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  • Killer Motives: A Hudson Valley Mystery

    by Bonnie Traymore

    ​What readers are saying about Killer Motives:
    "Fantastic page-turner!" "Definitely a must-read!" "Keeps you guessing"

    Victoria’s life isn’t as perfect as it seems. But with two homicide detectives at her door, it’s about to get a whole lot worse.

    Still reeling from the painful discovery that her husband is having an affair, Victoria struggles to process the mind-blowing news that Nick&rsqu... more

  • The Man Clothed In Linen

    by Donald Leichel
    Synopsis available with the title of the book The Man Clothed In Linen (End Time Prophecy Unveiled) for sale at BookBaby, Amazon, etc. N.B. Themes of this book are going to be used in a proposed film project with the following title and catch phrase: THE REVEALMENT - "After a mock trial in the USA, archaeologists Mark and Sophia Carter embark on a search for documentary evidence that could provide further proof of the authenticity of the Turin Shroud. With their lives on the line, they race a... more
  • The Cat's Paw Murders

    by Frank Gertcher
    The Cat’s Paw Murders is the fourth novel in the Caroline Case mystery series. In 1930, Caroline and Hannibal Jones become paid espionage operatives for the French government. As wealthy expatriate Americans, they have the perfect cover. They are tasked with gathering intelligence about the intentions, methods and organizations of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. As part of their espionage duties, they bring murderous criminals and spies to justice, legally and otherwise. However, com... more
  • The Seed of Corruption

    by A.I. Fabler
    It started as a mystery with the promise of romance ... A chance meeting of two strangers in a deserted French hotel in the Mekong Delta starts them on a journey in search of elusive truths, raising complex moral and ethical questions as their emerging love is tested by the corruption they’re forced to confront.
  • Dogs of Warr

    by TR Gabriel
    The year is 2024. Colonel Gregor Alexi Nikolanovic, a former Spetznaz operative turned mercenary, infamously known throughout the world as the "Devil's Ghost" has been contracted by a terrorist to strike at the heart of the United States with a dirty bomb. The Ghost, known for his ruthlessness and brutality, is the nemesis of legendary Special Forces operator Colonel Nathan Alexander Warr. ​Colonel Warr leads his elite force of clandestine warriors based out of a secret underground facility, ... more
  • A Killer's Tears

    by John Bae

    Tom Rose had waited eight long years to get to this point when he is about to be promoted to become a partner at Stern & Hobbs. At this critical juncture of his career, he is urged to represent Hope Kane, a pro bono client who is awaiting trial for the murder of her husband and daughter. Hope had been the topic of headline news just a year before, not only for her horrific crime, but also because she had refused to utter a single word from the moment of her arrest. Her identity is a complete ... more

  • No More Bad Days

    by Lindsey Whitaker
    NO MORE BAD DAYS is a gripping investigative thriller that follows Detective Kimberly Hall's investigation of a gruesome murder. When a dismembered body is found off the Chicago River, two detectives try to unravel the mystery of who the victim is, and how her legs and (partial) torso ended up packed neatly in a suitcase. Detective Hall chooses Diaz to be her partner. He's a rookie but Hall thinks he's got what it takes to help her get to the bottom of this awful murder. As the detectives be... more
  • Entitled, A Novel

    by Matson Sewell
    Claire Cavallo, the single mother of a recently matriculated Dartmouth student, learns that her son’s scholarship is in jeopardy because he’s been accused of sexually assaulting a fellow student. Neither Claire’s son, Luke, nor the young woman, Bethany, recalls any events after their second drink from the party punch supply. Claire believes in her son without question until the mounting evidence, including DNA results, suggests his guilt and her own long-buried history returns to haunt her. Coul... more
  • Immoral Origins: A Suspense Thriller

    by Lee Matthew Goldberg
    A PULSE-POUNDING THRILLER THAT ASKS HOW FAR WE'RE WILLING TO SHED OUR MORALS IN ORDER TO HELP THE ONES WE LOVE. It's 1978 in New York City, and disco is prominent. As are mobsters, gritty streets, needle parks and graffiti-stained subways. Jake Barnum lives in Hell's Kitchen. He's a petty thief selling hot coats with his buddy Maggs to make ends meet and help his sick kid brother. At a Halloween party downtown, he meets a woman with a Marilyn Monroe mask who works for an organization calle... more
  • Innocence on Trial

    by Stephen Roth
    An intense courtroom drama plays out when young Tommy Henderson takes the stand to provide crucial testimony in his teacher's sexual assault trial. Nothing could adequately prepare the boy for Lester Mobey's meticulous cross-examination. The wily and experienced defence attorney never left a stone unturned and committed everything to win his last trial before retirement. The consequence of the jury's verdict has devastating and deadly implications for Tommy and his teacher as they both grappl... more
  • Last Stop until Milestoneville

    by Golden November

    This novel is based on and inspired by two unpublished Golden November book series.This book is to be acted out and not read; it is how Golden November novels work. Get ready for nonstop action, drama, and intriguing characters. This novel is a page-turner that you won’t be able to put down. 

  • Death At The Crossroads

    by PJ Donison
  • Death Comes For Christmas

    by PJ Donison
    A beloved aunt dies mysteriously. Fentanyl shows up in all the wrong places. Can a burned-out lawyer with a drinking problem figure out who killed Auntie Freda? Set in Regina, Saskatchewan, and Phoenix, Arizona, Death Comes for Christmas is a stand-alone mystery, Camelia Belmont’s Origin Story, and first in the series. This debut literary mystery is a soft-boiled whodunnit with a smart female sleuth, true-to-life characters, and insights into the opioid epidemic.
  • You've Got Blackmail

    by Albert Bell
    As Michael Donovan and Kate Foster try to figure out what their future holds after their return from Italy, Kate gains her mother's long-sought support to confront her adoptive father, who molested her when she was a child. Michael agrees to help a university colleague who is being blackmailed and has a secret he doesn't want even Michael to know. Is the brutal murder of a custodian linked to the blackmail?
  • From the Secret Nook to the Mountain Log House

    by Dorothy Murray
    Sergeant Kenkorry thought he’d found the perfect hideout in a secret log house in the dark wilderness of Deadman’s Mountain. He’d been sought for atrocities against his fellow sergeants and many innocent civilians in his war-torn country of Korenith. The sergeant, a fugitive and the subject of a worldwide manhunt, had remained in his mountain hideout until justice found him. A mysterious incident in the dead of night brought an end to the fugitive and his wife. His daughter escaped to the nearby... more
  • The Canal: A Suspenseful Thriller

    by Owen Smith
    When Bobby Parrish discovers severed body parts in the local canal, so begins a tangled web of events tethered to the darkest secrets of Lorendale—a town accustomed to delinquency, but unprepared for the truths to be pulled kicking and screaming into the light. The evidence points to only one suspect, a man whose questionable involvement in another suspicious death continues to haunt the community one decade later, yet whose exoneration and attempts to rebuild his life since have not spared him ... more