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  • The Garage Guerrilla

    by Collin Pearce

    When the motiveless killing of a woman in her garage confuses the investigators of Riverwood, Colorado, Detective Sean Kennedy begins to move on from the case. But after another woman is found, followed by a third, he quickly realizes that he’s onto something much bigger than he had ever anticipated. With the body count rising, Sean does everything he can to end the nightmare.

    Nearly fifty years later, Detective Jake Caldwell walks onto his first day on the job. Assigned with revi... more

  • The Detective Next Door

    by W.C. Gordon
    An accidental murder, a dismembered corpse, and a web of lies haunts this gripping debut from Gordon. The protagonist is a regular cop who likes to do his duty with as much diligence as possible and be left alone otherwise. What when a break-in turns deadly, the fact that he, a white cop, killed a man of color forces him to cover up the murder. As the police investigation closes in, he finds himself scrambling to come up with an escape plan. With his experience as a law enforcement officer, Gord... more
  • Spider's Web

    by Shannon Condon
    Over three years have passed since Maggie's near fatal injury. She is restless running the team's special ops missions from the safety of the Grid. No sooner does she re-enter the real world than her past finds her. In an instant, Maggie's life is forever changed. Unsure who to trust, Maggie tries to navigate her new reality. Will she be able to choose her future or will she remain trapped in the web of enemies she has created?
  • Dead Ball: A Novel of Murder and Passion

    by GP Hutchinson

    "[Dead Ball is] a historically based murder mystery with plenty of surprises--and with a beautiful romantic subplot." --Gary Livacari, author of Reflections on the 1919 Black Sox

    In 1912, in a meaningless late-season game between two bottom-of-the-pack National League teams, talented rookie pitcher Hal Gerecke throws a fastball he'll regret as long as he lives.

    Rube Wannamaker, the popular plate-crowding batter H... more

  • Buffalo Dance

    by GP Hutchinson

    "an immersive and exciting historical work that weaves in layers of action, adventure, suspense, and mystery...a highly original and enjoyable western novel." - K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

    Cimarron Jack Wheatley is one of 1890s America's most popular Wild West show stars. When a visiting European royal sees Wheatley perform, he decides he must have the showman as chief scout on a goodwill buffalo-hunting expedition on the high plains of C... more

  • The Buffalo Pilot

    by Lawrence A. Colby
    MILITARY FLYING— THE RISKIEST CAREER OF THEM ALL. More military pilots die in training than at war. Air Force Reserve Major Ford Stevens is a veteran military pilot, upholding the prestigious family practice of service to the nation in the face of danger. His younger brother, Charlie, a fresh Lieutenant out of pilot training, joins the family tradition seeking to prove himself. With the rivalry still strong, all he wanted to do was follow his big brother’s footsteps… Now,... more
  • Shattered Lion

    by Benjamin Kushner

    Dutch international soccer player Jan VanRijn thinks he has moved past the tragedy and pain that shaped his childhood. Following a pre-World Cup friendly in the U.S., Jan plans to spend a week visiting his older sister, Anja. His life takes a dramatic turn with Anja’s sudden and violent kidnapping by a sinister organization known only as The Society. He is recruited by a shadowy counter organization to take out The Society's leader, a prominent US Government Official. 

  • The End of America’s War in Afghanistan

    by Ted Halstead
    Three Russian agents are trying to stop nuclear weapons stolen from Pakistan by the Taliban. The Taliban wants to use the stolen weapons to force America out of Afghanistan for good, and return to power in Kabul. Will nuclear strikes in multiple locations across Afghanistan let them succeed? Or can Russian agents and American special forces stop the Taliban in time?
  • Between Justice and Time

    by Victor P Unda
    Author Victor P. Unda masterfully blends genres in the tumultuous, Nazi-hunting thriller in Between Justice and Time. What begins as a young man's childhood reflections on family and the uncertainty of growing up in the 1930s becomes a spiraling drama of survival and purpose in a war-torn world. From a childhood in California and Chicago to young adulthood in Spain, readers watch the narrator grow up in awe of his father, the legendary Rick, and the mystique around his secretive work grows as t... more
  • Newgate's Knocker: An Aviation Thriller

    by Greg W Peterson

    FBI special agent Bob Capone's hand-picked team of experts work feverishly through the night to connect a curious electronic box, the Bennetti crime family, and Empire Airline captain Mike Nicholson. As the sun sneaks the first light into the nation's capitol, Capone is finally able to make sense of the myriad of bizarre events brought to his desk during the long night. Flight 855 will depart Chicago in only minutes, and the horrific nightmare will begin to unfold. Capone knows that h... more

  • Engage at Dawn: First Contact

    by Edward Hochsmann

    The discovery of a drug-runner's derelict boat, with extensive and inexplicable damage, leads young Coast Guard Officer Ben Wyporek and his crew on a dangerous mission to locate a crashed alien vessel before a transnational criminal organization, known as the 252 Syndicate, can find it. Driven by a mysterious government agent obsessed with secrecy, the crew of the aging Coast Guard Cutter Kauai is ill-prepared to handle the mission. The operation quickly turns into a li... more

  • The Easter Confession

    by Charles Monagan
    On Easter Eve 1955, young Connecticut priest Father Hugh Osgood gets a disturbing visit to his confessional and soon finds himself plunging into a world of high-end art thievery and murders - as well as a mystery that only he can solve. He sets out to piece together the deadly puzzle, but just as he begins, the strangest thing happens - the stolen paintings, a Manet, then a Monet, then a Degas, start coming back. From there, it becomes a fast-paced race to the finish as Father Osgood balances hi... more
  • Child of Sorrow

    by Melinda Clayton
    When fourteen-year-old foster child Johnathan Thomas Woods is suspected of murder, an old letter and a tacky billboard advertisement lead him to the office of attorney Brian Stone. Recognizing the sense of hopelessness lurking under John’s angry façade, Stone is soon convinced of his innocence. When John offers up his lawn-mowing money as payment, Stone realizes this is a case he can’t refuse. In the face of overwhelming evidence assembled by the prosecution, Stone and his team find themselve... more
  • The Ancestor

    by Lee Matthew Goldberg
    A man wakes up in present-day Alaskan wilderness with no idea who he is, nothing on him save an empty journal with the date 1898 and a mirror. He sees another man hunting nearby, astounded that they look exactly alike except for his own beard. After following this other man home, he witnesses a wife and child that brings forth a rush of memories of his own wife and child, except he's certain they do not exist in modern times-but from his life in the late 1800s. After recalling his name is Wyatt... more
  • Indirect Objects

    by David Allen Edmonds


    As Joe Lehrer accepts an award from the Stradford Schools PTA, a Russian drug gang fire-bombs a house in his neighborhood. Joe doesn’t realize the house was a drug distribution site, but does know he earned the award for exposing a prostitution ring that preyed on high school girls.

    Back at Stradford High School, Joe gets ribbed about the award by his fellow teachers. Beneath the mirth, the teachers are stressed their salary may depend upon State Test results. A rumor... more

  • The Girl Behind the Wall--Edgar Allan Poe, the Girl, and the Mysterious Raven Murders

    by Bruce Wetterau
    Did Edgar Allan Poe know more about murder than he revealed in his bizarre stories of murder and mayhem? Was he in fact guilty of killing a girlfriend in a fit of rage many years before he became famous? Bruce Wetterau’s taut thriller weaves a murder mystery worthy of Poe himself as it follows Poe through actual events in the last months of his life. The year 1849 saw the real-life Poe dealing with his alcoholism, failing health, poverty, and painful memories of his recently deceased child-bri... more