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  • The Cassandra Trigger

    by Adrian Wyllie
    In 2028, a working-class family of four struggles to survive after an economic collapse cripples our nation. Hopelessness, hunger and fear grips ordinary Americans, as an increasingly totalitarian government uses biometric surveillance and brutal enforcement to retain power and crush dissent. The family’s small act of civil disobedience quickly evolves into a terrifying and violent encounter with federal agents, forcing them to leave everything behind and run for their lives. Desperately tryi... more
  • Rivers Crossing

    by D. Keith and Tui Brookes
    River Brookes is a New Zealand student studying medicine in the United States. On holiday, she is exploring the southwester deserts of Texas when she suddenly finds her self caught up in a whirl of drug cartels, vigilante land owners, and government agents. In the midst of all the turmoil, River finds love and the acceptance and family that she had never really known and has always desired.
  • Mosh Pit

    by Michael Hiebert

    Dakota Shane, gigantic country and pop superstar, stands center stage at the Rose Garden Arena in Portland, Oregon the night six shots ring out through the stadium. Five deaths occur but only four go on record. All four are women.

    But there is so much more to this story than just a mass shooting.

    Snap back in time eight days and follow the lives of a handful of people whose worlds swirl around and bounce off each other like silver pinballs. Who is responsible for this horrid event... more

  • Back Door Down

    by John Zodrow
    A Riveting Techno-Thriller from John Rester Zodrow Arriving with her family on Saipan, an island in the beautiful South Pacific, SALLY BOLT soon finds that this part of America, the "back door" to the United States, is deceptively corrupt. From money laundering to shipping illegal drugs, and even a radical Islamic terrorist secretly sending a dirty bomb to the California mainland, anything goes. But when gangsters brutally murder her husband, MARK, Sally's life turns upside down. ... more
  • Til Death Do Us Part

    by Kenneth Reece
    Daniel Silver has been spending time in isolation with his wife on an exotic beach while accepting the occasional job. Only this last job uproots their pleasant life in their secret corner of the world. Once again Daniel faces more questions with little to no answers, but this time he isn't alone. This time he has a partner to help him at every turn and it's a good thing too because he's going to need all the help he can get.
  • To The End

    by Kenneth Reece
    Three-hundred years is a long time to do something meaningful with your life, maybe even change the world. Daniel Silver has had that long and has done just as much. After keeping his whole life a secret, he's decided to let the world know who he really is and what makes him so special. Now that he's found himself in a relationship, his life seems to be perfect. It's not long before Daniel's easy-going life begins to be continuously interrupted by a series of violent attacks, but with the freedo... more
  • Vengeful Unhinged

    by Jerry Sonenblick
    VENGENGFUL UNHINGED A legal/political thriller CONSPIRACY, HOW HUSHED THE WORDS, HOW VOCAL THE IMPACT LOTS OF GRABS: A series of vengeful roadblocks borne of greed, revenge, betrayal and political self-interest confront David Sherwood, a Tucson lawyer, a gentle spirit with an iron will, during the times that the Civil Right Act was passed in 1965. REVENGE ON HI... more
  • Beach Detective: Woman Overboard

    by Fred Fuld III
    Harry Lido, a private detective in his twenties who lives and works in Redondo Beach, California, gets his first big case of a woman who fell off, jumped off, or was pushed off a cruise ship on her honeymoon. Then the body of a hedge fund manager is found under the Redondo Pier. The dead man's wife hires Lido to find out who did it. Can Lido solve two big cases at the same time? Are these cases connected?
  • Shadowmark (The Shadowmark Trilogy Book 1)

    by T.M. Catron

    "Don't trust anyone, not even me."

    Mina Surrey is pretty ordinary. Bookish, educated, intelligent, but ordinary. She has her life planned out--finish school, write, teach. She works hard, lives quietly. But the one thing all her reading doesn't prepare her for is now the lesson she needs most: how to survive an alien apocalypse

    By the time Mina meets Doyle, she's tired, scared, starving, and broken. When... more

  • Bottle Alley

    by Brenda Spalding
    It's 1938, the carnival is in town and a hurricane is on it's way. Cultures clash when Michael Flannigan falls for Dania, a beautiful Russian Fortune teller. Local Johnny Russo is found dead in Silver Lake and the police suspect someone from the carnival is involved. Can the killer out run both the police and mother nature?
  • Champ: The Misanthrope of the Year

    by Erik Pollet
    Champ is at best a poor excuse for a human and at worst a Private Detective. This Private Eye, or Marlowe, may be the man who can feel no physical pain but he rather much be the man who was left alone with his hutch. However, fate, karma, and history will tell a different story. Champ’s life is set off like a row of dominoes.
  • Choices

    by A. Heyward
    Born to loving parents and afforded an affluent lifestyle, siblings Todd and Kennedy Harrison have it all. Things drastically change when Kennedy begins to attend high school with her brother. He's spread the word that she is "off-limits" to any of the fellas' intentions, good or otherwise. As a top-tier football star, Todd is acutely aware of the games guys play on the field...and off. However, he does not anticipate being "blindsided" by new, transfer student, Jasmine Benton. Beautiful and bri... more
  • A Life for a Life: A Mystery Novel

    by Lynda McDaniel
    When a young woman is found dead in the North Carolina mountains, the county sheriff says suicide. Della Kincaid disagrees. A former reporter in Washington, D.C., she knows how to hunt down the real story. But she’s now living in Laurel Falls, N.C., creating a new life for herself. Without her usual sources, she turns to an unlikely cast of characters—friends, customers, ex-husband, and forger. With their help, she uncovers how unbridled greed has spawned a series of crimes and sorrows. Along th... more
  • Remember Me?: Greek Tragedy in Three Acts (Faukon Abbey Mysteries) (Volume 1)

    by A.K. Lakelett
    What happens when your past catches up with you? If what you did then, shows up now? A seemingly ordinary man, with no enemies is found dead in Tersel Woods, with no identification, not even a mobile phone. Clearly someone wanted him dead, but why? Faukon Abbey CID officers, DI Greene and DC Ford and their friend Carter, a journalist at Abbey Chronicle uncover all hidden tragedies, murder being just one. They find out what really happens behind the elegant facades - where crimes go unseen and u... more
  • Entrepren-R (Retimer series Book 9)

    by Michael Angliss
    Perhaps the world’s most dangerous terrorist organisation in the 1980s was the Abu Nidal Organisation. It armed and trained revolutionaries of several terror groups in the secluded mountains of Middle Eastern countries. The ANO blew up a Pan Am airliner, attacked airports in Vienna and Rome and struck down the Neve Shalom Synagogue with brutal force. After the diminution of the ANO, it spawned some terrorist cells in Palestinian refugee camps in the Middle East and the wider world. One cell was ... more
  • Visitor in my Mind: The Missing Twin

    by Nicole Kiefer
    Lucy Cain is a hardened businesswoman, with a hidden temper and a deeply installed dislike towards men. When her parents had died she took their company to the next level and now she is ready to go even further. But when she meets with the potential general contractor for her project, Sam Wilcox, she finds herself talked into dinner with him. As if it wasn't bad enough for her to find herself at dinner with a man, he next confronts her with a picture that should be impossible. Because it showed ... more