It’s still there. Whatever creature is living under the witches cauldron by my front door, is still there. Who are you? What are you? Last night I found a new front entrance, so I covered it up. This morning the hole is still covered. Sometime during the day yesterday, it burrowed out. I am keeping an eye on it throughout the day today. I will keep you updated.

The Falcon Dirk
by Clark G. Vanderpool
4.5 Stars (25 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure | Literature & Fiction | Mystery

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When an unorthodox investigator learns that his mentor is missing and might be involved in a murder, he returns to his hometown to search for him. An old, hidden letter sparks a deadly quest that leads him and two unlikely companions from rural Kansas to the ruins of Ireland in search of a legendary 17th century dagger–the means to stop a killer.

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Aloha Old Flame (Flame Series Book 1)
by Daniella Brodsky
3.4 Stars (47 Reviews)
Genre: Humor & Entertainment | Literature & Fiction | Humor & Satire

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Marketing maven Emma Taylor had a globe-hopping upbringing with her army family. But when it was time to choose her own place to call home, she chose Hawaii, where she’d spent four years of high-school. She convinced herself her choice had nothing to do with Michael, the only man she’d ever truly loved, right there on Oahu, and she’s managed to make a cozy, satisfying life for herself there. But when Michael re-emerges, her happy existence begins to feel like a bit of a sham.

Michael did the right thing letting Emma live in Paris, severing her small-town tie to the island that would only drag her back. He knew it would break their hearts, but she was off to bigger and better things and he wasn’t going to be the one to stand in her way. He was sure eventually, he’d meet someone else, the way people always did when they got older. They were just kids, and girls were literally lining up for him. And for years, he’d convinced himself he was the hero in all this, until he couldn’t convince himself any longer.

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Olde Robin Hood
by Kate Danley
4.4 Stars (41 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy | Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Exiled for an unjust crime and forced to use whatever means necessary to survive, a figure of hope emerges from Sherwood Forest.

But what most people know about Robin Hood (the enemy of Prince John and nobleman loyal to King Richard) was an invention of a playwright nearly three hundred years after Robin Hood died.

However, there are older stories about the real Robin Hood.

USA Today bestselling author Kate Danley weaves the original 13th century ballads, Robin Hood traditions passed down through ancient pagan rites, and historical evidence together into a swashbuckling epic fantasy. Enter a world of adventure and chivalry as you discover the man behind the myth, as you meet the Olde Robin Hood.

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Joey Mancuso Mysteries Vol 1-5 (Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery Series)
by Owen Parr
4.4 Stars (44 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery | Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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The first five volumes of the Joey Mancuso & Father O’Brian Mystery Series are now available at a killer bargain.

This rare crime mystery series has something for everyone — a tough guy, three awesome women, and a classic Golden Age gentleman-detective clergyman. The twist? The cop and the cleric are half-brothers who operate a PI firm out of their bar.

It’s a made-to-order for lovers of traditional mysteries, with the kinds of twists and scams and puzzles that warm a mystery fan’s heart like a shot of Jameson. Think Matt Scudder meets Father Brown. Also recommended for fans of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer mystery series, and, of course, the Sherlock Holmes adventures.


When one of Joey and Father Dom’s best customers dies in an apparent suicide — a Wall Street guy celebrating a new client the night before– they’re just not feeling it. They know he wasn’t a guy who wanted to die; and they quickly find out he was someone a lot of people wanted dead.


Just in time for Christmas, a wealthy real estate developer named Harold Longworth is on trial for the murder of his wife in the bedroom of their Long Island mansion, and the Manhattan elite are glued to their seats. Things are looking pretty grim when his team asks Joey to investigate the case, but better when he discovers that Mrs. Longworth’s personal and professional lives were a sticky web of secrets and lies, populated by a rogues’ gallery of jealous lovers and corporate conspirators.


