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!
Shadowline Drift, by Alexes Razevich
In the rainforest, reality and illusion become one.

Jake Kendrick is a brilliant negotiator, everyone agrees, even though-or maybe because-he's only three and a half feet tall. When a substance is discovered which holds the promise to end world hunger, he seems the perfect person to secure the rights from the equally small Amazonian chief, who seems to hold the only supply.

Dangers and secrets fill the jungle. The chief is not what he seems, nor is the substance. Blocking Jake's escape to warn civilization are a mysterious group of indigenous people, a teenage sorceress, a beautiful anthropologist - and madness.

Action-packed Science-fantasy thriller.
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Irradiated, by S. Elliot Brandis
A man thrust a baby into Jade's hands. It trembled in her arms. The man had a message: escape from the tunnels and never return, her parents were already dead. Jade had a sister; she was irradiated.

Thirteen years later, her sister, Pearl, is coming of age. Rows of sucker-caps line her arms and hands. Her skin is coral pink. Each night, her dreams fill with visions of violence, depression, and fear.

On the surface, people have grown wild and dangerous. They scavenge, fight, and steal. Below, in the tunnels, they're controlled by a ruthless leader and an army of beings known only as Shadows. When both groups come searching for Pearl, sensing the power her dreams may hold, only Jade can stand in the way....
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The Bride Prize: Allan's Miscellany 1839, by Sandra Schwab
Please note that there is also an enhanced edition available for this book! It includes illustrations and detailed information about the historical background.


It's 1839, and Lord Eglinton's tournament in Scotland is the most anticipated event of the year: he and some of his noble friends will don medieval armor and joust like knights of old.

Does this mean a revival of true chivalry? Miss Florence Marsh thinks it might.

Or is the tournament mere tomfoolery and the greatest folly of the century? Mr. Robert Beaton thinks it is.

But when Flo and Robbie meet at Eglinton Park, they'll soon learn that a dash of romance can make the greatest differe...
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The Secret Dead, by SW Fairbrother
Vivia Brisk knows about the dead. She should. She's died enough times.

Vivia is a hag - or death witch - one of the last of her race, and can die, visit the underworld and return at will. As a consultant with charity The Lipscombe Trust, she has a job she loves - helping London's most vulnerable supernaturals, even if her colleague Malcolm drives her round the bend on a daily basis.

Vivia thinks she's got Malcolm's measure - sexist, not too bright and generally a pain in the ass, but then Malcolm zombifies and, along with his fourteen year old son Ben, flees the police.

With a zombie on the loose, London goes into lock down and Vivia is roped in into find them. After all, Malcolm can...
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Moonlight, by Ann Hunter
One vow. One curse. One thousand moons.

While Princess Aowyn's six brothers are favored by their father, Aowyn is the jewel in her mother's crown. When the Queen dies, Aowyn takes a vow to protect her brothers and father from the hungry eyes of the queen's handmaiden, Ciatlllait - who is more than she seems.

In order to save her family, Aowyn risks a dangerous deal with the dark creature Sylas Mortas. But magic comes with a price: and Aowyn soon realizes the one she has paid is too steep.

Only true love can reverse the spell...but it will take one thousand moons.

Set in a Celtic world, "Moonlight" is the story of faith and true love woven through a breathtaking retelling of the classic fol...
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TRAIL OF OBSESSION (The Trail Series), by Rebecca Tust
TRAIL OF OBSESSION is a contemporary romance with suspenseful elements, believable, empathetic characters, and enough steamy romance to keep you turning the pages for more. This book can be read as a stand-alone.

In TRAIL OF OBSESSION, Megan Cartwright, a successful real estate agent, is content with her work-driven life. While out running on a popular trail in Palm Beach, Florida, she is attacked and left for dead. Even though Megan struggles to pick up the shattered pieces of her life, she is determined to get her life back on track.

When Megan crosses paths again with Stephen Braun, the handsome Good Samaritan who helped save her, neither one of them are prepared for the intense attraction that sizzles...
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Partners In Crime, by Ian David Noakes
MILLY CLOUD'S husband did the dirty on her, using her credit card for hotel rooms, restaurant bills and sharp suits; NOAH SMITH has tried to better himself and quit his job - but failed to tell his wife when he couldn't get another and turned to a credit card to cover it up; HARRY HOLMES thought he had a formula for winning the national lottery - he may be smart when it comes to Affidavits and Cross Examinations at University, but borrowing from a loan shark to purchase 5,000 lottery tickets wasn't his brightest moment.

All three lives collide when Harry attempts (and fails) to take his own life in the park, but when a drug dealer pulls up selling drugs to kids they take it as a sign - rob the undeserving!
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Stepping Out: A Young Person's Guide to Success in the Real World, by Peter Ross
"Do what you love and the money will follow"
"If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life"
"Just do what makes you happy"

If you live in the Western world, I guarantee you've heard at least one of these before you leave high school. The problem with this kind of advice is that it's idealistic crap that doesn't have any place in the real world. It is so easy to make the wrong decisions about your career early on, and those decisions will have lasting repercussions. I'll show you how to make the right decisions early on to set yourself up, potentially earning hundreds of thousands more over the course of your career. Office politics, dress and demeanor are just some of the topics that are covered....
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