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  • 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
  • Fire War

    by T.T. Michael

    Late in the 21st century, the United Continental States of America (or UCSA), comprising the former USA, Canada and Mexico, is running smoothly: unemployment has been all but eradicated, terrorism is quashed in the country, and internal dissent diminishes by the day. Most people thank President Meyers for this. Many can no longer remember when there was last an election, but as long as he keeps the country safe from the terrorist group Hariq Jihad (‘Fire War’), this seems a small ... more

  • Over My Dead Body

    by James R. Callan
    A large corporation is taking land by eminent domain. Syd Cranzler stands in its way, threatening a court battle. After a heated meeting with the corporation representative, Syd is found dead from an overdose of heart medication. The police call it suicide. Case closed. But Father Frank, Syd’s pastor, and Georgia Peitz, another member of the church, don’t believe Syd committed suicide and begin to look for clues of what really happened. And this has an ill affect on Georgia’s budding romance... more
  • In the Company of Wolves: Thinning The Herd (FBI Thriller Series Book 1)

    by James Michael Larranaga
    Set near Lake Minnetonka in Minnesota just after the New Year, "In the Company of Wolves" is a Thriller by James Michael Larranaga that intermingles the scent of deception and deceit, and the redolence of victory as right triumphs over wrong and the wolves are kept at bay. Quin Lighthorn is a bounty hunter who gets a job as an Intern at Safe Haven LLC after their current intern disappears with her boyfriend. At Safe Haven they don't sell life insurance policies, they buy them. Offering polic... more
  • Friends Dogs Bullets Lovers

    by Lennox Randon
    Noah and Lee have been friends since they were scrawny, misfit ninth graders. Fifteen years later, Noah is a police sergeant in Dubuque, Iowa, and Lee is an EMT. They’ve got respectable jobs, but they haven’t lost their youthful sense of adventure or quirky sense of humor. While on a late-night walk with their dogs, Stroke and Thundarr, the friends come across two men burying a body. They manage to arrest the men only to find out they’re hired killers with ties to organized crime. Noah and L... more
  • Wanton Regard

    by Geoffrey Neil
    The charming man's compliment comes at both the perfect and worst time in Hailey Vaughan's troubled marriage. Soon, a "chance" meeting with her admirer reveals that he knows the most intimate, guarded details about her life. She's been targeted by the stalker from hell. Hailey tries desperately to escape his terrifying advances, but he won't let anything come between them --not her protective best friend, her guard-gated home or her jealous, gun-toting husband. When she finally discovers his hor... more
  • In The Company of Wolves II: Follow The Raven

    by James Michael Larranaga
    An FBI informant partners with the FBI to find his sister.
  • The Jacq of Spades

    by Patricia Loofbourrow
    The once-beautiful domed neo-Victorian city of Bridges is split between four crime families in an uneasy cease-fire. Social disparity increasing and its steam-driven infrastructure failing, a new faction is on the rise: the Red Dogs. Jacqueline Spadros has a dream life: a wealthy husband, a powerful family. But her life is not what it seems. Kidnapped from her mother's brothel and forced to marry, the murder of her best friend Air ten years before haunts her nightmares. She finds moments of f... more
  • Mirage of Afro-Feminism

    by Ishaya Albert
    Mirage of Afro-feminism explores a very important and recurrent theme in human societies—the need to accord women and children their rightful places in society. In exploring the subject, the author lays a subtle but convincing development and precision of plots, with the characters of Mrs. Lawal, Dr. Hafsat, Edna Shay, Corporal Talachi, Dr. Asunki, and Katherine as key players, with a cloud of other characters. The whole plot is relayed through an exciting and captivating style of narrative in t... more
  • The BookofDaniel

    by Therese Carlon
    The story is about an older woman and a younger man who fall in love. The younger man's family deals with unsavory characters and the two will be pulled into the nightmare.
  • Second Chance Gold

    by John H. Cunningham
    Hired by billionaire Lou Atlas to search for answers about his dead nephew on St. Barths, the swankiest island in the Caribbean, Buck Reilly's dream trip goes sideways when his former business partner, fresh out of jail, returns with a vengeance. Buck is quickly eyeballs deep in complications-a race for hidden gold, the beautiful granddaughter of one of St. Barths' most famous swashbucklers, perversely ruthless treasure hunters, an alluring maritime historian, and demons from his past. The heat ... more
  • Crystal Blue

    by John H. Cunningham
    Paid trip to the Caribbean sound good? Buck Reilly thinks so--flying rock stars and celebrities to a remote island for a charity concert seems a breeze--until all hell breaks loose when the promoter disappears and one of the A-list stars is kidnapped. The charity's vision to revolutionize women's Choice collides with a collection of threats that sends Buck on a wild race through the Virgin Islands fighting forbidden lust and multiple crazed killers determined to derail the event. When the facts ... more