Shadow Tag

Raymond Khoury Steve Berry


From New York Times bestselling authors Raymond Khoury and Steve Berry comes a unique and wildly original short story, published exclusively as a Kindle ebook.

It’s been ten years since FBI agent Sean Reilly and retired Justice Department operative Cotton Malone got dragged around the globe on their separate Templar adventures. They’d never worked on a case together—until now.

Something’s afoot in London, England. American specialists have gone missing. Intel chatter points to a major terrorist plot in the works. And a familiar keyword links to both Reilly and Malone.

The two agents are urgently despatched to London where they discover a plot that’s more personal, and more surprising, than they could have possibly imagined (and that involves an author or two that you might recognise).

It's like nothing you've read before.

Includes exclusive sneak peeks at Raymond Khoury’s next Reilly novel, THE END GAME, and Steve Berry’s next Cotton Malone novel, THE 14th COLONY.




Academic paper on the location of the saga of Beowulf.




Dirtying fingernails in sewers is fast approaching worthlessness for Zachary, a 16-year old Underworld scavenger. When footage of an Overworld girl, Rosa, is discovered, his intrigue heightens at why she expresses sadness with a lavish lifestyle.

In meeting Rosa, Zachary is scorned by her opinion of the deprived. She pities him and provides a means for them to communicate. With time, friendship and something he’s never felt grows; love for another human. Knowing Rosa calls him when it suits her isn’t enough; he wants to meet her, but how? Relationships in Underworld are few, let alone the impossibility with those above the ceiling.

Underworld will suffer when plans to conquer Jupiter’s moon, Europa move ahead. Worse is Rosa’s father, a disgraced Overworld ambassador, approving the plan.

Zachary must defeat the prejudice of the worlds, sneak within opposing forces, lose friends and challenge Rosa’s sadness. In doing so, a twisted secret is uncovered that may devour the reason he lives; Rosa.

In space, love has boundaries.

About the Author

Imran Siddiq may have tried to leave Leicester a few times, but its become his place to wake up to two cats, freeze when the heating’s off and most of all, get down to writing. During a night in the jungle (2007), the bug inside awakened, and since then he’s been sacrificing every second that he can to write. A veteran of writing festivals, a presence on Twitter and always reading to find new worlds. His preferred genre is Science Fiction in YA, though will meddle with fantasy. He has a tendency to throw a droid in every novel – literally.

Sarmatian (Parthian Chronicles Book 13)


War is a jealous lover who is reluctant to release me from her embrace.

Pacorus, now retired from the politics of Parthia, embarks on a journey to request the high king find a place in the empire for his Egyptian protégé, who has been offered the governorship of Roman-controlled Egypt, as well as to discover the whereabouts of his former squire.
But Queen Gallia’s assassins have unwittingly set in motion a sequence of events that will plunge the empire into peril, as well as endangering the King of Dura himself. When an invading horde of barbarians sweeps into Parthia from the north and crushes everything in its path, Pacorus is once again forced to unsheathe his sword.
But old allies cannot be relied upon and Pacorus is not the great warlord of old. With an untrustworthy high king and a cunning adversary to face, he is soon faced with his greatest challenge: saving the Parthian Empire itself.
‘Sarmatian’ is the thirteenth volume in the Parthian Chronicles series and follows on from ‘Lord of War’.

A map of the Parthian Empire in the 1st century BC can be found on the maps page of my website:

Marshall’s Family


Richard Marshall is a pilot, working in Africa, who wishes for a quiet domestic life. Unfortunately, he has a wife who despises him, a daughter who brings home problems and a lover who wants him all to herself.

He is an an easy-going, unremarkable man who avoids responsibility whenever he can, yet the responsibilities just keep piling up, until perhaps the fate of an entire nation rests on his inadequate shoulders. People are dying and the situation needs a hero, what it has is Richard Marshall.



Sophie is drawn like a thread, propelled to spend some time on Santorini to research Greek myths. There she meets and falls in love with Tom, a Greek-American post graduate student studying chimpanzee behaviour on the uninhabited island of Mavronisi. Tom is appalled by the discovery of outside interference with the chimps, which are exhibiting unusually threatening behaviour. At the same time his relationship with Sophie is being undermined by her meeting with wealthy local businessman, Georgios Vasiliou. She is shocked by the disturbing effect he has on her. An ancient tale of myth, mystery and reincarnation continues to unfold, but this time the light of meaning can emerge from the dark descent.

The Chapel in the Woods

The Chapel in the Woods


When Diana Lescure moves with her young family to the tiny village of Saint Gabriel in the depths of France, it is clear that not all is well amongst its inhabitants. As she settles into her country idyll she uncovers a menace that has shrouded the villagers for generations. Through a 12th century monk and a British agent in WW2 the story of a secret society unfolds.

The Threadcorn Legacy


The story is set in middle England countryside in the ‘60’s and opens with a tramp almost run down by a dangerously driven sports car. The tramp, a former Army Officer now on hard times, vows to take revenge on the car. He finds the car at Threadcorn Hall, country seat of Sir Royston Threadcorn and his family, and manages to trash the car but gets apprehended.

The car belongs to Richard, youngest son of Sir Royston, who is being pursued for heavy gambling debts. He has a gross elder sister Leslie who runs a Woman’s Commune and an elder brother Alistair who works in the family business and is secretly embezzling Threadcorn money to fund a string of upper class brothels.

The only point of agreement between the three siblings is their joint hatred of their parents and their eagerness to get their hands on the Threadcorn millions by any means available.

Sir Royston knows this but has plans to thwart their efforts. A riding accident has left the old man in a wheelchair so he needs an assistant to help put his plans into action. He takes a shine to the tramp, in particular to his previous army experience, and invites him to stay at the Hall as his guest.

The scene is set and the story unfolds. The three siblings’ plans all go catastrophically awry and the story reaches its conclusion at the Annual Threadcorn Day, a popular country fair event attended by hundreds, held every year to celebrate another year of the family’s history only this year they are in for a major surprise . . . !

Yours Truly

Yours Truly by Kirsty Greenwood


Newly engaged Natalie Butterworth is an easy-going girl. She’ll do anything for a quiet life and if telling a few teensy white lies keeps her friends and family happy, then so what? It’s not like they’ll ever discover what she’s really thinking…

Until one night, thanks to a pub hypnotist, Natalie’s most private thoughts begin to bubble up and pop out of her mouth. Things get very messy indeed, especially when some sticky home truths offend her fiancé.

Natalie must track down the hypnotist before the wedding is officially cancelled. So along with bad influence bestie Meg, Natalie finds herself in the Yorkshire Parish of Little Trooley – a small village bursting with big secrets, nosy old folk and intriguing Wellington-wearing men.

When the girls get stranded in the village with no means of escape and no way to break the hypnotist’s spell, Natalie is forced to face the truths she has been avoiding her whole life…

To find out more about Kirsty Greenwood, check out her Facebook page and her website Kirsty Greenwood.

Debra The Zebra


Debra's Aunt Phyllis is coming to stay, but can Debra paint the house in time?