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  • Mail From Moscow

    Tanya Shliahov 30th March, 2021

    Kidnapped while holidaying in Moscow, Charlene Gordon must sit tight, hoping and praying Roman Sharapov reaches her before she becomes a casualty in a chilling crime.

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  • The Mourning After

    Laurie Gilbert 7th March, 2021

    The novel is a thriller. Cameron Courtenay suffers from grand mal epilepsy and comes to believe he may be committing murders while in the fugue state following his seizures.

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  • Second Chance

    sergio Polonsky 19th January, 2021

    Experiment with time travel to save a family from the Holocaust.

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  • THE LEADER OF THE WORLD- The Last Messenger

    Emanuel Grech 10th January, 2021

    A naked man is found wandering in a remote area of the Australian outback. He has an inner growing power and belief that he has been given a mission to correct the direction that humanity has taken, by any means at his disposal. He is the last messenger and the last chance Earth has of…

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  • Three Simple Steps

    Ashleigh Littlewood 3rd December, 2020

    If I want to have beautiful skin like the woman in the kitchen. I must cleanse, tone, moisturise.

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  • Riddle

    Jennifer Jashanmal 29th November, 2020

    This is a film script: The race for encryption machines in 1918.

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  • these ragged old bones-book one

    joanne oneill 26th November, 2020

    my writing is about redemption and death. i have stories of lovers and observations of the world around me. i love reading and writing about the depths of darkness and what might lie beyond. sometimes my writing is reaching the surface of what seems an endless struggle to reach the light. it is about the…

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  • Togetherhate

    Doug McNaught 26th November, 2020

    This is a long novel, a tapestry of life in Rural Queensland with all the characters, the localities, the climate and the social life so finely pictured that not a single aspect of the portrayal jars. Inevitable I was reminded of John Steinbecks wonderful pen pictures of rural America and the unique characters who dwelt…

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  • Haunting Harold

    Robert Tall 24th November, 2020

    A young man endures maturation with a horrid companion: his spiritual guide, a tormented apparition of Happy Harold.

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  • Song of the Butterflies

    Robert Leslie 22nd November, 2020

    The Zimbabwean War of Liberation, also known as the 2nd Chimurenga, ripped Southern Rhodesia apart for two decades as influential political leaders urged their forces to sweep across the land, wreaking havoc in their relentless pursuit to force the hated European colonialists from the country. As bloody and brutal were the terrorists, there appeared a…

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