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  • Granjy's Eyes

    by Matt McAvoy

    Meet Ollie. 

    Well-educated and spoilt - a rich kid, fun-loving party-goer and brutal sociopath. Ruthlessly arrogant Ollie takes what he wants, when he wants it. But Ollie's going to learn, the hard way, that for every action there's a consequence, and for every bounty a price. 
    Granjy's terrifying eyes see Ollie like no-one else can; the blind old lady spoilt him rotten-to-the-core, and now his payment is due - Ollie... more

  • Clouds

    by Matt McAvoy

    Imagine you're falling; flipping over and over through the sky - not in a dream, but in startling reality. A loud bang then nothing... nothing but the wind rushing past you and the sound of your own terrified screaming. You pray, desperately pray for salvation - death, madness, or a miracle in that welcoming bed of clouds. 

    Scream and pray - you have nothing else.

  • Ponckhockie Union

    by Brent Robison
    Benedict Arnold Rose is a documentary filmmaker in a troubled marriage. His history-focused life is suddenly derailed by shadowy assassins with multiple identities, indoctrination in a dark cell, seduction, betrayal, the finality of fire, and the unexpected kindness of a stranger. He must journey within, but what is real? And who is asking? Coincidence and paradox abound as Rose negotiates his passage into a new life…but the questions without answers still remain.
  • Hyperion's Fracture

    by Thomas Kelso

    Two scientists attempt to save an injured Thoroghbred and discover a cancer cure that may get them killed.

  • They Tell Me You Are Cunning (Duncan Cochrane Book 4)

    by David Hagerty
    Can one man undo a terrible criminal injustice? Duncan Cochrane quit politics to escape the sins of his past, but two years later, he’s pulled back in to protect his imprisoned son, and a death row inmate who just might be innocent. To do so, he must find new sources of power and new ways to inspire the voters who turned on him. EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the fourth book in the series detailing Duncan Cochrane’s rise to prominence and the personal cost of his public ambitions. Mysti... more
  • They Tell Me You Are Brutal (Duncan Cochrane Book 3)

    by David Hagerty
    Lies convict, but the truth condemns. Book three of the Duncan Cochrane mystery series resumes another two years later as a saboteur kills five people with a pain reliever. Duncan must pursue this terrorist as he tries to contain a leak of his shameful family secret and run for reelection.
  • They Tell Me You Are Crooked (Duncan Cochrane Book 2)

    by David Hagerty
    Two years after the murder of his daughter, Governor Duncan Cochrane must hunt down a sniper and a blackmailer.
  • Islanders: A gripping supernatural thriller with a shocking twist

    by Brandon Enns
    Two young couples escape their high-paced New York lifestyles for a quick getaway to an island off of Belize. Upon arriving they learn that their vacation will involve more than wasting the days away on the beach. The owner, Stefan, is a wealthy son of a financial guru, and a cousin to one of the guests. As part of his entertainment, he informs the group that they will be attempting to discover the identities of mercenaries from the 1800s that stormed the island and killed “The Royal Family” who... more
  • 10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery

    by Michael Golvach
    In every murder investigation, there are rules—how fast you learn them can mean the difference between life and death. Payden Beck begins his first week after graduating police academy as a phase-one field trainee under the tutelage of Richard LaMont, an experienced, older field-training officer (FTO) who distributes justice on his own terms and keeps the world at bay. When his FTO invites Payden home for dinner, and to meet his eccentric, much-younger wife, Ana, at the end of their first ... more
  • Split the Middle

    by Michael Golvach
    In every murder investigation, there are procedures to follow--and then there are the ways things get done. Michael Dooley, a drunken ex-con, has lost his wife, his child, and everything he cares about. His life has hit rock bottom... he thinks. When he stumbles upon the scene of a horrific murder, he realises that the bottom is a lot farther down than he'd ever imagined. Split between the lower-class urban wasteland of the village of Broker, and the spit-and-polished elegance of the city ... more
  • Dell's Luck

    by ML Biddison
    When Deputy Dell discovers a young Lakota woman bent on suicide, she intervenes and uncovers evidence linking the desperate act with human traffickers menacing vulnerable girls across the state. A brush with traffickers in a former life has left her with an obsessive need to squash these vermin. Colleagues jump to help. Support springs also from a cryptic tribal network that supplies her with critical information. As Dell pursues the quarry, she bumps up against an old nemesis whose livelihood i... more
  • Montauk Mayhem

    by Tom Schneider
    In 1983, Glenn is on-the-run from the Monarch Project when Robin’s son Michael goes missing from a Montauk carnival. Glenn’s search to find the boy uncovers a conspiracy beyond kidnapping right back to the program he is trying to escape.  A sexy fortuneteller holds the key. But can he unlock the puzzle in time to find Michael while battling old demons and new monsters?
  • Traffic: Kingman & Reed Novel #5

    by Bill Zahren
    Sometimes traffic moves on two legs instead of four wheels. Raising and selling livestock has been a way of life in rural America for generations. Unfortunately, one rural Iowa resident has twisted the tradition into an evil mutation — harvesting young girls to traffic to sex-obsessed buyers around the world. When a teenage girl goes missing, Sioux City Sentinel-Leader reporter Tom Kingman discovers that not everything in rural Woodbury County is as beautiful as the fall colors. The hills are... more
  • City of Dark

    by Claire Dickinson

    The Paris catacombs. The city’s subterranean shadow. Hundreds of kilometers of tunnels. A land of history and legend, where the underground explorer treads a fine line between reality and irreality. As the top inspector on the counter-terror squad, Khalid Sadiqi thought he knew everything there was to know about the City of Light’s weak spots. But this is new. This is the City of Dark. Seeking to learn more about the world below the city, Sadiqi stumbles on the impish help of Anto... more

  • Killer Remedy

    by Julia Rohatyn
    A doctor working in medical marijuana research is killed and his widow, Emma, wants to know why. She hires a neophyte private detective, Betsy Connolly (who also appears in the hotel mystery series) to find out. Betsy and Emma work together to catch the killer and discover that it's not one homicide. It's more and counting. They use every tool they have to find out what secret the hospital in Israel is keeping. They must reveal the connection with cannabis. Using Emma's skill on the internet and... more
  • The Retired Detectives Club: See No Evil

    by Shawn Scuefield
    Meet retired police detective Robert Raines. After devoting forty-three years of his life to serving and protecting the streets of Chicago, he has called it a career. But good cop instincts die hard—--if they die at all. Before long, he finds himself teamed with two fellow retired cops, Dale Gamble and Ashe, as they take on the case of a missing 19 year old college student. The investigation takes them to the bayou state, Louisiana, where all isn’t as peaceful and tranquil as it first seems. Wom... more

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