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Quietly confident by Kate James

Quietly confident

Kate James

Career coach and self-professed introvert Kate James has heard hundreds of smart, creative introverts tell a similar story: despite being motivated and hardworking, they aren't where they want to be in their careers or personal lives. At work, they don't speak...

Plan B by Anne Lamott

Plan B

Anne Lamott

As Anne Lamott knows, the world is a dangerous place. Terrorism and war have become the new normal. Environmental devastation looms even closer. And there are personal demands on her faith as well - getting older; her mother's Alzheimer's; her son's...

Hope by Rosie Batty


Rosie Batty

On a warm summer's evening in February 2014, eleven-year-old Luke Batty was killed by his father at cricket practice. It was a horrific act of family violence that shocked Australia. The next morning, his mother Rosie bravely stood before the media. Her...

Danubia by Simon Winder


Simon Winder

Longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction For centuries much of Europe was in the hands of the very peculiar Habsburg family. An unstable mixture of wizards, obsessives, melancholics, bores, musicians and warriors, they saw off - through luck,...

Vegemite by Jamie Callister


Jamie Callister

Today Vegemite is recognised around the world, but when the salty black paste was first produced in 1923 the public wasn't interested. In fact, it took another 15 years and a world war before we embraced it. Vegemite shares the fascinating tale of Cyril...

Balcony over Jerusalem by John Lyons

Balcony over Jerusalem

John Lyons

Leading Australian journalist John Lyons takes listeners on a fascinating personal journey through the wonders and dangers of the Middle East. In this updated edition, Lyons draws from his years living in Jerusalem to give context to the devastating war...

The life of birds by David Attenborough

The life of birds

David Attenborough

Birds. Over 9000 species, the most widespread of all animals: on icebergs, in the Sahara or under the sea, at home in our gardens or flying for over a year at a time. Earthbound, we can only look and listen, enjoying their lightness, freedom and richness of...

The man who saved Britain by Simon Winder

The man who saved Britain

Simon Winder

After victory in World War II, Britain was a relieved but also a profoundly traumatized country. Simon Winder, born into this nation of uncertain identity, fell in love (as many before and since) with the man created as the antidote, a quintessentially British...

The curveball by Colby Sharma

The curveball

Colby Sharma

Featuring a foreword by Robin Sharma. Inspiring, valuable and ultimately transformational, this unique audiobook will help you: - Win the game of life while experiencing joy, peace and grace. - Find the courage to realise your dreams and live your greatness in...

This changes everything by Niki Bezzant

This changes everything

Niki Bezzant

In this engaging, easy-to-read book, expert health writer Niki Bezzant shares the latest specialist research and advice along with personal stories from real women to answer the most important questions women have about the hottest of topics. From bodies to...

Your wild and precious life by Liz Jensen

Your wild and precious life

Liz Jensen

My son's death will never make sense to me. But it has taught me that it's possible to find meaning, collectively and individually, in the loss of what we love. And in finding them, transform. Resilience is a seed that we all bear inside us. It germinates in...

The everything guide by Niki Bezzant

The everything guide

Niki Bezzant

Feel your best -- for the rest of your life. The essential new book from bestselling health writer and trusted menopause advocate Niki Bezzant, author of This Changes Everything. In The Everything Guide, Niki brings together her decades of research and writing...

The modern art of war by Hunter Liguore

The modern art of war

Hunter Liguore

Sun Tzu's Art of War has been read mostly as a book of war strategies that teaches us how to beat our opponents on the battlefield. The Modern Art of War presents a new interpretation: it isn't about conquering your enemies, devising strategies to overtake...

Germania by Simon Winder


Simon Winder

There are many reasons to be fascinated by Germany: forests, architecture and fairy tales, not to mention its history and inhabitants' penchant for very peculiar food. Our distant and often maligned cousin, this is a place in which innumerable strange...

Killing for country by David Marr

Killing for country

David Marr

David Marr was shocked to discover forebears who served with the brutal Native Police in the bloodiest years on the frontier. Killing for Country is the result - a soul-searching Australian history. This is a richly detailed saga of politics and power in the...

Outspoken by Sima Samar


Sima Samar

Dr Sima Samar has been fighting for equality and justice for most of her life. Born into a polygamous family, she learned early that girls had inferior status, and she had to agree to an arranged marriage if she wanted to go to university. By the time she was...

