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  • The Curse of Arundel Hall (A Yellow Cottage Vintage Mystery) (Volume 2)

    by Jewel Hart
    One ghost, one murder, one hundred years apart. But are they connected? Ella has discovered a secret room in The Yellow Cottage, but with it comes a ghost. Who was she? And how did she die? Ella needs to find the answers before either of them can find peace. But suddenly things take a nasty turn for the worse. Ella Bridges has been living on Linhay Island for several months but still hasn’t discovered the identity of her ghostly guest. Deciding to research the history of her cottage for clues sh... more
  • The Fix

    by Robert Downs
    Professional gambler, Johnny Chapman, plays the hand he’s dealt, but when he’s dealt a series of losers, he decides to up the ante with more money than he can afford to lose. Just when he thinks his life can’t get any worse, it does. The loan shark he owes the money to demands that he pay up and sends his goons after him. The man offers Johnny one way out—fix a race by fatally injecting the dog most likely to win. A piece of cake, Johnny thinks, until he looks into the big brown eyes of the beau... more
  • Penchant for Vengeance

    by Robert Downs
    Charlottesville, Virginia, Police Detective Luke McGinty has a closet filled with demons, along with a few skeletons; a steady job, but no steady partner or girlfriend; and is still married to his wife Sallie, even though she’s been dead for three years. Then his detective work takes a turn for the worse when a body is discovered at the downtown mall. One dead body isn’t enough, though, and another one turns up. When ties to a cold murder case in another county present themselves, Luke realizes ... more
  • The Convenient Escape

    by Robert Downs
    To Veronica Baird, escaping from an underground dungeon and racing through the woods, is anything but convenient, even as her captor in rubber mask attire proves rather persistent in his continued pursuit. Despite her apparent independence, she considers a partnership, albeit reluctantly, with a former classmate who may still have feelings for her. Pete Nealey still has flashbacks to Iraq and, with the bottle as his eternal companion, tends to fall off of barstools at the most inopportune moment... more
  • A Deep Purple Hue: Book One of the Gordan Hudde Series

    by Mark Hudson

    Two conspiracies coil around Washington DC and the White House, each with a world-shaking outcome. One looks to change America. The other to destroy it.


    Jim Foster is the lone survivor of an American SEAL team who is now being held hostage after his unit was overrun on a mountain top in Afghanistan. He is the last man alive with knowledge of a high ranking US administration official having meetings with leaders of jihadist terrorist organizatio... more


    by Renee Topper
    Award-winning bestselling author Renee Topper introduces a new thriller detective series: SUNSET BLUES. In Book 1, The Shadow, former undercover cop, Rick Cruz, is accused of murdering his uncle who also happens to be the D.A. Incited from his refuge in the San Bernadino Mountains, he is forced to return to Los Angeles to escape the deadly killers that aim to keep him silent and protect his family. He traverses the noir Hollywood landscape, where human-trafficking and other crimes operate jus... more
  • Taking on Lucinda

    by Frank Martorana
    Hollywood starlet Aubrey Fairbanks and her entourage of activists descend on the picturesque upstate New York village of Jefferson to protest animal testing at the cosmetic company that is Jefferson’s lifeblood. Kent Stephenson is the town’s veterinarian and a lifelong resident. He is licking his wounds after a vicious divorce that took away his daughter and hiding from the world in his profession surrounded by animals that love unconditionally. But his brother, the police chief, has other p... more
  • A Moment in Time

    by C. D. Paul

    A Moment in Time is a romantic thriller about two people discovering each other while facing their own personal conflicts.

    The story is about two people from different backgrounds who are trying to make sense of their personal issues and how it has affected their lives.  They find comfort in each other and ultimately fall in love.  Between the two of them, they touch on current issues dealing with terrorism, family values, and gives the reader an opportunity to ponder on some ... more

  • Sketched

    by E.M. Townsend

    Fledgling police sketch artist Piper Cooke has always been different.

    Gifted with second sight, but cursed with a life of tragedy, she has survived the feral streets of Dixon and has triumphed over her troubled upbringing. Piper faces her biggest challenge yet, however, when her visions compel her to disobey police orders and send her right into the wicked grasp of a madman.

    Her life should've ended back in the blood soaked suburban basement, but it didn't. Instead, the br... more

  • Cried For No One - A Legal Thriller

    by Hubert Crouch
    WHO WOULD STEAL A BODY FROM ITS GRAVE AND WHY? A beautiful University of Texas Student, A Wild Night of Partying, A Mysterious Death, A High-Stakes Courtroom Drama Where Truth is Elusive and Justice Hard to Find. In this best-selling debut, flamboyant Fort Worth trial lawyer Cal Connors is hired by distraught parents after their daughter’s body is found beneath an inverted crucifix on the altar of a rural church. Hard-nosed in the courtroom and well-connected to the local media and judiciary,... more
  • Goldenfire: A High Stakes History Thriller

    by Pamela Hegarty

    Newly Released!

    A powerful artifact. A hidden temple. A fight to the death.

    The Power to Kill…

    On a remote Peruvian mountaintop, a firebolt from the sky strikes down four elite soldiers searching for an ancient tomb.

    Are they victims of a mysterious artifact’s power? Or a deadly new weapon?

    The Power to Heal…

    Historian Christa Devlin is called in to solve the mystery of these men’s deaths.... more

  • Bureau 39

    by Jeffrey Miller
    For decades since the collapse of communism, North Korea, the so-called "hermit kingdom" has survived by making international crime a state enterprise. CIA operative Frank Mitchum’s area of specialty is Bureau 39 – the top-secret government unit responsible for financing the rogue state’s weapons of mass destruction. Mitchum uncovers the involvement of Jimmy Wu, a Hong Kong methamphetamine mogul, whose cross-border smuggling routes are vital to Bureau 39’s supply of WMD components. An explosion ... more
  • The Torch Betrayal

    by Glenn Dyer
    A disgraced agent. A missing battle plan. Will he find redemption or damage the Allies beyond repair? London, 1942. OSS Agent Conor Thorn is desperate for a second chance. After a botched mission in Tangier, Thorn knows failure is not an option. When confidential directives for Operation Torch go missing, the agent must recover the plans before the the Nazis thwart the crucial mission… Thorn teams up with MI6 agent Emily Bright to seek out the traitor in their midst. Untangling the web of ... more
  • Black Hearts White Minds

    by Mitch Margo
    The year is 1964 and Carl Gordon is an ill-prepared New York Assistant U.S. Attorney who has lied his way into a transfer to Stockville, Alabama, where he is supposed to monitor and enforce the Civil Rights Act. In a matter of days, the Ku Klux Klan takes aim at him, the outside agitator. Although scrambling just to protect himself and his 12-year-old son, Carl agrees to represent Oleatha Geary, a black family matriarch who has, through a series of unlikely events, inherited a splendid mansion i... more
  • 6th September: A Very Unknown Mysterious Story

    by Salman Aziz
    Everything started on 6th September. The story is real but unknown to all. All characters are fictional but the actions are true. Aabrar’s death was mysterious, because nobody knew why he killed himself. Aabrar was in pain, something really wrong happened to him that forced him to suicide. He had so many secrets that he never told anyone. His pains were the silent killer of himself. His pains were like wood worms which eat all the wood inside, although the wood looks well from the outside. H... more
  • The China Connection

    by AJ Basinski
    When Lieutenant Morales is accused of trying to murder his new wife, the exotic Sun Li, Morales will go to any length to find the real attacker. His search takes him from South Florida to Shanghai. While in China, Morales unearths a far-reaching conspiracy involving an American senator. A political thriller that might have been taken from today's headline stories.