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  • Heckled

    by Valarie Savage Kinney
    Drinking. Drugging. Cutting. Exxel Jensen has spent his life finding ways to rid himself of the Heckler, and failed miserably. On the surface, his future is bright: a beautiful wife, a child on the way, and a career he loves as a stand up comedian. Beneath the surface lurks the darkness: crippling depression, anxiety, and alcoholism. Helena Jensen has seen her husband spiral downward before and feels helpless to stop it as she watches him falling again. She would do anything to help him, an... more
  • Eye for an I

    by Michael Angliss
    An Australian Security Intelligence Organisation operative is in the field to uncover threats to an upcoming G20 Summit. What he finds is a corporate CEO who has a nuclear bomb. And an undersea gold field worth hundreds of billions of dollars is in criminal hands. A winding warren of treachery leads to a terror nuke exploding on US soil...
  • Accidental Droning

    by Pete Liebengood

    Bo Granger loses his job as the manager of a country club golf shop and turns to flying his private drone as a pastime.

    Accidentally he captures video with his drone of a woman being murdered by drowning. Bo is torn over whether or not to turn his video over to authorities. He is afraid of reprisal by the person who owns the mansion where the drowning took place, and he worries that his invasion of privacy will derail his wife’s campaign to become governor of California as she is ... more

  • The Iguana Project

    by Dale Arden
    Lawyer Patrick Brádaigh had it all—the perfect life, wealth, beautiful wife, and children—until he got involved with the mafia. By the time he realizes his mistake, it’s too late. There is no going back, and he’s been warned: if he makes a misstep, he’ll be paying in blood. With the hopes of keeping his family safe, he starts compiling secret records of all the mafia’s dirty dealings in his safe at home. Patrick’s wife refuses to hand over the documents and ends up brutally murdered. Years pass ... more
  • Love's Deadly Masquerade

    by Yani

    Vanessa is a beautiful, young woman with a bright and promising future. She's never known love until she meets Eric, who sweeps her off of her feet. But is he the man of her dreams or the monster of her nightmares? In the blink of an eye, Vanessa finds herself the victim of Eric's brutal assaults physically, mentally and sexually. With the help of strangers, she makes an escape, only infuriating Eric some more. Soon after, she learns that her fairytale introduction to Eric was a disgu... more

  • Dying To Love Amanda

    by Dolores Clay
    Dying To Love Amanda is a crime story inspired by true events. The book tells the story of Mike Dewitt , a man who likes to control everyone around him, including his girlfriend Amanda Rivers. Besides perfecting the art of lying, Mike’s behavior leans heavily towards jealousy, rage and deceit. Over seven years will pass before Amanda musters enough courage to leave Mike and his demons for the arms of another. She does so quickly, but fails to mention a new love interest. A dark cloud be... more
  • Red Stick One

    by Kenneth Kirkeby
    When senior Florida wildlife officer, Tom Jay Harding, is murdered in the field the half-Indian boy he raised, now grown and also a wildlife officer, takes off his badge to embark on a cross-country search for the killer.
  • Prologue (Kindred Book 1)

    by Leslie Scott-Jones
    Anna Dupree grew up in New Orleans. Her mother and Aunt were clairvoyant, and used their powers to help people. After her mother's death from cancer Anna leaves her home, she thought for good. Anna graduated in the top 5 of her class at the police academy, and then went on to F.B.I. training where she did just as well. Although she and her partner, Peter Williams, had high scores rookies are assigned to desk duty.
  • A Family Killing

    by Leslie Scott-Jones
    Colonel Scott Avery retires from the marines and returns home to face a string of unsolved murders and the truth about himself.
  • Too Greedy to Live

    by Ad Long
    Three dead bankers on a boat seems a simple case for homicide detective Kate Carter. Then other super-rich financiers start dying in identical fashion around the world. While the media speculates about who done it and why, Detective Carter starts the ball rolling by finding out how they are being murdered...
  • A Power

    by Peter Wall
    Continuing from Book 1, Derek should be on top of the world, a good business, girlfriend, only his destiny lies not in the realm of the normal but in chaos, as the world is threatened with destruction by the sun. Joined by a powerful female ally, Tima, they must first save Derek's mysterious Uncle, Doug, from termination by the Group, before they can set about saving planet Earth.

    Joan Lambert has received the most illustrious assignment of her career – rock star turned Pulitzer poet, Austin Mears. It’s problematic at the start because the DA likes him for the murder of a groupie, a crime previously pinned on Austin’s drugged-out wing man, Kanuna. It interrupts Joan’s therapy process but she takes on the assignment because of career promises made by the prosecuting attorney. With deranged fans, outraged fathers and jilted lovers coming at her like a video game, Joan g... more

    RESURRECTION DIVA, a literary crime novel by Eva Batonne Synopsis: Joan Lambert hails from the Ozarks of Missouri and has been an “investigator” since the age of fifteen, trained by her foster mother. Though young, she’s garnered a top position with Robbery Homicide in Los Angeles working Special Section and brings not only her own tragic past but also her horse sense to bear on high profile cases. She darts between the dark shadows and all the sunshine and movie lights but it’s her jo... more
  • Half Irish

    by Pete Morin & Suzanne O'Leary
    When an immigrant Irish roofer plummets to his death from a South Boston building, lawyer Paul Forte steps in to settle the man’s presumably meager estate, as a favor to his friend, Dublin reporter Finola McGee. A routine probate matter, he thought, until he discovers the penthouse condo, the top-of-the-line Harley and credit card statements reflecting a fondness for Las Vegas. In Ireland, Finola’s human interest story about the tragedy prompts several Irish widows to inform her of similar a... more
  • Full Irish

    by Pete Morin & Suzanne O'Leary
    A Dublin reporter is on a mission to find the murderer of an honest politician and close friend. A Boston lawyer is hired to dig up dirt on a conniving Irish competitor. When the two collide at a famous County Kerry castle and discover their mutual interests, the ensuing game plan is more Pink Panther than Hercule Poirot. Full Irish marks the return of Paul Forté and his wife, Shannon, and the introduction of Finola McGee. In a sometimes madcap, sometimes dark adventure, Shannon lands a ... more
  • Diary of a Small Fish

    by Pete Morin
    When Paul Forte is indicted by a federal grand jury, everyone suspects prosecutor Bernard (don’t call him “Bernie”) Kilroy has more on his mind than justice. Then the FBI agent in charge of Paul’s case gives him a clue to the mystery: Kilroy is bent on settling an old family score, and he’s not above breaking the law to do it. Paul is already dealing with the death of his parents and divorce from a woman he still loves. Now, with the support of an alluring grand juror, Paul must expose the v... more