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  • The Great Game

    by D. R. Bell
    A block of countries, led by China and Russia, stages an overnight financial coup to unseat the US dollar as the world's reserve currency. Fortunes are made and lost in a matter of hours. But some have more far-ranging plans than financial gain.
  • The Metronome

    by D. R. Bell
    Pavel Rostin has taken too many chances. Once a promising physicist, he abandoned science for finance and risked everything on a speculative venture. Careless and rogue, he gambled with his personal relationships. As Pavel tries to pick up the pieces of his life, a call from Russia informs him that his father is dead. When Pavel follows his father’s footsteps trying to solve the mystery of his death, he turns up some inexplicable clues. The investigation draws him deeper and deeper into his fami... more
  • Marshland

    by D. R. Bell
    To help his father, Ben moves back into the old neighborhood. Years ago he was a popular athlete in the local school, then a successful mid-level executive, father, husband. Now Ben is a loner, content to spend his free time in the "reality" of the internet. Ben reluctantly snaps out of his seclusion when he tries to understand why an old friend and neighbor killed himself and realizes that this is no longer the same neighborhood he grew up in. It's as if someone used resources of social media... more
  • Immortal Wounds: A Doctor Nora Kelly Mystery

    by Kate Scannell

    A doctor, struggling to recover from a devastating family trauma, is drawn back into her life during a perilous quest to solve the mystery of multiple deaths among the staff at Oakland City Hospital.

    It’s a normal workday for Dr. Nora Kelly—as normal as it can be after the traumatic loss of her family two years ago. She steps into the ER at Oakland City Hospital, wrestling with grief and self-doubt about her ability to continue practicing medicine. Early retirement incr... more

  • Nemesis

    by Cat Bruno
    Ancient gods inspire a modern crime in this intoxicating blend of myth and madness. Dandelion Jackman, a soon to be married newspaper photographer, has it all: a successful career, an ambitious and handsome fiancé, and blessings from the gods. However, a not so extraordinary day changes everything, and Dandelion discovers nothing is at it seems. Now, she will stop at nothing to even the scales of justice. Nemesis - balancer of life, daughter of Justice, and goddess of divine vengeanc... more
  • Lies She Never Told Me

    by John Ellsworth
    Lies She Never Told Me is the story of Michael Gresham's heritage, beginning with his father's father. The book features mob wars in 1920's Chicago; World War II invasions and POW camps; romance between powerful men and beautiful women; the most infamous mass murder in 1960's Chicago; and the complete growing-up story of Michael Gresham himself, from young boy to young lawyer. The book recounts the first meeting between Michael and his famous investigator Marcel in Operation Desert Shield when b... more
  • Murder in Costa Rica

    by L.D. Markham
    Divorced, overworked, and full of doubts, Laura Humphreys escapes to paradise to volunteer for a sea turtle conservation project. Her vacation is shattered when a friend is murdered. The police are understaffed, a government official may be stalling the investigation, and Laura refuses to relent. Antonio De La Torres, the lead government investigator, is determined to have an honest investigation. His attraction to Laura makes him even more committed to his goal but he may be running out of ... more
  • Ithaca's Soldier

    by Kelly Utt

    Rocket scientist. Ex-military hero. Fiercely devoted family man.

    When George Hartmann's past life as an Ancient Greek soldier catches up to his new life in Upstate New York, a violent break-in endangers his sons and brings the terrifying realization that centuries-old demons may be back to haunt them.

    Will George be able to protect the ones he loves and find lasting peace?

    Ithaca's Soldier is the first book in the twisty psychological thril... more

  • Power Void

    by Edward Vickery
    Professor Will Childress is immersed in a complicated, high-stakes quest. A large grant enables him to begin a research project to pursue new photovoltaics techniques that will bring low-cost electricity to the 1.2 billion people who now have no access to it in developing countries. He teams up with professors and students at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru and a solar panel manufacturer in India to invent a radical transformation of existing solar technology. Complexities of unive... more
  • Wide Window

    by Lauren dysim
    Nina and Max live their mother. When Nina goes to restroom something is wrong. A window is open. Mom says there was never a bathroom window. One day she walks to the same room and finds her mom lying on the floor. Is she dead? And How?
  • Search for the Golden Diamond of Kolimar

    by Steve Dimeo
    Nick Christmas and his young Girl Friday Randi Degrotti try to track down the famous Golden Diamond of Kolimar missing under mysterious circumstances from the estate of Wade and Adeline Huntington only to discover two other interests vying for its retrieval, an archeology couple with two avid graduate assistants versus two physicists and mysterious cohorts from an energy research company called GEOS. Finding the diamond in the least likely place, the detective and his lady sidekick witness a cl... more

    by Samuel Jimenez
    Troubled by his past, a small city detective must solve a murder on the anniversary of his wife’s death. Things begin to unravel when a girl who has been following him shows up dead and a mysterious caller threaten his understanding. He will have to rely on the little friends he has left to stop a killer's plans.
  • Beneath the Ice and Other Stories

    by Gary Earl Ross
    Overview Beneath the Ice and Other Stories by Gary Earl Ross Short stories of mystery and suspense, eroticism and wonder from the Edgar Award-winning author of Matter of Intent, Blackbird Rising, and the Gideon Rimes mysteries.
  • The Dagger

    by Pam Anders
    Twenty-four year old school teacher Kat Delaney enjoys a comfortable and nondescript life until events begin to crash down around her, beginning with the murder of her acutely secretive and over protective father. His death triggers an investigation, which raises questions as to who he really was, and who she is. Kat is determined to find the answer to her true identity, but the answer finds her before she has a chance. Kat is thrown into the violent and chilling world from which her father had... more
  • Murder on the Lake of Fire

    by Mikel J. Wilson
    At twenty-three and with a notorious case under his belt, Emory Rome has already garnered fame as a talented special agent for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. His career is leapfrogging over his colleagues, but the jumping stops when he’s assigned a case he fought to avoid – an eerie murder in the Smoky Mountain hometown he had abandoned. The mysterious death of a teen ice-skater once destined for the pros is soon followed by an apparent case of spontaneous human combustion. In a small to... more
  • A Study in Crimson

    by Chris Orcutt

    In this thrilling prequel to the series, readers will encounter "a younger, devil-may-care Dakota at his charming, witty and resourceful best."

    DAKOTA BEGINS... Dakota Stevens has just thrown off the shackles of the FBI and launched his own private detective agency. But it's not going well. His so-called cases are limited to tawdry divorce work, and his personal life is a shambles. In short, Dakota Stevens is a hot mess.

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