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10 Novels by Lawrence W. Gold
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Overview: Lawrence W. Gold, MD is a retired physician. He is a veteran of the Vietnam War where he served in an evacuation hospital, ran an emergency room and was a Battalion Surgeon. He completed his training in internal medicine and diseases of the kidney in 1968.

He retired in 1995 after 23 years in a hospital-based practice caring for patients with complicated illnesses and served as Chief of Medicine. After retirement he and his wife, Doris, spent time sailing at sea. He has written three screenplays based on his novels. His screenplay for Rage won honorable mention at the 80th annual Writer’s Digest contest. He lives in Grass Valley, CA with his wife.
Genre: Fiction > Mystery, Thriller, Crime, Medical Thriller

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Deadly Passage
A Simple Cure

Brier Hospital Series
#1. First, Do No Harm
#3. Sixth Sense
#4. Tortured Memory
#5. Hybrid
#7. Plague Within
#8. Never Too Late
#9. State of Mind

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Download 13 novels by Naguib Mahfouz (.ePUB)(.PDF)

13 novels by Naguib Mahfouz
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Overview: NAGUIB MAHFOUZ (1911-2006) was an Egyptian novelist, playwright and screenwriter. In 1988 he became the first writer in Arabic to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1988. The prize citation praised Mahfouz "who, through works rich in nuance—now clear-sightedly realistic, now evocatively ambiguous—has formed an Arabian narrative art that applies to all mankind."
Genre: Fiction > Literature

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Mahfouz tells with extraordinary insight the story of the "heretic pharaoh," or "sun king"—and the first known monotheistic ruler—whose iconoclastic and controversial reign during the 18th Dynasty (1540-1307 B.C.) has uncanny resonance with modern sensibilities. Narrating the novel is a young man with a passion for the truth, who questions the pharaoh’s contemporaries after his horrible death—including Akhenaten’s closest friends, his most bitter enemies, and finally his enigmatic wife, Nefertiti—in an effort to discover what really happened in those strange, dark days at Akhenaten’s court.

Before the Throne calls forth a parade of those who have shaped the modern nation of Egypt—from the ruler who first unified Egypt in 3000 BC to Anwar Sadat, the president assassinated by religious extremists in 1981, and including figures as various as the famous pharaoh Ramesses II and the medieval vizier Qaraqush. As they defend their decisions under questioning by Osiris, Isis, and Horus, those who acted for the nation’s good are honored with immortality in paradise while those who failed to protect it are condemned either to the inferno or to “the place of insignificance.” Full of Mahfouz’s unique insight into his country’s timeless qualities, this provocative work skillfully traces five thousand years of Egypt’s past as it flows into the turbulent present.

Cairo of the 1930s is a place of vast social and economic inequities. It is also a time of change, when the universities have just opened to women and heady new philosophies imported from Europe are stirring up debates among the young. Mahgub is a fiercely proud student who is determined to keep both his poverty and his lack of principles secret from his idealistic friends. When he finds that there are no jobs for those without connections, out of desperation he agrees to participate in an elaborate deception. But what begins as a mere strategy for survival soon becomes much more for both Mahgub and his partner in crime, an equally desperate young woman named Ihsan. As they make their way through Cairo’s lavish high society their precarious charade begins to unravel and the terrible price of Mahgub’s Faustian bargain becomes clear.

The time is 1981, Anwar al-Sadat is president, and Egypt is lurching into the modern world. Set against this backdrop, The Day the Leader Was Killed relates the tale of a middle-class Cairene family. Rich with irony and infused with political undertones, the story is narrated alternately by the pious and mischievous family patriarch Muhtashimi Zayed, his hapless grandson Elwan, and Elwan’s headstrong and beautiful fiancee Randa. The novel reaches its climax with the assassination of Sadat on October 6, 1981, an event around which the fictional plot is skillfully woven.

The time is 1942, World War II is at its height, and the Africa Campaign is raging along the northern coast of Egypt. Against this backdrop, Mahfouz’s novel tells the story of the Akifs, a middle-class family that has taken refuge in Cairo’s colorful and bustling Khan al-Khalili neighborhood. Believing that the German forces will never bomb such a famously religious part of the city, they leave their more elegant neighborhood and seek safety among the crowded alleyways, busy cafés, and ancient mosques of the Khan. Through the eyes of Ahmad, the eldest Akif son, Mahfouz presents a richly textured vision of the Khan, and of a crisis that pits history against modernity and faith against secularism.

