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  • The Governor's Daughter: The Scribes of Brahmadhan

    by Sambath Meas
    Anjali Chinak, the curious-minded teenage daughter of a Cambodian detective, is shocked by the fatal rape of her Eurasian friend, Esmè Laurent, the governor’s daughter. Anjali believes the perpetrator is the same man who has wreaked havoc in other Asian countries. On a scorching April day in1920, in Siem Reap, a town of majestic Khmer ruins and opulent French-colonial edifices, Asian authorities meet to address the crisis. The multiple rapes and murders have triggered pandemonium in cities of An... more
  • The Day Job is Murder (McKinley Mysteries series Book 1)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    “The perfect beginning to what will certainly be a wonderful series.”
    –Marianne Spitzer, Bestselling author

    The bad guys aren't the only ones on his radar…

    For Albany PD homicide detective Sean McKinley, catching killers is the easy part of his job. Working next to his beautiful partner, Sara Cain, is what’s difficult. It might have something to do with the fact that he’s fallen in love with her, tho... more

  • Collateral Crimes

    by Jeffrey Yochim

    Valdo Esposito is a hit man with a gambling problem. In need of cash, he contracts with erratic ATF Agent James Roberts for what turns out to be a gun running operation, but Roberts insists upon controlling every detail of the operation, needlessly complicating what should be a simple crime. 

    Jonathan Starker is a highly successful graphic novelist who needs to get to Phoenix to speak at a comic book convention, but his fear of flying forces him to find other means of tra... more

  • Death on Canvas

    by Mary Ann Cherry
    Book one of the Jessie O'Bourne art mystery series, Death on Canvas finds the artist in rural Montana, teamed up with Norwegian deputy Arvid Abrahmsen on a search for two missing Thomas Moran masterpieces worth millions. The paintings connect the cold case murder of Jessie's great aunt with the present day murder of a Native American grad student discovered in the O'Bourne family hayfield—a girl who whispers before she dies that her attacker was a cop.
  • Boystown 8: The Lies That Bind

    by Marshall Thornton
    The eighth book of the best-selling Boystown Mysteries series begins with a phone call in the middle of the night. Private investigator Nick Nowak is pulled into the troubled world of freelance journalist, and all around pain-in-the-ass, Christian Baylor. When Christian can’t stop lying about the corpse in his bathroom things slip slowly out of control. Meanwhile, Nick’s relationship with former priest Joseph Biernecki takes an unexpected turn and the Federal case against Jimmy English proceeds ... more
  • Death Comes to Happy Acres

    by JT Moss
    At sixty-three, former jazz musician Wade Lovett finds himself something of a trailer park Lothario carrying on affairs with three different women. But when circumstances prompt Carol Smitzky to make a compelling case for a marriage arrangement, he agrees. The next morning he visits girlfriend number two, Peggy MacCallister, to tell her the news—and finds her lying dead on her kitchen floor. Shortly after Peggy’s death, Wade is surprised to learn that she left him guardianship of her prized cat,... more
  • Suicide Lake

    by Ashley Fontainne
    Those who have secrets… Renee Thornton is on the brink of despair, ready to take a final plunge and join the other tragic souls at the bottom of Bradford Lake—known to locals as Suicide Lake. Beneath the murky waters… Her plans change when she’s startled back to reality after a body brushes up against her from the depths below. Terrified, Renee runs away and slams into her old flame Cliff Simpson, a deputy with Whitten County Sheriff’s Department. Will stop at nothing… Strang... more
  • Connections

    by Jacqueline Wein
    When their beloved pets are threatened, a group of ordinary New Yorkers find surprising new connections.
  • Vile Means

    by Steve Dimodica
    Vile Means is an espionage thriller. It's 1999. The United States, a long time benefactor to Panama, is scheduled to return the canal to the Republic of Panama at the end of the year, so stability in the Central American country is paramount. But a wealthy Swiss financier and an Israeli Mossad officer have compelling reasons to destabilize the tiny isthmus. In an intricate plot, they enlist the help of a Bosnian war criminal who leads a series of attacks against defenseless j... more
  • A Wake in Chinatown (A Honolulu Private Investigator Novella Book 1)

    by A.P. Pierce

    Private Investigator Brad Hunter built his one-man detective agency after losing his job with the Honolulu Police Department. Most of the mysteries he investigates now are Chinatown waitresses and seedy bars in hopes of finding new thrills in life. That is until he stumbles onto two of his biggest cases in months: a missing little girl, and the murder of a prostitute.

    Chasing down one lead after another in both crimes, he plays a deadly game of suspense with an alluring second grade sch... more

  • The Courage to Kill

    by Ron Argo
    A girl molested ... A father murdered … A killer on the loose … The young UC graduate went to her father’s beachside condo the night he was murdered, but she doesn’t remember shooting him. Janice Parrish had plenty reason to hate her father after recalling the horrible memories of the abuse as a child some 20 years ago. But even as she’s booked on murder charges, she knows there was someone else at his house that night. So begins Janice’s dark journey through a tortuous psychological wasteland... more
  • 978-1329712089

    by Joe Peters
    When terrorists apparently strike one of Boston's Mbta transit stations during the famed St. Patrick's Day parade, the onslaught of federal and state officials turn the city into a chaotic police state. Only a veteran transit cop, jaded by his memories of growing up in the shadows of Boston's forced busing and desegregation, knows the truth: The enemy is not some international terrorist cell but the politics and hubris that continually pit the haves and have­-nots against each other in one of th... more
  • Veil of Deception

    by Michael Byars Lewis
    What if the company building America's most expensive weapons system was secretly owned by one of our enemies? For years, Air Force Captain Jason Conrad flew and instructed in the supersonic T-38. Despite his decline into a self-destructive lifestyle, he was considered one of the best instructors on the base. Following a terrifying jet crash, Jason finds himself on a very short list of people on their way out the door. It is a surprise to everyone when he is assigned to the home of the U.S. Air ... more
  • The Accidental Vigilante

    by Robert Sterling Hecker
    Rookie New Orleans cop Jeremy Porter was labeled as an oddball by his co-workers. His abrupt transfer to the Child Abuse Section was quickly terminated after he botched his first interrogation. He was ridiculed and demoted to desk duty. Determined to prove himself, he decides to secretly conduct his own off-duty surveillance of dangerous child molesters. But his good intentions result in several homicides and Porter becomes a person of interest to the NOPD. That's only the beginning of his tr... more
  • AFTER THE KILL - A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 4

    by Cary Allen Stone

    Will Jake pull the trigger? A gunman enters Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix. His van, parked next to the terminal, has enough explosives in it to bring down the entire building. As Jake Roberts watches Caitland’s flight depart, desperate alerts are made to evacuate the airport. Jake runs to assist the airport police. He learns his best friend, an airline pilot, has been shot twice. Will he be able to rescue him? Forensic psychologist Mackenzy specializ... more

  • Anchor

    by Marc Kuhn
    Just about everyone in Philadelphia listens to radio news anchor Ryan Healy. Each day, as his listeners go through their morning routines, he tells them about the weather and traffic conditions, who won the game last night and everything else that's going on around the city and around the world. The only thing Ryan Healy doesn't share with his listeners is anything about himself...and that's the story they would really want to hear. A third-generation Irish-American, Ryan marries his ... more