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  • From Muddy Water

    by allan davis

    Detective Quinn of the Toronto Police Service has seen enough of the city's underbelly to last him a lifetime. Early retirement and a quiet life as a PI catching cheating spouses beckon. But Quinn has a new tenant in his upstairs apartment, the mysterious and bewitching Kirsten who seems determined to drag him into his past.  

  • Trade Wars: Texian Armada Saga Book 2

    by Brandon Phillips
    Trade Wars is a suspense-filled high-tech thriller centered around a small but capable maritime defense force. It is torpedo fast, missile smart, and packs the punch of a battleship's broadside. Trade Wars is packed to the brim with action, and tempered with timely humor from real-to-life characters.
  • Port Lands

    by Tod Molloy

    A first-in-series vintage noir throwback, with modern and post-modern elements. Set in snow-laden Toronto. The Big Sleep meets Fight Club meets Drive, with a touch of Thomas Pynchon and David Lynch.

  • Death by Saxophone

    by Debbie Burke
    If Jerry Zolotov gets one more bouquet of black roses with a threatening note, he’s gonna hang up his sequined jumpsuit and throw his sax into the Atlantic Ocean, just minutes from his home in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn. Adored by fans for decades and with several platinum albums, the smooth jazz musician has just purchased a once-in-a-lifetime piece of history, the Holy Grail of jazz contraband: a Russian “bone record” produced on discarded X-rays during the Cold War and sold on the black marke... more
  • Thirteen

    by Don Canaan
    Some youngsters on their 13th birthday are involuntarily drafted into an ongoing battle between good and evil. In 1666, a demon selected a 13-year-old boy to continue this war. The boy is promised eternal life and bliss by the custodian of evil. For nearly 400 years, a demonic spirit promotes that destiny while inhabiting the bodies of the Marquis d’Sade, Hitler, and Allen Abbott. Now Abbott’s grandson, Armen Bedrosian, inherits and continues that demonic endeavor after his grandmother is impreg... more
  • Father's Failure

    by Ann Lowe
    Two years ago, Detective Angela Burns began hunting a serial killer targeting families in Georgia. Their bodies, a message. The notes, taunts. Come catch me if you can find me. After this killer murders one of their own and his family, his partner Detective Tad Wilson joins the pursuit. Together, the two must not only try and find him before he murders another family, but they must catch him before he makes good on his threat to make them sorry Tad interrupted their game for two.
  • vengeful behavior

    by walter marks
    Three separate individuals have nursed an anger towards t Dr. David Rothberg, which has now risen to the point where they want to kill him. The psychiatrist is unaware of these threats of revenge, but one by one has to confront them and fight back. It is a daunting and terrifying battle.
  • Five Will Die

    by L.A. Detwiler
    By Friday, one will kill and one will die in the Evermore Publishing offices. But this is just the start of a horrifying chain of murders because the killer has much bigger plans. From the USA Today bestseller comes a shocking thriller that will keep you guessing up until the very last page. When a new girl, Becky Rusett, joins the Evermore Publishing team, she’ll start to realize no office setting is as safe as it appears. The secrets, lies, and underhanded dealings of the publishing hous... more
  • French Creek

    by Paul Rowney
    Following a series of cataclysmic natural disasters in the space of just a few weeks, one-half of America plunges back into the Pioneer era. With no functioning economy, law or order, utilities, healthcare or food supplies, the population East of the Mississippi collapses into chaos. Half of America is now a devastated wasteland with millions dying, starving or fleeing to the West. To protect themselves against this flood of refugees, states West of the Mississippi use the river as a secur... more
  • Fade to Blue

    by Hank Scheer
    Will Dr. Brenalen's unauthorized experiment lead to a cure for Alzheimer's, or will it be used for bioterrorism? Biotech researcher Sarah Brenalen is frustrated by her boss’s dismissal of her controversial theory, so she secretly injects lab mice with experimental Alzheimer’s drugs of her own design. Sarah is stunned when one of her experiments goes horribly wrong. But Marcel and his international cabal are intrigued. Sarah's brain-destroying T-3 formulation could be just what they need. F... more
  • A Sickening Storm

    A deeply troubling sequence of events is unfolding at the Beach City Medical Center, as people are growing unaccountably, deathly, grotesquely, painfully ill, and eventually dying. First one. Then two. Then a handful. Now a dozen. And the doctors are baffled as to the cause, diagnosis, or treatment. The hospital CEO has hired Dora Ellison and her sidekick and intriguing love interest, librarian Missy Winters to investigate and keep the hospital from having to close its doors. But what t... more
  • Echoes of the Past

    by Angela Grey, Paige Peterson
    When a forty-two-year-old married park ranger and mother of two grown children goes missing during the suitcase killer spree, everyone believes the serial killer is at fault. A serial killer known to dismember his victims, stuffing most of the body parts in a suitcase but leaving the head or a limb around town to frighten unsuspecting passersby. However, unbeknownst to nearly everyone is the fact that over twenty years prior, it was the park ranger that gave birth and abandoned her offspring to ... more
  • Tree of Redempion

    by Jim Davidson
    Chris Hamilton travels to Laredo, Texas to pay respects to his surrogate father who has suddenly died. His journey unveils decades of deceit, a cryptic death, new friends and lovers, along with multiple mysteries and a shadowy figure from his past.
  • The Salvador Dalí Formula

    by D. Labovich


    "Author D. Labovich challenges readers with a fast-paced and intellectually-stimulating storyline wrapped in a mystery to rival that of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code." - Readers' Favorite

    ″A fast-paced psychological suspense thriller dives into ancient myths, and unsolved astoundingly planned murders.″

    A shocking mystery about a journalist who reveals Salvador Dalí... more

  • Sleep

    by Shane Michael Mortensen

    Haunted by a Killer: Homicide Detective, Gerard Rush, has been hunting a killer who has already left 6 women in the morgue…a killer who haunts him every night in his sleep. Every crime scene is like deja vu. Is his mind playing tricks on him or is he losing it?

    Nagged by Doubt: Captain Thompson, noticing his strange behavior, begins to question his ability to handle this case. With their newest victim being the sister of New Jersey Governor, Abig... more

  • Crimson Waters

    by Jacob Parr
    An important assignment pulls James Luna back to his hometown of Alpine Ridge. A place he vowed never to return to after that ill-fated summer when he lost his younger brother to tragedy. Upon arriving, he finds himself thrown into a situation beyond his wildest dreams. Danger and death surround picturesque Lake Trinity in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. James must balance the weight of a shattered family, a new romance, and keeping those he loves alive. The stakes have never been higher.... more