Books tagged: quirky character

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Cursed: Traitor's Trail
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 94,430. Language: English. Published: September 25, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Adventure » Action
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Aya Du-Mara knew that life on the steppes was dangerous, but life on the steppes after being banished from clan and family was deadly. Her only refuge is to trust the very people she had been raised to fear. Victims of the curse...the damned, if legend can be believed. But, unfortunately, they have their own problems. Big ones.
Completely Flappable
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 17,930. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
From the award winning author of 'No Hope for Gomez!' Gomez has never been on a date. In his 27 years on the planet he’s never been able to quite close the deal. But now a blond German girl with freckles has moved into his building and he decides it’s time to get his act together. Proceeds of this Novelette are donated to CHI.
A Man and His Lawn
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 53,870. Language: English. Published: July 3, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
(5.00)
Bill Baxter is a man of simple tastes; he likes sports, sweet tea, and a well-manicured lawn. But when a smooth-talking conman makes off with his life savings, his world starts crumbling around him. His new neighbors are trying to kill each other, his wife wants to fleece him for all he’s worth, and his sister won’t move her dead husband out of her living room. Something has to give...
Brother Dionysus
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 90,160. Language: English. Published: October 28, 2012 by MilSpeak Books. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » War & military adventure, Fiction » Adventure » War & military adventure
In BROTHER DIONYSUS, veteran Sean Brendan-Brown explores military life and its aftermath through characters as strangely wrought as those peopling Sherwood Anderson’s fiction and as real as those portrayed in Raymond Barthes’ collection of cultural essays, Mythologies.