Rethinking diabetes by Gary Taubes

Rethinking diabetes

Gary Taubes

Over 400 million people around the world have been diagnosed with diabetes. Before the discovery of insulin, diabetes was treated through diet, from eating purely meat to the reliance on fats, and repeated fasting. After two centuries of conflicting medical...

The secret lives of booksellers and librarians by James Patterson

The secret lives of booksellers and librarians

James Patterson

To be a bookseller or librarian ... You have to play detective. Be a treasure hunter. A matchmaker. An advocate. A visionary. A person who creates 'book joy' by pulling a book from a shelf, handing it to someone and saying, 'You've got to read this. You're...

Lotharingia by Simon Winder


Simon Winder

In AD 843, the three surviving grandsons of the great Emperor Charlemagne met at Verdun. After years of bitter squabbles over who would inherit the family land, they finally decided to divide the territory and go their separate ways. In a moment of staggering...

The war below by Ernest Scheyder

The war below

Ernest Scheyder

The world is moving towards replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy. But building electric vehicles, solar panels, and millions of other devices requires digging more mines. Critical minerals are vital to many sustainable technologies, and the competition...

Somehow by Anne Lamott


Anne Lamott

Love is our only hope. It is not always the easiest choice, but it is always the right one, the noble path, the way home to safety, no matter how bleak the future looks. Anne Lamott explores the transformative power that love has in our lives - how it...

The psychology of secrets by Andrew Gold

The psychology of secrets

Andrew Gold

We all keep secrets. 97 per cent of us are hiding a secret right now, and on average we each hold thirteen at any one time. There's a one-in-two chance that those secrets involve a breach of trust, a lie or a financial impropriety. They are the stuff of...

The underdog by Colby Sharma

The underdog

Colby Sharma

Featuring a foreword by Robin Sharma. In this gripping, thought-provoking audiobook, listeners will learn: - How to tap into their own personal 'underdog' as a source of personal power - A discussion of the 'inner saboteur' concept and why overcoming it is...

Undercover copper by Danni Brooke

Undercover copper

Danni Brooke

For over a decade, Danni Brooke was one of the most effective female undercover cops in the UK, one of a very small number of women in the Met's elite unit. She was so successful at taking down criminals she was seconded to forces around the country. Whether...

Garden to save the world by Joe Clark

Garden to save the world

Joe Clark

Nature enthusiast Joe Clark is here to help you make the most of the outdoors, whether or not you have a garden of your own. Garden to Save the World covers everything from growing your own food and eating seasonally to keeping vital ecosystems alive by...

Sister Viv by Grantlee Kieza

Sister Viv

Grantlee Kieza

Bangka Island, 1942. Vivian Bullwinkel was just 26 when Japanese soldiers marched her and her fellow nurses into the shallow waters of a remote beach to be executed. Miraculously, Vivian would be the lone survivor - and she committed the rest of her life to an...

Untouchable girls by Jools Topp

Untouchable girls

Jools Topp

Iconic Kiwi comic, country music, yodelling, lesbian duo - in their own words Jools and Lynda Topp aka The Topp Twins tell this story in their own words, describing their adventurous lives through laugh-out-loud anecdotes and heartwarming tales. As well as...

Unmasked by Bryce Corbett


Bryce Corbett

Whether via the numerous media reports, 60 Minutes specials, Women's Weekly cover stories or her first book, Everything To Live For, we know about the why, how and what of that fateful day in September 2011. We know how she died four times on the operating...

A body made of glass by Caroline Crampton

A body made of glass

Caroline Crampton

An ache, a pain, a mysterious lump, a strange sensation in some part of your body, the feeling that something is not right. The fear that something is, in fact, very wrong. These could be symptoms of illness. But they could also be the symptoms of hypochondria...

Everything must go by Dorian Lynskey

Everything must go

Dorian Lynskey

Read by the author, Dorian Lysnkey. 'I was blown away by this book. The staggering range of references, the razor-sharp analysis, the wisdom, left me gasping out loud at times. Lynskey also somehow manages to make a book about the end of the world feel . . ....

Deep is the fen by Lili Wilkinson

Deep is the fen

Lili Wilkinson

Merriwether Morgan doesn't need a happily-ever-after. Her life in the idyllic town of Candlecott is fine just as it is - simple, happy and with absolutely no magic. Magic only ever leads to trouble. But Merry's best friend, Teddy, is joining the Toadmen - a...

