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  • Cyber War Attack!

    by Ed McDonald
    It is set in Arizona during the two months leading up to North Korea's combined nuclear and cyber attacks on the United States and the few days immediately following. Murf is faced with two problems simultaneously: his duty to prepare his community for the cyber attack he believes is imminent and his concern for his estranged 14-year-old daughter. He has no idea that both is ex-wife and his daughter are the victims of a vicious drug dealer and pimp. Ultimately, he leaves safety behind and tr... more
  • The Palm Reader

    by Christopher Bowron
    Jackson Walker once again faces his demons in this haunting sequel to Best Seller-- Devil in the Grass. Now working as an investigative lawyer for Peter Robertson, Jack teams with Janie Callaghan to solve the disappearance of a sleazy client specializing in taboo pornography. Meanwhile, the evil head of the Church of Satan weaves an intricate web to lure Walker as the sacrificial lamb in an Everglades Black Mass ritual.
  • Logo Max

    by milton william
  • Thrill Girl

    by Jack Curran
    It’s June of ‘51, and a beautiful vigilante is stalking the streets of LA. She's come to the rescue of citizens being mugged, saving their lives while mercilessly dispatching their attackers. When the cops arrive on the scene, she has disappeared like a whisper in the rain, leaving no clues to her identity behind. Journalist and WWII hero, Jack Curran, has been tracking and writing about her since with one goal in mind, to file the exclusive revealing who she is.
  • Juncture

    by M.Kelly
    A juncture is a place where things collide. It is the end of one road and the beginning of another. the story tells about a group of people, how they intertwine with each other in a way that changes them all. Its layers of mystery that are circumvented by a simple key. It is the third book in the "Pathways in the mind series." The story is about Riccardo's life that is filled with disappointment. Leaving the reader will he walk away from his troubles or stay and fight.
  • Godiva-From Wretch to Riches: How One Woman Turned Her Failure Into Success

    by Richmond Donkor
    This is one of the most powerful and interesting stories I have ever heard. Godiva started life well but went on to fail miserably. She threw away her two sons after giving birth to them, and she involved herself in many practices. She became hopeless because failure was following her everywhere she went. Her own parents and best friends left her when she was desperately in need. But her failure turned to success because of some things that she eventually realized about herself. Her life changed... more
  • One Must Kill Another

    by Marcus Alexander Hart

    Failed sitcom writer Matty Savage would do anything to get back together with his ex-wife. After all, marrying Kimberly Savage—the hottest vampire-slaying movie star of the 1990s—was the greatest achievement of his life. A life that took a nosedive after she divorced him thirteen years ago.

    Their daughter, Rebecca, is a twenty-three-year-old personal trainer in financial trouble. A loan from her millionaire mother is all she needs to put her life on track, but the scar slash... more

  • Deadly Shadow (The Assassin Chronicles - Book One)

    by Kim Cresswell

    The Assassin Chronicles TV series is in development with Council Tree Productions.

    Two recent murders. Two serial killers. A conspiracy that reaches beyond the physical world.

    Consumed with grief over the tragic death of her husband, FBI agent Victory McClane is obsessed with finding Ohio’s serial killer, “The Wrapper”.

    When another young woman turns up dead and the victim is linked to Derrick Lynn, son of the Secretary of Defense,... more


    by Ana Brazil
    Gilded Age New Orleans is overrun with prostitutes, pornographers, and a malicious Jack the Ripper copycat. Can ambitious typewriting teacher Fanny Newcomb outwit the corrupt police to identify the fearful menace known as the Irish Channel Ripper? FANNY NEWCOMB AND THE IRISH CHANNEL RIPPER is the Independent Book Publishers Association 2018 Benjamin Franklin GOLD winner for Historical Fiction.
  • Logo Max

    by sophia grace
    Logomax have a superior squad to help Creative Logo Design services on very reasonable prices with the best quality and standard of work.
  • Race for Justice (Run for Your Life Trilogy Book 3)

    by Pamela Beason
    ~The exciting conclusion to the Run for Your Life trilogy ~ When champion runner Tanzania “Tana” Grey receives a mysterious invitation to the Extreme Africa Endurance Challenge, she fears it might be a trap. The multi-day race is in Zimbabwe, the violence-prone homeland of her brilliant biochemist mother, who was murdered along with Tana’s father. The killers, never apprehended, seem to suspect that Tanzania Grey is actually Amelia Robinson, the girl who escaped their deadly grasp. But when Ta... more
  • Race to Truth (Run for Your Life Trilogy Book 2)

    by Pamela Beason
    When champion endurance racer Tanzania Grey accepts a mysterious invitation to the Ski to Sea Relay Race in Bellingham, Washington, she knows she may be risking her new life and identity. Born Amelia Robinson, she’s been living on the run for four years after masked “ninjas” killed her family. By returning to her hometown, Tana hopes to find clues to the murders. But will discovering the motives behind an apparent conspiracy help her find justice, or lead the killers to her doorstep to threaten ... more

    by Andréa Fehsenfeld


    Damien Hester craves nothing more than a burning desire for change. But his compulsion for lighting fires forces him to live in a carefully constructed world. One he can’t escape. Not until a chance phone call delivers a game-changing reveal. With his life suddenly upended, Damien ignites something beyond his control, and he flees Los Angeles in a blaze of far-reaching consequences.

    Now on the run, his path takes a shadowy turn in New Mexico and he finds himself on a ... more

  • Culling the Herd

    by Edward Etzkorn
    While working for a humane organization in Kenya, Chloe Freestaff, a twentysomething magazine writer, finds evidence of a mass murder in a remote grassland. Infuriated by the senseless slaughter, she determines to find the perpetrators. Back home in New York, she learns of a secret group called Population Office for the World, whose five members, all scientists, believe that the only way to save the future earth from human-caused destruction is by reducing the world’s population at any cost. Whe... more
  • Lady Helena Investigates: Book One of the Scott-De Quincy Mysteries

    by Jane Steen
    A reluctant lady sleuth finds she's investigating her own family in this blend of mystery and saga.
  • Train Thoughts

    by Jay Sigler

    A wife brutally slain. A life plunged into isolation. Struggling to regain any sort of human connection, he seeks comfort in the strangers that share his train ride to work. But when they too begin to vanish, he comes to the horrific realization that a sadistic maniac is determined to kill him and everyone he cares about. 

    Desperate to understand why, he descends into a twisted pit of madness and despair. The closer he gets, the higher the body count rises. How far will one ma... more