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  1. Soldiers of God
    Soldiers of God
    by Steven Moore

    Rating: 2.8/5 (212 votes cast)

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    Three stories weave together to present the struggle against fundamentalist extremists and the ruthless men that exploit them. An Arab grad student writes a thesis about what led to the third world war in the Middle East, a priest becomes involved with terrorist cells of religious extremists and a ruthless businessman goes after crude oil in South America.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, SciFi & Horror, Other Fiction

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  2. Shades of Deception
    Shades of Deception
    by Vivienne Diane Neal

    Rating: 2.3/5 (300 votes cast)

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    A collection of ten fictional short stories about how ordinary citizens who are sophisticated, successful and financially smart fall prey to insightful predators that use love, romance, lust and money as embellishments to destroy lives.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Contemporary Romance

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  3. September and Other Stories
    September and Other Stories

    by Julie Ann Dawson

    September and Other Stories
    by Julie Ann Dawson

    Rating: 2.7/5 (225 votes cast)

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    Go ghost hunting with a ghost. Have dinner with a demon. Explore the tomb of a forgotten pharaoh. Sixteen stories and poems in all. A Recommended Read by the Online Review of Books and Current Affairs.

    Categories: SciFi & Horror, Other Fiction

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  4. Romancing a Stalker
    Romancing a Stalker
    by Carl Wayne Bryant

    Rating: 2.9/5 (335 votes cast)

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    William Arflin escapes from prison while serving a life sentence for murdering three women he met on the Internet. Now anyone with a computer could be his next victim. Interpol is forced to put the entire computer world on alert when dead bodies appear all over the globe that link him to the crimes.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction, Romantic Suspense

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  5. Rhyn's Redemption
    Rhyn's Redemption
    by Lizzy Ford

    Rating: 3.7/5 (721 votes cast)

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    Book III in the Rhyn's Redemption. Sequel to Katie's Hope. Katie and Rhyn are in a race to free Katie from the underworld, before Death claims her soul and that of her child. Rhyn struggles to control his demon powers. Demons follow him as he seeks out Death to make a deal for Katie's life.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Fantasy & Paranormal Romance

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  6. Pride and Prejudice
    Pride and Prejudice
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 3.8/5 (2851 votes cast)

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    This is a 19th century England romantic story of the rebellious Elizabeth Bennet, a strong-willed young woman and Mr. Darcy, a mysterious and arrogant wealthy man. Her unwillingness to marry him threatens the future of her family. The book was first published in 1813.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction

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  7. Pages
    Pages
    by S.J. Johnson

    Rating: 2.3/5 (466 votes cast)

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    Pages is a collection of four very different novellas, all with heart-grabbing similarities of family challenges and insights. Each page turn gets the reader closer to understanding the heart of the characters and the situations encountered.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction, Inspirational Romance

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  8. Once Bitten, Twice Shy
    Once Bitten, Twice Shy
    by Linda Louise Rigsbee

    Rating: 3.2/5 (665 votes cast)

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    Book 1 in the Carmen & Alex series, Carmen is struggling to make a goat dairy profitable when her roommate’s brother arrives for a visit. Thinking he will be under foot and bored, she is taken by surprise when he seems genuinely interested in her work. As she falls for him, their tumultuous relationship is like a wild roller coaster ride.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Contemporary Romance

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  9. Ms. Austen
    Ms. Austen

    by Randi M. Hull

    Ms. Austen
    by Randi M. Hull

    Rating: 2.8/5 (281 votes cast)

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    If you love historical romance novels, enjoy this fictional account of the last years of the life of Jane Austen. Had she not died in 1817 at the age of 41, she might have herself experienced the greatest love affair of all time.

    Categories: History, Romance, Other Fiction

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  10. Lunaria: The Sunless Isle
    Lunaria: The Sunless Isle

    by Kimberly Dawn Andrew

    Lunaria: The Sunless Isle
    by Kimberly Dawn Andrew

    Rating: 2.5/5 (171 votes cast)

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    Ashlyn lives in a beautiful, elfin haven but she has the chance to travel to a place known only as a myth. From the moment Ashlyn departs from home, a journey begins that can only end with the complete transformation of Lunaria.

    Category: Other Fiction

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