The Mirage is the story of an intense young man who has been so dominated by his mother that her death sets him dangerously adrift in a world he cannot manage alone. Kamil Ru’ba is a tortured soul who hopes that writing the story of his life will help him gain control of it. Raised by a mother who fled her abusive husband and became overbearingly possessive and protective toward her young son, he has long been isolated emotionally and physically. Now in his twenties, Kamil seeks to escape her posthumous grasp. Finding and successfully courting the woman of his dreams seems to promise salvation, until his ignorance of mature love and his fear and jealousy lead to tragedy.

Set in Cairo, Morning and Evening Talk traces three related families from the arrival of Napoleon to the 1980s, through short character sketches arranged in alphabetical order. This highly experimental device produces a kind of biographical dictionary, whose individual entries come together to paint a vivid portrait of life in Cairo from a range of perspectives. The characters include representatives of every class and human type and as the intricate family saga unfolds, a powerful picture of a society in transition emerges. This is a tale of change and continuity, of the death of a traditional way of life and the road to independence and beyond, seen through the eyes of Egypt’s citizens.

While the ravishing courtesan Rhadopis is bathing, a falcon lifts one of her golden sandals and drops it into the lap of the Pharaoh Merenra II. Upon hearing Rhadopis described as “beauty itself,” the young pharaoh decides to return Rhadopis’s sandal himself. When the two meet, they are immediately seized by a passion far stronger than their ability to resist. Thus begins a love affair that makes them the envy of Egyptian society. But blinded by their love and the extravagant attentions they lavish on each other, they ignore the growing resentment of the world around them in this extraordinary tale of star-crossed love.

Thebes at War tells of a high point in Egyptian history—ancient Egypt’s defeat of Asiatic foreigners who had dominated northern Egypt for two hundred years. With a visit from a court official and a provocative insult, the southern pharaoh’s long simmering resentment boils over, leading him to commit himself and his heirs to an epic struggle for the throne. Filled with the grand clash of armies, staggering defeats, daring escapes, and glorious victories, and written at a time when Egypt was again under the sway of foreign powers, Thebes at War is a resounding call to remember Egypt’s long and noble history.

Three magnificent novels—Khufu’s Wisdom, Rhadopis of Nubia, Thebes at War—that form an ancient-Egyptian counterpart to his famous Cairo Trilogy.

11. PALACE WALK [Cairo Trilogy I] (PDF)
Mahfouz’s most famous work, the epic Cairo Trilogy, traces three generations of the family of tyrannical patriarch Al-Sayyid Ahmad Abd al-Jawad, who rules his household with a strict hand while living a secret life of self-indulgence. The first volume introduces us to Al-Sayyid Ahmad’s gentle, oppressed wife, Amina, his cloistered daughters, Aisha and Khadija, and his three sons—the tragic and idealistic Fahmy, the dissolute hedonist Yasin, and the soul-searching intellectual Kamal.

12. PALACE OF DESIRE [Cairo Trilogy II] (PDF)
Al-Sayyid Ahmad’s rebellious children struggle to move beyond his domination in this volume, as the world around them opens to the currents of modernity and political and domestic turmoil brought by the 1920s.

13. SUGAR STREET [Cairo Trilogy III] (PDF)
The final volume of the trilogy brings Mahfouz’s vivid tapestry of an evolving Egypt to a dramatic climax as the aging patriarch sees one grandson become a Communist, one a Muslim fundamentalist, and one the lover of a powerful politician.

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Viking: Legends of the North: A Limited Edition Boxed Set by Tanya Anne Crosby, Miriam Minger, Shelly Thacker , Glynnis Campbell
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Overview: Conquering lands, enslaving hearts… Four fierce Vikings from the frozen north find warmth at the hearth of their enemy.

