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  • Thunderbolt (Miranda Chase #2)

    by M. L. Buchman
    The best ground-attack support fighter jets ever built—the A-10 Thunderbolt “Warthogs”—are falling out of the sky. The Air Force brass repeatedly schemes to decommission this low-tech jet. They’ve been blocked by soldiers, pilots, and Congress…so far. The “Hog” lies at the crux of a high-tech struggle for power. An interagency skirmish that now rapidly descends into a battle fought on a global scale. Miranda Chase, air-crash savant for the National Transportation Safety Board, and her team... more
  • The Last Disciple

    by James Holmes
    The Time is Near. The last thing Special Forces operator John Sunday expected to find taped to the body of a dead terrorist was a woman's portrait. The last thing Kat Devier expected to find beneath the paint was a lost gospel claiming the body of Jesus Christ is in a cave in Jordan. The clues lead to a cold, clay jar sealed in mud and kept hidden in the darkness for thousands of years. But what’s inside? And why does a man who cannot die walk the earth in search of it? The Last Discipl... more
  • With Dark Understandings: A Novel

    by Fazle Chowdhury

    A haunting political thriller with a unique storyline and memorable characters. Andres Orce is a former Lieutenant in the military and is presently running for the leadership of his party in Parliament. But the real ruling power is the military and the road to political victory is long, as many party members cannot abide by his nonpartisanship, favoring other candidates more malleable to their cause. Murder, destruction, power and greed rule in a political game full of epic consequences. ... more

  • Inside The Walls Save My Baby: Book 4

    by Crystal Anderson
    Dolly and Joe teenagers fall in love. Dolly is faced with being homeless teenage pregnant girl while Joe is in prison. Their baby is kidnapped from the Hospital and sold in the Black Market. Joe is released from prison and searches to save this baby. While searching for his baby, he discovers a Human Trafficking Organization.
  • Inside The Walls Book 5 Hope and Faith: Victim to Killer

    by Crystal Anderson
    Faith and Hope are twins. Faith is a victim of domestic violence and kills her husband. She fights to clear her name. She would convicted of murder and wrongfully sent to prison. She was only protecting herself. Hope is diagnosed with cancer and swaps places with Faith to provide Joy he home every child deserves. But will their secret come to light?
  • Inheriting Trouble

    by Dawn Smith
    Darcy Cooper doesn’t know why a small-town icon left her his house and land, but she does know it isn’t for the reason the suddenly circulating rumors suggest. She is trying hard to fit in—a task made harder when she finds a stash of heroin and becomes an unresolved problem for people that solve problems permanently. Sheriff Eli Whitepath’s looming reelection hinges upon catching the drug dealers and their suppliers in his county. As attacks against Darcy escalate, Eli fights to save his job—... more
  • The Fourth Rising (Peter Brandt Thrillers Book 3)

    by Martin Roy Hill
    On May 8, 1945, WWII in Europe ended with Germany’s surrender. But did the Nazi Party itself surrender? Some say no. 1943: A German ship moors in a clandestine anchorage in western Mexico with a cargo of gold intended to bribe the Mexican government into declaring war on the United States. When the attempt fails, the German vessel flees leaving its gold buried somewhere along the coast of the Sea of Cortés. 1997: The horrific murder of an old flame’s husband sets former war correspondent P... more

    by D. M. Borne
    When the body of a New York senator's daughter is found floating atop a pond in rural Backwater, Quebec, Canada, the Quebec Provincial Police, also known as the Surete du Quebec assigns the Montreal born and U. S. citizen Inspector Jacqui Simon to the case, and just like Jacqui, this murder investigation is more complex than it appears.
  • Manner of the Sundog

    by Ted Cabana
    Manner of the Sundog is a geopolitical Sci-Fi thriller (Polar Opera) about a young physicist living in a postmodern Antarctica. The story depicts life, culture and the political struggles following a century of intense climate change, war and social discord. Young physics prodigy, Bane Elrick, is thrown into a conflict between the Annortics governing body, ICS, and an imperialistic Union controlled by GRANT Corp. an aggressive multinational resource and trade company. The story is set around th... more
  • The Burden of Hate, An Annie Collins Mystery

    by Helen Starbuck
    Revenge. Hate. Fear. Not exactly traditional wedding gifts. But when convicted killer Ian Patterson escapes from prison, operating room nurse Annie Collins and fiancé assistant district attorney Angel Cisneros are forced to face these realities head on. The wedding plans are in motion but when events begin to unravel, including the mysterious disappearance of the priest, questions and fears begin to rise. Where is Ian Patterson? Will his quest for revenge toward the two people responsible fo... more
  • THE TRAP (The Griegg/Eastwood Mysteries Book 1)

    by A Wilson Steele
    American Alana Eastwood’s grandfather, and her only living relative, has taken ill at his home in Germany. Alana travels to be by his side, and while staying at his country cottage, she finds an unopened letter, postmarked 1945, that thrusts her into one of the most notable unsolved mysteries from postwar Germany. When people turn up dead, the local police are ill equipped to grasp the entire chain of events that the mysterious letter has put into play. It takes investigators Sigmund and And... more
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    by nick johns
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  • Caribbean Tears

    by Emiliya Ahmadova
    Sheila is a 35-year-old Trinidadian woman who has all she wants: a caring husband, Miguel, and two beautiful children. She is a housewife who has devoted her life to bringing up her children. But her life is turned upside down when her police-officer husband locks up the brother of a local gang leader, which triggers an attack on her family. Sheila is kidnapped and shipped to Venezuela, where she is sold to a brothel owned by a woman by the name of Bernadette. There her nightmare begins, as s... more
  • Caliphate Ave.

    by Leilani Graceffa

    ‘“Yes, Cheryl?” I reply, barely opening my eyes. She opens her other hand in front of me, revealing something mini, about the size of a June bug, in her palm.”’

    What would you do if you found this?

    College senior, Bradley Carleslie—posterior to being the prime suspect of a knotty murder trial—finds himself being the detective of a particular case after his little sister hands him a flash drive she found.

    Intending to... more

  • The President's Daughter

    by James Gordon

    In a narrative of suspense, action, and family secrets Madison Drinker will face the shadow of her own abusive past and the cloak and dagger world of “opposition research” as she risks more than just her life to learn the secret of the President’s Daughter. A real-world masochist, with social ties in the underground world of kink and fetish, Madison hides her emotional instability inside a high-stress and high-dopamine job in the world of opposition research or “oppo&r... more

  • Death in the Diamond Lane

    by Pete O'Donnell
    Mrs. E.J. DeLong is found nowhere on the World Wide Web. She also keeps to herself in person and flies private once a week from Silicon Valley to a dirt airstrip in a remote corner of Utah. I've been picking her up and dropping her off at San Francisco International Airport for four years now. How she caught the attention of my other passengers - all high-octane tech types - only became clear after somebody tried to kill me - for the third time. From patent trolls and VC's, to the FBI and ... more