See It First: Amanda Roberts, D.C. Akers, and Arthur King

See It First: Amanda Roberts, D.C. Akers, and Arthur King

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Historical Fantasy

The Child’s Curse by Amanda Roberts

The Child's Curse by Amanda Roberts

In a single moment, her life was no longer her own…

On the streets of Peking, Sparrow survives by picking pockets and stealing food from street vendors, until the day she touches an item that sends her hurtling through time, awakening a power in her she cannot control or understand.

Sparrow is forced to use her “trick” to tell fortunes, an endeavor that is exhausting at best, and deadly at worst. Every day becomes a nightmare that Sparrow is afraid she will never escape.

But then she catches the attention of the Empress herself. A woman of immeasurable cruelty and power—the woman with the ability to change Sparrow’s destiny forever…

Fantasy Adventure Thriller

Haven: A Stranger Magic by D.C. Akers

Haven: A Stranger Magic by DC Akers

Sam Dalcome thinks he is so completely average that no one ever notices him. Until he discovers a mysterious stranger outside his home. Bewildered, he tries to uncover the stranger’s intentions. But Sam is sidetracked when he and his friend Travis discover a secret passageway deep in the town’s quarry that leads to a hidden cavern. What they uncover next will not only change their lives forever, but will uncover the first clue to a deadly Dalcome family secret. Sam finds himself drawn into a world of mystery and magic he never knew existed, which brings him closer to a destiny he never knew was possible.

Urban Fantasy

Vicky vs the Spriggan by Arthur King

Vicky vs Spriggan by Arthur King

When do you call the police?

When you get a “bad feeling” about the place? when scorpions kill two people? when another two go missing? when a boy is found hanging from the neck by a fig vine? or when you see yellow eyes watching you in the darkness?

By the time the police come it is too late, a killer stalks them and it is smart enough to cut the phone lines. As if Australia wasn’t dangerous enough.

 

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