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  • Remember to Remember: The Mayan Mysteries

    by Carol Parrish-Harra
    Awakening to Mythological thinking is difficult any time but to depart from institutional thinking and enter into the world of intuitive awareness is the opportunity of today. This compilation and personal Insights to the Mayan Prophesies brings a new comprehension in "Remember to Remember: The Lost Mysteries" as the known and unknown carry us toward a new height of understanding. When one approaches the Maya Mysteries as parables and legends, as well as calendars and mathematics, a new doorway ... more
  • The Point of a Gun

    by Steven W. Kohlhagen
    America is experiencing a dramatic increase in terrorist attacks—by jihadists, white supremacists, and Mexican cartels. In the face of these failures by the U.S. Government, intelligence and law enforcement bureaucracies, a group of ad hoc vigilantes has exploded onto the scene. And, surprisingly, this shadowy and deadly vigilante group appears to be led by at least one of the U.S. Government's most senior and trusted Counterterrorism insiders. Is it the FBI's Counterterrorism head? The Army's S... more
  • Deadly Trespass

    by Sandra Neily
    Cassandra Patton Conover is about to become an outlaw. Searching for her wayward dog in Maine’s dense woods, she finds her best friend Shannon crushed under a tree. Then she finds tracks larger than any animal she knows and a mystery only wild animals can help her solve.
  • The Chosen Few

    by Michael John Sheehan

    Every boarding school has its secrets...

    Jack Hayes hopes to have an incredible senior year at St. Paul’s Catholic seminary. But he must stay clear of Father Lawrence “Spider” Webb, the stern Dean of students who rules the boarding school with an iron fist. When Jack and his best friend unexpectedly encounter a mysterious priest, the reclusive old man provides cryptic clues that lead them to uncover long-kept secrets about the school and Father Webb. Their discoveries ... more

  • Dark Nights: The Plan

    by J.S. Bell
    When Bella opens her new club, Dark Nights, in downtown Toronto, she explores a plan to dominate the club industry. When rival owners start to show up dead detectives Levi Daniels and James Miller are sent to investigate the case, but one detective crosses the line when he decides to blackmail Bella.
  • The Nicoles

    by J.S. Bell
    A young girl, Mecca, witnesses the rape and death of her mother while visiting her at a mental institution. As Mecca witnessed this, her young mind, not able to cope, blacked out and can't remember specific details of that day. Soon after, Mecca and her twin sister Bella's father dies from depression and they are forced to live in group homes. As Mecca gets older her blackouts become worst. When she is treated by Dr. Marz, the same psychiatrist who treated her mother, her memory starts to come b... more
  • Lonely Hearts: Killing with Kindness takes on a whole new meaning (DI Falle)

    by Gwyn GB
    Meet Rachel, she loves animals and works at a dating agency, helping bring lonely people together – only somebody is watching her every move and she’s scared… Neil didn’t see who killed him – but his murder brings DI Claire Falle on the case. What she uncovers leads her to discover a serial-killer is preying on the clients of the dating agency where Rachel works. Can Claire work out the connection between all the deaths before Rachel becomes the next victim? What is it in Rachel’s past ... more
  • The Wheel: A Storm Of Our Own Making

    by Mark Hellman

    A body found on a Manhattan sidewalk riddled with poisonous darts…
    A missing heart surgeon from Charleston, SC…
    A terrorist bombing at the American Museum of Natural History… 
    A kidnapped thirteen-year-old girl…
    These events will bring together two unlikely allies, Detective Moose Pederson and private investigator Alexandra Adams.  Their gripping journey together will take them from the streets of New York to Washington DC, and the hal... more

  • Salad Oil King

    by M.G. Crisci
    THE SALAD OIL KING An American Tale of Greed-Gone-Mad. (Inspired by Real Events) Take an unforgettable trip into the dark side of greed with the unscrupulous high school New York City dropout, Alfonso “Fonso” Gravenese. Hang on as Fonso graduates from a nickel-dime scam artist into a world-class entrepreneur who skims millions from Federal food programs for low-income children. Eventually—with the help of a violent side-kick, crooked politicians, compromised priests, greedy bankers, and h... more
  • Burning Cold

    by Lisa Lieberman
    Budapest: 1956. Newlywed Cara Walden’s brother Zoltán has disappeared in the middle of the Hungarian revolution, harboring a deadly wartime secret. Will Cara or the Soviets find him first?
  • Sticks

    by Pippa Greene
    Even when Barbara, an isolated spinster, takes care to lock her doors and windows, these damnable, broom-handle sized sticks keep materializing in her apartment. Soon, in spite of Barbara's efforts to live a rigidly unvaried life, other--many other--unsettling apparitions begin to materialize. Ultimately the ghost of Barbara's father appears, issuing orders over the "Ouija" board, and worse, using Barbara as a means of satisfying his own carnal appetites. Then unexpectedly, Father reveals t... more
  • HALLOWED HALLS

    by H.E. Kline

    Evil exists. Monsters are real. They look just like people. Don't believe me?
    Sit in any criminal session of your local state or federal court....

    You are about to enter the courthouse where Whitey Bulger went on trial in 2013, the same courthouse where the jury for the Boston Marathon bomber returned a verdict of:  death by lethal injection.

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    Caught in the cesspool of the inner court system, Becky Lawrence can't believe her dream jo... more

  • Adventure Atlantis Rain

    by Rain Fields
    Adventure Atlantis Rain is a storybook about a boy name Rain. He uses his homework project of Atlantis, and turns it into an amazing adventure. Rain Fields now going into the fifth grade, learns about other kids from the underworld of Atlantis. https://www.facebook.com/theatlantisrain/
  • Whiz Tanner and the Mysterious Countdown

    by Fred Rexroad
    How did a Jasper Springs Library book end up on the streets in a big city far away? And how did this book set in motion a daring crime back in Jasper Springs? We find out when a phone call from New York City sets our young heroes off on a trip to the Big Apple. Amid all the exploration of the city sights and the tasting of new food, Whiz and Joey find themselves involved in a mysterious countdown. But what happens when the countdown reaches zero? The Tanner-Dent Detective Agency heads back to Ja... more
  • Whiz Tanner and the Wounded Pigeon

    by Fred Rexroad
    It's Spring. It's Saturday. School is out in two weeks. Life is good. Joey Dent and his best friend Whiz Tanner are on a leisurely bike ride when they find an injured bird under a tree. The bird happens to be a carrier pigeon wounded by a shotgun. The pigeon is also carrying a mysterious coded message! The Tanner-Dent Detective Agency is back with a new case to solve. Can Agents M and K handle it, or will this case prove to be the downfall of our young heroes? And while we're asking questions, w... more
  • Whiz Tanner and the Secret Tunnel

    by Fred Rexroad
    It’s October and the air is getting cooler. But, that's not the only thing causing a chill for the proprietors of the Tanner-Dent Detective Agency. Best friends, Whiz Tanner and Joey Dent, the sixth-grade founders of our favorite detective agency, are hired to help settle a bet. Chuck Boyles and Thorny Rose are deep in an argument, which catches the imagination of the entire school. Chuck claims he saw a time-traveling automobile (a DeLorean like the one from Back to the Future) in Farmer Zimmer... more

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