A Thing of the Moment by Bruno Noble

A Thing of the Moment is a narrative meditation on the subject of identity recounted in the first person singular by three women whom we follow from childhood to early adulthood, from the early 1970s to the late 1990s. It comprises their three interwoven stories… of how one girl deals with parental rejection, of how…

Vox by Christina Dalcher

Silence can be deafening. Jean McClellan spends her time in almost complete silence, limited to just one hundred words a day. Any more, and a thousand volts of electricity will course through her veins. Now the new government is in power, everything has changed. But only if you’re a woman. Almost overnight, bank accounts are…

Man with Chihuahua by Scott S. Phillips

Adam Stuart is terrified of dogs. His girlfriend takes it as a challenge, signing them up to foster a baby Chihuahua, not realizing they’re the most frightening brand of dog. Adam knows to fear the tiny beast thanks to the traumatic childhood experience that left a private part of his body dotted with scars. His…

Manual for a Murder by Gonçalo J. Nunes Dias

Marina, a 38-year-old accountant in a crumbling relationship, falls in love with a charming colleague who is married with a son. The two begin a torrid relationship. One commits a murder. Oscar, a homicide detective, is assigned to the case. He is a man dedicated to his work and to his family, and he likes…

Running from Color by Morenikè

Opening in the 1920s in Sugarlock, Tennessee, the scandal surrounding the birth of Wheat Grass destroys the marriage and family unit built by Paul and Mildred Grass. Wheat’s fair skin and green eyes cause a rift that leads to the death of her mother. Paul steps up and takes in his wife’s illegitimate child to…

Between the Shade and the Shadow by Coleman Alexander

In the deep heart of the forest, there are places where no light ever shines, where darkness is folded by pale hands and jewel-bright eyes, where the world is ruled by the wicked and kept by the wraiths. This is where the Sprites of the Sihl live. But Sprites are not born, they are made….

The Shatter Point by Jon O’Bergh

Everyone has a breaking point. So begins Jon O’Bergh’s suspenseful novel, The Shatter Point, an intriguing study of contemporary society wrapped inside a ghost story that is wrapped inside in a thriller. The novel confronts issues such as Internet celebrity, social media culture, and extreme thrills. But it also explores timeless issues of love, loss,…

The Sapphire Widow by Dinah Jeffries

Ceylon, 1935. Louisa Reeve, the daughter of a successful British gem trader, and her husband Elliot, a charming, thrill-seeking businessman, seem like the couple who have it all. Except what they long for more than anything: a child. While Louisa struggles with miscarriages, Elliot is increasingly absent, spending much of his time at a nearby…

Her Hidden Life by V.S. Alexander

The Taster answers the question, “Who killed Adolf Hitler?” It is a sweeping, epic novel, set in the most turbulent of times, filled with intrigue and terror, and, ultimately, acts of courage, self-sacrifice, and love. Magda Ritter’s parents send her to southern Germany after the start of the Allied bombings on Berlin. Magda’s uncle arranges…