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Love Refound

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Love Refound

Will Buster

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Genres: Action/Adventure Romance, Romance - general

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This is a story about one of my old friends from the Viet Nam era. He’s passed away recently from a sudden stroke but about a year before he passed, he was kind enough to tell me his life’s pilgrimage. Of course, it is an honor to retell the story of this brave veteran who put his life at risk many times for his country. It was not his fault that the war in Southeast Asia turned out to be a tragic mistake.

Naturally, the names and places have been changed to protect individual confidentiality per his request.

Words: 32500

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Love Refound

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Love Refound

Will Buster

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Genres: Action/Adventure Romance, Romance - general

This is a story about one of my old friends from the Viet Nam era. He’s passed away recently from a sudden stroke but about a year before he passed, he was kind enough to tell me his life’s pilgrimage. Of course, it is an honor to retell the story of this brave veteran who put his life at risk many times for his country. It was not his fault that the war in Southeast Asia turned out to be a tragic mistake.

Naturally, the names and places have been changed to protect individual confidentiality per his request.

Words: 32500

Ebook Price: $4.95

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Love Refound

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Love Refound

Will Buster

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Genres: Action/Adventure Romance, Romance - general

Words: 32500

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This is a story about one of my old friends from the Viet Nam era. He’s passed away recently from a sudden stroke but about a year before he passed, he was kind enough to tell me his life’s pilgrimage. Of course, it is an honor to retell the story of this brave veteran who put his life at risk many times for his country. It was not his fault that the war in Southeast Asia turned out to be a tragic mistake.

Naturally, the names and places have been changed to protect individual confidentiality per his request.

Black, White & Red All Over: Book 3

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That's the way to do it!

Black, White & Red All Over: Book 3

Rob Sharp

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Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy

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Black, White & Red All Over is set on a Looking-Glass Earth much like our own, where everything you can ever imagine is possible. It’s the stuff you can’t imagine that creeps up behind you and bites your freaking head off!
BOOK 3
In the final part of the BW&RAO trilogy, super-soldier John Savage, has seemingly died – again – in a Mach 2 plunge into the Hudson Bay.

Words: 116000

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Black, White & Red All Over: Book 3

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That's the way to do it!

Black, White & Red All Over: Book 3

Rob Sharp

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Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy

Black, White & Red All Over is set on a Looking-Glass Earth much like our own, where everything you can ever imagine is possible. It’s the stuff you can’t imagine that creeps up behind you and bites your freaking head off!
BOOK 3
In the final part of the BW&RAO trilogy, super-soldier John Savage, has seemingly died – again – in a Mach 2 plunge into the Hudson Bay.

Words: 116000

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Black, White & Red All Over: Book 3

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That's the way to do it!

Black, White & Red All Over: Book 3

Rob Sharp

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Black, White & Red All Over is set on a Looking-Glass Earth much like our own, where everything you can ever imagine is possible. It’s the stuff you can’t imagine that creeps up behind you and bites your freaking head off!
BOOK 3
In the final part of the BW&RAO trilogy, super-soldier John Savage, has seemingly died – again – in a Mach 2 plunge into the Hudson Bay.

Check Mate

    • Average 4.0 from 1 ratings
      • From jbgarner58.wordpress.com:
        
        Happy coincidence has brought a recently-released dish onto this
        reviewer’s plate today.  The chef, Michelle Knight (interviewed here),
        was already in my review queue for some time now with an older recipe
        but, as her newest book came up for sale, I decided to take up this
        newest dish instead.  So is this near-future military sci-fi with a
        side of wit and comedy make for a fabulous meal or some bland tinned
        biscuits?
        
        Before we cut open the MRE package, let us recite the Starving Review
        creed:
        
        I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the
        genre
        I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible.
        
        Here’s the rub, my literary foodies, there’s a fine line between using
        humor to flavor a serious dish and overseasoning with humor to ruin a
        dish.  Comedy, especially dark comedy, is hard.  Good comedy is even
        harder.  So, let me put this particular dog to bed and say that the
        sugary sprinkles of comedy are properly used in this piece.  There is
        a certain Doctor Strangelove sort of feel to the comedic elements, as
        well as that dry British wit to the whole affair, and it sits well in
        this Reviewer’s stomach.
        
        With that clear, let’s attack the rest of the components of this meal.
         Check Mate presents a diverse cast of characters and handles those
        characters quite well.  Even the occasional stock minor characters is
        gifted with a particular spark of flavor that makes them just a bit
        more three-dimensional.  There was obviously care taken by the chef to
        make the characters more than the title of their jobs, no matter how
        stereotypical they may seem at first blush, and that defiance of
        stereotype is appreciated.
        
