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  • One Drop of Blood

    by Thomas Holland
  • The Entrepreneur

    by Louise Worthington
    One million pounds. Five contestants. A killer among them. Five strangers are brought together on a reality TV show, The Entrepreneur, to win a cash prize that could change their lives forever. When the five contestants move into a remote house and filming begins, their business plans are unveiled. But when one contestant wins a task by selling murderabilia, it sets in motion a chain of events that will test the sanity of each contender and put them all in danger. When one of the parti... more
  • Rachel's Garden

    by Louise Worthington
    Can something so perfect really be poisonous? When Rachel and her husband Adam move to Maple Cottage in remote Cheshire, it should be the fulfilment of their dream to start a family. Haunted by her past and challenged by events around her, Rachel finds that her home is not the sanctuary she envisaged–and neither is her marriage. Adam’s temper rages when he discovers he is infertile. She seeks solace in the arms of her gardener and falls pregnant. Dreams become reality—and a garden grows, ... more
  • Dr Glass

    by Louise Worthington
    Clinical psychologist Dr Emma-Jane Glass falls for her captor when the roles of client and therapist are reversed in a psychologically layered story of revenge and grief. Is it a case of Stockholm Syndrome, or something else? When Dr Emma-Jane Glass’ interview on local radio is deemed to be sympathetic towards a mother’s actions to kill herself and young child, Drew Rogers hatches a plan to teach the psychologist a thing or two about being left behind as a spouse. Abducted and held captive in a... more
  • Willow Weeps

    by Louise Worthington
    A secret is a lie in the making. A divorcee and his young daughter. The promise of a new life - together as a family in a flash apartment in a historic building. A fresh start – or the key to a nightmare? Who will Willow believe – a young offender, or the love of her life? Page-turning and emotional, Willow Weeps is the gripping new psychological suspense novel from the author of the bestseller, Rachel's Garden. 'Fleur rated it it was amazing. A fantastically written, intriguing boo... more
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  • The Source

    by Ari Magnusson
    In THE SOURCE, Thomas—twenty-something, single, and disillusioned with his career in finance—quits his Wall Street job and goes to Rome to visit his Uncle Willsley, who makes his living recovering stolen art. Thomas’s hope for a new direction by joining his uncle’s business evaporates when he sees his ramshackle gallery, but his disappointment is assuaged when he meets Willsley’s stunning assistant, Arianna. His attempts to impress her, however, fall flat. When the trio discover a mysterious man... more
  • Gotcha

    by Tom Lytes
    On islands off the coast of South Carolina, sisters Rainey and Gretchen go their separate ways. Gretchen disappears into a drug-addled underworld headed by Garrison Buchan, a sinister figure who hides his illegal activities behind a tree farm and an alligator sanctuary. Rainey, distracted by the upcoming sale of her app "Gotcha" to an anonymous investor with dubious plans for the company, lets her go. But when a suspicious car crash drags the sisters back together, they are on their way to ex... more
  • Lendercide

    by Allen Madding
    Whose turn will it be next? In her work as a loan processor at Sunshine City Bank in Saint Petersburg, Colleen Smithwick has always found it hard to cope with the increasing pressures of work–suffering myopic and tyrannical loan officers while grinding through unreasonable deadlines. She plays the part of a committed wife well, but a restlessness weighs heavy on her mind. When murders of two high-officials rock the bank, Colleen becomes enamored with the lead detective investigating the case. ... more
  • The Second Chinese Revolution

    by Ted Halstead
    China’s President faces many problems. Some, like conflict at the Indian border and in the South China Sea he created for himself. Others, like pending disasters at the Three Gorges Dam and China’s oldest nuclear plant, just happened. But the biggest threat to Communist rule is revolutionaries with Internet access through American satellites. Access that lets them spread propaganda, organize free of government surveillance, and launch cyberattacks. Four deniable Russian agents will travel to A... more
  • A Cold Copper Moon

    by Richard Conrath
    In A Cold Copper Moon, the third book in The Cooper Mystery Series, Cooper, a private investigator desperate to find his son, now eight years missing, has dreams about his son's kidnapping—are they real or are they just part of his nightmares? In the meantime, a client, Cynthia Hayward, has hired Cooper to find her father, missing since Thanksgiving. She hires him because, "Well, I hear you're good at finding missing people," she told him. And he is. "Yeah, except for f... more
  • The Girl They Took

    by Leslie Wolfe

    Where her daughter had played Gretel in front of a cheering audience, only two faint stage lights remained. The theater was deserted and eerily silent; the only sound she could hear was her own heart, pounding in a frenzy against her chest. She rushed outside and stopped sharply at the top of the stairs, stunned, her blood turned to icicles. Darkness had fallen, thick and filled with ocean mist, lampposts like ghosts sprinkling yellow haloes in the sky.

    Paige was gone. They... more

  • Secrets Mothers Keep

    by Anya Mora

    On Friday night in the clay fields of Bethel Creek, seventeen-year-old Daniel Reyes is found brutally attacked and left for dead.  On Saturday morning, Cora Maxwell finds her teenage son’s clothes covered in blood. A small town torn apart by a horrific hate crime.  An investigative reporter hell bent on finding the truth.  A mother’s worst nightmare.

    A small town torn apart by a horrific hate crime.
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  • Influenced

    by Eva Robinson

    A psychologist shouldn't be losing her mind, but Hannah is anyway. She needs a new job and lots of sleep—fast. Desperate for a change of fortunes, she contrives a meeting with her former classmate. As a student at Harvard, Rowan became famous on Instagram by chronicling a glamorous life.

    The two women soon form an obsessive friendship, and Hannah is drawn into a privileged new world. But when a garden party takes a shocking turn, Hannah and Rowan find themselves suspected of m... more

  • Midnight Black (Revised and Expanded)

    by r. j. eastwood
    “When plunder becomes a way of life for men, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it." Frederic Bastiat, French Economist. 1801-1850 Fifteen years following his imprisonment for committing a brutal revenge murder, former top DEA Agent Billy Russell is paroled five-years early to a world controlled by autocratic billionaires. Armed only with his wits, Billy returns to find a society fighting for its very survival a... more
  • 978-1684336111

    by Avery Jenkins

    Aging gray market dealer Asa Cire may not know exactly who he is or why he’s here, but he does know one thing: He’s going to find the murderer of the teenage girl haunting his visions, regardless of the cost.

    Aided by Buddhist adept Tanya Ito and street-smart Neveah Arias, Asa tries to unravel the mystery surrounding the decades-old murder. His only leads are a small town drug dealer and a stolen manuscript that nobody can decipher.

    Stalked by a Chinese mob that wants ... more

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