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Sydney on Fire
4.9 Rating (33)

Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success
Tina Hallis, Ph.D.
5 Rating (36)

Pamela Burford
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An Unknown Woman

by: Jane Davis
4.1 Star Rating from 14 Reviews

Self-Published Book of the Year 2016, awarded by Writing Magazine and the DSJT Charitable Trust “An intensely human story that feels ripped from the pages of someone's personal diary.” – The Chocolate Lady's Book Reviews. Look in the mirror and ask yourself a question. Who are you? Do you ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

My Counterfeit Self

by: Jane Davis
4.3 Star Rating from 16 Reviews

From the award-winning author of Half-truths and White Lies and An Unknown Woman, comes an emotional story of hidden identities, complicated passions and tangled truths. "Completely gripping, excellently written and so skilfully put together, I can't recommend My Counterfeit Self highly enough." ~ I ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Adventure on Whalebone Island

by: M. A. Wilson
4.6 Star Rating from 5 Reviews

Ryan and Kendra have come to Maple Harbour on the BC coast to spend their summer holidays with their aunt and uncle. They're expecting a leisurely holiday swimming and playing on the beach with their cousins Claire and Nathan. Claire, however, has other ideas - exploring islands in her sailboat and ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Matters of Convenience

by: Roy Pickering
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Marshall is left to accept platonic status when Audrey's relationship with James deepens. There must be good reason why each opportunity to become more than a friend fails to materialize. But just as all hope appears lost, a positive pregnancy test result shuffles their places in each other's lives ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon


by: Richard French
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Daniel Morley, a painter in his 60's, and his wife Sonja, a photographer, leave their home in Europe to live on a university campus in a large Midwestern American city. This is the neighborhood where Daniel spent his childhood and left with his mother in his teens. He hasn't been back for many d ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Analysis of Hue 1968

by: FastReads
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In this work from the author of Black Hawk Down, Mark Bowden talks about the war in Vietnam, especially the 23-day Battle of Hue. A very carefully and interestingly written book, Hue 1968 stirs the imagination of any reader and nostalgically places you in the battlefields of Hue from the perspective ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Oktober Heat

by: Doris Dumrauf
BARGAIN Fiction > Historical
4.5 Star Rating from 14 Reviews

In a 1958 West German village, twenty-one-year-old German police officer Walter Hofmann wants nothing more than to dance to the latest rock ‘n’ roll tunes at the nearby American air base. But the girls flock to the easy-going GIs, their dollars, and their fancy cars. Worse yet, the entire countr ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Get Well Soon, Linda, a heart warming story about the love and caring for the family little sick dog

by: Judith Yogev
4.6 Star Rating from 6 Reviews

When Tommy visits Grandma one day he gets quite a surprise when Linda, Grandma’s little friend, does not come running to greet him like she usually does. Grandma is equally concerned by Linda’s lack of playfulness. Her little brown-and-white friend doesn’t even want to eat her favorite meal. ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

Interview with an Oracle, Astonishing Revelations about Life and Our World

by: M.G. Hawking
3.7 Star Rating from 3 Reviews

While trekking deep into the vast wilderness of the Himalayan mountains the author experiences an extraordinary opportunity. A series of adventures lead him to an ancient Oracle Temple in the exceedingly remote highlands of Tibet. There he has the opportunity to talk to a true shamanistic Oracle ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

A Walk in the Brambles and Other Short Stories

by: Gordon Allard
BARGAIN Fiction > Historical
4 Star Rating from 2 Reviews

Prepare yourself for four thrilling short stories set in the distant past and the far flung future. In his first volume of short stories the author brings to life the sights and sounds of four very different cultures, examining how various people and events can influence our lives. In 'A walk in ... continue reading. - Or view on amazon

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Arisen, Book One - Fortress Britain
Glynn James


A world fallen - under a plague of seven billion walking dead
A tiny island nation - the last refuge of the living
One team - of the world's most elite special operators
The dead, these heroes, humanity's last hope, all have...

Book One - Fortress Britain

When the Zombie Apocalypse came, one country had shut down its borders in response to a major terrorist attack. Now Fortress Britain is the last bastion of the living - with 50 million beleaguered survivors facing down a world of 7 billion animated corpses.

And when civilization fell, one international team of supremely elite special operators was being assembled for a nearly impossible mission, deployed out of the SAS barracks at Hereford. Supremely trained and armed, always the most skilled, resolved, and unstoppable amongst us, now the commandos of Alpha team are humanity's last best hope for survival. Searching through the detritus of fallen Europe, scavengin ...

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