        The plot takes some interesting turns in the classic recipe of
        ‘military-killer-robot-goes-haywire’ (and yes, that IS a classic by
        this point!) while keeping its feet grounded in the realm of
        near-future technology.  The initial start is a bit more mellow than I
        expected it would be.  In fact, it veers dangerously close to an
        extended info-dump, yet it wasn’t to the point of off-putting.  It was
        a thick crust of necessary exposition but, past that initial bit, the
        pacing turns into a even and consistent flow of action and events,
        leading to a rather enjoyable final course.
        
        Stylistically, Check Mate is solid.  Once it hits its stride, the
        courses come along well, properly seasoned, with dutiful wordsmithing.
         If I have any stylistic complaints, it’s the occasional slip of
        British turns-of-phrase in a distinctly American setting.  Naturally,
        most readers probably won’t catch these, as I barely did and I’m a bit
        of an Anglophile, so I don’t see this detracting from most people’s
        meals.
        
        My one real quibble with this particular meal is I wish there was a
        bit more done from the haywire military robot’s point-of-view.  Not
        much, but there were a few bits early on that gives the reader some
        flashes of what is going on and I found those particularly brilliant
        while not giving away the overarching plot.  Some more scenes like
        that I think would have added a bit of needed spice at points during
        the last half of the book (into which I can delve no deeper because
        SPOILERS!).
        
        To bring it all together, Check Mate is a tasty near-future military
        romp mixing some dark comedy with killer robots!  It’s not *quite*
        perfect, but it’s really quite good and I can gladly recommend this
        meal to any lover of science-fiction or enjoys a splash of distinctly
        British dark humor with their meals!  Remember, again, to check out
        the Starving Interview to get a glimpse into the mind behind the
        book.
        
        FINAL VERDICT: **** (A tasty near-future military romp mixing some
        dark comedy with killer robots!)  4 out of 5  (visitor)

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Check Mate

Michelle Knight

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Genres: Science Fiction, Humour

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Also available as a paperback

Life is a game of chess and we have been programming our computers to play it for generations; each time honing the programs to work smarter, faster, with more efficiency and higher accuracy than ever before.

A stroke of fate saw two memory cards being swapped. In a military laboratory, the most powerful game of chess ever written was accidentally loaded in to an experimental, highly agile, weaponised robot. From the moment they hit the run command, that robot had only one purpose ... to win the game...

Words: 52000

Ebook Price: $5.95

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Pages: 178

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Check Mate

    • Average 4.0 from 1 ratings
      • From jbgarner58.wordpress.com:
        
        Happy coincidence has brought a recently-released dish onto this
        reviewer’s plate today.  The chef, Michelle Knight (interviewed here),
        was already in my review queue for some time now with an older recipe
        but, as her newest book came up for sale, I decided to take up this
        newest dish instead.  So is this near-future military sci-fi with a
        side of wit and comedy make for a fabulous meal or some bland tinned
        biscuits?
        
        Before we cut open the MRE package, let us recite the Starving Review
        creed:
        
        I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the
        genre
        I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible.
        
        Here’s the rub, my literary foodies, there’s a fine line between using
        humor to flavor a serious dish and overseasoning with humor to ruin a
        dish.  Comedy, especially dark comedy, is hard.  Good comedy is even
        harder.  So, let me put this particular dog to bed and say that the
        sugary sprinkles of comedy are properly used in this piece.  There is
        a certain Doctor Strangelove sort of feel to the comedic elements, as
        well as that dry British wit to the whole affair, and it sits well in
        this Reviewer’s stomach.
        
        With that clear, let’s attack the rest of the components of this meal.
         Check Mate presents a diverse cast of characters and handles those
        characters quite well.  Even the occasional stock minor characters is
        gifted with a particular spark of flavor that makes them just a bit
        more three-dimensional.  There was obviously care taken by the chef to
        make the characters more than the title of their jobs, no matter how
        stereotypical they may seem at first blush, and that defiance of
        stereotype is appreciated.
        
        The plot takes some interesting turns in the classic recipe of
        ‘military-killer-robot-goes-haywire’ (and yes, that IS a classic by
        this point!) while keeping its feet grounded in the realm of
        near-future technology.  The initial start is a bit more mellow than I
        expected it would be.  In fact, it veers dangerously close to an
        extended info-dump, yet it wasn’t to the point of off-putting.  It was
        a thick crust of necessary exposition but, past that initial bit, the
        pacing turns into a even and consistent flow of action and events,
        leading to a rather enjoyable final course.
        
        Stylistically, Check Mate is solid.  Once it hits its stride, the
        courses come along well, properly seasoned, with dutiful wordsmithing.
         If I have any stylistic complaints, it’s the occasional slip of
        British turns-of-phrase in a distinctly American setting.  Naturally,
        most readers probably won’t catch these, as I barely did and I’m a bit
        of an Anglophile, so I don’t see this detracting from most people’s
        meals.
        
