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  • Murder at Tregowyn Manor

    by G.G. Vandagriff
    Winter of 1935 finds Oxford archaeologist, Sonny Nichols, under arrest for the theft of a priceless Roman relic from a dig in Cornwall. Catherine Tregowyn and her sleuthing partners Harry and Dot go to his aid. Almost immediately an anonymous telegram threatens Catherine’s life. Dot’s cousin has involved himself in something deadly. Undeterred, they motor down to the dig in Cornwall which is on Catherine’s estranged father’s estate. Shortly after their arrival, someone viciously attacks Catheri... more
  • IT AMC Dubai

    by John Mathew
    One of the main features of IT support spectrum include Enhanced protection of company data and devices of our business.we will get expert solution for the technology needs and security. There are many reasons for the importance of it support. Data management is an important duty in any it firm. So in this world of cyber attacks and data leakage , it is very important to keep the data safe. An it support professional helps in attaining this. No organization can run smoothly without an IT support... more
  • lock out tag out station in uae

    The machine can release hazardous energy while operating or repairing the machines.There are different standards that depicts minimum requirements for controlling hazardous energy like electricity,gas etc.for these the procedure lokout tagout are introduced.This ensure the employees have lock out machines before servicing or maintaining them.The lock out tag out station in uae company will train the employees on the program an... more

    by Jane Rosenberg LaForge
    When the beloved pop star Jasmine is found murdered in the Hollywood Hills, the police know they want to interview her stalker, a former girlfriend: Barbara Ross. But Barbara, who was a punk rocker in the early days of the movement in L.A., is now bedridden and dying of cancer. Her sister, a retired ballerina, says it's not possible that Barbara could have any involvement. As she navigates a media circus, an onslaught of well-wishers and police interrogations, Barbara's sister relives their riva... more
  • Cash Grab

    by Scott Lyerly
    Katy Gingrich is a college student by day and diner waitress. It's not an easy balancing act, but she's making it work. That is, until a gunman walks into the diner one night demanding money, and killing when he doesn't get what he's after. Katy is part of the carnage, among those shot and left for dead. But against the odds, she survives, and learns that she was shot over a case of mistaken identity and five million dollars in missing mob money. It's a hard road to recovery, but she gets out of... more
  • Wooden Box Manufacturer in uae

    by Wooden Pallets
    Wooden Pallets are mainly used to transport goods being positioned in transport vehicles. It is mainly used in the transportation of medical vegetables and food items. Wooden pallets are also used in manufacturing and assembling business to transport light weight materials. There are different types of pallets that are treated in different way. The wooden pallets can also be used in outdoors if they are stained. Mainly used in cargo field to ensure that your packet are delivered safe .they are e... more
  • Raven's Flesh

    by Robert J. Wolfe

    Under a Raven's eye, the immolation of a physicist in a remote Arctic cabin sucks Nick John and anthropologist Camilla Mac Cleary toward global climate disaster, or Earth's survival. Book Five of the Falling Walrus mysteries.

  • Seals' Blood

    by Robert J. Wolfe

    A child's frozen arm discovered by seal hunters threatens to unleash an ancient scourge unless Nick John and anthropologist Camilla Mac Cleary can uncover its deadly source. Book Four of the Falling Walrus mysteries.

  • Crip Cyn

    by Toni Pacini

    Crip Cyn 

    Cynamenell, Cyn, is just a useless, crippled, orphaned, mill-village girl, to the folks in her community. Until she kills the rapist, takes on her murderin’ daddy, opens her neighbor’s closed minds, and warms their stone-cold hearts.  

    One sweet intelligent girl can wield unimaginable powers over evil. 

  • CoVid: a novel of surgical suspense (McBride #3)

    by Richard Van Anderson

    CoVid19 was not an accident. Its successor, the highly lethal and contagious CoVid23, is not a mutation of CoVid19. China would like us to believe the passage of 19 from animal to human was random and 23 is a natural mutation of 19. The United States wants us to believe both 19 and 23 are weaponized versions of a harmless coronavirus released during a botched Chinese bioweapons experiment. It will be up to Dr. David Aaronson, the new surgeon in the desert town of Fallon, Nevada—home to ... more

  • Development

    by Paul Backalenick
    This mystery/suspense story tells the tale of a suburban Connecticut family in the 1970s. Hank Latour is unhappily married, disconnected from his teenage daughters, stuck in a banking career, and in debt. He invests in a real estate project he should have avoided, and as his family disintegrates, he learns a lesson about love and redemption. A well-crafted novel, it contains an underlying message about how mankind's burgeoning land development exacts a devastating price from nature and beauty.
  • Two For The Road: An Adam Fraley Mystery

    by Henry Hoffman

    Private investigator Adam Fraley and his colleague, Tamra Fugit, the woman to whom he is engaged, travel vastly different paths, as they take on two seemingly unrelated missing person cases. The trails take them through idyllic lands darkened by underworld intrigue, twisted relationships, carnal temptation, physical danger, and personal tragedy. Such are the legal ramifications they confront during their crossing of both state and international boundaries, that the FBI is eventually drawn int... more

  • Seized: A Kieran Yeats Mystery

    by Linda J. Wright
    When animal crimes investigator Kieran Yeats takes on the case of Captain Isobel “Izzy” Tremblay, a decorated Canadian Air Force pilot shot down over Iraq, she enters a frightening world of international terrorism. Jihadists, or Daesh as they call themselves, have followed Izzy from Iraq to her home in Victoria, Canada, kidnapped her PTSD dog Beatrice, and sent a note demanding money for her safe return. “We are Daesh,” they proudly proclaim in their ransom note. “We have seized your dog. But ha... more
  • Murder on Cathedral Hill, 5th Pete Culnane Mystery

    by S.L. Smith
    Four beautiful, adolescent girls are trapped in a prison built with lies. Their nemesis is murdered at the St. Paul Crashed Ice competition. Will readers celebrate? The assailant disappears into the crowd. The girls’ apprehension about sharing any information poses a challenge for Saint Paul investigators Pete Culnane and Martin Tierney. Mining for details about the victim, the search for the murderer takes Pete and Martin from Gainesville, Florida to Rochester, Minnesota, and northward... more
  • Dishonor Thy Father

    by Mike Robinson and M. J. Richards

    A 15-year-old Iranian girl is viciously attacked by her father for holding a boy’s hand. In running to escape certain death, she undertakes a dangerous journey to a new land with unfamiliar customs, where she must hide the truth from everyone she meets.

    Twenty years later, amid racial tensions in a Los Angeles hospital, a female Muslim doctor is murdered, sparking a controversial police investigation. The lead investigator, Detective Michael Tucci, finds himself compromising both ... more

  • Familiar

    by T. J. Blake
    For as long as she can remember, Arabella has communicated with those who exist only in memory. Being the centre of attention growing up was uncomfortable, and now, as a renowned psychic medium, it is becoming more of a struggle. Arabella’s ability and reputation always made it impossible to hold onto lasting relationships, but with those who no longer walk this earth, that’s not the case. Arabella returns to where it all began fifteen-years before – on the very same stage. After an evenin... more