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  • The Euro Option

    by Jeffry Weiss
    5) THE EURO OPTION – 96,464 words Fact: A few days before 9/11, a number of unidentified people invested heavily in the stocks of American and Untied Airlines and Transamerica Insurance. They bought “put options” in the belief that the stocks would drop in price. After the attack, those men made 22.7 million dollars. Fast forward to the present… Fiction: A brilliant economist has been fired and disgraced by the EU. He is planning his revenge. He will buy “put options” on the... more
  • Kit 'n Kat: The Nose Knows

    by Linda Felton Steinbaum
    Life hasn’t always been easy for 13 year old Katherine (Kat). Her dad died when she was young, they struggled to make ends meet, and recently her mother remarried and moved them to a new home far away from her friends. Being miserable and lonely, she was allowed to adopt a dog from the local shelter. She chooses Kit, a shy, nervous, funny looking, older puppy that no body wanted. Kit, as Kat found out, has a special gift, a very powerful nose. Together they become an unlikely search and rescue t... more
  • The Archfiend Artifact (The AEON Files Book 1)

    by Selena IR Drake
    Ever since her parents' bizarre murder, Cybil Starr has been stuck with her horrible grandmother. Now, on the cusp of her fifteenth birthday, Cybil has a new problem. Lately, new abilities have begun to manifest themselves in spectacular and terrifying ways. And worse, she can't control them. So when a vision shows her the theft of a hideous mirror, she’s not sure what to make of it. That is until a stranger saunters in with information linking the stolen artifact to Cybil's family. She learn... more
  • The Shockoe Slip Gang: A Mystery

    by Patricia Cecil Hass
    Twelve year-old Sally Corbett and her younger brother Andrew's bucolic summer routine in Richmond, Virginia is shattered when thieves steal a collection of antique colonial era toys, some owned by the Founding Fathers, believed to have been used to communicate coded messages between spies in secret from the British before the American Revolution.
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  • I Know When You're Going To Die

    by Michael J. Bowler
    Leonardo Cantrell is a painfully shy sixteen-year-old who cannot look people in the eye. One night while he’s volunteering at a homeless shelter, an old man forces eye contact and gives Leo the power to see Death. His best, and only, friend—J.C. Rivera—thinks this new power is cool until Leo accidentally looks into J.C.’s eyes and “sees” his murder, a murder that will occur in less than two weeks. Stunned and shaken, the two boys sift through clues in Leo’s “vision” in a desperate effort to fi... more
  • Deadly Enterprise: A Mike Stoneman Thriller

    by Kevin G. Chapman
    THE NUDE GIRL THEY FISHED OUT OF THE EAST RIVER had a rap sheet for theft, drugs, and prostitution. Nobody gave her much attention, until Medical Examiner Michelle McNeill deemed the death suspicious and NYPD detective Mike Stoneman agreed to investigate. Meanwhile, the high-profile murder of a Bronx bodega owner has the City in a race-based fury and that case has everyone’s attention. When both investigations run into mysterious obstacles, Mike and his partner, Jason Dickson, start to wonder... more
  • Molls Like It Hot

    by Darren Dash
    Eyrie Brown used to serve in the Army, until a tragic loss forced him to return to civilian life earlier than planned. Now he drives one of London's iconic black cabs. On a dark, wet night, he gives a lift to a wounded gangster, and everything changes from that point on. When the gangster gets in touch some time later, offering Eyrie a small fortune if he will take care of a mysterious young woman for a few nights, Eyrie is suspicious and hesitant. He can see trouble ahead, but the money wil... more
  • Breaking Ava Lake

    by K. P. Ambroziak
    From as far back as Nolon can remember, he has been under Alexander’s rule. Ever since they were children, and Alexander watched him accidentally kill a man. He got away with the murder only to find himself serving a different kind of life sentence, as the plaything to Alexander’s whims. Alexander’s demands have always been unreasonable, but now as a colleague in Nolon’s father’s law firm, he is making Nolon’s life untenable. Nolon knows he won’t be free of Alexander unless he can dig up dirt... more
  • The Naked Truth: A Humorous Romantic Mystery (Emily Potens Mysteries Book 2)

    by Maggie Aldrich
    The love of her life. A mysterious note. An uninvited guest. What do these things all have in common? They show up at Emily Potens’ wedding. Emily’s parents died two years ago in a tragic one-car accident. No witnesses. No bodies. Just a car pulled from the bayou. Ready to settle into her comfortable new life after that tumultuous time, the arrival of a strange note— supposedly penned by her father—makes Emily holler out a big “What the #$@%*?!” Are her parents alive? If so, why are... more
  • Serf and Turf: A Silicon Valley Mystery (Book 3)

    by Marc Jedel
    He's afraid of losing his girlfriend. But maybe he should be more concerned about the dead body she's crying over? Marty Golden can barely string a voicemail message together, let alone keep up with his new love. This quirky uncle's hectic Silicon Valley lifestyle needs a reboot when a youth league soccer game becomes a murder scene. And nothing can stop him from donning his amateur sleuth uniform when he discovers his sweetheart used to have quite a thing for the dead guy ... With a not-s... more
  • Death on the Danube: a Bella Sarver Mystery

    by Barbara Lipkin

    "The past is never dead. It's not even past." William Faulkner said it first, but Bella realizes how true that sentiment is while visiting the Belvedere Museum in Vienna and viewing examples of “degenerate art,” so-defined by Adolph Hitler back in the 1930’s.  In fact, reminders of the Nazi era are everywhere in Eastern Europe, and Bella finds that the events of that time are still exerting their influence t... more

  • ill-fated

    by Jody Wenner
    When Shana’s father joins a cult, she tries to find someone, anyone who will help her. Unsuccessful, she takes on the monumental task of fixing it herself. Eventually, she gets some support from the families of the other followers. Adding to her problems, the person she connects with the most is the leader’s son. She figures that's the worst of it, until the rest of the group is found dead, and her dad is charged with eleven counts of first-degree murder and arson. With the trial looming, everyt... more
  • Vengeance: When All That's Left Is Revenge

    by Frank McRae
    After successfully stopping one of the Midwest’s most heinous serial killers Mark Shaw, Inspector Ed Cassidy finds himself on the short list for Lieutenant. The celebration of his promotion would be short lived however, as the deceased serial killer’s torch was picked up by a zealous admirer. She seeks justice for Shaw’s demise by flawlessly executing a diabolical plan while taking on the persona of a black widow spider leaving no witness behind. The scorned lover is a brilliant chemical enginee... more
  • The Hour of Fatality

    by LeAnne McKinley
    Thornfield Hall is not the only mansion hiding a perilous secret. Charlotte Brontë's literary heroine, Jane Eyre, is newly married to Mr. Rochester, but her honeymoon bliss is marred when a dangerous outbreak of typhoid fever threatens her life. To escape their disease-ridden house, Mr. Rochester departs with her to the nearest refuge open to them: Ingram Park, home of the haughty and beautiful Blanche Ingram. Jane isn't expecting a warm reception from her aristocratic hosts, but she hardl... more
  • OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD: An Al and Mick Forte Story

    by Alex S. Avitabile
    OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD introduces two cousins, Al Forte and Mick Forte, one an attorney and the other a semi-reformed Mafioso, who both grew up back in the day on the mean streets of South Brooklyn. In this Brooklyn tale, this odd couple team up against a powerful and conniving bully to seek justice for a woman who says the bully impregnated her and fathered a child.

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