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The Islands of the Sixteen Gods, Book 4: The City of the Swan Goddess by Stephen Symons (Fantasy)
 
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One man, it seems, is the key to everything; Edrun's old enemy Halgar Rassvorea who is determined to finish this young nuisance once and for all.

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The Miller's Son by David Addleman (Fantasy)
 
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Edward, a simple miller's son, living in a Dukedom with his father, has been taught to read, write, and fight -- three subjects forbidden to commoners, making Edward a criminal almost from birth. When challenged by a knight-in-training, he errs and bests his opponent, sealing his fate in the Dukedom. His father sends him to study at a distant monastery. During his studies, he learns that his destiny has been planned by gods. Edward must somehow develop into the man who can guide the west to victory over the eastern invaders.

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The Shayton Chronicles Book 1: Destiny Sets by Karen Fainges (Fantasy: Vampire)
 
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Born from a vampiric race of slaves, genetically moulded to provide comfort for their masters, he alone decides to be truly free. Irreverent humour and a fierce need to know 'why', war within him and entire worlds are changed.

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The Shayton Chronicles Book 2: Tamal's Journeys by Karen Fainges (Fantasy: Vampire)
 
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The Shaytonian Chronicles continues around the Circle. Talkar. Is he the tool of the Council or the fangs at their throats?

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The Shayton Chronicles Book 3: The Children of Tamal by Karen Fainges (Fantasy: Vampire)
 
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Gathered forces from centuries of plots were focused in one body, Tamal's, and sent into the universe to close the Circle. So what now? What of all those left through time and space? Both sides left debris behind and this may have been a mistake. The fight begins again.

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The Stregoni Sequence Book 1: Golden Healer, Dark Enchantress by Christine E. Schulze (Fantasy/Young Adult)
 
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Emma had had more reason than any other time of her life, even when facing one of the rampages of her drunken father. But she wasn't afraid. And that was odd, because although Aaryn, the person asking her that question, was her best friend, he was also a vampire. In fact, she was surrounded by hundreds of vampires...

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The Stregoni Sequence, Book 2: Memory Charmer by Christine E. Schulze (Fantasy)
 
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Three daring, forbidden romances steeped in fantasy, adventure, and mystery weave together in this second instalment of The Stregoni Sequence, in which everyone must learn the meaning of true, self-sacrificial love. Though, none must learn this lesson more so than the one whom these stories stem from and around whom they all ultimately entwine...

The Memory Charmer.

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The Stregoni Sequence, Book 3: Wish Granter and Other Enchanted Tales by Christine E. Schulze (Young Adult Christian Fantasy Anthology)
 
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In Wind Whisperer, Aurora is cursed with eternal invisibility--until David discovers her. David is the only person in the world besides Aurora's captor who can see her. An old Stregoni Benefici, he understands a thing or two about dark spells. But the breaking of Aurora's spell will summon an ancient enemy, throwing the two of them into a dangerous love triangle...

These exciting stories filled with mystery and magic conclude Schulze's trilogy, The Stregoni Sequence. Sit back, prepare for adventure, and grab your magic books--there are a few last spells to be broken before the end.

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Tony Mandolin Mystery, Book 6: The Clone in the Closet by Robert Lee Beers (Fantasy: Noir, Supernatural/Paranormal Detective)
 
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Does a clone share a soul? That's a question Tony has to figure out when he is suddenly confronted with reports of his partner Frankie committing violent crimes all over the city.

Someone is making Frankie copies, and it may take a literal trip to hell for a slightly worn PI to figure out who.

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Wild Sorceress Series, Book 1: Wild Sorceress (ebook and print) by Margaret L. Carter and Leslie Roy Carter (Fantasy)
 
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In a world where warring nations use magic in combat, years ago young sorceress Aetria's untamed power caused a disaster on the battlefield. Temporarily banished for retraining, she has returned to the army to redeem herself as head of a company of novice mages. She uncovers a traitorous plot by her own commander, renews her bond with her "imaginary" childhood friend, and meets her long-lost twin sister. While also becoming a trusted friend of the commanding general of the army, Aetria unearths secrets of the true nature of the magic she and her comrades wield.