        My one real quibble with this particular meal is I wish there was a
        bit more done from the haywire military robot’s point-of-view.  Not
        much, but there were a few bits early on that gives the reader some
        flashes of what is going on and I found those particularly brilliant
        while not giving away the overarching plot.  Some more scenes like
        that I think would have added a bit of needed spice at points during
        the last half of the book (into which I can delve no deeper because
        SPOILERS!).
        
        To bring it all together, Check Mate is a tasty near-future military
        romp mixing some dark comedy with killer robots!  It’s not *quite*
        perfect, but it’s really quite good and I can gladly recommend this
        meal to any lover of science-fiction or enjoys a splash of distinctly
        British dark humor with their meals!  Remember, again, to check out
        the Starving Interview to get a glimpse into the mind behind the
        book.
        
        FINAL VERDICT: **** (A tasty near-future military romp mixing some
        dark comedy with killer robots!)  4 out of 5  (visitor)

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Check Mate

Michelle Knight

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Genres: Science Fiction, Humour

Life is a game of chess and we have been programming our computers to play it for generations; each time honing the programs to work smarter, faster, with more efficiency and higher accuracy than ever before.

A stroke of fate saw two memory cards being swapped. In a military laboratory, the most powerful game of chess ever written was accidentally loaded in to an experimental, highly agile, weaponised robot. From the moment they hit the run command, that robot had only one purpose ... to win the game...

Words: 52000

Ebook Price: $5.95

Add To Cart

Paperback price: $8.10

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Check Mate

    • Average 4.0 from 1 ratings
      • From jbgarner58.wordpress.com:
        
        Happy coincidence has brought a recently-released dish onto
        this reviewer’s plate today.  The chef, Michelle Knight
        (interviewed here), was already in my review queue for some
        time now with an older recipe but, as her newest book came
        up for sale, I decided to take up this newest dish instead. 
        So is this near-future military sci-fi with a side of wit
        and comedy make for a fabulous meal or some bland tinned
        biscuits?
        
        Before we cut open the MRE package, let us recite the
        Starving Review creed:
        
        I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan
        of the genre
        I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible.
        
        Here’s the rub, my literary foodies, there’s a fine line
        between using humor to flavor a serious dish and
        overseasoning with humor to ruin a dish.  Comedy, especially
        dark comedy, is hard.  Good comedy is even harder.  So, let
        me put this particular dog to bed and say that the sugary
        sprinkles of comedy are properly used in this piece.  There
        is a certain Doctor Strangelove sort of feel to the comedic
        elements, as well as that dry British wit to the whole
        affair, and it sits well in this Reviewer’s stomach.
        
        With that clear, let’s attack the rest of the components of
        this meal.  Check Mate presents a diverse cast of characters
        and handles those characters quite well.  Even the
        occasional stock minor characters is gifted with a
        particular spark of flavor that makes them just a bit more
        three-dimensional.  There was obviously care taken by the
        chef to make the characters more than the title of their
        jobs, no matter how stereotypical they may seem at first
        blush, and that defiance of stereotype is appreciated.
        
        The plot takes some interesting turns in the classic recipe
        of ‘military-killer-robot-goes-haywire’ (and yes, that IS a
        classic by this point!) while keeping its feet grounded in
        the realm of near-future technology.  The initial start is a
        bit more mellow than I expected it would be.  In fact, it
        veers dangerously close to an extended info-dump, yet it
        wasn’t to the point of off-putting.  It was a thick crust of
        necessary exposition but, past that initial bit, the pacing
        turns into a even and consistent flow of action and events,
        leading to a rather enjoyable final course.
        
        Stylistically, Check Mate is solid.  Once it hits its
        stride, the courses come along well, properly seasoned, with
        dutiful wordsmithing.  If I have any stylistic complaints,
        it’s the occasional slip of British turns-of-phrase in a
        distinctly American setting.  Naturally, most readers
        probably won’t catch these, as I barely did and I’m a bit of
        an Anglophile, so I don’t see this detracting from most
        people’s meals.
        
        My one real quibble with this particular meal is I wish
        there was a bit more done from the haywire military robot’s
        point-of-view.  Not much, but there were a few bits early on
        that gives the reader some flashes of what is going on and I
        found those particularly brilliant while not giving away the
        overarching plot.  Some more scenes like that I think would
        have added a bit of needed spice at points during the last
        half of the book (into which I can delve no deeper because
        SPOILERS!).
        
        To bring it all together, Check Mate is a tasty near-future
        military romp mixing some dark comedy with killer robots! 
        It’s not *quite* perfect, but it’s really quite good and I
        can gladly recommend this meal to any lover of
        science-fiction or enjoys a splash of distinctly British
        dark humor with their meals!  Remember, again, to check out
        the Starving Interview to get a glimpse into the mind behind
        the book.
        
