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  • Into the Roaring Fork

    by Jeff Howe
    They set out for Aspen in 1985. A one year post-graduation detour to play in the Rockies prior to entering the "real world." That was the plan. They wouldn't need much. Just ordinary jobs with a ski pass attached, a one-bedroom apartment, and each other. But tempted by the decadent side of this iconic resort town, Alex Cavanaugh enters into an illicit agreement with a new acquaintance and finds himself on a remote forest trail, where the crime he is committing pales in comparison to the one his ... more
  • CANDY, MURDER AND ME: Cozy Mystery with Recipes

    by Carolyn Chambers Clark and Anthony Auriemma
    When Cookie Berelli, dress designer for full figured women, discovers her private investigator dead in her salon, she calls on a few friends, including Sigmund Freud, dachshund, to get her out of trouble. Included in this sweet cozy mystery are recipes from her Norwegian and Italian heritage: Grandma Berelli’s Pralines (“Worth going to jail for”), Cookie’s Maple Candies (“So good they’re criminal”), Nana’s Kringlas (“To kill for”), Cookie's Chocolate Cover-Up Fudge ("Perfect for spying activitie... more
  • The Rockets' Red Glare

    by John Darrin
    Al Qaeda in North America steals a huge supply of radioactive cesium and plans a deadly July 4th fireworks display over 12 American cities. But they can’t do it alone. With America’s national security forces focused on Islamic terrorists, AQNA forges an unlikely alliance – the White Aryan Resistance – to carry out the cataclysmic scheme in total secrecy. Cal Bellotta, a terror expert, and Ray Nassiri, an American Muslim and government computer genius, form a partnership that frustrates and insp... more
  • Minister of Justice

    by Leif M. Wright


    The cops are baffled as the killer seems to know all their moves. Mike’s brother, Steve, is a reformed fire-and- brimstone preacher who was just mending their minced relationship, but now he must figure out who minced his brother. A strange little man and a high-school beauty whose false claim of rape may have touched off the murder seem anxious to help, but can this unlikely pair figu... more

  • The Cardinal's Sin

    by Robert Lane

    While concluding a European vacation with his girlfriend, Kathleen, Jake Travis is instructed to kill an international assassin who is known to dress as a cardinal and take contemplative strolls in Kensington Gardens. Jake completes, his task, returns to Florida, and learns that he has "Clipped the wrong bird." He has killed a popular and progressive cardinal.

    Jake must hunt down a woman whom he believes holds the key, and do so before the assassin strikes again. Kat... more

  • Alone and Unafraid (American Praetorians) (Volume 3)

    by Peter Nealen
    A Country In Flames… …And Jeff Stone’s Praetorian contractors are right in the middle of it. Mullah Abdullah Al Hakim has established himself, with Praetorian assistance, as the leader of the autonomous province of Basra in the wake of the bombing that killed the Iraqi Parliament. But an Iranian-aligned Iraqi General-turned-Warlord is descending on Basra with more force than either Al Hakim or Jeff’s two reduced teams of Praetorians can resist. They have to escape from both the oncoming troops a... more
  • Hunting in the Shadows (American Praetorians) (Volume 2)

    by Peter Nealen
    It has been a year since the bloodbath of East Africa. A year since the shooters of Praetorian Security committed themselves to fighting a war the powers that be refused to acknowledge was even happening. Jeff Stone is now a Praetorian Security Team Leader. The bulk of the company is deployed to Iraqi Kurdistan, ostensibly to protect the oil facilities on some of the few functioning oil fields that are still supplying oil to the West, but also to hunt terrorists on the side. The constant, low-l... more
  • Task Force Desperate (American Praetorians) (Volume 1)