3 full-length bestselling Viking romances and one bonus novella by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling authors Tanya Anne Crosby, Miriam Minger, Shelly Thacker and Glynnis Campbell.
Genre: Fiction > Medieval > Viking, Historical Romance


THE SHIPWRECK by Glynnis Campbell
With his wife and children dead, Viking marauder Brandr has nothing left to live for, so he sets sail on one last voyage. But when he’s shipwrecked on enemy shores, he finds himself at the mercy of Avril, a warrior maid with a half-Viking daughter, who takes him captive. Avril refuses to fall victim to a Northman again…never imagining that soon her fiercest foe will earn her trust, invade her heart, and enthrall her senses.

HIS CAPTIVE BRIDE by Shelly Thacker
Abducted from a trade fair by a mysterious warrior, Lady Avril de Varennes awakens on Asgard Island, an enchanted paradise cloaked in mists and mystery, kept secret from the world for centuries. Against her will, Avril weds her arrogant captor, Hauk Valbrand–even as she vows to escape. Hauk believes himself beyond the reach of love, until his fiery captive bride begins to melt his heart of ice. But soon he must reveal the stunning truth about Asgard and its people–and Hauk and Avril must choose between love and honor, duty and desire… now and forever.

THE PAGAN’S PRIZE by Miriam Minger
Bold Viking warrior Rurik travels alone on a mission of conquest, never counting on the golden-haired captive, who inflames him with longing. Taking up his sword to defend her, Rurik swears to claim her for his own. But betrayed by treachery, Russian Princess Zora spurns the man who holds her prisoner, vowing never to yield. But the fates lead them to a fiery passion–a greater prize than any kingdom.

VIKING’S PRIZE by Tanya Anne Crosby
The conquered becomes the conqueror in Viking’s Prize. Jarl Alarik Tryggvason seeks revenge against the French count who betrayed him, but he never bargains on the dark-haired beauty with haunting violet eyes. Beguiled by Elienor and her fiery spirit, Alarik is captured, body and soul… but in a land full of strife, the powerful jarl risks everything to love the enemy–a woman whose prophetic dreams hold their future in thrall.

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Perry Rhodan Series Collection by Various Authors (Books #1-#120 )
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Overview: Started in the 1960s, the Perry Rhodan series was created by K.H. Scheer and Walter Ernsting/Clark Darlton (and written by them and a cadre of authors) to be a series of some 30 works, but it continues to be published today, now over 2,700 novels, with spin-off series like “Atlan”, the “Planet Novels” and others, and most recently a new series, “Perry Rhodan Neo”, which reboots the series with the action starting in 2036.
The series centers on Perry Rhodan, an American astronaut who leads the first expedition to the moon in the future of 1971. There they find a spacecraft of the Arkonide race, a humanoid race that we much later learn is related to the human race (and that many other humanoid races of the universe are somehow interrelated).
The Arkonides are very advanced, but their empire is in decline, such that the empire is now ruled by a supercomputer, the Robot Regent. The main Arkonides, scientist Krest and the female commander Thora (who would later become Rhodan’s first wife), seek Rhodan’s help. Rhodan sees this as an opportunity to unite humanity.
He soon takes the technology of the Arkonides back to Earth, lands in the Gobi Desert, and declares the “Third Power” (called “New Power” in the U.S. edition) preventing World War III that was brewing. Soon teaming up with a cadre of mutants (they have mental abilities like telepathy, teleportation, precognition and the like), he works to unite the world into one power, not an easy task.
Mankind is soon colonizing the rest of the solar system, becoming a growing power, and more. Perry and select others are even made immortal, thanks to a “superintelligence” known only as IT. And this all (and I left a lot out) in the first 50 or so works that form the first “cycle” of stories.
The next cycle skips ahead several decades, and Earth is now the Solar Imperium under the leadership of Rhodan, and Perry soon meets the near-immortal Atlan, an Arkonide from the distant past who is the founder of the Arkonide colony of Atlantis, and who had been in hibernation on Earth. He becomes a valued ally and soon the new ruler of the Arkonide Empire.
The overall series has arcs or cycles that can run 25 to 100 stories, with several such cycles making up “grand cycles.” In the U.S., the initial works got through three cycles. Since many of the main characters (Perry and many of his associates) are immortal, this allows the series to jump ahead several decades or more for the next cycle of stories, moving us hundreds or even thousands of years into the future.
Genre: Science Fiction