        FINAL VERDICT: **** (A tasty near-future military romp
        mixing some dark comedy with killer robots!)  4 out of 5 
        (visitor)

More By This Author

Check Mate

Michelle Knight

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Genres: Science Fiction, Humour

Words: 52000

Ebook Price: $5.95

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Paperback price: $8.10

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Life is a game of chess and we have been programming our computers to play it for generations; each time honing the programs to work smarter, faster, with more efficiency and higher accuracy than ever before.

A stroke of fate saw two memory cards being swapped. In a military laboratory, the most powerful game of chess ever written was accidentally loaded in to an experimental, highly agile, weaponised robot. From the moment they hit the run command, that robot had only one purpose ... to win the game...

Death Be Pardoner To Me

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Death Be Pardoner To Me

The Life of George, Duke of Clarence

Dorothy Davies

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Genres: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works

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The Wars of the Roses were terrible years when armies swept back and forth across England and kings were the pawns of arrogant nobles. In these savage times, three royal brothers defeated all those who would rob them of the throne but then, from within, they faced a new enemy.

One brother, driven by envy and pride, staked everything on a desperate gamble and allied himself with the imperious Earl of Warwick.

With Warwick's army at his back, a king's brother planned to remove the king.

Words: 82800

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Pages: 272

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Death Be Pardoner To Me

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Death Be Pardoner To Me

The Life of George, Duke of Clarence

Dorothy Davies

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Genres: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works

The Wars of the Roses were terrible years when armies swept back and forth across England and kings were the pawns of arrogant nobles. In these savage times, three royal brothers defeated all those who would rob them of the throne but then, from within, they faced a new enemy.

One brother, driven by envy and pride, staked everything on a desperate gamble and allied himself with the imperious Earl of Warwick.

With Warwick's army at his back, a king's brother planned to remove the king.

Words: 82800

Ebook Price: $3.95

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Death Be Pardoner To Me

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Death Be Pardoner To Me

The Life of George, Duke of Clarence

Dorothy Davies

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Genres: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works

Words: 82800

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The Wars of the Roses were terrible years when armies swept back and forth across England and kings were the pawns of arrogant nobles. In these savage times, three royal brothers defeated all those who would rob them of the throne but then, from within, they faced a new enemy.

One brother, driven by envy and pride, staked everything on a desperate gamble and allied himself with the imperious Earl of Warwick.

With Warwick's army at his back, a king's brother planned to remove the king.

The servant

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The servant

Adrian The Third

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Genres: Fantasy, Historical Fiction

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Charles Freeman, the mayor of a free city beset by raiders, accepts the service of a strange man who asks for no payment but offers to serve him as long as he is sound of mind.

From there the road to greatness begins.

Words: 87249

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The servant

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The servant

Adrian The Third

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Genres: Fantasy, Historical Fiction

Charles Freeman, the mayor of a free city beset by raiders, accepts the service of a strange man who asks for no payment but offers to serve him as long as he is sound of mind.

From there the road to greatness begins.

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The servant

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The servant

Adrian The Third

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Genres: Fantasy, Historical Fiction

Words: 87249

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Charles Freeman, the mayor of a free city beset by raiders, accepts the service of a strange man who asks for no payment but offers to serve him as long as he is sound of mind.

From there the road to greatness begins.

Black, White & Red All Over

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The Looking-Glass Earth reflects the facts and fiction of every Earth in existence, where anything you can imagine is possible. It’s the stuff you can’t imagine that creeps up behind you and bites your freaking head off…

Black, White & Red All Over

Book 1

Rob Sharp

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Genres: Science Fiction

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Three years ago, a crack team of corporate knee-breakers walked into a New York curio shop to retrieve an arcane weapon and promptly killed each other. Three weeks ago, the five ex-members of the Gatecrashers came back to life and broke out of the Company morgue.

Ex-marine and augmented soldier, John Savage aka The Sentinel, was one of them. Pursued by the Company who created him for the damning information he carries inside his symbiotic computer, he tries to piece his life back together again.

Words: 97000

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Black, White & Red All Over

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The Looking-Glass Earth reflects the facts and fiction of every Earth in existence, where anything you can imagine is possible. It’s the stuff you can’t imagine that creeps up behind you and bites your freaking head off…

Black, White & Red All Over

Book 1

Rob Sharp

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Genres: Science Fiction

Three years ago, a crack team of corporate knee-breakers walked into a New York curio shop to retrieve an arcane weapon and promptly killed each other. Three weeks ago, the five ex-members of the Gatecrashers came back to life and broke out of the Company morgue.

Ex-marine and augmented soldier, John Savage aka The Sentinel, was one of them. Pursued by the Company who created him for the damning information he carries inside his symbiotic computer, he tries to piece his life back together again.

