It's Book Discovery Day! Twice a week we bring you a selection of books that are newly-published, or that have been overlooked.

Every great book was once a hidden gem. Browse through the books below and start your own discovery!

Book Discovery - newly-published and overlooked books!
Catherine Doesn't Live Here Anymore: A dark psychological thriller, by Mira Gibson
Charlie has isolated herself in an old farmhouse on the outskirts of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It's not the frigid temperatures, nor her lack of a vehicle that keep her secluded. Charlie has a secret. Without warning, she disappears into her mind with little control over when she will return. After putting herself to sleep one evening, Charlie is ripped from her bed by an invisible force and attacked. This entity needs her in order to relive the most evil events of its past. If Charlie does not uncover the mystery of those events, and discover the connection between the old farmhouse, the entity, and her self, she risks disappearing into her mind forever. Filled with fever pitch intensity, Catherine Doesn't Live Here Anymore is an utte...
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Borderlines, by Eddie Stack
Borderlines - 3 long, hilarious and heart wrenching stories, written in cinematic prose. We see the real Ireland and the Irish: funny, zany, complicated, love-crazy and always entertaining.

Carnival Cop gets officious when a raggle-taggle roadshow comes to a remote town. Bonzo is a local mystery man who everyone loves, but few know much about. One for the Rover is a tale of free spirits: Irish music in the slow lane, gurus from the East and lovers from the West.

Novelist Willy Vlautin says: "Eddie Stack has a way of making you laugh and cry at the same time...a great Irish storyteller."

Eddie Stack is the author of 4 collections of short stories, a novel and 6 novellas. His fiction has received several...
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A Soldier's Honor: The Scepter of Maris: Book One, by James R. Barnes
The Scepter of Maris: Book One
From the time he was a boy, Meric Vettor has tried to live a life of integrity. To abide by the tenets of honor and duty that were taught to him by his father and then reinforced as a soldier defending others. That all comes apart when he and his companions are wrongfully accused of treason by the new King . Disgraced and angry, they had to flee. Branded as traitors and sentenced to torture and death if ever captured, they must never return to the land and people they once swore to protect.

When Meric comes to the aid of a woman and two children about to be abducted, he starts down a path that will once again see him and his friends in their homeland, being hunted...
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PASCO (Omnibus, Parts 1-3), by RK Moore
A collection of the first three episodes in the ongoing PASCO series.

Episode 1 - Stevie has finally got a job. A secretive company called PASCO have given him a position on their team. All goes well until lunchtime when he finds himself in the lower ground of the building, face to face with a half-woman, half-goat creature. Events take a turn for the worse when he stakes a vampire, breaking a centuries-old deal between humans and vampirekind.

Episode 2 - After the fallout over the death of the vampire, Stevie is sent out on some Field Training. The timing could not be more perfect as PASCO get a visit from The Order, a group of Vampire Elders, who demand to be given Stevie as recompense for his crime. But PASCO ar...
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A Changeling's Tale, by Morgan Kegan
Being the new girl in high school is hard enough. What if you had to hide being a faerie, too?

I'm Siobhan Miller, the new sophomore in my Tennessee hill-country high school -- and a faerie changeling. The normal changes a girl goes through on her way to becoming a woman are awkward enough. Try adding golden eyes, pointed ears, and feet like a wolf's paws to that. Yeah, pretty awkward. I blame my Irish ancestors. The faerie ones.

After centuries, the veil separating our world from Faerie is thinning again, and magic is returning. Having magical powers is pretty cool, particularly when they let me hide my differences behind illusion and have an actual life.

My best friend and heart sister, Kat...
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Maine Attraction, by Vanessa Lennox
Soul-crushing demons from her past haunt Brie Spenser's nightmares. Her needy boyfriend's reminders to pick up his dry-cleaning aren't helping. Brie's not looking for romance any more, she just needs a break, from the city, from Phillip, from her past.

Brie retreats to her cabin in the Maine woods to finish her next bestseller. There she stumbles upon a major drug ring, dead bodies, and the love of her life. Ian Devereux is in Maine to help an old friend with some curious goings on - anonymous threats and a suspicious fatal accident - at the fishing lodge near Brie's cabin. Ian has carried a torch for Brie from youthful summers in those same woods. When she literally falls into his arms, he carefully reels her in.

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The Hidden Auditorium, by Rosanne Dingli
Antique dealer Nic Manton thinks he's found the solution to his financial problems when led to a remarkable 19th century pendant. But it's all more complicated than he thinks. The apparent owner of the pendant and her perverse behaviour become unsettling. The antique jewel is the axis of a perplexing secret about Richard Wagner's life and works; a secret that leads from Venice to Malta with instances in Austria and Germany. Trying to solve the mystery plunges Nic into danger. Only two people can help him, but will they?

An exhilarating story of romance and historical intrigue, The Hidden Auditorium is an atmospheric journey that tantalizes devotees of classical music, pleases lovers of old jewellery, and intrigues fans of...
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Red Blitz, by James Raven
The world's most beautiful city is about to be destroyed. Dozens of bombs have been hidden throughout Venice by a terrorist who is found dead. As the bombs start to explode, and thousands flee to the mainland, the police launch a desperate bid to save the city -- and solve the mystery of what lies behind the attack.


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Praise for Raven's other novels:

'This is a chilling story, superbly written, with captivating and unique characters. An awesome novel which I highly recommend.' -- Nancy Silk Reviews blog.
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