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  • A Roman Death

    by Joan O'Hagan

    Skullduggery and scheming in Ancient Rome on the eve of Caesar's assassination.

    Historical thriller set in Ancient Rome. In 45 BC, Julius Caesar is at the height of his power. Lucius Scaurus, the young, good-looking fiancé of a high-society girl is poisoned at the couple's own pre-wedding banquet. In the trial that follows, Roman society is shocked when the girl's mother, Helvia, is accused of not only of murder, but of incest. Cicero comes to Helvia's defence, bu... more

  • The Marijuana Murders

    by Mark S. Bacon
    Theme park exec Kate Sorensen finds a body in the park’s garage. Then she must decide if the park should endorse one of two competing campaigns to legalize pot in Arizona. Political dirty tricks, multiple murder suspects and possible drug smugglers spark a fast-moving mystery set in Nostalgia City, a theme park that re-creates an early ‘70s town.
  • Kakorrhaphiophobia

    by Chris Devito
    One instant. A single flash of twisted metal and steel is all it takes to shatter Jennifer’s life forever. The drunk driver took her husband’s life but she lives on. Depression. Survivor guilt. Anxiety. They all take their hold like vice grips. Jennifer has gone from being an investment banker in Manhattan and having nerves of steel, to not being able to perform the simplest tasks without feeling the most crippling fear. To escape her despair and anxiety, she has moved to a small southern ... more
  • The Boring Days and Awesome Nights of Roy Winklesteen

    by Sally Dill
    According to nightlifer Roy Winklesteen, daylifers have no idea what they're missing. So, when a 2 a.m. glance out his bedroom window reveals a neighbor is hiding a secret of mythic proportions, Roy's summer break looks a lot more exciting. Seeking a cure for being the most ignored kid in all of fifth grade, Roy knows an awesome adventure will surely get him noticed in middle school. He watches and waits for the perfect time to move in for a closer look at the mysterious man who lives one street... more
  • Attack of the Lambs

    by Tom Olsinski
    A masked man shoots up a packed church where the pastor and parishioners perish. Former detective Harry Powell shoots the assailant causing him to flee. When authorities settle on an unlikely suspect, church leaders are skeptical. Concerned that other attacks may come, they hire Powell to partner with ex-nun Maggie O’Connor to investigate. The agnostic gun-wielding Powell and the peace-loving O'Connor must overcome their disparities to solve the case. During this pursuit, they grow closer as the... more
  • Secrets

    by John Callas
    Opens in 1942 on a mission to Nazi headquarters in Berlin. Under cover, GUS and a group of American soldiers easily infiltrate the building. Gus discovers crucial documents, which are beyond who wins or loses the war. It is essential these documents are delivered to his superiors. Their cover is blown and all are killed in the escape except Gus. In N.Y., present day, JOE, Gus's son, and CHRISTINA make intense love then lay in bed talking. They have fallen in love but on this particular ev... more

    by Dee Kearney
    Sam Cray, a streetwise and earthy detective looks upon the eighth victim of a serial killer they are starting to call the Illinois Butcher. Ruthless and vicious, the killings are particularly twisted. Yet has he made his first mistake? The killer leaves a trademark on every victim, a daisy tied with a yellow ribbon. Only this time he has sullied a previously unblemished record by leaving a fingerprint when he has stopped to fasten a button on the girl's clothing. A simple reflex, but perhaps g... more
  • Death in Nostalgia City: a nostalgia city mystery #1

    by Mark S. Bacon

    Lyle Deming fled the anxieties of being a cop with a job driving a cab in Nostalgia City, a sprawling theme park that re-creates an early ‘70s town. But when rides are sabotaged and tourists killed, he’s drafted to investigate. He and park exec Kate Sorensen, an ex college basketball star, go undercover to unravel a conspiracy of corporate greed and murder.

  • Inside the Masque

    by R. T. W. Lipkin
    In a future where everyone wears a masque, no one needs a phone, a credit card, or any ID. The masque itself is everything to everyone. But as exquisite as a masque might be, it can’t keep you safe. Nothing can. And when everyone wears a masque, anyone could be a killer. Now it’s up to Chief Inspector McNair and his team of dedicated experts to find that killer. They must uncover the secrets and lies that dwell inside every beautiful masque. And they’ll stop at nothing until they find the tru... more

    by Katja Schulz
    Every night at eleven o'clock, Sonja demands Finja lock her in. Tonight, Sonja even threatens to destroy Finja's new romance if she stops. As girls, they both suffered from unloving fathers. Having given each other sanctuary, they became soulmates. But then Sonja's relentless, life-restricting rules forced them to run from Germany until they got stuck in England, never to return. Their sweet friendship rendered a toxic co-dependency. Now that Sonja wants to trap Finja forever, she has t... more
  • The Girl Buried in the Woods

    by Robert Ellis
    With Detective Matt Jones on medical leave after hunting down a brutal serial killer on the East Coast in THE LOVE KILLINGS, his supervisor from Hollywood Homicide makes a late-night visit. A body has been found buried in a remote park high above Los Angeles. Because LAPD resources are stretched thin, Jones is ordered to come off leave and work the case. Unfortunately, he makes a quick discovery, and it's grim. The murder victim is a fifteen-year-old girl. Driven by the horror of the crime, J... more

    In Bleecker Street by Ted Lampron, in the summer of 1890, in the crime-ridden streets of New York, a drunken old seaman staggers out of a rundown bar. He is invited into an alley by a prostitute, and that is where he meets his gruesome death. This is the first of many murders in the slums of Manhattan, New York. Emma, a young reporter with an ambition to become an investigative journalist, is determined to find the killer nicknamed the New York Ripper. She risks everything to solve the spate of ... more
  • Whodidit in the Supreme Court?

    by Taylor Carmichael
    Officers with the Supreme Court police discover a shocking crime--an anonymous person has smuggled a dead baby into the Supreme Court building. The tiny corpse is found inside the courtroom itself, up on the dais, right in front of chair #4. A mob of federal police investigates the break-in, including agents of the FBI, the Secret Service, and the Supreme Court police. But it falls on Detective Sergeant Saxon of D.C. Homicide to find the killer.
  • The Watcher in the Night

    by Mike Maroney
    Tobias is an Inquisitor of the Watch Cats and patrols the dangerous streets of a big city where the lives of animals and humans are governed by an ancient code. Investigating the brutal murder of three kittens, Tobias uncovers a more sinister and dangerous conspiracy. In a city ripped apart with violence, greed and pollution, it is difficult to know who you can trust. The little crimes of humans, cats, birds and rats are caught up in a bigger game and soon there will be no place to hide from ... more
  • Odonatia (working title)

    by Ana Maria Selvaggio
  • Stalemate

    by Ana Maria Selvaggio

    Paranormal thriller.