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  • Hidden Treasures: A Pinx Video Mystery

    by Marshall Thornton
    It’s about a dress. A valuable blue sequined dress worn by a famed actress in a film from the 1940s. For some reason everyone thinks video storeowner Noah Valentine has it. Which might not be a big deal except that it’s connected to the murder of a prominent Hollywood costumer. In the second of the Pinx Video Mysteries, Noah attempts to solve the mystery of the dress. To do so, he must confront a legendary film icon Wilma Wanderly, hunky police Detective Javier O’Shea, the dowager Queen of Wa... more
  • Desert Jade:A Letty Valdez Mystery

    by C.J. Shane
    Tucson private investigator and Iraq War vet Letty Valdez joins forces with an unlikely ally, Chinese cop Zhou LiangWei, who has been sent on the advice of Interpol to southern Arizona to investigate Hong Kong Triad gangsters bent on infiltrating the Mexico-U.S. borderlands. Together Letty and Zhou work to find and free three abducted young women. Reviewers have said of Desert Jade, "I couldn't put this book down. I had to know what happens next," and "I was very entertained by this story. While... more
  • Deep Zero

    by V.S. Kemanis

    It’s one a.m. Do you know where your teenagers are? Prosecutor Dana Hargrove makes it a point to know. But one night, in the dead of winter, she should have known more.

    In February 2009, Dana is the newly-elected district attorney of a suburban county north of Manhattan, where she lives with her husband, attorney Evan Goodhue, and their two teenage children. The Great Recession has seen a rise in substance abuse and domestic violence. It’s also the era of bu... more

  • Not the Faintest Trace

    by Wendy M. Wilson
    Sergeant Frank Hardy, late of Her Majesty's 57th Regiment of Foot; he's seen combat in India and the Crimea, and he's bored with life New Zealand now the wars are over. When he's asked to find two missing Scandinavian boys he accepts. Better than driving a coach back and forth through the perilous Manawatu Gorge, and playing rigged card games with clueless Armed Constables. When a young woman clutching a dead piglet runs in front of his horse on a track through the bush hostly pursued by a t... more
  • DIANE D: The Return Of The Other Personality - Volume 4

    by Doris Miller

    DIANE D The Return Of The Other Personality involves Diane D being locked away at an Upstate, New York mental institution for the horrible vicious crime her other personality has committed the year prior. Staff members at the Diaz-Davidson organization who are standing in the hallway talking, find out that Diane D is let out of the mental institution temporary. They find out that she is in her family’s custody for the time being and is back at the organization. It is causing fear around... more

  • DIANE D: And The Other Personality - Volume 3

    by Doris Miller

    Diane D's cousin Nancy who is also one of her back-up singers and dancers has an eerie encounter with Diane D's other personality late one night inside their family's home in Northern Westchester, New York. When Nancy approaches Diane D in the dark hallway outside their family's bedrooms, Diane D slowly turns around towards Nancy. Nancy becomes startled by Diane D's strange facial appearance. Nancy then speaks to Diane D wondering why Diane D never came back in the other b... more

  • DIANE D: In the Headlines - Volume 2

    by Doris Miller

    DIANE D In The Headlines is a sequel to DIANE D The Musical Drama and DANGEROUS DANA A Suspense Thriller. It is a suspense, drama, psychological, thriller about a family owned Charity and Entertainment Organization. This story involves 3 generations of the Diaz-Davidson family. The family's Charity and Entertainment Organization performs shows around the country and the world to raise money for charity.

