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  • The Julius Katz Collection

    by Dave Zeltserman
    The award-winning Julius Katz stories have delighted mystery fans since first appearing on the pages of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in 2009. JULIUS KATZ introduced readers to Boston's most brilliant, eccentric, and possibly laziest detective, as well as his sidekick, Archie, a tiny marvel of whizbang computer technology with the heart and soul of a hard-boiled PI. The Julius Katz Collection contains six stories that were previously published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and an original ... more
  • Where Sleeping Dogs Lie

    by Luc Vors
    Alyson is undergoing a new treatment for PTSD that deliberately creates multiple personalities. Under hypnosis, she is placed in a make-believe world, where her memories have been relocated into the minds of 9 alter egos, known as The Sleeping Dogs. During therapy sessions, The Sleeping Dogs take turns telling Alyson her story of surviving an underground pit fighting ring, south of the Texas border, at a clinically controllable pace. Trouble arises when Alyson falls for her therapist, Dr Alan... more
  • Lovers in the Fog

    by Hamlet Sarkissian
    Hamlet Sarkissian’s Lovers in the Fog (Page Publishing, April 2, 2019) intermingles a search for romantic completion with a quest for human rights in Gorbachev-era Russia. While the story is set in the late 80s, it is impossible to ignore the parallels with today’s tense political climate, where echoes of Cold War rhetoric emanate from news outlets and officials debate over America’s relationship with Russia. Told from the point of view of Luke Forsythe, an American human rights attorney who ... more
  • Separated at the Border - a Novel

    by Michael Walsten
    In Separated at the Border, Diamond Herrera, a 24-year-old freelance journalist and Jason Taylor, an ex-Army Ranger and journalism professor team up to fight human trafficking and abuse at a privately-run immigrant youth detention facility in the Florida Everglades. Along the way, Di and Jason are forced to take on a Miami-based gang and a corrupt facility administrator while skirting the law and dodging a suspicious Broward County Sheriff's detective. Separated at the Border tells the story of... more
  • The Bridge of Sorrel

    by Terence Goodchild
    On a lonely deserted highway a truck driver picks up a man carrying a sick child, asking where he came from knowing no villages or towns were in 100 miles of the highway the man replies Sorrel, the man and child are dressed in clothes you would see in films like Oliver and the Charles Dickens era, the driver takes the man and child to the nearest hospital and leaves them in emergency and drives off, the child is suspected of having an illness not seen since the middle ages which raises concern ... more
  • AVENGING ANGEL: Love and Death in Old Brooklyn

    by Charles S. Isaacs
    Following a racially motivated rape by three Ku Klux Klansmen, 12 year-old Cassandra Monroe vows revenge. After eight years of training, now a strikingly beautiful assassin, she accomplishes her mission. Her campaign continues with solitary walks through dark city streets, hoping to be assaulted by men with bad intentions. Those entrapped by her spider’s web pay dearly for their efforts. Surrounded by three armed men one night, she’s rescued by Mike Borelli, an Italian-American passerby. A... more
  • Colli Polanski

    by Terence Goodchild
    Colli Polanski lives with his family in the mining town of Coalville they are poor and don’t have much in the way of a life. One day while there father Balti once more comes home drunk after squandering his hard earned pay starts to beat up his wife after she had asked for some money to buy food, he goes into a rage, Colli sick with his father’s actions plunges a bread knife into his back he falls on top of Colli and he cannot move the others pull their father from on top of Colli and he climbs ... more
  • Girl Insane

    by L A Clive
    You would think Diamanda White was just a normal girl, living a normal life. But is she really as innocent as she looks? No one would believe that she is capable of murder, not even her psychic twin sister. No one knows who she really is. Not even Diamanda herself… Faced with a new challenge, she travels from London to Miami to uncover a secret computer programme that Edwin Young, the world’s youngest billionaire, is developing. From the first meeting, they are magnetically drawn to each oth... more
  • Countdown America

    by M.C. Fox
    After the loss of her husband, CIA agent Isabella Bendel accepts a promotion to Chief Supervisor—a much less dangerous position than what she's accustomed to—so she can raise her two children without fear of leaving her children without any parents. But any illusions of safety are shattered when, while on her Sunday morning jog in a Washington, DC park, Isabella survives a brutal assassination attempt. She hauls her assailant into CIA headquarters, confident she can get to the bottom of why he w... more
  • Shadow Resistance

    by B.J. Cyprian
    In this intriguing, page-turning, and slyly humorous tale, readers will find themselves pulling for three unforgettable women confronted with an unusual opportunity to address age-old social, political, racial, and economic hot-button topics. Dominique “Dom” Samuels is a wealthy, reclusive computer genius living a life full of anxiety evoked by tragedy. Her acute awareness of the injustices suffered by minority communities makes a logic-based artificial intelligence program of her own creation p... more
  • A Touch of Madness

    by BC Brown
    Abbey St. Michael, former cop and psychic consultant, is trapped in a tricky situation. When her ex-husband enlists her specialized help in bringing his new fiancee's killer to justice, Abbey finds herself obligated by guilt to take a case she knows is bad news both professionally and personally. But when her former boss gives her the evidence collected to date, Abbey realizes this case may end up being worse than she thought. With the clock ticking to prove the killer's guilt, she needs to assu... more
  • A Touch of Darkness: An Abigail St. Michael Novel

    by BC Brown
    Abigail St. Michael, a former cop, has joined the recently growing ranks of metaphysicals, individuals with abilities outside that of normal human nature. When a murderer stalks her town killing children, Abbey uses her ability of touch clairvoyance to hunt him down. Her only roadblock is that her murderer seems to have his own unique talent, the ability to 'wipe' his victims and their surroundings of any metaphysical energy. With little physical evidence and no supernatural evidence, Abbey is f... more
  • B07BC6GHDW

    by Howard Weiner
    Fraternal twins are raised by an ambivalent aunt who provides an unusual childhood experience. One twin leaves home to join the armed forces and is ultimately assigned to a special forces unit conducting clandestine operations in North Korea. The death of one his unit members produces an introduction to an organized crime family specializing in murder for hire. The funeral for the family's son and an interest in their daughter brings new blood and methods to the family business.
  • B07HJD6XP7

    by Howard Weiner
    Logan Bell accepts a contract assassination believing it originates from one of the U.S. organized crime families. Unbeknownst to him, the CIA has coopted the method by which these contracts are communicated, and the order has come from the CIA instead. The CIA has ordered the hit as a favor to the U.K.'s famed MI-6, And, if that's not unusual enough, MI-6 undertook the deed as a favor to a member of the Royal Family. When the deed is done, everyone appears to get what they sought. A prominen... more
  • B07NDQ6JDG

    by Howard Weiner
    Drawn from recent current events, Weiner’s latest thriller weaves the threats posed to U.S. democracy in the 2016 presidential election. If at First is the ruthless intersection of a lethal crime family, the intelligence communities of two countries, and the White House with secrets that will prove deadly to all concerned told only as Weiner can. In If at First, a mafia underboss escapes a sanctioned act of retribution by his family’s patriarch. Rescued by a Russian oligarch with close ties ... more
  • The Destiny Relic

    by Ed Mitchell
    Hank Cameron, cousin to a U.S. Senator, is the most hated and most hunted man in the Middle East. Framed for stealing a religious relic that could inflame or end warfare around the world, he is isolated in Jordan. A dead or alive bounty has been issued for his capture. Agents of the Vatican, the Israeli Mossad, and Muslim terrorists, all want what he has. Where to hide? Who to trust? Can he survive? Will the world?