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  • The Angel's Trumpet

    by James Musgrave
    Award-winning author James Musgrave has released a new novel, The Angel’s Trumpet, a fast-moving historical mystery telling a compelling story of race and sexism through the lives of his captivating characters. Musgrave’s work will delight the intellectual reader who studies human nature as his novel has an uncanny relevance to the socioeconomic, race, political and social struggles endured today. It seems the old is forever new and Musgrave’s brilliant novel shines light on the stories of oppre... more
  • Double Crossed

    by Anthony Anthamatten

    J.C. and Stenson entered the world with everything against them. Runaways from opposite sides of the track. When you are abandoned, abused, poor and homeless, you will do whatever it takes to survive. They are in the fight for their life but not alone. Good souls still exist in the world. The struggle is real. The time is now. And payback is their only option.

  • Country Secrets

    by E.A. Maynard
    A small town is a great place to raise a family and live a quiet life. That is unless you are Scott Bearman (Bearman to his friends). Has found himself in a world that is about drugs, guns, women, and danger. Bearman started out as pushing drugs and between fate or bad choices has led him to working for a mobster running a little business in Northwest Ohio selling and distributing what ever he is told to. None of it is legal. Bearman had an easy and quiet life till it took a quick tu... more
  • Finding Lisa by Sigrid Macdonald

    by CHICK LIT CAFE - BOOK REVIEWS & MARKETING SERVICES
    Tara Richards is unhappy with her job as a rehabilitation nurse and disenchanted with her marriage, but lacks the courage to make a major life change. When her best friend Lisa disappears, Tara's life is thrown into turmoil. Has Lisa jeopardized her sobriety by going on a drinking binge or is she hiding the news that she may be pregnant from her partner Ryan, who has a history of battering, and it's not his baby? Lisa is her rock, her confidant, her reality check. Tara can't live without her. De... more
  • Unfinished Justice by Janis Hutchinson

    by CHICK LIT CAFE - BOOK REVIEWS & MARKETING SERVICES
    In this 1935 historical suspense thriller, praised as "riveting and gripping" (Robert Dugoni, NY Times Best Seller of My Sister's Grave), Ed Bowman, small town reporter for the Casey Clarion in Virginia, is unjustly convicted for the murder of his wife, committed by an escaped prisoner whose murder trial he just covered with an exclusive article that virtually guaranteed a guilty verdict. Sentenced to life in the State Penitentiary, and losing faith in God to right his situation, he determines t... more
  • A Novel Way To Die (Cozy Mystery Bookshop Series Book 2)

    by Tamra Baumann

    Sawyer Davis, a chef who inherited her mother’s mystery bookshop, is hosting her first book signing for the world’s biggest diva. Between juggling the author’s lofty demands, learning how to be a surrogate mother to a fifteen-year-old, and dealing with the Sheriff who once broke her heart, Sawyer’s menu is full. She longs for the good old days when the worst thing that happened was a flopped soufflé.

    But when the author’s husband ends up dead in Sawy... more

  • 978-1733742429

    by Kelly Brakenhoff
    Will Dead Week kill Cassandra's career? VP of Student Affairs Cassandra Sato has a desk full of problems and it's not even Thanksgiving break. Cassandra's new boss talks to her dead husband. Cassandra's mentor thinks he's a superhero in a senior citizen's body. And Cassandra, recently moved from Hawai'i, can't crack the code of what to wear during November in Nebraska. Cassandra faces end of semester pranks, stray dogs, winter storms, and viral news stories in her fight for justice for... more
  • The Candlelit Coffin (Lady Fan Mystery Book 4)

    by Elizabeth Bailey
    Murder lurks behind the scenes… 1791, England: Lord Francis and Lady Ottilia Fanshawe have suffered a devastating blow. With Ottilia sunk deep into a depression, Francis is desperate to get his beloved wife back. So when he hears about a murder at the seaside town of Weymouth, an idea starts to form… A young girl’s body has been discovered, laid out in an open coffin, surrounded by candles. The staged scene, and the fact that the victim was a member of a theatrical troupe, suggests one of her co... more
  • The Deathly Portent (Lady Fan Mystery Book 2)

    by Elizabeth Bailey
    When a young woman predicts a murder, she finds herself the centre of a witch hunt…1790, England: When Lord Francis and Lady Ottilia Fanshawe’s coach breaks down they find themselves stranded in the village of Witherley. But Ottilia, the intrepid ‘Lady Fan’, finds her curiosity piqued when she hears of a local murder. A young woman predicted the gruesome death of the village blacksmith. And he was killed exactly as described… Is the young woman predicting the future? Are the villagers right to... more
  • Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman

    by Artisan Book Reviews & Promotion
    A bloody feud, brewing for seventy-five years, finally comes to its explosive end. A wily Texas sheriff and a mythical Indian Chief are all that stands between the good people of a hill country community and a ruthless sociopathic killer and his gang. William (aka the Prince) Laveaux leads his gang to Gary, Texas–a sleepy hill country town on the banks of the Guadalupe River–to exact a brutal revenge on Chief Running Wolf and his grandson Billy Cross. Wise-cracking Sheriff Bud Thomas (a fo... more
  • DIE FOR ME: A gripping psychological suspense set in New England

    by Diane Hester
    On a wintry New England morning an innocent short-cut turns to disaster when the snow-covered field Lauren Donnelly crosses turns out to be a not-so-solidly-frozen stream. A passing stranger comes to her aid only to fall through the ice himself and drown. Struggling to come to terms with the tragedy, Lauren reaches out to the man's only daughter and long-time care-giver. But Ada Phelps is not the devoted, grief-stricken offspring she pretends. And making people pay for their crimes is the one th... more
  • Into the Suffering City: A Novel of Baltimore

    by Bill LeFurgy
    1909 Baltimore is jumping with new thrills—cocaine, ragtime music, moving pictures. But a showgirl’s murder reveals the city’s sinister underbelly, including prostitution, corrupt cops, and powerful men who relish violence. An unlikely pair team up to investigate the murder. Sarah Kennecott is a young doctor on the autism spectrum who struggles with contempt from her male colleagues. Jack Harden is a down-on-his luck private detective with traumatic memories of an army massacre. When Sarah and J... more
  • The Poinciana Tree

    by Rita Lee Chapman
    This story is set around the beautiful Poinciana tree, with its amazing red flowers. Suzanne Matthews arrives home from work to find the kitchen in disarray and her daughter missing. After searching the house, her eyes turn towards the garden, drawn to the Poinciana tree. Underneath its canopy she sees her daughter, slumped against its trunk.
  • The Truth That Lies Between

    by W. D. McComb
    When he’s not busy trying to win over the girl of his dreams, Case Reynolds fishes, camps, and races three-wheelers on a local farm with his best friends, the carefree Jack Masterson and brilliant Jet Townsend. But Case’s life changes forever when he finds the murdered remains of a local drifter in a barn, the beloved farm comes up for sale, and Jack’s abusive stepfather Stone disappears without a trace. The evidence points to all three events being connected. And when the boys discover that ... more
  • The False Favorite

    by Josh Boldt

    Millionaires, mansions, soirees, romance, high-stakes gambling, horse-racing...and a corpse. A murder mystery set at the Kentucky Derby.

    One month before the Kentucky Derby, a wealthy thoroughbred owner turns up dead. Can his widow solve the crime in time to save her prized racehorse? When she hires private detective Cal Tyson to investigate, they find big money holds a strong influence on the horse-racing industry. Several key players may have wanted Sterling Halcott d... more

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