Joey is called in to help the Midtown South precinct solve a series of brutal murders targeting young professional women. Case #1 at first seems to be an eve of kinky sex gone wrong. But when second and third bodies turn up — this time with the sign of the cross carved into their breasts — New York’s finest think they have a serial killer on their hands.


From the beginning, there’s just something funny about parents who didn’t report a missing student right away, and days later still want no police. Hold it here! This is their beloved daughter, last seen leaving for a date. Why wouldn’t they want as much firepower as they can get? Because they know too much, that’s why — and Owen Parr’s clever detective senses that. Joey’s first job’s to save the girl, but no way he’s going to stop there. The scrappy PI and ex-cop’s going to get answers if it kills him.


Joey Mancuso was just a kid when he watched a stranger walk into a Little Italy bar, shoot his mobster dad in the chest, and calmly walk back out, disappearing into the Manhattan din. The murder was never solved. And the old mob adage “an eye for an eye” went unfulfilled. But now, at death’s door, infamous mobster Tony the Hammer summons Joey and utters three mysterious words: “Wetherly Stevens, Barcelona.” Joey has no doubt he’s just been told how to find his father’s killer.

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Cross Trails Marshal
by S J Bounds
4.3 Stars (7 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Action & Adventure | Westerns

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Justice will be done…

Valentine Smith is a lone rider, used to picking his own course and fighting his own battles.

He rides into the prairie cow-town of Cross Trails as a stranger, unable to anticipate what will happen next.

Within twenty-four hours he is appointed the town’s marshal, tasked with keeping the peace in a town ripped apart by rival factions between the north and the south.

This is a town that gets more than its fair share of trouble and violence.

But Smith doesn’t let anyone get in his way when there’s a job to be done.

Tension between Talbot and Duquesne, the men who rule each opposing faction, is soon brought to breaking point – and Smith is the catalyst.

Matters are made ever more complicated when Smith starts to develop feelings for Claire Sherwood – the woman who Duquesne has vowed to make his wife.

And he is not a man who will give up what he wants without a fight.

With both Talbot and Duquense vying to exterminate each other, seize control and wipe out Smith in the process, can the lone rider wrestle back control and prevent any more innocent blood from being spilled?

One thing is for sure, all hell is about to break loose for the Cross Trails Marshal…

S J Bounds was born in 1920 and lived in Kingston Upon Thames. He wrote over 40 novels and hundreds of short stories many published under pseudonyms or anonymously. He was best known for his work in the science fiction, horror and western genres.

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Crochet for Beginners (Crochet Patterns Book 1)
by Emma Brown, Crochet Patterns
3.9 Stars (97 Reviews)
Genre: Crafts, Hobbies & Home

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Do you have no clue where to start when it comes to crocheting? Discover simple techniques to create amazing patterns in just three days.

Have you tried crocheting only to get confused by the stitches, hooks, and other details? Have you given up or put your crocheting projects on the back burner hoping for an easier way? Author Emma Brown learned to crochet and knit at her grandmother’s feet and has started crochet circles in just about every city she’s lived in. Now Brown is sharing all of her grandmother’s secrets with you.

In Crochet for Beginners: Quick and Easy Way to Master Spectacular Crochet Stitches in 3 Days, Brown walks you through various crochet techniques step-by-step. Gone are the complicated explanations and confusing terminology, replaced by beautiful, easy-to-follow visuals. Brown’s smart system can take you from beginner level all the way up through more complex projects like crocheting afghans. In no time, you’ll feel more comfortable with this relaxing, artistic, and satisfying process.

Inside Crochet for Beginners, you’ll discover:

• How to master almost any crochet pattern in as little as three days

• How to make all 21 gorgeous crochet patterns featured in the book

• The specific hooks to purchase for your projects and how to know which stitches are which

• A comprehensive glossary of those tricky crochet terms

• 10 fast-track tips to get you started quickly and easily, and much, much more!

Crochet for Beginners is an incredible resource for any crochet fan, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced pro. If you like your crochet instructions packed full of tutorials, diagrams, and full-color photos, then you’ll love Brown’s landmark book.

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