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  • The Survivor

    by John Zodrow
    An ancient document discovered in the Vatican that could destroy the Church and faith of Christians everywhere. A desperate race across the world to find the truth. A shocking secret concealed for centuries, revealed at last. SYNOPSIS THE SURVIVOR by John Rester Zodrow (80,000 words approx.) When FATHER BOBBY POWELL, a young American priest discovers the earth-shattering truth that Jesus may have survived the crucifixion, it sends shock waves through the Vatican. If Jesus lived, then ... more
  • D-Notice

    by Bill Walker
    Surrounded by lies. Haunted by questions. One man’s quest for truth could expose the treason of the century. London, 1984. Michael Thorley, Jr. regrets never knowing his father. Taken from him by the war before he was born, Michael consoles himself by helping families track down the final resting places of lost soldiers. But when he’s flooded by requests for unlisted conscripts from a non-existent regiment, he’s plunged into a treacherous forty-year-old mystery powerful figures would rather ... more
  • Qisas

    by aa freda
    As over five hundred parishioners make their way into the First Baptist Church in Lubbock, Texas, a white van with armed terrorists sits in the back of the parking lot. All are fanatics intent on carrying out a diabolical plan. But little do they know that James Coppi is sitting inside-waiting. In this fourth edition of the award winning Sam and James, the heroic team of Sam and James are propelled down another dangerous path. Will they be successful in ending another challenging chapter in t... more
  • The Chronicles of the Obscure Detective: Williams Joy Returns With a Brand New Collection!

    by AMIR JOY
    Williams Joy, the ambitious and obscure detective, lands in London to follow his master's, Sherlock Holmes, footpath. Yet, what followed at 221B Baker Street was something he did not foresee. A double-homicide takes place and it is Williams's chance to take the first step towards his goal! As he is solving the case, something bizarre occurs which makes him realise that, if he wants to solve the case, he ought to use all of his knowledge acquired from his master's methodologies. The incident inst... more
  • The Path of Good Response

    by Steve Frogley
    Do you value your mother’s health above peace in the Middle East? How about your career over global warming? If a company runs the best graduate scheme in the world, then it can afford to be probing with its interview questions. When Joe Massey is offered a role aboard Schelldhardt’s luxurious headquarters at sea, he discovers that the company mission is beyond anything he had ever imagined. Strange dreams disturb his sleep, and it soon becomes clear that nothing is quite as it se... more
  • The Balance of Fear

    by Diana C. Hall
    Elizabeth Stanton fled New York for Seattle, trading a career on Broadway for a teaching position in theater arts and a house built like a beautiful fort. But when she discovers one of her students dead inside an empty theater, Beth risks her own safety to discover the truth of Alyson’s death—a truth that lies hidden in the histories of four women and the events surrounding the production of the play Madame Butterfly. In this psychological mystery life imitates art, with deadly consequence... more
  • Nothing Personal

    by Larry Temple
    My book received three 5-star reviews from Readers' Favorite - from a review: "When I think of the plot, characters, and even the writing style of Nothing Personal by Larry Temple, the word “creepy” springs to mind. That’s not a negative comment. Let me explain: In all the psychological thrillers I’ve read, never have I come across a creepier predator than Duke, trained by his even creepier father." "The creepiness quickly evolves into a thrilling page-turner you never quite expected and won’t ... more
  • The Cat in the Window Murders

    by Frank Gertcher
    In the third volume of the Caroline Case Mystery Series, beautiful and independently wealthy Caroline Case Jones departs Chicago for Europe on the luxury ship SS Isle de France. She and Hannibal, her enigmatic new husband, enter a war-scarred continent embroiled in social turmoil and political upheaval. Solving murders is the name of the game.
  • Sundown: Derailing Dystopia - Book 1

    by Carl H. Mitchell
    In 2057, NYPD Detective Nick Garvey joins forces with USA President Lenora Allison to free the world from the dystopian grip of Jason Beck’s World Council.
  • The Double Vice

    by Chris Holcombe
    Decadent. Duplicitous. Deadly. Welcome to the Queer World of the Roaring 20s. It wasn’t how gay speakeasy owner Dash Parker’s birthday was supposed to go. But this was New York City at the height of Prohibition, and everything—and everyone—can turn on a dime. When one of Dash’s club patrons is murdered, Dash and his friends must discover the killer while also outwitting a devious blackmailer. Together, they navigate the shadowy world of drag queens, cabaret performers, gangsters, mob moll... more
  • The Spy Devils

    by Joe Goldberg
    A deadly case. An international operative. When a mission turns personal, who will make it out alive? Trowbridge ‘Bridger’ Hall was raised to be a spy. Leading a highly trained team of covert agents, he’s loyal to his squad and his country. But when his infamous CIA controller and mother assigns his crew an unusual off-books operation, his finely tuned senses scream danger. Hunting a stolen briefcase across the world, his instincts proven lethally correct when one of his men ends up de... more
  • Lie If You Can

    by Greg W. Peterson
    Julie Swanson is a single, hardworking professor, admired by her University of Minnesota students. She awakes in a hospital following a brutal beating and begins to experience strange déjà vu-like sensations. She seeks answers from renown neuroscientist Karl Undset who compares her unusual episodes to a well-established scientific condition known as dual processing. Her injury has resulted in a new ability to sense elevated autonomic indicators present in certain voice patterns, those that chang... more
  • Stonechild

    by Kevin Albin
    In an incredible feat of human consciousness embodied in the molecules of a statue, the famous London statues come to life with a message on conservation. Fifteen years old, Molly Hargreaves, doesn't believe their benign message and finds herself chased, captured and confined as she races around London trying to persuade others to take action. People only start to listen as the battle for London begins. The story, an eco-fiction novel, subtly draws parallels with the current climate change cris... more
  • Headlines, Deadlines, and Lies

    by mickey mikkelson
    “It’s all in the genes, darling!” A witty quip…or a clue? Piper Harrington is set on finding out. As a single mom living in her cozy hometown along Florida’s Gulf Coast, Piper had all but given up on her dream of being a professional writer. So when a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity opens up at the small beach town paper where she works, she has to make a split-second decision: Go for it (even if it requires a little fib) or give up a shot at her lifelong goal. To complicate things, in waltzes... more
  • Crossfire

    by Robert Valletta
    Following the brutal murders of his family members, a toughened Marine uncovers a plot to hijack a military laser weapons system. First Lieutenant Nick Gallaher soon discovers that several top Department of Defense research scientists, his father included, were killed as part of an elaborate scheme to take possession of the game-changing submarine and satellite-based laser system, codenamed Crossfire.
  • IN THE BLACK

    by ANDREW CERONI
    CIA’s most valued Russian double agents are being assassinated one-by-one. In Langley Center itself—Jack Barrett, the Director of Central Intelligence, barely escapes assassination. When the Agency discovers the attacks originate from a Russian top secret cyberwarfare program called Chernyy Almaz, or Black Diamond, CIA must respond swiftly to shut down the attacks and begin extracting its top prized agents before they’re lost forever. Chief among them is Dr. Armand Mishenkov, the head of Russia’... more

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