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Assignment: Athens (A SpyCo Novella Book 1) (affiliate link)
When a SpyCo agent is killed on a deserted road during the wee hours, things begin falling apart for SpyCo chief J. Carlton Moore. A briefcase containing classified information disappears, leaving the future of the United States’ war on terror in doubt.
With the terrorist group Scorpion suspected of possessing the missing briefcase and vital information somehow leaking from the most secure SpyCo meetings, Moore calls on covert operative James Burke.
Thrown together into an unlikely team composed of a former flame and a Grecian body-builder, and seeing shadowy pursuers at every turn, Burke must decide whom he can trust and recover the briefcase before it’s too late.
A Witchy Business (Harper Grant Mystery Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
Harper Grant is happy working at Archie’s Diner as she tries her best to avoid the attentions of the town’s gossips. However, when a body turns up during Abbott Cove’s annual festival, she begins to understand her family isn’t the only one hiding secrets. With the help of the new swoon-worthy police officer, Joe McGrady, Harper finds herself on the trail of the perpetrator. Will Harper uncover the killer’s identity before it’s too late?
Sleep Peacefully: A r that will keep you guessing (affiliate link)
She thought her sister’s death was nothing more than a tragic accident… She was wrong
When Nat’s sister, Jess, dies in a terrible accident she is left devastated by the sudden loss of her younger sister. On the day of Jess’s funeral, Nat starts to experience a strange recurring dream. The dream shows realistic visions seen through Jess’s eyes on the night she passed away.
Now, almost a year on, Nat is still wracked by grief. She continues to experience the dreams, but is now trying her best to get on with everyday life and feels she is slowly starting to get back on track. Then, the dreams start to progress, leading Nat to believe her sister’s death was more than just a terrible accident and turning her life upside down.
As Witch Would Have It (Wicked Witches of Pendle Island Book 1) (affiliate link)
The Scarry Inn (affiliate link)
They Thought It Was A Harmless Fright-Themed Inn
Convinced they are the victims of a sick, practical joke, Heidi and her three friends are resigned to spending the night at The Scarry Inn, even though the atmosphere is anything but welcoming. Surely the owners, Dick and Thelma Scarry, are simply trying to drum up business for their new motel by terrifying the guests.
˃˃˃ After A Brutal Murder, They Desperately Seek A Way Out
But when Kara is found brutally murdered, they realize the danger is real and they must find their way to safety before the secrets of the inn claim another victim. Making things even more difficult is the lack of cellphone service in the small town of Frighton, Arizona. With no clue who they can trust, the remaining threesome are now caught up in a fight for their lives.
Famous Last Words (affiliate link)
He’s the one guy she swore she’d never fall for.
Harlow Hayes loves water. In its liquid form.
The chlorinated kind she swims in. The perennial droplets soaking her adopted hometown. The waves she ventures out on to observe the ocean.
Water, in its frozen state, holds no appeal to her. That’s not the only—or most divisive—difference between her and Conor Hart. The arrogant, arresting captain of Holt University’s hockey team spends every second not picking fights or partying atop a sheet of it.
Plenty of girls fall for the charming lines and that cocky smirk. Harlow knows better. Knows more.
After Dunkirk (The After Dunkirk Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
Winston Churchill called it Britain’s finest hour. The Royal Navy evacuated 330,000 soldiers from Dunkirk.
But more than 200,000 were left behind.
On the beaches, Jeremy Littlefield hides for his life. His path home will draw him through the iron will and the unbreakable heart of the French Resistance.
Only a few miles away, his brother, Lance, rallies fellow soldiers to start a trek that will take them across Europe, sabotaging the Germans in a mission tantamount to suicide.
Back in England, their sister Claire works at Bletchley Park, cracking the codes that could save the lives of her brothers, and thousands of their comrades.
Finally, there is Paul, the cerebral eldest son, working for MI-6, who always knows more than he is able to tell his beloved siblings.
The Cazalet Chronicles: Five Novels in One Collection (affiliate link)
As war clouds gather on England’s horizon, the Cazalet siblings, along with their wives, children, and servants, prepare to leave London and join their parents at their Sussex estate, Home Place. Thus begins the decades-spanning family saga that has engrossed millions of readers.
The Light Years: Hugh, the eldest of the Cazalet siblings, was wounded in France and is haunted by recurring nightmares and the prospect of another war. Edward adores his wife, a former dancer, yet he’s incapable of remaining faithful. Rupert desires only to fulfill his potential as a painter, but finds that love and art cannot coexist. And devoted daughter Rachel discovers the joys—and limitations—of intimacy with another woman.
Astray (The Adventures of a Xeno-Archaeologist Book 1) (affiliate link)
Nora Devi is a xeno-archaeologist with a complicated past. She has buried more secrets than she’s dug up. Widowed in the recently ended twelve year war between Capitoline and Palantine, she now makes a living as an independent tagger in border space.
Captain Liam Kimani could be credited with ending the latest royal war. Instead, he’s blamed for it. Dirty commoners aren’t meant to lay their hands on royalty.
He has no regrets.
When Liam and his crew of the battlecruiser RC Genghis Khan are exiled to Capitoline’s border they discover that life in unexplored space can be more dangerous than war, and that their best chance of survival lies with a mysterious, elusive tagger.
The Red Knight (The Traitor Son Cycle Book 1) (affiliate link)
Twenty eight florins a month is a huge price to pay, for a man to stand between you and the Wild.
Twenty eight florins a month is nowhere near enough when a wyvern’s jaws snap shut on your helmet in the hot stink of battle, and the beast starts to rip the head from your shoulders. But if standing and fighting is hard, leading a company of men — or worse, a company of mercenaries — against the smart, deadly creatures of the Wild is even harder.
It takes all the advantages of birth, training, and the luck of the devil to do it.
The Red Knight has all three, he has youth on his side, and he’s determined to turn a profit.
Archibold Stormblood is all burned out. Exhausted from two hundred years of life-on-the-edge battle, he was eager to give up his immortal powers in favor of running a bustling tavern. But when a lecherous noble demands the companionship of his beautiful barmaid, his ale-pouring cover and growing business risk implosion.
Facing down pressures from corrupt officials and aristocrats, Archibold fears his dream of quietly concocting tasty ales is falling apart. And after a young templar pleads for his help in a life-saving quest, and his attempts to craft a winning brew for a prestigious competition fail, he reluctantly plunges headlong into the chaos…
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