Michel Poulin | Sci-fi Fantasy
Kin was saved from death some 52,000 years ago, after having his family killed by cave hyenas. Kin and another Neanderthal child were then adopted by a field agent of the Time Patrol and brought up at the organization's base. Now eighteen, Kin decides to serve the country of his birth, France, and enrolls in the French Army in 1955. Will Kin...
R.S. Rood | Religious
As time goes by, more and more people have come to regard God and the Bible as largely fictitious and especially the notion of God becoming man in the person of Jesus of Nazareth; this in spite of the Bible's clear declaration that it is factual. But, as time goes by, the rapid advance of information technology is beginning to make it more, not...
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Frank V. Webster | Mystery
The apartment was a small front one, and contained two sewing machines, and, from the cloth, patterns, needles and thread scattered about, it did not need a sign to tell that dressmaking was conducted in it.
Pearl S. Buck | Fiction
She fed the grass into the stove bit by bit, absorbed in the task, the firelight falling on her face, a broad, strong face, full lips, and darkly brown and red with wind and sun. Her black eyes were shining in the light, very clear eyes, set straight beneath her brows. It was a face not beautiful but passionate and good. One would say, here is a...
TJ Barry | Drama
Sex, secrets and lies on the America-Mexico border. When a reckless affair destroys her marriage, heartbroken Isobel flees to California wanting nothing more than to rebuild her life. Pursued by two men with secrets to hide, struggling Hollywood actor Ryan and mysterious millionaire Lance, when she is arrested on the Mexican border she must again...
Edward E. Smith | Sci-fi Fantasy
Feeling his companion's eyes upon him, the doctor turned his inscrutable stare upon Loring, who had been studying his chief even as DuQuesne had been studying the outlander. Loring's cherubic countenance was as pinkly innocent as ever, his guileless blue eyes as calm and untroubled; but DuQuesne, knowing the man as he did, perceived an almost...
T. C. Harbaugh | Fiction
For upon the morning of that eventful day, a reconnoitering party under command of the gallant Captain Evan Thomas, of Battery H, Fourth Artillery, left General Gillem’s camp and proceeded in the direction of the Modoc stronghold. The little command reached the foot of the high bluffs south of the lava-bed stronghold without molestation, and...
Stephanie Van Orman | Romance
Hits on the head are bad! But if you wake up looking at a beautiful man, that's good! But if you're in a camp kitchen handcuffed to a stove in the middle of the night, that's bad! But if that beautiful man has the key to the handcuffs, that's good! If he won't uncuff you until he's chewed you out, that's bad! But if he listens to your story...
Stephanie Van Orman | Youth
Beth Coldwell should not be in love with Christian Henderson. She's a teenager. He's a grown man. She wished she could care about convention, but she's an orphan dying of heart disease, so she'll be in love with him if she wants to be. After all, she only has a few days to live before a heart-stopping operation she might never wake up from...