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Wild Sorceress Series, Book 2: Besieged Adept by Margaret L. Carter and Leslie Roy Carter (Fantasy)
 
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Adept Aetria, while learning to control her wild sorcery, has defeated a pair of traitors trying to kill her, found a long-lost twin, and uncovered secrets of the source and nature of magic. Now she continues her research while battling the remnants of the Neo-Aggressor rebellion and integrating raw, untrained talent into the Sorcerer Corps.

Meanwhile, she discovers deeper secrets of her own family background, along with a surprising new foe and a destiny she never dreamed of. Furthermore, she learns that her "imaginary" dragon friend Rajii actually exists. But so do less friendly dragons. What does their agenda mean for the future of humanity and magic in Aetria's world?

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Wild Sorceress Series, Book 3: Rogue Magess (ebook and print) by Margaret L. Carter and Leslie Roy Carter (Fantasy)
 
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Sorceresses Aetria and Coleni discover that both their own births and the history of their world have been manipulated in secret by an ancient, powerful race of dragons. Some, like Aetria's lifelong friend Rajii, have benevolent intentions toward humanity, while others want to restore the people of the Domains to total slavery. All, however, have their own agendas with human beings and mortal magic as pawns.

Emerging from their long-lost mother's hidden home in the deserted Non-Lands, Aetria and Coleni find themselves targeted by assassins under control of the dragons. While the sisters' powers continue to grow, so do the magical gifts of Coleni's baby daughter, but will their magic provide adequate protection?

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Wild Sorceress Series, Prequel: Legacy of Magic (ebook and print) by Margaret L. Carter and Leslie Roy Carter (Fantasy)
 
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Most people in the country of Saphradea admire sorcerers and dream of having magical powers. Not Merina, a young woman who detests magic because she thinks it ruined the life of her mother, a failed sorceress candidate who abandoned her in infancy. When Merina's fiancé, Trinames, announces he has decided to go for training as a Healer sorcerer, her personal world turns upside down. As heiress to a tract of rich farmland, she wants only to manage her own property and bring up a family in peace, a dream she thought Trinames shared. Yet events conspire to force her into a realm of magic and intrigue she never wanted. When Trinames gets kidnapped and she strikes out across the wilderness to rescue him, in company with a wandering trader who turns out to be more than he appears, she runs into a crisis that awakens magical powers she shouldn't even possess. Previous-generation, stand-alone prequel to the "Wild Sorceress" trilogy.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Interregnum Series, Book 1: The Peace by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Christian Irish/Fantasy)
 
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The Peace is alternate-history Irish-flavoured Christian science fiction. James IV, High King of Ireland and the worlds he rules, is deposed at the height of the Three Worlds' War (1941). Banned from the throne by his corrupt nobles for 60 years, he struggles to survive and maintain the Pax Hibernia despite clan MacCarthy's genocidal high-tech schemes. Characters from our earth struggle with their own religious and political loyalties as they are drawn into Greater Hibernia's intrigues. Remote Edwardstown (Calgary) becomes the stage on which three interwoven tales of romance and tragedy converge, launching reborn lives and new hopes.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Interregnum Series, Book 2: The Friends by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Christian Irish/Fantasy)
 
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In the decades following the deposition of James IV, his descendants and relatives continue the struggle to survive clan MacCarthy's plots. Katherina Rourke loses everything except her close-knit group of friends when first her mother, Iron Kate, then her father Matthew (formerly Donal IV) are murdered. Later her friendships disintegrate, and a subsequent donal uses Sean Reilly to kill Katherina, Jack, and their infant Mara. Or, does he? We follow Lady Katherina to and through the battle of Glenmorgan. An intertwined story tells of Sean Reilly (the man she once loved but now hates) and his allies in their quest to depose the corrupt donal. A third and later sequence relates the coming to age of Katherina's daughter, as she builds The Friends of the Day, dedicated to restoring Tara's true throne. London, Moody, Tara, and Penal City are the stages on which these stories play out toward the 2000 nexus and the 2001 culmination of the ban on the throne.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Interregnum Series, Book 3: The Exile by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Christian Irish/Fantasy)
 
