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  • Twilight's Last Gleaming

    by Dane Ronnow

    America's worst nightmare is unfolding . . . The launch of an Iranian satellite sets in motion a dizzying chain of events as intelligence analyst Naomi Hendricks races to prove it is a nuclear weapon built with help from North Korea, and is just hours away from unleashing an electromagnetic pulse against the United States, throwing the country into a prolonged nationwide blackout.

    With time running out, Hendricks’ theory is center stage in a Situation Room bri... more

  • Insomnia

    by Nick Van Loy
    Seth is riding the subway. While reading a book, a girl comes and sits right next to him. Being a bit surprised by this, he can't say a single word, so they sit in silence for about ten minutes. The girl has to get off at the next station. She left a piece of paper with a phone number and the words 'WAKE UP' written on it. Why did she write that?
  • The Girl in the Freezer

    by Douglas Keil
    Reporter Shawn Shaw is coerced into searching for a missing young woman, Chuti Tiu, who is wanted by the mysterious Destiny Foundation. Destiny's representative Berk is charged with returning the young genius to the scientists who raised her for intelligence experiments. Berk's intentions are revealed as the search takes Shaw and his friend to Las Vegas, and back to Manhattan. In a high-stakes battle involving physical and cyber mayhem, rape and death, Tiu comes through with an elegant solution ... more
  • Strong Alibi (Elizabeth Strong Mystery Book 2)

    by K.C. Turner

    He’s up for parole.

    Two years too soon.

    Elizabeth Strong knew the day would come, but she wasn’t sure she was ready. Over time, she learned to put her own problems and fears aside. A court advocate needs to stay strong. Her clients depend on her. Just as she begins to feel she has her emotions under control, Elizabeth receives news the man she helped send to prison is up for parole after six years.

    At the same time, she’s assigned a high-profile client; the... more

  • Artificial Horizon

    by Richard Authier Lee

    Michael Babcock, the pilot who, months earlier, flew the original test flights which tormented elderly Esther Brandt in her run-down family mansion, returns to apologize and inquire about her well-being. He tells her he has been forced into retirement and now flies old warplanes for air museums and air shows. He is back in Maine to fly for the Eagle's Head Air Museum on the coast. Shortly after he leaves, the town learns that Babcock and his aircraft, one of only ten airworthy classic Spi... more

  • High Ground

    by Richard Authier Lee
    A month ago, Margaret's husband left. A week ago, her father died in a car crash near his coastal Maine home. She has come to retrieve his dog and belongings and stepped into a war for this strange little town's soul.
  • Oriental Vagabonds: A Tale of a Far East Tramp

    by Richard Regan

    The eve of World War 2. Hitler is finalising plans for the conquest of Europe and flexing his muscles in Spain, while the Japanese are poised to invade China, and eyeing off the resources of the East Indies and Indochina to fuel their war machine.

    Dangerous times, but there are still profits to be made by men like hard-bitten Skipper Bill Rowden and his vagabond crew, as they work their aging tramp steamer around the treacherous waters of the Far East. Uncharted reefs, tropical storms, ... more

  • The Carlswick Mythology (The Carlswick Mysteries Book 5)

    by SL Beaumont
    When Syrian antiquities are stolen in the Greek Islands, Stephanie and James find their vacation interrupted as they help their archaeologist friends recover the treasures. With a crime syndicate also hunting for the relics, Stephanie becomes the target of their search. Too late, she realises there is more at stake than just two ancient artefacts.
  • The Blood

    by Nancy Jackson
    The blood drew her. The richness of the red, the thick fluidity, the touch. She was drawn to the blood. But the blood never lasted. It changed color and dried up. The feeling faded as the blood faded… A killer in need of blood, intelligent and controlled, left no trace for Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents Randy Jeffries and Carrie Border. The agents were seasoned professionals, but this case was testing their limits. With threads of their personal lives threatening to enta... more
  • Cooper's Revenge

    by T.L. Williams

    by Jude Wilde
    Human trafficking. Fatal secrets. Unspeakable murder. In this thrilling sequel to Prescient: The Knowing, danger returns to Chloe Roussel’s doorstep with a vengeance. Years have passed since the Cullen House murder. The events that took place on the California coast seem nestled safely in the past. But when a horrible accident changes the course of her future and threatens everything she’s worked so hard to build, Chloe is once again forced to play detective in a frantic hunt to find the person... more
  • Energy Fix

    by R Read
    Conspiracy Theory or Cover Up? Dodgy energy companies are the cause of dozens of wild fires and citizen deaths. When a man is found dead in the warehouse she used to work in, there is no reason for Fiona to think it has anything to do with her or the new job she has accepted. When an anonymous letter arrives in the mail warning her to get out, should she stay and tough it, out or take an unexpected offer of severance as hush money and run for it?
  • Holly Garden, Pi: Red Is for Rookie Handcuffed in Texas Series Book 1

    by Anne Greene


    Tracking a kidnapper is an unusual assignment for a private investigator. But Matt is Holly’s lifelong friend. During the race to save him, Holly discovers a lot more than she bargained for. Matt’s in love with her.

    Holly’s world has never been more dangerous. Her mother’s convinced Holly will end up dead, so she hires a PI to protect Holly. She needs Stryker’s savvy and expertise and is eage... more

  • Julius Katz and Archie

    by Dave Zeltserman
    The award-winning Julius Katz mysteries have delighted thousands of mystery fans since first appearing in the pages of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine winning a Shamus, Derringer and two Ellery Queen's Readers Awards. 'Julius Katz' introduced readers to Boston's most brilliant, eccentric and possibly laziest detective, Julius Katz, as well as his sidekick, Archie, a tiny marvel of whiz-bang computer technology with the heart and soul of a hard-boiled PI. Now in Julius Katz and Archie's first fu... more
  • The Interloper

    by Dave Zeltserman

    A dark tour de force of non-stop action and tension.

    In Part One, The Hunted, Dan Willis, unemployed and desperate,  is recruited by The Factory. Trained to hunt down and kill insurgents hell-bent on destroying the country, Willis methodically and efficiently performs his job. But there’s a dark secret behind The Factory, and when Willis discovers it no one is safe.

    In Part Two, The Dame, Dan finds himself a fugitive and on the run. When a misfit group of crimi... more

  • The Cat and the Canary

    by B.L. Higgins
    Just as things seem to be settling down for Sherlock Holmes and his partner, Dr. John Watson, a new, unexpected client appears,  bringing with her a different kind of case, and her own kind of trouble. It's been hard enough for Dr. Watson to acclimate to becoming a werehound. Now, he has to deal with a new, undesirable partner-in-crime in the form of a sassy cat who seems determined to take his place in Sherlock's regard. Can Sherlock and Dr. Watson overcome this new threat to their partnershi... more