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  • Death In Vermilion

    by Barbara Elle
    A psychological thriller about art and obsession... Leila Goodfriend is laying down the bones of a painting. When interrupted by Iris, the noisy, unlikeable artist in the studio upstairs, Leila is distracted and annoyed. When she discovers the racket was actually Iris' dead body hitting the floor, Leila becomes obsessed: Who murdered Iris? The other Red Barn Cooperative artists—competitive, jealous and hypocritical—are prime suspects. They all hated Iris. “An artist owes his life to h... more
  • Funny Money

    by T. R. Schumer

    “A fast-paced and whip-smart thrill ride...” Judge, 5th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published eBook Awards.

    Sebastian “Sebo” Corrado is six foot six and on paper after serving two years of a three-year sentence for car theft, but any thought of starting over and finding a new life is off the table—his old boss has big plans. Alfonzo Lanzano is also serving the tail-end of his sentence on the street. An Italian immigrant from ... more

  • Ghosts and Shadows

    by H. Max Hiller
    The oath Detective "Cadillac" Holland swore to defend his home against foriegn and domestic enemies is put to the test when evil men from both sides of the border start a war on the eve of Mardi Gras, an election, and the first Super Bowl in Saints' history. When Detective Holland's friends and family are also put at risk, he is forced to find a way to keep the peace between local heroin dealers and a violent Mexican drug cartel, outsmart a shadowy defense contractor who has resurrected the inte... more
  • Femme Fatale Online

    by Eugene Rodgers
    Rick Collins, a young married man, participates in a virtual world populated by avatars controlled by participants at home computers all over the world. Through his avatar twin, Isaac, Rick spends all his virtual-world time with another look-alike avatar, the sexy Joan d’Arc, who inveigles him into a romance. Her unknown animator gets him a job in the real world with a huge manufacturer, and then reveals she’s a spy. She forces Rick into industrial espionage by blackmailing him with secretly-tap... more
  • Telegram For Mrs. Mooney

    by Cate M. Ruane
    With only a telegram to guide him, Tommy Mooney leaves his Long Island home in search of his big brother Jack—a RAF Spitfire pilot missing in action somewhere in Nazi occupied Europe. His first stop is London, where he’ll enlist the help of Daphne Clarke—Jack’s British fiancée. Hope turns to foreboding as it begins to look as though the two are being deceived by the Gestapo—used in a plot to expose a Resistance network created to help downed airmen evade capture. “What a bleeding conundr... more
  • The New Holy Warriors

    by Alice Sandoval
    This post 9/11 political thriller involves the hero searching for his missing parents in Mexico, held by a terrorist Islamic leader. Marc Bravo, an attorney, solves the crime.
  • Expired Listings: Revenge Begins at Home

    by D.M. Barr
    A sexy psychological thriller that takes jabs at the real estate industry--suspenseful with a touch of romance. Someone is killing off the unethical Realtors in Rock Canyon (meaning all of them!) and the clues are all pointing toward Dana Black, a kinky, sharp-witted yet emotionally skittish Realtor with memory lapses, who has no alibi for the crimes because during each, she was using her empty listings for games like Bondage Bingo with her twisted lover, Dare. When alluring but vanilla detectiv... more
  • Slashing Mona Lisa

    by D.M. Barr
    Most people are dying to lose a few pounds. Not so in Slashing Mona Lisa, where it's the weight-loss advocates who are losing their lives... Whenever Terry Mangel's body acceptance revival meeting rolls into town, local diet execs and "fat shamers" turn up dead, often in grotesque, ironic ways. All single murders in small suburbs, no one's noticed a pattern, until rookie journalist Camarin Torres takes a closer look. Torres is a crusader against discrimination, partially to assuage the guilt... more
  • Terminal

    by John Leifer
    The most devastating terrorist attack ever recorded on American soil begins and ends without spilling a single drop of blood. Four jihadists, armed with nothing more than a briefcase and a pen, walk nonchalantly through the country’s busiest airports, killing time and killing people. A deadly mist, laden with a universally lethal virus, trails close behind them. Their goal: foment a global pandemic. Their vision: Armageddon, where only the Chosen Ones – those loyal to the United Islamic State – ... more
  • More Than One Truth

    by Matt Benson
    A young military attorney resigns from the Navy after his lover exposes their illicit affair. He reluctantly returns to his small hometown in northern California and takes a job with a charismatic public defender known for reckless behavior. When tragedy strikes, the Narrator is left on his own. Shortly thereafter, he's assigned to defend a high school classmate facing a murder charge. Conflicted feelings about his hometown bubble to the surface. With overwhelming facts pointing to his client's ... more

    by Jane B
    Every coin has two sides and sometimes death turns out to be a gift from heaven. The terrible events of Kate's childhood have left an indelible mark on her soul and made her hate everything associated with faith. After escaping as a teenager from a pseudo-religious sect called “the house of the Lord”, now in her thirties, Kate is uncompromising. She considers herself a reasonable person with a no-nonsense view of life and inviolable sense of right and wrong. Everything changes when her roommate... more
  • ISBN-13: 978-0692967478

    by Roger Canaff
  • Failure To Protect/978-1-7753637-0-5

    by Yvonne Smith
    When a routine clinic visit leads to a child that cannot be accounted for in the last 17 years, Nina Carter becomes fixated on finding her. The quest propels her into an uneasy alliance with her estranged husband and reunites her with the dysfunctional Salinger family, acquaintances from her childhood that she shares an uncomfortable past with. Convinced that something sinister has taken place, Nina digs into the questions and inconsistencies that surface, forcing her to face how her own act... more
  • killing juri kasagan

    by william scoales
    DURING breakup of the USSR in 1990 a father and daughter Save each other from being killed by a rogue KGB officer on the run, Set in Cadiz.,
  • A Fiery Murder (Sarah Richards Mysteries) (Volume 3)

    by Debra Ison
    Fifteen-year-old Austin Moreland finds his life turned upside down when he unexpectedly enters the foster system. His soldier father is missing in Afghanistan, and his mother has a fatal car crash only days after the news of Sgt. Moreland's MIA status is known. Austin's life is further complicated when he is mistaken for another teen who is setting fires in the area. The youth finds help, however, from an unexpected source as Sam and Sarah Richards become his foster parents and search for th... more
  • Resorting to Larceny

    by Gail Hulnick
    Along the scenic back roads of Coastal Georgia and the South Carolina Lowcountry, the live oaks and Spanish moss wave gently on the breeze. But are the dappled shade and lowcountry quiet ready for the ragtag collection of wannabe car race drivers, gearheads and grease monkeys taking a hairpin turn to glory? In this breezy beach read, these not-ready-for-prime-time car jocks have concocted their own motorsports extravaganza. But as the revs build, valuable items begin to disappear. Do the fast fi... more