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13 Books by Billie Sue Mosiman
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Overview: Author of more than 60 books on Amazon, Mosiman is a thriller, suspense, and horror novelist, a short fiction writer, and a lover of words. In a diary when she was thirteen years old she wrote, "I want to grow up to be a writer." Her books have been published since 1984 and two of them received an Edgar Award Nomination for best novel and a Bram Stoker Award Nomination for most superior novel. In 2014 THE GREY MATTER received a Nomination for the Kindle Book Award. She has been a regular contributor to a myriad of anthologies and magazines, with more than 200 short stories published. Her work has been in such diverse publications as Horror Show Magazine and Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. She taught writing for Writer’s Digest and for AOL online, and gave writing workshops locally in Texas. She was an assistant editor at a Houston literary magazine and co-edited several trade paperback anthologies with Martin Greenberg. Her latest work in paperback and Kindle digital is SINISTER-Tales of Dread 2013, a compilation of fourteen new short stories. In December 2014 SINISTER-Tales of Dread 2014 debuted, with 13 new stories.

Recently she sold short fiction to JAMAIS VU, the premier magazine, and the anthologies BETTER WEIRD edited by Paul F. Olson from Cemetery Dance, ALLEGORIES OF THE TAROT edited by Annetta Ribken, FRESH FEAR edited by William Cook, WRAPPED IN RED edited by Jennifer Greene, and SOMEONE WICKED and INSIDIOUS ASSASSINS edited by Weldon Burge. Her latest suspense novel, THE GREY MATTER, was published by Post Mortem Press in April 2014.
Genre: Fiction > Mystery, Thriller, Horror, Crime

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HIGH STRANGENESS: Tales of the Macabre




The SUBWAY COLLECTION: (A Box Set of 8 Dark Stories to Read on the Go)

SUSPENSE THRILLERS: (A Boxed Set of Wireman, Widow, Interview With a Psycho)

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19 books by Jose Saramago
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Overview: JOSE DE SOUSA SARAMAGO (1922-2010) was a Portuguese writer, journalist and playwright. He was the recipient of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Literature. The Nobel committee praised his "parables sustained by imagination, compassion and irony", and his "modern skepticism" about official truths. Harold Bloom described Saramago as "the greatest living novelist" and considered him to be "a permanent part of the Western canon", while James Wood praised "the distinctive tone to his fiction . . . because he narrates his novels as if he were someone both wise and ignorant."
Genre: Fiction > Novels & Short Stories > Literature | Non-Fiction > Autobiography, Travel

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Senhor José is a low-grade clerk in the city’s Central Registry, where the living and the dead share the same shelf space. A middle-aged bachelor, he has no interest in anything beyond the certificates of birth, marriage, divorce, and death that are his daily routine. But one day, when he comes across the records of an anonymous young woman, something happens to him. Obsessed, Senhor José sets off to follow the thread that may lead him to the woman-but as he gets closer, he discovers more about her, and about himself, than he would ever have wished. The loneliness of people’s lives, the effects of chance, the discovery of love-all coalesce in this extraordinary novel that displays the power and art of José Saramago in brilliant form.

A “brilliant…enchanting novel” (New York Times Book Review) of romance, deceit, religion, and magic set in eighteenth-century Portugal at the height of the Inquisition.

A city is hit by an epidemic of "white blindness" which spares no one. Authorities confine the blind to an empty mental hospital, but there the criminal element holds everyone captive, stealing food rations and raping women. There is one eyewitness to this nightmare who guides seven strangers-among them a boy with no mother, a girl with dark glasses, a dog of tears-through the barren streets, and the procession becomes as uncanny as the surroundings are harrowing. A magnificent parable of loss and disorientation and a vivid evocation of the horrors of the twentieth century, Blindness has swept the reading public with its powerful portrayal of man’s worst appetites and weaknesses-and man’s ultimately exhilarating spirit.

In this, his last novel, José Saramago daringly reimagines the characters and narratives of the Old Testament, recalling his provocative The Gospel According to Jesus Christ. His tale runs from the Garden of Eden, when God realizes he has forgotten to give Adam and Eve the gift of speech, to the moment when Noah’s Ark lands on the dry peak of Ararat. Cain, the despised, the murderer, is Saramago’s protagonist.

