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  • Be Still My Soul: A Milo Porter Mystery Novella (Milo Porter Mystery Series)

    by S.D. Thames
    Milo Porter fought in Iraq to avenge his father’s death, but he came home more brokenhearted. Struggling with PTSD-triggered hallucinations and a crisis of faith, he decides to start over in the Sunshine State. When he lands a job serving court papers, he soon finds himself on the trail of a mystery that blurs the lines between his mundane existence and the mystical. On the hunt for a missing carnival worker with an unclaimed inheritance, he enters the man’s last known residence and gets the sen... more
  • Remember to Recycle: Psychological Suspense

    by Tantra Bensko

    Becky finds things in her apartment moved. Could Stan be breaking in? But what's that muffled moan she hears in the background when she calls him? To spy on him, Becky hires Nancy, gone underground since escaping from the Nevermind Agency -- and she comes face to face with them once more. A blockbuster movie glorifies the Rescuers, "providing humanitarian aid" in a Balkanized country. Newscasters say they're neutral, unarmed, heroic. Behind the scenes, Agents of the Nevermin... more

  • The Second Encounter

    by Richard Dodge Davidson
    My first novel entitled, The Second Encounter, is a story about a young hotshot attorney who takes a beautiful blond as a divorce client, has an affair with her, and then finds she wants to hire him as a criminal lawyer. He realizes she is wanted for the murder of her husband. He is greatly compromised, but agrees to do so, and it does not end well. The attorney’s guilt causes his involvement with the woman’s daughter five years’ later in a criminal trial, and many twists and turns occur befor... more
  • Shot to Pieces

    by Michael O'Keefe
    SHOT TO PIECES is the story of NYPD Detective Padraig Durr. His own worst enemy, when he catches a brutal homicide case in Brooklyn, he is on the verge of an emotional and psychological flameout. Durr is a ticking time-bomb of angst and guilt. A history of self-destructive behavior, fueled by a childhood of abuse and sexual exploitation, Durr carries an overwhelming sense of worthlessness and fear of abandonment. His fear is not irrational. He has brought his entire life to the brin... more
  • Las Vegas Crime: A Gripping Mystery Thriller (Baxter and Holt Book 3)

    by Leslie Wolfe

    Detectives Laura Baxter and Jack Holt are members of the elite: Las Vegas Metro PD, one of the toughest and most respected law enforcement agencies in the United States. In the middle of a city with two million residents and 43 million annual visitors, they’re searching for a missing girl and the ruthless killers who snatched her.

    The girl: gone

    A teenage girl is boldly kidnapped from her school, minutes after her mother dropp... more

  • Sins of the Father

    by Vincent B. Davis II
  • Kiss And Don't Tell

    by JJ Minor

    Juliet Wilde needs money fast – she’s embroiled in a legal battle over a stolen deed with a powerful property developer. She’s offered a chance at winning $500,000 in a fantasy dating game called Kiss and Tell. The trouble is, a killer who dubs himself The Critic decides he’s the best judge of which contestants should live or die on this popular new show. Will Juliet live long enough to collect the prize? The Critic holds the answer to that question.

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  • Into the Lyons Den

    by Jewel Hart
    Story set in England, based on some exaggerated true life events and emotional experiences of the author. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Instead of a flowery romance, Viv, the main character, encounters far more than she could ever have bargained for, or deserved. The reader will go through all the gamut of emotions with the 3D characters, and enjoy the strong story-line all the way through the book. The ending is un-anticipated and you would have to be made of stone not to be deeply moved. Viv, s... more
  • To Be Announced

    by Paul Blake
    A sequel to A Young Man's Game
  • A Young Man's Game

    by Paul Blake
    "An enjoyable and fun spy thriller" - Barbara Nadel, Silver Dagger Winner The EXPLOSIVE debut thriller from Paul Blake Alec Foster is no Jason Bourne. He is Head of Section in Berlin for MI6. He is fifty-one, and a borderline alcoholic counting down the days to retirement. Alec is told of a plot to assassinate a British Minister and that there is a traitor in M16. As he tries to uncover the traitor, he is chased across Berlin by the assassins, the Russian SVR and the Berlin Police. H... more
  • A Sleuth in The Summer of Love

    by Carol Sheldon
    A Sleuth in The Summer of Love follows Gwen Harris, a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle in 1967 as she covers the phenomenon known as the summer of love. Immersing herself in the atmosphere of the Haight district, where thousands of kids from all over the country have gathered, she blends in, attends rock concerts in the Golden Gate Park where the flower children are getting high on marijuana, LSD and love. But all is not so peaceful. Soon the dark under-belly of this phenomenon shows i... more
  • The Preacher's First Murder

    by K.P. Gresham
    He was a good cop until he ran into a bad one. Then, to save what was left of his family and his sanity, Michael Hogan, Jr., entered the Fed's Witness Protection Program and became Pastor Matthew Hayden. Just out of seminary, Matt takes a church in rural Texas, expecting peace, quiet and a good dose of humility. What he finds is a town ruled by the past and an old woman murdered. To make matters worse, the dead woman's daughter, Angie O'Day, runs the town's Ice House and is truly an angel by day... more
  • Wrath

    by W.S. Klass
    A transient suffers from delusions and dis-associative-identity disorder. After experiencing an alternate identity episode, Psychiatrist, Victoria Tabbott discovers the alternate identity is that of a detective that died while in on vacation in Reno. The actions and paths taken unlock a mysterious paranormal phenomenon that calls itself Wrath. Government conspiracies, human trafficking, murder and... a superhero? This stand-alone novel has it all and is sure to tease your brain with its constan... more
  • Awakening

    by Jackie Goldman
    Is it possible that the entirety of one's life has been steered by the hand of fate towards a single moment? For Brooklyn French program teacher - and single parent of two- Tess Shapiro, it would certainly seem so. After discovering that her life and her marriage were artificial constructs based on lies and deceit, Tess must undergo the ultimate reality check. She delves deep into her subconscious, venting her frustrations by indulging in a lifelong habit of drawing graphic novels starring h... more
  • A Hell For All Seasons

    by Emiliya Ahmadova

    Is hope really lost? Are we encircled by evil that undermines our every step? Are we ready to face negativity and change our old ways? The answer is not what you think... A Hell For All Seasons Author Emiliya Ahmadova is ready to take you on a unique adventure through wrong choices, negativity, destruction and evil and help you understand that evil can be defeated. All we have to do is change our mind-set. What's In It For You? By the end of these 7 spine-tingling short stories, you will ... more

  • Celtic Knot: A Clara Swift Tale

    by Ann Shortell

    Young Irish immigrant housemaid and amanuensis Clara Swift opens the boarding house door at 2:30 am on April 7th, 1868 to find her mentor, Irish-Canadian politician D’Arcy McGee, shot in the back of the head.

    Irish Fenian rebels are blamed for the assassination, but from that moment on Clara’s fate is interwoven with the question of who killed McGee. She unwittingly leads the investigator to an Irish lad named Jimmy Whelan, and within a day that lad is charged with the murder. Clara nev... more