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  • Robot Revenge

    by J.J. Chow
    (second in the humorous Winston Wong Cozy Mystery series) Winston Wong, expert seniors’ sleuth, takes on a case in his local neighborhood. When the captain of the block, a reclusive robot inventor, has a fatal fall, Winston suspects foul play. But was it the ambitious events coordinator, the slick banker, the eco activist, or the tiger mom? Just as his girlfriend is called out of town, his bossy sister shows up at his door. Can Winston get his comfy videogaming life back and solve the unn... more
  • Lake of Lies

    by Clark Haberman
    Since leaving his criminal investigators position, CJ Hand has become a thriving community college instructor in northwest Iowa. Finally, he can settle down with his fiancée Dee and have a peaceful future. But all this tranquility rapidly fades: A call from his daughter is unsettling, and suddenly Dee’s life might change with a new job offer. Then, past troubles return and nearly destroy him.
  • Dead Man's Run

    by Clark Haberman
    Looking forward to a brief respite from teaching at a small community college, CJ Hand finds more than quietude. The harrowing experience of the geocache mayhem the past year left him with a want for isolation in the Nebraska Pine Ridge. What he finds is a call for help from his friends. A geologist has disappeared, and a cougar is blamed for the kill of an unknown person. Before he arrives in the Pine Ridge County, CJ is called back to Yankton, South Dakota because his wife to be suffered... more
  • Murder Under A Blue Moon: A 1930s Mona Moon Mystery Book 1

    by Abigail Keam
    Miss Mona is broke. It’s during the Depression, and National Geographic has just turned down her application to join an expedition to the Amazon. What’s she to do? Perhaps get a job as a department store salesgirl. Anything to tide her over until a next assignment. There’s a knock on the door. Who could this be in the middle of the night? Holding a revolver, Mona reluctantly opens her door to a man wearing a Homburg hat and holding a briefcase. “I bring glad tidings. Your Uncle Manfred... more
  • Last Gasp

    by Howard Levine
    Frank Tedeschi’s niece is dead, one of thousands of victims of a terrorist attack, which has been laid at the feet of “Islamic radicals” by a right-wing US government. Frank, based on a chance encounter, is one of the very few people who question the government’s explanation. He is a Vietnam veteran who wants nothing more than to live without further controversy or conflict. Can he and his grieving brother Rob, a detective with the NYPD, obtain the necessary evidence to uncover the truth, in ... more
  • Death and Cupcakes

    by Yvonne Rediger
    Jane Westcott has come home to Musgrave Landing and nothing will be the same again. She has inherited her aunt’s cafe, and a good thing too. Her finances are in a shambles. When her sister receives a letter from their deceased aunt, alluding to finding a key. But where is Jane's letter? The villagers learn the mayor is missing and when Jack Birch finds the mayor, murdered. Jane’s letter is in his coat. Worse, as the investigation unfolds, Jack finds the murder weapon. Turns out it is Jane's ... more
  • Diamonds & Deception

    by Ellen Butler
    When fashion crosses the line to felony, the only label left to wear could be a toe tag. Sadira Manon, friend and colleague of Karina Cardinal’s sister Jillian, has been moonlighting at a jewelry store. When a loose diamond falls out of her purse, the police sing her the song of their people—"Miranda Rights.” Karina, Jilly, and Silverthorne Security join forces to investigate who’s setting Sadira up to take a fall, and why. By the time Karina realizes they’ve dug too deep, Jillian’s in trou... more

    by Paul Sinor
    Senator "Poker John" Herbert is on target to get his party's nomination for President of the US. The only thing that may stand in his way is a rumor of a daughter he fathered when he was in law school in New Orleans. The daughter, if she exists, may or may not know that he is her father. Not only that, but she is mixed race. The fourth book in the Max Maxwell mystery series takes the reader from the halls of Congress to the French Quarter, the bayous and Voodoo ceremonies in Louisiana. He so... more
  • Pure Gold: Three Cases of Gold

  • Collateral Carnage: Money. Politics. Big Pharma. What could go wrong?

    by Chris Saper
    Money. Politics. Big Pharma. What could go wrong? ​As PTSD therapist Claire Wilheit is about to learn, a whole helluva lot.​ A chance after-hours encounter with a fellow therapist reveals falsified patient files and thrusts Claire into a conspiracy poised to revolutionize treatment for US veterans now and for future generations, with deadly collateral damage.​ Trapped in an avalanche of events over which she has no control, Claire is locked in a race against time to stop the release of ... more
  • The Insane Inside

    by Tommy Ray
    The Insane Inside is a horror short story. If you like thrilling terror, surreal settings, and unforeseen twists, then you'll love Tommy Ray's pulse-pounding tale.
  • Loneliness Is Brutal

    by Brendon thutso
    Larry the main character in the novel is known as the life of a party. but his world is turned upside down. he is abandoned and rejected by everyone who loves him. he is trapped in a world of loneliness and he barely survives it because it's very brutal
  • Murder on the Third Try (A Pastor Matt Hayden Mystery Book 3)

    by K.P. Gresham
    Mike Hogan, former undercover cop who worked the Miami drug scene, wakes up in an Austin, Texas, hospital ICU. Not only is he missing part of his skull, he is missing four years of memories. In those four years he learns he’s become a pastor, taken a church in rural Texas, and fallen in love with the beguiling, red-headed owner of the town’s local bar.At least he remembers why he’s on the run in the Fed’s Witness Protection Program. Howard Rutledge, former Miami Chief of Police killed Mike’s fat... more
  • When a Stranger Karen S. Bell

    by Jewel Hart
    What price would you pay for success? A lightning bolt out-of the blue on an otherwise sunny afternoon, transports author Alexa Wainwright to an alternate universe where the characters from her novels are given the breadth of life. Having just made a vow that she would do whatever it took to once again achieve the international acclaim of her debut novel, Alexa doesn’t realize how ominously that vow would be tested. In this altered reality, she is introduced to media mogul King Blakemore who ... more
  • Believe What You Want to Believe

    by Alicia Kristine
    Sean Murphy invites you back to the year 1971 to his early childhood in the south Boston suburbs. Where he is exposed to the chilling secrets of the dark side of an unsuspecting Catholic priest. Sean and his sister Janie become perfect witnesses to untold stories of black magic and murder. Scare tactics, manipulation techniques and threats of their entire family being murdered keeps the children from exposing the truth. Will the children survive this chaos? Based on a true story.
  • What Hides Within

    by J.L. Canfield
    Detective Philip Samy's hidden past is partially exposed when he's asked by the presiding Bishop to investigate a strange situation that's happen inside the local church's walls. As Samyn and his team investigate, they learn dark secrets about Irish Catholicism, church cover-ups, and papal politics. Samyn is reminded why he dislikes nuns, doesn't trust anyone in a dog collar, and refuses to practice religion anymore. Will this be the case that ends his career or will it become the one that m... more