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  • Drawing Danger

    by L.E. Luttrell
    When she was very young, Cate witnessed the murder of her mother. The killer was never found. Cate’s never forgotten the killer’s face. He haunted her nightmares for many years. Determined to keep the image of the man who murdered her mother alive in her head, Cate begins obsessively drawing him, which brings trouble for her at home and at school. However she can’t stop and continues her passion in secret, naively confident and determined that when she is an adult, the police will be able to ... more
  • Identity Crisis

    by Debbi Mack
    A missing client, a dead body, the FBI, and the Mob. How much can one lawyer handle? A simple domestic abuse case turns deadly when the alleged abuser is killed and Stephanie Ann "Sam" McRae's client disappears. When a friend asks Sam to find Melanie Hayes, the Maryland attorney is drawn into a complex case of murder and identity theft that has her running from the Mob, breaking into a strip club and forming a shaky alliance with an offbeat private investigator to discover the truth about ... more
  • Days of Fury

    by Liam Llewellyn

    Nine-year-old Ryan Strand disappears one winter day in Minnesota in the mid-’80s. Det. Tom Losnedahl is called in to investigate. He finds a number of plausible suspects, including Ryan’s parents, aunt, uncle, and his best friend’s parents.

    But then Tom learns of a South Dakota church that professed to be able to ‘cure’ homosexuals before it was shut down. A priest who worked at the church had a history of child abuse and used to be Ryan’s family&rsqu... more

  • Effusion

    by Liam Llewellyn
    Emiel Lane is an explorer and is used to pushing his limits. But watching his wife’s brutal murder in front of him sends him over the edge. While locked away in a mental institution, Emiel’s exploration partners, Simon and Rainy, suffer a rough patch in their marriage and struggle to fix it. After two years, Simon and Rainy are stunned when they are visited by Emiel, recently released and medicated, though for what he won’t say. It isn’t important to him. What is important is the recent... more
  • The Hollow

    by Nicole Barrell
    Ellie Frites is twenty-four, single, and going nowhere. She spends her days rotting in a cubicle and her nights drinking herself into an emotional stupor. One day, Ellie has a jarring hallucination: an old classmate stands beaten and bloodied in the woods of their hometown. The visions persist, growing more intricate and detailed, yanking Ellie from her humdrum present and back to the unforgiving halls of sixth grade. As she digs deeper into what happened that day in the woods, she finds there i... more
  • A Matter of Chance

    by Julie Maloney
    When eight-year-old Vinni Stewart disappears from a Jersey shore town, Maddy, her distraught single mother, begins a desperate search for her daughter. Maddy’s five-year journey leads her to a bakery in Brooklyn, where she stumbles upon something terrifying. Ultimately, her artist neighbor Evelyn reconnects Maddy to her passion for painting and guides her to a life transformed through art. Detective John D’Orfini sees more than a kidnapping in the plot-thickening twists of chance surrounding ... more
  • Give Place to Wrath

    by Steven C. Harms
    Detective Roger Viceroy, divisional head of the Midwest Region Special Crimes Unit, awakes one morning to a bombing in a wealthy suburb of Milwaukee. As he dives into the investigation, a mysterious clue launches a manhunt with scant other evidence to point him in the right direction. Over the coming weeks, related murders unfold. each with a unique twist and the same clue left behind. Viceroy uncovers one other thread - a random association with the small north woods town of Curwood. As t... more
  • Waking Lazarus

    by DJ Williams
    visual story with a colorful narrative. Once I started reading, it was hard to put down.” Peter Anderson, Oscar Winner, Cinematographer Jake Harris' life hasn't turned out the way he planned. Battling his addictions, and the shattered pieces of his family, he is hired to ghostwrite a memoir. From the 1920's story of a controversial evangelist, to the present day mystery of a former District Attorney, everything changes when his search for the truth leads to an atrocity hidden from history. With... more
  • The Case of The Shrinking Shopkeeper & Other Stories (The Bow Street Society Casebook)

    by T.G. Campbell

    The Bow Street Society is a fictional group of amateur detectives operating in 1896 London. Each of its civilian members has been enlisted for their unique skill or exceptional knowledge in a particular field. They’ve previously been featured in The Case of The Curious Client and The Case of The Lonesome Lushington novels.

