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  • 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
  • Day One: Birth Is a Death Sentence

    by Don Sedei
    Brief Synopsis of Day One By Don Sedei In Alexandria, Virginia, KACHADA is caught in a fierce gun-battle, after his failed assassination attempt. He manages to escape alive with his best friend, cocaine-laced nasal spray, at his side. This friend helps him fight through the pain of living 7,358,400 minutes beyond his expiration date. He vows to find the man responsible for the lifeless faces that haunt him. It has been twenty-nine years since his failed attempt in Alexandria, and the U.S. Sen... more
  • Nondisclosure

    by Geoffrey M Cooper
    When a leading professor at a major medical research institute accuses a colleague of drugging and sexually assaulting a student, department chair Brad Parker and university detective Karen Richmond join forces to investigate, only to be stymied by a victim who can't remember what happened. But as fragments of memory resurface, she's brutally attacked and murdered. The conclusion is obvious, but in the absence of forensic evidence, police hit a wall—until Brad and Karen's inquiries take an unexp... more
  • Section Roads

    by Mike Murphey
    When attorney Cullen Molloy attends his fortieth high school reunion, he doesn’t expect to be defending childhood friends against charges of murder… In a small town on the high plains of Eastern New Mexico, life and culture are shaped by the farm roads defining the 640-acre sections of land homesteaders claimed at the turn of the Twentieth Century. Cullen and Shelby Blaine explore first love along these section roads during the 1960’s, forging a life-long emotional bond. As j... more
  • Clean: A Conspiracy Thriller (Vortmit Book 1)

    by Tom Lytes
    Police officer Peggy Whitfield receives a series of social media messages that instruct her to commit murder or she herself could be killed. As she investigates the mysterious messages, Peggy learns of a computer program named Clean that uses online activity to target those deemed unworthy. The ramifications of the program become clear as the bodies pile up, and Peggy questions the motives of those closest to her. When she decides to fake her own death, is it a brilliant plan that will thwar... more
  • The Anchor is the Key (Madam Celeste)

    by Linda Anthony Hill
    Madam Celeste is a psychic with a secret. She is the psychic in a small town in North Texas, but unbeknownst to her clients, she is also a licensed psychotherapist. A skill that comes in handy when you meet a couple of ghosts that are in need of some therapy. Not to mention many of her clients need therapy, too. Life gets exciting when she is drawn into a local murder mystery. Is there a demon lurking at a benefactor's warehouse? Enjoy this paranormal cozy mystery.
  • Angels in the Shadows

    by joseph blanche
    A young lady uses a veteran combat tracking dog to search for two missing girls and finds herself on the trail of a serial killer.
  • The Furious Way

    by Aaron Philip Clark
    Lucy Ramos is out for blood—she needs to kill a man, but she has no clue how. Lucy calls on the help of aged hit-man, Tito Garza—also known as El Perro of Pedro. Garza’s signature method of killing? Using dogs to maul his targets to death. Now, in his golden years, Garza lives a mundane life in San Pedro, a port town south of downtown Los Angeles. With a backpack full of cash, Lucy persuades Garza to help her murder her mother’s killer, Assistant District Attorney Victor Soto. Together, the forg... more
  • Life Force Preserve

    by Courtney Leigh Pahlke

    Anna confronts the mysterious people blending into scenes following several near-death incidents, only to learn they’re a part of a world-wide organization, that’s been covertly safeguarding her endangered bloodline against another invading presence.

  • Strong As Steel (Caitlin Strong Novels Book 10)

    by Jewel Hart
    Tough-as-nails Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong returns in this electrifying tenth installment of the series, by USA Today bestselling author Jon Land 1994: Texas Ranger Jim Strong investigates a mass murder on a dusty freight train linked to a mysterious, missing cargo for which no record exists. The Present: His daughter, fifth generation Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong, finds herself on the trail of that same cargo when skeletal remains are found near an excavation site in the Texas desert. She’... more
  • The daughter of patience

    by Hussin alkheder
    It is January 2010, as two police officers emerge from their car and sprint into a building in an old Damascus neighborhood. They are joined moments later by Detective Mansour Chait from the Criminal Security Administration and find the lifeless body of a mother of four daughters and a boy with a congenital bone disorder, inside one of the apartments. After Chait writes his report, he is handed an envelope stuffed with money. A month later, Mullah Abdullah Al-Allab, a religious man is arre... more
  • V.E.N.O.M.: In Venenum Potentia (V.E.N.O.M. Series Book 1)

    by Ty Mitchell

    Do the wrong thing--you're dead

    Do the right thing--the life you know is destroyed

    Do nothing at all and you will have a hand in the biggest global war America has seen since World War II

    These were the only options given to burnt out homicide detective, Jake Penny, after mistakenly exposing the American government's biggest secret that never existed. Now an investigative reporter is digging too deep into his life, the NSA is hawking his every move, a shadow society ... more