I've also included links to the books of my own that are permanently on sale at 99p, and a couple that are permanently free, too :)
First, some outstanding historical fiction: The Bastard Princess by Gemma Lawrence. The early years of Elizabeth I.
Wonderful short stories set in Suffolk: Sandlands by Rosy Thornton
Gangster thrills and spills in LA: Hollywood Shakedown by Mark Barry.
**FREE from Feb 25-27!**
My novella about three writers struggling to make it, with a few moral dilemmas: Best Seller
Doesn't get any funnier than this! Barb Taub's memoir of her travels in India ~ Do Not Wash Hands In Plates
More short stories, this time set in zombie apocalypse ~ a terrific collection, and I've read all the other books in the series, too! Broken Stories by Kate L Mary.
The first part of the highly acclaimed romantic suspense/mystery Grayson trilogy by Georgia Rose: A Single Step
And more excellent short stories: What Tim Knows by Wendy Janes
My novella Round and Round: one woman, four men, and a guardian angel. It's one of those 'what would have happened if I'd taken the other path' stories!
Epic fantasy ~ the first part of the Storm trilogy by Antony Lavisher ~ Whispers of a Storm
I loved this Brexit thriller novella by Joel Hames: Brexecution
My two novels about a rock band, and various love triangles: Dream On and Full Circle
Very good long short story about a life not lived: Doppelganger by Jenny Twist
...and another long short story, this one a psychological thriller, very good indeed. The Kindness of Neighbours by Matthew Iden.
Great memoir about life on the waterways ~ Watery Ways by Val Poore.
Last of all, my own collection of short stories: Nine Lives.
Wonderful classic The Call of the Wild by Jack London
Witch hunts in the 17th century ~ this is an awesome novelette length prelude to the main book: Blackwater by Alison Williams
Hope you find something here that appeals :)