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  • The Saint of Baghdad

    by Michael Woodman
    CJ BRINK is an unlikely vigilante. Outwardly, he’s a broken hero, haunted by macabre visions. But as the sole-survivor of a brutal terrorist hostage-taking, he’s verified as unbreakable and driven by promises to the dead and by troubling questions. Like who set them up and why? There are plenty of candidates—corrupt politicians, double-dealing spies, even the shady guns-for-hire outfit he used to work for. CJ wants answers, but all he gets is trouble. That’s not so bad. He’s a special forc... more
  • Cut Reality

    by Zack Hacker
    While filming a reality TV competition, a cast member flung himself from a cliff. Unless he didn’t. Members of the cast and crew have their own interpretations of the event, each fueled by grief and suspicion. Ultimately, fellow contestant Jason Debord has to investigate and decide: are the conspiracy theories he develops too coincidental to be believed, or so shocking because they’re his new reality?
  • New York Fried

    by Robert J. Morrow
    What happens when North Korea decides to invade America? Foreign delegates descend upon a small town in upstate New York to view the "next big thing". It allows nationwide access to the internet without cable, phone lines, or wireless towers. And it's virtually free! Some seek to license it. Others want to steal it. But the Koreans have a much bolder plan. A former CIA staffer turned chef is unwittingly charged with preventing America's first nationwide blackout and subsequent invasion. And ... more
  • Death By Accordion

    by Cheryl Miller Thurston
    If you like mysteries that make you smile, you'll love this quirky new heroine whose beloved accordion is used as a murder weapon, but not by her! Ella Polansky is as hip as a kindergarten teacher can be. No apple or alphabet sweaters for her. Ever. And when she plays a gig with her accordion, she sometimes steps to the microphone in red boots and tight jeans to add some percussive beatboxing. But Ella loses her cool when someone pushes her beloved accordion off a balcony and kills the un... more
  • Rescued By A Kiss (The New Orleans Go Cup Chronicles Book 1)

    by Colleen Mooney

    It Was A Kiss To Kill For

    Brandy Alexander’s the real deal. Yes, that’s her real name and no, she’s a stripper, but her best friend Julia is. Brandy still lives with her parents in the Irish Channel and she’s sort of semi kind of engaged to the boy next door, who’s one of New Orleans’ finest. In fact, Dante, the BF, is such a thoroughgoing New Orleanian he always manages Mardi Gras parade duty on his own block. So you'd think Bran... more

  • The Case of Billy's Missing Gun

    by SJ Slagle
    Super sleuth Lucy James is hired to find the Colt pistol that may have belonged to Billy the Kid. Hampered by dishonest weapon experts, a pawnshop murder and unusual architecture at a downtown casino, her investigation is rocky at best. A massive snowstorm has blanketed Reno leaving Lucy to slog her way to interviews with uncooperative witnesses. Her father’s abrupt firing from his job as the host of a local children’s television show and the impending marriage between her best friend Cindy Floy... more
  • The Galadima Conspiracy

    by Dan Abubakar
    President Galadima of Nigeria has disappeared. He's in a hospital in Saudi Arabia receiving treatment where he dies but his death must remain a secret. Aspiring New York based blogger Dele Pearce is made privy to this secret but when he reports the death he becomes the target of a nefarious psychotic assassin who will stop at nothing to see him dead. Leah Givens, an ex-CIA agent now transporter living in London is contracted to transport very sensitive information in a flash disk but when... more
  • Chaos at Crescent City Medical Center

    by Judith Lucci

    A New Orleans Attorney’s Mardi Gras Takes A Bloody Turn

    Alex wanted a new life, but that often seemed out of reach as long as she was still tied to the same hospital as her ex-husband. Mardi Gras Season brought a welcome change in pace, and her upcoming date to the Mardi Gras Ball with art historian, Mitch Landry, was a step in the right direction. However, when she is called to a grisly scene at the hospital her plans are upended.

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  • Fat Chance

    by R.J. Leahy

    Sean McDermott is a wisecracking private detective from New York City, with an extensive catalog of phobias.  It's an ok job, but it isn't as exciting as most people think, and that's fine by him.  He makes it a rule not to get involved in active police cases or in any case where people are likely to get hurt—especially him.  So why does the mob suddenly want him dead?  Sure it’s all a mistake, but dead from a mistake is still dead.   &nbs... more

  • Fat Chance

    by R.J. Leahy
    Sean McDermott is a private detective in New York City, it says so right on his business card. It's an ok job, but it isn't as exciting as most people think, and that's fine by him. He makes it a rule not to get involved in active police cases or in any case where people are likely to get hurt—especially him. So why does the mob suddenly want him dead? Sure it’s all a mistake, but dead from a mistake is still dead. Taking advice from his friend, The Juke, he starts on a cross country drive to LA... more
  • The Zack Pack

    by Dale T. Phillips
    This collection combines the first three Zack Taylor mysteries into one volume. Contains A Memory of Grief, A Fall From Grace, and A Shadow on the Wall.
  • All the Crooked Paths

    by Dale T. Phillips
    All The Crooked Paths is a collection of three books: Crooked Paths, More Crooked Paths, and The Last Crooked Paths. Fifteen stories of mystery and crime, dark chronicles of those who walk a crooked path, and so very often pay a terrible price for what they do.
  • Haunting Suspicion

    by Miranda Gargasz
    Valerie Calhoun wanted three things: the perfect house, a baby, and a flourishing career as a true crime writer. She gets more than she bargained for when she and her husband, Cooper, purchase their dream home in rural Ohio. To start, they find out the previous owner was murdered in the upstairs bedroom. To complicate things further, it's haunted by two ghosts. Caught between chasing her feeling that an innocent woman was wrongly convicted of murder, avoiding danger to keep from having another ... more
  • The Time of Their Lives in London

    by Paul Hood
    Amber wanted to live abroad and find love. Vilzen left behind his conflicted past. Mrs. Rosenfield came as a young woman in search of herself. But sometimes leaving behind who you are and what you came from can be a mistake. It was supposed to be the time of their lives; and they all came in search of something special. But instead they were suddenly connected by horror and unusual circumstances. With the deranged psychopath, known simply as "the west end stalker" claiming victims on London's We... more
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  • Death at Crooked Creek

    by Mary Ann Cherry

    Jessie O’Bourne comes to Montana as the guest artist of an annual show. A massive tractor draped with the advertising banner seems a fun way to promote the art show—except for the bullet holes in the back window. It had been the site of the tragic shooting death of a local teen.
    After Jessie's irascible tomcat, Jack, discovers a dead man in Jessie’s motorhome - a man connected to the shooting, she not only becomes a murder suspect, but begins receiving threatening n... more

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