Crossing the line by Tia Fisher

Crossing the line

Tia Fisher

SHORTLISTED FOR THE YOTO CARNEGIE MEDAL 2024. 'Do you feel safe?' A powerful novel exploring how teenagers can be swept up into county lines. Erik's life has been falling apart ever since his dad died. Homework and being good at school stop feeling important...

What walks these halls by Amy Clarkin

What walks these halls

Amy Clarkin

A prickling sensation grew on the back of her neck, spreading up her scalp. It was the feeling of being watched. She whirled to face the doorway but it was empty. Raven O'Sullivan doesn't remember what happened in Hyacinth House five years ago. When her father...

The reappearance of Rachel Price by Holly Jackson

The reappearance of Rachel Price

Holly Jackson

18-year-old Bel has lived her whole life in the shadow of her mum's mysterious disappearance. Sixteen years ago, Rachel Price vanished, and young Bel was the only witness. Rachel is gone, presumed dead. The case is dragged up from the past when the Price...

King of nothing by Nathanael Lessore

King of nothing

Nathanael Lessore

From the Yoto Carnegie Medal shortlisted author of Steady For This comes a hilarious and heartwarming new teen comedy! ANTON AND HIS FRIENDS ARE THE KINGS OF YEAR 9. They're used to ruling the school and Anton wears the crown. The other kids run away when he's...

Mission microraptor by Philip Kavvadias

Mission microraptor

Philip Kavvadias

Two boys and a microraptor. A dark, mysterious forest. And a squad of army-trained mercenaries searching for them. What could possibly go wrong? Falling behind their classmates on a school trip to the Alps, Finn and Milo stumble upon an egg buried in ice....

Magic animal friends treasury. Vol. 8 by Daisy Meadows

Magic animal friends treasury. Vol. 8

Daisy Meadows

Jasmine Whizzpaws' Rescue Race: Join best friends Lily and Jess in the magical land of Friendship Forest, where animals can talk! The wicked witch Grizelda has a nasty plan to take over the forest by forcing everyone out with a horrible bad-weather spell. Can...

It's not the end of the world by Judy Blume

It's not the end of the world

Judy Blume

Karen's parents have always argued, and lately they've been getting worse. But when her father announces that they're going to get divorced, it seems as if Karen's whole world will fall apart. Her brother, Jeff, blames their mum. Her kid sister, Amy, asks...

Double trouble at the dead zoo by Alan Nolan

Double trouble at the dead zoo

Alan Nolan

Dublin, 1859. Bram Stoker - boy seeking adventure (and things to write about) Molly Malone - part-time sneak thief and full-time Dublin legend! When Bram and his best pal Molly meet a lonely boy called Sanjit in Dublin's Natural History Museum, they can see he...

Graeme Base collection: vol. 3 by Graeme Base

Graeme Base collection: vol. 3

Graeme Base

Listeners young and old will delight in this collection from award-winning multi-million copy bestselling Australian author Graeme Base. Get ready to explore and discover on this audio adventure that will take listeners from disasters in the garden to a big...

Star girl. Space agent-in-training collection by Louise Park

Star girl. Space agent-in-training collection

Louise Park

Spilling Secrets: Planet Catlabrator is awash with water and the catralabs are drowning. When Space Agent Star Girl is sent to investigate with SA Asteroid she learns that some mission buddies are more trouble than they're worth. Can she work with Asteroid to...

Sylvanian families. Freya's Birthday Surprise

Sylvanian families. Freya's Birthday Surprise

Come and celebrate Freya the Chocolate Rabbit's birthday with all her friends in the Sylvanian Village in this sweet audiobook, based on the animation Freya's Happy Diary, now showing on YouTube! It's Freya's birthday and she's having a party, but her best...

The book that broke the world by Mark Lawrence

The book that broke the world

Mark Lawrence

We fight for the people we love. We fight for the ideas we want to be true. Evar and Livira stand side by side and yet far beyond each other's reach. Evar is forced to flee the library, driven before an implacable foe. Livira, trapped in a ghost world, has to...

