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  • An Oxford Murder

    by G.G. Vandagriff
    After Miss Catherine Tregowyn, poet, and Dr. Harry Bascombe, her bête noire, discover a body in the Somerville College chapel, they are declared suspects in a murder inquiry. How can they prove their innocence? The pair decide they must launch their own investigation into the strangling of Oxford don, Agatha Chenowith. But working as a team will not be easy. Their relations are anything but cordial. It is not long before they uncover motives aplenty. Apparently, Dr. Chenowith was not at all wha... more
  • Dead Before Morning: British Detectives (Rafferty & Llewellyn Book 1)

    by Geraldine Evans
    18-NOVEL MYSTERY SERIES * A murder investigation… …and Joe Rafferty’s already got troubles in spades. * His first case in charge looks like being his last. * Because he suspects that the case of the 'Faceless Lady' is a poisoned chalice. Gifted by his new boss who is only waiting for Rafferty to fail, to put the boot in. He's even arranged his still newer partner—a pedant who rubs him up the wrong way from the start. * Even his Ma adds seems to add to the kicking… * Does she really ... more
  • Ivory Tower

    by Grant Matthew Jenkins

    Ivory Tower is a campus crime thriller about Margolis Santos, a charismatic film professor in her prime, who risks her career and life to uncover sexual corruption inside her university’s football program where rich boosters pay sorority girls to have sex with star recruits. Embroiled in a sex scandal of her own, Margolis’s life goes into a tail-spin. She unthinkingly sleeps with a student from another school, and when the parents find out, they threaten to sue her University. To ... more

  • A Certain Kind of Power

    by Ryan Butta
    Mike Costello operates on the edges of Argentina’s impenetrable bureaucracy, advising foreign business executives who struggle to grasp its unspoken rules. After ten years in Buenos Aries, he’s still near the bottom of the food chain. Still flummoxed or outraged daily by events that locals accept as ordinary. He fears being an eternal outsider. Mike decides to leave, but finds his assets frozen by government red tape. Capitalising on the delay, British diplomat Alex Harper persuades Mike to tak... more
  • To Hunt a Spy (Sins of a Spy Book 2)

    by D. B. Shuster
    Caught between duty and conscience. Moscow, 1985. The more time KGB agent Artur Gregorovich spends undercover in the Jewish community--and with the mysterious Sofia--the more he questions everything he thinks he knows about his country, his family, and himself. Nuclear disarmament negotiations have stalled over accusations of his country's human rights violations against Jews, and Artur faces mounting pressure to catch and stop the traitors spreading anti-Soviet stories. Even if those stor... more
  • The Security

    by Robert J. Morrow
    Benny's wife has just been kidnapped. Benny is a rich man but there won't be a ransom. Instead, Benny dispatches his mistress to a tropical island because she's the security... In case the wife comes back.
  • To Catch a Traitor (Sins of a Spy Book 1)

    by D. B. Shuster
    The Americans meets Bridge of Spies in this can't-put-down Cold War story of love and patriotism.  As the Cold War escalates, the Soviet Union’s Jewish community finds itself caught in a tug of war between their allies abroad who want to open the doors to emigration and a country that hates them but won’t let them leave. A Jew in Moscow, Sofia knows better than most how high the stakes are. Her family is among the thousands who have been watched, harassed, and hunted for their defiance of ... more
  • Daughters of Nyx

    by Diane Bonavist
    428 b.c.e. Athens is roiling with intrigue about Pericles’ successor. Were it days ago, Timarcus would be at its center. But Kore has unexpectedly returned to him after seven years of separation and he is once again besotted. But as quickly as she has returned, she is gone, struck down by Apollo’s gentle arrow. Yet if it was a natural death, why can he not feel her presence as his beliefs promise? Instead he is haunted by images of Kore’s shade weeping, unable to pass to Elysium’s bright fields.... more
  • Turmoil in Savannah: A Made in Savannah Cozy Mystery

    by Hope Callaghan

    Carlita must help solve a murder to clear her friend’s name, all while managing her businesses and trying desperately to keep the Garlucci past from being exposed after a surprise visit from some “family” members.
     

    "If you like Family Sagas and clean Mysteries, you'll love the Made in Savannah Mystery Series!"

    “Turmoil in Savannah” is Book 13 in the Made in Savannah Cozy Mysteries Series

    BONUS: RECIPE INCLUDED!

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  • The Bitter Fields: A Marty Singer Mystery

    by Matthew Iden

    When stable owner Ruth Colvin invites former DC homicide cop Marty Singer and his partner Julie Atwater to spend a week at her central Virginia equestrian farm, they think they’re getting a much-needed vacation in the region’s storied horse and wine country.

    But when star polo player Freddie Ferrar winds up shot to death at the estate of a local billionaire, and in the midst of a rash of vandalism that threatens to bankrupt Ruth’s farm, Marty is pressed into service to... more

  • Murder at the Million Dollar Pier

    by Gwen Mayo

     "Never waste good rum on a bad night." - Teddy Lawless, February 1926.There are many bad nights ahead for Teddy. Shortly after she arrives at the newly opened Vinoy Hotel in Saint Petersburg, she comes face to face with her ex-fiancé, Ansel Stevens, in the dining room. Cue the slap that was thirty years in the making. Unfortunately, her ex-fiancé dies during a yacht race shortly thereafter. Conclusion of the authorities: poison. His family closes ranks, leaving T... more

  • Blue Heart

    by Sang A. Lee
    My mother appeared in my dream, she showed me blue sea scenery. This is the first and last sea we saw together. The sea that filled my mother's eyes remains in my heart. It is a mystery fantasy novel based on a true story.
  • The Euro Option

    by Jeffry Weiss
    5) THE EURO OPTION – 96,464 words Fact: A few days before 9/11, a number of unidentified people invested heavily in the stocks of American and Untied Airlines and Transamerica Insurance. They bought “put options” in the belief that the stocks would drop in price. After the attack, those men made 22.7 million dollars. Fast forward to the present… Fiction: A brilliant economist has been fired and disgraced by the EU. He is planning his revenge. He will buy “put options” on the... more
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  • Deadly Enterprise: A Mike Stoneman Thriller

    by Kevin G. Chapman
    THE NUDE GIRL THEY FISHED OUT OF THE EAST RIVER had a rap sheet for theft, drugs, and prostitution. Nobody gave her much attention, until Medical Examiner Michelle McNeill deemed the death suspicious and NYPD detective Mike Stoneman agreed to investigate. Meanwhile, the high-profile murder of a Bronx bodega owner has the City in a race-based fury and that case has everyone’s attention. When both investigations run into mysterious obstacles, Mike and his partner, Jason Dickson, start to wonder... more
  • Molls Like It Hot

    by Darren Dash
    Eyrie Brown used to serve in the Army, until a tragic loss forced him to return to civilian life earlier than planned. Now he drives one of London's iconic black cabs. On a dark, wet night, he gives a lift to a wounded gangster, and everything changes from that point on. When the gangster gets in touch some time later, offering Eyrie a small fortune if he will take care of a mysterious young woman for a few nights, Eyrie is suspicious and hesitant. He can see trouble ahead, but the money wil... more

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