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  • A Solitary Reaper: A Captain Savva Mystery

    by Rachael Wright
    Secrets, lies, and pain lie under the beautiful and serene mask of the isle of Lesvos, Greece. Captain Alexandros Savva of the Hellenic Police knows all three first hand. The decade-old murder of his only child haunts him and pushes him to solve every case regardless of how undeserving its victim.Savva and his team are called to Mount Lepetimnos by an American tourist who finds a man murdered on the summit. After fingerprints identify the victim as Matthias Papatonis, a former Greek mafia enforc... more
  • THE TILT-A-WHIRL MAN: Psychological Thriller

    by Sharon Erwin
    Alicia (Allie) escaped abduction and sexual molestation at the age of eight only to be murdered in her townhouse sixteen years later by another predator. Allie is unable to move past her death until her abductor and child predator is brought to justice. She knows him only as the man who operated the Tilt-A-Whirl at a traveling carnival she visited with her sister and father. In death, however, she encounters other girls waiting for justice. The little girls who didn’t escape Allie’s monster have... more
  • Mrs. Fitzroy: A Captain Savva Mystery

    by Rachael Wright
    Brash, streetwise, Captain Alexander Savva of the Hellenic Police is called to investigate the crumpled mess of a car, and the body inside it, being battered by the sea. With the brakes compromised, John Fitzroy had no chance of surviving the steep roads along the coast. Where many investigations struggle for suspects, Savva has no lack of them. Davonna tugs the thorny weeds, the purple hand-shaped bruise on her neck screaming. Had it really been ten years since she sat in a cushioned chair i... more
  • The Witness (Lucius White Novels)

    by Alan P, Woodruff
    Peace in the Middle East hangs in the balance. The President’s Mideast peace initiative is moving forward. But Russia’s intended response – if the peace accord is signed – will dramatically shift the balance of power in the region. Disclosure of the Russian plan will end the peace negotiations and the President’s hopes for re-election. David Parker, a former army intelligence officer, has obtained copies of Russia’s secret plans and is convinced that the plans must be made public. Before... more
  • Dragon Head

    by James Houston Turner

    One-and-a-half billion dollars disappears out of a numbered investment account into an impenetrable cyberspace maze. And Dragon Head, the leader of the Shí bèi crime group, wants it back. But the thief who stole it lies dead on the tracks of Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway, his access code having perished with him.

    That leaves only one man whom Dragon Head can force to retrieve the money: Aleksandr Talanov, the former KGB colonel in whose name the account w... more

  • Night Sweats: How Moral Philosophy Failed

    by Michael Bernhart
    Sally and Max Brown are faced with two of the most difficult adversaries they've had to combat: cancer and a gang of ruthless criminals who harvest and trade in human organs. The action takes place in Switzerland, Jordan, and France.
  • Ms. Dee Ann Meets Murder

    by Patsy Pridgen
    New to the small town of Narrow Creek, Dee Ann Bulluck feels doomed to a life of genteel poverty and boredom--until the murder of the town's two-timing, drug-dealing playboy. Tempted by the $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case, she decides to investigate. Searching for the killer's identity, Dee Ann finds more than she anticipated, including her niche in Narrow Creek.
  • The Colony

    by Nanette L. Avery

    They weren't always friends, not until they found out they had something in common. And then they started to wonder; how many others were like them; others with the same secret. That's how it started, with a secret, and then it grew into The Colony. So begins the tale of a boy, Yoshi, a girl, Saachi, and their caricature of a mother, they call Henrietta. But behind the closed doors of what appears to be an ordinary row house on an ordinary street, the reader finds the children's s... more

  • Guilty Knowledge

    by Linda Griffin
    She’s a witness. She may be lying. And he’s falling in love with her. Detectives Jesse Aaron and Camille Farris have no leads in the murder of Rosa Logan when pretty blonde Sariah Brennan claims to have seen the killer—in a vision. Unfortunately the man she identifies is dead—or is he? Sariah is an unsophisticated small town girl, but her background and her motives are mysterious Jesse is increasingly convinced that she has guilty knowledge of the crime, even as he finds himself more an... more
  • Vendetta When Vengeance Wasn't Enough

    by Frank McRae
    After solving two of the most challenging cases of his career, Lieutenant Ed Cassidy finds himself, his wife and young son at the center of a vicious plot to avenge the horrific loss of a loved one. The maniacal chemical engineer, Melanie Taylor, was brutally murdered short of exacting her brand of vengeance, on those she held responsible for killing the object of her affection. Now the deep love and bond known only by close identical twins is the driving force behind the surviving sister’s hei... more
  • The Russian Heist

    by Robert White
    A Russian thug from New York City waits for word from his crime family that it’s safe to return to “Little Odessa.” Bored with hiding out in the rustbelt Midwest, he discovers a plot to rob a county airport where millions in in small denominations sit shrink-wrapped and bundled on pallets waiting for military transport planes to fly in and deliver the money to some of the darker corners of the Mideast. The mastermind of this audacious enterprise is the “inside man,” a disgruntled armored-car gua... more
  • Dead Cat Bounce

    by Robert White
    Butchie Parmenter is in big trouble. A housing inspector for the city of Brockton, Massachusetts, he’ll turn a blind eye to some slumlord’s code violation now and then, but this is murder—and he’s in it up to his eyeballs. When he agreed to help Odraye Suggs, a so-so professional boxer and part-time drug dealer, look for some hidden cash rumored to be hidden in a building he condemned, he didn’t expect to find it so fast tucked in shoeboxes behind an old refrigerator. He certainly didn’t expect ... more
  • The Case of the Wrong Cream and Echoes from Cape Verde and America

    by Tiffany Silva
    Born in the USA on July 4, 1945, from parents from the Cape Verde Island, it was hard for Tiffany to go unnoticed in life. Although of extraordinary beauty, she never placed importance on her physical appearance but rather on inner qualities, qualities she had to learn to refine and renew in order to survive on three continents. She learned the infinite and free gift that the Creator has given to each and every person: the ability to be born again an unending number of times, and that through pa... more
  • Inside the Walls Ray's Story Tax Fraud: Book 2

    by Sylvia Russell
    Ray a reputable Certified Public Accountant with his own business is manipulated into helping Jason open a Tax Preparation Firm.Jason Librarian at the Local Correctional Facility along with inmate Christopher have a profitable business filing fraud tax returns. Ray is innocent and vows to clear his name while serving time for a crime he didn't commit. Can he prove he is innocent and negotiate a early release? What will the effects be on his family. What will he return home to?
  • Condor (Miranda Chase #3)

    by M. L. Buchman
    The Antonov AN-124 Ruslan “Condor”—the heavyweight champ among production cargo jets. Russian tanks, American firefighting helicopters, rescue submersibles, satellites, city-sized power transformers...the Condor hauls them all over the world. But when one lifts a top-secret payload rated as too dangerous, the US government decides it must take action. Untraceable action. Call Delta Force? SEAL Team Six? No. They call Miranda Chase, lead crash investigator for the National Transportation ... more
  • Thunderbolt (Miranda Chase #2)

    by M. L. Buchman
    The best ground-attack support fighter jets ever built—the A-10 Thunderbolt “Warthogs”—are falling out of the sky. The Air Force brass repeatedly schemes to decommission this low-tech jet. They’ve been blocked by soldiers, pilots, and Congress…so far. The “Hog” lies at the crux of a high-tech struggle for power. An interagency skirmish that now rapidly descends into a battle fought on a global scale. Miranda Chase, air-crash savant for the National Transportation Safety Board, and her team... more