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  • Maelstrom: A Victorian-era Tale of Revenge hidden under the Guise of Justice by Debbie Boek

    by Chick Lit Café

    How much injustice must one endure before being able to disregard their own actions, regardless of how heinous they may be? In the last decade of the 19th century, young Olivia Rose is unjustly committed to a lunatic asylum and only her desire for revenge sees her through until she can escape. Traveling through upstate New York, Olivia Rose plots to bring justice to those that harmed her and the ones that she loves, setting the stage, creating her plans and reeling in others to help her put t... more

  • A FInal Call

    by Eliot Parker

    Cleveland Homicide Detective Stacy Tavitt is contacted by a former college classmate who asks for help in finding her missing son, Colton. Still reeling physically and emotionally from her last investigation―which led to the disappearance of her brother--Stacy reluctantly agrees. At first, there is little reason to suspect foul play in his disappearance until he becomes the primary suspect in the murder of an ex-girlfriend. It’s a race against the clock as Stacy tries to find out what h... more

  • Can't Hide What's Inside

    by C.J. Heigelmann

    A Psychological Thriller.

    A guilt-ridden single mother kills in revenge for the accidental death of her child. But she can't stop, and she can't hide what's inside.

    The future is bright for Madison Sanders, a 27-year-old business analyst and single mother. Finally free from her abusive mother’s controlling grip, she relocates across the country and begins a new job.

    Soon after, dark troubles arise as her misogynistic male o... more

  • Silent Sentinel - A Mini-Thriller

    by Kelli A. Wilkins
    Silent Sentinel\t (A Mini-Thriller) One afternoon, Valerie visits a flea market and meets a peculiar man who tries to sell her an ancient statue of Anubis—the Egyptian god of the dead. Despite her protests, the man insists that she must have the statue. Valerie gives in and brings her new “guardian” home. Later that night, Valerie awakens to discover an intruder has broken into her house. She’s forced to fight for her life and relies on Anubis to save her. When the police investigate,... more
  • Death on the Line

    by Carol Amorosi

    Angus MacKay, a young Scotsman hired to assist Mason & Dixon on their groundbreaking survey, trips over a dead body, and suddenly the game changes from defining a line on the ground to defining the line between good and evil.

    Set in 18th-century America, the story is full of historical events and figures, including a rifle-toting minister convinced the natives are responsible. 

  • Eagle Ascending

    by Dan Whitfield
    New York cop Joe Krueger is about to arrest a notorious drug pusher when his life changes forever. He witnesses a bomb tear through one of the city's biggest Jewish museums, leaving dozens dead. In the aftermath, the case takes an even more horrific turn: footage from the scene suggests that the bomber is Joe's own grandfather, infamous Nazi General Wolfgang Krueger, who died 70 years ago. With time running out until the next attack, Joe Krueger is forced to confront his family's monstrous p... more
  • The Determined Widow

    by Adam Melrose
    HER HUSBAND WAS MURDERED. SHE WILL PROVE IT. AS DETERMINATION BECOMES OBSESSION, ALL BETS ARE OFF. Sixteen months ago, Bella Stone lost her husband. The authorities insist his death was accidental but she knows it was murder. No one will take her seriously. She has one last hope for her very personal cold case. A private detective by the name of Matthew Holland. As the investigation deepens, the team learn their client is determined to unearth the truth regardless of the human cost. With... more
  • I Killed Sam: A Novel Based on the 1957 Groundbreaking Trial of a Battered Woman


    I Killed Sam is inspired by the true story of a ground-breaking defense of a Flint woman who killed her abusive husband in the mid-1950s—a time when a husband could rape his wife in Michigan without facing criminal charges.
    Trial attorney Bob Steadman, 93, was inspired to write I Killed Sam, based on his ground-breaking defense of a battered woman in 1957, when most of the country accepted and supported spouse abuse. Despite the long, le... more

  • The Spark

    by Howard Rahtz
    The book opens as the January 6 attack on the Capitol is unfolding. After the attack, seeking to start a race war and overthrow the government, a white supremacist gang plots a terror attack at the NBA All-Star game. As the suspects infiltrate arena security, police and the FBI office become aware of a possible attack. With game day quickly approaching, the police and FBI race feverishly to stop the attack. While the clock winds down to game time, the characters confront the most pressing iss... more
  • Dark Heat

    by J. M. Taylor
    The novel focuses on Starr Wyman, an herbalist who must also care for her war-damaged brother, a veteran of the Iraq campaign who harbors secrets no one could fathom. Her father, a despotic alderman and drug kingpin, keeps his boot heel on her movements. But when a stranger comes to town, searching for an ancient relic stolen from the Iraqi National Museum, she sees what just may be a way out. But, like Medea, she will have to make a painful sacrifice in order to gain her freedom.
  • The Gallucci Gallery

    by K.B. Richards
    Diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder, Bianca attempts to rescue her kidnapped children while being hunted for a murder she didn't commit...
  • The Blue Executions

    by George Norris
    A serial killer is roaming the streets of New York City…the madman’s target—New York City police officers. An incident in a Queens housing project hurls highly decorated detective Tommy Galvin not only onto the front pages of the newspapers but also into the crosshairs of the sociopath. The hunter becomes the hunted! Galvin’s actions on a warm spring evening ignite a powder keg of racial tension and civil unrest, capturing national attention which must be dealt with and brought under control ... more
  • The Second List

    by Max Bridges
    “Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.” –Benjamin Franklin Patrick Rooper, an investigative journalist and ex-Navy SEAL, is looking forward to his upcoming wedding when a rich socialite walks into his office and offers a lucrative assignment. To retrieve a document from the Swiss Alps seems easy enough for someone with Patrick’s accolades, but unbeknownst to him, the undertaking poses an existential threat to someone powerful—someone desperate to stop him at any cost. The socia... more
  • Trail of the Jaguar

    by Jonathan Hanson
    Biologist, wildlife photographer, and tactically trained anti-poaching expert Clayton Porter witnesses what appears to be a routine drug-smuggling flight across the Arizona-Mexico border. Instead, he uncovers a sophisticated operation involving a secret lodge high in the Sierra Madre, canned hunts for endangered jaguars, a ring of opioid-dealing doctors in the U.S., and a string of cartel victims partially consumed by a large predator. After Porter unwittingly throws a wrench into the works and ... more
  • The Career Genie, An Original Fiction Series. The Final Collection by Jason Changkyu Kim

    by Jason Changkyu Kim
    Follow the sadness of Hyungkyu and Whang-Sou's journey through hardship, turmoil, and bad relatives!
  • B0943ZCFYN

    by K.C. Turner
    He’s out of prison. His targets are set. And she’s one of them. Elizabeth Strong had hoped after all this time, Steve Robinson would leave her alone. But his message is clear. He’s not only coming for her; he also has his sights set on another woman who refused to testify against him back then. But since recently being made an unwilling accomplice to Robinson’s current criminal empire, she immediately goes to Elizabeth for help. With at least one dirty cop in the Silverton Police Depar... more