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  • Death on Lake Michigan

    by Steven Arnett
    Death on Lake Michigan is a mystery set in a glamorous town on the shore of Lake Michigan in the summer of ’73. Mike O’Brien, once the crusading editor of the Michigan State News, now the assistant editor of the Gull Haven Observer, becomes obsessed with solving the murder of Rich Mallon, one of the most notorious and well-known summer citizens of Gull Haven—and finds love in the process.
  • Deadly Occupation

    by Suzanne Adair
    A wayward wife, a weapons trafficker, and a woman with “second sight”—it’s a puzzle that would have daunted any investigator. But Michael Stoddard wasn’t just any investigator. Late January 1781, in coastal North Carolina, patriots flee before the approach of the Eighty-Second Regiment, leaving behind defenseless civilians to surrender the town of Wilmington to the Crown. The regiment’s commander assigns Lieutenant Michael Stoddard the tasks of tracking down a missing woman and probing into t... more
  • The Tollbooth in the Labyrinth

    by Kim Ekemar
    The final book in the Callaghan Tetralogy series: Chased across the world by police and criminals alike, Matthias Callaghan eludes them all by hiding in Australia. With his girlfriend Samantha, he starts a new life in the belief that he hasn’t left traces behind allowing Interpol, the Russian Mafia and a London gangster named Flint to find him. Six months later he finds out that he’s wrong. \tOnce again on the run, he and Samantha escapes to a distant island where they try to come to grips ... more
  • The Quarry at the Crossroads

    by Kim Ekemar
    The third book in the Callaghan Tetralogy series: When he’s taken in for questioning by the police, Matthias Callaghan is faced with two options: to maintain the identity he has been obliged to adopt or to reveal his real one. For different reasons, in either case he risks going to prison and losing a fortune. \tCallaghan realises that he must flee Europe and decides to start a new life in Australia. After selling off everything he owns, he travels to USA to shake off any pursuers. Unknown ... more
  • Where the Bones of a Buried Rat Lie

    by Kim Ekemar

    The second book in the Callaghan Tetralogy series: After a second full face transplant Matthias Callaghan eases into a different life together with his new girlfriend Samantha. Not until too late does he realise that the Metropolitan police, the Russian Mafia’s legal adviser, a London gangster boss and a group of swindled octogenarian ladies are trying to locate him. His ex-wife suddenly appears and makes his life even trickier. Then his former business partner gets out of prison, and C... more

  • The Lost Identity Casualties

    by Kim Ekemar

    The first book in the Callaghan Tetralogy series:

    Coming out of a coma, Matthias Callaghan finds himself tied to a hospital bed, wrapped in bandages and suffering from amnesia. As he gradually recovers his memories, Callaghan discovers that he – in a case of mistaken identity – has been mutilated and subject to a full face transplant while being comatose. 

        After being released from the hospital Callaghan spends months in... more

  • The Fury of Blacky Jaguar (One Eye Press Singles)

    by Angel Luis Colon
    Blacky Jaguar – ex-IRA hard man, devoted greaser, and overall hooligan, is furious. Someone’s made off with Polly, his 1959 Plymouth Fury, and there’s not much that can stop him from getting her back. It doesn t take him to long to get a name, Osito, the Little Bear. This career bastard has Polly in his clutches, and Blacky doesn’t have long until she’s a memory. The sudden burst of righteous violence gets the attention of Special Agent Linda Chen, FBI pariah and Blacky’s former flame. Linda’... more
  • Over My Dead Body

    by Bruce A. Borders
    When the director of Child Protective Services uses his position to exact a personal vendetta in removing three-year-old Ashley from the Blake’s home, Jeff Blake, a financial advisor, responds to the threats in the only way he feels he can – violently. By the end of the short encounter, three people are dead and Ashley, the daughter, is still taken and placed in temporary foster care, so the tragic fiasco gained Jeff nothing. Matters are further complicated when Amy, the wife and mother, winds u... more
  • Grullock

    by R.L. Pawlowski

    For hundreds of years, the Blue Ridge Forest remained silent until just recently. It started with something only the insects underground could feel. As it grew stronger, the birds became aware as they perched in the trees for the night. One day, someone noticed smoke rising from the old ancient granite peak of the Blue Ridge Mountain. Then one early morning hour, something was felt, but it happened quick with one deep, ear-splitting sound. The sound was deafening. Loud enough to be heard all ... more

  • A Light in the Darkness

    by Kevin E. Hatt
    Unfortunate in life and unlucky in love, the mysterious Haszard is intrigued by the death of an acquaintance at the local hospital, in which he works. Suspicious about the circumstances, he begins to look into the matter, meeting the woman of his dreams along the way. After joining forces with a local businessman, he speaks to a number of people, discovering irregularities in the life of the murdered woman. As he makes progress, he realises that the key to the matter lies in the dark and murky ... more
  • Marzena: Transhuman Ambrosia

    by Katrine Martel
    Famous scientist Anika von Bremen (the woman who cracked the hard problem of consciousness) narrates tales of her old friend, Marzena (aka Marian), a woman at the head of a clandestine spy organization based in DC. The year is 2033, and Cold War II is hot firing with every economical and political canon at its disposal. Only two things can put an end to it all, advanced psychological warfare, and cutting-edge neurosurgery.
  • Thirst

    by Katherine Prairie

    Deep in a Columbia River valley rocked by violence and tightly controlled by a U.S.-Canada military force, geologist Alex Graham is on the hunt for silver. Her plans are derailed when she joins the search for a suspected toxic spill as the victim count rises. But the lethal contamination is no accident.

  • How could they lie

    by francesca banyard
  • Free of Malice

    by Liz Lazarus
    Laura Holland awakes in the middle of the night to see a stranger standing in her bedroom doorway. She manages to defend herself from the would-be rapist, though he threatens to return as he retreats. Traumatized with recurring nightmares, Laura seeks therapy and is exposed to a unique treatment called EMDR. She also seeks self-protection—buying a gun against the wishes of her husband. When Laura learns she could have gone to prison had she shot her fleeing assailant, she decides to write a hyp... more
  • Spilled Milk

    by Paul Dale Anderson
    Yesterday Twin Rivers was the safest of all Chicago suburbs. Today it is the most dangerous. Four years ago Megan Williams was raped. Today she is a serial killer who castrates her victims before letting them bleed out. Police haven’t found the four men who raped and mutilated Megan’s body with hunting knives, and they aren’t even looking anymore. There are too many other rapes and murders to investigate. Only Megan’s sister, Susan, and 70-year-old investigative reporter Rodney Engleworth appear... more
  • High-Caliber Concealer

    by Bethany Maines
    Carrie Mae might look like an organization of nice young ladies who sell make-up, but a few know the truth – they are an international espionage agency dedicated to helping women everywhere. And Nikki Lanier is a top level Carrie Mae agent with everything under control – except her life. Nikki just wants a quiet vacation on her grandmother’s farm. But her visit is complicated by dangerous drug smugglers, the childhood sweetheart who broke her heart, and the sudden arrival of not only her mother ... more