    DIANE D In The Headlines involves headline and article scandals, sniper shooting... more

  • DIANE D: The Musical Drama - Volume 1

    by Doris Miller

    DIANE D The Musical Drama is a musical, drama, psychological, thriller about a family owned Charity and Entertainment Organization. This story involves 3 generations of the Diaz-Davidson family. The family's Charity and Entertainment Organization performs shows around the country and the world to raise money for charity. DIANE D The Musical Drama involves fistfights, violent tempers, arrests, superhuman strength, jail time, hospitalizations and mental illness. The lead character of this s... more

  • DANGEROUS DANA A Suspense Thriller

    by Doris Miller
    DANGEROUS DANA is a Mystery/Suspense/Thriller about a young gorgeous Caribbean woman living in New York who gets revenge by killing people, living a secret double life as a murderer. DANGEROUS DANA involves fistfights, choking, stalkings, arrests, jail time, prison time and a series of secret murders. Dana is muscular and is a physically strong person, especially when angry. She fights like a boxer and is very well known for breaking people’s bones when she fights. She believes in fighting... more
  • Blood Legacy

    by Gary Williams
    Follow CIA agent Samuel Tolen on his latest adventure when a Chinese-American physicist, Dr. Sing Liao, is abducted after making an astonishing, yet terrifying, scientific breakthrough. With historical ties to Nazi Germany, Tolen and FBI agent Johnsten are swept up in a frantic chase to rescue Liao and uncover Adolf Hitler’s darkest secret. But are things really as they seem?
  • Mayhem, Murder and Marijuana: The Los Angeles Marijuana War (Three M: Mayhem, Murder and Marijuana Book 1)

    by Arik Kaplan
    Recently, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the “Cole Memo,” an Obama-era rule that enacted how U.S. attorneys should enforce federal marijuana laws. Serendipitously, I just published a novel concerning my legal Medical Marijuana (MMJ) dispensaries and ancillary firms in Los Angeles County -- the largest MMJ market in the world. Because marijuana usage and legalization is currently such a hot topic in social and political circles, my novel, ‘Mayhem, Murder & Marijuana’; subtitled ‘The Lo... more
  • Last Tracks

    by Susie McKenna
    In this thriller, a woman tries to track down her thieving husband after he leaves her on a snowshoeing expedition. The trail takes the reader on an intense journey from the gorgeous but deadly wilderness of Alberta to Washington, D.C.'s famed Watergate apartments, small-town Indiana, and the ice fishing enclaves outside of Buffalo. The determined heroine, Deana, doesn't lose her sense of humor - even in the darkest moments.
  • The Cockroach Society

    by Fred Dowd
    On a cold winter's morning, a rental car pulls up to Catherine Robinson's driveway, and an attorney from China knocks on her door. His singular mission was to deliver an envelope, containing a letter from an old Chinese college friend she hadn't been involved with for 20 years. The letter has dire consequences for Catherine, those she loves, and the rest of the world. This thriller with a strong female lead and other interesting characters will leave you hungry for the next page. It's ordinary p... more
  • Pressing the Issue: Cookbook Nook Mystery #6

    by Daryl Wood Gerber
    The Agatha Award–winning author of Grilling the Subject returns to the Cookbook Nook in Crystal Cove, where the annual Renaissance Fair serves up a helping of crafty courtiers, damsels in distress, and medieval murder . . . As the annual Renaissance Fair comes to Crystal Cove, Jenna Hart’s Cookbook Nook is packed with tasty treats and all things medieval, while her pal Bailey is ready to swoon over her upcoming nuptials at a local vineyard. But when the two friends discover the body of the vi... more
  • Unfinished Business

    by Barbara Marvin
    A week from Christmas, 1959, Cliff and Christine Walker and their two children were murdered by a person or persons unknown. The case riveted the attention of millions as it spawned a national manhunt. Yet, more than 50 years after the murders, the case remains unsolved. Unfinished Business, based loosely on the murders, is steeped in Florida lore and culture. James Jenkins, recently released from prison, comes to Citrus City and learns that his brother, wife, and two children were murdered. He ... more
  • Duty and Betrayal: The SS Brotherhood and the NASA connection

    by Toby Oliver

    In 1962, the Western powers’ leading scientists meet in London for a conference. A notorious Nazi war criminal is after an attendee, Bernard Zimmerman, from NASA who once worked on Hitler’s rocket program. But CIA agent Jack Stein will stop at nothing to protect him. Meanwhile, Stein’s loyal friend and intelligence source, Spencer Hall of MI5, is consumed with a personal vendetta. Soviet KGB and Israeli Mossad agents are in town too, and the secrets they’re after ... more