On the first day of the new year, no one dies. This of course causes consternation among politicians, religious leaders, morticians, and doctors. Among the general public, on the other hand, there is initially celebration—flags are hung out on balconies, people dance in the streets. They have achieved the great goal of humanity: eternal life. Then reality hits home—families are left to care for the permanently dying, life-insurance policies become meaningless, and funeral parlors are reduced to arranging burials for pet dogs, cats, hamsters, and parrots. Death sits in her chilly apartment, where she lives alone with scythe and filing cabinets, and contemplates her experiment: What if no one ever died again? What if she, death with a small d, became human and were to fall in love?

Tertuliano Máximo Afonso is a divorced, depressed history teacher. To lift his spirits, a colleague suggests he rent a certain video. Tertuliano watches the film, unimpressed. But during the night, when he is awakened by noises in his apartment, he goes into the living room to find that the VCR is replaying the video. He watches in astonishment as a man who looks exactly like him-or, more specifically, exactly like he did five years before, mustachioed and fuller in the face-appears on the screen. He sleeps badly. Against his better judgment, Tertuliano decides to pursue his double. As he roots out the man’s identity, what begins as a whimsical story becomes a "wonderfully twisted meditation on identity and individuality" (The Boston Globe). Saramago displays his remarkable talent in this haunting tale of appearance versus reality.

In 1551, King João III of Portugal gave Archduke Maximilian an unusual wedding present: an elephant named Solomon. In José Saramago’s remarkable and imaginative retelling, Solomon and his keeper, Subhro, begin in dismal conditions, forgotten in a corner of the palace grounds. When it occurs to the king and queen that an elephant would be an appropriate wedding gift, everyone rushes to get them ready: Subhro is given two new suits of clothes and Solomon a long overdue scrub. Accompanied by the Archduke, his new wife, and the royal guard, these unlikely heroes traverse a continent riven by the Reformation and civil wars, witnessed along the way by scholars, historians, and wide-eyed ordinary people as they make their way through the storied cities of northern Italy; they brave the Alps and the terrifying Isarco and Brenner Passes; across the Mediterranean Sea and up the Inn River; and at last, toward their grand entry into the imperial city.

A brilliant skeptic, José Saramago envisions the life of Jesus Christ and the story of his Passion as things of this earth: A child crying, the caress of a woman half asleep, the bleat of a goat, a prayer uttered in the grayish morning light. His idea of the Holy Family reflects the real complexities of any family, and—as only Saramago can—he imagines them with tinges of vision, dream, and omen. The result is a deft psychological portrait that moves between poetry and irony, spirituality and irreverence of a savior who is at once the Son of God and a young man. In this provocative, tender novel, the subject of wide critical discussion and wonder, Saramago questions the meaning of God, the foundations of the Church, and human existence itself.

In this “ingenious” novel (New York Times) by “one of Europe’s most original and remarkable writers” (Los Angeles Times), a proofreader’s deliberate slip opens the door to romance-and confounds the facts of Portugal’s past.

JOURNEY TO PORTUGAL: In Pursuit of Portugal’s History and Culture
When José Saramago decided to write a book about Portugal, his only desire was that it be unlike all other books on the subject, and in this he has certainly succeeded. Recording the events and observations of a journey across the length and breadth of the country he loves dearly, Saramago brings Portugal to life as only a writer of his brilliance can. Forfeiting the usual sources such as tourist guides and road maps, he scours the country with the eyes and ears of an observer fascinated by the ancient myths and history of his people. Whether it be an inaccessible medieval fortress set on a cliff, a wayside chapel thick with cobwebs, or a grand mansion in the city, the extraordinary places of this land come alive.

Combining bitter satire, outrageous parody and uncanny hallucinations, this collection of José Saramago’s earliest stories from the beginning of his writing career attests to the novelist’s imaginative power and incomparable skill in elaborating the most extravagant fantasies. Each tale is a wicked, surreal take on life under dictatorship: in ‘Embargo’ a man drives around a city that is slowly running out of petrol; ‘The Chair’ recounts what happens when dictator Salazar falls off his chair and dies; in the Kafkaesque ‘Things’ the life of a civil servant is threatened as objects start to go missing.

