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  • The Chameleon

    by Ron McManus
    Jake Palmer, investigative consultant and former US Navy SEAL, has signed on as a contractor with a top-secret US Joint Special Operations Command team in Islamabad, Pakistan. Palmer and his JSOC partner work to uncover a suspected mole and gather intelligence regarding the security of Pakistan’s nuclear weapon arsenal as the country prepares for war with India over control of the disputed region of Kashmir. Fears regarding security of the weapons escalate when Pakistan decides to deploy its ars... more
  • The Bridge

    by Michael Barrett Miller
    I have been asked many questions over the years about living and operating in the Soviet Union. This book shares actual events with a creative narrative connecting the circumstances for those not familiar with the history under Communist rule in the CCCP. “The Bridge,” tells where and how it all began, for a number of us willing to say yes to adventure. London - Helsinki - Tashkent 1978 Michael Garrett is asked by Natalie, his lover and member of French Intelligence, to travel to Tashkent ... more
  • Red Paint

    by Valerie Van Clieaf
    When an Indigenous hacktivist seeking information about Alex Desocarras’ latest case finds a coded message hidden on an RCMP server, he risks exposure to warn Alex of its chilling contents. Desocarras is pushed headlong into a nightmare chain of events that will test the limits of his endurance against a ruthless adversary, and ultimately, force him to choose where his allegiance lies.
  • Blue Star

    by Valerie Van Clieaf
    A child is abducted and the gutsy filmmaker trying to find her disappears. A clue in a cryptic tweet leads Indigenous Detective Sergeant Alex Desocarras to the mother of another child abducted years before. When he identifies a high ranking RCMP officer as the main suspect, he is forced undercover.
  • Reefenue

    by John Harrington
    Reefer plus revenue: the endless opportunities to benefit society, arrived through an entertaining, suspenseful and poignant story.
  • The Woods of Hitchcock

    by Ann W. Jarvie

    The Woods of Hitchcock is a psychological thriller about a Chicago copywriter and victim of violence who returns to South Carolina’s equestrian country to solve a riddle involving murder, the metaphysical, and her eccentric family’s secrets.

  • Engaño: A Carson Action Thriller

    by Lance Charnes

    Gun oil and sunscreen don’t mix.

    Disgraced ex-cop Carson is working off the huge loans her father failed to pay back to a Russian mafiya godfather. So when the mobster asks her to round up Viktoriya Baranova, the wayward daughter of a Russian cabinet minister, Carson doesn’t get to say “no.”

    It should be easy. Viktoriya’s splashed all over Instagram as she parties along Spain’s Mediterranean coast. Find her, tos... more


    MEMOIR MEETS THRILLER: Set against a 1969 psychedelic love-in backdrop, The Girl From Long Guyland is shared through the eyes of Laila Levin when decades later, an unsolved murder pulls her reluctantly into her past. A dramatic collision of then and now -- entwining family, marriage, profession and ethics. Laila enjoys a successful marriage and a thriving career as an I.T. executive in Austin, Texas, but she can't quite shake her lifelong sense of not truly belonging anywhere. When her com... more
  • Lethal Revenge

    by Glenis Kellet
    A gripping intriguing murder mystery - Revealing the dark thoughts of a demented killer as he terrorises a quiet rural area with his evil intent. Who will be next? Will he succeed in destroying Paul and Josie's romance and a bizarre legacy? Suspects secret lives are unveiled during the police investigation, further complicating the murder cases. When the killer is finally apprehended, shockwaves ripple through the jittery communities. This is a captivating novel bringing fear and alarm balanced ... more
  • Sommelier

    by Jim Laughren


    Dan Keane was the hip, up-and-coming sommelier at a trendy  San Francisco eatery—until cancer grabbed him, hard and fast, and changed things forever.

    Now his days consist of peanut butter and jelly, a part-time nightwatchman gig, and rounding-up enough weed to offset the ravages of chemo on his very battered body.

    When a friend’s custom winery is broken into, then vandalized and used for a shooting gallery, all while Dan is ... more

  • Do Exams For Me

    by James Charlie
  • Family of Killers-Memoirs of an Assassin

    by Stephen W Briggs
    David is pulled from his bed; he is seven. His father, freelancing for British intelligence, is identified while attempting to assassinate a terrorist. Now a wanted man, he must relocate his family from Northern Ireland to Canada. David is raised in the family’s business. A business that, eliminates those that can’t keep secrets, sells weapons around the world, and hides those that need protection. As a teen David struggles with his future in the family business and his mother’s desire to have... more
  • The Reisman Case

    by Andrew Diamond
    A wealthy business owner asks investigator Claire Chastain to solve a simple case. Is his employee stealing or not? From the moment she’s hired, subtle clues tell her something’s wrong: the unbusinesslike business owner, the lingering scent of a woman on the stairs, the rustle in the curtains where someone watches from above. Claire’s gut tells her the case isn’t about theft. Her investigation turns up a pathologically anxious suspect, a deeply dysfunctional family, and a murder that she h... more
  • "To Live and Die In the Floating World"

    by Stephen W Holgate
    Kip Weston, young scion of a fabulously wealthy American family, has become a wanted fugitive. Out of money and desperate, he flees his seedy quarter of Paris one step ahead of a private detective and heads for the countryside. Here, he falls into a job with the Celeste, a small tourist barge plying the canals of Burgundy. Kip quickly finds that in running from one peril he has landed in far greater danger from another. A tale of mounting suspense, it ends in a spasm of violence that closes all ... more
  • Dell's Leap

    by Michael Biddison
    Her enviable survival skills, born from a childhood on the streets, barely keep her alive as Deputy Dell dodges a series of attempts on her life. A unique ability to suppress fear and other distracting emotions while confronting catastrophe enhances her job effectiveness for sure, but these onslaughts are taking their toll, physically and psychologically. Thus, she can do little when her FBI mentor invites her help with an investigation of rail tanker explosions across South Dakota. Agent Madd... more
  • The Opposite Of Trust: A Cold War Novel Of Passion And Betrayal

    by Rodger Carlyle

    “Carefully plotted…an abundance of cunning political themes…invigorating until the last page.” –The BookLife Prize

    IT’S 1958 AND THE U.S. MCCARTHY WITCH HUNTS ARE DESTROYING lives, while in Russia, Stalinist hardliners are fighting Khrushchev’s reforms. Both countries are paranoid over the other’s  nuclear threat. 

    A Russian bomber trying to deliver a threatening message to ... more