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  • Hell, I'm No Angel

    by G.D. Kessler

    When Niles Galleal began to kill people, he had no idea what morbid appetite he was filling in his own psyche. As the killings progressed, he became consumed by the lust for blood. He found the path he was on was one that he did not know how to get off.

    Mickey Trudeux and Jedidiah Raines, San Francisco beat officers, are thrust into the limelight because they are the first responders to a multiple murder. Their rising star is connected to that of the Mayor, Harvey Loosem. So, they need ... more

  • While He Is Near

    by G.D. Kessler
    The story of one convict getting off parole and the account of his life as he attempts to turn it all around and follow God. Andrew Kelchek became a born again Christian in prison and now has the chance to serve his Lord, instead of serving himself. The town of Hood, South Dakota is a small, uptight town that lacks a heart for the least, the lost and the lonely. Andy’s heart is big enough for all. He wants to help, and despite becoming embroiled in a series of murders, lives a victorious life... more
  • Torrents of Destruction

    by Robin Caroll
    As a white water rafting guide, Katie Gallagher must battle the forces of nature on a daily basis. When sabotage becomes apparent on a weekend rafting trip, Katie must determine who she can trust—and who has their own agenda. Hunter Malone has a mission on a business adventure trip on the Gauley River, a mission that didn’t include a spunky guide who could handle the class-five rapids better than he’d ever imagined. But can she handle the truth?
  • Murderer's Row: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel

    by Ray Keating
    How do rescuing a Christian family from the clutches of Islamic terrorists, minor league baseball in New York, a string of grisly murders, sordid politics, and a pastor, who once was a Navy SEAL and CIA operative, tie together? Find out in MURDERER’S ROW: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL by Ray Keating. Ray Keating has been called “a great novelist” by the host of “BookTalk” radio. A Washington Times reviewer, who happens to be a pastor who once worked for the CIA, noted, “Mr. Keating also allows yo... more
  • The River: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel

    by Ray Keating
    Finalist for KFUO's BookTalk "Book of the Year." In addition, the host of KFUO radio’s “BookTalk” says, “Ray Keating is a great novelist.” Keating offers another story of excitement and suspense in THE RIVER: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL. Some refer to Las Vegas as Sin City. But the sins being committed in THE RIVER are not what one might typically expect. Rather, it’s about murder. Stephen Grant once used lethal skills for the Navy SEALs and the CIA. Now, years later, he’s a pastor. How does th... more
  • An Advent for Religious Liberty: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel

    by Ray Keating
    KFUO radio’s “BookTalk”: Ray Keating is a “great novelist.” Advent and Christmas approach. It’s supposed to be a special season for Christians. But it’s different this time in New York City. In AN ADVENT FOR RELIGIOUS LIBERTY: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL, religious liberty is under assault. The Catholic Church has been called a “hate group.” And it’s the newly elected mayor of New York City who has set off this religious and political firestorm. Some people react with prayer – others with viole... more
  • The Unfinished - 2015 Edition

    by Patrice Williams Marks
    In a future where the Unfinished (murdered) are brought back to life for only 72 hours to testify against their killers before being "put down" for eternity... an Unfinished is resurrected to what he believes is his one chance to point the finger at his accused killer. He remembers the final details of his life; his boring job as a mattress salesman, the Dame he had high hopes for and the Mug who took his life. Once brought back from the dead and taken to court, this Unfinished could nev... more
  • Root of All Evil?: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel

    by Ray Keating
    KFUO radio’s “BookTalk”: Ray Keating is a “great novelist.” Do God, politics and money mix? In ROOT OF ALL EVIL? A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL by Ray Keating, the combination can turn out quite deadly. Keating introduced readers to Stephen Grant, a former CIA operative and current parish pastor, in the fun and highly praised WARRIOR MONK: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL. Now, Grant is back in ROOT OF ALL EVIL? It’s a breathtaking thriller involving drug traffickers, politicians, the CIA and FBI, a s... more
  • Warrior Monk: A Pastor Stephen Grant Novel

