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  • A Quantum Alibi

    by Liam Fialkov
    The professor was seen at the crime scene shortly after giving a lecture on the other side of the country. Did he use the laws of nature to commit an impossible murder? When the FBI arrested Professor Eldridge for the murder of his archrival, they relied primarily on eyewitnesses’ accounts and a security camera. The professor had been on the other side of the country when the murder took place, where he gave a lecture to hundreds of students. Or was he? A revered Native American healer and... more
  • The Girls of Webber

    by Robert G. Griffin
    Four high school girls from the same small town have disappeared without a trace over the past several years. One of the girls is the niece of a sitting US Senator. Political pressure forces the F.B.I. into taking a drastic measure. They convince disgraced former Agent Andrew O'Neil into coming out of an unceremonious retirement for help with the case. Fellow agents who had worked alongside him considered his incredible ability to catch serial killers to be supernatural. O'Neil is partnered with... more
  • Mother's Bones

    by Dan Bilodeau
    Inspired by true events, this is the story of Dale Chabot, who is searching for his mother who disappeared from his home town 30 years ago. After receiving a late-night phone call from his frantic sister who tells him that a stranger recently revealed to her the identities of those responsible for their mother’s disappearance, he returns home, determined to sacrifice all, if necessary, in a search for the truth. However, by doing so, he triggers a calamitous series of violent events that will le... more
  • Smith 1

    by Timothy London
    Stephen Smith is a translator. He is also trained to kill and hurt. Employed by a private security company owned by two brothers with a grotesque sense of humour, he goes out to the highest bidder. After a particularly gruesome event pricks his conscience Smith has a break down and is imprisoned ‘for his health’. The brothers disagree about what to do with him. One of them wants him dead. The other likes the idea of keeping him alive, to annoy his brother. After a failed attempt on his life Smit... more
  • Where Angels Fall: The Noir Collective

    by John Bowie
    Welcome to The Noir Collective: Where Angels Fall; inside you'll find three dark, gritty tales. Twist Of The Blade - MJ Newman A standalone self-contained short story set within the world of The Crime Syndicate series. After fleeing south of the border from Glasgow, Malkie Thompson and his crew have established a base in the Midlands. Business is good, but this ain’t the time to get complacent. Malkie’s gotta cover all the bases. The year is 1994, location HMP Winson Green, Birmingha... more
  • Falling into Magic : Destiny Falls Mystery & Magic Series Book 1

    by Elizabeth Pantley
    An accidental journey through a magic mirror. A portal to an enchanted land. A mysterious family she never knew she had. Hayden's life is upended with the wonder of Destiny Falls. But it is tainted by the danger that brought her here and that threatens her newfound family. Can Hayden and her sassy sidekick remove the threat, so that she can begin her magical new life in this captivating world?
  • Legacy of Evil

    by Ed Marohn
    Legacy of Evil, by Ed Marohn, is the second novel in the action-adventure series about Psychologist John Moore, who works for the CIA. He finds himself in the middle of a “factions war” between the present second-in-command of the CIA, James Woodruff, and a rival connected to the neo-Nazis, who will stop at nothing to unseat him. Woodruff sends Moore to Holland and Germany to help expose any neo-Nazis who had infiltrated the CIA. In the process, he meets with former members of the Baader-Mein... more
  • Divided We Fall

    by Carl Berryman
    What will the American people do when tyranny and political correctness become the law of the land? Where are the George Washington's and Benjamin Franklins that we need today? Liberal leftist educators deliberately ignore the tyranny of the increasingly socialist movement of government under the guise of political correctness. What freedoms are we willing to surrender? Who of our youth are willing to serve in the armed forces? Politicians continue to consolidate political power in their h... more
  • Mystery of the Purple Roses

    by Kevin S. Giles
    Through the summer of 1954 in Butte, Montana, a series of curious murders haunt Kieran “Red” Maguire, crime reporter for the Bugle newspaper. They appear to have nothing in common except for a purple rose placed on each victim. Red and his hard-nosed crime-fighting accomplice, cop Harold “Duke” Ferndale, struggle to solve a chilling mystery that terrifies residents of the Mining City. Red, a love-deprived but handsome Irishman, encounters adoring women, bare-knuckle criminals, outrageous charact... more
  • 978-1838391102

    by V. A. Rudys
    Ethan Page had it all: a respectable job, loving friends, and a beautiful apartment - the envy of all his friends. He was madly in love with his wife, Jodie - until he discovered the price she demanded for engineering his perfect life.
  • I Drew Him from the Water

    by Cecile Long
    Marissa has led the life of a successful news anchor for ET News in Rameses, Egypt for about five years now. All was going well for this reporter until Moses came to town. Upon his arrival, she felt a stirring, a dissatisfaction, trouble in her soul. A stranger by the name of Moses has shown up recently in Goshen, Egypt. Is this the Moses of old, the one who committed murder and ran? Assigned to do a documentary on Moses, Marissa plans on receiving her coveted Emmy. If only she had used her rep... more
  • Death Count

    by SL Beaumont

    Can a conspiracy be uncovered before the Death Count rises? Forensic accountant Kat Munro fights corporate fraud during the day and kickboxes her demons at night while trying to ignore the nightmares that have plagued her since a car accident changed her life forever. DS Adam Jackson is haunted by the mysterious disappearance of a friend two years ago. When the partner of a successful London Investment fund dies in suspicious circumstances, Kat joins forces with Adam to investigate the firm. ... more

  • The Agency: Reviving Resurrection

    by Ana'Gia Wright
    A former terminator for The Agency, G swore off killing people when he married the love of his life. He kept his word until his eldest son, Marius, goes missing and a past partner shows up on his doorstep with a message: move your family now. Agency top officials have been compromised, and word around is someone is trying to revive Resurrection, a top-secret cloning project that never should have been. G and his comrades are sucked back into a world of deception where the only people they can tr... more
  • Desperate Search: An American Family Faces the Horrors of Transnational Human Trafficking

    by Barbara Teal
    As Melanie Carson and Kim Foster board their flight in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, bound for Paris, France, they are giddy with excitement to be on their first international adventure-studying at the Sorbonne. They could never have imagined the horror which will confront them only weeks into their Parisienne adventure. When Melanie disappears from her room one night, Inspector Pierre Dubois is called in to investigate. His sharp instincts and experience, after a brief investigation, tell him she didn'... more
  • Masks, Mayhem and Murder

    by Kevin S. Giles
    In the winter of 1954-55, Red Maguire uncovers a new scoop for the Butte Bugle. Men wearing children’s Halloween masks demand ever-ballooning payoffs from honest business owners. Secrets behind the masks promise even more danger for the legendary mining city of Butte. As the mystery unfolds, Red and his best source for crime news, police captain Harold “Duke” Ferndale, investigate a miners’ union led by a surly giant. Red soon finds himself in the middle of murder. This novel, written in the ‘pu... more
  • Words Kill

    by David Myles Robinson
    Famed reporter Russell Blaze is dead. It appears to be an accident, but after Russ’s funeral, his son, Cody, finds a letter in which his father explains that the death may have been murder. It directs Cody to Russ’s unfinished memoir for clues as to what may have happened. The opening words are: On the night of October 16, 1968, I uttered a sentence that would haunt me for the rest of my life. The sentence was, “Someone should kill that motherfucker.” As Cody delves into the memoir, a window ... more