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  • Getaway Death

    by Bonnie Hardy
    Olivia Greer's trip to the small town of Lily Rock has not been the relaxing getaway she hoped for.  She was run off the road by a tailgator.  Rescued by a handsome stranger.  A friend was found dead.  Oh, and now Olivia is the prime suspect in the murder.  She really should have stayed home.  Stranded in town as the investigation continues, Olivia must come to her defense and uncover the secrets lurking beneath Lily Rock’s surface. In this seemingly sweet burg full of quirky character... more
  • The Art Thief

    by Steve Leshin
    Nothing is what it seems when the owner of a prestigious Manhattan art gallery hires private detective Joshua Oates in 1921 New York City. A mysterious figure is threatening the owner if he does not agree to display five crude paintings in his art gallery. When the manager is murdered, Oates becomes the prime suspect for a relentless police detective who is convinced he is the killer. While searching for clues, Oates meets a daring ex-art thief now working for Scotland Yard. She enlists his help... more
  • The Millionaire

    by Keenan Powell
    When Maureen Gould’s former client, Tony Paredes, known as “The Millionaire,” is accused of killing his abuser, she believes he’s innocent. But the authorities don’t care. They throw him into jail with violent criminals who almost beat him to death to extort money he doesn’t have. As he recovers in the hospital, Maureen must find the evidence that will convince a jury to acquit him. If he goes back, the next beating will surely kill him.
  • Blackshirt Conspiracy

    by Jason Monaghan
    In 1936 Britain is facing a political and constitutional crisis. The fascist British Union are edging towards power, the king’s American mistress threatens to destabilise the monarchy, and secretive forces are manipulating events for their own ends. Hugh Clifton is trapped in his role as an MI5 informer within the fascist headquarters, taking over Room Z and recruiting his lover Sissy as one of his agents. Investigating a simple burglary, they uncover murder and a rapidly spiraling web of intrig... more
  • The Foliage

    by EK Powers
    "The Foliage" is an epic tale that delves into the intertwined journeys of CEO of Indigenous Land Holdings George Ivann, the last living relative of the Lakota warrior tribe, and his beloved son, Gregory. Set against the backdrop of a tumultuous era when European settlers invade the ancestral Poconos land, the story explores themes of justice, revenge, resilience, and the enduring power of the human spirit. The narrative begins with the brutal slaying of George's ancestors and the forced relo... more
  • The Complaint

    by Tom Breen
  • The Spider Bite Murders - Touch Series One

    by Craig Strickland
    With only a touch, Michael Calrissi can read your thoughts. His psychic skills, however, are a double-edged sword: an effective tool for tracking down serial killers, but an obstacle for keeping friends or lovers. In “The Spider Bite Murders,” he investigates a string of disappearances in a remote California forest. Soon, Calrissi psychically pries into the secrets of both his detective partner and a would-be girlfriend, alienating both. His skill also reveals that something—or someone—is li... more
  • The Koh Ker Conspiracy: An Archaeological Thriller

    by Caleb Andrew
    A favor to his friend Thomas turns into a nightmare for ex-spy Boran Tompkins. With Thomas’s life on the line, Boran pursues a dangerous smuggler to a forgotten, thousand-year old pyramid in the Cambodian jungle, where he uncovers a plot to steal a priceless antiquity. Can he rescue his friend, stop the theft, and keep everyone alive?
  • Snap Decision

    by Holly Spofford

    Lifelong friends Paige Buckley and Fina Manzetti are getting a fresh start in New York City. During her first week at a new job, Paige meets Max Dovic, a wealthy businessman. It’s an encounter that catapults Paige into a world she has never experienced. As Paige falls into lust with Max, she ignores the red flags: how Max talks to people as if he owns them, his endless supply of cash, strange early morning deliveries to his yacht. Convinced Max is not what he seems, Fina and their ... more

  • Stayin' Alive

    by Susie McKenna

    Deana, the snarky, determined heroine in Susie McKenna's book, LAST TRACKS, returns in STAYIN' ALIVE to outsmart the bad guys. She works with the local detective to unravel a web of motives related to greed, jealousy, and deception. Deana and her friends use technology to unravel the puzzle and unorthodox weapons to stay safe.

  • Unraveling Shadows: Shadows of Extinction Book 2

    by Kareem J Glover
    From lab work to field work, Jenebah finds herself falling into a changing landscape, and things are getting dangerously complicated. After the thrilling events of The Apicide Affair, this next book, Unraveling Shadows, takes readers deeper into Dr. Jenebah Tamba's newfound reality. She finds herself tossed into a world filled with secrets and death, where the shadows of the past beckon with unanswered questions, and the future hinges on choices fraught with peril. Dr. Jenebah Tamba, now W... more
  • Stayin' Alive

    by Susie McKenna
    The heroine in LAST TRACKS, Deana, returns in STAYIN' ALIVE. She heads to rural Virginia to hike, bike and play golf. The bucolic scenery that fools visitors into thinking all is peace and harmony turns out to be a dangerous false impression. Technology has invaded even rural areas, bringing advances that make life easier, but also making it easier for criminals to ply their trades. The good guys use technology and old-fashioned weapons to stay safe. The lyrics made famous by the Bee Gees be... more
  • Dead In The Water (A Cape Cod Mystery Book 2)

    by Keith Yocum
    A boat is found empty floating off the coast of Cape Cod. The blood-stained deck leads authorities to fear the owner was pulled overboard fighting a colossal bluefin tuna. Stacie, a young reporter, is sent to Chatham on Cape Cod to cover the story. She discovers a simmering tension between the town’s new affluent residents and the working-class fishing community trying to scrape a living out of a tired and warming ocean. The farther she digs into the ghost boat’s mystery, the closer she comes to... more
  • In the Life Ever After

    by Alice K. Boatwright
    The cold, dark winter in the Cotswolds is finally coming to an end, so Ellie and Graham Kent celebrate with a belated honeymoon in Paris. But news from Little Beecham casts a shadow over their holiday: convicted murderer Corinna Matthews has been released from prison and turns up in the village, asking for Mrs. Kent. As Ellie soon discovers, it was Louise, Graham's late wife, that Corinna wanted to see, but she steps in to help and finds herself coping not only coping with villagers who still wa... more
  • Sunflowers & Scorched Earth: The History of American Vigilante Expression and The Found Works of B.L. Ashburn

    by Locke Wood
    Ben Ashburn was violently ripped from his bed one fateful night, his naked body trembling amidst the heart-wrenching cries of his beloved. He had no recollection of how or why he ended up imprisoned. The next 20 years of his life bogged down in an inferno of torment, humiliation, and blind justice, wiping him off his Earth's surface and his family's memory. Now a free man, vengeance consumes Ben's every waking moment, as the city and the only father he knew steeped in greed and venality. The R... more
  • The Esmeralda Goodbye

    by Corey Lynn Fayman
    In the sleepy seaside town of La Jolla, California, rookie cop Jake Stirling saves renowned author Raymond Chandler from committing suicide. Jake’s decisive action earns the respect of his hard-nosed captain, Wade Lennox, who served on the force with Jake’s father, a detective whose career was destroyed by the scandalous, still unsolved Creeper case. Jake and his family have pulled together to deal with their father’s self-destruction, but teenaged brother Danny’s rebelliousness threatens their ... more