    by Ray Keating
    KFUO radio’s “BookTalk”: Ray Keating is a “great novelist.” WARRIOR MONK: A PASTOR STEPHEN GRANT NOVEL made "The top 10 self-published books to cross WORLD's desk this year." WORLD magazine (June 29, 2013, issue) looked at more than 100 titles and then came up with a "final list of 10 that display clear writing and storytelling." On WARRIOR MONK, WORLD declared, "The 'warrior monk' in question is an ex-CIA agent who settled into life as a ... Lutheran pastor, saving lives and taking care of bad ... more
  • Light Out of Darkness

    by Donna Wichelman
    A prestigious art exhibition turns into a horrific spectacle when a murder sends Art Curator Jamie Holbrooke and Professor Alessandro Marianni on a hunt for a highly coveted stolen painting. Jamie's painful past follow her to Italy when an assailant, who looks like her dead brother, presses a mysterious riddle into her hand. Soon she discovers that her long-time paragon Dr. Marianni may be linked to the enigmatic riddle. Intrigued by her questions, Alessadndro's response must wait when their ... more
  • The Battle of Jericho

    by Walter Marks
    When a disembodied foot is washed up on the beach, East Hampton Detective Jericho is ,joined by rookie cop Maria Cruz. This grotesque discovery leads them on a twisty and violent investigation, involving a possible serial killer, sex trafficking, Russian mobsters, and the conflict between rich Hamptonites and undocumented immigrants. This is the sequel of "Death Hampton", introducing Detective Jericho.
  • Americans Bombing Paris

    by Thomas Bartlett
    Americans Bombing Paris is a classic romantic thriller skewered with humour and geopolitics. An intoxicating mix of food, lust, Paris and misguided youth. For Johnny and Naya trouble was unavoidable and in truth they never tried to avoid it. Humour, war and love entangle as Paris gets bombed and four lives come together and fall apart. Paris October 2002, the Americans are going into Iraq and the French are acting all ornery. Irish Johnny and his English and American friends indulge in person... more
  • The vagabond and malign

    by Jay Spice
    Happiness is inevitably impossible, it is only temporary. Newspapers have been informing the public that a BTK killer is still on the loose. Meanwhile, word on the street is that the number of cyanide poisonings is on the rise. No one really knows or even cares what is going on behind the scenes—except for the offender and their chosen victim. Abel Allan and Lavinia Shepard have been living two separate lives killing people as they saw fit thanks to each of their illegitimate parent. Once they e... more
  • The Touch of a Shadow

    by Cheri Vause
    Just as Esther Charlemagne has discovered happiness with her partner and now husband, Aiden ‘Mac’ McManus, a grisly killer from a murder case which the couple worked five years earlier, in 1959, returns to threaten her. For their own protection, the FBI flies Esther and Mac, together with others involved in the case to a remote safe house and Esther is forced to face what happened on that fateful day, five years ago. Although it’s the last thing she wants to do, she finds herself recalling every... more
  • The Night Shadow

    by Cheri Vause
    The first four years of the 1960s have been filled with tragedy and violence for Esther Charlemagne; divorce from her abusive, alcoholic husband, the death of her thirteen year-old son, the assassination of President Kennedy, and her battle with breast cancer. None of these events, however, have prepared her for the investigation of her life, into the circumstantial death of a talented young ballet dancer, killed in a mysterious fire. Teamed with her former partner on the New York City Police, A... more
  • The Truth and Nothing but Lies

    by Cheri Vause
    Special Agent in Charge, Grantham "Grant" Greene has become disillusioned with his job and his role within the FBI, despite being promoted due to his intuitive investigative skills. Working out of the Portland office, he's charged with leading the hunt for a bomber who seems to be targeting Women's clinics in Oregon and Washington. With pressures from his boss and his ambitious father, Grant becomes even more discouraged as he works his way through the mire of evidence. His discovery of the acti... more

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