The brothers by Kimberley Chambers

The brothers

Kimberley Chambers

You don't want to be on the wrong side of this family ... Beau Bond hates fiercely and loves hard. He'll do anything to protect his twin Brett, and his girlfriend Jolene. Brett is a survivor. He's always followed his brother's lead, even if it means he's lived...

The innocents by Bridget Walsh

The innocents

Bridget Walsh

The Variety Palace Music Hall is in trouble, due in no small part to a gruesome spate of murders that unfolded around it a few months previously. Between writing, managing the music hall and trying to dissuade her boss from installing a water tank in the...

The household by Stacey Halls

The household

Stacey Halls

From the Sunday Times bestseller and winner of the Women's Prize Futures Award, the captivating, highly anticipated new novel, inspired by real historical figures and events. London, 1847. In a quiet house in the countryside outside London, the finishing...

The wild date palm by Diane Armstrong

The wild date palm

Diane Armstrong

During a train journey across Turkey's Anatolian Plain in 1915 during World War I, Shoshana Adelstein witnesses the slaughter of the Armenians and knows she has just come face to face with her destiny. Convinced that her Jewish community in a small outpost of...

The four by Ellie Keel

The four

Ellie Keel

We were always The Four. From our very first day at High Realms. The four scholarship pupils. Outsiders in a world of power and privilege. It would have made our lives a lot easier if Marta had simply pushed Genevieve out of our bedroom window that day....

The secret keepers by Tilly Bagshawe

The secret keepers

Tilly Bagshawe

The beautiful bastide at Beaulieu-sur-Mer has always been an idyllic retreat for the Challant family, a place of glorious memories and sun-drenched summers. But the summer of 1928 changes everything. One humid, stormy night, a young local boy suffers a fatal...

Can I steal you for a second? by Jodi McAlister

Can I steal you for a second?

Jodi McAlister

When you sign up to a dating show, you're supposed to fall in love with the male lead, not another contestant ... A delightful romantic comedy with ALL the feels, by one of Australia's leading romance experts. Mandie Mitchell will do anything to get over her...

On Mother Brown's doorstep by Mary Jane Staples

On Mother Brown's doorstep

Mary Jane Staples

As wedding bells ring, Walworth is turned upside down by tragic events ... Susie Brown is overjoyed when her brother, Will, turns up unexpectedly on leave from service in time for her wedding to Sammy Adams. But Will's leave is an extended one due to bad...

Looking good dead by Peter James

Looking good dead

Peter James

Detective Superintendent Roy Grace has to solve a disturbing murder whilst protecting an innocent eye witness in Looking Good Dead by award winning crime author Peter James, read by Daniel Weyman. When a young woman's body is found butchered in Brighton, Roy...

Escape to the Rome apartment by Kerry Fisher

Escape to the Rome apartment

Kerry Fisher

Sara has lost her zest for life. Trapped sharing a house with her soon-to-be-ex-husband, with grown-up children who still need her but take her for granted, working in a job where her boss bullies her, the final straw is the heartbreak of losing her beloved...

Still see you everywhere by Lisa Gardner

Still see you everywhere

Lisa Gardner

A remote tropical island. Countless dangerous secrets. No way to call help. Missing persons specialist Frankie Elkin is on an isolated island off the coast of Hawaii. Her mission: to find Lani, the missing sister of a Death Row serial killer known as the...

Not dead enough by Peter James

Not dead enough

Peter James

Detective Superintendent Roy Grace thinks he's found a serial killer, but not everything is as it seems in Not Dead Enough, by award-winning crime author Peter James, read by Daniel Weyman. A beautiful socialite is dead. Roy Grace's leading suspect, her...

Not here to make friends by Jodi McAlister

Not here to make friends

Jodi McAlister

Reality TV producer Murray O'Connell is used to being in control. He's the showrunner for reality dating show Marry Me, Juliet, and that means he's the boss: he controls the cast, the crew and the story. Until Lily Fireball turns up. Lily is everything viewers...

Murder takes root by Rosie Sandler

Murder takes root

Rosie Sandler

This time, she's been commissioned by Lady Clara of Ashford Manor to restore the stately gardens to their former glory. But the estate is suddenly thrown into chaos when a dead body is discovered in one of the rooms. The police rule it as suicide, though...

