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  • Feeding the Fire

    by Amy Waeschle
    A broken family. A deadly hobby. Can a firestarter and firefighter rise from the cinders of a painful past? Thirteen-year-old Jessie hopes a stepfather will fix her fractured home. But with her older brother missing and her mother riddled with guilt, Jessie feels more helpless with each passing day. Desperate to control something in her life, she sets her first fire and ignites a dangerous obsession. Firefighter and medic Zach would do anything for the young girl who idolizes him. But w... more
  • The Angel Solution

    by John C. Stipa
    The mind-bending sequel to No Greater Sacrifice: In a remote laboratory, genetic scientists are challenged to create a serum that heals injured soldiers and quickly returns them to the battlefield. Thus, Project Angel is born... only to fail under suspicious circumstances. Years later, archaeologists Renée Arturo and Dianna McEvoy discover in Norway what could be Mjolnir, the legendary hammer of Norse mythology. Neither event seems related until Dianna disappears and Renée's son is kidnapped.R... more
  • The Foiled Knight

    by John C. Stipa
    Tanya Davis receives that dreaded late night phone call: Stan Palmer has been critically injured in a car accident. Stan and Tanya were once close. That is, until she broke his heart, an act of cowardice for which she’s never forgiven herself. Given a second chance to make up for her past wrongdoings, Tanya digs into the facts surrounding Stan’s accident. What initially looks like icy road conditions turns into a suspicion that someone wants Stan dead. To complicate matters, Tanya has medical po... more
  • No Greater Sacrifice

    by John C. Stipa
    When archaeologist Renée d'Arcadia is summoned to France for the reading of a will, she is plunged into a maelstrom of deceit and destruction. Her challenge: solve a 100-year-old mystery originating from a sinister church where nothing is as it seems. Renée joins forces with David Arturo, an ex-helicopter pilot with a troubled past, to interpret clues cleverly hidden in tombstones and classic works of literature to find artifacts scattered across Europe. Racing against time, Renée and David must... more
  • Starsky & Hutch Next Gen: Episodes 1-8

    by Tammy Ruggles
    The sons of Starsky and Hutch take on Bay City's worst criminals while balancing personal lives that are as almost as dangerous. this is a transformative work not associated with or endorsed by the rights holders. None of the original TV characters appear in the book. Other characters include Huggys daughter Tasha Brown, an RN. Their psychic friend Mo, who helps them out on a few cases. And Lucky, a hooker snitch trying to go clean. The book is told in 8 episodes/chapters, and has cases that inc... more
  • Dig Two Graves: A Gripping Crime Thriller (Solomon Gray Book 1)

    by Keith Nixon
    Was it suicide ... or murder? Detective Sergeant Solomon Gray is driven to discover the truth. Whatever the personal cost. When teenager Nick Buckingham tumbles from the fifth floor of an apartment block, Detective Sergeant Solomon Gray answers the call with a sick feeling in his stomach. The victim was just a kid, sixteen years old. And the exact age the detective's son was, the son Gray has not seen since he went missing at a funfair ten years ago. Each case involving children haunts Gray w... more
  • The Assignments

    by P.T. Dawkins
    Jonathan Black, the notorious Wall Street equity trader, runs his desk with an iron fist. Without warning, unpredictable events turn his world upside down. Following a “friendly” corporate merger, Blackie learns the desk he used to run is gone forever. The job he cherishes has yielded to computerized, algorithmic formulas. Adding salt to the wound, he must defend himself against charges of felony insider-trading, having made $2.5 million using non-public information. He is on the street, without... more

    by Ruth C Howard
    A head tournament bridge director is murdered during a heavy thunderstorm and electrical blackout. But you don't have to know anything about bridge to enjoy this murder mystery so read on. The Sheriff and local Police Captain are tasked with unraveling the clues which point to any number of viable suspects--the ambitious assistant director who now becomes the head director; the local unit president who had a major disagreement with the victim; the tournament co-chairs; the other dire... more

    by Ruth C Howard
    Knowledge and understanding of bridge isn't necessary for understanding and enjoyment of this book The primary venue for this novel is a bridge tournament on Cape Cod. Although we meet most of the main characters in Sarasota, FL, the murder does not occur until well into the story. In the meantime, enjoyment of beautiful Cape Cod keeps the action constantly moving. However, as the story leads us quickly forward , the reader will find the development of the characters leading up to the a... more

    by Ruth C Howard

    by David Konnor
    BATTLEGROUND:PARADISE is the story of a group of American expatriates who are living an idyllic and peaceful life in the Philippines in 2018, when two of them are attacked by Filipino Muslim terrorists in an attempt to abduct them and hold them for ransom. The protagonist, DEREK MANSON, uses a hidden pocket knife and some rusty special operations skills to foil the attempt, wounding two of the attackers and killing one. Wounded himself, Derek seeks medical aid at the local hospital, where the po... more
  • Somewhat of an Animal

    by Jacqueline Vincent

    Detective Jack Sargent doesn't know Rose Benoit is the sadistic psychopath responsible for the disturbing murders he's trying to get to the bottom of.

    To him, she's the enigmatic Wall Street CEO who's penchant for things fetishist seems to be mere titliation. However, truly abhorrent things are taking place on both sides of the Atlantic, and the further Jack deleves, the more he is putting himself and his unsuspecting parter at risk.

    Who is allowing Rose Benoit to ... more

  • See No More

    by Whitney Dineen
    Kate Randolph is at the top of her professional game. Her life is happily on track, until she receives a phone call announcing the death of the man who abandoned her when she was eight years old. While in Oregon, she discovers why her scientist/father disappeared, and what she learns will set her on a path that will change her life forever.
  • The Public Good

    by Crista McHugh
    A once a year shot with a one hundred percent success rate, Ovucontra has been tapped to be the contraception of choice in a revolutionary health care bill that will cover a select list of medications for everyone in the country. But when something sounds too good to be true, there’s always a catch. When journalist Alondra Alvarez is tipped off that Ovucontra causes certain women to go sterile, she initially thinks it’s an unintended side effect. But as she learns more about the drug and t... more
  • Race into Murder

    by Karen Black
    A talented colt becomes the catalyst for chaos in a close-knit thoroughbred racing community. The horse’s trainer, Jeff Frazier and his wife, Natalie are at the center of the mayhem. Disagreement over the colt’s future jeopardizes their relationship. As they try to save their marriage, burglary complicates the situation, and kidnapping rocks their world. When a well-known jockey is killed, evidence points to Sonny Owens, a horseman who works for Jeff, and whose family has been associated with... more
  • Mapped Out Murders

    by Mary C. Findley
    Sarah Groben’s an LAPD Homicide Detective and a Pastor’s wife. But she’s got six murders she hopes to solve by Sunday. A fledgling group of transplants from 10-40 window countries are being killed because of their Christianity. A Muslim charity interested in better relations with Americans seems to be connected by the death of a former financial manager. Family members of the victims might also end up in the crosshairs if Sarah is right about a "Persecutor for Hire." Sarah's partner is down ... more