Download Rasputin and Other Ironies by Teffi (.ePUB)

Rasputin and Other Ironies by Teffi
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Overview: A new collection of Teffi’s best autobiographical non-fiction writings Ranging from portraits of Rasputin and Lenin to observations on the Russian Revolution, and from profiles of cultural figures to moving domestic scenes, this short collection includes writings by the inimitable Teffi never before published in English. Everything is here – politics, society, art and literature, love and family life – and all is told in Teffi’s multifaceted style: amusing, sincerely moving, ironic and always honest, pervaded by an intensely felt understanding of humanity’s simultaneous tragedy and absurdity. Teffi (1872-1952) wrote poems, plays, stories, satires and feuilletons, and was renowned in Russia for her wit and powers of observation. Following her emigration in 1919 she settled in Paris, where she became a leading figure in the émigré literary scene. Now her genius has been rediscovered by a new generation of readers, and she once again enjoys huge acclaim in Russia and across the world.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Autobiographical

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Download Roman: A Novel of the West by Douglas C. Jones (.ePUB)

Roman: A Novel of the West by Douglas C. Jones
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Overview: Young Roman Hasford stood by his mother and sister on the family’s Arkansas hill farm while his father was off fighting in the Civil War. Now that his father has returned, Roman heads west to blaze his own trail.
Eager for adventure, Roman gets more than he bargained for—from the rough-and-tumble boomtown of Leavenworth, Kansas, to the blood-soaked prairies where he fights Cheyenne warriors at the Battle of Beecher Island.
Authentic and action-packed, Douglas C. Jones’s Roman is an epic, unforgettable coming-of-age story, set against the background of the sprawling, wild, new frontier of the American West.
Genre: Historical Fiction

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Download Chasing Shadows by Terry Aspinall (.ePUB) (.MOBI)

Chasing Shadows by Terry Aspinall
Requirements: ePUB MOBI Reader, 790 Kb
Overview: This novel is about Englishman Michael J. Thompson. Who joined the Australian Army so he could serve in Vietnam during 1968. There were only a few British who got to fight in Vietnam of war and Michael was one of them. Michael had his own ideas of jungle training, fighting and warfare that he had learnt during other conflicts of war. Where they had worked well and saved many lives. Always wanting to help others survive in a hostile environment. Where your next step could kill you if you walked into a bobby trap or ambush. His ideas on cross border patrols where later to be adopted by other western countries. His special teams were at their best on information gathering patrols. His golden rule was ‘To see but not be seen, and eat nothing red’.
Genre: Thriller

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Download A Jinni’s Love Story by Angelaine Espinosa (.ePUB) (.MOBI)

A Jinni’s Love Story by Angelaine Espinosa
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Overview: It was supposed to be just another ordinary day for Sidiro Cantilena, a jinni who chose to live in the human world. He was supposed to work, eat lunch, get back to work, and then spend the rest of the day on an artistic masterpiece. Little did he know that on this day of all days, the wheels of fate would turn. Little did he know that on such an ordinary day, love would come knocking on his door – in the form of a mysterious feline.
Genre: Romance Fantasy

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Download No Longer A Game by Andrew Wareham (.ePUB)

No Longer A Game by Andrew Wareham (Innocents At War Series #3)
Requirements: EPUB Reader | 432 KB
Overview: No Longer A Game… The RFC is desperate to train more pilots to replace those killed in action and in training. With a major ground offensive imminent, there is an urgent need to form specialist squadrons to support the troops. However, the German Fokkers are an ever-present threat. Against this back-drop, Tommy is given the almost impossible task of training up fledgling pilots who are hell bent on treating the Corps as a private lounge club. There is no time to spare as he battles to have the pilots ready for the lethal conflicts to come. Best read in series order.
Genre: Historical Fiction

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Download In the Heat of the Night by John Ball (.ePUB)

In the Heat of the Night by John Ball (Virgil Tibbs #1, 50th Aniversary Edition))
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 420KB | Retail
Overview: A 50th-anniversary edition of the pioneering novel featuring African American police detective Virgil Tibbs—with a foreword by John Ridley, creator of the TV series American Crime and Oscar-winning screenwriter of 12 Years a Slave

"They call me Mr. Tibbs" was the line immortalized by Sidney Poitier in the 1967 Oscar-winning movie adaptation of In the Heat of the Night, which won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel and the Crime Writers’ Association Gold Dagger Award and was named one of the 100 Favorite Mysteries of the 20th Century by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. Now fans of classic crime can rediscover this suspense-filled novel whose hero paved the way for James Patterson’s Alex Cross, George Pelecanos’s Derek Strange, and other African American detectives.