Words: 97000

Ebook Price: $5.99

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Black, White & Red All Over

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The Looking-Glass Earth reflects the facts and fiction of every Earth in existence, where anything you can imagine is possible. It’s the stuff you can’t imagine that creeps up behind you and bites your freaking head off…

Black, White & Red All Over

Book 1

Rob Sharp

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Genres: Science Fiction

Words: 97000

Ebook Price: $5.99

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Three years ago, a crack team of corporate knee-breakers walked into a New York curio shop to retrieve an arcane weapon and promptly killed each other. Three weeks ago, the five ex-members of the Gatecrashers came back to life and broke out of the Company morgue.

Ex-marine and augmented soldier, John Savage aka The Sentinel, was one of them. Pursued by the Company who created him for the damning information he carries inside his symbiotic computer, he tries to piece his life back together again.

Sins Of The Father

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Sins Of The Father

Jake Corey

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Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Mysticism and Divination

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She is the daughter of English aristocracy and the granddaughter of ‘Jack the Ripper’ but Emma is also a serial killer. In her teens she had an affair with a Catholic Cardinal resulting in an unwanted pregnancy.

The setting is 1960s in a mining town in Nottinghamshire, England. Emma is forced to marry a miner but resumes her affair with the excommunicated Cardinal. The cardinal turned miner is tortured and meets his death in the depths of the mine at the hands of Emma’s brutal husband. But death cannot separate Emma from her former lover.

Words: 118000

Ebook Price: $4.99

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Sins Of The Father

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Sins Of The Father

Jake Corey

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Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Mysticism and Divination

She is the daughter of English aristocracy and the granddaughter of ‘Jack the Ripper’ but Emma is also a serial killer. In her teens she had an affair with a Catholic Cardinal resulting in an unwanted pregnancy.

The setting is 1960s in a mining town in Nottinghamshire, England. Emma is forced to marry a miner but resumes her affair with the excommunicated Cardinal. The cardinal turned miner is tortured and meets his death in the depths of the mine at the hands of Emma’s brutal husband. But death cannot separate Emma from her former lover.

Words: 118000

Ebook Price: $4.99

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Sins Of The Father

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Sins Of The Father

Jake Corey

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Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Mysticism and Divination

Words: 118000

Ebook Price: $4.99

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She is the daughter of English aristocracy and the granddaughter of ‘Jack the Ripper’ but Emma is also a serial killer. In her teens she had an affair with a Catholic Cardinal resulting in an unwanted pregnancy.

The setting is 1960s in a mining town in Nottinghamshire, England. Emma is forced to marry a miner but resumes her affair with the excommunicated Cardinal. The cardinal turned miner is tortured and meets his death in the depths of the mine at the hands of Emma’s brutal husband. But death cannot separate Emma from her former lover.

The Gospel Truth

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Jesus Uncovered - At Last!

The Gospel Truth

Jesus Uncovered - At Last!

David Kehoe

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Genres: Literature and Classics, Religious

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The object of man’s first worship were stones. Then the elements – wind, rain, water and fire. 4,000 years ago we worshipped the sun. Now, of course, we know better. We have a better understanding of the world. We have, in short, evolved. As man’s knowledge increases he has less use for deities. Is it a natural progression for man to outgrow his God, just as he outgrew stones, the sun and fire? Will Christianity suffer the same fate?

Understanding is the key.

Words: 138750

Ebook Price: $6.95

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The Gospel Truth

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Jesus Uncovered - At Last!

The Gospel Truth

Jesus Uncovered - At Last!

David Kehoe

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Genres: Literature and Classics, Religious

The object of man’s first worship were stones. Then the elements – wind, rain, water and fire. 4,000 years ago we worshipped the sun. Now, of course, we know better. We have a better understanding of the world. We have, in short, evolved. As man’s knowledge increases he has less use for deities. Is it a natural progression for man to outgrow his God, just as he outgrew stones, the sun and fire? Will Christianity suffer the same fate?

Understanding is the key.

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The Gospel Truth

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Jesus Uncovered - At Last!

The Gospel Truth

Jesus Uncovered - At Last!

David Kehoe

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Genres: Literature and Classics, Religious

Words: 138750

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The object of man’s first worship were stones. Then the elements – wind, rain, water and fire. 4,000 years ago we worshipped the sun. Now, of course, we know better. We have a better understanding of the world. We have, in short, evolved. As man’s knowledge increases he has less use for deities. Is it a natural progression for man to outgrow his God, just as he outgrew stones, the sun and fire? Will Christianity suffer the same fate?

Understanding is the key.

