Posts Categorized: Literary Fiction

Tales of the Deep South: Four Complete Novels By ///

Tales of the Deep South: Four Complete Novels Four powerful, controversial, highly-acclaimed novels set in the deep south during the 1950s and early 1960s that deal with politics, race, crime, and sex in bold, exciting stories that reflect the turbulent era...and leave a lasting impression. All these novels are back in print for the first time in over 60 years... and collected for the first time ever in one massive ebook.

The John Thompson Reader By

The John Thompson Reader Here are 12 scorching novels of lust, adventure, crime, tragedy and romance by John B. Thompson, an under-appreciated author of sharply observant, brilliantly-written stories of the deep south in the 1950s & '60s. Unfortunately, his books were packaged and marketed as "sleaze" for their uncompromising explicitness. So his bold work fell into obscurity. Now they are back in print for the first time in over 60 years.

A Rage Within By

A Rage Within Kitty is happily married to a young, virile man...but she's never experienced a desire that scorches her from head to toe...or the great, body-shaking climax that other women have...... so she goes looking for it, a personal and physical journey that will change her life. 

Sweet Cheat By

Sweet Cheat Greenhill Police chief Buck Peters, the deacon of his local church, investigates the murder the "town tramp."  The prime suspect is Kip Belton, the police commissioner, whose alibi is that he was with his wife, Lacey, at the time of the killing. There's just one problem with that story. Buck knows it's a lie...because when the murder happened, the Chief was having sex with Lacey in Belton's backyard. And that's only the beginning of Buck's problems. 

Honey in Louisiana: Two Complete Novels By /

Honey in Louisiana: Two Complete Novels Honey is a young, mixed-race woman involved in a tempestuous romance with white boy. Together they discover that passion is color-blind...and dangerous. It's a frank story of love and hate, of generosity and selfishness, of tradition-bound Southerners caught up in a conflict of races, emotions and desires...told across two raw, edgy, novels: Honey and the sequel Love in Louisiana, back in print for the first time in over seventy years and combined into one edition.