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  • Terror Bay

    by Lisa Towles
    After surviving a gunshot wound to the head, San Francisco homicide detective Kurt Farin is placed in a medically induced coma. In his unconscious state, he can't shake the vivid image of a mysterious woman – Genevieve Lucas - who appears to be summoning him. How does he know her name, and is she even real? Driven by an unshakable intuition, Kurt travels to Puget Sound to find her and uncover the truth. As he digs deeper, he realizes that his fate is inextricably tied to the enigmatic woman…a... more
  • Musky Run

    by Jeff Nania
    Olympic medalist Anna MacDonald comes home to Namekagon County to emcee the Great Wilderness Race as predators stalk the Northwoods. While occasional interactions with potentially dangerous animals are old hat for most residents, this changes when unpredictable behavior patterns make it unclear who is the hunter and who is the hunted. Sheriff John Cabrelli and the new Musky Falls chief of police work swiftly to keep the community calm as they try to piece together the clues before it is too late... more
  • The Jeremy Sparkles Show

    by Javier Gombinsky
    Crime thriller author Robert Keeney has a recipe for success: he daydreams about being interviewed on The Jeremy Sparkles show, and uses his questions as inspiration for stories. But when the line between fiction and reality starts to blur, Robert questions his own sanity. Could Jeremy have a mind of his own?

    THE CHIEF INSPECTOR MUZAFFER The girl's lifeless body did not leave his eyes. AN IMMERSIVE CRIME NOVEL FULL OF SECRETS Muzaffer. He is the commissioner of the homicide bureau, who has not been able to get rid of the bad traces of the past. The justice he sought had led him into an abyss without end. Now he has returned to his beloved profession. While he was trying to get everything right, he found himself in the dark world of a serial killer who had dug deep into the human mind. E... more
  • Gallows of Rainbow

    by Ogonna Juliet Nnamani
    Uyo Ameh, a Nigerian student seeking a fresh start in Sweden, is haunted by a horrifying past. Once an innocent victim of a heinous crime, she now stands at the crossroads of vengeance and redemption. When she uncovers a hidden truth not meant for her ears, she is thrust deeper into a world of darkness and despair. Fueled by a desire for retribution, Uyo plots to avenge the wrongs done to her, even if it means taking matters into her own hands.  As her plan unfolds, Uyo must confront the very... more
  • Her Spoke'en Dreams

    by Suzanne Taylor
    Fear All Evil 6:00 p.m. The shadows were deepening, and he moved back into them, his black pants and shirt melting into the dark. His face was narrow with high-cut cheekbones, his skin so burned and blackened by the sun appeared to be flayed along the edges. His eyes, deep-set and black as pitch, made folks step back and swear they'd seen the devil in them! They weren't far from wrong. This alley, was perfect for his needs. Only one entrance that looked out onto the street, no back doors... more
  • Deadly Sands

    by Josh Zimmerman

    In Deadly Sands, the black flags of ISIS are returning. Sinister and apocalyptic forces are massing in the desert wasteland. Radical soldiers are ready to die. Their goal is to take back what they believe to be theirs.

    Mercenaries join the fight. A young American is torn between two worlds. A decorated Navy SEAL fights the same enemy he fought ten years ago, but this time it’s with a different set of skills in the CIA. An inexperienced intelligence analyst is led down a twist... more

  • Invisible Influence

    by Larry Moran
    While on a government-sponsored trip to Paris, Spencer Graves, a divorced midlevel government economist, has an affair with a beautiful French woman. When he returns home, the affair is used to blackmail him with the threat of a jail sentence and the loss of custody of his daughter and son. He is forced to break government rules and into unlawful activity apparently for the blackmailer financial benefit. Then the threat of physical harm to his children coerces him into contributing to an economi... more
  • Ripple Effect

    by Amy Rivers
    The thrilling conclusion to the award-winning psychological suspense series from author Amy Rivers. Psychologist Kate Medina is on a mission to dismantle the human trafficking ring that has plagued her hometown for decades. Frustrated by a lack of hard evidence, Kate focuses on community education in hopes of taking away the abusers' ability to hide in plain sight. As the investigation leads to several arrests, the traffickers become more desperate, escalating their violence and brutality.... more
  • Lost Colony: The Hennepin Island Murders

    by Steve Berg
    Nordic Noir Comes to America Thirty years after the shocking and never-solved 1986 assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme on a snowy street in Stockholm, an activist priest is found gruesomely sacrificed on the altar of a Swedish-American church in Minneapolis. The church’s immigrant janitor is also slain, execution style. The crime shocks Hennepin Island, the church’s time-forgotten riverfront neighborhood, where Span Lokken, a demoralized newspaperman, and his improbable partner... more

    by Howard Seaborne

    ON SALE OCTOBER 10 -- Will Stewart joins ace pilot Pidge and his former boss Earl Jackson on a rescue mission that immediately collides with a scene of unimaginable violence. The obvious explanation is impossible and the clock is ticking--not just for a woman gone missing, but for Will as he feels himself drawn deeper into the sphere of billionaire Spiro Lewko. Old secrets and criminal lies push Will toward a dark and dangerous breaking point in DIVISIBLE MAN - THE ELEVENTH HOURGLASS. Author ... more

  • Code Name: Juggernaut

    by Sherman E Ross
    The novel, Code Name: Juggernaut is a political thriller set in the near future. It centers around Werewolf, a far-right wing organization and its demonic leader Howard Brennan and his murderous paramour Jacqueline Lynch. The pair hatch a bizarre plot to steal the components of a nuclear bomb to fashion it into a WMD. They intend to detonate the device in Washington, DC on the night of the State of the Union Address in order to destroy the government and foment chaos. An FBI agent, Douglas Rabso... more
  • Monsters of North Yellowstone

    by Sae Luy
    After spending five relatively peaceful years working with gangsters and building a life with his new sister, Rodney is still haunted by the evil spirit of his tragic past. And it's not merely a figure of speech. But even so, their routine in a small village, hidden from the unpredictable vagaries of the climate and the terrible creatures that were once humans, has more ups than downs. Until one day, it all changes at once because of a bizarre murder that forces Rodney to come face-to-face wi... more
  • Family and Other Ailments: Crime Stories Close to Home

    by M.E. Proctor
    Blood ties. The family we’ve been given, the friends we make, the loves we keep, and those we lost. The twenty-six stories in Family and Other Ailments teeter on the brink, hover at the periphery or even the possibility of crime. Under a soft light and at an angle, they're all love stories. The collection opens with “Spy Head,” a tale of friendship after a crushing trauma. In “Texas Two-Step,” brotherhood leads to a wicked double-cross. “Razorbills” shows a young woman seeking freedom from th... more
  • Guidance to Death

    by Daniel V. Meier Jr.
    It was cold and rainy, with low visibility. A perfect morning for sabotage. The company jet carrying a Senior VP mysteriously crashes shortly after taking off from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) says it was an accident. The victim’s wife says it was murder. Frank Adams, an independent aviation accident investigator has been hired to find out. Mounting evidence and an additional murder convince Adams that there was indee... more
  • Murder After Hours

    by Jeanie Wolfe
    My novel takes place in a small, mountain town in Eastern Washington State. The protagonist, Robin Ingals, is a recently divorced vacation rental business owner who is fixing up her cottage. When her secretary is murdered at an amateur theater rehearsal, Robin is determined to find the killer. She meets a man, Lee Kellerman, who is working on his criminal justice degree and they begin falling in love. Robin and Lee join forces with the local sheriff, Moe Hastings, and hunt down the killer.