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  • Physco Jihad

    by Dexter Marks
    Physco Jihad, is the adventure of an American innocent who blunders into the middle of an Islamist uprising in West Africa. Dizzy Banks, an American contract employee, must survey a local population in rural West Africa, in an area where increasing political instability has thrown strategic American oil rights in the region into question. Banks is only interested in completing the assignment because it will get him a better job back home in Chicago. Aggressively apolitical, Banks is naively unaw... more
  • Caught in the Crotchfire (A Trailer Park Princess Cozy Mystery Book 3)

    by Kim Hunt Harris
    Armed with Salem’s “Smart-Enuff” phone and Viv’s racing model Cadillac (with aggressive acceleration!), these two amateur super-sleuths set out to catch a gang of armed robbers terrorizing G-Ma’s neighborhood... if for no other reason than to stop G-Ma’s panic-stricken calls every time a car drives by. The only problem: they have no leads, no clues, and they accidentally got arrested for “moral crimes.” Will these bandits be the ones who got away? Or will they be Caught in the Crotchfire?
  • Unsightly Bulges (A Trailer Park Princess Cozy Mystery Book 2)

    by Kim Hunt Harris
    Another day, another dead body. It's all in a day of the life of Salem Grimes. Salem Grimes figures even a God who works in mysterious ways wouldn’t resort to a dead body in a dumpster in answer to Salem’s prayers to help her stay on her diet – excuse me – Strat-EAT-Gic plan. But a dead body in a dumpster it is, and now Salem and Viv, her octogenarian partner-in-crime-solving, are on the case once again. Salem finds the search for the killer a satisfactory distraction from all the things she... more
  • The Middle Finger of Fate -- A Trailer Park Princess Cozy Mystery, Book 1

    by Kim Hunt Harris
    Tony Solis has been accused of murder, and Salem Grimes just might be his last, best hope. But Lord have mercy on anyone who has Salem for their last hope, because that girl is a piping hot mess and always has been. Everyone knows that, including Salem. But Salem is trying. She quit drinking, and she even started praying. Maybe if she can help prove Tony's innocence and find the real killer, it would balance out some of the mistakes she's made in her past -- a past that includes betrayed best fr... more
  • The Shooting: A Mike Gage Thriller

    by William G. Davis
    A shooting at an exclusive Florida high school masks an even more insidious plot. When authorities are tight-lipped about the incident’s details, anguished families retain former homicide investigator Mike Gage to find the answers they so desperately seek. Mike knew one of the dead kids, the daughter of a close associate, motivating him even more to discover what happened and why. As Gage digs into the backgrounds of the two shooters and finds that one might have been a victim of childhood abuse... more
  • Betrayal of a Nation (The Alex Sullivan Series Book 1)

    by Robert Joseph Napoli
    In a nation where the terror of 9/11 has almost been forgotten, a private investigator rises from the ashes of a disgraced career with the NYPD and a failed marriage to clash with factions both domestic and foreign. Alex, a brash and proud former Navy Seal must stop a conspiracy that threatens not only New York City, but the entire nation. Who can he trust? As shadows from the highest pinnacles of the government are interwoven into the treachery of deceit, lies and betrayal; Alex must prevail an... more
  • An Invitation to Murder

    by Gerry Stimmler
    Things get personal for Margie in AN INVITATION TO MURDER when her dad is charged with killing an old business partner and all the evidence points to him and him alone. Obviously it's a setup, but who would do that and why? Margie's hell bent on getting involved and finding the real killer; Joe's just as determined to stop her. Not because he doesn't want to find the killer, but he doesn't want Margie to end up a victim herself. As if that's not enough to deal with, who is this Christian gu... more
  • Dropped Dead in Kona

    by Gerry Stimmler
    What happens when a bunch of amateurs try to solve a murder? They could get killed! It’s a cozy…mystery that is. Who says murder can’t be fun?
  • Full Circle: A Haszard Narrative

    by Kevin E. Hatt
    When asked to look into the death of a man in a town known for pagan connections, Haszard quickly makes progress, and it isn't long before matters become dangerous. With little to work with, Haszard makes progress, yet the task is a daunting one, and not everyone he encounters is friendly. Collating interesting and significant information from various sources along the way, Haszard has to link factors linked with the past, and as he does so, he realizes that in order to save someone from cert... more
  • What Sets Us Apart (The Russian Trilogy Book 1)

    by Charles Heath
    David is a man troubled by a past he is trying to forget. Susan is rebelling against a life of privilege and an exasperated mother who holds a secret that will determine her daughter's destiny. They are two people brought together by chance. Or was it?
  • One Last Look

    by Charles Heath
    In a twist of fate Ben discovers his wife, Charlotte, is having an affair. Given a chance to explain, she lies, forcing Ben to question everything he thought he knew about his wife. From Salzburg to a small town in Tuscany, little by little Ben discovers who the woman he married is, and the real reason why fate had brought them together.
  • In the Talons of the Condor

    by Gustavo Florentin
    IN THE TALONS OF THE CONDOR is a searing exploration of the power of revenge when it consumes the deadliest commando in South America. Roland Sabatini and John Muir are young missionaries who have been called to bring the Word of God to a remote Amazonian tribe. Soon after they meet, John begins to notice strange and incongruous abilities in his Argentine companion. Roland is an expert tracker and survivalist; he knows the rain forest intimately and is a martial artist. Roland ultimately reveals... more
  • The Eighth Day Brotherhood

    by Alice M. Phillips
    In Paris, 1888, the city prepares for the Exposition Universelle and the new Eiffel Tower swiftly rises on the bank of the Seine. One August morning, the sunrise reveals the embellished corpse of a young man suspended between the columns of the Panthéon, resembling a grotesque Icarus and marking the first in a macabre series of murders linked to Paris monuments. In the Latin Quarter, occult scholar Rémy Sauvage is informed of his lover's gruesome death and embarks upon his own investigation to a... more
  • COYOTE: A Jessica James Mystery

    by kelly oliver
    After her first disastrous year in graduate school, Jessica James returns home from the big city to the backwaters of Montana for a summer job at an historic railroad lodge in spectacular Glacier Park. After her cousin dies in a gruesome accident at the lumber mill, Jessica is pulled into a fight against the corruption and greed ignited by the oil frenzy on the Montana plains. Her roommate, Kimi RedFox is determined to stop powerful Knight Industries, headed by Cheneyesque billionaire Richard K... more
  • Ric-A-Dam-Doo: The Snow Devils

    by Wayne Kerr
    When two teenaged girls are kidnapped from a Tucson mall and smuggled into Mexico by a ruthless gang, the police and FBI are hampered in their investigations by several levels of corruption and the International Border. What can a pair of retired Canadians do about it. Plenty when they were once part of an elite Special Forces team that took down the world's largest human trafficking ring. Once a Snow Devil, always a Snow Devil!
  • A Black Sail

    by Rich Zahradnik

    On the eve of the U.S. Bicentennial, newsman Coleridge Taylor is covering Operation Sail. New York Harbor is teeming with tall ships from all over the world. While enjoying the spectacle, Taylor is still a police reporter. He wants to cover real stories, not fluff, and gritty New York City still has plenty of those in July of 1976. One surfaces right in front of him when a housewife is fished out of the harbor wearing bricks of heroin, inferior stuff users have been rejecting for China White,... more