did not qualify as an Army nurse during the Civil War, and yet she managed to serve at the front lines for nearly two years. The trauma and devastation she witnessed would have made a remarkable legend, but in this case the stories are true. Georgiann Baldino's biography is based on letters Cornelia Hancock wrote during and after the Civil War.......

Wakeful Children: A Collection of Horror and the Supernatural
S P Oldham

Wakeful Children is a collection of highly imaginative and inventive short stories written by S P Oldham. Wakeful Children is an extremely unusual, compelling and refreshingly different read in this genre. One that will leave you thinking of it still, long after you have turned the last page...

Mayaki's Doll
Francis Benedict

Mayaki is reportedly dead, with her car having been discovered to have fallen over Tariaah, the sacred hill, and making frontpage on the morning daily.
Gloria Reginald rushes to Lohada to verify, arrange for her friend to be brought home for burial but, shockingly, the body in the morgue has a matted face under a roll of bandages and looks nothing like her, raising questions that beg for answers. The police can’t be trusted and the doctors seem suspect. To the natives of Lohada, Mayaki...