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    by Andrew Ceroni
    It is the biggest of America’s big secrets… MERIDIAN, the deepest black and most intensely protected program since the Atom Bomb. The MERIDIAN program contains the furthest leading edge of weapons technology and with origins more profoundly startling than the technology itself. Governments will stop at nothing to get it. Laszlo Csengerny, a Russian-controlled spy, a man haunted by demons from his past, has uncovered the key to destroying the program. In this prequel to SNOW MEN, CIA agen... more
  • Web of Destruction

    by Gippy (aka Georgia) Adams Henry
    The book opens with Dana Donato, the protagonist, kidnapped in a parking garage. Throughout the book, this international artist is stalked by the kidnapper, but Dana keeps this part of her life secret from her fiance. When those close to her begin to die at the hands of her stalker, to save her seventeen-year-old son she finally tells all. But, do the detectives have the right man in custody? DNA says yes, but Dana tells them no--he is still out there somewhere. As another friend of hers is murd... more
  • Tipping Point

    by Tomas Byrne
    Ex-US State Department terrorism analyst, Joe Hawkins, and ex-MI6 psychiatrist, Kate Farrow, are whistleblowers wanted by the US and UK authorities—wanted for divulging information relating to a corrupt arms-for-oil deal. Exiled from their homelands, separated from the people they once knew, they are hunted and on the run. When Joe and Kate learn of the mysterious events unfolding at the headquarters of a prominent environmental group, they know it’s their last chance to fight back. Their jou... more
  • Road Lessons with Savanna

    by Michael Seidel

    Doors exist in Studs' mind. They stay shut. That's good; they frighten him, or what's behind them frightens him. But he wants to learn. Savanna is there to help. That's good, except she died over a year before. She'd only existed in his head, until now. Her growing presence terrifies him. He fears for his sanity. Meanwhile, there is a murder to solve, and a killer after him. The sequel to Life Lessons with Savanna.

  • The Day and The Hour

    by Presley Acuna
    In the year 2020, a Christ-like figure grows in power and influence, challenging human institutions and the geo-political balance. Only a doubting priest and a secret hidden by the Vatican for millennia can stop him.
  • Life Lessons with Savanna

    by Michael Seidel
    Studs is a computer genius. Home schooled by his grandparents, he's a socially awkward person who burrows into solitude and isolation when he's upset. Savanna is his girlfriend, or was, until her death. Now, trying to dig himself out of grief, Studs sets out on a road trip to become the person she thought he could be and heads to a small town in southern Oregon. The first problem is that he finds Alice, a woo-woo girl, dead in the Y parking lot in the early morning winter hours. The second probl... more
  • April Cruel

    by Katherine H. Burkman
    Set in the 1970s at a small college in Pennsylvania, April Cruel proves T. S. Eliot right: “April is the cruellest month.” When the rigid and rather unpleasant Professor, Erica Berne, discovers that her fiancé has been murdered, she not only is grief-stricken, but she also becomes the victim of several murder attempts that misfire and kill or harm others. Two young professors in the English Department, Jim Strand and David Stein, attempt to uncover the perpetrator of the crimes, along with one o... more
  • The Women of Harrington Hall

    by Andrew Maeda
    Harrington Hall at Beaumont University might have been any other women’s residence hall at an institution of higher learning. The women who lived in Harrington Hall might have been any other coeds at a prominent university—and most of them did follow the typical pattern, attending classes, gathering at social functions, making new friends, and relishing the freedom of living away from home. For others, however, the college experience was not at all what they anticipated it would be. Heather fall... more
  • Death and Dark Money (Sabel Security #4)

    by Seeley James
    Is Jacob mad or does he really talk to an unemployed god? He was a killing machine for the Army until he started listening to Mercury, winged messenger of the Roman gods; now his mental health is in question. When Pia Sabel asks about a $20 million overpayment from an Arab Prince, teams of assassins descend on her meetings. Together they must take down the billionaires intent on influencing American elections. A political controversy ripped from today's headlines that asks, "Would you ta... more
  • Who Killed Little Johnny Gill?: A Victorian True Crime Murder Mystery

    by Kathryn McMaster
    He's just seven years old. He's your son. You wave goodbye to him one morning as he disappears into the swirling fog. And then he is gone. Forever. This gripping historical crime fiction novel, based on fact, is set in Bradford, England,1888. It explores the horrific murder of Johnny Gill; a murder and mutilation so gruesome, it stuns a nation. Even hardened detectives are affected by its savagery, swiftly comparing it to the work of Jack the Ripper. "Who Killed Little Johnny Gill?" is ... more
  • Trapped in a Hall of Mirrors: How the Luckiest Man in the World Became a Spy

    by Michael Connick
    A cold war espionage novel that follows Stephen Connor in his early career in the intelligence community. After first working for the NSA, he is transfered to the CIA and sent to pre-revolutionary Iran and Vienna, Austria. In Austria he transitions from a technical role in the Agency into a covert intelligence officer. Along the way he encounters KGB moles, an East German seductress, and is targeted by a psychopathic killer.

    by Allan Hansford
    WARNING: Some readers may be disturbed by the macabre, the sexually explicit scenes and/or language. This is not a book for the faint-hearted. There is no name for what Francis Ashford suffers from; the closest psychologists could come to was Psychopathia Sexualis— but not exactly... Francis Ashford, highly intelligent age thirteen, commits a despicable crime and absconds wearing his mother’s clothing. Initially, he successfully passes off as a female calling himself Frances. When c... more
  • Said the Fly

    by Laurie Taylor

    On a remote Spanish island near the African coast, a young scientist, Epiphany Jerome, is looking for a rare beetle. Instead, she finds a body on an empty beach with a knife sticking out from its back. 

    It's not just another tourist. It's the daughter of Epiphany's landlady and the single mother of an 11-year old girl devoted to Epiphany's small dog, Mostly. As a forensic entomologist trained in the language of insects, Epiphany can tell the police more about t... more

  • The Legacy of Izaak Wolf

    by Alan A. Winter
    "The Legacy of Izaak Wolf" is about the recently widowed Michaela Wolf and the tsunami of woes she and her children face when her sisters-in-law sue to claw back the family assets she will soon inherit. Having settled the bitter dispute and thinking herself rid of them, imagine Michaela's horror when her sisters-in-law hold her hostage in order to force her teenage son – who suffers from Asperger's Syndrome – to journey to Zurich to retrieve a treasure his grandfather hid from the Nazis. Nin... more
  • Shattered by Death

    by Catherine Finger
    After Chief of Police Josie Oliver’s abusive soon-to-be-ex-husband had an affair with another woman, she could have murdered them—but when someone does, Jo becomes the prime suspect. Teaming up with old flame and FBI agent Nick Vitarello to hunt a serial killer who is framing her for murder, her fledgling faith in God and man is severely tested. The situation escalates when Nick declares his love for her—but his loyalty comes under fire. As the manhunt heats up, the only thing Jo is sure of is t... more
  • Liszt's Dante Symphony

    by Rich DiSilvio
    Liszt’s Dante Symphony is an enigmatic tale of ingenious ciphers, covert spy rings and murder amid the turbulent rise of Bismarck’s Prussia, which leads to Hitler’s infernal Third Reich.