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  • The Darque Side

    by Steve Burkart
    When a four-man team of Iranian terrorists surreptitiously enters the US, the desecrated body of a Border patrol Agent near the Mexican Border is a harbinger of future events. The team's goal to attack 'soft' targets in the nation's capital and kill as many Americans as possible, to include the President, is thwarted by John Darque and the covert organization he heads. While investigating the incidents, Darque realized he was fighting two battles, one global and one personal, that were somehow c... more
  • Potager Plot

    by Vikki Walton
    When Anne stumbles upon a dead body, she's drawn into a deadly plot. While the death of the garden club president appears accidental, rumors and questions soon emerge. Was the death deliberate? Anne knows that the truth often hides in the smallest of details, and as she digs further, more dirt is revealed into the lives of the garden club members.
  • Chatelet

    by joseph aragon
  • Now and Then Stab

    by Anna Castle
    London, 1593. An anonymous ballad calls for violence. The mayor offers 100 crowns for the author’s name. Thomas Clarady wants that money and drags Francis Bacon in to help. Then the authorities turn on two popular playmakers. One is tortured. Another is killed in a brawl. The official story seems plausible, but Tom doesn’t buy it. He refuses stop digging, uncovering a plot best left buried. Bacon and his team must hazard their lives to find the truth. Whether justice can be obtained is another m... more
  • Not Today! A Dora's Rage Mystery - Book 1

    by David E. Feldman
    The disguised voice on the phone claims City Hall is infested with corruption caused by a murder “that wasn’t a murder,” but when Dora’s beloved Lt. Franny Hart investigates and tragedy strikes, the enraged natural born fighter won’t let it stand … NOT TODAY - Dora’s Rage Series, Book 1. Deborah “Dora” Ellison’s job collecting garbage, usually by lifting and “tipping” the filled garbage containers with one hand, has made her freakishly strong. At her lover, Beach City Police Lieutenant France... more
  • Lotty Enters the Building

    by Louise Embling
    Lotty is a clumsy single Forensic Scientist, and there are many reasons for that; more people have seen the Holy Grail than have seen Lotty’s genitals. But that will soon be changing, as she sets out to solve the murder of a gossip columnist, all while trying to control her flatulence in the presence of a recently relocated Detective Sergeant. Not forgetting using a marital aid as a self-defence weapon...
  • The Hammer

    by Scott Shepherd
    Aiden devoted thirty years of his life to the NYPD wherein he worked aggressively as a street cop and homicide detective. Friends and colleagues affectionately dubbed him ‘The Hammer’. His retirement from the NYPD was a bittersweet turning point in his life. In 2015, Aiden decided to retire and live a quiet life with his wife, Alexis, in the fictional small town of Hill Valley, Tennessee. What began as a quiet and seemingly perfect retirement quickly turns into a world filled with rage and grief... more
  • The Hope Affair

    by Jim Chambers
    Fraud, murder, sexual exploitation and political corruption threaten the worlds of young businessman, Christopher Townsend and civil servant, Caroline Hope. Christopher’s dreams of riches are in peril whilst Caroline becomes suicidal. And government collapse seems likely. Christopher Townsend is a motivated young businessman determined to prove himself in the wake of his abusive father’s damning comments. He identifies an outlet for his ambitions and quest for success in the corporate world, whe... more
  • The Revenge

    by Steven Bosworth
    Following the aftermath of the Pearson money house robbery and the eradication of the gang members due to their betrayal, Dean Nash is now a criminal on the run and is still trying to piece together the memories from his previous life when he worked for a secret government agency that was headed by a team of powerful businessmen called the cardinals. Nash still has feeling of regret following the death of the director of intelligence John Wagstaff who had approached Dean to work for him. Unsure ... more
  • A Needle in the Eye

    by Shawn Scuefield

    A crime from the past revisited...Retired detectives Robert Raines and Dale Gamble are horrified to learn three young black girls have been kidnapped from Englewood…again! A copycat has re-created the decades old crime that scarred both men during their days with the Chicago Police Department. But unlike in the original case, this perpetrator leaves taunting clues and has made it a game with a chilling stipulation: Find the girls within 72 hours, or they die!<... more

  • The Mortality in Lies

    by Scott Gibson
    In Belle Epoque Paris, British journalist Percy Welles hires the beautiful and eccentric Georges Seigneur to help him run a news wire service. Georges draws Welles into an examination of the notorious Dreyfus Affair, the case of a French officer unmasked as a traitor and a spy. But Welles has a secret, one he cannot reveal to Georges: he has been sent to Paris by the British government to run an agent of his own. Torn between his love for Georges and his duty to his country, Welles attempts to s... more
  • Sideslip

    by Barry Freeman

     Security chief for a private airport sounded like the perfect job for Ross Coe. Washed-out fighter pilot at 24, retired military cop at 30, and Private Investigator at 40, he has a chance to begin again on the home airfield he left twenty years before. His antique airplane is without wings, his family home is torched by persons unknown and he is forced to live in a barn converted to an airplane hangar with two cats without names.

    At the Wilson Airpark crimes begin on the ground an... more

  • Dark Justice

    by James Musgrave
    The supernatural curse of the tribe’s Skinwalker witches, in the form of a coyote, which allegedly can run on two legs like a man, and the strange practices of the Navaho Medicine man and his deaf assistant, cause this mystery to evolve into a much bigger conundrum than merely that of abortion. The search for truth will end on the Navaho Nation’s land, under less than ideal circumstances.
  • The Apparition in the Attic

    by Courtney McFarlin
    Professional home stager Brynn Sullivan is known as the person to call if you can’t sell a home. Little do her clients know that she has a secret! When a beautiful Victorian sits on the market for too long, the desperate realtor reaches out for help. But this time, Brynn may be in over her head as a ghostly mystery from the past collides with a present-day murder. Will she be able to solve both cases in time? If you like paranormal cozies, funny spirits, and amateur sleuths, you’ll love ... more
  • The Body in the Park

    by Courtney McFarlin
    She's found an unlikely consultant to help solve the crime. But this speaking pet might just prove purr-fect... Hannah Murphy yearns for a real news story. But after a strange migraine results in an unexpected ability to talk to her cat, she must keep the kitty-communication skills a secret if she wants to advance from fluff pieces to covering felonies. And when she literally trips over a slain body, she's shocked her feline companion is the best partner to crack the case. Convinced she's ... more
  • A Message from Boo

    by R.G. Johansen
    A killer has arrived in Atlanta and set in motion a chain of events that can only be described as a roller coaster nightmare. Detective John Williams, a diehard Southerner has been tasked with solving the crimes, a job made more complex given his responsibility as a single parent to his preschool daughter, Boo. When you add a new, know-it-all partner straight out of the New York City Police Department to the mix, it makes matters even more difficult. Get ready for the twists and turns that pit t... more