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  • 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
  • The Spiritualist Murders: Portia of the Pacific Historical Mysteries Volume 2

    by James Musgrave
    Women in 1886 San Francisco are killing their husbands. Attorney detective Clara Foltz uses an eighteen-year-old clairvoyant to track down the mysterious man using the powers of sexual magnetism and mesmerism to turn abused women into murderers. This becomes a family mystery, as Clara’s two oldest children get involved. Clara’s assistant, Ah Toy, must also enlist the help of her evil uncle, Little Pete, because he also uses his paranormal abilities to control his harem of prostitutes in China... more
  • Chinawoman's Chance: Nineteenth Century Historical Mystery Thriller (Portia of the Pacific Book 1)

    by James Musgrave
    Clara Shortridge Foltz faces a patriarchal nemesis in 1884 San Francisco. When a white prostitute is murdered and flayed down to a skeleton, Clara is hired by the Six Companies of Chinatown to defend the sixteen males who are swept-up by the Chinatown Squad. This ragtag and corrupt group of sheriffs works for the mayor, Washington Bartlett. The mayor uses the nation's anti-Chinese sentiment in his quest to win the race for Governor of California. Foltz, the first woman admitted to the... more
  • Forevermore (Pat O'Malley Mysteries Book 1)

    by James Musgrave
    In post Civil War New York City, Detective Pat O'Malley is living inside Poe's Cottage in the Bronx. O'Malley is haunted by Poe one night, and the detective finds a strange note. As a result, O'Malley decides to prove that Edgar Allan Poe did not die in Baltimore from an alcoholic binge but was, instead, murdered. O'Malley quickly becomes embroiled in a "cold case" that thrusts him into the lair of one of the most sinister and ruthless killers in 1865 New York City. Selected by the Library Journ... more
  • Toxic Deception: A Jordan Reed Mystery

    by K.C. Gillis
    Strange symptoms. Bloody secrets. Can one reporter solve a medical mystery before she ends up in a body bag? Jordan Reed put her world on hold to hunt down corruption. So when the gutsy journalist gets tipped off about blood money changing hands at a pharmaceutical company, she dives into the story. With an otherwise healthy worker dropping dead of multiple organ failure, Jordan suspects something far more sinister than a simple accident… Daring to go up against big pharma, she gains an ally... more
  • The Heavy Side

    by Ben Rogers
    A hotshot Silicon Valley programmer teams up with a Mexican drug cartel in this literary mash-up of art and science. Vik Singh has developed a lucrative app for drug dealers, and now both the DEA and the cartel are hunting him. Narrated by Vik’s girlfriend, Remi, the story grapples with America’s insatiable hunger for drugs and the human toll it takes. We witness a young man confronting his artistic pride and a young couple trying to make up for past betrayals.
  • 978-1642371901

    by mark cade
    BRIDGER BERBER IS SAILING THROUGH MEDICAL SCHOOL… …where the curriculum doesn’t faze him and studying comes easy. But when it comes to his private life—enabled by friends and enemies alike—the young med student finds that things are usually complicated and often downright dangerous. When Bridger follows some of his classmates into drug use that’s intended to ease the journey to becoming full-fledged physicians, he runs afoul of dangerous characters who are willing to put his life in jeopardy... more
  • The Munich Recruit: A Novel of Espionage

    by J.M. Ammo

    Former MI6 spy Jesse McMullen is ready for retirement from the private sector. His final job is to compile and deliver a dossier on Russia's attempts to destabilize the west. Intelligence expert Bryce Jacobs is recruited to help with the safe exchange of the dossier but when Jacobs’ route into Europe is changed to throw off the Russians, former U.S. Olympic biathlete John Roberts is mistaken for Jacobs. Now, with some of the world's deadliest individuals after him, he must survive long enough... more

  • Night Stalker

    by Amy Raines & Michael Millington

    Rookie cop Jennifer Cleary and her partner are called to a murder scene that echoes murders that happened almost twenty years prior. The homemade scattershot ammunition and the business card keep the police officers on the case chasing ghosts of the past to unravel the murders in front of them. Who are the unknown victims from the past murders? Who are the recent victims? What ties them together in the past and the present? Can a rookie on the job for less than six months solve the murders wi... more

  • Scarlett Jo Hanson Mystery: Pelican Peak Island Book 2

    by Sylvia Russell Crystal Anderson
    Scarlett has been assigned to the Pelican Peak Island case. Small children with terminal illness are being kidnapped. Scarlett receives clues from the supernatural to solve the case. Can she save the children? What are they doing with them?
  • Don't Give Up on Me (An Otter Bay Maine Novel)

    by Jodi Artzberger
    No Greater Love (John 15:13) When Cragge Automotive Group's heiress, Amanda Cragge is left for dead, the only man she's ever loved finds her. As the threats continue, will she accept help from the man who left her eight years ago without explanation? When Ryker Scott returns to Otter Bay, he is brought face to face with his past. He thought he could handle coming back but he might have been wrong. As a trained Army Ranger, he's going to have to use his skills if he wants to keep the only woman... more
  • Exit Plan

    by Sheri Landry

    Ten years ago, a covert government operation gone wrong separated Jack from Jessa, the girl he promised he would never leave. Now, face-to-face and standing on opposite sides of the law from each other, if they can’t reconcile their differences, they may pay the ultimate price.

    Years of hiding taught Jessa to trust no one. And left to fend for herself after a violent attack a decade earlier killed her family, she’s resorted to working highly illegal hacking ... more

  • Try Not to Die: In Brightside: An Interactive Adventure

    by Mark Tullius

    More than two dozen ways to die.

    Just one correct path.

    Do you have what it takes to survive?

    Brightside is a beautiful mountain town blanketed by snow. Towering fences create a stark contrast to the serenity that appears on the surface. Your only crime is telepathy, yet your stay here is permanent. Your fate has been determined by society's fears.

    The outlook is bleak unless you manage to become part of the escape that’s about to go down.

    Watch your ba... more

  • The Thorn Among The Rosebuds

    by Shirley A Walton
    This is a story about a Black couple, Roger and Charlene Donaldson. And,an emotionally disturbed, blue eyed blond named Jennifer Blake. Roger is an atheist who will do anything to become a successful actor, writer and producer in Hollywood CA. His wife, Charlene sacrificed and risked her life to help him. She knows that Roger must never know what she did to help him in his quest for success. And, Jennifer Blake, the white woman who pretends to be the best friend forever of Charlene's. J... more
  • Revenge of the Elders of Zion

    by Dan Sofer

    Candide meets Mission Impossible in this satirical and thrilling adventure into the mind-boggling world of a notorious and deadly conspiracy theory. Audiobook read by Audie Award winner Tim Campbell.


    In Manhattan, David Zelig decides to create a Jewish secret society based on the Elders of Zion myth. The Gentiles already think the Jews run the world; at least now a Jewish cabal might prevent the next synagogue shooting.


    When older and wiser commun... more

  • Chasing the Wendigo

    by James D. A. Terry

    Chasing the Wendigo is a gripping comedic mystery/adventure anthology containing three short anecdotal accounts by Justin Case, of grand larceny; the search for lost treasure; kidnapping and unexplained disappearances. Jason and his intrepid fraternity of brothers from other mothers find themselves unwittingly up against a powerful malevolence they can’t explain yet refuse to back down from.