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  • Hypnosis: A Return to the Past

    by Maria Inês Rebelo
    MARCUS BELING is a renowned hypnotizer who practices hypnosis and Past Life Regression for many years. One day a young woman named ANNE PAULINE ROUX comes into his office. However, Anne Pauline has a secret that will shake Marcus Belling’s convictions. After a few sessions, she will come across another hypnotizer who is a major rival of Belling called JOSEF SALVATERRA, who will try to use the young lady’s unique power – which only comes into action during her hypnotic trance – to promote his own... more
  • Pamela Carr

    by Fred Andersen
    "Pamela Carr" is a stand-alone book that shares a couple of characters with and briefly refers to my previous Hollywood murder mystery, "Lily Torrence." It is set at the end of World War II in Germany, New York and Hollywood. Though there are a couple of deaths, a sleuth, some tough cops and lying suspects, this is not so much a murder mystery as a catalogue of deadly sins, particularly lust, ambition, and arrogance, all of which are most especially seen in the pattern of abuse and denial that ... more
  • SEAL Team Six: No More Book 13 - A New Flame

    by Dan Wickline
    As Randall ‘Flame’ O’Donnell starts a new chapter in his private life, he is called upon by a Navy admiral on a very personal mission. A 16-year old American boy has been lured into a warzone in the Middle East, and the team is asked to bring him home safely, even if it’s against his wishes. The mission takes Flame into Syria as the battle against ISIS rages on and the battle to tear down the caliphate is in full swing. But why are the People’s Protection Units, the allies of the American’s a... more
  • When We Vanished

    by Alanna Peterson
    When Andi Lin overhears details about a harmful research study at the food corporation Nutrexo, she’s instantly worried that her dad is involved. He left home to participate in one of the company’s clinical trials, and was in frequent contact at first—but her recent attempts to reach him have been met with silence. Fearing he may be in danger, Andi sets out to investigate. She finds an unlikely ally in her neighbor Cyrus, whose mother once worked for Nutrexo and is hiding secrets of her own.... more
  • Death Votes Last: a Jeff Trask Crime Drama (Jeff Trask Crime Drama Series Book 5)

    by Marc Rainer
    A Senate Leader Who Would Kill To Win With an evenly-divided United States Senate, the stakes are high for the nation's political power brokers. The leader of one party decides to change the numbers by arranging the elimination of one of the other party's senators. Following a Trail of Homicides And Cover-Ups As the senator's death sends shock waves through the nation's capital, federal prosecutor Jeff Trask and a team of FBI agents and police officers must solve not only the senator's homi... more
  • Obsession: A Crime Of The Heart (Noir Nights Book 3)

    by Robin Storey
    He’s lonely and desperate. But he wants far more than her attention… The one thing Benny wants more than anything is a relationship. But he's not smart or good-looking, so women ignore him or run the other way. Then Olivia moves into the neighbourhood. It’s love at first sight for Benny. Olivia is beautiful and kind, his fairy tale princess. But there are two big obstacles. Olivia doesn't love him. Yet. And her abusive ex-husband Lucas is still hanging around, making life difficult f... more
  • Defeat of the Wicked Iniquitous

    by William Curtis Woolf
    Defeat of the Wicked Iniquitous is a fictionalized illustration of the new Middle-Class Capitalism Economic System and the Independent People’s Global Enterprise. It is written and designed for reality, to non-violently revolutionize working and poor people’s own independent economic power, to build a prosperous, just, safe, clean, beautiful and peaceful new world.In the great Revolutionary War of Economic Independence, the Neo-Caps (the New Capitalists) are ferocious non-violent capitalist warr... more
  • Maximum Rossi

    by Paul W. Papa
    Massimo "Max" Rossi, the son of mob "fixer" Boston Rossi, winds up with more than he bargained for when a game of high stakes poker turns into a boxing match. All eyes turn to him when the police find his opponent, a hitman from Chicago, dead. And if that isn't bad enough, his only alibi--the dead man's girlfriend--is missing. Rossi is in the struggle of his life, where every turn brings him closer to an untimely end. He's got to find the girlfriend before his time runs out. But in fledgling Las... more
  • The Diary of a Serial Killer's Daughter

