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  • Fear Itself

    by jay fitzpatrick
  • Atomic Night: A Chad Kidd Desert Thriller

    by Bruce Perry
    Tequila-loving, Kawasaki-riding Chad Kidd investigates the killing of a friend's daughter and ex-wife. Sprawling desert noir setting, a hard-boiled cast.
  • The Advent of Elizabeth

    by Tim Jollymore
    wenty-four years have passed since the murdered girl was buried. The classmate who confessed to the stabbing is doing time. The families moved out of town. All over? Case closed? Justice done? Not so fast. As they converge on their California high school's 100th annivesary celebration, cryptic notes unsettle members of the “Class of '67.” Some begin to question what they thought they knew. Could the convicted Doug Brandling have confessed to murder to cover for someone else? Does his accus... more
  • Contempt of Court

    by Ken Malovos
    Sacramento trial lawyer, Mike Zorich, is finally coming to grips with the death of his wife from cancer five years ago. There is a new woman in his life. His son is making his way in the business world. HIs law practice is going well. Then things go wrong. Mike becomes the target of some unexplained personal attacks. He is mugged and his house is ransacked. Is it someone connected to a case, or an old client from his years in the Public Defender's Office? Then Mike is held in contempt of court ... more
  • One Night In Amboise (Mike Zorich) (Volume 3)

    by Ken Malovos
    Judge Jim Hansen has a secret, one he has been hiding for almost forty years. While he was a student at an overseas campus program in Amboise, France, he was accused of rape and murder. After returning home, it se3ems as if everyone asks about his past. Meanwhile, his accuser, Corinne Larson, doubts her own actions and seeks professional help. Then it all comes undone for both of them. Now Judge Hansen is on trial for murder and he must confront the allegations from his past. He asks noted trial... more
  • A Cold Wind Down the Grey

    by Wendy M. Wilson
    New Zealand 1888: After he is forced into retirement, Inspector William Henry James walks along the Wanganui River remembering an old case from the gold-mining town of Greymouth where he was in charge of the police camp. James was warned that a gang was about to commit a robbery and forced them to leave town. The gang went on to murder five men in one of the colony's most notorious crime sprees. Even worse, they left behind the body of a young surveyor who had been missing for several weeks. The... more
  • Sweet Justice (Mike Zorich)

    by Ken Malovos
    Retired Judge Robert Tilson has been murdered and the police have no clues. HIs daughter, Kathy Lamb, goes to work to find his killer. Meanwhile, Judge Jim Hansen is back on the bench after the charge of murder has been dismissed. Who killed Judge Tilson and who killed the woman Judge Hansen was once accused of killing? Mike Zorich, along with Kathy Lamb's help, gets to the bottom of things after some sensational jury trials and not before a killer strikes gain.
  • Accidental Encounters

    by George Friesen
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Dave Bigelow, an attorney in New York who is on a cruise in the Aegean Sea, innocently relates a story to a woman, a friend of a friend whom he is meeting for the first time, and finds himself entangled in a murder case involving one of Turkey?s leading companies and the highest levels of the Turkish government. A few weeks later, on a business trip to Mexico City, he unexpectedly encounters his estranged brother in a restaurant. His brother is sec... more
  • Murder in Sun City

    by Sidney Frost
    Liz Helmsley is naturally nosy. That's probably why she's known internationally for solving crimes. The bulletin board in the red double-decker bus, now a bookmobile, highlights her most famous cases. The last case she worked on changed her life. That's when she met and married Samuel and moved to his farm in nearby Georgetown, Texas. After she retired from her job as director of library services in Austin, Texas, he bought the bookmobile for her so she could continue being close to books and re... more

    by Libby Sternberg

    Murder, passion, music and war combine in this riveting story of a troubled pianist who doesn’t know if he’s a murderer...

    EDGAR-NOMINATED AUTHOR LIBBY STERNBERG tells the brooding tale of a classical pianist-turned-conductor who cannot remember the night his nemesis was murdered. Did he commit the crime—or did an enchanting soprano do it, a woman with whom he is falling in love? In the fall of 1941, as war creeps ever closer, his freedom and happiness depend on his ab... more

  • To Hell with Johnny Manic

    by Andrew Diamond
    John Manis, aka Johnny Manic—charming, stylish, impulsive, and reckless—is racked with guilt over the secret he doesn't dare tell. Marilyn Dupree, passionate and volatile, has too much money and the wrong husband. Johnny and Marilyn have a chemistry like nitrogen and glycerine, and that makes Detective Lou Eisenfall very uneasy. A twisting tale of deception, murder, and psychological suspense that barrels along at breakneck pace, Johnny Manic is a throwback to the classic crime fiction of Raymo... more
  • Toluidine Blue: A Novel

    by Evelyne Keating
    Adeline Donovan thought she had her life planned out and was soon to marry. When her plans took an abrupt turn, she was devastated but also willing to accept the opportunity to follow a bigger dream, that of becoming a Forensic Nurse Examiner. Her dream becomes her reality, while living in historic Fell's Point in Baltimore, with her best friend, Rachel. TOLUIDINE (tol-u-deen) BLUE encompasses the collaborative efforts between law enforcement and Forensic Nurse Examiners. Forensic nurses bridge ... more
  • Finding Nowhere

    by Jeff Wade

    He asked of God what he’d silently asked the killer. Of course there was no reply. There never was.

    Master Pastor, who is neither a master nor a ... more

  • Casey Vice: Spitfire of Vengeance

    by Joseph Rousell
    Casey Vice: Spitfire of Vengeance is a crime novel centered around a 23-year-old detective called Casey Vice, nicknamed the Spitfire of Vengeance. When she was eight, her parents were murdered in a shooting in front of their home. Casey, her brother, and younger sister were left as orphans. As an adult, Casey dedicates her life to fighting organized crime. A certified workaholic, she follows in her father's footsteps, working in the Criminal Intelligence Organized Crime Unit in Saturn City, ... more
  • The Water

    by Nancy Jackson
    …Finally, her body could fight no more and it relaxed, taking in the water that it had fought so hard to refuse. Peace came at last as her body slumped and her limbs went limp. He no longer had to fight to hold her head underwater. It was done now. He released her hair, letting her head fall. Stepping back, the realization that he had once again failed hit him hard. She was not clean; she was dead… Once again Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents Carrie Border and Randy Jeffries are ... more
  • Valley of Spies

    by Keith Yocum
    A missing tourist is just the beginning… When an American woman vanishes in New Zealand, it perplexes authorities. There is no body, no witness and no motive. But what looks like a sad, unfortunate case of foul play, slowly turns into something darker. The missing tourist is a female psychologist under contract from the CIA to see employees in strictest confidence. Was her disappearance a random act of violence, or an act of international espionage? Does someone want to know her patients’ ... more