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  • The Apocalypse Men

    by John Cheney

    "We know the state of the world, we know its history, and most of all, what it will be!" With these chilling words, a new terrorist group sets off a series of horrifying attacks, claiming they are destined to fulfill prophecy from the Book of Revelation. CIA analyst Kyle Ferguson and American intelligence must decipher the group's messages to stop them before it's too late. But as the attacks escalate, Kyle discovers he alone may hold the key to stopping the Apocalypse Men. ... more

  • The Pegasus Project

    by Flynn Falcone

    In the near future, America is a shadow of its former glory. But for button-down banker George Winston, the only question is: What the hell is going on this morning? Suddenly, he can barely recognize his wife, daughters, and colleagues. Not even his doctor is his doctor. What’s more, George is about to discover that the road to freedom is fraught with many perils… It starts with abrupt, violent headaches and disturbing mental images leading to blackouts and confusion. Things get ... more

  • The Big Lead, A Stella Reynolds Mystery

    by Libby Kirsch
    Stella Reynolds is new to the job, new to the state, and new to making mistakes in front of thousands of people, but that’s exactly what she signs up for when she takes a reporting job in Bozeman, Montana. Being on live TV in a small town has never been so funny, until Stella covers the towns first murders in years. When the prime suspect’s girlfriend enlists Stella to help clear his name, she uncovers another shocking crime that could expose a handful of powerful insiders. Who is honest, who ... more
  • Høney Rider: A Nøvel

    When Henry Nighteen wakes in a hospital to discover that his sweetheart is dead, he must write his way out of a maze of drug addiction and amnesia to clear his name. Writing 275 clues that lead him down an increasingly uncertain path into the American Midwest, Henry attempts to organize his tragic memoir and reconcile the truth.
  • Soundscape

    by Royce Flippin
    As the summer of 2024 is drawing to a close, all 26-year-old Blake Hawkes wants is a few days of relaxation at his childhood home in La Jolla, California before starting the final push on his physics doctorate and his breakthrough communications technology. But when he accidentally discovers a plan to arrest him for illegal music possession—an all-too-common occurrence since the ruling Republicans’ ban on rock music seven years earlier—he becomes a fugitive from the U.S. government. Determined t... more
  • The Zephyr

    by Jo Chumas
    Aimee Ibrahim was the target of political terrorists in The Hidden; now she’s on the run in 1940s Europe, determined to avenge those who got away with murder. The hours tick away, and Aimee finally comes face-to-face with her nemesis, the Zephyr. Will the end of the Zephyr be the end of her? The Zephyr (The Hidden Book 2) is a bridging novella that links The Hidden (Book 1) and The Unforgiven (Book 3).
  • The Interview

    by Damian Bruce
    In a city racked by poverty and discontent, twelve people arrive for an interview with the all powerful Frontline Corporation. The successful candidate will trade hunger and hardship for a life of luxury and excess. However, it quickly becomes clear that The Interview is nothing like they expected. Who will survive the brutal waiting game that unfolds? To what lengths are the candidates willing to go to secure the job? And what secrets are they hiding from one another? The Interview is an expa... more
  • Spear Garden

    by Thom Tate
    A coup is brewing inside the last dictatorship in Europe. Belarusian Prime Minister, Oleg Shorets is devising the ultimate assassination, using a devastating new weapon to fake a terrorist attack and kill the Belarusian President, Vladimir Solonovich. With plans to blame it on Al Qaeda, the more collateral damage, the better. Thousands will die. Meanwhile, when the CIA discovers that weapons used to kill two U.S. border guards are from a former Cuban general turned gun dealer, Hector Vasquez, t... more
  • Once in a DARK DREAM

    by willow love
    I am dedicating this story to my lost love, who was a wonderful man, and who lived through the cruel hardships in the Vietnam War. I am stating for the record, that none of the characters in the story are real and that the story is not based on anyone living or dead. Any of the places in this story are used fictitiously. This story was a dark dream my beloved husband had. He had always wished he could have met me when I was younger. I can not reveal what character he played in the story, becaus... more
  • Ripples

    by Kenneth E. Olson

    One Bullet. That's all it took to change Doug Larson's life forever. Now, nearly thirty years later, a madman has returned for vengeance, forcing Doug to face his guilt in the death of a loved one. Every action creates a ripple. This one created a tidal wave. And his two children are directly in its path.

  • HIs First His Second

    by A. D. Davies
    Assigned to the case of two kidnap-murders in a cold northern city, the annoyingly-perky Detective Sergeant Alicia Friend must track the killer, but the third victim’s highly-skilled father runs his own investigation, clashing with the police at every turn.
  • Skeleton Sea

    by Toni Dwiggins
    ** Mystery at Sea ** A mystery at sea plunges forensic geologists Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws into deadly waters. When a boat is found deserted off the California coast, it looks to be a simple fishing accident. But there is nothing ordinary going on here. The geologists track the strange incident to an even stranger project. Someone with toxic skills is at work in this sea. If the lethal project is completed, the outcome will be unstoppable.
  • The Hidden

    by Jo Chumas
    A dark mystery spanning two generations, The Hidden is set in Cairo, Egypt during the 1919 nationalist riots, and 1940, when the city is under threat of invasion by the Nazis. Aimee Ibrahim is searching for the killer of her husband, when she meets Taha Farouk, a newspaper editor who takes her on a devastating journey back in time to meet the mother she never knew. All the secrets of Aimee's past are written in her mother's diary. What she discovers will haunt her forever.
  • The Unforgiven

    by Jo Chumas
    London, 1968 Twenty-six-year-old Rana Maddox, codenamed Domino, has caught the attention of British Intelligence. Her secret liaison with the United Kingdom's War Minister, Robert MacDowell has made headline news, and the Government has gone into crisis mode. Added to this, her brother, top nuclear physicist Alexandre Rigaud, has vanished in Istanbul, and the Government suspects foul play. Agent Harry Dean has been told to follow Rana wherever she goes and report on her every move. Harry... more
  • Transformed: San Francisco

    by Suzanne Falter & Jack Harvey
    Charley McElroy is a handsome, well-heeled travel writer and CIA informant who also happens to be an F-to-M transman. And he’s been recently benched by the Agency for not paying his taxes. On the other side of San Francisco, Electra, a Manhattan socialite-turned-dominatrix has just arrived to rebuild her life. After they meet at yet another boring society benefit, the two manage to uncover a Christian fundamentalist’s plot to destroy the ‘hedonists’ of San Francisco. Then they encounter Frankie,... more
  • Cold-Blooded

    by Lisa Regan
    Fourteen years ago, high school track star Sydney Adams was gunned down in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park. The investigation yielded useless clues, and the case went cold. But homicide detective Augustus Knox never gave up on finding Sydney’s killer. Now, retired from the police force and with only months to live, he enlists the help of private investigator Jocelyn Rush to clear the case once and for all. Armed with little more than a theory as to who murdered Sydney, Jocelyn tries to lure a ... more