A Police Officer on a trail of a Serial Killer which leads to astonishing revelations of a secret war being fought across Time and Dimensions and Meta-Mercs Investigations (MMi), the crime-fighting team with extra-ordinary abilities that society discover that they desperately need...These are the stories and more that is META WORLDS. With original painted cover art by the Award Winning Artist, Ciara McAvoy, and interior illustrations by talented Comic-Book Artist, Creator and Writer of the British based Superhero Comic, Vanguard, Meta Worlds introduces a new type of storytelling for the 21st Century. So, purchase your copy and get ready to explore spectacular, whole new worlds of Adventure...and beyond. PURCHASE YOUR COPY - TODAY!
It is a time of Civil War! When Alexander the Great, King of Macedon and Conqueror of Asia, dies suddenly under suspicious circumstances at the age of 33, 'The Successors, (Alexander's Generals) contest who will emerge to rule the vast expanse of Alexander's Empire. The Royal Women also vie for control as Alexander's 18 year old niece, Adeia-Eurydiike, leads her faction against Olympias, Alexander's mother, while his widow, Roxana, does everything in her power to protect her only son - and true heir to the throne, Alexander IV, known by his Persian name, Iskander. As the after-shocks of Alexander's death bring disorder to his Empire, a deadly power struggle is waged over who will dominate to rule. The FIELDS OF HADES is the concluding volume to the SHADOW saga.
When Alexander the Great, King of Macedon and conqueror of Asia, dies suddenly under suspicious circumstances at the age of 33, everyone who lives in his shadow is affected. As the after-shocks of Alexander's death bring disorder to his Empire from Macedon to Persia, a deadly power struggle begins over who will rule Alexander's vast empire. SHADOW OF THE LION: BLOOD ON THE MOON, the debut historical novel by W. Ruth Kozak, is Volume One of an epic story set in the aftermath of the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC. Complete with all the ingredients of a Greek tragedy, this remarkable and epic story, driven by blood, lust, and a desire for ultimate power, is already being hailed as a literary classic of its genre!
In the grand tradition of the hard-boiled, crime detective thrillers to stand with the best in the genre, THE COLONY OF ROSES is a story of murder and politics set against the backdrop of a changing 1960s India. Told over the course of seventy-two hours, THE COLONY OF ROSES follows the investigation of a Homicide Detective's dogged pursuit of the truth and his journey ever deeper and into the shady and macabre world of lovable rogues, fall guys, femme-fatales, corrupt cops, idealists and all the myriad of quirky characters that inhabits THE COLONY OF ROSES. So, prepare to enter an intricate world of greed, intrigue and mystery that will leave you guessing until the explosive finale that is Ron Chatterjee's...THE COLONY OF ROSES.
Set in Gaza before the events of the ‘Arab Spring’, THE TUNNEL by Gail Chehab takes us on a journey into the life of Omar Hamdan, a Palestinian and doting family man. Skirting the Israeli-imposed embargo in the Occupied Territories, Omar transports black market goods from Egypt to Gaza through his tunnel. However, complications arise for Omar when his daughter, Hanan, is diagnosed with leukemia. Hanan is in urgent need of a bone marrow transplant, but treatment is impossible in Gaza. Refusing to give up hope, Omar, his daughter and family travel back and forth through the tunnel for treatment in Egypt. Yet, each time they do so, they run the risk of getting caught. And time for Omar and his family is fast running out…
In the grand storytelling tradition of One Thousand and One Nights comes THE BEARDLESS MAN OF TORNABIA & OTHER STORIES by Bernice Agyekwena. This unique work is a collection of original African fairy tales rooted in the traditions, beliefs, folklore, myths and cultural practices of the peoples of Africa. It shares the same characteristics with traditional fairy-tales from all over the world, with common themes such as an ordinary girl getting married to a royal, deprived children finding a benefactor, as well as tales examining the eternal battle between right and wrong, Good and Evil. So, re-discover Africa with this vivid and exciting collection of original African fairy tales, deeply rooted in African myths and cultural practices, with Bernice Agyekwena in her stunning debut work.