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  • Eye of the Moon

    by Ivan Obolensky
    Percy knew growing up with the Dodges meant certain obligations would follow him to his grave, but he never expected that an anniversary house party at the otherworldly family estate would place him in the crosshairs of multigenerational intrigue. Together with his childhood friend, Johnny, they seek to resolve the mysterious passing of Johnny’s Aunt Alice, while navigating the dark waters of an explosive long weekend.
  • Some Are Shadows

    by David Sayre
    When the murder investigation of a black entertainer goes cold, private investigator Ben Sheen agrees to take the case. But he must maneuver through political backrooms to find the culprit.
  • Trust Me

    by earl javorsky
    Jeff Fenner is a small time drug dealer in Los Angeles. At the nadir of a rocky, sometimes up, usually down, career, Jeff is facing very current demons: he’s being investigated by the police, he owes money to the wrong people, and he can’t stop drinking long enough to turn things around. When he finds out that his sister Marilyn has died, Jeff embarks on a tortuous journey toward self-discovery and redemption that takes him to jail, to a self-help cult in Beverly Hills, and to the beautiful b... more
  • Down to No Good (Charlie Miner Book 2)

    by earl javorsky
    PI Charlie Miner, freshly revived from his own murder, gets a call from Homicide Detective Dave Putnam. Self-styled “psychic to the stars” Tamara Gale has given crucial information about three murders, and the brass thinks it makes the Department look bad. Dave wants Charlie to help figure out the angle, since he has first-hand experience with the inexplicable. Trouble is, Charlie, just weeks after his full-death experience, once again has severe cognitive problems and may get them both killed.
  • Down Solo

    by earl javorsky
    Charlie Miner wakes up looking down at his body on a gurney at the morgue and realizes that something is terribly wrong – he’s floating above himself. When he moves closer to the body, it pulls him in and he is able to make it get up and walk around. He discovers that he can leave the body and “roam” at will. Charlie, a down-on-his-luck, heroin addicted, insurance fraud investigator, leaves the morgue with two priorities: to get a fix and to find out who killed him. The trouble is, there’s a bu... more
  • Behind the Mask

    by Dana Ridenour

    You build relationships to betray relationships. That is the motto for the FBI’s undercover program, and special agent Lexie Montgomery is just beginning to understand what that means. Lexie’s first assignment is infiltrating a radical cell of the Animal Liberation Front. Underground and operating in splinter groups throughout Los Angeles, the only way in is through Savannah Riley, a new recruit. Savannah left the safety of her small southern town for the bright lights of the city. Pulled int... more

  • Beyond The Cabin

    by Dana Ridenour
    FBI Special Agent Lexie Montgomery goes deep undercover to investigate the Earth Liberation Front, a domestic terrorism group operating in the South Carolina Lowcountry. As Lexie struggles to infiltrate the group, she soon realizes everything may not be as it seems in the Lowcountry. Lexie’s investigation spirals out of control and places her life in danger after someone in her trusted inner circle reveals her undercover identity. Now Lexie must work to bring those responsible to justice. . . if... more
  • The Prize

    by Geoffrey M Cooper

    What does it take to win a Nobel Prize? Deceit, fraud, even murder? Set in the competitive world of cutting-edge medical research, The Prize is a science thriller in which jealousy over the discovery of a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease leads to fraud, betrayal and violence.

    Pam Weller makes the discovery of a lifetime when she finds a drug with the potential for treating Alzheimer’s. But her success threatens the supremacy of Eric Prescott, a lea... more

  • The Darling Dahlias and the Unlucky Clover

    by Susan Wittig Albert
    NYT bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert returns to Depression-era Darling, Alabama, where the ladies of the Dahlias, the local garden club, are happy to dig a little dirt! It looks like the music has stopped for Darling's favorite barbershop quartet, the Lucky Four Clovers—just days before the Dixie Regional Barbershop Competition. Another unlucky break: a serious foul-up in Darling's telephone system—and not a penny for repairs. And while liquor is legal again, moonshine isn't. Sheriff Buddy... more
  • 978-0-9994495-0-9

    by Danielle Kaheaku
    California. Close your eyes and say it: California. Images of perpetual sunshine, swaying palm trees, and blue waters lapping at sandy beaches. That one word conjures visions of gold and fame, luring dreamers to its mythic shores. The original peoples lived in an abundant paradise. The Spanish found a familiarity to their homeland. The Gold Rush, Hollywood, and Silicon Valley promised instant wealth. But the beaches are only a sliver of this vast land. Beyond it lie expanses of deserts, mountain... more
  • Greco's Game: An Aleksandr Talanov thriller

    by James Houston Turner
    Colonel Aleksandr Talanov – the “ice man” – is now retired and married to a woman he wishes he could love. But he can’t, and it’s an ugly consequence of his early training with the KGB. Even so, no one should have to experience what Talanov experiences: the brutal murder of his wife in front of his eyes. Wracked with guilt and suspected of plotting her death, Talanov spirals downward on a path of self-destruction. He should have been killed, not her. He was the one whose violent past would not ... more
  • Vegas Tabloid

    by P Moss
    Sex, greed and cold-blooded murder highlight this crime fiction thriller about a wisecracking con man and his sideshow troupe of small time criminals, who accidentally become the most popular performers on the Las Vegas Strip. Suddenly rich and famous, it is life in the fast lane for the fire-eating beauty, sex-crazed midget Elvis, safecracking swami and the rest of this neo-noir cast of social delinquents, until they find themselves in the crosshairs of a serial killer. Armed with little more t... more
  • Twisted Threads

    by Kaylin McFarren
    Akira Hamada is trapped in a life of blood and brutality. A ruthless Yakuza boss forced her to cut ties with her loved ones and thus erased any dreams she had of a normal life. In his employ, Akira has become a master assassin. It isn’t until Akira meets Devon Lyons that her cold heart begins to melt. The two are stuck together on a Caribbean cruise. Devon is flattered by Akira’s attention, unaware of her true motivations. She has been ordered to kill Devon’s aunt and uncle. One of the two is a ... more
  • The American Pearl

    by Peter Gilboy
    THE AMERICAN PEARL tells the 2006 story of QUINTYN AMES (African-American, Late 50’s) a troubled government researcher who—on his honeymoon—inadvertently discovers that a female soldier, left behind at the fall of Saigon, may be still alive and held in a remote area of LAOS. LT. PATRICIA PAVLIK was captured during the Easter Offensive of 1972 and mistakenly classified as “Killed in Action / Body Not Recovered.” But Patricia is far from KIA. She has been fighting her own war for the l... more
  • Murder at Broadcast Park

    by Bill Evans
    Before this current age of broadcasting acquisitions and mergers, local TV stations were owned by the broadcasters, not investment firms. They lived to tell the stories of their communities. In Murder at Broadcast Park, the CBS station located in the rich resort town of Santa Barbara becomes it’s own story. “We never want to be our own news,” was the mandate from Barry Burke, the station’s news director. Except in this case, people are dying. With three murders, more affairs, but no suspects, in... more
  • Persistence of Vision

    by Steven Deeble
    Memorial Day, 1929. Detective Daniel Moretti has reached the end of the road. His life spins out of control as he investigates the case of his career. A private detective from Long Beach is found dead in the Palm Springs home of a Hollywood starlet on the rise. In the icebox - a reel of motion picture film that someone went to a great deal of trouble to put there. But there's just one problem. Moretti can't see movies.