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  • Standing Our Ground

    by Bill Percy
    A cold-blooded murder. The victim: A fourteen-year-old boy. The shooter waits patiently for the cops and calmly explains his right to kill the boy. “I was defending my property.” Can Deputy Andi Pelton find the evidence to break through the killer’s stand-your-ground defense? Suddenly, Sheriff Ben Stewart almost dies and cannot campaign for re-election. Andi knows she must take his place—her nemesis, Deputy Brad Ordrew, runs unopposed and he’s promised to fire her when he’s sheriff. Can she stan... more
  • Expect Betrayal: An Operation Delphi Novel

    by JoAnn Smith Ainsworth
    A college friend offers advice on staying safe in war-torn England to the naval commander overseeing the U.S. psychic team and to its team leader (a U.S. WAVES clairvoyant) while they search for her family’s grimoire, The Book of Cures. It contains spells and charms to protect their Philadelphia headquarters from further Nazi occult attacks. But the friend is the very man assigned by the Fatherland to spy on them and to put a bullet between their eyes once he gets his hands on this grimoire that... more
  • Buried: A Psychological Thriller

    by Reagan Keeter
    When the earthquake hits, the narrow, corkscrew turn that leads into the labyrinth of tunnels underneath Misery Rock collapses. Martin Campbell and his friends are stranded. Their guide’s leg has been crushed by a rock too big to move. They’ve brought only a sandwich each and have very little water. If they don’t find another way out soon, they will no doubt die in here. So, as Martin’s sister stays behind to care for their guide, Martin sets out with friends Ethan and Cynthia to find another ex... more
  • Once in a Blue Year by Michael Durkota

    by Artisan Book Reviews & Promotion

    "A bold debut, filled with unforgettable moments and characters." — Kirkus Reviews

    Top Medalist - Military - New Apple Book Awards
    Top Medalist - Psychological Suspense - New Apple e-Book Awards
    Finalist - IAN Book of the Year Awards.

    Once in a Blue Year begins during the first days of the Gulf War, with two navy barracks roommates remaining onshore as their submarine leaves without them. Unraveling through differen... more

  • The Passage of Anne Donovan

    by S. Mandel Joseph

    For years, Anne Donovan has struggled to heal from the murder of her mother. When her psychiatrist recommends a hypnotherapist who can transport people's consciousness through time, Anne jumps at the opportunity of traveling back to the time before her mother's death. But when she gets there, she becomes determined to prevent the murder of her mother, leading her down into a dark spiral of revenge, crime, and murder. She soon finds herself in a cat-and-mouse game with her mother's... more

  • Ex Libris: The Forbidden Books

    by John Oehler

    An unimagined secret - kept for centuries - leads to massive deception, corruption, and soul-searching choices.  Dan Lovel, a former Diplomatic Security Agent of Roma (Gypsy) heritage, agrees to steal several books from a monastery in Prague to help identify art expropriated by Napoleon. But Dan and partner, Martine, discover that one of the books contains stunning revelations that now threaten global chaos and even nuclear war. As they fight to prevent this, they become... more

  • Betrayal of Justice

    by Mark M. Bello
    Zachary Blake returns. And who stands between his client and justice? THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES In this second heart-stopping installment of the Zachary Blake Legal Thriller Series, Zack is fresh off his epic legal battle with the church’s clandestine evil forces in Betrayal of Faith. If you enjoyed the political angst of All the President’s Men or the realistic courtroom scenes of The Verdict, you will love this political-legal action thriller, where super trial lawyer Zack Blake t... more
  • Betrayal in Black

    by Mark M. Bello
    Pulled over in America? When you're white, you might get a ticket. When you're black, you might end up dead. In a fictional Michigan town, a man is pulled over by the local police. The driver wonders: “What did I do wrong?” The officer asks for I.D.; the driver casually mentions he legally carries a gun. The officer panics—confusion reigns—shots ring out—an innocent man lays bleeding to death and the incident is captured on video. The shooting becomes the national headline—the dead man is ... more
  • Betrayal in Blue