    by Peter Nealen
    Jeff Stone and his team of Praetorian Security contractors are marking time on counter-piracy duty aboard a freighter in the Gulf of Aden when the boredom ends abruptly. A major US base on the Horn of Africa is overrun in a well-coordinated terrorist attack, and those base personnel who survive are taken hostage. With the world economy tanked, and most of the Western militaries dangerously thinned, the Praetorian operators find themselves to be the hostages’ only hope of rescue. The mission w... more
  • The Boxing Day Fraud

    by Roy Adams
    The story of the biggest fraud that ever hit the High Street on Boxing Day 1981. There are no official records to say it took place. Did it happen or was it denied because the government were afraid of a copycat crime?
  • Last Writes (A Ghostwriter Mystery Book 3)

    by C.A. Larmer
    Someone is killing best-selling authors—a sci-fi writer has been found slashed with an ‘X’, a gardening guru bludgeoned with his own shears, and an erotic novelist poisoned by a red apple. All the evidence points to ghostwriter Roxy's beloved agent, Oliver, but she's not convinced. With the help of seductive newcomer, crime reporter David Lone, Roxy must hunt down the killer before another author meets their final sentence... Little does Roxy know, a ghostwriter is next on the hit list! This... more
  • Dying Words (A Ghostwriter Mystery Book 4)

    by C.A. Larmer
    When a dying man utters Roxy Parker's name with his final, gasping breath, the gutsy ghostwriter is thrown into the middle of her most baffling—and brutal—murder mystery yet. Why would a man Roxy barely knows call out her name on his deathbed? What did he give her that holds the key to his murder, and the murder of two friends? And is it linked to a mysterious burglar who is hot on Roxy’s trail? This is the fourth, stand-alone Ghostwriter Mystery.
  • Words Can Kill (A Ghostwriter Mystery Book 5)

    by C.A. Larmer
    Max Farrell’s flatmate has just shown up dead in their Berlin unit and the hunky photographer has vanished, last spotted at a Swiss resort, a perky blonde by his side. Has Roxy Parker’s boyfriend run off with another woman or is his life on the line? Packing her bags and swallowing her pride, the ghostwriter must follow the clues to find her true love, while buckling up for the ride of her life! This is the fifth, stand-alone adventure in the Ghostwriter Mystery series.
  • A Plot to Die For (A Ghostwriter Mystery Book 2)

    by C.A. Larmer
    When ghostwriter Roxy Parker accepts a job at a tropical island resort, she expects little more than a good story and a touch of sunstroke. Instead she stumbles upon her hotelier client, dead and buried in a plot of sand, her head protruding ghoulishly for the crabs to devour. And around her, an ensemble cast of glamorous guests who all appear to be hiding something behind their Gucci sunglasses. In this modern homage to Agatha Christie’s Evil Under the Sun, sassy ghostwriter Roxy Parker take... more
  • The Agatha Christie Book Club

    by C.A. Larmer
    When Alicia Finlay walks out on her boring old book club and starts a new one devoted to her favourite mystery writer Agatha Christie she has no idea she's about to stumble upon a deadly mystery of her own. It's a mystery so baffling, it would leave even the Queen of Crime scratching her head...
  • Middle Waters

    by John Clarke
    In the deep-sea canyons and trenches of the Earth lie thousands of alien spacecraft and millions of their inhabitants who have to leave soon or risk being stranded forever, or being destroyed. Due to their physiology they have been unable to directly contact humans, but they are adroit at mental contact and remote viewing, when it suits them. They need the help of two humans to assure their safe escape, an experienced diving scientist and a beguiling but eccentric graduate student in Oceanograp... more
  • Screenshot

    by John Darrin
    Interactive, pay-per-view assassinations, live on the Internet. And you can pull the trigger. The Rehabinator shreds the bricks and beams of a rowhouse, and the drug dealer standing in front of it. The controlled lightning of the Pediphryer locks onto an infamous pedophile, thrashing him around like a rodeo cowboy on an angry bull, and cooking him just about medium-rare. The Musliminator blasts a three-ton SUV off the ground, and gravity returns it, leaving the terrorist and his entourage looki... more