A small southern town in the 1960s. A musician found dead on the highway. It’s no surprise when white detectives arrest a black man for the murder. What is a surprise is that the black man—Virgil Tibbs—is not the killer but a skilled homicide detective, passing through racially tense Wells, South Carolina, on his way back to California. Even more surprising, Wells’s new police chief recruits Tibbs to help with the investigation. But Tibbs’s presence in town rubs some of the locals the wrong way, and it won’t be long before the martial arts–trained detective has to fight not just for justice, but also for his own safety.
Genre: Fiction, Mystery / Thriller

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Download Betrayal by Anthony Riches (.ePUB)

Betrayal by Anthony Riches (The Centurions #1)
Requirements: EPUB Reader | 710 KB
Overview: Rome, AD 68. Nero has committed suicide. One hundred years of imperial rule by the descendants of Julius Caesar has ended, and chaos rules. His successor Galba dismisses the incorruptible Germans of the Imperial Bodyguard for the crime of loyalty to the dead emperor. Ordering them back to their homeland he releases a Batavi officer from a Roman prison to be their prefect. But Julius Civilis is not the loyal servant of empire that he seems.
Four centurions, two Batavi and two Roman, will be caught up in the intrigues and the battles that follow – as friends, as victims, as leaders and as enemies.
Hramn is First Spear of the Bodyguard. Fiercely proud of his men’s honour, and furious at their disgrace, he leads them back to the Batavi homeland to face an uncertain future.
Alcaeus is a centurion with the tribe’s cohorts serving Rome on the northern frontier – men whose fighting skills prove crucial as Roman vies with Roman for the throne. A wolf-priest of Hercules, he wields the authority of his god and his own fighting prowess.
Marius is a Roman, first spear of the Fifth Legion: a self-made man who hates politics, but cannot avoid them in a year of murderous intrigue.
Aquillius, former first spear of the Eighth Augustan, like Hramn, is in disgrace for refusing to dishonour his oath of loyalty.
Genre: Historical Fiction

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Download Beauty and the Wolf by Bridget Essex (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

Beauty and the Wolf by Bridget Essex
Requirements: ePUB / MOBI Reader, 1,1 MB
Overview: Even a beast can be beautiful…
Bella has lived her whole life in the little town of Paris, Vermont. Her family’s restaurant, the Rose Garden Diner, has been a point of pride…until they’re forced to sell it. Unfortunately, the diner’s buyer is Andrew, a cruel bully, and when he fires Bella’s friend for stealing food scraps, Bella’s had it up to here.
But Bella’s fierce loyalty hasn’t gone unnoticed. Every day, a mysterious woman comes to the diner for lunch. Mel Grim enchants Bella, and when Grim makes her an offer she can’t refuse, Bella goes to work for her.
But it seems that everyone in Paris has their secrets, and Grim’s secret might be the strangest one of all. Is their love strong enough to overcome the truth? Or are they destined for an unhappily ever after?
Genre: Romance, FF, Lesbian, LGBT

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Download The Fires of Bride by Ellen Galford (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

The Fires of Bride by Ellen Galford
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Overview: Cailleach, the outermost island of the Utter Utters, is so remote that it only emerges from the mist every hundred years or so (ferry permitting). But what is it that seduces Maria, a fugitive artist, into staying so long? Her love affair with Catriona, clan chieftain, GP and witch? The magic touch of the elusive seaweed woman perhaps? Ina Isbister’s cloudberry jam? Or could it be her strange empathy with the Sisters of Bride who, in centuries past, worshipped the One True Goddess, victim of an ancient typographical error?
Maria finds new inspiration and fulfilment where women have, since Viking times, repulsed male marauders–be they Harald Bloodaxe, medieval Vatican emissaries, the Reverend Murdo McNeish, or Scotty MacCrumb of Indian Graves, Oklahoma.
Genre: Fantasy, FF, Lesbian, LGBT

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Download Songs of Blood and Gold by Christian Cameron et al (.MOBI)

Songs of Blood and Gold by Christian Cameron, Ruth Downie, Stephanie Dray, Libbie Hawker, Ben Kane, E Knight, Sophie Perinot, Kate Quinn, Vicky Alvear Shecter, Stephanie Thornton, S J A Turney and Russell Whitfield
Requirements: MOBI Reader | 1.82 MB
Overview: The H-Team presents…
Twelve bestselling historical authors bring to life to the glory of the ancient world in three novels spanning golden Greece to blood-soaked Rome: SONGS OF BLOOD AND GOLD
Genre: Historical Fiction

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A DAY OF FIRE
(Authored by: Stephanie Dray, Ben Kane, E. Knight, Sophie Perinot, Kate Quinn, Vicky Alvear Shecter)
Pompeii: a lively resort flourishing in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius at the height of Rome’s glory. When Vesuvius erupts in an explosion of flame and ash, the entire town struggles to flee the mountain’s wrath: soldiers and politicians, villains and heroes, young and old. But who will escape, and who will be buried for eternity?

A YEAR OF RAVENS
(Authored by: Ruth Downie, Stephanie Dray, E. Knight, Kate Quinn, Vicky Alvear Shecter, SJA Turney, Russell Whitfield)
Britannia: land of mist and magic clinging to the western edge of the Roman Empire. A red-haired queen named Boudica leads her people in a desperate rebellion against the might of Rome, an epic struggle destined to consume warriors and peacemakers, slaves and queens, Roman and Celt. But who will survive to see the dawn of a new Britannia, and who will fall to feed the ravens?

A SONG OF WAR
(Authored by: Christian Cameron, Libbie Hawker, Kate Quinn, Vicky Alvear Shecter, Stephanie Thornton, SJA Turney, Russell Whitfield)
Troy: city of gold, gatekeeper of the east, a haven destined to last a thousand years. But the Fates have other planes–the Fates, and a woman named Helen. In the shadow of Troy’s gates, all must be reborn in the greatest war of the ancient world: heroes and cowards, seers and kings, innocent and guilty. But who will lie forgotten in the embers, and who will rise to shape the dawn of a new age?

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