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  1. The Engklimastat by Mark P Henderson

    The Engklimastat by Mark P Henderson

    Mark Henderson’s novel, The Engklimastat (“that which prevents or stops crime or law-breaking”) weaves a fast-paced story of drama, treachery and love around the question posed by the title; what would happen to modern society if crime became impossible? The story weaves nail-biting drama into moments of laugh-out-loud hilarity as it follows Henderson’s unlikely protagonists, the hapless Solomon Threep and the dynamic Theresa Greene, who are both used and pursued by the demon Hypostates. As the drama unfolds it becomes only too clear, with the logical inevitability that is Henderson’s trademark, how much modern society relies on crime just to function, let alone to flourish.

    Listen to Mark's interview with Talk Radio Europe's Hannah Murray on 'the book programme' here.

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    Starting at: £2.99

  2. The Accidental Spurrt by Walt Pilcher

    The Accidental Spurrt by Walt Pilcher

    In The Accidental Spurrt, reluctant undercover investigator Mark Fairley must unearth the dangerous secret that threatens the future of troubled energy drink company Spurr Nutritionals. In Walt Pilcher’s fast-moving tale of mystery, danger, greed and international in-fighting, he pops the cork (as it were) on the shenanigans of big business and how its tendrils reach far and wide. Learn More

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  3. Michael's Story - Free ebook

    Michael's Story - Free ebook

    “Michael’s story” was written for Michael Holyland, a 15 year old Elite Dangerous player who died on 22nd May 2019. It was created in 3 days from start to finish, by the combined talents of Frontier Developments and the Elite Dangerous player community.

    Best selling novelist Drew Wagar wrote the story, Antony Taylor created the amazing cover, Anthony Hunt created the iconic Eagle glyph, Commander Cryptic Echo, Commander Orange Phoenix, their respective teams and numerous Elite: Dangerous players contributed to the project by creating materials that are still being used to promote this touching tribute to a brave and inspirational Commander.

    An audiobook version was also produced as by the end his treatment was affecting Michael's ability to see. This was produced using the magnificent soundscape of Elite: Dangerous by Frontier Developments and features stunning performances by Amelia Tyler, Richard Reed and Jay Britton. It was edited by Joe Hogan and produced by Zac Antonaci. It is available for free on Drew's website here

    This story would not exist without Michael's Uncle Matt Westhorpe reaching out over Twitter to help bring this project together. Thank you Matt, you are the best Uncle a boy could ask for.

    Please enjoy this free ebook and consider making a donation to Michael's Cancer Research UK page

    Thank you.

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  4. Exiles by Daniel Blythe

    Exiles by Daniel Blythe

    In Daniel Blythe’s Exiles, a group of juveniles have developed a kind of society on The Edge, living and working in the shadow of their crashed spaceship. Some have already died before Bethany Kane arrives and sets foot on a planet’s surface for the first time in her life. The teenage exiles face many challenges including storms, power failure and illness and are in no hurry to welcome a newcomer. Beth struggles to adjust, to fit in with the group, and to try to earn the respect of the leader Zach, and the angry Mia.

    A violent event shatters their fragile ties and loyalties. The youngsters are keeping secrets from each other. But Beth too nurses a secret; one that will prove decisive in the battle for survival.

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  5. Shadeward: Enervation by Drew Wagar

    Shadeward: Enervation by Drew Wagar

    Third book in the Sci-Fi Shadeward series, Enervation by Drew Wagar, continues the story that unfolded in books 1 & 2, Emanation and Exoneration. Kiri and Zoella’s paths cross once more and this time there is no going back. Not even the heroic Meru and the might of the Mobilis can stop the priestesses of Drayden now they have learnt the secret of Amar. Don’t let the fantastical landscape lull you into thinking you are reading fantasy. The science behind this book is rock solid and diligently researched. Learn More

    Starting at: £3.50

  6. Gravity's Arrow by Jack Mann

    Gravity's Arrow by Jack Mann

    Set several thousand years in the future, Gravity’s Arrow follows Fhiro and his family as they are forced to confront divided loyalties, powerful empires and zealots who will stop at nothing. Hoping to find safety on an unremarkable planet, they find themselves under threat again when a remarkable secret is uncovered in an archaeological dig. Faced with enemies who want only their destruction, stampeding wild beasts, betrayal and fear, the family hides out as best it can but as events spiral out of control and different fundamentalist factions clash, it is Fhiro himself who must dig deep and face his own inner demons. Learn More

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  7. The Star Protocol by the Marett Brothers

    The Star Protocol by the Marett Brothers

    The Star Protocol is a fast-moving science-fiction adventure, a first novel by the Marett brothers, Ramon and Simon, each of whom is an experienced writer. The story opens in the deserts of Iraq with a chase that becomes a hostage situation, as the hunters become the quarry. Delta Force soldiers, Will and Dash, along with their British MI6 colleague, John, are on the trail of a known terrorist who they have cornered inside the ancient temple of Ur. Flushing him out should be routine, but they are wary of ambush in this maze-like structure, and they must be quick, there are others hunting them and closing in. When they discover that there are civilian archaeologists inside who have been taken hostage, they are horrified. But when the temple shows its age-old secret, they find out what trouble really means.

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  8. The Forge by various authors

    The Forge by various authors

    Created from the best and brightest of our Fire and Ice competition entry. Foreword by Simon Fisher-Becker. Learn More

    Starting at: £2.99

  9. Falling Into Crime - The Annie Raymond Mysteries by Penny Grubb

    Falling Into Crime - The Annie Raymond Mysteries by Penny Grubb

    Falling into Crime comprises the first three of Penny Grubb’s private investigator crime novels. This re-edited trilogy follows Annie Raymond from her first chaotic venture into her chosen profession, through her early struggles, to her emergence as a true professional. It’s a page-turning, fast and turbulent ride, leaving Annie no space to appraise the ambition that took her life on this particular course. Once forced to face it, she knows that a fundamental re-evaluation is long overdue, but the push comes from an unwelcome source that proves more of a threat than anything she has faced before.

    The trilogy includes the winner of the 2004 international Crime Writers’ Association Dagger, The Doll Makers, along with John Creasy Dagger nominee, Like False Money, and The Jawbone Gang.

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    Starting at: £4.99

  10. Resistance by Alex Janaway

    Resistance by Alex Janaway

    Alex Janaway’s second fantasy novel, Resistance, continues his End of Empire series that began with Vanquished. Resistance is a fast-moving fantasy adventure that picks up the story in the aftermath of the war whose aim was to extinguish all human life and follows the fortunes of four key characters: ex-arena champion, Father Michael, bodyguard to the heir of Tissan; Eagle Rider, Owen Derle; the thief and chancer, Cade; and Captain Sabin Fillion, half-human, half-elf. 

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    Starting at: £3.49

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