The Fox And The Gander

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The Fox And The Gander

Michael D. Card

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Genres: Humour

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The year is 1961 and Roddy Matthews, chief sub-editor with a small town newspaper, the Muddley Chronicle, is press-ganged by his editor into participating in a week of survival and initiative exercises. The event, sponsored by Madison Neoplastics, a local company, is to take place in a remote Scottish location provided by a department of the Royal Navy whose function is to look after the leisure interests of junior ratings.

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The Fox And The Gander

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The Fox And The Gander

Michael D. Card

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Genres: Humour

The year is 1961 and Roddy Matthews, chief sub-editor with a small town newspaper, the Muddley Chronicle, is press-ganged by his editor into participating in a week of survival and initiative exercises. The event, sponsored by Madison Neoplastics, a local company, is to take place in a remote Scottish location provided by a department of the Royal Navy whose function is to look after the leisure interests of junior ratings.

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The Fox And The Gander

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The Fox And The Gander

Michael D. Card

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Genres: Humour

Words: 160720

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The year is 1961 and Roddy Matthews, chief sub-editor with a small town newspaper, the Muddley Chronicle, is press-ganged by his editor into participating in a week of survival and initiative exercises. The event, sponsored by Madison Neoplastics, a local company, is to take place in a remote Scottish location provided by a department of the Royal Navy whose function is to look after the leisure interests of junior ratings.

A Boy s Tale

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A funny story seen through the eyes of a young boy growing up in England through the 1950's and 60's

A Boy's Tale

Jim Davis

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Genres: Humour, General Fiction

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You know the more I think back to my childhood the more I’m convinced it was a little weird. Or was it my family that was a little weird, I’m not quite sure.

Mum, Dad and I lived in a mid-terraced two rooms up and two rooms down house in the north of England. I realized we weren’t rich one day when I heard Mum knocking next door and asking to borrow a couple of pennies for the train fare to town. Even in the 1950’s that wasn’t much. Anyway the old biddy next door must have been as hard up as us because Mum chucked me in the pram and pushed me to town.

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A Boy s Tale

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A funny story seen through the eyes of a young boy growing up in England through the 1950's and 60's

A Boy's Tale

Jim Davis

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Genres: Humour, General Fiction

You know the more I think back to my childhood the more I’m convinced it was a little weird. Or was it my family that was a little weird, I’m not quite sure.

Mum, Dad and I lived in a mid-terraced two rooms up and two rooms down house in the north of England. I realized we weren’t rich one day when I heard Mum knocking next door and asking to borrow a couple of pennies for the train fare to town. Even in the 1950’s that wasn’t much. Anyway the old biddy next door must have been as hard up as us because Mum chucked me in the pram and pushed me to town.

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A Boy s Tale

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A funny story seen through the eyes of a young boy growing up in England through the 1950's and 60's

A Boy's Tale

Jim Davis

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Genres: Humour, General Fiction

Words: 41709

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You know the more I think back to my childhood the more I’m convinced it was a little weird. Or was it my family that was a little weird, I’m not quite sure.

Mum, Dad and I lived in a mid-terraced two rooms up and two rooms down house in the north of England. I realized we weren’t rich one day when I heard Mum knocking next door and asking to borrow a couple of pennies for the train fare to town. Even in the 1950’s that wasn’t much. Anyway the old biddy next door must have been as hard up as us because Mum chucked me in the pram and pushed me to town.

The American Way

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The American Way

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Historical Fiction

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On January 12th, 1912 at 12 noon, 57,000 European immigrants comprised of 25 nationalities, 45 languages, (less than 10% of which spoke English), struck against one of the richest men in the world. To add to the drama, they faced a hostile governor and U. S. president, a racially motivated police force backed by the U. S. Army and the worst New England Winter on record.

Against a backdrop of wars raging in the Far East, The Balkans and North Africa, the most hotly contested U. S.

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The American Way

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The American Way

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Historical Fiction

On January 12th, 1912 at 12 noon, 57,000 European immigrants comprised of 25 nationalities, 45 languages, (less than 10% of which spoke English), struck against one of the richest men in the world. To add to the drama, they faced a hostile governor and U. S. president, a racially motivated police force backed by the U. S. Army and the worst New England Winter on record.

Against a backdrop of wars raging in the Far East, The Balkans and North Africa, the most hotly contested U. S.

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The American Way

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The American Way

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Historical Fiction

Words: 104900

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On January 12th, 1912 at 12 noon, 57,000 European immigrants comprised of 25 nationalities, 45 languages, (less than 10% of which spoke English), struck against one of the richest men in the world. To add to the drama, they faced a hostile governor and U. S. president, a racially motivated police force backed by the U. S. Army and the worst New England Winter on record.

Against a backdrop of wars raging in the Far East, The Balkans and North Africa, the most hotly contested U. S.

Operation Underworld

    • Average 5.0 from 1 ratings
      • “A fascinating and lesser-known part of Mafia and WWII history, this
        brilliantly-researched novel is quite an eye-opener!”
         
