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Into The Darkness

The siege of Lansing has been broken, but the real battle against the invading lizard species now begins. Book 2 in the Foundations of Hope fantasy series by Leathel Grody.
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The 13th Demon: Altar Of The Spiral Eye

Three years ago, a psychopathic killer possessed by the “thirteenth” demon destroyed Jonathan Steel’s life. Now he searches the countryside for the hideous creature. Book 1 of The Chronicles of Jonathan Steel series by Bruce Hennigan.
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Advent Phoenix

Morgain Treleyne leads a double life. To most of the galaxy, Treleyne is a shadowy figure who specializes in hard-to-obtain cargoes. It is a persona that allows Treleyne to pursue a far deadlier prize.
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Heart Of The Highriders

Imagine living in a fantasy world without magic, a world that knows nothing of sorcery nor of a wizard’s quick solutions — a world where one never encounters talking beasts, invincible swords, or glowing rings. Epic fantasy by Richard C. Leonard and Charity R. Silkebakken.
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Raising The Past

An ancient device in a frozen mammoth is accidentally activated, summoning forces who seek its destruction. It is the key to mankind’s salvation and freedom from the men behind the curtain, pulling the strings and leading humanity towards destruction. By Jeremy Robinson.
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Vashua’s Messenger

David Decker nearly got killed during his stay on Arana, and that was a friendly planet. Now he must go to three hostile worlds that are sworn enemies to everything he holds dear. Will anyone listen to him? Book 2 in The Vadelah Chronicles series by Julie Rollins.
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Arana’s Visitor

Driven by his Christian compassion, David Decker has just rescued a marooned space alien, but the alien’s mere existence threatens to shatter David’s worldview. When David learns the truth, it will astound him. Book 1 in The Vadelah Chronicles series by Julie Rollins.
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Faith Of The Unforgotten

Four hundred years into Earth’s future, after the Great Pulse Storms began, Rebekah Ann Smith, a spirited, fifteen-year-old innkeeper’s daughter, has been placed at the forefront of the battle for the existence of their lands and lives. Futuristic fantasy by Leathel Grody.
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Countless As The Stars

What if instead of shepherds in the Middle East, the Patriarchs were space travellers, colonists eking out an existence on a barren world many light years from home? Science fiction, self-published by Steve Trower.
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The Oneprince

There was once a prince who wished to be left alone. Naturally, fate made him king. Book 1 in The Redaemian Chronicles series by Bill Hand.
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