Manual of Painting and Calligraphy was José Saramago’s first novel. Written eight years before the critically acclaimed Baltasar and Blimunda, it is a story of self-discovery set against the background of the last years of Salazar’s dictatorship. A struggling young artist, commissioned to paint a portrait of an influential industrialist, learns in the process about himself and the world around him. The brilliant juxtaposition of a passionate love story and the crisis of a nation foreshadows all of Saramago’s major works.

Thought-provoking and lyrical, The Notebook records the last year in the life of José Saramago. In these pages, beginning on the eve of the 2008 US presidential election, he evokes life in his beloved city of Lisbon, revisits conversations with friends, and meditates on his favorite authors. Precise observations and moments of arresting significance are rendered with pointillist detail, and together demonstrate an acute understanding of our times. Characteristically critical and uncompromising, Saramago dissects the financial crisis, deplores Israel’s punishment of Gaza, and reflects on the rise of Barack Obama.

Raised from the Ground follows the changing fortunes of the Mau Tempo family—poor landless peasants not unlike Saramago’s own grandparents. Set in Alentejo, a southern province of Portugal known for its vast agricultural estates, the novel charts the lives of the Mau Tempos as national and international events rumble on in the background—the coming of the republic in Portugual, the two world wars, and an attempt on the dictator Salazar’s life. Yet nothing really impinges on the grim reality of the farm laborers’ lives until the first communist stirrings. Raised from the Ground is Saramago’s most deeply personal novel, the book in which he found the signature style and voice that distinguishes all of his brilliant works.

On election day in the capital, it is raining so hard that no one has bothered to come out to vote. The politicians are growing jittery. Should they reschedule the elections for another day? Around three o’clock, the rain finally stops. Promptly at four, voters rush to the polling stations, as if they had been ordered to appear. But when the ballots are counted, more than 70 percent are blank. The citizens are rebellious. A state of emergency is declared. But are the authorities acting too precipitously? Or even blindly? The word evokes terrible memories of the plague of blindness that hit the city four years before, and of the one woman who kept her sight. Could she be behind the blank ballots? A police superintendent is put on the case.

With his characteristic compassion, depth, and wit, Saramago shows us the quiet contentment of a happy family and the infectious poison of an unhappy one. We see his characters’ most intimate moments as well as the casual encounters particular to neighbors living in close proximity. Skylight is a portrait of ordinary people, painted by a master of the quotidian, a great observer of the immense beauty and profound hardships of the modern world.

When the Iberian Peninsula breaks free of Europe and begins to drift across the North Atlantic, five people are drawn together on the newly formed island-first by surreal events and then by love. “A splendidly imagined epic voyage…a fabulous fable” (Kirkus Reviews).

A man went to knock at the king’s door and said, Give me a boat. The king’s house had many other doors, but this was the door for petitions. Since the king spent all his time sitting at the door for favors (favors being offered to the king, you understand), whenever he heard someone knocking at the door for petitions, he would pretend not to hear . . ." Why the petitioner required a boat, where he was bound for, and who volunteered to crew for him, the reader will discover in this delightful fable, a philosophic love story worthy of Swift or Voltaire.

The year: 1936. Europe dances while an invidious dictator establishes himself in Portugal. The city: Lisbon-gray, colorless, chimerical. Ricardo Reis, a doctor and poet, has just come home after sixteen years in Brazil.

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25 Books by Howard Fast
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Overview: Howard Fast (1914–2003), one of the most prolific American writers of the twentieth century, was a bestselling author of more than eighty works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and screenplays.
Fast began his writing career early, leaving high school to finish his first novel, Two Valleys (1933). His next novels, including Conceived in Liberty (1939) and Citizen Tom Paine (1943), explored the American Revolution and the progressive values that Fast saw as essential to the American experiment.
Fast’s career changed course in 1960, when he began publishing suspense-mysteries under the pseudonym E. V. Cunningham. He published nineteen books as Cunningham, including the seven-book Masao Masuto mystery series. Also, Spartacus was made into a major film in 1960, breaking the Hollywood blacklist once and for all.
His later works included the autobiography Being Red (1990) and the New York Times bestseller The Immigrants (1977).
Genre: Fiction > Historical Fiction

