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  • You Dear Sweet Man

    by Thomas Neviaser
    The subway ad is simple enough, even elegant: a beautiful woman, sitting atop a desk in a sparsely decorated office, staring directly at Bobby Fastow, a blue collar worker, leading a monotonous yet physically exhausting life. The ad is mesmerizing and seems to leap off the poster. BurgerBlast, a fast-food restaurant famous for quick reliable service is announcing a new name and a new direction. Now Fit 'N Fast, Inc., his favorite restaurant, will be serving healthy menu items plus its artery cho... more
  • The Grand Conspiracy

    by David Beasley
    Rudyard Mack, detective at the New York Library, investigates the political kidnapping of his girlfriend, Arbuthnott Vine, Library Union leader, who was planning a union action against City Hall. It leads him to the heart of a global conspiracy.
  • Overworld/Underworld

    by David Beasley
    Rudyard Mack, New York Library detective, comes out of retirement to solve a cold case—a woman murdered in the library stacks—and finds it is connected to big banking, Israeli and other secret services, and operatives in the United Nations. He is helped by his girl friend, Arbuthnott Vine, retired librarian, to track down agents in drug and weapons smuggling and money-laundering, which leads them to men of wealth and power, who run shadow governments more influential than the real governments. ... more
  • The Reunion

    by SJ Slagle
    A strange thing happens at David Wilson's fifteenth high school reunion: the homecoming queen dies. That was as unexpected as was David's arrest for her murder a week later. A popular high school biology teacher, David and his wife Lisa are caught up in a fast-paced life in Phoenix with two jobs and two kids. Drugs, bullying, adultery and abortion are underlying tensions that fester and drive wedges between family members. With the Wilsons falling apart, his reunion seemed an oasis of calm. At... more
  • If You See Kay Run

    by Tina Glasneck
    Bobbi Jax, AKA BJ, reaches out to flick the cheek on the chick hiding in the bushes. Plastic. But oh so real looking. And creepy enough to interrupt her romp in nature with hot cop, Peter Harris. Creepy enough that BJ and her best friend, Kay decide to retrieve the discarded mannequin from the park that night, tie it to the roof of their car, and drive it back to the bar she manages. Creepy enough that it lights up social media like a beacon calling in the crazies. Who knew curiosity could put h... more
  • For Better or Worse

    by Donna Huston Murray
    Her husband’s premature demise certainly knocked her down, but today amateur sleuth Ginger Barnes awoke with her spunk intact. Just in time, too, because men are about to become an issue. Men who mistreat their wives, men capable of murder, and men who ask her out. Fortunately, Gin has experience with the police, because she’ll be dialing 9-1-1 more than once before this is over.
  • Betrayal of Justice: A Zachary Blake Betrayal Series Legal Thriller

    by Mark Bello
    In Washington D.C., a newly-elected president promises, in his inaugural speech, to “make America pure again.” What follows is the murder of a white supremacist and a young Muslim-American woman accused of the crime. Zachary Blake is retained to defend the woman and her family in criminal and immigration court, but can this family expect justice in this new, "pure" America? Or will they experience a Betrayal of Justice? In Dearborn, Michigan, Arya Khan watches President John’s acceptance spee... more
  • Betrayal of Faith: A Legal Thriller (Betrayal Legal Thriller Series Book 1)

    by Mark Bello
    When Jennifer Tracey discovers that her new parish priest has harmed her two sons, she encounters the Coalition—a secret church organization tasked with the responsibility of taking care of these types of incidents quickly and quietly and by any means necessary. Jennifer decides to file a lawsuit against the priest and the church and seeks out an attorney, Zachary Blake, who handled her late husband’s industrial death case. However, through an unfortunate series of events, Zachary has gone from... more
  • Shifting Sands: Tradecraft: Phase One

    by Michael Shusko
    Iranian physicist Dr. Sara Qaderi has been leaking intelligence to the UN detailing her deadly work at a nuclear facility in Iran for months—but her time is running out. Colonel Mostafa Sabri is on the hunt for the traitors who have been compromising Iran's national security. And he always finds his prey. Since birth, Sara has been taught that Americans aren't to be trusted. Now her life is in the hands of Nick Shane, an American Marine whose mission is to get her and the vital information s... more
  • The Rushing of the Brook

    by Kansas Bradbury
    It’s 1987, and a dark shadow is about to fall upon the city of Sifton and its residents. Hayward Barry and his best friends—Joe, Davey, and Pete—are typical fifth- and sixth-grade boys, hanging out after school and getting into trouble. However, powerful urges and deep feelings have begun to grow in the boys as they approach young adulthood; for Hayward, this is his affection for Beth, a girl in his class who he fears will be swept away by another boy named Daniel. For Pete, it is a volatile... more
  • No Remaining Evidence

    by Christina Benton
    Noel learned how to get away with murder while in grad school. Little did she know she would actually have to use those skills one day. Christin’a Benton’s debut novel introduces us to Noel Patterson, a forensic anthropologist and professor at the University of Charlotte. One night, when leaving campus, Noel is brutally attacked. She is in for the fight of her life and just as it seems she will not survive she turns the tables and kills her attacker. As the knife plunges into the man over an... more
  • Killing Time

    by Phil Pearl

    Killing Time is based on real people, places, devices, and events, such as the newly elected U.S. President firing the FBI Director, and Russian interference in the U.S. Presidential election.  The story combines technologies from robots to rockets with wry comment on the contemporary social and political scene. 

         The book is about computer software industry intrigue, and the real world is blended into the story, blurring the line betwe... more

  • Domain

    by Mike Baron
    When comic book artist Kendell Coffin trades a calm life in Nebraska for his dream home in California, his tortured memories follow him. He struggles to leave his mark on a world saturated with entertainers, hoping others remember him for great things. Yet, work is work, and he accepts any jobs which come his way; no matter how small. As he puts behind failures and lost love, he realizes it might be something other than his past that haunts him. This is the haunted house story to end all haunted... more
  • The Mailman

    by Jeremy Bates
    BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR Los Angeles, 1985. Never was the motto sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll more apt than the scene on the legendary Sunset Strip with the arrival of the underground Hollywood glam bands. While Mick Freeman, a record executive with a major label, works tirelessly to sign five toxic rockers whom he believes might flip the entire music world on its head, his wife, Jade, spends her days bored and alone at home, struggling with a midlife crisis that threatens to topple th... more
  • The Dig (The Blackwell Files Book 9)

    by Steven Freeman
    Sometimes the Most Priceless Treasure is Life Two members of an international archeological team have been murdered, and a third is missing. Summoned to the researchers’ site in Guadalajara, Mexico, Alton and Mallory must race the clock to uncover the sinister plans surrounding the site and protect the researchers from further attack. Along the way, they discover that the dig site’s ancient Aztec ruins aren’t the only source of mystery and surprise.
  • A Sound In The Dark

    by Kyle Alexander Romines
    For Zack Allen, it was supposed to be a chance to get away and relax. A weekend camping trip with a small group of friends seemed like the perfect distraction from a messy personal life, but as Zack and his friends made their way to the camping ground at Drifter’s Folly Memorial Park, he couldn’t shake the feeling something was terribly wrong. Zack should have listened to his gut, because he and his friends aren’t the only ones in the forest. Someone else is watching—someone with dark intent... more