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  • Coffee is Murder (McKinley Mysteries series Book 9)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    “Arnold crafts an engaging story that kept me reading until I finished it. The philanthropy of Sara and Sean, as well as their sense of justice despite possible danger to themselves are nice touches that make the story enjoyable. Add in a bit of humor in the form of their disguises and this is fun read. This is the 9th book in the McKinley mystery series. It can be read as a standalone.”
    –Christa Reads and Writes

    A cup a day won&... more

  • The Sterling Forest

    Daniel “Danno” Tory is America's newest Congressman, and “Most Eligible Bachelor.”  But when a beloved uncle passes away, Danno discovers a secret that challenges everything he thought he knew about his family's past…a secret that threatens his congressional seat even before he can be sworn into office. In a personal quest to learn the truth, Danno embarks on a journey that takes him from his hometown of Chicago to medieval castles of Switzerland, through Russia’s ancient monasteries, to a v... more
  • Too Greedy to Live

    by Ad Long
    The rich get richer, the poor get poorer... and when three hugely wealthy bankers drop dead while holidaying on a luxury yacht, young homicide detective Kate Carter becomes involved in a case far bigger than anything she's ever dealt with. Similar victims are dying exactly the same way, all around the world, and no-one knows who or what is killing them.
  • Night Eyes

    by Claire Stibbe

    The Detective Temeke Crime Series Book 2

    Some fail. Some never fit in. Some vent a rage against the foulest of humanity.

    A ten year enquiry into the murders of several young boys has gone cold. No witnesses, no suspect. Or so police believe, until a mysterious phone call leads the police to the remains of a young boy found near the ancient ruins of an Anasazi settlement. Is this a random act or the work of a serial killer?

    When the young son of Alb... more

  • Valentine's Day is Murder (McKinley Mysteries series Book 8)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    “It was full of adventure and mystery along with some romance. It pulls you in and won't give up until everyone is safe and sound! Definitely a great cozy series!”
    –Community Bookstop

    Cupid's arrow may have missed its mark…

    Jimmy finally takes a vacation--and a chance on love--only to be abducted. His female companion originally thinks he had cold feet about their relationship, but Sean and Sara kno... more

  • The War Scrolls

    by Christopher D Perry
    Man awakes to learn his wife is killed and he is the prime suspect. He is being chased by a Detective only to find that the suspect is not who he thinks is. The story revolves around the Dead Sea scrolls in particular the War Scrolls and the end of days according to these scrolls. The first book titles the Ascension is part of at least a 3 book series that delves into the War Scrolls, a battle between the Sons of Light and the Sons of Dark and the end of days.
  • The Piratization of Daniel Barnes

    by Alex McGlothlin
    Daniel Barnes was a journalist sent to Somalia to report on the pirate happenings in 2008, at the time the Al-Shabaab terror organization was brutally consolidating its control over large swathes of Somali territory and implementing a barbaric version of sharia law. Daniel was kidnapped before he ever stepped foot in the state of anarchy; however, and was sold into slavery. He was sold to a warrior pirate who hoped to utilize Daniel’s journalism skills to gain himself notoriety with a world audi... more
  • Mismanaged Care

    by Deb Duffin
  • Peace Road

    by Brad Spencer
    Chicago is steeped in racial unrest, gangland warfare is raging, the police department is under investigation by the Justice Department, and well-respected Public Defender Harry West has been dealt a devastating blow while trying to come to grips with his purpose in life. It ultimately falls on Harry’s love interest, Homicide Detective Lyndi Carnes, to try to quell the murderous rampage sweeping the city. The tough and tenacious cop elicits help from a young officer in the Gang Enforcement U... more
  • Murdered for Extra Seconds of Erection

    by Sylvester Abanteriba
    An animal that had been killed appears before the creator, seething with a sense of injustice and rage; the creator has the power to grant the animal a return to the cycle of life in a form of its choice. Humans had killed it so that an insignificant part of its anatomy could be used as an aphrodisiac, and now it wants revenge. The animal asks to be returned to earth in the form of a virus with the extraordinary power to humiliate men. The creator agrees, but only on the condition that the ag... more
  • The Lighthouse Murder

    by Elaine J. Anderson
    “Local Man Murdered at Long Point Lighthouse” headline stunned the otherwise festive art colony and fishing village at the end of Cape Cod. The local police summoned the FBI to work with them on this tragic crime. Any kind of crime was rare in the small town, but murder had the town buzzing. Finding the culprit will not be easy. In the end, will they get their man?
  • Untouchable: A Chillingly Dark Psychological Thriller

    by Sibel Hodge
    A Conspiracy. A cover-up. And a whistle-blower who knows too much. You think you know who to trust? You're wrong. And the truth may kill you...Untouchable is a chillingly dark psychological thriller from the No 1 Bestselling Author of Look Behind You. ~~ Inspired by real UK police investigations, this book contains scenes which some readers may find disturbing ~~ It's Maya and Jamie's anniversary, and she waits with excitement for him to return home for a celebratory dinner. There's a knock at... more

    by Ken Baird

    The Yukon. Land of the midnight sun and the Klondike gold rush. Wilderness and wildlife, rivers and lakes, mountains and glaciers. As mystical a place as there is on earth. The Yukon’s also a great place to launder illicit cash with a gold mine. And organized crime knows it.
    C.E. Brody is a man of the world but prefers life in a cabin on the Yukon River. For a living he flies an ancient float plane and runs a highway ... more

  • In the Dark of the Night: A Collection of Thought

    by Tony Conte
    Memories are fragile; they can be broken and forgotten or preserved like a tomb. In the Dark of the Night: A Collection of Thought is a story about life and learning from our mistakes. It's about a man whose lost everything in his path to meet his expectations. His traumatizing emotional and physical experiences have caused him to become lethargic and depressed. He's given up on his life, his happiness, and his future. As he writes his journey to where he is now, he unearths his deepest ... more
  • The People's House

    by David Pepper
    Can someone steal the majority of the House of Representatives with no one noticing? That’s the electoral coup that turns America upside down in The People’s House… ...Until one man notices. Political reporter Jack Sharpe is logging time at the tail end of a disappointing career -- jaded about politics and stung by personal hard knocks. But after an odd election result in the Ohio Congressional district he covers, Sharpe stumbles across irregularities that spur him to dig deeper. The stor... more