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This third book in the series tells of Mara's further adventures, climbing the military ranks of Tara on her way to a confrontation with Donal XII, the former Sean Reilly. Meanwhile, Angus and Day McAllister, exiled to our earth in one of Hibernia's many palace coups, have their own scores to settle with Mara's McCarthy enemies and their allies. So do Lady Katherina and her adoptive daughter Sheana. Others also have reason to be present in court when the ban on the throne expires. Their lives intertwine with Mara's and each other as they struggle spiritually while facing well-financed high-tech conspiracies to turn Hibernia and the other earths into ethnically cleansed MacCarthy family dictatorships. This story cycle takes us to Afghanistan, Rome, Glenfinnan, Prison City, and the Gulf Islands of British Columbia.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Interregnum Series, Book 4: The General by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Christian Irish/Fantasy)
 
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The General recounts Tadgh O'Kelly's life from his 1987 graduation as Kilkarney's top cadet to his career as an army forensic investigator. As the years go by, he gradually knits the threads of evidence from numerous kidnappings of women and children into a noose, but finding the guilty neck to tie it around takes all his skill, and not a little help.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Interregnum Series, Book 5: The Nexus by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Christian Irish/Fantasy)
 
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The Nexus continues Mara's story from the conclusion of the trial over which Tad O'Kelly presided as Senchus in The General, through new foreign assignments, then back to Tara to await the coming nexus and the crisis it will bring to Hibernia's capital. There she battles pirates, gun runners, kidnappers, and a host of plots against the realm.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Interregnum Series, Book 6: The Builder by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Christian Irish/Fantasy)
 
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The Builder is alternate-history Irish-flavoured Christian science fiction, that further develops the legacy of the first five books in the series.

The Builder continues Mara's story following the street battle in Tara through her engagement, her disgrace at court, her defection to the MacCarthys, the unravelling of the MacCarthy plot to destroy Tara, and her discovery of the truth about her father's death.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Throne, Book 1: Culmanic Parts by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Fantasy: Christian, Irish)
 
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Culmanic Parts is a small part of the alternate history story of two long-lived and hard-to-kill men, Samadeya-Qayin and Pelik-Qayin, the alternate continuations of the repentant and unrepentant Cain respectively, always deadly enemies, once Thor and Odin, but in the last millenium duelling over the High Kingship of Ireland.

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Throne, Book 2: Rea's Blood or Navy Girl by Richard J. Sutcliffe (Christian Fantasy/Alternate World)
 
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Rea's Blood continues the alternate history enmity of the long-lived two Qayins, and of Amy Rea, adopted daughter of Samadeya-Qayin, the ally of the Almighty. It follows Amy's career from her post-Academy appointment as second officer to the Royal Army Naval Corps frigate Boudicca, her rapid promotion to commodore, then Vice-Admiral, and finally Admiral of the Orange aboard Victory.

Her novel tactics and ways of dealing with her shipmates become Royal Navy doctrine. Rea cultivates a band of fellow officers who will follow her "to hell and back" and most of them do so for her last battle against enemy nations Spain and France off Trafalgar Point, where she is shot down by snipers as she resolutely stands in full uniform on Victory's quarterdeck. But who was Amy Rae, what was her great secret, and why does she have so many look-alikes?

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Worlds of the Timestream: The Throne, Book 3: Tara's Mother by Rick Sutcliffe (Irish Fantasy/Christian)
 
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Tara's Mother is the sequel to Culmanic Parts and Rae's Blood, and continues the alternate history enmity of the long-lived Samadeya-Qayin, ally of the Almighty and check against Pelik-Qayin, who is something more than evil twin...

Who are Amethyst Meathe and Joane, really, and will Amethyst and the band of brothers and sisters she inherited from Amy Rea live to see a new, better, and peaceful Ireland emerge from the ashes of war? What of her own heart, broken before by others' faithlessness and again when Thomas dies following his historic battle? And will she win free of the spectre of treacherous Marnie Caine and the assassins guild?

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