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  • InSane

    by Jane P. Eris
    In this thriller collection, weave through murder, mirror worlds, broken hearts, a fuzzy death bunny, and deadly earthquakes. InSane features dark humor and twisted stories circling around family, love, and life. No one regrets his birthday present more than spoiled, newly eighteen-year-old Matt. He hopes for a car, and to get into the well-paying family business. But Matt learns the hard way to be careful what you wish for in the dark short, "The Present". Follow brother and sister pranksters... more
  • A Spy in Quarantine

    by Thomas Eglise
    A SPY IN QUARANTINE The coronavirus is deadly. Track and trace did not turn out well for Takis Soulivakis. * A Spy in Quarantine tells the story of two grad students who track the spread of Covid-19 from an infected patient who, unknown to them, is a U.S. spy employed by the CIA. When the grad students published a thesis of their findings — which was written for them by a ghostwriter — they are murdered. The ghostwriter who wrote the article — a dropout named Takis Soulivakis — knows he... more
  • Concrete Clockwork

    by Laura Breck

    Ex-military operative Lottie Nightshade is enjoying civilian life helping her widowed sister raise three teenagers. When a last-minute job interview turns out to be blackmail, her peaceful days are over. Lottie is given two choices, and the least deplorable of them is doing wetwork for an eccentric millionaire.

    Philanthropist Dane Harrington has no option but to blackmail Lottie Nightshade. Dane was contracted to terminate a bomber who threatened to level a new arena in St. Paul, Minnes... more

  • 979-8727437582

    by E.J. Yerzak
    A pharmaceutical giant is on the verge of a revolutionary medical breakthrough. But behind the promising new treatment lurks a dangerous secret that the company will do anything to protect. Lincoln Webber, a renowned cyber professor, is looking forward to some time off to binge on reality TV shows. But when he finds his apartment under surveillance, he soon discovers he is caught in a web of national security, espionage, and deceit. A cyber sleuth in a high-stakes pursuit, used to dealing in bit... more
  • Key Man

    by Allen Huffstutter
    Being stymied by a murder investigation that’s going nowhere is bad enough. Now, Sam and Ski, L.A. Detectives, are being hounded by Kate Newberry, who wants the two investigators to get to the bottom of her grandfather’s seemingly unrelated murder. Reluctantly, this unlikely trio follows an expanding, bi-coastal trail that leads to dozens of potentially related murders with a common how. Eventually, the why becomes clear. Frantic, can they connect all of the dots in time to determine who’s next?
  • In a Black Monk Funk: A Paranormal Cozy Mystery

    by Gloria Lesher
    A magician, his ranch guests, and the supernatural “Black Monk” are all after a scroll with occult power. One of them murdered a U.S. Customs agent to get it. When retired professor Blythe Golightly’s pastime—paranormal research—uncovers too many secrets, she finds herself the killer’s next target! Based on Anton Chekhov’s classic tale, “The Black Monk,” this Gothic-flavored cozy mystery explores Jewish and Christian lore from the Book of the Watchers.
  • The Skinny on the Jinni: A Paranormal Cozy Mystery

    by Gloria Lesher
    A Saudi billionaire is murdered in his American ex-wife’s ski resort mansion. When his teen daughter begs retired professor-turned-paranormal researcher Blythe Golightly to prove her mother innocent—and to banish a jinni—Blythe can’t say no. MURDER, SHE WROTE meets THE X-FILES in this tribute to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s tale, “Rappaccini’s Daughter.”
  • Pickoff: A Novel

    by GP Hutchinson

    A ballplayer. A diva. The mob. Trouble, 1920s style.

    It's 1927, the year Babe Ruth clouts an unprecedented 60 home runs. Over in the National League, Joe Rath has just lost his spot as starting catcher for the Baltimore Beacons. The team's front office believes their club, too, needs a bona fide slugger, one they've found in their new backstop, Frank Walsh. Determined to prove his worth to the Beacons, as well as to his dissatisfied young wife, Rath boards a... more

  • The Young Widow's Trauma

    by James McGovern

    The therapists at a new psychiatric clinic struggle to understand the violence that follows a strange young woman.

  • Blind Vision

    by Nina Blakeman
    If Hollywood wanted to entrance movie goers with small-town America, the ticketholder could rest assured that the hamlet would model such a place as Sperling, Texas. Just shy of twelve-thousand people, it possesses a charm of a by-gone era. The fact that the bubbly Callie hails from such a Rockwellesque burg is a surprise to no one. Callie Wallace met Richard Cortez in medical school, and they’ve come back to her hometown to set-up their neurology practice. When there’s a suspicious death of a h... more
  • 35

    35 opens with Scott Deluca on death row for confessing to the murder of his wife. Twenty-three years earlier he was recruited and trained as a contract killer by a secret organization whose mission was to rid the world of child molesters, sex traffickers, cartel bosses, and other purveyors of human misery. Hours before his execution an old friend visits him and offers him a chance to get out of jail; earn two million dollars and take on a new identity. All he has to do is complete one last mis... more
  • Weston-super-Nightmare: A Hellbent Riff Raff Thriller

    by John Bowie
    ‘Bristol builders vs Cockney gangsters.’ Weston-super-Nightmare, the first in the Hellbent Riff Raff Thriller series. Bristol builders v Cockney gangsters: a gritty pulp noir and part crime-comedy. Beneath this surface, there’s strong role model women, transgenderism, complicated family issues and poetry. It’s a modern-day dirty-real Western…set in Weston, U.K. With pirates and Vikings war goddesses’.
  • The Fallen in Soura Heights

    by Amanda Jaeger
    Fey Anderson has always dreamt about escaping the crowded streets of Saint Paign. Soura Heights appears to be the picture-perfect place to run to: A place where the sun is always shining, the people are welcoming, and the quirky charm of every locally owned store feels like home. She never expected her move there to be forced upon her. But when her husband, Bruce, goes missing, her deepest fear becomes reality and determination drives her to drop city living and find the truth behind his deat... more
  • Whisper of Hope

    by J.B. Millhollin
    When Hope Whitmore's four-year old son becomes the subject of a custody battle, she quickly realizes she is in the fight of her life. Hope would accept nothing less than complete and total custody. She desperately needed an attorney to represent her interests in the looming battle, but more than that she needed an attorney she could depend on to win. Nashville trial attorney David Brenden, came highly recommended and after meeting with him he agreed to represent her interests. Unfortunately, ... more
  • To Hide from a Northern Wind: Spencer Creek (Book)

    by J.B. Millhollin
    In 1875, Clem Jenkins purchased a farm along the banks of Spencer Creek, just outside the town of Lebanon, Tennessee. The property bordered the farm of George Masters, and, at least initially, the relationship between the two families, remained cordial. What started as a disagreement concerning the withdrawal of water from the creek, soon extended to any conversation between the two men. Clem achieved his desired result with force, using either his .45, or some other strong-arm method.... more
  • To Hide From a Northern Wind: Nashville Divided

    by J.B. Millhollin
    The war between both families during the early twentieth century, explodes, fueled by murder and moonshine. Back and forth they played their deadly game, with first one family assuming the role of antagonist and the other protagonist, then reversing their roles for the next confrontation. Even though both of the founding fathers of the Jenkins family and the Masters family were now gone, their absence only seemed to help fuel the animosity between remaining family members. Whether at a church so... more