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  • A Season to Die

    by Michael Mucci
    When the wife of a prominent local politician is found dead of a gunshot wound in her car, Macon, Pennsylvania Sheriff Chris DeAngleo uncovers a sinister web of conspiracy and murder. As the body count rises, DeAngelo needs every bit of courage and resourcefulness to defeat his ruthless enemy even at the risk of his own life. A Season to Die is the second novel in the Chris DeAngelo series by critically acclaimed and best-selling author Michael Mucci, and promises page-turning twists and sizzli... more
  • Sheaves of Zion

    by E W Sullivan
    Following his rejection by the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit, Dr. Thelonious Zones finds himself counseling inmates at a South Georgia prison for his uncle’s consulting firm. It’s a job he abhors. He fears something in his past, from his childhood, may have skewed the psychological testing he underwent for the job against him. Everything changes for him, however, when he is visited by the FBI and local law enforcement during a prisoner counseling session. Dead bodies are showing up in Metro Atl... more
  • Swarm Theory

    by E W Sullivan
    Criminal profiler Dr. Thelonious Zones wants to believe his father didn’t kill his mother. What stops him from believing is the twenty-five years to life his father received for her murder. Zones’ avuncular employer and father’s best friend, Sam Drake, defends his innocence. Zones sets out to find the truth to this twenty-four-year-old question, but his search is interrupted when he is forced to investigate the death of a young Arab college student and the series of bombings engulfing a small so... more
  • Nowhere Girl

    by Charles Davis
    Detached……With everything taken from her, where does emotion fit? What does it mean? Apathetic…..When it’s toward self what power exists to crumble its walls? She came from nowhere. What chance is there for her when diagnosis category is psychopathy? Irene(Nena) was born into destitution raised as a product of the state. Her understanding of life was in contention of the hopeless. Her indoctrinated eyes saw normalcy in asylum. Now released into an unforgiving world, can she persevere? As her l... more
  • Secrets, Lies and Champagne Highs

    by Jeanette Hubbard
    On a crisp winter mid-afternoon, Claudie O'Brien finds herself parked in her BMW with some old pills, a bottle of champagne, and no reason to keep on living. When an accident occurs in Claudie's attempt to take her own life, she finds herself rescued by Peter, a local vice-principal turned tow truck driver. In Secrets, Lies and Champagne Highs, written by first-time novelist Jeanette Hubbard, readers follow Claudie's journey to Sisters, Oregon,having moved into the remodeled garage of Peter, his... more
  • Chasing Nathan

    by Jeanette Hubbard
    Jeanette Hubbard's humorous style of suspense writing has been compared to Carl Hiaasen and Janet Evanovich. In this quirky follow-up novel, a chance encounter in a remote forest campground plunges plucky retiree Claudie O'Brien into a vortex of crime, kidnapping, and a marijuana hijacking. A pleasant dinner with Nathan, the gentleman at the next campsite, is disrupted by the arrival of a very loud and a very angry young man. The next morning both Nathan and the man are gone, but Claudie suspect... more
  • A Killer's Guide to Good Works

    by Shelley Costa

    Senior Editor Val Cameron is back at her desk in New York. When her curator best friend returns from an abbey in England, she invites Val to see a priceless relic that has mysteriously found its way into her carry-on.

    But by the time Val arrives at the museum, her friend has been murdered -- and the relic is gone.Val soon learns that a young monk at the abbey has also been murdered. What dark purpose is attached to the relic that has led to two murders? When Val discovers her apartment ... more

  • Wrinkled Heartbeats: A Novel

    by Temple Emmet Williams

    A real estate broker fails to tell a homeowner that listing his home for sale includes an expiration date on his life. The only person who can save the homeowner is the man hired to kill him. Wrinkled Heartbeats became a best first novel of the year as a Finalist at the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. It also won Awesome Indies Approval. Midwestern Book Reviews calls Wrinkled Heartbeats a deftly crafted and ... more

  • Hands of the Father

    by Darrell Case
    His name is Globe. He is ten years old, his mother is dead; his father is a serial killer. He is an unwilling accomplice to murder. Taylor Jackson is a moonshiner, a father and a serial killer. In a jealous rage, he murders his wife in front of their eight year old son, Globe, then replaces her with another and another. None of them meet his standards. To Globe they are temporary mothers. He can visit their graves in the pasture, but he dares not love them. His father kills everything Globe love... more
  • Little Man

    by Kent Sievers
    It is the dead of winter. In Omaha, Nebraska’s north downtown, homeless men are disappearing. Alex Capstain sees it when no one else does because he lives among them. For nearly two years he has called a doghouse home. After losing everything to a failing economy, he’s working his way off the street one recycled can and odd job at a time. Days away from taking the first big steps toward his dream of indoor living and a reunion with a daughter lost in divorce many years before, he’s beaten, robb... more
  • Masks of Betrayal

    by Kent Sievers
    Eugene Fellig goes from reluctant hero to suspect overnight. After tackling, then photographing the arrest of a serial rapist with ties to a secretive group of child abusers, he becomes their target. Awakened by police after a night of celebrating his incredible front page photo, Eugene is arrested. He soon learns that the woman he left snuggled in bed just hours before has been murdered and marked to look like the work of the rapist he captured. When evidence of a tie between the mysterious ... more
  • The Regulars

    by Paris Singer
    A man wakes to find himself dead and alone in a forest, and soon realizes he has no memory of who he is or how he came to die there. As he sets off to unravel the mystery of his past, he is pulled into a world stranger than death itself, where the struggle to balance good and evil lies behind the scenes, in the shadows. On his journey he encounters The Regulars, a self-proclaimed band of misfits whose sole purpose is to terrify the living. Among them is Mr. Cage: a nefarious, dark jester w... more
  • Murder & Menace (Cryptic Cove Cozy Mystery Series Book 2)

    by KP Stafford
    Life has been quiet in the cozy town of Cryptic Cove until Lexi stumbles upon another dead body. This time it’s sheriff’s deputy Will Hunter. Several people have motive, a few have the means to do it. With strained friendships hanging in the balance, Lexi is determined to solve this case and help her best friend through a major life-changing ordeal. Can Lexi and Constable John find the killer before he strikes again? Can Lexi and Peyton heal their friendship before it’s completely destro... more
  • A wolf by any other name

    by Jennifer Mueller
    Big excitement came to Gold Springs in the form of outdoor clothing company Wilderness Brothers shooting their winter catalog. Everything in town looked a little less grim with the stage set for world renowned photographer Ichiro Kikugawa. The Grand Hotel after years of being closed has reopened to house the models. Even the old hot springs hotel has been pressed into service and opened once more under the name Damnation Creek Hotel and Spa. It's rather unfortunate the murder of the fashion shoo... more
  • It's About Time: A Mysterious Time Travel Conspiracy

    by Lyle Howard
    A mysterious time travel conspiracy is about to unfold Angela Mercy, a highly trained elite bodyguard, tragically fails her chief assignment: protecting the life of the country’s leading quantum physicist. Her life is about to change, as someone else is taking over her future. A fast-paced action thriller that will grab you and not let you go. In Japan’s infamous Devil’s Triangle, a small fishing boat disappeared in a swarm of crimson firefliesA leading quantum physicist is assassinated b... more
  • Murder in Containment

    by Anne Cleeland
    In her latest Scotland Yard adventure, Detective Sergeant Kathleen Doyle realizes that several apparently unrelated murders are actually “containment” murders—murders to contain an ominous scandal that could reach into the highest levels at the CID. In the process of tracking down the killers, however, she comes to the unsettling realization that Chief Inspector Acton has committed a containment murder or two of his own.