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  • The Chosen Seven

    by Gill D Anderson
    FARZAD ABED is an unhinged Iranian immigrant living in Australia. His sociopathic tendencies coupled with his political views make him a very dangerous man indeed. Farzad wants the world to sit up and take notice of him and randomly selects six bystanders to hold hostage at a city restaurant. JACOB BROWN is a fitness fanatic who finds himself at the centre of a bizarre situation when he arrives at his favourite restaurant to pick up a takeaway for dinner. JAGRITI GOSHAL is a young unassumi... more
  • Smokescreen by Khaled Talib

    by Khaled Talib

    High society magazine reporter, Jet West, becomes a scapegoat in a plot to assassinate the Israeli prime minister during a diplomatic visit to Singapore.

  • The Night Police: Beyond the Line of Duty

    by Chris Berg

    In this gritty, true-crime-inspired collection of thematically linked short stories, you'll meet the dangerous men that are The Night Police, and listen as real-life urban policing is exposed from the inside. Written by two who have been there, The Night Police and its rogue trooper Max Golden take dark journeys from which no one emerges unscathed.

    Rebel trooper Max Golden isn't content to spend his career as a humble, rule-following civil servant. Refusing to seek out... more

  • Die the Villain

    by C. P. Serret

    “Darkly complex and compelling.”
    —D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review


    No one knows who you really are…

    Not the Yakuza.

    Not your hacker mercs.

    Not your friends on the college-bar scene.

    Not Chloë, that stunner you met uptown.

    Your double life is old hat—a shell game played against all sides. But what will you do when a foiled heist leaves your Darknet crew m... more

  • Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Pilfered Paintings

    by Robert Harris
    Claude Monet, weary of painting haystacks and cathedrals and lily ponds, finally pursues his real passion: criminal investigation. And after two long months of waiting, he has his first case. He’s called in to investigate the theft of two unremarkable paintings from Galerie Neuf in Paris. He’s thrilled, but quickly finds out that the theory and practice of investigation are two different things. Despite the obstacles, he’s determined to crack the case and bring the perpetrator to justice. Only t... more
  • The Adventure of the Murdered Midwife

    by Liese Sherwood-Fabre
    Only weeks into his first year at Eton, Sherlock's father calls him and his brother back to Underbyrne, the ancestral estate. The village midwife has been found with a pitchfork in her back in the estate's garden, and Mrs. Holmes has been accused of the murder. Can Sherlock find the true killer in time to save her from the gallows?
  • Ghostrider

    by M. L. Buchman
    An AC-130J “Ghostrider”—the latest variant of America’s Number One ground-attack plane for over fifty years—goes down in the Colorado Rockies. Except the data doesn’t match the airframe. Air-crash savant Miranda Chase and her NTSB team are sent in to investigate. But what they uncover reveals a far greater threat—sabotage. It could be a prelude to a whole new type of war; this time one far too close to home.
  • Shadow Wolves-A Novel

    by Jake Kaminski
    “Shadow Wolves", from Page Publishing author Jake Kaminski, is a fast-paced and riveting drama introducing Ethan Crowe, a Native American and retired Delta Force leader of an elite tracking team assembled to combat the predatory cartels trafficking drugs, women and children across the unforgiving Arizona borderlands.
  • Don of the Q

    by Michael Guillebeau
    Think of a cross between Doctor Strangelove and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Don is a clerk in the Quick Stop convenience store with a problem: he suddenly can’t remember his past or what he’s doing here. He thinks maybe he’s an angel sent on a mission. Don and fellow-clerk Sancha of the Q set out on a quest to do some good and find out why he’s here. Maybe it has something to do with the stolen atomic bomb in Don Q’s basement. Maybe.
  • The Network (The Blackwell Files Book 11)

    by Steven F. Freeman
    NSA agents Alton and Mallory Blackwell join the search for missing colleague and friend David Dunlow. The investigation into Dunlow’s disappearance leads them into the midst of a shocking international conspiracy: finance ministers from around the world are being targeted in a carefully planned series of assassinations. The Blackwells must piece together a complex and multi-layered puzzle to discover THE NETWORK’s end game…before the shadowy organization strikes again.
  • The Mayakovski Assignment

    by COLIN Webster
    The winds of change are beginning to blow through the musty corridors of power in the Kremlin, heralding the prospect of a thaw in East-West relations and bringing to the Russian people the promise of hope for the future. But for some, freedom is as elusive as ever. Dr Andrei Mayakovski, a top Russian scientist whose successful research is hijacked by the war-mongers of the military, finds himself reluctantly working on a new secret weapon capable of upsetting the fragile balance of power betw... more
  • The Ones That Stare

    by Michael Stephenson
    Sometimes, silence is dangerous. Black and Native American. Chocolate and peanut butter. Darien and Sayen blended together like a perfect match. The charming, always-smiling film junkie and the always optimistic, coquettish altruist. The quaint suburban couple surrounded by quaint suburban neighbors. Perfect neighbors, though occasionally assuming. They all partied together, shared the latest community gossip, and sometimes... stared into each other’s windows. A tight-knit community that sho... more
  • When Moths Burn

    by John Eidswick

    James Strait, "the perfect hero for the twenty-first century," (IndieReader) is trying to put his violent life behind him, but the past won't let him go.

    Settled happily in his rural Arizona hometown after being forced out of the FBI, someone bombs his home, kills a person he loves and frames him for the crimes. His plan to hunt down those responsible is sidetracked by a precocious street girl seeking protection from her depraved stepfather. To save the girl and himse... more


    by Tim Heaton
    A coterie of Southern eccentrics called the Cassiel Society, make a pact to decipher one of the most enigmatic books in history, the Voynich Manuscript. The book dates to the 15th Century but is written in a lost language that may be older than mankind itself. The book passed through the hands of da Vinci, Bacon, and Kircher, before it was hidden away until 1912. What the Cassiel Society doesn't know is that the book's sinister purpose was uncovered by the brilliant Ethel Boole Voynich a cen... more
  • The Privilege of Men

    by Judith Mazzucco

    The Privilege of Men is a thriller about the use and abuse of women and animals and the reflection on a culture of men that condones both. When money is involved, men will use anything and anybody for their privilege. It is an international tale of greed and horrific inhumanity toward girls, women and animals; an allegory where women are a metaphor for animals. It is a searing indictment of the international status quo and the inability of weak institutions and individuals who are unable and ... more

  • Dreams and Schemes

    by Patricia Rusch Duffey
    Penny Donerstag works as an events planner in the convention capital of Las Vegas. She has kept a dream journal for more than thirty years, using symbolism to predict outcomes and manage her business. Clues appear in her dreams, providing a guide to making everyday decisions and supporting her husband's more conventional methods. Her analytical skills take on a new role when her best friend, Bonnie, discovers she's missing items from the valuable collection given to her by late husband, Arlo. Pe... more