A Ring of Rocks

A Ring of Rocks

Synopsis:

The Culhanes live in a huge, crumbling Victorian house overlooking Dublin Bay. Jack abandons his safe job and attempts to write a great irish novel. His wife is left to hold things together while outwardly pretending that Jack is merely on sick leave. 

Their neighbours, the Sheehans, live an eccentric existence as their house falls down around them, moving from room to room as each one becomes uninhabitable.

Dublin Bay exercises an almost magical influence on them drawing them again and again to its shores. History is relived daily and much of what is accepted as fact is actually memory and legend. An original novel that captures the mood of Ireland at the dawn of the 1960's.

Broken Wings

Broken Wings

Synopsis:

Two people who have both suffered tragic losses in their young life - both of them avoiding love for completely different reasons. Joshua, a soldier in the British Army, a bomb disposal expert and the very best at what he does. Angelina, an editor for a local newspaper and a writer in her spare time. Both of them focused on their careers.

Brought together unexpectedly, they fall unconditionally and irrevocably in love with one another. All is perfect in their lives until Joshua is unexpectedly posted to Afghanistan for six months. Angelina's worst fears are realised... Joshua has to go, it's his duty as a soldier, but the pull in his heart is strong and he leaves her behind with a heavy heart.

Angelina is devastated and prays for his safe return. Until one day, a few weeks into Joshua's deployment, there is a knock on her door that changes her life forever...

Forbidden

Synopsis:

THE TIES THAT BIND US ARE THE ONES THAT CAN BREAK US... 

Jessica Hamilton is 25-years-old and born into a strict, white, Christian family. One that does not believe in interracial relationships under any circumstances.

She meets Ajay Sharma at work, an associate director for Lansdale and Down Communications. There is only one problem – he is a Hindu.

Jessica and Ajay fall irrevocably and irreparably in love with one another. A perfect love they have to conceal from all those around them for fear of reprisal from their unforgiving families, families that are imprisoned by their own cultural constraints.

They are both faced with unimaginable and unforeseeable obstacles that leads Jessica to a near fatal accident, one that changes their lives forever. Jessica has no memory of the events that led to her tragic accident or why she was alone at ridge point on that fateful night.

Will Ajay find justice for Jessica? Will Jessica’s memory return and reveal the truth? 

The O.D.

Synopsis:

A virgin landmass is ‘extruded’ into the Bay of Biscay by a solar-tidal magmatic pulse. Waiting to claim the emerging island are 80 people in a flotilla of trussed up barges with supplies to last a year.

Who are these accidental tourists?

How did they know the island would be surfacing?

And what do they plan to do with it if their claim to sovereignty is accepted by the world community?

Racy and thought-provoking, The O.D. paints a picture of how humanity’s rush to self-destruction could be halted, given the global will to take a colossal leap… backwards.

Playwhites

Playwhites

Synopsis:

Lester Liddle is an expat looking for action in 70’s Rhodesia. He finds it in the shape of Mia, a beautiful mixed-race teenager. After encouraging her to join an erotic dance troupe in a Mafia run night club in Mozambique, he follows and is made the ‘Chef de Ballet’. They manage to escape with their lives, as the African Freedom Fighters began to take over the city, and flee back to Rhodesia with it’s own bloody Bush War. Their adventure continues in apartheid South Africa where she lives as a white woman and finally to the flesh-pots of Europe with Mafia and drug problems.

Sucker Literary Magazine

Sucker Literary Magazine by Hannah Goodman

Synopsis:

Sucker Literary Magazine is a platform for emerging, hugely intelligent writers who have the grit and talent to create compelling, authentic young adult literature that both adults and teens can enjoy.

The Housekeeper’s Legacy

Synopsis:

Following her introduction in Maureen's first novel, Rain Around the Moon, this is the story of Trafina Paris, who rose from poverty, taking her personal revenge on those who used the cruel class system, and abused innocent children like her to attain their ill-gotten gains.  Set amongst the satanic mills of Northern England.  Her own life hides its tragedies, and overcomes its most devastating moments, as she struggles to free herself and her family from the past.

Tribute

Tribute by Doug Turnbull

Synopsis:

Join several Mars colonists as they pursue an unnamed prey across Mars equatorial region. Set only a couple of decades in the future, you will enjoy the suspense as you discover the object of their pursuit and you will be surprised when you learn the real purpose of that pursuit. 

Finding Annie

Synopsis:

IAN Book of the Year Awards Women's Fiction Finalist

Heartbreaking and redemptive, Annie’s story reveals the strength of her spirit, the healing power of unconditional love, and the potential of unexpected relationships to teach us to accept ourselves.

When Annie returns to the town where she grew up after twelve years, she plans to house-sit for her mother and take a much-needed break from her stressful job and worsening anxiety. But revisiting the past is never straightforward, and she soon discovers that she can no longer run from the things she’s tried so hard to leave behind.

Her ex-boyfriend Rob, the once-love of her life, is still living in her hometown, and Annie barely has time to process what seeing him again could mean before another surprising figure appears on her friend and mentor’s doorstep. Suddenly, Annie’s quiet sabbatical has turned into a whirlwind of traumatic memories and new romance, and the responsibility of navigating her PTSD without burdening anyone else in her life threatens to overwhelm her.

But even flawed love can help us to heal in unexpected ways, if we can only learn to accept it. Annie’s journey will keep readers glued to the page, brimming with compassion and rooting for her to find the love and peace she deserves.

The Veiled Vixen

Synopsis:

The world is overpopulated. The drastic solution man-hunts. Out of this barbaric time to the backdrop of Gore Poetry comes a woman who earmarks the hunters themselves as her prey.