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Contemporary Fiction

  • Au Contraire

    D. R. Binkley

    When Morty, a troubled Californian teen, discovers some old gold coins on a hike in the hill, he knows they are valuable and realises that for the first time in his life, he might have some money, and having some money might be the key to his freedom from life with his alcoholic mother. But nothing in life is ever that simple, as Morty will soon discover.

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  • Ordinary Heroes

    Myranda Marie

    Anthony Cooke had it all. A loving, intelligent, beautiful wife; thriving company; great friends and more money than he could spend in his lifetime. He was happy, but never completely content as his true passion was sharing that good fortune with others; as many as possible. He had been taken advantage of in the past but learned that there were people worth knowing; good, deserving people. A true philanthropist, b

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  • Walking Shadows

    J D Maguire

    Two hitmen, a struggling artist, a supermarket worker, a schoolteacher and an actor are all Walking Shadows. Each attempting to find some meaning to the trials, tribulations and tragedies that their brief time on the stage of life has seemingly decreed for them.

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  • The Human Machine at work

    Adam Gillespie

    In retirement, Stephen looks back on his career, and in particular, specific moments that he feels have been very important in allowing him to develop his understanding in how organisations operate and how people could adapt to operate more effectively within them. Having begun to consider what he might have done differently during his career, he is invited to meet up with two former colleagues and discuss how the

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  • The Boy Who Could Swim

    Adam Jacobi

    "The spring continued into the summer like always. To most, it was not different from any other year. People grew older, couples got married, some had children and others, like Yakup, lost their fathers." The Boy Who Could Swim is a work of literary fiction. It is the story of a boy who is forced to leave the people he loves and the place he calls home in Afghanistan. On his long

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  • Russell Appleby

    J M Drummond

    Farmer Russell Appleby produces honey with astonishing qualities. He has consumed some himself and can leap over trees and buildings in huge strides. Geoff Wade is a failing maths teacher who can sense the potential in this extraordinary honey to secure his future at Honibridge Modern school. He secretly uses his pupils as guinea pigs in tests to find out what they can achieve in their impending GCSEs. This surrea

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  • Want

    Paula Guildea

    In the heat of a summer break in Dublin, Darcy, a university student in her final year, navigates a world steeped in the complexities of woke culture. As her peers immerse themselves in the fervour of social justice and activism, Darcy grapples with the pressure to conform, feeling like an outsider in her own life. Behind closed doors, Darcy bears the weight of a secret world. She is the silent guardian

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  • Art

    Peter Carty

    A visionary curator sets up a gallery in a warehouse in Hoxton and assembles a group of radical artists. But as they prepare to storm the bastions of the art world, property developers begin gentrifying the area. Meanwhile, a wave of cocaine and crime thr

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  • Make the Chance

    Tom Wilkins

    Remember the times before we had reality television? When people had work ethic and worked for their achievements? Don't you think that it's time we went back to making luck for ourselves rather than just waiting and hoping that an opportunity will just fall into our laps? So often today we have people living off benefits or working in a trade that they despise and just praying that one day a promotion or

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  • Moving Forward

    Lisa Wilford

    "What about you?" she asked. "Marine. I'm from here in Wake County, a bit north of Raleigh. I was one of six men in a Humvee that hit an IED during my fourth tour in Afghanistan." "Damage report?" Sarah asked, point blank. "All six lost their lives. I just happened to continue breathing." The finality of his statement shook Sarah to her core.

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  • Telford Parade

    Kim Valentine

    Suzie Crichton, fashion designer and modelling agent, finds herself at a crossroads. After Max declares his love for Holly on the biggest night that Crichton's has had to date, she questions whether she can really have it all. Following the dramas that unfold at Telford Parade, it seems that things are not always as they seem behind closed doors. Is the baby Max's? Will Chloe Mallery, Robert's illegiti

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  • Ebon Shades

    Peyton Hoyal

    Something is very wrong in Elsa Privette's home life and her school teacher, Rylan Wilder, finds the girl haunting his thoughts. What can he do to help this gifted pupil, despite her desperate circumstances? Rylan has returned to the North Carolina Hills of his youth to find peace in his own personal life but finds himself emotionally embroiled in an increasingly violent and catastrophic maelstrom.

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