    The Bow Street Society Casebook is a series of mini mysteries by award winning author, T.G. Campbell. In this volume, the open... more

  • The Case of The Lonesome Lushington: A Bow Street Society Mystery, #2 (second edition)

    by T.G. Campbell

    In this sequel to The Case of The Curious Client, the Bow Street Society is privately commissioned to investigate the murder of a woman whose mutilated body was discovered in the doorway of the London Crystal Palace Bazaar on Oxford Street. Scandal, lies, intrigue, and murder all await the Society as they explore the consumerist hub of the Victorian Era & its surrounding areas, glimpse the upper classes’ sordid underbelly, and make a shocking discovery no one could&rsqu... more

  • The Case of the Curious Client: A Bow Street Society Mystery (second edition)

    by T.G. Campbell

    The Bow Street Society is a fictional group of amateur detectives operating in London in 1896. Each of its civilian members has been enlisted for their unique skill or exceptional knowledge in a particular field. This ensures the Society may work to solve cases on the behalf of their clients, regardless of their client’s social class or wealth; cases that the police either can’t or won’t investigate. From an artist to an illusionist, from an architect to a v... more

  • The Color of Fear

    by Wendy Wanner

    Murder. Unexplained events. Mysterious symbols. One woman risks her life and challenges her belief in good and evil to uncover the truth...

    A spree of unexplained serial killings rocks the quiet, God-fearing town of Eastwood, shattering nearly 350 years of peace and harmony since the witch trials in neighboring Salem. Rachel, a successful interior decorator, finds her own past is inexplicably entwined with the happenings.

    Delving into the sinister and dark events... more

  • Dead Air: A Glenn Beckert Mystery

    by Cliff Protzman

    Dead Air signals trouble at the radio station. Glenn Beckert discovers his high school best friend is shot in the head while on the air. Beck, the owner of Blue Water Security, is employed to provide security for the station.

    He becomes willingly embroiled in the investigation by the not-so-innocent widow. The list of potential suspects is long, gleaned from the numerous extramarital affairs of the victim and widow. The pending sale of the radio station has created friction between his ... more

  • The Wingman

    by David Pepper
    In The Wingman, veteran Midwestern reporter Jack Sharpe has made it big thanks to the deep-rooted voter-fraud conspiracy he uncovered in The People’s House (the first of the series). At his new perch at Republic, one of America’s flashiest and fastest growing news networks, life is good—until it’s not. Following his beat reporter’s gut, he catches a whiff something rotten is taking place in the Democratic Presidential primary, and ultimately discovers an elaborate scheme to put a corrupt and dan... more
  • Optimizing America

    by Jarl Jensen
    FAST SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH The year is 2023. The party in power has revised the Constitution so that Donald Trump might secure a third consecutive term as president. Supported by his political protégé Amy Billings, a New York media mogul searches desperately for a candidate to depose Trump. Meanwhile, self-made billionaire Justin Wolfe sets out on a tour to promote Optimizing America, his book that outlines a simple economic platform that would turn a corrupt system on its head. Despite t... more
  • God's in the Water

    by Zac Young
    Zac Young’s debut novel tells the story of a touring independent musician who drunkenly discovers a jukebox in a dive bar on the outskirts of Macon. But this is no ordinary jukebox and no ordinary bar. The jukebox seems to foreshadow the young musician’s every thought, satirically tormenting his intoxicated mind while at The Bar where he meets an eclectic group of strangers who all have drastically different backgrounds, incomes, and lifestyles: Snow, an erotic bartender; Mo, an absurd lunatic; ... more