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  • Death of a Zen Master

    by Cornelia Feye
    Corporate investigator Greg Stern is a reluctant guest in a remote and inaccessible Zen monastery. His wife, Vega, sent him there after a marital transgression to ponder and improve his interaction with women. When a dead boy is found in the meditation hall, the group of eclectic guests and monastics find themselves caught in an enchanted valley with a murderer in their midst.\t
  • Three Graves

    by Zack Kaplan
    A wisecracking former LAPD Detective has his life shattered, his wife murdered, narrowly escaping the wrath of a ruthless gangster. What started off as mistaken identity becomes personal, when Colin Graves sets a plan into motion; a quest for vengeance. Fueled by booze, painkillers, acerbic wit, Colin teams up with his brother to take down the man that took away everything. With a cast of characters, running the gamut from struggling actors to albino henchman, a pedophile, a serial killer, the R... more
  • Falling Plaster

    by Laura Jenski
    Some murders are best left buried. Monica Klimek doesn’t believe her mother’s car crash was an accident. Or suicide. Her brother would think so, too, if only she could find him. He left an indelible bruise on her heart when he walked out of her life twenty-seven years earlier. An old friend of Monica’s, now a Chicago cop, offers to help find her brother and investigate the circumstances surrounding her mother’s death. In exchange, she applies her computer expertise to his clandestine polic... more
  • The Bayou Moon

    by Jerome Mark Antil
    The Bayou Moon takes the reader from the bawdy, boisterous night life of New Orleans into the dangerous world of the Louisiana bayous as it chronicles the evolution of one Boudreau Clemont (“Peck”) Finch, a poor, young, illiterate Cajun, barely surviving on the bottom rung of society, through a series of astonishing and improbable adventures—some poignant, some violent, some romantic, some hilarious—that ultimately lifts him from the depths of despair and deprivation, to a life of happiness and ... more
  • The Masque

    by Matts Djos
    New Orleans, 1970: Meet Ginny and Nathan, two lovers who disdain boundaries are thrust into a Nineteenth Century a world of terror they could never have imagined. Adult language, mature content ISBN 9798632724982
  • Enigma of Lake Falls

    by Brittany E. Brinegar
    Lake Falls, Texas 1949 – The Year Spies Invaded. Sawyer Finn, the fedora-wearing detective with a photographic memory moves back to his home town after graduating from Yale. Jenny Nicolay, the Harvard grad with a shadowy past ends up in Lake Falls, Texas to start over. Together Jenny and Sawyer become swashbuckling heroes who might just have feelings for each other. Moments after hanging the open sign, Sawyer’s Investigations hears rumors of a Soviet Spy. Jenny’s stubborn pursuit of the truth pu... more
  • Killer Soul Mate

    by Ken Hicks

    Jane Larson is back, and trouble abounds on New York’s Upper East Side!

    A new client hires Jane to undo the terms of a matrimonial agreement with her ex-husband, the owner of a prosperous hedge fund who does not like to lose. At the same time, Jane’s landlord is working to evict her from the storefront law office where her mother had practiced for many years, and Jane is forced to fight to save her mother’s legacy. However, it seems there is no way she can win.

    A... more

  • August in D Minor

    by J. Charmein Everett
    Thirty years is a long time to forget why August Paciorko would have left his family for Ariel Kahn. Except, he hasn’t forgotten, he never did. That fact becomes even more apparent when they reunite at his daughter’s wedding reception. J. Charmein Everett’s August in D Minor is a fun and sophisticated page-turner that is gloriously original.
  • Kissed: A Cat Miranda Mystery

    by C.J. Shane
    Cat Miranda returns to her childhood home in Bisbee, Arizona, to take over her brother’s art gallery following his untimely death. On her first night home, an intruder breaks in. Cat quickly realizes that she is being targeted by a murderer with links to an 8-foot tall painting in the gallery titled “Kissed.” In her struggle to stay safe, Cat finds an ally in Miles Trevelyan, a charming visiting British scholar. The heat rises with more assaults on Cat and between Cat and Miles, too, as their fe... more
  • commercial cleaning services in Dubai

    by Albin Benny
    cleaning is one of the most difficult daily life tasks for many people , right now style nobody gets time for legitimate cleaning especially in highly developed nations like dubai, Rak etc,everybody is in rush, yet individuals cannot maintain a strategic distance from it as everybody wish to leave in a spotless and perfect region, if there should be an occurrence of wide regions and territories in hight, for example, instructive foundations, mechanical zones , sign loads up and so on , cleaning... more
  • The Divided Twin

    by M. Billiter
    Everyone has a voice in their head. Mine is just a little louder. Identical twins Aaron and Branson Kovak are in their final year of college—Aaron’s in Ohio, while Branson remains in their home state of Wyoming. There’s also the third twin, David, who only exists in one of their minds. Despite the distance between them, Aaron and Branson are united by a turbulent childhood they survived together. As they enter adulthood, David comes out of the shadows to wreak havoc on the real world—his i... more
  • Chasing Clay

    by Lance Charnes
    The feds gave ex-con Matt Friedrich sixty days to find the source of some extraordinary smuggled Southeast Asian antiquities. If he succeeds, his probation's over and he's a free man. If he fails, he thinks the best he can hope for is a return ticket to prison. But he doesn't know the worst of it yet...
  • Edge of Darkness (Darkness Series Book 3)

    by Maria Ann Green
    Tuesday Truman spent half of her life in the dark, knowing nothing of the horrible truth behind her lineage. And now, nearing thirty, she’s still trying to make up for all of the wrongs committed by her parents. She’s awkward, but honest, and because of her past she’s got a real thing for true crime - which lead to her successful podcast on the subject. She and her best friends use their armchair detective skills, and the help of their loyal fans, to study and sometimes even stop the same kinds ... more
  • Who Would Have Thought

    by Barbara Mostella
    Soco & Soco law firm run by four brothers headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska with offices in the District of Columbia and Atlanta Georgia. The firm has been requested by a client to solve the suicide case of a native Alaskan that was closed three years ago in the District of Columbia after an extensive investigation. Even though it happened in the Washington DC area, evidence found in the state of Georgia has proven beneficial. The brothers knew their best investigator Alphonso, should handle th... more
  • Putin's Useful Idiot

    by Kenyon Kane


    It’s Putin’s side of Moscow, but it’s 1984 when it was the Soviet Union, the USSR, the CCCP, before the Russian Federation, when the hammer and sickle on the red flag meant something sinister and threatening. Back then, Moscow was fresh to Americans, and alluring, our culture, their culture, a romance of cultures. Then it got personal, from new comrades to new lovers, each of them wounded in their own way by their past.


    But Moscow back then wa... more

  • Weight Loss

    by Gerald C. Anderson, Sr.
    The Mark of the Beast comes in many forms. On a dark December day, millions of people disappear, leaving death and destruction behind. Stacy Friday cries out to Jesus, but He refuses to hear her, it’s too late. Stacy is considered pretty, but plump. All her life she struggled with her weight and blamed it for her many failed relationships. It’s no wonder she is depressed. She desires more than anything to make a change that would lead to her losing weight and becoming irresistible to th... more