    by Mark M. Bello
    CUT OFF THE HEAD OF A SNAKE AND ANOTHER GROWS IN ITS PLACE . . . Zack and Jack are Back! White Supremacy again rears its ugly head in Dearborn . . . Trial lawyer Zachary Blake tackled The Church and clergy sexual abuse in Betrayal of Faith and white supremacy and a bigoted POTUS in Betrayal of Justice. The super lawyer returns along with Dearborn Police Captain Jack Dylan for this third installment of the Zachary Blake Legal Thriller Series, an exciting journey through investigation, chase... more
  • 9781947041479

    by Lisa Kastner
    A fantastic niche, psychic espionage. Think Legion season one meets The Men Who Stare at Goats, or the X-Men in the X-Files. A must read for anyone who loves a good laugh, a great read, and implausible but completely engaging characters.
  • The Space Behind: Captain Savva Mysteries Book 3

    by Rachael Wright
    A family’s seedy underbelly is revealed in the third installment of the Captain Savva Series. Alexandros Savva is still reeling from the shock that his daughter’s murderer and rapist has returned to Lesvos and now works alongside his wife aiding Syrian refugees. Pain and anger have brought him to the bottom of a bottle more than once. In the midst of his personal upheaval and Savva’s ongoing private crusade against international human trafficking agent Anthony Goldstein, Lesvos’ wealthiest resid... more
  • A Solitary Reaper: A Captain Savva Mystery

    by Rachael Wright
    Secrets, lies, and pain lie under the beautiful and serene mask of the isle of Lesvos, Greece. Captain Alexandros Savva of the Hellenic Police knows all three first hand. The decade-old murder of his only child haunts him and pushes him to solve every case regardless of how undeserving its victim.Savva and his team are called to Mount Lepetimnos by an American tourist who finds a man murdered on the summit. After fingerprints identify the victim as Matthias Papatonis, a former Greek mafia enforc... more
  • THE TILT-A-WHIRL MAN: Psychological Thriller

    by Sharon Erwin
    Alicia (Allie) escaped abduction and sexual molestation at the age of eight only to be murdered in her townhouse sixteen years later by another predator. Allie is unable to move past her death until her abductor and child predator is brought to justice. She knows him only as the man who operated the Tilt-A-Whirl at a traveling carnival she visited with her sister and father. In death, however, she encounters other girls waiting for justice. The little girls who didn’t escape Allie’s monster have... more
  • Mrs. Fitzroy: A Captain Savva Mystery

    by Rachael Wright
    Brash, streetwise, Captain Alexander Savva of the Hellenic Police is called to investigate the crumpled mess of a car, and the body inside it, being battered by the sea. With the brakes compromised, John Fitzroy had no chance of surviving the steep roads along the coast. Where many investigations struggle for suspects, Savva has no lack of them. Davonna tugs the thorny weeds, the purple hand-shaped bruise on her neck screaming. Had it really been ten years since she sat in a cushioned chair i... more
  • The Witness (Lucius White Novels)

    by Alan P, Woodruff
    Peace in the Middle East hangs in the balance. The President’s Mideast peace initiative is moving forward. But Russia’s intended response – if the peace accord is signed – will dramatically shift the balance of power in the region. Disclosure of the Russian plan will end the peace negotiations and the President’s hopes for re-election. David Parker, a former army intelligence officer, has obtained copies of Russia’s secret plans and is convinced that the plans must be made public. Before... more
  • Dragon Head

    by James Houston Turner

    One-and-a-half billion dollars disappears out of a numbered investment account into an impenetrable cyberspace maze. And Dragon Head, the leader of the Shí bèi crime group, wants it back. But the thief who stole it lies dead on the tracks of Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway, his access code having perished with him.

    That leaves only one man whom Dragon Head can force to retrieve the money: Aleksandr Talanov, the former KGB colonel in whose name the account w... more