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My Sister the Vampire #1: Switched
When Olivia Abbott moves to town, she’s excited to join the cheerleading team and make new friends. Then she meets Ivy Vega. At first, Ivy, pale and dressed all in black, looks like Olivia’s opposite. Then the girls look beyond the glittery pink blush and thick black eyeliner to discover they’re identical—identical twins!
Olivia and Ivy are brimming with plans to switch places and pull every twin trick in the book. But Olivia soon discovers that she and Ivy aren’t exactly the same. Ivy’s a vampire. And she’s not the only one in town.


Z 2134
z 2134 is a thrilling new zombie serial in the spirit of 1984, The Walking Dead, and The Hunger Games, from the writers of the post-apocalyptic smash hit serial, Yesterday’s Gone.
It is the year 2134 in a dystopian America, following a series of zombie plagues which infected and decimated much of the world’s population starting 100 years ago.
Those left, formed six walled Cities throughout the continent, all under the rule of a totalitarian government which enforces strict control over its populace.
You must obey your government.
You must be a good citizen.
You must be a productive citizen.
You must not break the law.
Or The City Watch will find you and arrest you.


They Found Him Dead (Inspector Hannasyde)
Silas Kane’s sixtieth birthday party is marred by argument and dissension amongst his family, and then the next morning, Kane is found dead. The coroner’s verdict of death by
misadventure would seem to confirm that Silas accidentally lost his way in the fog. But then his heir is shot, and threats are made against the next in line to inherit his fortune.
The redoubtable Superintendent Hannasyde is called in to investigate. All clues point to an apparently innocuous eighty-year-old woman, but as the Inspector delves further into the case, he discovers that nothing is quite as it seems…


Wisdom’s Prize
Meredith “Red” Wilde is convinced that Michael Wisdom is one of the rudest and most egotistical men she has ever encountered after trying unsuccessfully to convince him to send his daughter, Caroline, to her school. But when he assists her with an injured student, she doesn’t expect to catch a glimpse of his kinder side, nor does she expect Michael and Caroline to quickly become a part of her whirlwind family. She doesn’t anticipate the barrage of emotions that accompany his presence either and she certainly doesn’t like them.
Michael Wisdom moved to Dayton, WA to escape the memories of his wife and son’s deaths. What he doesn’t expect to encounter is the fiery Red Wilde, the local schoolteacher who insists upon befriending and helping his young daughter. Soon Michael finds himself repairing the school and inviting her to his house, actions far removed from his previous marriage.


Windswept
En route to marry the fiancé handpicked by her father, Virginia Ames gets shipwrecked off the coast of the beautiful Florida Keys. Her rescuer, the dashing Captain Slader, is a wrecker who specializes in salvaging cargo from sunken vessels. As a native New Englander, Virginia grew up in wealth but felt most comfortable on the docks, among the ships. This special connection to the sea is one of the few things the privileged heiress and the rugged captain share. But mixed with the captain’s handsome looks, could this passion be enough to drive Virginia’s marriage plans off course?
Captain John Slader is no stranger to the winds of change himself. He’d once lost the thing he held most dear: his family. But now that those same winds have sent him the lovely Virginia, will he risk his heart yet again? Virginia’s fiancé, an up-and-coming politician, may be able to offer her a world of wealth and comfort—but could he cherish her as John would, with a love as boundless as the ocean itself?


A Grand Deception (A Gentlemen of Worth, Book Three)
When Lady Muriel Worth, the Duke of Faraday’s youngest daughter, travels to London to enter the Marriage Mart, she is more interested in academic than matrimonial pursuits. Certain she can juggle the society schedule and her numerous suitors, she plans to steal away for lessons with her Latin tutor whenever she can.
All goes as Muriel expects until the Earl of Amhurst arrives. London gossips link their names, and this causes complications not only for her reputation but for her heart as well.
It will take a proper Man of Circumstance to distract Muriel from touring Roman ruins and conjugating Latin verbs. To her dismay, the new Earl of Amhurst may do just that.


Proof of Death
Lawyer Richard Troy doesn’t do mathematics. But when he accepts Chechen number theorist Aslan Ivanov as a client, he realises that life, love and death are all part of the same equation.
Aslan possesses a proof of the Riemann Hypothesis – a mathematical proposition that has defied academics for 150 years. With the power to unlock public key encryption across the internet, blowing open all online financial transactions in the process, the proof is priceless. Aslan’s friend, Anthony Heims, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, secretly envies Aslan for it. American banker Clayton Ruck will pay anything to have it. Siberian assassin Colonel Vladimir Tutov will stop at nothing to get it.