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  • 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
  • Mr. Mayhem

    by Jeff Widmer
    In this economy, even an assassin needs an agent. Sued by his publisher for libel, Brinker is reduced to promoting trolley tours of crime scenes. The tour business is dying. There aren’t enough murders to draw a crowd. A good serial killer would help. When his doctor asks for aid in euthanizing terminal patients, Brinker hires an assassin named Angel, who reigns chaos and fame on the sleepy resort town. But as Angel’s demands soar with the body count, Brinker wonders whether he’ll be... more
  • A Thin Veil: Book 2 in the Adam Kaminski Mystery Series

    by Jane Gorman
    On detail to the Philadelphia Police Department's Dignitary Protection Unit, Detective Adam Kaminski’s latest assignment is to babysit the senior senator from Pennsylvania as she visits Philadelphia with the French Ambassador to the United States. When the senator’s aide is shot as the group prepares to leave DC, the FBI assumes the senator was the target. The aide’s parents aren’t so sure. Sent to DC to find out what really happened, Adam finds himself facing down a powerful senator, a desp... more
  • Don't Let Go

    by Sheryl Wright
  • Contrary Warriors: Legacy and Deception

    by Sheryl Wright
    It’s been one year since SOE agent Cleo Deseronto escaped torture at a CIA black site, but life isn’t getting any easier. On a simple mission to notify a senator of his daughter’s death, Cleo and her stalwart cousin Bo are drawn into the web of spymaster Hank Darien. It’s a conspiracy that threatens to alter the future of the civilized world, and trying to stop it might just make Cleo and Bo the most wanted women in America. The second volume in the Contrary Warriors series, Legacy and Decept... more
  • Contrary Warriors

    by Sheryl Wright
    How do you find a secret facility that may just be enriching plutonium - a secret facility in a country notoriously adverse to westerners – a country in the heart of the middle-east – and all without starting a war? Cleo Deseronto doesn’t know how to trust. She considers herself a washed-up military pilot, and can’t imagine why a Joint Taskforce would be interested in her. Even when the head of the MI6’s Special Operations Executive lays on the charm, she assumes it’s more for her cousin and so... more
  • The Blood of Art

    by John MacEachern
    When young, Appalachian born, Tom Adams, finds an American masterpiece between the walls of an old farmhouse, he is renovating in Riverport Massachusetts, he takes it to America’s foremost public art gallery: the Creighton American Gallery of American Impressionism, for an appraisal. What he finds is the murdered corpse of America’s favourite philanthropist and gallery founder, Robert Creighton. Tom is immediately taken in for questioning and charged with the murder and his found work of art is ... more
  • DEATHSMAN/1514397609/B015RJ4MOS

    by Phil Bowie
    John Hardin is the WITSEC identity of a pilot who runs a shoestring aerial photography business flying his Cessna out of Asheville, North Carolina. He's restoring a log home on a ridge overlooking the Great Smokies village of Maggie Valley, and does house repairs to augment his income. He shares his place with an octogenarian couple, Hattie and Hank Gaskill, escapees from a depressing rest home, and he has an independent Cherokee girlfriend, Kitty Birdsong, who rides her own motorcycle. A bur... more
  • Street Light: Book 3 in the Reichold Street Trilogy

    by Ronald Herron
    After surviving the war in Vietnam and enduring the depression of its aftermath, the kids from Reichold Street discover not all evil is found in war. Some of it walks on the streets of home.
  • Death by Chocolate

    by Sally Berneathy
    Lindsay loves chocolate. It tastes good, it makes her feel good, it never cheats on her like her almost-ex-husband. It's her best friend. But someone wants her dead and uses her weak spot—chocolate—to try to murder her. Lindsay's only secret is the recipe for her chocolate chip cookies, but she is surrounded by neighbors with deadly secrets. Suddenly she finds herself battling poisoned chocolate, a psycho stalker, and a dead man who seems awfully active for a corpse. Her best friend and ... more
  • A Ton of Gold

    by James R. Callan
    Can a long forgotten, old Texas folktale affect the lives of people today? In A Ton of Gold, one certainly affected young, brilliant Crystal Moore. Two people are killed, others threatened, a house burned and an office fire-bombed – all because of an old folk tale, greed and ignorance. On top of that, the man who nearly destroyed Crystal emotionally is coming back. This time he can put an end to her career. She’ll need all the help she can get from a former bull rider, her streetwise hou... more