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  • The Lion's Courtship: A Kronberg Mystery (Kronberg Crimes series)

    by Annelie Wendeberg
    London, 1885. Anna Kronberg hides in the city’s most notorious slum, offering medical treatment to prostitutes, beggars, and criminals of all kinds. None of her neighbours knows her true identity, and she makes sure it stays that way. When the Irish thief Garret O’Hare breaks into her home in the dead of the night, bleeding profusely from a gunshot wound and collapsing on her bed, her life begins to take a deadly turn. Prequel to the bestselling Anna Kronberg Thriller series.
  • Death in Vegas

    by Margaret Goodman, MD
    DEATH IN VEGAS SYNOPSIS Medical Suspense/Women's Fiction -124,000 word count DEATH IN VEGAS is the story of high risk, passion, and danger, set in a world where venality and corruption are just under the surface of everyday life. The themes of personal danger and desire intertwine with the boxing life in its glory, and in its darkest hours. And what of redemption? Beautiful and brilliant, thirty-something neurologist Olivia Norris has a coveted research position at the university hospi... more
  • The Intern

    by Dale Wiley
    It's 1995. Capitol Hill Intern Trent finds himself the prime suspect in two murders and a slew of other crimes. Overnight he becomes the most wanted man in America. Trent has to find a way -- any way -- out. He finds a way to hole up at The Watergate on a senator's dime and enlists a comely call girl as his unwitting ally. But with the media eating him alive, he knows he doesn't have long before they catch up with him. Can The Intern find his way out of this mess? From tony clubs in Georgetown... more
  • Without Consent

    by Virginia Degner
    Without Consent spans the world, from a little gold mining town in the mountains of California to the rugged coast of Scotland. This mystery is for readers who like a bit of murder and mayhem mixed in with their romance. Ariel Frazer Houston a Social Worker's life is about to change forever, after bother her step-mother and her husband Morgan, are murdered within a week. It becomes obvious that Ariel is the target. She doesn't realize the killer wants to cover up evidence of an illegal procedure... more
  • The First Lie

    by Virginia King
    Selkie Moon is a woman on the run. In a mad dash for freedom she's escaped her life in Sydney to start over again in Hawaii. But her refuge begins to unravel and she's running from something else entirely. A voice in a dream says that someone is trying to kill her. Not that she's psychic, no way. But the messages and threats escalate until she's locked in a game of cat a mouse with a mysterious stalker. Entangled in Celtic and Hawaiian mythologies, the events become so bizarre and terrifyin... more
  • Interference: The Eternal Reality

    by S. Denice Newton
  • A Current Deception

    by Arleen Alleman
    A Current Deception is the fifth novel in the Darcy Farthing mystery series. Each book stands alone, but the characters’ lives and relationships constantly evolve through the stories.

    Freelance reporter Darcy Farthing boards a luxury cruise ship for a trip to beautiful Australian seaports with family and friends, where a baffling murder mystery challenges her investigative skills. The crimes begin when a small town.

    Kansas woman traveling with a class reunion tour group is plagued ... more

  • The Journalist: Attack on the Central Intelligence Agency (Volume 1)

    by M.F. Moonzajer

    A 25 year-old man in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan, is tortured and threatened by Mullahs and extremists. He is saved and brought to America by human rights and freedom of religion activists. After he reaches America, he falls in love with Elena. However, later he disappears and is labeled a dangerous terrorist by the CIA. When it becomes apparent that his intention is to target American assets, the External Threat Wing (ETW), a small branch of the CIA, together with the UK foundation, a... more

  • The Shadow Broker (Mr. Finn Book 1)

    by Trace Conger
    When finding criminals is your business, it’s easy to make a killing. Finn Harding (Mr. Finn to his clients) specializes in finding people who don’t want to be found. Stripped of his PI license, Finn begins working for the type of clientele who operate in the shadows, pay in cash, and don’t care if he’s licensed or not. As Finn becomes ensnared in a plot to take over a black market information brokerage, he finds himself and his family straddling the thin line between life and death. ... more
  • Well-Heeled

    by Roz Siegel
    When Emily's elderly customer, Sophia Sarfatti, complains her shoe is uncomfortable--and Emily pries off the heel to investigate--she discovers a stash of precious stones that has the power not only to make her own life uncomfortable--but to end it completely. Someone is using Emily's Place, the fashionista's favorite discount shoe store on New York City's colorful Upper West Side, to traffic in stolen stones, and the list of possible suspects keep growing. Was it Freddie the Fox, a local ... more
  • NYPD Honor

    by Drake Casanova
    Kayla Stewart and Sarah Ingram, had their whole life set out after graduation, until they were murdered. When Sergeant Sagittarius Luckett and her partner Detective David Graham, arrive at the scene they were blown away by the grotesque discovery of the victims bodies. Luckett, assumes that her case is an open and close case; but it wasn’t. After speaking with the last two people who last seen the victims, she knew that the case was taking on a whole new twist. But the twists that she assumed wo... more
  • Face Of Our Father

    by G. Egore Pitir


    Winner of the Best Indie Book Award and a B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree

    Face Of Our Father, an international thriller, is a unique blend of action and intimacy. One part The Bourne Identity, one part Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and one part The Notebook, this poignant tale leaves the reader haunted by its characters long after the novel's final page has turned.

    Like many empty nesters, Stuart and Angela Pierce are bu... more

  • The Leipzig Affair

    by Fiona Rintoul

    The year is 1985. East Germany is in the grip of communism. Magda, a brilliant but disillusioned young linguist, is desperate to flee to the West. When a black market deal brings her into contact with Robert, a young Scot studying at Leipzig University, she sees a way to realise her escape plans. But as Robert falls in love with her, he stumbles into a complex world of shifting half-truths – one that will undo them both.

    Many years later, long after the Berlin Wall has been torn d... more

  • Rusty & Slasher and the Circus from Hell

    by Jenny Harrison
    Rusty and Slasher's Pa has recently returned from a sojourn in Her Majesty's 5-star accommodation. He has a plan, a family-bonding exercise - a security van heist. The wheelman will be Nana Naills who can't go anywhere without her adult diapers. Plans go awry when Pa's previous co-conspirators arrive in town. Pa is in serious danger until he is rescued by Felix, circus manager and old cell-mate. But, that's when the trouble really starts. Be prepared to go on the (Ghost) train ride of your life!
  • The Indigo Kid

    by Jenny Harrison
    Meet Charlie Cromwell, nine years-old going on a hundred, irrepressible, infant mystic and troublemaker. She inveigles herself into Abigail Grogan's life and motor car as they set off on a risky adventure. In the process Charlie meets Stella Goodstar, owner of the local porn shop as well as some pretty shady individuals, including Mr. Golightly who wants to exploit the little girl's strange powers. On top of that the local cop is after them. What could be worse? A funny, poignant adventure with ... more
  • The Falling of Shadows

    by Jenny Harrison
    Tessa Godwin's past is filled with pain, guilt and terrible secrets. She has put it behind her, but then Bailey Chance comes back to town. He has questions she can't - or won't answer. As they probe into the past so Tessa's ghostly shadows become more tangible, more frightening. The story begs the question - are ghosts the product of a troubled mind or are they real?