                                                                              
                                        - Shelly Marsden
                                                                              
                                         Irish World, London
          
             "Dock workers shout and swear coarsely. You can almost smell the
        creosote and tobacco smoke as they do while the impression of a New
        York metropolis coming into its own is particularly potent. As a
        narrator he never has us at a loss as to our location, and using
        something of a film maker's palate, he lets the streets and docksides
        of New York become a central character in their own right." 
                                                                              
                                            - Hilary A. White, 
                                                                              
                            The Sunday Independent,                           
                  
         
        
                     “Like a sunken treasure ship this intriguing wartime
        story has now been well and truly excavated.”  
                                                                              
                                       - Irish Daily Mail, London
         
            
        “I was a bit wary as I began reading, thinking the use of colloquial
        speech and vocabulary would make the book hard going. However I was
        wrong; instead it gives the book a distinctive flavour, alongside the
        descriptions of a bustling New York."
         
            - Annette Hart
                                                                              
                                                  Reviews Online
         
         
        Some Reader Comments:
         
        “I felt compelled to write and tell you that once into the last fifty
        pages, on my way home one evening last week, I missed my train stop by
        two stations reading the chase scene at the end."                     
                                                                              
                                       
        
                                 Christina Rossi, Philadelphia, PA 
         
                Just a quick "Thank you" for Operation Underworld. Being a
        girl, I'm usually not a fan of crime-related stuff, but I got this one
        off my boyfriend's shelf to read something during a trip - and boy,
        did the trip seem short!"
                                                                              
                                         -       Irene, Rome, Italy
         
        
         
        "I have been a history enthusiast for many years, and was frankly
        bowled over by the historical accuracy of the novel, as well as the
        effectiveness of the device used to carry the story. Historical
        fiction so often tends to be either too dry to capture one's interest
        for long, or superficial fun to read, but at the expense of historical
        accuracy. With Operation Underworld, Mr. Kelly seems to have found the
        happy medium that balances both.   
        Now of course, we are all anxiously awaiting his next historical
        novel." 
         
                                              - Lt. Geoffrey Meade, U. S. N.
                                                 San Antonio, Texas
        
        
              “I am greatly enjoying Operation Underworld. The visual and
        auditory image of the two guys in the hold of the ship striking the
        water valve in unison to the choral strains of the Anvil Chorus made
        me burst out laughing! That is such a great visual, in such a weird
        context!
                                                - Paul O’Connor, Dublin,
        Ireland
        
          5 out of 5  (visitor)

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Operation Underworld

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, General Fiction

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February, 1942. Free China is lost, the Battle of Britain has been fought and Hitler dines in Paris. World War II is nearly three years old, however the United States resists involvement. With an invitation from the Imperial Japanese Navy at Pearl Harbor everything changes.

In her first ten months of the war nearly 500 American ships are lost. The retooling of Her factories is estimated to take at least a year, and even before it is completed, the men who work in those factories must become Marines, sailors and soldiers.

The U.S.

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Operation Underworld

    • Average 5.0 from 1 ratings
      • “A fascinating and lesser-known part of Mafia and WWII history, this
        brilliantly-researched novel is quite an eye-opener!”
         
                                                                              
                                        - Shelly Marsden
                                                                              
                                         Irish World, London
          
             "Dock workers shout and swear coarsely. You can almost smell the
        creosote and tobacco smoke as they do while the impression of a New
        York metropolis coming into its own is particularly potent. As a
        narrator he never has us at a loss as to our location, and using
        something of a film maker's palate, he lets the streets and docksides
        of New York become a central character in their own right." 
                                                                              
                                            - Hilary A. White, 
                                                                              
                            The Sunday Independent,                           
                  
         
        
                     “Like a sunken treasure ship this intriguing wartime
        story has now been well and truly excavated.”  
                                                                              
                                       - Irish Daily Mail, London
         
            
        “I was a bit wary as I began reading, thinking the use of colloquial
        speech and vocabulary would make the book hard going. However I was
        wrong; instead it gives the book a distinctive flavour, alongside the
        descriptions of a bustling New York."
         
            - Annette Hart
                                                                              
                                                  Reviews Online
         
         
        Some Reader Comments:
         
        “I felt compelled to write and tell you that once into the last fifty
        pages, on my way home one evening last week, I missed my train stop by
        two stations reading the chase scene at the end."                     
                                                                              
                                       
        
                                 Christina Rossi, Philadelphia, PA 
         
                Just a quick "Thank you" for Operation Underworld. Being a
        girl, I'm usually not a fan of crime-related stuff, but I got this one
        off my boyfriend's shelf to read something during a trip - and boy,
        did the trip seem short!"
                                                                              
                                         -       Irene, Rome, Italy
         
        
         
        "I have been a history enthusiast for many years, and was frankly
        bowled over by the historical accuracy of the novel, as well as the
        effectiveness of the device used to carry the story. Historical
        fiction so often tends to be either too dry to capture one's interest
        for long, or superficial fun to read, but at the expense of historical
        accuracy. With Operation Underworld, Mr. Kelly seems to have found the
        happy medium that balances both.   
        Now of course, we are all anxiously awaiting his next historical
        novel." 
         
