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  • The Election of 2028

    by David Stout
    The presidential election of 2028 has been held, and one candidate is way ahead in the popular vote -- but the contest in the Electoral College is neck-and-neck. Weeks before the Electoral College is to vote, some members are killed in freak "accidents" and must be replaced. Will the new electors vote as expected, or are they part of a far-reaching conspiracy to seize the White House?
  • Requiem for Pancho

    by Hildred Rex
    It's opening night at the opera, and veteran tenor R.T. Monticello is plotting the demise of a co-star for defiling his beloved diva.
  • Confessions of a Neighbor

    by Heather Nadine Lenz
    Right now there could be hidden eyes crawling over your skin. It has never been easier to become a stalker. Concealed cameras can be placed everywhere: in books, mirrors, alarm clocks, even coat hooks and light bulbs. You could be being watched right now. This psychological mystery will forever change the way you look at your neighbors. When a young dancer begins to watch her neighbors in their luxurious Zurich penthouse, she has no idea what shameful scenes will play out across the street.... more
  • Only The Holy Remain

    by Alverne Ball
    After discovering the body of Father Pantone, Detective Frank Calhoun embarks on a journey to chase down clues that will reveal the murderer’s treacherous intentions. Along the way, he must deal with his own demons such as his father’s incarceration as well as his former partner’s mysterious death. With the walls closing in around him, Frank must discover the murderous plot before it’s too late.
  • Death on a Dirty Afternoon (The Terry Bell Mysteries Book 1)

    by Colin Garrow
    Introducing a brand new murder mystery series set on England's northeast coast. When taxi driver Frank is found dead on his dining room table, ex-cabbie Terry Bell assumes his old friend died of a heart attack. But when Terry's former boss also turns up with his face bashed in, it starts to look like there's a connection. Faced with a Detective Inspector who doesn't like coincidences, and a series of threatening letters, Terry does a bit of investigating of his own, but when another body i... more
  • Come What May (The Malone Novels Book 1)

    by Larry Darter
    A woman is found brutally murdered inside her Los Angeles townhouse. Los Angeles Police detectives conclude she was the victim of a burglary gone sideways. The leads are thin and the case goes cold. Twenty-three years later, Detective Ben Malone comes across the case while temporarily assigned to the LAPD cold case homicide unit. The cold case investigation takes Malone down a path of betrayal, dark choices, and shocking turns, sending him hurtling into more trouble than he ever dreamed possible... more
  • AT Last (An Alex Troutt Thriller, Book 6)

    by John W. Mefford
    Thirty years after losing a parent to a hit-and-run drunk driver, FBI agent Alex Troutt finally confronts the killer--the same man who just murdered the Boston police chief. And what Alex pulls from him shatters her core. Armed with little more than hope and a shred of decades-old evidence, Alex chases a memory from her past, hoping that she'll find the mother she never really had. With her old buddy Archie on board --as much as ever can be -- the hunt takes her deep into the foothills of... more
  • Carlos the Ant (Michael Gresham Series Book 4)

    by John Ellsworth
    Carlos has a sick daughter and needs money. He's also an upstanding citizen who pays his taxes, puts in his forty hours, doesn't drink and carouse, and loves his wife. Still...he has nowhere else to turn. So Carlos gets money the old-fashioned way--he robs banks. The money comes pouring in but then a new man joins the crew and everything tumbles downhill. Criminal charges for armed robbery are brought against Carlos in several states and he needs a heavy hitter to defend him. Carlos calls Micha... more
  • Willobee's World

    by Wendell Vanderbilt Fountain
    Trenton "Trent" Willobee is a resident of Oatman, Arizona who originally hailed from Macon, Georgia. His southern-western drawl confounds many with whom he communicates. He is an independent semi-trucker who is recruited by federal agents to assist them in on the collection of on the ground intelligence in Tijuana, Mexico. As time progresses, his role expands into dangerous and treacherous situations.
  • Render Safe

    by Pascal Marco
    Since 1985, Arizona prosecutor Stan Kobe has come to be known as “Maricopa County’s Most Ruthless Prosecutor” having never lost a case—nor let a murder go unsolved. His streak comes to end in 2001 when Paul Henry Stewart, a former Air Force EOD technician, mysteriously disappears, leaving no trace after his house explodes in flames with his wife and two children inside. Ten years pass until another triple-homicide occurs with similarities only Kobe knows are common to his decade-old cold case... more
  • Anamnesis

    by Whitney H. Murphy

    A desperate search for survival—and answers.

    As survivors in a ruined city, there are some realities we can’t escape. Or forget. Like the truth that our bodies don’t work anymore. We all know it—with every aching breath, we know it. Or the fact that few of us can recall our own names, let alone the name of our city, our land, or our people. The lack of answers rules our weary minds, flooding—like the fears in our hearts and the pains that crawl along our dy... more

  • A Bitter Wind: Time Entanglement (Book 1)

    by Anita Merrick
    Can the past be changed without creating a paradox? Does history repeat itself or is that something we tell ourselves to cover our poor choices? When Alexander ‘Ramses’ Smith is assigned to decipher the odd hieroglyphs of the Temple of Khnum—all heka (magic) breaks loose. As a teen, his interest was in metaphysical and sharing psychic experiences with his beloved grandmother. However, when she died, things turned dark when a Ouija Board freed a terrifying entity. He thought he was free of it whe... more
  • Blackmail Black Queen: 'til Death Do Us Part

    by Jeffery Alexander
    Blackmail, Black Queen: 'til Death Do Us Part by Jeffery Alexander is a story of love and loss, trickery and tragedy, murder and mayhem, suspicion and suspense; and classic triumph of good over evil. This gripping novel will have you enthralled from beginning to end! Set in the Denver area, city landscapes and familiar attractions are the backdrop for some of the scenery as the story unfolds and exposes the drama unfolding in the mile high city.
  • Velvet of Black

    by Collin Kirkpatrick
    Follow the dystopian society of a world corrupted by an overruling religion, all people kept in line, equal in hell, different in none. However could someone besides a blind sheep lead. Meet in the eyes of one true apex of a woman and the hell she goes through, switching characters as the story prolongs.
  • The Pakistani Connection

    by Stuart Craigie

    This espionage thriller describes how MI6 was able to place a special non official under-cover agent in the Pakistani Al Qaeda organization, with the aim to finding Osama Bin Laden. His name was Naeem Fiazudin and before being recruited, he was an ex SAS soldier of Pakistani origin with an exceptional fighting record in Afghanistan. He discovered that Al Qaeda was currently being run by a far more powerful man in the background. After the CIA raid in Abbottabad, in which Ben Laden was killed,... more

  • A Touch of Homicide

    by Peter Fischer
    It takes a lot to impress Joe Bernardi. He likes his job and the people he deals with but nobody is really special. Nobody, that is, except for Orson Welels, and when Avery Sterling, a bottom feeding excuse for a producer, asks Joe's help in saving Welles from an industry-wide smear campaign, Joe jumps in, heedless that the pool he has just plunged into is as dry as a vermouthless martini. A couple of days later, Sterling is found dead in his office and the police immediately zero in on two susp... more