And Then I Woke Up - By Malcolm Devlin
The world is reeling from a plague, monsters lurk in the streets, armed survivors roam in packs. Spence is one of the "cured". Haunted by guilt, he refuses to face the changed world. But if he can't tell the truth from the lies, how will he know if he has earned the redemption he dreams of? How will he know he hasn't just made things worse?
The Ivory - By Fahadbin Alam
Samuel's uncles, planned his parents' death so they could inherit the family business. When they discoverd he wasn't dead, they sold him as a slave to Africa. While working as a slave, he found a treasure map to a Scottish island, where a credible amount of treasures were deposited. He must work his way out of slavery to even stand a chance of finding the treasure.
Mixed Blessings - By John Broughton
Mierce, the English Midlands, 8th Century A.D., Æthelbald, King of Mierce, aspires to take the surrounding kingdoms to expand and fortify his own. The quest for power is not King Æthelbald’s only passion in life. He has an insatiable lust for women and takes advantage of his position to "raid" nunneries to satisfy his desires.
Intrigued by an Ancient Pedigree - By Sandra Sookoo
The fifth Earl of Archewyne, is attempting to acclimate to fatherhood, but he longs for adventure. Emmaline Hawkins, the new Countess of Archewyne, is torn between wanting to be a good mother and wishing to recapture the excitement digging up relics and hunting treasures brings. She meets a young pawn broker questing after the legendary Lancelot Stone.
The Seafarer's Lost Daughter - By Faye Godwin
The last thing Lindy Cook wants to do is leave Yorkshire behind. Papa has gone to London for work; Mama is quite unwell, and her two little brothers, Reuben and Aram, constantly need to be fed and cared for. With no resources, she has no choice but to pack her little family into a stifling railway carriage headed for a whole new world - a world she doesn’t understand: London.
Heaven’s Rocker - By Ruth Finnegan
The little angel does everything to save his guitar-playing little sister from the ultimate sin, as she insists on taking her wild music and even wilder love to hell. Heaven’s Rocker is the most recent volume in the Ruthfinn little angel romances and the prequel to the stunning The Lady and the Dragon. An intensely moving tale of love and sacrifice, which will surprise you.
Sophia: The Highly Favoured Lady - By Ruth Finnegan
Queen Sophia has to submit to her conqueror, King Francis, to save her people from slaughter. As a result, she falls passionately in love with him—and he with her. But after just one night together, he gives her away to his son, Corin. Before Sophia can win Corin's love, she has to free him from his demons—only then can they fully love.
A Little Angel Starts Out - By Ruth Finnegan
A little angel goes through his memories of creation. How it came out of nothing and how God did not forget anything even the little ants in the high cathedral rafters. But he is only little, and naïve, and inexperienced, and very nervous about what lies before him and his journey alone through the universe, and if he could take his trumpet - surely?
The Little Angel Ventures Through Deep Space - By Ruth Finnegan
The little angel, on his way to carry out his scary “very responsible” tasks on earth now he has his certification, meets terrifying adventures in space. Would he, could he ever get to earth? Or just have to return useless, his record book empty, to heaven to face the Archangels, and, worse, his darling little sister - ohhh!
The Helix Pearl - By Ruth Finnegan
This story is told from the perspective of the garrulous sounding, wine-dark Homeric one, the sea. It somehow emerged, readymade, in liminal space, predominantly in dream - or, to be more exact, in that in-between liminal state that is neither waking nor sleeping but at the same time both.
The Memorabilia Man - By Charlie Wood
In Liverpool in the spring of 2014, struggling musician Mike Bradley is forced to do some manual work over the spring bank holiday to make ends meet. What was supposed to be a routine decorating job turns into a life-changing decision. Is the Memorabilia Man all he appears to be? A story of loyalty and betrayal and a misguided sense of honor.
It's a Battlefield – By Graham Greene
Communist London bus driver, Jim Drover acts on instinct to protect his wife by stabbing to death the policeman set to strike her down. Sentenced to hang, Drover is unaware that the ramifications for the crime are inflaming political unrest. But Drover's single, impulsive act is also upending the lives of the people he loves and trusts. Caught in sexual betrayal, and guilt, they will not only play a part in Drover's fate, but they'll become agents of their own fates as well.