Date with justice by Julia Chapman

Date with justice

Julia Chapman

Date with Justice, the ninth novel in Julia's Chapman's witty and engaging Dales Detective series, sees Delilah's brother under suspicion of murder. Can Delilah and Samson prove he's innocent? The Dales Detective Agency is on the brink of closure. Samson...

Mania by Lionel Shriver


Lionel Shriver

In a reality not too distant from our own, where the so-called Mental Parity Movement has taken hold, the worst thing you can call someone is 'stupid'. Everyone is equally clever, and discrimination based on intelligence is 'the last great civil rights...

Martyr! by Kaveh Akbar


Kaveh Akbar

A most anticipated book of 2024 for Time, Nylon, Oprah, Marie Claire and CNN One of Sarah Jessica Parker's Books of the Year 'I will carry this story, and the people in it, with me for the rest of my life' - John Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars 'Smart,...

The engraver's secret by Lisa Medved

The engraver's secret

Lisa Medved

Spanish Netherlands, 1620s. Raised by her father Lucas to know her mind, Antonia Vorsterman sees everything that goes on in her world - all the rivalries and jealousies that course through the artists' studios and workshops of Antwerp. Drawn into the lively...

Better left unsent by Lia Louis

Better left unsent

Lia Louis

Millie Chandler is known at work as the nice receptionist who got dumped by the company hotshot, and ever since then, she has vowed to keep everything to herself - her feelings, her hopes, and especially her fears. No one can hurt her if they don't know how...

Killarney by Nikki Mottram


Nikki Mottram

When child protection worker Dana Gibson arrives in the sleepy rural town of Killarney, she has one goal in mind - locate the whereabouts of foster child Jayden Maloney and return him to care. What she isn't anticipating is an unexpected attraction to her...

The intruders by Louise Jensen

The intruders

Louise Jensen

It should be the perfect opportunity: a manor house available rent free in exchange for a bit of housesitting. But when Cass and James dig deeper, they find the place has been abandoned since a robbery left almost all the inhabitants dead almost 30 years ago....

Sparks of bright matter by Leeanne O'Donnell

Sparks of bright matter

Leeanne O'Donnell

When ambitious apprentice chemist and secret alchemist Peter Woulfe is tasked with caring for a mysterious illustrated book, the Mutus Liber, he quickly realises that the grimy underworld of Georgian London is even more dangerous than he first believed. Soon...

Nobody's darling by Josephine Cox

Nobody's darling

Josephine Cox

Lizzie Miller worries for her family - money is short in their little house, but her beautiful daughter Ruby vows to give them all a better life. Working as a maid for Mr Banks, Ruby befriends his shy and gentle daughter, Cicely. The two girls hatch a...

Verity by Colleen Hoover


Colleen Hoover

Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling writer on the brink of financial ruin when she accepts the job offer of a lifetime. Jeremy Crawford, husband of bestselling author Verity Crawford, has hired Lowen to complete the remaining books in a successful series his...

Dead simple by Peter James

Dead simple

Peter James

Meet Detective Superintendent Roy Grace on his unforgettable first major case by award winning crime author Peter James, read by Daniel Weyman. It was meant to be a harmless stag-night prank. But a few hours later, the groom has disappeared and his friends are...

The royal librarian by Daisy Wood

The royal librarian

Daisy Wood

Windsor, 1940. War rages, and as bombs rain down across Britain, nowhere is safe: not even a royal palace. Secretly tasked with foiling a suspected plot, Sophie Klein is placed in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle, where the princesses reside. But when she...

Crosshairs by James Patterson


James Patterson

A killer uses fearsome precision to take out impossible targets. Detective Michael Bennett teams with a shooting expert - a former Army Ranger and sniper with NYPD's Emergency Services Unit. But Officer Rob Trilling seems more comfortable with rifles than he...

The Miller women by Kelli Hawkins

The Miller women

Kelli Hawkins

When a teenage girl goes missing, Nicola Miller fears for her own daughter. Not for Abby's mental health or safety, but that she might have had something to do with it. She worries her daughter is a killer. Just like her. Nicola has never told the truth about...

A Sicilian affair by Susan Lewis

A Sicilian affair

Susan Lewis

Some secrets are too devastating to share ... A fresh start where no-one knows her name is exactly what Catie is looking for from her Sicilian escape. When Catie meets handsome Giancarlo, she has stumbled across a love that could last forever ... if only she...

