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by Cam Lang
This detective story is a rare vintage - cleverly crafted to keep readers guessing. Self-Publishing Review
Packing an intellectual punch, this smart murder/mystery will have you guessing and gripped! Why would anyone want to murder one of the most respected senior citizens, Niagara-on-the-Lake has ever had? Retired history professor Edward Mitchell was surely not long for the grave, so why would someone risk life in prison to kill him? Picking up the clues is the reluctant... more
by Alex Davidson
There has been another mass shooting in America, and thirteen people are dead. One of the victims is the daughter of Marco Barros, a powerful U.S. senator. The killer is still at large. Their identity and motive remain a mystery. Rookie ATF Agent Miranda Lopez's only lead is the murder weapon: an AR-15, a.k.a. the "black rifle."
Forced to work with Cal, a mysterious private sector mercenary hired by Senator Barros, Miranda's search for the rifle will take her acro... more
by Craig WellsWolfing Down The Moon, playing homage to magical realism, and to the novels Walter Mosley and Sherman Alexie, allows Gecko to redeem himself for how he acted as an LA Police detective in the late 20th Century. Gecko, a mammoth white man of 317 pounds, with gentle features and a voice like a woman, cannot delay his retirement after 33 years. LA has fingered him as a chump. He is confused, fed up, angry. He wants to be like the kid who fell in love after a brief, chance encounter with a Centennial... more
by Victor Vahl
Mad City explores the lives of New Manhattan impacted by the corruption of a once-coveted all-cure drug. Isaac Sage, son of the deceased creators of the drug, pursues a personal vendetta under the guise of a vigilante, showcasing his true potential and the greatest of his inner demons.
by Shane TwedeGhost Assets! is the second book in the military-style action-adventure series Trinity Operation Novels, written by Shane Twede. This book follows the story of Cougar as he and his elite Black Ops team Trinity are tasked with locating priceless Colombian artifacts which have mysteriously gone missing. While attempting to calm tensions between Colombia and the US, whom Colombia view as responsible for the disappearance, a recently restored C-47 vanishes at sea with its two pilots. Amelia, one of... more
by William A ChanlerThis is a tale of survival of the human spirit. Mary Godwin, a journalist in New York City, witnesses a terrorist incident at The Freedom Tower. Her fiancé, Percy Shelley, fails her. Stalked by a psychotic, she falls for the NYPD operative helping her. Who lives and who dies?
by Rick ClementsNancy enjoyed her job of freeing people from their sexual anxieties. She taught both men and women how to embrace the delight of seduction and love-making. Nancy made no judgments and was very confidential. Then one day a secret government agency wanted her to work as a spy. Nancy’s sexual abilities could elicit information during intimate moments. Experts were hired to give Nancy expert skills to assist her spying activities. Nancy became “Jade,” the exotic woman with no inhibitions. This n... more
by Matthew Iden“If you’re reading this, then you haven’t heard from me in three weeks, maybe more. If that’s the case, call Marty Singer. He’ll know what to do.” That’s the note Karen Reynolds, ex-wife of friend and former US Marshal Karl Schovasa, hands retired cop Marty Singer. Schovasa’s missing after trying to guide a young addict away from being exploited by a fake rehab center, and all signs point to foul play. In a bid to save both of them, Marty heads south to Palm Beach to take on a cabal of crooks... more
by R.N. Crane
Favor Bosworth, a reporter for the Baltimore Sun Paper, investigates murders in the Loch Raven reservoir and the Las Vegas wash feeding Lake Mead. The murdered girls went to Law School at UNLV along with Dan Brock who left school early to pursue a career in investing. Favor interviewed many of the girl’s classmates but only a few seemed to have the means, opportunity, and motive for murder.
Favor is also tasked to evaluate Brock Investments for reporting false investment ret... more
by Thomas FinchamCan a father murder his only child? Kyla Gardener’s dead body is found on her bed one early morning. She had been stabbed multiple times. Her father, Paul, has blood stains on his shirt and his fingerprints are all over the murder weapon. Paul has no memory of what happened. Private Investigator Lee Callaway was also at the Gardener residence on the night of the murder. He had been following Kyla’s mother, Sharon, who was having an affair with her yoga instructor. When all evidence poin... more
by Frederic Martin
It's autumn. It's high school. Will is dealing with unwanted fame while Blue flies under the radar, but for how long?
Will is healing and wishing life would return to where it was at the beginning of the summer—peaceful and fun. Blue, meanwhile, finds that high school life is much more tolerable than she expected thanks to a new friend and a surprise mentor. But deep in the foundation of Westbury, a crack is forming that threatens to undermine everything t... more
by Daniel G. MillerIt is said that the greatest chess grandmasters envision a match’s outcome ten moves before it occurs. Imagine a person who could visualize ten steps ahead not only in the game of chess but in every human interaction. Imagine a person who could see a punch before it was thrown, who could anticipate what you say before you said it. Imagine a person who could see the chess game of politics, economics, and power itself unfold long before it happens. Imagine a book that could make all of this pos... more
by S A Passmore
Two women. Two plans. Two husbands in their way. And one river that could solve all their problems.
Alice has a plan to escape her husband and start a new life. She chooses Marcy as her accomplice. But Marcy has plans of her own, and Alice finds herself the chief suspect in a murder investigation. Out of her depth, Alice steers her small boat down the river towards the sea in a desperate bid for freedom.
Set on and around the river at the edge of London, Cross Deep... more
by J. KilburnTwo mutually exclusive lives meet in a time and place where one of those lives shouldn't be. This singular and horrible event begins Heaven's Door, a Novel: a lurid, riveting, and cautionary tale of what happens when a spur-of-the-moment decision - throw in your lot with a cute biker boyfriend who you know far too little about - snowballs into major regrets and danger. The initial event results in the murder of an undercover police officer and follows a woman - the sole witness of the murder - ... more
by Alessandro Boccaletti
War through biological weapons
In a suspenseful espionage thriller that combines geopolitical intrigue with a full-blown international medical crisis, an American virologist must work with his Russian colleagues to stop the spread of a global pandemic.
When Chinese-backed forces kick off a war through biological weapons, including a genetically modified ancient Mongolian super-virus, doctors from all over the world must work together t... more
by Guy Morris
SLVIA . . . decades ago, an AI program escaped the NSA Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, and has never been re-captured . . . true story.
Derek Taylor, fugitive hacker and contractor to the National Security Agency is living under the name of a murdered best friend, hiding from powers who still want him dead. Taylor’s ties to a terrorist hacker group called SNO leave him open to investigation by Lt. Jennifer Scott, the daughter of a Joint Chief—a woman determined to go to any l... more