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  • The Fallen in Soura Heights

    by Amanda Jaeger
    Fey Anderson has always dreamt about escaping the crowded streets of Saint Paign. Soura Heights appears to be the picture-perfect place to run to: A place where the sun is always shining, the people are welcoming, and the quirky charm of every locally owned store feels like home. She never expected her move there to be forced upon her. But when her husband, Bruce, goes missing, her deepest fear becomes reality and determination drives her to drop city living and find the truth behind his deat... more
  • Atrendykitchen

    by Atrendy Kitchen
  • Whisper of Hope

    by J.B. Millhollin
    When Hope Whitmore's four-year old son becomes the subject of a custody battle, she quickly realizes she is in the fight of her life. Hope would accept nothing less than complete and total custody. She desperately needed an attorney to represent her interests in the looming battle, but more than that she needed an attorney she could depend on to win. Nashville trial attorney David Brenden, came highly recommended and after meeting with him he agreed to represent her interests. Unfortunately, ... more
  • To Hide from a Northern Wind: Spencer Creek (Book)

    by J.B. Millhollin
    In 1875, Clem Jenkins purchased a farm along the banks of Spencer Creek, just outside the town of Lebanon, Tennessee. The property bordered the farm of George Masters, and, at least initially, the relationship between the two families, remained cordial. What started as a disagreement concerning the withdrawal of water from the creek, soon extended to any conversation between the two men. Clem achieved his desired result with force, using either his .45, or some other strong-arm method.... more
  • To Hide From a Northern Wind: Nashville Divided

    by J.B. Millhollin
    The war between both families during the early twentieth century, explodes, fueled by murder and moonshine. Back and forth they played their deadly game, with first one family assuming the role of antagonist and the other protagonist, then reversing their roles for the next confrontation. Even though both of the founding fathers of the Jenkins family and the Masters family were now gone, their absence only seemed to help fuel the animosity between remaining family members. Whether at a church so... more
  • To Hide From a Northern Wind: Nashville Divided

    by J.B. Millhollin
    During the mid-twentieth century, as both families relocate to Nashville, not even a world war. nor deadly racial conflict could deter the Masters family and the Jenkins family from continuing their own personal feud. As the world fell apart around them, both families remained oblivious. But as literally every individual's life was affected in some manner, by two world wars, the Vietnam conflict, and issues of race, neither family cared about anything other than the hatred that existed between t... more
  • To Hide from a Northern Wind: River of Tears (Book 4)

    by J.B. Millhollin
    The remaining members of both families call a truce and consolidate their efforts to protect one of their own. But knowing their history, how long can that last? As the world continues to stumble its way through the twentieth century and initial members of the families pass on, the hatred seems to dissipate as each faction moves in its own direction—Albert as a minister, Randall and Susan as attorneys. Surprisingly, a sudden turn of events finds both Susan and Randall on the same side of the cou... more
  • Return to Shark Caye

    by Jen Watkins
    It's time for this washed-up adventurer to revive his pluck. Your name is Eagle Tempestro. You're an adventure-loving ex-pat cooling your jets on a Belizean beach. You receive a note with a mission to return to the site of your greatest failure. What do you do? A choose-your-own adventure novella.
  • Devel Django: A fast-paced technothriller: Evolution Series Book 1

    by D.S. Quinton
    An ancient virus. A horrifying infection. Enlightenment... or madness? A rogue meteor storm brings a forgotten virus that decades ago left several people dying with "itchy voices in their heads." MIT colleagues, Brad and Cora, are caught in the storm. One of them becomes infected. Tracking the storm is General Keller. A reclusive man, warped from anguish over his own son's horrific fate, he will stop at nothing to discover the secret of the virus. As a breakthrough A.I. analyzes the inf... more
  • Now & Then: A Parker City Mystery

    by Justin M. Kiska

    Parker City now . . . Parker City then . . . Every city has its stories and secrets.

    In the spring of 1981, Parker City is rocked by a series of brutal murders. Unthinkable crimes the likes of which are unheard of in the close-knit community. Under great pressure from the powers-that-be, it is made clear to newly minted Parker City Police Detectives Ben Winters and Tommy Mason that their first case could very well be their last if they can’t catch the killer.

    Decades later, ... more

  • The Treasure of Conquistador Haven

    by Bruce Miles
    A university research team and a television crew discover the forest has more dangers than wild animals when they find themselves caught in a battle between outlaw marijuana growers and a group searching for Hernando De Soto’s fabled lost treasure in an unexplored section of the Ouachita National Forest.
  • Whipped Cream & Piano Wire

    by Winnie Simpson
    In the late 1990’s, Atlanta, GA, booms with development and an influx of population. Ann Audrey Pickering has withdrawn from her law practice, hiding from the media glare caused when she helped the FBI prosecute her (now) ex-husband. Ann Audrey is pulled from her secluded life when her best friend, sexy Theo Humphries, becomes the prime suspect in the murder of Theo’s lover, a wealthy real estate developer married to an Atlanta socialite. To save Theo, Ann Audrey travels from tony neighborhoods ... more
  • The Devil's Bidding

    by P. L. Doss

    Joplin/Halloran Mysteries, Book Three

    Outgoing Atlanta attorney Tom Halloran and prone-to-the-blue-funks death investigator Hollis Joplin are thrown together once again when cases they’re working on independently prove to have striking similarities: the victims were white women, seemingly murdered by their black male partners, both of them prominent members of the Atlanta community. As racial tensions rise, it’s up to Tom and Hollis to expose the true villai... more

  • Blood Will Tell

    by P. L. Doss

    Joplin/Halloran Mysteries, Book Two

    Hollis Joplin, a death investigator in Atlanta, is called to a scene that's unlike any he's ever encountered: the beautiful young widow of a much older (and wealthier) man has been found posed upright in her bed, the linens and walls around her drenched in blood. The fact that she turns out not to be dead throws a bit of a wrench in Joplin’s workday.

    Back at the ME’s office, Joplin’s still avo... more

  • Enough Rope

    by P. L. Doss

    Joplin/Halloran Mysteries, Book One

    During an early morning jog, Atlanta attorney Tom Halloran discovers the body of his friend and colleague, Elliot Carter, hanging from a tree in Piedmont Park. Even worse, the private and dignified Carter is grotesquely dressed in women’s clothes.

    Halloran is convinced that Elliot’s death is murder, not a tragic accident of autoerotic asphyxia-gone-wrong. But the medical examiner’s investigator, Holli... more

  • Their Feet Run to Evil: A Big Ray Elmore Novel

    by Thomas Holland

    “Their Feet Run to Evil” is a police procedural/mystery set in rural Arkansas in the late 1950s.  Chief of police, Ray Elmore, a man broken by the horrors he witnessed in the war in the Pacific, returns home to a world that he no longer understands.  When a young black girl disappears while walking home one night from a church social, “Big Ray” Elmore finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery---one that bears striking similarities to another young girl&... more