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  • The Skystillers

    by Walker Larson
    Will Leonhardt, a solitary ex-Airforce pilot and combat veteran, receives a mysterious letter and a prepaid plane ticket summoning him to an obscure observatory in Hawaii. So begins a journey that will lead him to a shadowy group of rogue scientists known as the Terra Program. Desperate for a distraction from his own past and future, Will agrees to pilot the program’s flight to the moon. The groundbreaking scientific experiment he and the other astronauts will perform there could change humanity... more
  • Eri, a Japanese Ghost Story

    by Martin Connolly
    This is an original English-language ghost story set in contemporary Japan, involving only Japanese characters. The time period is around the mid-nineties, before the advent of mobile phones and the Internet. It concerns university-age students who plan to stay a night in a large farmhouse in rural Japan, during the winter season. Initially, focus falls on Eri's relationship with her boyfriend Toru. This story possesses elements of the ghost story genre, but it is also a study in human interacti... more
  • Scoop of the Year

    by Tom Claver

    Martin is a hapless journalist who becomes jealous of the meteoric rise into television by Tom, a fellow reporter. But when he lands a scoop that would allow him to finally outshine his rival, he discovers his malfunctioning family becomes a hindrance.

  • Not So Dead

    by Charles Levin
    In NOT SO DEAD, our technologist hero and his quirky team achieve immortality by digitizing their personalities. What could go wrong? Clever and ruthless terrorists want it at any cost. A high-stakes cat and mouse game ensues with apocalyptic danger at every turn. Follow Sam Sunborn as he teams up with a real Einstein to give birth to an invention that could change the lives of everyone on the planet forever. Sam wants to help people through his invention, but lands up having to defend it and h... more
  • Good Girl Bad Girl

    by Ann Girdharry

    Kal’s no fool, though sometimes she might pretend to be, because hiding her strengths is a great way to extract information.

    An expert in psychology, she first leant her craft from her father. He was a man with disturbing secrets. ​

    When her journalist mother goes missing, Kal investigates.

    What she uncovers involves murder, trafficking and Kal’s own worst nightmare…

    ​​Crime/suspense/thriller. A new kick-ass heroine.

    Good Girl... more

  • Fate

    by John M. Giles
    Dr. Jerry JisP Johnson is a psychiatrist with a secret. And one of his patients, Jack Fortine, has something Jerry wants. His family. It's a doctor-patient relationship Jack won't soon forget. Doctor knows best. A gripping tale of love, hate, and fate.
  • Political Justice

    by Dennis Carstens
    A politically-driven couple — he a charming governor and she the brains behind their meteoric rise — is poised to blow any preconceived notions you have about politics and power out of the water. Tom and Darla Carver certainly have revolutionary ideas on how to improve America. But improving their own political position and influence is always the underlying objective. Forget the headlines... but have fun guessing who’s-who while devouring this delectable thriller. "Political Justice: A Marc ... more
  • The Majesty: Into the Fog

    Passengers aboard the luxurious cruise ship Majesty face life-threatening drama once it is seized by terrorists masquerading as crew members. Small bands of passengers mount a counter-offensive as they battle to survive the four day voyage from London to New York. Once the ship encounters a deadly green fog, the ambiance deteriorates from a pleasurable experience to a nightmare voyage. The book details the struggle involved as both combatants face the worst ordeals of their lives trying to s... more
  • Preferential Treatment, A Medical-Legal Novel

    by William Parsons
    West Virginia lawyer, Jack Fabian, is a battle-hardened personal injury trial lawyer concentrating his practice in medical malpractice plaintiff's cases. Fabian, who has developed a penchant for big spending, expensive airplanes, top-shelf booze, and luxury vacations finds himself in 2005, feeling the adverse effects of the recently enacted repressive medical malpractice tort reform law in his state that has dulled his enthusiasm for the practice in general and malpractice law in particular. Thr... more
  • The Rushing Noise of Death: A Detective Flagg Mystery

    by Gretchen Mullen and Phyllis Jobe

    "It was almost midnight on New Year's Eve. Martha Leland poured herself a drink, her labors worthy of celebration. She stood before the mirror and toasted her reflection. The clock began to strike and the big fireworks on the bridge behind her reflected their lurid blossoms in the glass. The great booms began and when the bullet struck dead center at the back of her skull, she might have seen the blinding splintered light of the finale, she might have heard the great white rushing no... more

  • The Shepherd's Calculus

    by C.S. Farrelly
    When journalist Peter Merrick is asked to write a eulogy for his mentor, Jesuit priest James Ingram, his biggest concern is doing right by the man. But when his routine research reveals disturbing ties to sexual abuse and clues to a shadowy deal trading justice for power, everything he believed about his friend is called into question. With the US presidential election looming, incumbent Arthur Wyncott is quickly losing ground among religious voters. Meanwhile, Owen Feeney, head of the US Con... more
  • Gertrude, Gumshoe: Slam Is Murder

    by Robin Merrill
    There just isn't enough crime in Mattawooptock, so Gertrude has to convince Calvin to go to the big city—Portland, where she will go undercover as the newest slam poet on the scene. But have any actual crimes been committed, or is this just Gertrude's wild imagination at work?
  • Gertrude, Gumshoe and the VardSale Villain

    by Robin Merrill
    Samantha Cooper is missing and her boyfriend is desperate to find her. Desperate enough to hire Gertrude, Gumshoe. Thrilled to have her first real client, Gertrude gets right to work. But is she really ready for a real case? Can she catch a kidnapper without getting herself kidnapped?
  • Clipton Secrets

    by Marie Thompson

    Wealthy widow Stella Campbell thinks she has found her Shangri-la when she buys a dilapidated rectory in the picturesque village of Clipton. The challenge of renovating the estate helps lift her grief, and she becomes an important member of the quiet community. It takes little time for her to discover Clipton is not the sedate community it appears to be. Many unexpected turns bring heartache and treachery into her life, and she struggles to overcome her demons. It take supreme effort to step ... more

  • Horse of a Different Color

    by John L. Lansdale
    Someone is murdering and mutilating young women in a Dallas suburb, using the same techniques as a case down in Houston the previous year. When the second body is found, it seems the killer has moved his hunting grounds to the Dallas area. As the body count rises, Detective Thomas Mecana – a divorced fifteen-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department – is assigned to the case. He prides himself on always getting his man, but his tried-and-true methods of the past are not working. To make m... more
  • From the Midst of Wickedness

    by Nelson Cover

    Scandal at the university.

    Thomas Simpson, a professor at Sessions University, is seduced into joining the administration of president, Bryan Q. Fitz-Hugh, an extraordinarily brilliant, visionary, charismatic leader.  As the new director of university communications, he begins to have disturbing concerns about the administration.

    The new Beijing Center is dedicated and funded.  No one is sure how it was paid for yet the president is planning such centers worldwide to fulf... more