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  • The Gorge

    by Ronald M. Berger
    It is not yet spring in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. Whitewater rafting season has already begun, however. Streams filled with snowmelt are pouring into the Hudson Gorge, an almost inaccessible twelve-mile canyon. But someone who knows every foot of the backcountry is stalking those who are attempting to run the Gorge as the river reaches flood stage. Richard Carlyle, a former raft guide and veteran criminologist working with state and local police, is desperately searching f... more
  • Mainely Money

    by Matt Cost aka Matthew Langdon Cost
    Langdon is a laid back, slacker detective, happy with his work, friends, and way of life in the town of Brunswick, Maine. To complement his income in Brunswick’s scarce private detective market, Langdon also owns and operates a mystery bookstore. “I’m being blackmailed with intimate pictures of myself with someone who is not my husband,” Senator Mercer said to his back. Then he is hired to investigate the blackmail of a US Senator. “You heard the OPK struck again in Portland last nig... more
  • The Forbidden Zone

    by Tom Trott
    On the surface, Boys Club Camp is just like every other British summer camp, but Tommy remembers that summer in '97 when a scream heard in the night led him and his friends to solve a mystery a hundred years in the making: What is the real purpose of Boys Club? Now an adult, he must understand what they found. It is his last hope of saving their lives.
  • It Never Goes Away

    by Tom Trott
    When private detective Joe discovers his friend’s corpse in an abandoned farmhouse, he soon becomes the prime suspect in the case. As he fights to prove his innocence, he uncovers a strange connection to three notorious murders that happened 10 years ago.
  • The Benevolent DIctator

    by Tom Trott
    A young man fresh out of university and desperate to get into politics accepts a job with the prince of a Middle Eastern emirate. It should be a golden opportunity, but when he arrives in the kingdom he finds it on the verge of revolution, and soon learns that the prince has enemies everywhere.
  • Choose Your Parents Wisely

    by Tom Trott
    A missing girl sends a community into hysterics — and street-smart detective Joe Grabarz can’t help but be reminded of his very first case. Can Joe face the painful lessons of his past as he attempts to solve the disappearance?
  • You Can't Make Old Friends

    by Tom Trott

    Blacklisted by the police, private detective Joe Grabarz is in no shape to take on a new case. But when his estranged best friend’s body washes up on a beach, Joe will have to navigate roadblocks, personal demons, and deadly complications to solve the crime.

  • Murder at the Church Picnic

    by Denise Jaden

    If anyone had told Mallory Beck she would become Honeysuckle Grove’s next amateur sleuth, she would have thought they were ten walnuts short of a brownie. Her late husband had been the mystery novelist with a penchant for the suspicious. She was born for the muffin pan, not the binoculars, and yet here she was, having just solved her first murder case. It had all started with delivering a casserole to a grieving family and finished with the help of a sarcastic teenager, a cop with kind-... more

  • Rearranging the Truth

    by Valerie R. Drees
    It is the fall of 1989. Tori Daniels and Brian Sage, both in their 30s, run a bookshop and café in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he also teaches in the English department at the College of William and Mary. Tori knows something that Brian doesn’t: a family secret revealed by his Aunt Lily in Dublin, Ireland -- only to her at the end of the first book (The Burden of Truth, Austin Macauley, NY, 2018) -- a deception so complete, it has remained hidden for decades as a carefully arranged truth, ... more
  • Celerity

    by Scott Falcon
    Speed Kills Celerity usually comes in second at UCLA track—the first loser, her coach would say. But she is encouraged by her father, a botanist, her only parent, and her biggest fan. Then he dies unexpectedly. Now she is alone. While wrapping up his affairs, she learns about his expeditions of discovery to the Darién jungle and a plant that transforms indigenous tribesmen into prolific hunters ... and extraordinarily fast runners. She takes a sabbatical from college and follows his work. A... more
  • American Mutt

    by Scott Falcon
    THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY Unprecedented chaos in America—on the brink of a second civil war. Maverick investigative journalist Jackson Rand runs the controversial website It’s the home of the Sunlight List—news exclusives exposing political corruption. Five public figures on The List disappear on the same night three weeks before the presidential election, including the Speaker of the House and the Governor of the World Bank. Part of his background a black hole, Jackson becom... more
  • Curve of the Dragon - Episode 1: Chasing Shadows

    by Matt Stokes

    Deep in the Pacific Ocean, the mysterious Palmyra Atoll holds a secret. What appears to be a remote ecological preserve is actually the hidden base of Fractal: a secretive criminal organization that uses brainwashed foot soldiers to attack targets around the globe. An invisible hand guiding world events, Fractal has infiltrated the very governments that should be hunting them and have successfully hidden any trace of the organization’s existence. But their latest attack has gained the a... more

  • Complicit

    by Amy Rivers

    A tangled web of deception and duplicity where predators are shielded by respectability and no one is safe

    Kate Medina had been working as a forensic psychologist and loving every minute until a violent attack left her shaken to the core. She’s retreated to her hometown where it’s safe, accepting a job where the prospect of violence is slim to none. As a high school psychologist, Kate tends to the emotional needs of the youth. It’s not the career she envisioned

    F... more

  • The Fading Light

    by Ahmed Altaher
    In Leonardo Lykaios’ paradoxical mind, light and darkness collide as he searches for the right path in his unknown endeavor of a disintegrating life. Appearing as a radiant soul to all, the struggle of submerging within the dark abyss of his mind remains reticent. Even with the likes of his most loving companion, Dante Tate, and the owner of his heart, Vanessa Garcia, any attempt at finding happiness through their presence results in a peculiar, inevitable fate. The smile’s façade wearing thin, ... more
  • The Switch

    by Thomas Hall

    Walker and Munoz return to the scene of their first investigation. But this time it’s a cold case, and many of today’s modern investigative tools won’t help them solve it.

    As they make some painstakingly slow progress, additional challenges stymie their efforts. And then a new present-day crime, precipitated by the revelations surrounding the cold case, force them to shift their focus entirely.

    When the investigation begins to stall again, they get new informatio... more

  • I Shot the Sheriff

    by Regina Jeffers

    William de Wendenal, the infamous Sheriff of Nottingham, has come to London, finally having wormed his way back into the good graces of the Royal family. Yet, not all of Society is prepared to forgive his former “supposed” transgressions, especially the Earl of Sherwood.

    However, when de Wendenal is wounded in an attempt to protect Prince George from an assassin, he becomes caught up in a plot involving stolen artwork, kidnapping, murder, and seduction that brings him to Che... more