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‘How he hated the human race. His life should have turned out so differently.’

This innovative debut novel blends three storylines: pirates in the Bahamas in the 1600s, Aaron Burr’s efforts in the early 1800s, and a contemporary story featuring Connor Murray…

Pick up L Todd Wood’s thriller Currency, the first book in an exciting series from Liberty Island…

‘The Lidless Eye’: The Second Excerpt from Jonah, a New Liberty Island Novel

Enjoy this and three more excursions into Jonah: A Novel of Men and the Sea, the debut novel of Howard Butcher

Howard Butcher’s underwater thriller brims with authenticity, energy, and thematic depth. Buy Jonah: A Novel of Men and the Sea today on Amazon. Click here for the first excerpt, “The Tiger Shark’s Head.”

Ready for the Human Sacrifice Before the Office Potluck Today?

Discover the fantastic fantasy of Sidequest, the new novel from Frank J. Fleming

He dazzled you with the science fiction adventure Superego, Liberty Island’s debut title. Now Frank Fleming is back with a fresh, innovative take on fantasy. Order Sidequest today, now available on Amazon.

‘The Tiger Shark’s Head’: Excerpt #1 from Jonah, a New Liberty Island Novel

Enjoy this and three more excursions into Jonah: A Novel of Men and the Sea, the debut novel of Howard Butcher

Howard Butcher’s underwater thriller brims with authenticity, energy, and thematic depth. Buy Jonah: A Novel of Men and the Sea today on Amazon.

‘It Was Nice Being Alone With Someone I Was Going to Kill; I Could Really Be Myself.’

Rediscover Liberty Island’s first novel: Frank J. Fleming’s Superego!

Click here to purchase Superego, and here for Sidequest, Frank’s newest comedic adventure.

New Fiction: Ringside at the Circus of the Fallen

An Honorable Mention from The Heroes Half of The Contest

Robert was waiting at Zinnia Hotel, well up in the rather barren hills north of Burbank, that evening in early spring 1937. He was to meet a friend at the Grill, the hotel’s bar and curving dining room, when a foursome had arrived to take a booth. The two men and two women –– a somewhat Rubeneseque matron and a wide-eyed olive-skinned young girl who could scarcely have been sixteen, both of them overdressed for the room –– slid into the bench seats, the women on the inside while the men bookended them on either side.  They seemed an odd group for this nightclub.

Behold Bill Walsh’s Inventive Thriller: Tales From the Black Chamber

Check out this cool excerpt from pages 156-157

When one of her clients turns up dead after buying an apparently unremarkable 16th century breviary, antiquarian book dealer Anne Wilkinson is suddenly swept into a world that she had previously considered imaginary. An esoteric world of occult spells and invocations, of cryptic texts and secret doctrines, a world where necromancers spy through mirrors and armed assassins blow up her office and try to gun her down.

Before she knows it, Anne is recruited by representatives of a secretive government agency established by Calvin Coolidge to fight demons, vampires, werewolves, and other supernatural beings—and finds herself caught up in the pursuit of a renegade priest who seeks the power to unleash one of the darkest forces of the past into an unsuspecting present.

New Liberty Island Novel: Sidequest: In Realms UnGoogled by Frank J. Fleming

Check out the first chapter!

He dazzled you with the science fiction adventure Superego, Liberty Island’s debut title. Now Frank Fleming is back with a fresh, innovative take on fantasy. Order Sidequest today, now available on Amazon.

Discover L Todd Wood’s Novel Currency, the Start of a Thrilling New Series

Here’s the Prologue and first chapter for your reading enjoyment

Pick up L Todd Wood’s thriller Currency, the first book in an exciting series from Liberty Island…

The smartly dressed, older man came first, sitting erect and still as death in the rear of the long oar boat as it silently rowed across the wide river. The moon cast an eerie glow across the fast-moving, silky, black current.

He was balding, middle-aged, and had dark features. However, he was in a much darker mood, a murderous mood in fact. He was the kind of man who never forgot anything, especially the stain on his honor. His eyes bored holes in the back of the man sitting in front of him, and he did not notice his surroundings, as his mind was lost in thought. He was there to right a wrong he had suffered.