Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

March 6, 2018

The Girl on Prytania Street

"The Girl on Prytania Street" by Kira Saito

| Facebook | Twitter | It isn't a conspiracy if it's true... Kate Givens used to have it all, a loving husband, a successful career as a journalist at a major New York City newspaper and a teenage daughter who was the center of her world. Three years later, Kate is a shadow of her former self. She spends too much time indulging in bad habits, stalking her ex-husband and obsessing over the endless possibilities as to what really happened to her missing daughter. Everything changes the day she is forced to go to New Orleans to cover a story that has shocked the entire country. In this strange and haunting city, she starts to see and hear things that she shouldn't. Her world begins to unravel further and shocking secrets that have been well hidden slowly come to light. What is real? What is imagined? Who is really responsible for her daughter's disappearance? Who is the puppet master?  In this addictively gripping thriller, nothing is what is seems and no one can be trusted.

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February 25, 2018

Resting the Current

"Resting the Current" by Jennifer Marie

Cassidy Jones was used to being alone. When her mother passed away, her father turned to alcohol leaving Cassidy to look after herself. She spent her days alone, floating on a river, content in her routine away from her abusive father. That was until she met the man that would change everything.  Landon Reynolds left his life in Los Angeles hoping for a change. He purchased a house on the river with the hope of starting over intending to never fall in love again.  When Cassidy met Landon she knew she should avoid falling in love. They tried just to be friends, but as the summer grew hotter so did their desire to be together. When the summer was over Cassidy knew she would never see Landon again. That's why she was shocked when she saw him in her sixth period class.  *He was her new history teacher*

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February 21, 2018

The Martialis Incident

"The Martialis Incident" by M.E. Ellington

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February 17, 2018

The Powers Alone

"The Powers Alone: The First Principle" by Mark Everett Stone

Two-thousand years ago, Rome fell to an ancient curse called the Scourge. It took the Collegium—a cabal of powerful wizards—to finally eradicate the menace. Two millennia of expansion and reconstruction saw humanity once again ascendant in the world while the Collegium faded from glory, slowly becoming a relic in the eyes of a society that thought it no longer needed them. Sejanus Antius Macro, known as the wizard Diamondfang, is the embodiment of the First Principle of Magic, Ritual and Repetition. Armed with a certainty that the Scourge will return and uncertain whether the faded remains of the Collegium will be strong enough to drive it off, he and his comrades seek the heir to the greatest wizard of the Collegium, the One of All. For centuries wizards have scoured the known world for The One but to no avail. Sejanus believes that his only recourse is to travel beyond the frontier to the lands of the savage red men, the people who have successfully resisted the Empire for four-hundred years. Armed with his raven familiar, Lucius, and centuries of experience, he undertakes a journey in an effort to save the empire he swore to protect. But can even a near-immortal wizard survive in a land from where the great Legions of Britannia never returned?

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