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  • Tormented

    by Susan Clayton-Goldner
    Father's Anthony's devotion to God and His Church begins to unravel the moment Rita Wittier steps inside St. Catherine’s Cathedral in San Francisco. He struggles to control his feelings, but two years later, he is a man obsessed. In an attempt to rediscover the priest he intended to become, Anthony flies back to Delaware to visit Father Timothy. If redemption can be found anywhere, surely it can be found in the church of his childhood and in the soothing Irish brogue of his old priest. The m... more
  • River of Silence

    by Susan Clayton-Goldner
    When Detective Winston Radhauser is awakened by a call from dispatch at 12:45 a.m., it can mean only one thing. Something terrible awaits him. He races to the Pine Street address and knocks repeatedly. No answer. The door is unlocked. “Police,” he calls out. Again, no one responds. He unsnaps his holster and places his hand on his gun. In the kitchen, Caleb Bryce, nearly deaf from a childhood accident, is frantically giving CPE to 19-month-old Skyler Sterling. Less than an hour later, Skyler ... more
  • A Trace of Revenge

    by Lyle Howard
  • The Lion's Mouth: A Nick Lawrence Novel

    by Brian Christopher Shea

    Big things come in small packages.

    Nick Lawrence returned to Austin, Texas and rejoined his old unit, the FBI’s Violent Crimes Against Children task force. It’s not long before he finds himself in the middle of a well-organized human trafficking ring. Teaming with local law enforcement, he sets out to dismantle the group. Nick soon realizes that he’s in over his head and if he’s not careful…he might lose his.

    A girl, alone and on the run, hunted by a... more

  • The Counterfeiter's Daughter: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure

    by E.V. Blackwell
    The year is 1884. Sherlock Holmes, the Great Detective, is at the pinnacle of his career - his reputation for solving the unfathomable spreading far beyond the confines of London. He is also a man at a crossroads. As the nuptials of Dr. John Watson, his best and truest friend loom, he begins to question the very path he has set for himself. Destructive habits, long thought vanquished, re-emerge and threaten both his physical and mental well-being. Dr. Watson urges him to take on a seemingly si... more
  • Private Access

    by Matson Sewell
    PRIVATE ACCESS is a psychological and high-tech suspense/thriller where covert corporate greed uses Big Data and super-computing capacity for specialized investigations. “ACCESS” is a clandestine marketing and matchmaking company. It’s fueled by a supercomputer and a director who will do anything to make his clients happy . . . and make millions. He uses access (both illegal and legal) to the countless digitized databases now in existence. This data is combined with the extraordinary amount of p... more
  • The Midnight Heist

    by Garry Wiggins
  • Autumn of Fear

    by Gledé Browne Kabongo

    "A masterpiece of a psychological thriller. No one writes a thriller quite like Glede Browne Kabongo." 
    — Goodreads Reviewer 5 stars

    An ambitious girl with a promising future, a charming manipulator with a diabolical secret—the truth will destroy them both


    When college student Abbie Cooper wakes up in a hospital bed barely alive aft... more

  • The Mystery of Flight 2222

    by Thomas Neviaser
    Two strangers meet while seated together on a long distance air flight. The more seasoned of the two creates a game to pass the time. They choose seven passengers and proceed to guess their names, age, occupation, marital status, personality traits and more about them. Later, they are informed of severe mechanical problems disabling the plane, leading to a crash into the sea. They survive along with only seven other passengers, incredibly the seven people from their game. The interaction among ... more
  • Eerie Rhymes read by Ava

    by Ann Deprés
    A collection of rhymes written for Ann's animated YouTube series. You can check out a new rhyme every Monday @ 8 pm, on Ann’s website and YouTube channel.
  • The 25

    by Ace Bryant

    What Is the Secret of the 25?

    It’s the year 2022. In Boston, Massachusetts, the FBI is battling the 25, a mysterious and deadly extremist group that’s targeting and assassinating the president’s alt-right supporters.

    Young special agent Reggie Jennings is assigned to infiltrate the terror cell. But Reggie’s never been an undercover officer before, and his lack of experience shows. When sparks fly during a chance ... more

  • Perimeter

    by M.A. Rothman

    Levi is a "fixer" in a fix.

    The CIA needs his help. The Russian mob wants him dead.

    With enemies closing in and nowhere to turn, he learns that the one person who may hold all the answers ... is his dead wife.

  • Cities on Hills

    by B. K. Berrell
    The asset is alive, the witness is on the run, and the anomaly is on the loose. Mystics and murderers, monsters and maniacs, all collide in this stunning sequel. After the events that transpired in A Tightening Noose, readers will reunite with familiar characters, and meet fascinating new ones, as they are immersed in a reality where first world countries lie on the brink of tyranny as other nations burn. The scope and intent of the Initiative widens while a populist politician's star rises. ... more
  • A Tightening Noose

    by B. K. Berrell
    Summary Living on the fringes of contemporary american society a reclusive combat veteran and a former prize fighter, turned outlaw biker, find themselves unwittingly ensnared in a federal investigation. As ghosts from their separate and sordid pasts emerge and are examined, they are drawn, increasingly closer, towards the outlier of an intricate conspiracy with global ramifications. Uncomfortably current, darkly spiritual, socially unacceptable, and eerily familiar, a tightening noose will leav... more
  • High Crimes

    by Libby Fischer Hellmann

    How do you solve a murder when there are 42,000 suspects? That’s the task facing Chicago PI Georgia Davis, hired to hunt down those ultimately responsible for the assassination of Resistance leader Dena Baldwin at a demonstration fourteen months after the 2016 election. The gunman, on a hotel rooftop near Grant Park, dies within minutes of the shooting.  As Georgia sifts through Dena’s 42,000 Facebook followers, she discovers that unknown enemies hiding behind fake profiles have infiltrated t... more

  • Joshua and the Shadow of Death

    by Gary McPherson

    Gary McPherson’s breakthrough thriller “Joshua and the Shadow of Death” tackles relevant, real world issues. National security, government contracts and greed fuel this dramatic, quick read. McPherson’s battle with Behcet’s disease, as well as his own personal adoption story, provide a unique perspective on a tale that explores suicide, separation anxiety and berserker (blind rage) syndrome. Joshua, and his journey through the shadows, encourages us to think abou... more