A calamity of souls by David Baldacci

A calamity of souls

David Baldacci

Jack Lee is a white lawyer from Freeman County, Virginia, who has never done anything to push back against racism, until he decides to represent Jerome Washington, a Black man charged with killing an elderly and wealthy white couple. Doubting his decision, Lee...

A clock stopped dead by J. M. (Jean M.) Hall

A clock stopped dead

J. M. (Jean M.) Hall

Retired teachers Pat, Liz and Thelma are happiest whiling away their hours over coffee, cake and chat at the Thirsk Garden Centre café. But when their good friend Marguerite claims to have uncovered a mysterious charity shop that has since vanished, they...

My favourite mistake by Marian Keyes

My favourite mistake

Marian Keyes

Anna has just lost her taste for the big apple ... Anna has a life to envy. An apartment in New York. A well-meaning (too well-meaning?) partner. And a high-flying job in beauty PR. Who wouldn't want all that? Anna - it turns out. Turning a minor mid-life...

The river's edge by Joy Ellis

The river's edge

Joy Ellis

A series of gruesome murders on the Lincolnshire fens. An old enemy from the past. A deadly game of cat and mouse. The peaceful little village of Saltern-le-Fen is buzzing with excitement. A film crew are in town, shooting a new TV police drama, Fen Division...

The devil's flute murders by Seishi Yokomizo

The devil's flute murders

Seishi Yokomizo

Amid the rubble of post-war Tokyo, inside the grand Tsubaki house, a once-noble family is in mourning. The old viscount Tsubaki - a brooding, troubled composer - has been found dead. When the family gather for a divination to conjure the spirit of their...

Looking out by Fiona (Novelist) author. McCallum

Looking out

Fiona (Novelist) author. McCallum

Beneath the facade not everything is as it seems ... On the surface Natasha and Mitchell live an idyllic life in the Adelaide Hills with their two daughters and kelpie cross. While both have busy careers, they ensure time is spent with family and friends....

Erasure by Percival Everett


Percival Everett

Thelonious 'Monk' Ellison's once-acclaimed writing career has bottomed out: his latest manuscript has been rejected by seventeen publishers. He seethes on the sidelines of the literary establishment as he watches the meteoric success of We's Lives in Da...

Zelda's cut by Philippa Gregory

Zelda's cut

Philippa Gregory

For years, Isobel Latimer has composed serious novels for serious people, but to dwindling acclaim and ever-more dwindling gain. Now her husband is ill and she must carry their financial burden alone, and in secret. But if the public don't want careful moral...

Close to death by Anthony Horowitz

Close to death

Anthony Horowitz

Richmond Upon Thames is one of the most desirable areas to live in London. And Riverview Close - a quiet, gated community - seems to offer its inhabitants the perfect life. At least it does until Giles Kenworthy moves in with his wife and noisy children, his...

The underground library by Jennifer Ryan

The underground library

Jennifer Ryan

When the Blitz threatens the heart of a London neighbourhood, three young women must use their fighting spirit to keep their community together in this heartwarming novel from the author of The Kitchen Front. On the day Juliet Lansdown reports to work for the...

The grazier's son by Cathryn Hein

The grazier's son

Cathryn Hein

When helicopter pilot Stirling Hawley travels to Grassmoor in Victoria's lush Western District to claim an inheritance, he doesn't expect to face a town that hates him. Nor does he anticipate being saved from near-death by glamorous vintage clothing designer...

How to kill a guy in ten ways by Eve Kellman

How to kill a guy in ten ways

Eve Kellman

Are you on a date that doesn't feel right? Can't shake that creepy guy at the bar? Worried you're being followed home? Message M. After one too many terrifying encounters, Millie Masters sets up a hotline for women who feel unsafe walking home alone at night:...

The new couple in 5B by Lisa Unger

The new couple in 5B

Lisa Unger

Rosie and Chad Lowan are barely making ends meet in New York City when they receive life-changing news: Chad's late uncle has left them his luxury apartment at the historic Windermere in glamorous Murray Hill. With its prewar elegance and impeccably uniformed...

Fortuna Sworn by K. J. Sutton

Fortuna Sworn

K. J. Sutton


Fortuna Sworn is the last of her kind. Her brother disappeared two years ago, leaving her with no family or species to speak of. She hides among humans, spending her days working at a bar and her nights searching for him. The bleak pattern goes on and on ......

