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  • The Fleeting Vibration of Life

    by Frank Brubaker
    Bonni is a down-and-out financial advisor with a gambling habit. He has always been searching for the shot that can change his life. When the opportunity for a big deal comes his way and at the same time a tip from a friend gives him the opportunity to reinvest the hefty commission in a "safe" deal, Bonni thinks fate has finally decided to repay him for his dark years. Stefan is an introverted boy with extraordinary abilities and a mysterious past. He lives in an institution for orphans and eve... more
  • The Dead Chip Syndicate

    by Andrew Pearson
    Offered the chance to run his twin brother's A.I. company, Anthony Wilson ditches his failing screenwriting career to start anew in Macau. The job turns highly lucrative when Anthony's new client, Cash Cheang, a pompadour-topped and Johnny Cash-loving casino operator, hands him a bag full of cold hard Yuan to implement a facial recognition system in his casino. Hearing about Anthony's past life as a screenwriter, Cash offers him another job - ghostwriting a biography about the casino mogul's ... more
  • And God Laughed

    by Joe Rielinger
    Private detective Terry Luvello has just been handed the biggest case of his career. During confession, a man has twice declared his intent to commit murder. In both cases, the murders later occurred in exactly the way the unknown man had described. Hoping to keep the church connection out of the newspapers, the parish pastor asks Terry to find the killer and act as his liaison with the Cleveland Police and Detective Hannah Page. While dealing with their own growing attraction, Terry and Hann... more
  • Lovers and Other Killers

    by Penelope Karageorge
    Journalist Cass Cooper searches for a savage killer in a new novel by Penelope Karageorge, "Lovers and Other Killers." When her ex-husband is released from prison after serving a mere five years for a Ponzi scheme, they plan to remarry,. But Cass finds him with a knife through his heart and becomes the prime murder suspect. Desperate to prove her innocence, she travels from her Greenwich Village apartment to a billionaire's New York penthouse to the country retreat of a group playing dangero... more
  • The Billionaires' Club

    by Jeff Nesbit
    Imagine if someone handed you a blank checkbook along with a new office and a full-time assistant. No rules or apparent limits. And no one waiting offstage to tell you what to do, or how much money is there for you to use. Ultimately, you learn that this anonymous benefactor has, in effect, provided you entrée into the cloistered world of billionaires and the methods by which they earn their unimaginable riches. Given this incomparable opportunity, for reasons that only become clear as the sto... more
  • Throwaways: A Jake Savage Mystery

    by Elliott Light
    The body of a young girl drifts over a reef where 25-year-old Jake Savage is photographing lionfish—beautiful brown-striped creatures with feathery pectoral fins that could almost make one forget their venomous spines. For an instant, Jake thinks the girl might be watching him, but she has no snorkel or mask. Also, she isn't wearing a swimsuit, but rather is clad in only a shirt and panties. And she can't have looked at him because she has no eyes. What has this child done to die so young? A... more
  • The Sky Above

    by Kim Idol
    Bridget lies bleeding on the ground in the dark, wondering if the friendship she and Andy have forged over a long, dark period will compel him to save her. She is running out of time. When she proposed the heist to Andy and Sarah, this wasn’t part of the plan. As she clings to life in the empty parking lot, all she can do is reflect on how they got into this mess in the first place. The Sky Above is a story that investigates the nature of second chances for its protagonists––misfits, thugs a... more
  • A Sudden Interest in Shakespeare

    by Paul Breen
    Madison, Wisconsin, June 2000. A man disappears during a routine day at the office. A woman finds a shoebox filled with cash, fake IDs, and a cryptic list. Two seemingly unrelated events with one unusual connection: William Shakespeare. Seamus O’Neill, a local rock & roll musician, and part-time Ryder Detective Agency employee, investigates both events. As he carouses through Madison’s nightlife, he determines the shoebox’s purpose, deciphers the list, and explains the role William Shakespear... more
  • The Fatal Truth

    by Maggie Casteen
    In "The Fatal Truth," the fourth gripping installment of the Kathy Hamilton Mystery series, we return to the tense town of Rosemont, where murder has once again cast its chilling shadow. When a renowned reporter for the Rosemont Observer is discovered murdered in her own office, killed by one of her prestigious journalism awards, the town is thrown into a frenzy. As Kathy once again undertakes the Herculean task of unearthing the clues to prove Bailey's client innocent, she grapples with a dam... more
  • Hope

    by Jim Mosquera
    HOPE: Can the nation find it during the crisis? The fourth book in the Chandler Scott series. Forces threaten to topple the first female President of the United States who faces opposition from secessionists and hostile forces in cyberspace and within her own government. Journalist Chandler Scott gets the call to undertake a covert mission to save her presidency and secure the country’s future. During his quest, he’s forced to engage the Internet’s dark forces to help him find the one p... more
  • My Sister's Keeper

    by Lana M. Fox
    Her father murdered. Her sister missing. Detective Liz Ellisen must infiltrate the world of cult leader, Jeremiah Johnson to find out the truth of what happened. Is he the kind father figure he likes to portray, or a cold-blooded killer? Or is there even more going on than she realizes?
  • Eagle Bay

    by Ken Cruickshank


    Generations of Westbrookes are venerated for transforming the sleepy coastal hamlet of Eagle Bay into a thriving city. So when Thomas Westbrooke's wife, Skye, alleges to friends and authorities that her admired husband is psychotic and threatening, it seems impossible. That is not the humanitarian and respected civic leader they think they know. The renowned prodigy could never be guilty of depraved vengeance - especially murder.

    Thomas li... more

  • Brotherly Love

    by D.R. Ransdell
    Andy Veracruz routinely faces danger and betrayal, but none of his past experiences prepare him for his most difficult challenge to date—teaching! He agrees to help his girlfriend mount a Vegas show featuring her original songs, but he never expects to train junior musicians to accompany them. Nor does he expect Rachel to want a serious commitment. After the theatre manager is kidnapped, Andy loses what’s left of his concentration. Despite aid from his lookalike brother and a quick-thinking cous... more
  • Tribes: A battle against hate and white supremacy in rural America. James Beck Crime Thriller Series, Book 4

    by John Clarkson
    Ex-con James Beck decides to step left of Covid and the conflicts surrounding him in Brooklyn, so he moves to a quiet place in upstate New York. It seems like everything might work out until he defends a gusty little woman standing up to a local thug. Suddenly, Beck finds himself fighting for his life against a vicious, heavily armed white supremacist gang with deep roots in the community. He calls on his fiercely loyal crew of fellow ex-cons for help. Is there any way they can prevail against a... more
  • The Forever Young Prisoner

    by Marcus Lessard
    130 year-old Henry tells all! Unless the Guardians of the Mysteries of the Clock have the final say. Henry Heck is the mysterious prisoner locked away in the depths of Providence State Penitentiary since the Great War for crimes unknown. Rumors suggest he hasn't aged a day. Tommy McConnell, inmate #176543, a rollicking, dumpster-diving addict with nothing to lose except his own self doubts, sets out to investigate the Legend of the Forever Young Prisoner. He will require the assistance of ... more
  • Color of Blood

    by Keith Yocum
    Dennis is glad to be back at work. His wife’s death left him devastated but he’ll do anything to lose himself into work at the Inspector General’s office of the CIA. A brilliant, if prickly investigator, he’s spent his career chasing down the Agency’s thieves and liars. When his boss forces him to take a low-level assignment to investigate a missing employee in Australia, he soon finds that even in the red dust of the Outback, there is romance – and death – just a sweltering moment away.