    by Lindsay Detwiler
    If you knew your father’s darkest secret, would you turn him in? What if his secret was connected to you? If you knew your father’s darkest secret, would you turn him in? What if his secret was connected to you? Ruby Marlowe’s always been a daddy’s girl. Her mother died when she was two, and her single father has ensured she has everything she needs. However, everyone has dark secrets, and Ruby’s father is no exception… When she's young, she doesn’t understand the weight of her father... more
  • The Girl That Vanished (Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Book 2)

    by A.J. Rivers


    One call from her past was all it took to change everything.

    A ten-year-old girl has vanished on her way home from camp. And things took a turn for the worse when another child, a child that Emma knows, goes missing.

    Disappearances, death, and tragedies has followed Emma Griffin throughout her childhood. Her obsession with finding out the truth behind her past was what led her to join the FBI. It’s been months since the horror... more

  • The Girl in Cabin 13 (Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Book 1)

    by A.J. Rivers

    Knock…Knock… When Emma finds a dead body on her porch with her name written on the dead man's hand she uncovers a sinister clue to the mystery that has haunted her since childhood.

    FBI agent Emma Griffin is sent undercover to the small sleepy town of Feathered Nest to uncover the truth behind the strings of disappearances that has left the town terrified. To Emma there is nothing that can lay buried forever. Even though her own childhood has been plag... more

  • Deceptions of Chenille

    by Sally Dallas

    When attorney, Chenille Conrad, mysteriously disappears her husband, Daniel, suspects the worst. She wouldn't leave him - they're deeply in love and on the fast track to successful careers, a house in the suburbs, and a family to fill it. The discovery of her bloody sweatshirt escalates the investigation from a missing person case to a homicide, with Daniel as the primary suspect. To prove his innocence, he puts the pieces of the puzzle together, yet can't overcome his need to pro... more

  • Disappearance at Mount Sinai

    by James Musgrave
    It's 1866 in New York City. Civil War Vet and Detective Pat O'Malley's biggest case returns him to the deep, dark South to search for the kidnapped wealthiest inventor and entrepreneur in America. But the widening gyre of anti-Semitism and racism pulls him down into the pit of hell itself. Disguised as an Oxford England Professor, O'Malley infiltrates the anti-Semites' group and travels with his partners, Becky Charming and his father, Robert, down to a Collierville, Tennessee mansion. At ... more
  • Sins of Darkness

    by James Musgrave
    Sins of Darkness begins the exploits of Dr. Abigail Soloman, a Soledad Prison psychiatrist who puts her life and her reputation on the line to prove that convicted killer, Sirhan Sirhan, is a Manchurian Candidate assassin. What if Robert F. Kennedy is assassinated by a fledgling group of extremists who hypno-program Sirhan Bishara Sirhan? This novel, the first in a series of Abigal Soloman Mysteries, shows how recent evidence discovered in Las Vegas in 1996 plunges fifty-five-year-old prison psy... more
  • Russian Wolves

    by James Musgrave
    Set in the old Soviet Union Russia, this riveting story traces the development of a serial killer and how one man's desire to get his family to America causes him to use this killer as a paid assassin for the Russian mafia. Can CIA agent Dr. Abigail Soloman convince her government of the horrifying discovery she has made?
  • The Stockton Insane Asylum Murder

    by James Musgrave
    Women were, among others, misdiagnosed as insane by alienists in the 1800s. My plot will involve a female child who has been institutionalized in 1887, but the aunt of this child comes to Clara Foltz to say she believes the child was admitted to the Stockton State Insane Asylum (the first such institution in California) because she knew about a murder that was committed on her wealthy parent’s estate. Clara solicits the help of Elizabeth Packard, the crusading (real) activist who was committe... more