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  • The Man in the Moon (ReDestined) (Lindsey Scott Thrillstery Book 1)

    by Tom Tancin
    Lindsey Scott tracks a serial killer that murders college couples under full moon. When two boys find a car at the bottom of Sturgeon lake, two local college students drowned inside, the town of Pocono, Pennsylvania is shocked. When a mother and her young daughter find four college students dead at the local orchard a month later, the town starts to question if the events are somehow related. A month later, when six college students are hunted down during an annual party, the town panics. Wit... more
  • Blood and Bone

    by chris bathory
    Trouble finds rookie coroner Kate Grayson, both on the job and off. Her first important death investigation centers around the puzzling case of a woman found mutilated on a beach. In a case marked by contradictions and confusion, it is up to Kate to uncover the truth. But when she tries to unravel the clues, she learns that things are even more complicated than they first appear. But even that pales when compared to the dilemma she faces when she comes to the aid of a friend. Maggie’s husband ha... more
  • The Jenny

    by David R Beasley
    The Jenny: A New York Library Detective Novel Author: David R. Beasley ISBN:0-915317-03-6 PRICE: $9.95 Cdn & US "Billing it as 'the largest recovery of rare postage stamps in US history,' the F.B.I. has finally announced the results of its extensive search for the 153 U.S. stamps stolen from the New York Public Library." Linn's Stamp News. Library detective, Rudyard Mack, with the help of an outspoken library union leader named Arbuthnott Vine leads us through the corridors of power in one... more
  • The Grand Conspiracy

    by David R Beasley
    THE GRAND CONSPIRACY: A New York Library Mystery. ISBN: 0-915317-06-0 \t$10 [cover featured in the film “Writer’s Block”] Rudyard Mack, Library detective, investigates the political kidnapping of his girlfriend, Arbuthnott Vine, Library Union leader, who was planning a union action against City Hall. It leads him through the underworld of unions, city politics, pay offs and international conspiracy to the heart of a global conspiracy.
  • Overworld/Underworld

    by David R Beasley
    Rudyard Mack, New York Library detective, comes out of retirement to solve a cold case—a woman murdered in the library stacks—and finds it is connected to big banking, Israeli and other secret services, and operatives in the United Nations. He is helped by his girl friend, Arbuthnott Vine, retired librarian, to track down agents in drug and weapons smuggling and money-laundering, which leads them to men of wealth and power, who run shadow governments more influential than the real governments. ... more
  • Retribution

    by Phillip Peaoock
    Manfred is framed. He asked his friend Jeremy to help him. Together they find out the true extend of the conspiracy
  • A Witch's Lament

    by Cathy Walker
    When Skye Temple buys a historic house in Salem, Massachusetts, the witch capital of the world, she ignites events that began centuries ago during the witch trials. Salem's bloody history unfolds with her discovery of ancestral diaries and the murders of local girls. During all this, she also struggles with her attraction to Jerome Phips, a local police officer bent on uncovering the truth of his mother's disappearance during a ritual gone wrong 30 years earlier.
  • Perceived Threat

    by Elisa Koopmans
    Author and speaker Annalisa Vermeer has a radical message for her listeners with potentially far-reaching effects. As she advocates for fewer laws, no lobbyists or political parties, and respect for constituents’ opinions, she attracts the attention of powerful enemies in DC . . . some who would prefer to see her dead. Amid a mounting string of verbal and possible physical attacks, Annalisa fears for her safety, but refuses to back down from her advocacy. Her continuing push for her cause pu... more
  • Catharsis

    by Noor ilhuda
    Dark tale of a tough-as-nails detective, a curious old man and a persistent district attorney - all trying to catch a pedophile. Fear is relative. What would you do to be free? Contemporary psychological thriller 'Catharsis' is not a happy read. It has no happy people. It is dark, depressing and short. It has the best and worst of human nature. Readers and reviewers are requested not to reveal any spoilers.
  • Red Days and Grey Nights

    by Brandon Collier
    Ten years after being a sex slave, Pepper Phillips now has the means and opportunity to punish those responsible and to find her daughter. Pepper was a young woman abducted during a vacation and for years she was controlled by Don Bolivar, who took away her child for future use in his human trafficking business. Pepper managed to escape his control with the help of a wealthy businessman. As she prepares to seek vengeance, she realizes the local authorities are unwilling to help. That is when Pep... more
  • The Anonymous Signal

    by Erec Stebbins


    No Forgiveness. No Forgetting. Expect It. The global financial system is in chaos. World leaders have been compromised. An unstoppable computer virus eats through the Internet. Join an elite team of FBI and CIA agents, and the shadowy figures they must work with, as they try to stop a global catastrophe and act of digital terrorism unlike anything ever ... more

  • Flower Girl: A Burton Family Mystery

    by David Marshall Hunt
    Synopsis: What happens when a scientist with top secret clearance and a rogue CIA agent join forces, and he happens to be her father? As a kidnapped orphan she is hired out as a flower girl on Cheju-do Island, Korea the honeymoon capital of Asia. At 12 she is rescued from being sold as a child bride. Her rescuer is a rogue CIA Agent, who happens to be her father, who returns her to the USA to get an education. At 26 she is a scientist and linguist with a top secret clearance working for a g... more
  • Corridor One

    by Rafael H Derchansky
    Dina, a tenacious art forgery expert, is suddenly dragged back into her past life when an extraordinary package is left at her apartment by a mysterious man who seems to know the most personal and intimate details about her past. Why now? Can he be trusted? With new revelations, her life quickly spirals into a maelstrom of confusion and Dina is torn between her innocent desire to believe the stranger and her professional instincts telling her that everything is not as it seems. As she struggles ... more
  • Blue Water Bedlam

    by B.G. Preston
    Four guys who know nothing about boating. An adventure in the Puget Sound. A new yacht. A boatload of trouble. Charlie just wanted to have some fun with his new boat, and share that fun with his friends. Little did seasick prone, lotto winner Charlie know that he had bought into a whole lot of trouble. Four retired guys set forth on a boating adventure north from the beautiful Puget Sound. Knowing nothing about what it takes to handle a yacht, and the news of a recent murder on board, do... more
  • For Renata

    by B. Robert Sharry
    A rocky love affair described in his uncle's journal sets a young man on the road to discovering the truth about the disappearance of his uncle and bring that truth to the woman he loved. What it leads to is a discovery that will change everyone's life forever.
  • Identity Crisis

    by vicki lee zell (vlz)
    Identical twins Doreen and Darlene Ward discover early on in their lives they were adopted. Who was the mother who discarded them so easily so many years ago is the key mystery in finding the truth to who murdered Dr. Jameson. The twins come to find themselves in a web of lies, deceit, and murder when Darlene Ward is thrown to the wolves as prime suspect in the murder case. That is until identical twin sister, Doreen, shows up on the scene, throwing the entire proceedings into question. The twin... more