                                              - Lt. Geoffrey Meade, U. S. N.
                                                 San Antonio, Texas
        
        
              “I am greatly enjoying Operation Underworld. The visual and
        auditory image of the two guys in the hold of the ship striking the
        water valve in unison to the choral strains of the Anvil Chorus made
        me burst out laughing! That is such a great visual, in such a weird
        context!
                                                - Paul O’Connor, Dublin,
        Ireland
        
          5 out of 5  (visitor)

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Operation Underworld

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, General Fiction

February, 1942. Free China is lost, the Battle of Britain has been fought and Hitler dines in Paris. World War II is nearly three years old, however the United States resists involvement. With an invitation from the Imperial Japanese Navy at Pearl Harbor everything changes.

In her first ten months of the war nearly 500 American ships are lost. The retooling of Her factories is estimated to take at least a year, and even before it is completed, the men who work in those factories must become Marines, sailors and soldiers.

The U.S.

Words: 113700

Ebook Price: $7.95

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Paperback price: $14.84

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Operation Underworld

    • Average 5.0 from 1 ratings
      • “A fascinating and lesser-known part of Mafia and WWII
        history, this brilliantly-researched novel is quite an
        eye-opener!”
         
                                                                    
                                                  - Shelly Marsden
                                                                    
                                                   Irish World,
        London
          
             "Dock workers shout and swear coarsely. You can almost
        smell the creosote and tobacco smoke as they do while the
        impression of a New York metropolis coming into its own is
        particularly potent. As a narrator he never has us at a loss
        as to our location, and using something of a film maker's
        palate, he lets the streets and docksides of New York become
        a central character in their own right." 
                                                                    
                                                      - Hilary A.
        White, 
                                                                    
                                      The Sunday Independent,       
                                      
         
        
                     “Like a sunken treasure ship this intriguing
        wartime story has now been well and truly excavated.”  
                                                                    
                                                 - Irish Daily Mail,
        London
         
            
        “I was a bit wary as I began reading, thinking the use of
        colloquial speech and vocabulary would make the book hard
        going. However I was wrong; instead it gives the book a
        distinctive flavour, alongside the descriptions of a
        bustling New York."
         
            - Annette Hart
                                                                    
                                                            Reviews
        Online
         
         
        Some Reader Comments:
         
        “I felt compelled to write and tell you that once into the
        last fifty pages, on my way home one evening last week, I
        missed my train stop by two stations reading the chase scene
        at the end."                                                
                                                                    
                      
        
                                 Christina Rossi, Philadelphia, PA 
         
                Just a quick "Thank you" for Operation Underworld.
        Being a girl, I'm usually not a fan of crime-related stuff,
        but I got this one off my boyfriend's shelf to read
        something during a trip - and boy, did the trip seem
        short!"
                                                                    
                                                   -       Irene,
        Rome, Italy
         
        
         
        "I have been a history enthusiast for many years, and was
        frankly bowled over by the historical accuracy of the novel,
        as well as the effectiveness of the device used to carry the
        story. Historical fiction so often tends to be either too
        dry to capture one's interest for long, or superficial fun
        to read, but at the expense of historical accuracy. With
        Operation Underworld, Mr. Kelly seems to have found the
        happy medium that balances both.   
        Now of course, we are all anxiously awaiting his next
        historical novel." 
         
                                              - Lt. Geoffrey Meade,
        U. S. N.
                                                 San Antonio, Texas
        
        
              “I am greatly enjoying Operation Underworld. The
        visual and auditory image of the two guys in the hold of the
        ship striking the water valve in unison to the choral
        strains of the Anvil Chorus made me burst out laughing! That
        is such a great visual, in such a weird context!
                                                - Paul O’Connor,
        Dublin, Ireland
        
          5 out of 5  (visitor)

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Operation Underworld

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, General Fiction

Words: 113700

Ebook Price: $7.95

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Paperback price: $14.84

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February, 1942. Free China is lost, the Battle of Britain has been fought and Hitler dines in Paris. World War II is nearly three years old, however the United States resists involvement. With an invitation from the Imperial Japanese Navy at Pearl Harbor everything changes.

In her first ten months of the war nearly 500 American ships are lost. The retooling of Her factories is estimated to take at least a year, and even before it is completed, the men who work in those factories must become Marines, sailors and soldiers.

The U.S.

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