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List of Books in this Post:
Crossing Series
00. Bunker Hill
01. The Crossing
April Morning
The Outsider
Passion of Sacco and Vanzetti
The Pledge
Strange Yesterday

Citizen Tom Paine
Conceived in Liberty
Moses: Prince of Egypt

My Glorious Brothers
Silas Timberman
The American: A Middle Western Legend
The Children
The Proud and the Free

The Dinner Party
The Last Supper and Other Stories
Patrick Henry and the Frigate’s Keel: And Other Stories of a Young Nation
Place in the City
The Story of Lola Gregg

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10 Books by Storm Constantine
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Overview: Storm Constantine (born 1956) is a British science fiction and fantasy author, primarily known for her Wraeththu series.
Since the late 1980s, Constantine has written more than 20 novels, plus several non-fiction books. She is often included in discussions of alternative sexuality and gender in science fiction and fantasy;many of her novels include same-sex relationships or hermaphrodites or other twists of gender. Magic, mysticism, and ancient legends (like the Grigori) also figure strongly in her works
Genre: Fantasy, Mystic, Dark Fantasy, Magic

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List of Books included in this Post:
Grigori trilogy
#1 Stalking Tender Prey
#2 Scenting Hallowed Blood
#3 Stealing Sacred Fire

Mythangelus- A Collection of Stories
Mythophidia: A Collection of Stories
Mytholumina: A Collection of Stories
The Wraeththu Chronicles Omnibus Expanded UK Edition
Burying the Shadow
Paragenesis- Stories of the Dawn of Wraeththu
Thorn Boy and Other Dreams of Dark Desire

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New York Times Bestseller Fiction Combined (eBook and Print) February 22, 2015
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Overview: The New York Times Best Seller list is widely considered the preeminent list of best-selling books in the United States. It is published weekly in The New York Times Book Review. The best-seller list has been ongoing since October 12, 1931.
Genre: Bestseller Collection, General Fiction, Romance, Mystery/Thriller


1. THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, by Paula Hawkins. (Riverhead.)
2. FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, by E. L. James. (Vintage.)
3. THE NIGHTINGALE, by Kristin Hannah. (St. Martin’s.)
4. CRASH AND BURN, by Lisa Gardner. (Dutton.)
5. ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE, by Anthony Doerr. (Scribner.)
6. PRIVATE VEGAS, by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. (Little, Brown.)
7. GONE GIRL, by Gillian Flynn. (Crown.)
8. FIFTY SHADES DARKER, by E. L. James. (Vintage.)
9. FIFTY SHADES TRILOGY, by E. L. James. (Vintage.)
10. BIG LITTLE LIES, by Liane Moriarty. (Amy Einhorn/Putnam.)
11. FIFTY SHADES FREED, by E. L. James. (Vintage.)
12. STILL ALICE, by Lisa Genova. (Pocket Books.)
13. BEAUTIFUL BELOVED, by Christina Lauren. (Pocket Star.)
14. THREE, TWO, ONE (321), by J. A. Huss. (Science Future Press.)
15. GRAY MOUNTAIN, by John Grisham. (Doubleday.)
16. THE ESCAPE, by David Baldacci (Grand Central)
17. HERO, by Samantha Young (NAL)
18. TRIGGER WARNING, by Neil Gaiman (Morrow)
19. DARK PLACES, by Gillian Flynn (Broadway)
20. ORPHAN TRAIN, by Christina Baker Kline (Morrow/HarperCollins)

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Download Harlequin SE July ’13 #1 by Christine Rimmer et al(.ePUB)

Harlequin Special Edition July 2013 – Bundle 1 by Christine Rimmer, Teresa Southwick, Nancy Robards Thompson
Requirements: ePUB | Retail, 521 KB
Overview: Harlequin Special Edition brings you three new titles for one great price, available now for a limited time only from July 1 to July 31! These are heartwarming, romantic stories about life, love and family. This Harlequin Special Edition bundle includes Marooned by the Maverick by USA TODAY bestselling author Christine Rimmer, Her McKnight in Shining Armor by Theresa Southwick and Celebration’s Bride by Nancy Robards Thompson.
Genre: Contemporary Romance


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