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  • Blood on the Bayou

    by Douglas Wood
    A serial killer is terrorizing the streets of the French Quarter in New Orleans. The victims are found with their throats slit, odd symbols on their faces, and a wooden cross in their hands. Detective Rebecca Simone and her team are working the case and when DNA from a local man is found on a body, it looks like the mystery is solved. However, someone in Washington D.C. has been quietly observing, and he is not satisfied with the outcome of the case. Unable to remain an outsider, Special Agent C... more
  • FitzDuncan's Enlightenment

    by John J. Spearman
    A swashbuckling tale set in the medieval kingdom of Aquileia. FitzDuncan's third adventure finds him facing threats to life and limb, assisting his lady love and the queen with a magical intervention and learning more about his unique abilities.

    by Jeffrey S. Stephens
    Jack Rinaldi is a cautious young man. His father was a charming rogue who lived on the edges of organized crime who failed far more often than he succeeded. When Jack discovers a letter his father wrote him just before he died, six years ago, it turns his life upside down. The letter tells of a cache of stolen money his father left behind, leading his reluctant son on a search that takes him from New York City to Las Vegas and ultimately to the south of France. Along the way, Jack is confront... more
  • The Crooked Hand Tree

    by J.S. Parker
    It is the year 1820- and farm boy Tom Miller, born of a supernatural event is becoming aware of the unearthly powers bestowed upon him. Taught the ways of his gifts by an elderly shop owner in town, he begins to accept himself as he learns to conquer his fears. When an evil half-human witch is sent to destroy him...Tom must summon save himself, his town and everyone and everything he truly loves.
  • Burnout

    by Sean Platt
    Cutter Dunn was born a ghost. Unchipped and unregistered, he exists as a nonperson, living off-the-grid, unrecognized by the facial recognition software built into every smart glass device that provides everyone with everything they want and need. According to the official system, he doesn't even exist. He has the skills and out-of-the-box perspective to design the nuts-and-bolts mechanism for the next generation of driverless shipping vehicles. He's also the kind of person that a massively w... more
  • Margaritas, Mayhem & Murder, An Andi Anna Jones Mystery Book 1

    by Mary Cunningham
    Andi Anna Jones, so-so travel agent and amateur sleuth, puts aside her resentment of her father's widow and books a sixtieth birthday cruise to Cancun for Ruby and three friends. Never does Andi imagine the cruise will include the murder of a has-been lounge singer—or that Ruby might be the main suspect. Flirting with more than danger after arriving in Mexico, Andi connects with charming local sheriff, Manual Gonzales. An embarrassing night involving the sheriff, too many margaritas, and a Ma... more
  • In Another World (A Paranormal Mystery/Romance Novel)

    by Kelli A. Wilkins
    In Another World A Paranormal Mystery/Romance Novel Disgraced psychic medium Julie Kershaw has finally met her soul mate. The problem is he’s dead… and his spirit haunts the car she just bought. The spirit of Detective Eddie Mahoney is determined to find his killer and needs Julie’s help. At first, she refuses. She’s tired of being called crazy and swore she’d never use her abilities to speak to the dead again—even if Eddie is handsome and charming. Eddie persuades Julie to contact h... more
  • The Hip Shot

    by Michael L Miller
    When Skeeter Ellington doesn’t show up for happy hour one Friday afternoon, his drinking buddies fear something is wrong. Skeeter never misses Friday happy hour. Besides, there’s little else to do in Preston but drink beer, go fishing, grow pot, or play golf. His buddies Boot, Perch, and Mervin know they must do something. Across town, Hazel Owens struggles to keep a music studio above water, and now her significant other, Dr. Carol Baxley, isn’t responding to texts or calls. When a murdered wom... more
  • Escaping Pretense

    by Deborah Jean Miller
    The story opens on September 11, 2001, inside the World Trade Center. The protagonist, PRETENSE ABDICATOR, a quirky, yet brilliant financial consultant, is escorted to a meeting with the FBI and charged with embezzlement. But when a plane strikes the North Tower, she manages to escape with her life and over $2 million dollars stashed in an offshore bank account. She flees to the island of Koh Samui in Thailand to live her dream life under the alias CLAIRE VOYANT. But despite her wealth, somethin... more
  • The Adventure of the Purloined Portrait

    by Liese Sherwood-Fabre
    A long-buried past. A stolen portrait. The artist’s murder. Can Sherlock discover the connection between the three before he’s stopped permanently? Sherlock can’t shake his apprehension about a family trip to Paris. His mother’s unflappable confidence vanished months ago, and her anxiety has set the whole family on edge. His greatest fears are realized when they witness the death of one of Mrs. Holmes’ former suitors. As Sherlock seeks to unravel the reason behind the artist’s murder, he ... more
  • Shadow: Run, But You Can't Hide

    by Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu
    In this multilayered thriller of secrets and family, eyes are everywhere, and safety might only be another illusion. Evan and Shadow welcome a new life into theirs. Their son, Bright, cements their bond and provides hope that they can move forward from the harrowing past. But their former lives can’t leave them alone. A threatening appearance from Evan’s 19th-century self and fearful visions from his grandmother, Venice, warn him that Bright could be spirited away. The family takes refuge in... more
  • Grave Disturbance

    by Martha Crites
    When a film maker and a quarry developer are murdered, Native artifacts surface at the crime scenes. Mental Health Evaluator, Grace Vaccaro must sift truth from the delusions of the only witness.
  • Free From Sin

    by Karen Ann Hopkins
    FREE FROM SIN is a gripping psychological crime thriller/mystery story about the intertwining lives of three unlikely women in the hills of Kentucky, and the explosive results when a troubled teenager has her day of reckoning. Sheriff Sadie Mills navigates the challenges of single motherhood while solving crimes in the rural community of Possum Gap, Kentucky. The recent trailer shootings in her jurisdiction have her on edge, and the new coroner, a Yankee transplant from the east coast, is sti... more
  • One Will Too Many

    by PJ Peterson
    A young banker with a long list of secret dies due to methanol poisoning. Dr. Julia Fairchild, whose nephew is a deputy sheriff, is first on the scene with the man's girlfriend. Once his death is determined to be a homicide, she is asked to help the police and sheriff identify the who, how, and why.
  • Omniscience

    by Janine Frances

    A family seek refuge in the Australian outback as tyranny takes hold, but who can they trust?

    The world is at war and an authoritarian government has taken control in Australia. A terrorist group known as Day One is attempting to destroy civilisation so humanity can start again.

    Shareen Miller gets caught up in a bureaucratic nightmare when she’s detained by an Auto-Enforcer for not having the right travel permit on the way to a job interview. Shareen’s d... more

  • The Spear of Vengeance

    by F. David Smith
    IF YOU LIVE FOREVER, WHAT DO YOU FEAR? In this action-filled speculative thriller, FBI agent Dan Alexander is assigned to protect virologist Dr. Amelia Cranford, his former fiancée, following an apparent terrorist attack. But they are unwittingly drawn into a centuries-old conflict between two powerful Immortals. One, a 2500-year-old madman, is hell-bent on destroying humanity. And at every step along the way, the other Immortal has fought from the shadows to save us. But now, the madm... more