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  • The Olympus Killer

    by Luke Christodoulou
    'EVIL UNDER THE GREEK SUN' If this summer you are thinking of travelling to the majestic, sun kissed Greek Islands, think again. A sadistic killer is on the loose. THE OLYMPUS KILLER... Over the picturesque Greek Islands, bodies are piling up fast. Bodies tortured, mutilated and strangely connected to ancient Greek mythology. Hellenic Police Captain COSTA PAPACOSTA is called in to assist young, top of her year, foul mouth, food loving Cretan, Lieutenant IOLI CARA in solving their most comp... more
  • Glass Eye: Confessions of a Fake Psychic Detective

    by Benjamin Sobieck

    Her psychic powers are fake, but the missing girl she needs to find is real. 

    Zandra is a renowned "psychic" who knows her abilities come from her wits, not anything supernatural. Her skills are put to the ultimate test when the police turn to Zandra after the search for a missing girl goes cold. But there's a catch. The girl's wealthy father was the prime suspect in the unsolved murder of Zandra's husband years ago. 

    Can Zandr... more

  • A Civil Affair

    by Annie Dike
    We all pursue it--that ever-elusive mirage known as happiness. We worry we may never find it but secretly fear it won't satisfy us even if we do. We may just crave the craving instead. For Addie Gray, a sharp, young associate at the large male-dominated firm of Wilkins Rowe in Mobile, Alabama, "it" takes on many forms--sex, drink, work, love. Despite the crippling abuses of her past, or perhaps because of them, Addie finds herself always thirsting for more. Addie's defenses and desires conf... more
  • Where Angels Prey

    by Ramesh Arunachalam
    Where Angels Prey reveals the devastating truths that often lurk behind the good intentions of Wall Street’s interest in India’s poor. Loosely inspired by real life events in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachalam exposes the double-edged sword that emerges when no safeguards are put into place. While the rest of the world reels under a severe financial crisis, India’s microfinance sector enjoys an unprecedented boom. Why on earth are people investing such huge amounts of money in an obscure industry, e... more
  • Dead Men Make the Best Heroes

    by E.Van Johnson
    A spy thriller set against the back drop of the middle east conflict between Israel and the PLO in the 1970's. When Patrick Braun's name appears on an IRA suspect list he comes to the attention of three intelligence services; MI6 in London, The PLO in Damascus and Mossad in Tel Aviv. The action moves swiftly between London, Bahrain, Cyprus, Lebanon, Damascus and Israel with an explosive finish and an unepected twist in the tale.
  • Witness in the Window A Jack Sharp Novel

    by Scott McPherson
    Jack is back! In Witness in The Window, Dr. Jack Sharp faces the greatest challenge of his life. He and his new family may be targets of an old enemy bent on Jack’s destruction. Unable to do much to prevent a possible crime, the detectives face a mystery of their own. They have to stop a series of attacks that have occurred on Lincoln’s bike paths, panicking the community. The answer may be locked inside the mind of a Korean War veteran whose health and memory are declining. Jack and his n... more
  • Recipe For Rage, a suspense novel.

    by Marilyn June Janson, M.S., Ed.
    Twenty-three year old Sandy Samuels is fighting to stay alive. Convinced she has hit a pedestrian, Sandy's life spirals out of control. Without a body, she questions her sanity. Will she ever discover the truth? Who can she trust? Is someone gas lighting her?
  • The Annunciation ISBN 9781490840314 hc

    by Ron Teachworth
    The Annunciation begins in Bucharest during the mid 1990’s. The secret, radical and conservative group, the Piagnoni, prepare their surrogate to assassinate Pope John Paul II. In Florence, Italy, a group of religious students from Detroit have joined an Art Restoration Fellowship at San Marco convent, studying and assisting in the restoration of frescos by the famous painter Fra Angelico. Two young students in the fellowship, seminarian Finn McNelis and Felician sister Olivia Gianetti, fall in ... more
  • Chinese Puzzle

    by T. M. Raymond
    Monica Marshall is a nobody. The fact that she is radiantly beautiful, clever, funny, often brilliant is of no importance. As an Eurasian visiting Shanghai in the 1920s, none of her attributes matter; to whites she's invisible; Asians regard her with contempt. When she's accused of committing an especially gruesome murder, a Caucasian detective steps in as her champion, fighting to prove her innocence. Unfortunately, as the detective's attraction to Monica grows, so does his distrust of her, fue... more
  • Madeleine's Kiss

    by Peter Gilboy
    I didn’t do anything to Madeleine. I’m a noted professor, for God's sake! I helped Madeleine, that’s all. Yes, of course I liked her. How could I not? She was so southern-charming and girlish. Innocent and crazy, and delightful to be with. I know she’s missing now, but I can explain that. I can explain everything. I can even explain the devastating kiss, and what happened right afterward. Even my attorney didn't believe me. But this is story of what really happened to Madeleine.
  • The Lion's Courtship: A Kronberg Mystery (Kronberg Crimes series)

    by Annelie Wendeberg
    London, 1885. Anna Kronberg hides in the city’s most notorious slum, offering medical treatment to prostitutes, beggars, and criminals of all kinds. None of her neighbours knows her true identity, and she makes sure it stays that way. When the Irish thief Garret O’Hare breaks into her home in the dead of the night, bleeding profusely from a gunshot wound and collapsing on her bed, her life begins to take a deadly turn. Prequel to the bestselling Anna Kronberg Thriller series.
  • Death in Vegas

    by Margaret Goodman, MD
    DEATH IN VEGAS SYNOPSIS Medical Suspense/Women's Fiction -124,000 word count DEATH IN VEGAS is the story of high risk, passion, and danger, set in a world where venality and corruption are just under the surface of everyday life. The themes of personal danger and desire intertwine with the boxing life in its glory, and in its darkest hours. And what of redemption? Beautiful and brilliant, thirty-something neurologist Olivia Norris has a coveted research position at the university hospi... more
  • The Intern

    by Dale Wiley
    It's 1995. Capitol Hill Intern Trent finds himself the prime suspect in two murders and a slew of other crimes. Overnight he becomes the most wanted man in America. Trent has to find a way -- any way -- out. He finds a way to hole up at The Watergate on a senator's dime and enlists a comely call girl as his unwitting ally. But with the media eating him alive, he knows he doesn't have long before they catch up with him. Can The Intern find his way out of this mess? From tony clubs in Georgetown... more
  • Without Consent

    by Virginia Degner
    Without Consent spans the world, from a little gold mining town in the mountains of California to the rugged coast of Scotland. This mystery is for readers who like a bit of murder and mayhem mixed in with their romance. Ariel Frazer Houston a Social Worker's life is about to change forever, after bother her step-mother and her husband Morgan, are murdered within a week. It becomes obvious that Ariel is the target. She doesn't realize the killer wants to cover up evidence of an illegal procedure... more
  • The First Lie

    by Virginia King
    Selkie Moon is a woman on the run. In a mad dash for freedom she's escaped her life in Sydney to start over again in Hawaii. But her refuge begins to unravel and she's running from something else entirely. A voice in a dream says that someone is trying to kill her. Not that she's psychic, no way. But the messages and threats escalate until she's locked in a game of cat a mouse with a mysterious stalker. Entangled in Celtic and Hawaiian mythologies, the events become so bizarre and terrifyin... more
  • Interference: The Eternal Reality

    by S. Denice Newton