Make it stick by Peter C. Brown

Make it stick

Peter C. Brown


To most of us, learning something 'the hard way' implies wasted time and effort. Good teaching, we believe, should be creatively tailored to the different learning styles of students and should use strategies that make learning easier. Make It Stick turns...

Unleashed by L. T. Ryan


L. T. Ryan


When Blake Brier crosses paths with Haeli Becher while on a relaxing weekend in Las Vegas, he finds himself in the middle of a life-and-death struggle. The mysterious woman is confronting the secret organization who built her up ... and now plans on tearing...

A cursed love by Jenny Hickman

A cursed love

Jenny Hickman


A curse to break.** A crown to take.** A malignant blight ravages Tearmann, wreaking havoc on the lives of the Danú. If Tadhg and Keelynn cannot find a way to stop it before it reaches the castle, there won't be anything left for them to save. While the blight...

The right kind of white by Garrett Bucks

The right kind of white

Garrett Bucks


A revelatory memoir that earnestly reckons with whiteness. As the product of progressive parents and a liberal upbringing, Garrett Bucks prided himself on the pursuit of being a "good white person." The kind of white person who treats their privilege as a...

Filthy disciple by Cassandra Robbins

Filthy disciple

Cassandra Robbins


She was an assignment: a selfish brat who'd run away from home and who'd found refuge in an MC, a spoiled pain in my ass that I had to bring back to Daddy. Only--Isabelle is nothing like the picture my initial research painted. Yes, she's a brat. Yes, she's...

Natural dual-mage by K. F. Breene

Natural dual-mage

K. F. Breene


"The seat-gripping conclusion to the battle against the Mages' Guild! One thing has become perfectly clear: The Mages' Guild won't stop coming for me until I am either under their control, or dead. So rather than wait to be cornered...I'm going to take the...

The lost boy by Rachel Amphlett

The lost boy

Rachel Amphlett


Run. Don't look back. When a young teenager is stabbed to death at a busy fairground, Detective Mark Turpin is assigned the task of finding the boy's killer. But this was no random murder. Mark knows the victim, and the man who ordered his death. As he sifts...

Reforged by Seth Ring


Seth Ring


Cursed and dying, Thorn has landed at a crossroad ...He can either give up and die, or walk a path he never wanted to touch. Reluctantly accepting that his only chance at life rests in corrupt magic, Thorn soon finds himself exploring a world of ancient...

Nantucket News by Pamela M. Kelley

Nantucket News

Pamela M. Kelley


Charleston native Taylor Abbott has just relocated to Nantucket for her dream job as a junior news reporter at the local paper. Ten years ago, she was Abby Hodges's college roommate, and she's looking forward to living near her best friend again. Until her...

Murder at Everham Hall by Benedict Brown

Murder at Everham Hall

Benedict Brown


A mystery novelist with writer's block, a lavish party to ring in the new year, and a film star with three bullets through his head... December 1927. Mystery-writer Marius Quin has one previous bestseller, endless looming mortgage payments, and no idea how to...

Arcanist by Seth Ring


Seth Ring


Safe for the moment, Thorn and Velin are faced with a choice ... Hide among the cruel Deva, or forge a path that will require all their skill and wit, unlocking the ancient paths of power hidden in the Titan bloodline. Ahead of them lies Intra Mundum, an...

Warrior fae trapped. Demon days, vampire nights by K. F. Breene

Warrior fae trapped. Demon days, vampire nights

K. F. Breene


"The truce between the vampires and the shifters is long over. So when the two factions stumble upon a lost fae warrior who has no idea what she is, all hell breaks loose. Charity hasn't had it easy. Growing up in a bad part of Chicago, left by her mother at...

Artificial condition by Martha Wells

Artificial condition

Martha Wells


"Artificial Condition is the follow-up to Martha Wells's Hugo, Nebula, Alex, and Locus Award-winning, New York Times bestselling All Systems Red. It has a dark past--one in which a number of humans were killed. A past that caused it to christen itself...

The great alone by Tim Voors

The great alone

Tim Voors


Time is precious. The world is waiting. Rediscover yourself. The Great Alone is the epic adventure of a relatable explorer. Why does a 44-year-old father leave his family for six months to walk 4,286km across America on the Pacific Crest Trail? What effect...

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