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  • An American Tragedy

    by Dan Flanigan
    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished In the scorching summer of 1988, amidst the frenzy of the Satanic Panic gripping the nation, private detective O’Keefe finds himself thrust into a trial like no other. As he strives to establish his fledgling agency, the last thing he anticipates is being drawn into a harrowing legal battle. But when Virginia Montrose, “Miss Ginny” to her students and his daughter Kelly’s most beloved teacher, is accused of heinous crimes against her current and former students, O... more
  • Ghost Partner: Book 1

    by Brent Bohn
    Doug Martin and Tony Drake are detectives involved in a shootout with drug dealers. Tony is killed and Doug is also shot in the head but survives. When Tony's wife brings his lucky fifty-cent piece to Doug in the hospital, he can hear and see his old partner. They not only solve their case but a cold case of a murdered woman with the help of Doug's new African American female partner, Amy Foster.
  • What Lies We Keep

    by Janet Roberts
    Cybersecurity expert Ted McCord has been fired. He risked everything in a game far beyond his control. It's the last straw for Charlotte McCord, who's never understood her husband's addiction to the trappings of corporate life-the titles, the money, and the promise of visible success that he prefers over his family's ranch. Six months earlier, Ted did something unthinkable to gain a promotion and hid his actions from his wife. Now the guilty coconspirators have turned the tables on him. Ted c... more
  • Veil of Doubt

    by Sharon Virts
    When a mother is charged with murder in a town already convinced of her guilt, can defense attorney Powell Harrison find truth and justice in a legal system where innocence is not presumed? Emily Lloyd, a young widow in Reconstruction-era Virginia, is accused of poisoning her three-year-old daughter, Maud. It isn’t the first death in her home—her husband and three other children all died of mysterious illnesses—so when Maud succumbs to an unexplained malady, the town suspects foul play. Soon... more
  • Legacy of Lies: A John Moore Mystery

    by Ed Marohn
    The CIA sent John Moore to gather intelligence about China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Kenya. Instead, he stumbles into a deadly conspiracy by Somalian pirates and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to eliminate Moore’s Vietnamese friend, Colonel Tin. Assisted by Maasai warriors, he attempts to rescue the kidnapped Tin, a former NVA officer and enemy in the Vietnam War. His pursuit leads from Kenya to Zanzibar, but he soon becomes entangled with South African neo-Nazis, who plan to disrupt the ... more
  • ISBN-9798878904773

    by Julia Wood
    In the Possessed thriller series (Possessed, Still Possessed, Dispossessed, Repossessed, Obsessed—each ~85,000 words, complete), San Francisco publisher Mary Steff seeks a person to portray seven gynoids (female androids) to satisfy her fetish proclivities. She saves from suicide a failing actor/freelance writer, Robin Jinnes, who agrees in return to be owned by her, to become those fembots. Using a Hollywood F/X artist, Steff describes/trains the AI-powered gynoids Robin portrays: Caucasia... more
  • Attack from Within

    by James Bultema
    FROM THREE-TIME AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR JAMES BULTEMA – The gripping follow-up to the best seller, Sea of Red As the US eliminates top-tier terrorists in the heart of the Middle East, Iran plots retaliation, leveraging American Hezbollah operatives to unleash an insidious Attack from Within. Collaborating with a ruthless, narcotics-fueled Lebanese gang from Dearborn, Michigan, they brew a recipe for catastrophe.
  • Shadow House

    by Joseph Rielinger
    An unexpected visit from the daughter of an old mentor launches private detective Terry Luvello into one of the most intriguing cases of his career. Margaret Reasoner, the matriarch of one of Cleveland’s wealthiest and most politically connected families, has recently passed away. Not trusting any of her children, Margaret had added a clause in her will requiring a private inquest should her death take place under suspicious circumstances. Hired to investigate, Terry spends a week at the Reas... more

    by Gene Koon


    You have heard of Garris Kelley, but you shouldn’t have.

    The last thing a covert CIA operative wants is to become an overnight sensation. But once President Cahill exposed him on social media for killing an international drug cartel kingpin, this became Kelley’s new norm.

    Coming to Senator Frank Beemer’s aid after a mass shooting on the MAX, Portland’s metro-transit train, G... more

  • Holy City

    by Richard Helms
    Five years ago, Charleston Police Detective Whitlock tossed his badge and gun on his chief’s desk and walked away from the job after making a fateful career-ending choice between honor and duty. Now a successful private detective in the Holy City, Whitlock is hired by multibillionaire industrialist Tucker Donovan for a special search. A woman Donovan lost four decades earlier has recently died, but not before reaching out to tell Donovan she had his daughter, and that she is alive. The only hi... more
  • The Peace Talk

    by Nina Blakeman
    They made a mistake. Some might call it an error in judgement, others call it murder. As adults, Andy, Gary, Hal, and Monty are defined by the events of a single day on the banks of the Arkansas River that followed their high school graduation. As each man struggles to establish himself—in love, in family, in career, in society—a shadow of lies and secrecy looms. The lives of four men are bound together by a shared past—and a deadly assault. Every year, the men meet prior to a vigil that mem... more
  • Murder at Mistlethwaite Mannor

    by AJ Skelly
    Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None meets The Gilded Age in this delicious, suspenseful murder mystery. When Lady Emma Grace Hastings receives a much-coveted invitation to the most auspicious Christmas party of the season—one that comes with a 10,000 pound prize for the winner of a mysterious game—she cannot believe her good fortune. But as the guests are assembled at Mistlewaithe Manor, the chilling intent of the game is revealed. Each guest has cause for alarm, because all of them... more
  • The Guest House: A Psychological Thriller

    by Bonnie Traymore
    He holds out his business card, and she plucks it from his fingers without touching them. “Hope to see you around, Allie Dawson,” he says. That was over a month ago. It seemed too good to be true, but Allie told herself to ignore the nagging feeling in her gut. That was her first mistake. When she saw Laura Foster’s email welcoming her into a cohort of grant recipients, Allie literally jumped for joy. She was headed to Silicon Valley with a chance to bring her innovative product to market... more
  • Head Case

    by Bonnie Traymore
    Never make a major life decision in the wake of emotional turmoil. Cassie Romano learned this the hard way, leaving sunny San Diego for a teaching position at a private school in the Catskill Mountains in upstate New York, after a painful break-up left her heart-broken and in need of a change. It all seemed so perfect in June when she came to interview. But now it’s December, and she’s stranded on top of a mountain surrounded by snow, ice, and acres of wilderness, lonelier than ever and b... more
  • Sutherland's Crossing - A Beau Crenshaw Detective Series

    by Gwen Kelly
    Set in steamy Charleston, South Carolina, the mysterious disappearance of a twin daughter to wealthy socialites has the town ablaze with rumor and conspiracy. What began as a missing person’s case now has Detective Beau Crenshaw heading in a different direction when a body turns up at a swamp. The pattern of death is eerily similar to Mary’s, an unsolved murder from years earlier. The collision of similarities too great to be a coincidence makes him suspect he is chasing the same person, b... more
  • The Jericho Manuscript

    Cannon Alfred Lilley is brutally murdered in London, and the Jericho manuscript he was translating is missing. The trail leads well-known detective, Sherlock Holmes and his excitable friend, Dr. Watson to Paris where the murderer is killed but the manuscript has changed hands. Clues lead the intrepid detective and Watson south to the Languedoc to confront the dreaded Dominican monks who supervised the horrifying tortures and burnings of thousands of Christian Cathars in the area. Since Holmes ... more