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  • The Opinion Page

    by David Ackley
    It never rains, but it pours in Portland, Oregon. At least that’s how it seems to Detective Galen Young. The police are already busy with several high-profile crimes, including the abduction of a four-year-old girl from a local shopping mall, when another person goes missing. Robert Armlin, the Opinion Page editor for the Oregon Sentinel was last seen exercising at his local fitness club on Saturday afternoon, and his frantic wife alerts the police about his failure to return home that eveni... more
  • Rich White Americans

    by Virginia Mariposa
    The protagonist spends the summer of 1963 in posh Montecito where her parents have bought a new home. She runs afoul of the psychopathic stepson of State Senator Norland but outwits him. Clever and fleet, she makes good use of her wits as he stalks her back in Berkeley where she has fallen in love with Albert Johnson, UC Berkeley's first black English professor. Her white supremacist mother joins forces with her wannabe molester. Together they plot to eliminate the professor, who has just asked ... more
  • The Souring of Sweet Charity

    by Vera Wilson
    The book highlights how the good intention and cause of a charity is mixed by a failure of governance. Can Gina change an island's law to bring the miscreants to justice.
  • The Case of the Deadly Seance

    by Ronald Rowbottom
    The story is set in the framework of the legal realities of the Canadian forensics and policing system, highlighting the intricacies of Canadian Law faced by Detective Tom Grant of the London Ontario police force as he and his partner work to solve the young girl's death. The Case of the Deadly Seance is the first in the Detective Tom Grant Series.
  • Lucy Spires: The Blind Detective

    by Peter Hamilton
    Detective Chief Inspector Lucy Spires, is working on complicated cases. She is blinded in a near fatal car accident. She is invited back to the Police Force, where she goes on to solve many complicated cases.
  • White's Novel

    by Peter Bourne
    White’s tale is about most of us: we come and go from the world without really, at any stage, trying to affect or change it, despite dreaming of what we would do if we had the chance. White has that chance. White’s Novel is about what happens as a result of him taking that chance. And, in the end, is he really so very different than the rest of us? He thinks he is!
  • Destinies

    by Nick Christophers
    “DESTINIES” Young, beautiful, and hardworking, Nina Iorizzo discovers her quiet world has been turned on its head after coming in contact with mobster Santangelo Furri. She must find the strength to approach her sudden threat head-on. Santangelo Furri, the cunning and ruthless soldier-turned-boss overnight, must face new challenges from rival factions while balancing his own “real” family. Lastly, Tommy Roberts, a successful attorney and... more
  • The Building on Second Avenue

    by Mark Kressner
    The opening of “The First Atheistic Church of New York” is The Building on Second Avenue. There was a time when religion kept families together. Today, all too often, religion divides generations within a family and pits one religion against another. This action-packed adventure explores the emotional impact on the individuals caught in the conflict as two families (one Christian, one Muslim) fight for the right to “bring up” a four-year-old grandson in their respective traditions. When his fa... more
  • The Haunting on Palm Court: An Isle of Palms Suspense

    by Stephanie Edwards
    After Blake Nelson catches her abusive fiancé, Parker, with another woman, she seeks serenity at her late grandmother’s beach cottage. He follows Blake to the island and attempts to kill her, but instead, he dies in an accident while fleeing the police. His malevolent spirit returns to the cottage to finish what he started. The haunting intensifies when Blake reconnects with her first love, Clint. Will Blake discover how to banish Parker before it’s too late?
  • Sirens of Memory

    by Puja Guha
    A character-driven international psychological thriller that combines Cape Fear with a refugee story during the Gulf War from Amazon bestseller Puja Guha. After being beaten nearly to death by her husband Tareq, Mariam awakes in a hospital to the two most frightening words, "You're pregnant." Fearing for her unborn child's safety, Mariam plans her escape only to have it complicated by the invasion of Iraqi troops into Kuwait. In the chaos, she leaves Tareq for dead and hides out in a refugee ... more
  • Blood on the Chesapeake

    by Randy Overbeck

    A Murder Mystery, a Ghost Story, and a Dangerous Romance all combine to make Blood on the Chesapeake a Suspense Thriller That You Just Cannot Put Down.

    Wilshire, Maryland seems like the perfect shore town on the Chesapeake Bay—quiet, scenic, charming—and promises Darrell Henshaw a new start in life and a second chance at love. That is, until he learns the town hides an ugly secret. A thirty-year-old murder in the high school. And a frightening ghost stalking his new office. ... more

  • Reilly's Bullet

    by Mack Owen
    The tale of a Dublin musician who, through forensic experimentation, develops a new feature to avoid police, detectives, and military from identifying the identity and location of a firearm, when used. Having demonstrated its capability in an assassination, he puts it up for auction to governments while on a concert tour.
  • Hearts of Men

    by M.M
    Hearts of Men moves with calculated grit and fierce velocity, stopping for rest only when it seems safe. It is a tale of seven unassuming, ordinary young men from all over North America. They awaken separately, one by one, in a vast, uncharted green wilderness. Disoriented and confused, they gradually stumble upon each other within the woods, and through their common plight, grow close. Armed with newfound friendships and relentless perseverance, the group must endure immense fatigue, extreme h... more
  • Blood on Their Hands

    by Bob Brink


    Bestselling author Bob Brink …

    A racist attorney faces a crisis of conscience – and danger – while reluctantly defending a Black man brutally beaten by police and charged with resisting arrest.

    Hiram Garbuncle is a veteran criminal defense attorney—as well as a racist, miserly alcoholic. His life revolves around hoarding money, following sports, pursuing sex, drinking—and the prideful practice of law.... more

  • Intertwined

    by Eric Suddoth
    Bethany, Mississippi, is a quaint, step-back-in-time type of town, where its only protection is the symbolic white picket fences. But even small communities have big secrets. Even the perfect family. And their white picket fences can’t protect them from the tragedies that lurk around the corner. When a mysterious stranger saves a young girl from drowning in a secluded river, the question rises is he trustworthy or not? Where did he come from? Why does he keep hanging around the twelve-year-ol... more
  • Midnight

    by H.L. Sudler
    Jonathan Hammond is handsome, well-off, professionally sound, and desired. But he is unhappy with his life, and as fate would have it, it's about to take a turn for the worse. Today is Jonathan Hammond's birthday, October 31. And despite a large party with lots of food, drink, music, and people, he becomes the target of murder. On his birthday. The deadline for his death is midnight.