Catch Me If You Can by Margaret Pearce


  In 1941, Darwin is bombed, and the war against the Germans and the Japanese gets alarmingly close. While those in the area are raising money for the war effort with backyard concerts, the kids…

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Circles of Deception by Frances Evlin


Who is making the crop circles? The enormous geometric designs have appeared in fields around the world for over thirty years. Novelist Risa McKensie plans to write about the fantastic works of art. When her…

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Dangerous Ground and Other Old West Short Stories by Herb Marlow


Revisit the wild, wild west during a time when unwritten rules of conduct for survival were never formal but respected everywhere on the range in this collection of ten, rollicking short stories, including: “Dangerous Ground”:…

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Dangerous Waters Trilogy by Dee Lloyd


Dashing heroes set out to protect the women of their dreams as they travel by boat over the Caribbean and the Bahamas, even to a clear lake in Muskoka, where romance–and deception–will take them all…

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Dani Pepper and the Spelling Bee by Cathan


  Dani Pepper is the second-best speller at Fisher Pitt Junior School. When she’s chosen for the State Spelling Bee Championship finals, she’s thrilled. She and her nemesis–the stuck-up, first-best-speller Mary Ellen–prepare for the tournament. The…

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Dead by the Sea by Dan Donoghue


  When a brutal murder occurs on the beach where he’s staying, Jim Groggan’s bored enough to start checking things out for himself. He even agrees to drive a police officer down along the beach…

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Dead Certain by Forrest Barriger


  Burke Thomas is a free-wheeling private investigator of valuables from long past and a part-time treasure hunter. Conned into kidnapping a young woman, Burke discovers that the client who hired him is dead before…

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Different Blood by Margaret L. Carter


Different blood flows in their veins–but our blood quenches their thirst. From Bram Stoker’s 1897 creation of Count Dracula, portrayed as a foreign invader bent on the conquest of England, the literary vampire has symbolized…

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Down in the Dungeon by A. J. Walker


Five exciting stories set in the glory days of fantasy role-playing gaming when friends sat around the kitchen table late into the night rolling dice and sharing adventures. Relive the spirit of the past or…

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Falcon’s Bend Series by Karen Wiesner and Chris Spindler


Falcon’s Bend is a small, sleepy town in Wisconsin that owns more taverns than churches, but fills both on the appropriate days. Teenagers talk of escape from the one-horse town because nothing ever seems to…

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Falling For a Father By Catriona J. Reynolds


Spirited but monetarily despondent schoolteacher Lucy Blake has just decided ‘Mr Happily Ever After’ doesn’t exist and she’s going to stop searching for him when Fate intervenes by sending her crashing, literally, into a devilishly…

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Free Short Story: “Rules of War” by Fran Jacobs


Rules of War By Fran Jacobs The creature in the cage wasn’t moving. It sat still and silent in the centre of its prison watching Arathy approach, impassively and unconcerned, with its dull violet eyes….

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Free Short Story: A Wedding at Faxinor by Michelle Levigne


A Wedding at Faxinor By Michelle Levigne  *This story takes place between Chapters of Heir of Faxinor.**   Andrixine greeted the morning in quiet contemplation, sitting on the wide windowsill of Kalsan’s room. She wanted…

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Free Short Story: Animals by Roy W. Penn


ANIMALS by Roy W. Penn I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do.” –Romans 7:15   “Power tends to corrupt,…

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Free Short Story: Bus Ride by Margaret Pearce (Children’s)


BUS RIDE By Margaret Pearce   “We’ve missed our bus,” Amy said. “Little brothers are the worst pests in the world.” “The biggest pests in the world,” Melissa corrected. Their little brothers were found squatted…

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Free Short Story: Kipuka by Victoria Heckman


Kipuka* By Victoria Heckman Malama Price stepped onto her lanai, carefully balancing her tumbler of gin and her monkeypod cane. She hung the cane on the low railing and slurped a small wave of gin…

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From the Dark Places by Margaret L. Carter


When Father Michel Emeric and Dr. Ray Benson warn young widow, Kate Jacobs, of occult danger stalking her, she dismisses them as deranged fanatics. The eerie disappearance of her four-year-old daughter, Sara, changes her mind….

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George and His Magic Mirror by Debra M. Scatasti


George is in 6th grade when his grandfather dies and his life is dramatically changed. George has inherited a mirror–and not just any mirror. This extraordinary looking glass takes George on trips into fantasy lands….

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Ghosts Dancing On Water by Patricia Bernard


  When the heart is destroyed, the mind is capable of unspeakable things in the name of love… Stevie loves his little sister Lily and will always protect her. As children, he was the one…

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Guardians of Glede Series by JennaKay Francis


When the balance of power is threatened in the land of Glede, the powerful Triskelion calls for its master. Beginnings Book 1: The Triskelion The Triskelion, a powerful magical amulet, once torn into two parts…

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