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  • Intimate Encounter

    by Deren Icke
    Jeff, a charismatic ex playboy and journalist tormented by his past, stumbles upon a pretty girl held captive by a powerful madam and her evil employees. His new passion is to set her free. He must overcome terrifying ordeals and his own lusts. His strength will be tested at every turn. Will he endure, or will he lose everything?
  • The Trainee Undercover

    by Brenda Shaw
    ‘Going undercover was their only option.’ ‘The Trainee Undercover’ is a suspense thriller novel packed with action and deceptions. Paul Collier, a high level executive, in a pharma company gets threatened into silence by an unknown force. In despair, he decides to send his family away to protect them. Alex, a happy-go-lucky teenager, is all set to enjoy his summer vacation with his friends. But fate has other plans in store! They get entangled with a murder case. Alex and his friends are now com... more
  • Benjamin Sorrow: One for Sorrow

    by P.G. Challis
    Benjamin is retired. Borell is drunk. Jackson Burns, a genius scientist and an old friend of Benjamin’s, is brutally robbed of an important and powerful device. The good news is only Jackson knows the secret to the device’s operation. The bad news is he’s now being hunted for this knowledge. Benjamin leaves retirement behind and returns to the secretive Society to protect his friend and recover the stolen device. Meanwhile, Borell, a talented thief and competent killer, is hired by a myste... more
  • Lady Beth

    by Caroline E. Farrell

    Beth Downes is a quiet, unassuming woman. Attractive, though careless in her appearance, she works hard, living only for her teenage son, Jesse. But Beth has been keeping secrets and when Jesse dies following a drug-fuelled night out, a very different woman emerges. Beth had always refused to tell Jesse who his father was, an issue that they fought about just before his death. Now, compounded by grief, guilt, regret and the need to find out the truth of who is responsible for her son's de... more

  • Confrontation. Aliens and Humans. Allies and Enemies.

    by Don Foxe
    Space Fleet confronts an alien threat while an enemy on the inside is determined to tear it apart. - Book Two in the Space Fleet Sagas follows first contact with aliens, and the realization the galaxy is alive, and in turmoil. The unification of Earth is in peril. Conspiracies to dissolve the central government are real. - Captain Daniel Cooper has changed, but his mission remains the same. Keep the people of Space Fleet safe, and protect his home world. - To solve the ... more
  • The Peculiar Case of the Lakewoods

    by T.D. Edwards
    Life apart from her twin, Matilda, isn’t easy for Charlotte Lakewood. On the other hand, life with Matilda wasn’t exactly easy either. In more ways than the obvious, Charlotte always felt the two of them were too close for comfort, which especially presented problems when she was regularly blamed for her sister’s disturbing antics. Upon starting college, Charlotte finally feels free from her sister’s clutches. The freedom is short-lived though, when she returns home over summer break only to ... more
  • The Iguana Project

    by Dale Arden
    Revenge Feels Sweet When It Puts Cold-Blooded Killers Into Hibernation . . . Indefinitely When the mafia murders Colleen Brádaigh, her heartbroken husband Patrick develops a brilliant, chilling plan for revenge. A fast-paced thriller, The Iguana Project by Dale Arden (Lulu Press) combines science, shady business, undying love and an unforgettable plot.
  • The Ossuary's Paladin

    by Daniela Bronzy
    In her first released novel, Daniela Bronzy introduces her diverse cast of characters who weave in and out of the plot to propel the story of Haway Halabi. A lost, desperate and lonely Syrian refugee girl, Ms. Bronzy places us hand in hand along her forced pilgrimage and plight from her home into the unknown, where she is searching for answers and a means to gain and capture the entire the world's attention and ultimately reveal, thru her own misguided jihad, her family's long kept secrets.
  • Murder as the Organist Plays

    by Deborah D Russo Kralich
    As the wedding music starts, the bride begins her long walk to the arms of her groom. But she will not finish the journey. The beautiful bride emerges stunned, blood on her dress. She stands alone, blood dripping from a dagger at her fingertips. Unknowing, his back to this scenario, the organist plays on... The processional music is the soundtrack for the murder that shatters the wedding day. The celebrated socialite goes from bride to victim to suspect in a matter of hours. Only one man, flambo... more
  • The Mystique Woven in Our Land

    by Deborah Kralich
    Historical fiction with mystery and romance, set in 1792. The unlikely combination of witchcraft and high treason lead to treachery and murder haunting a hero’s daughter and the soldier she loves. Vanishings in a growing Kentucky town spark fears of government conspiracies combined with the supernatural. An experiment in tolerance and unprecedented freedom for women unexpectedly yields chaos, attracting evil in a way no one predicted. Named at birth by her dying mother in hopes she would be a li... more
  • Al-Kiama: The Life After

    by Moustafa Moukarim
    Following the destruction of Islam's holiest of shrines; world leaders convene in Amman, Jordan, to forestall a devastating global conflict in Al-Kiama, by Moustafa F. Moukarim. About five hundred diplomats from all over the world gather for a concluding banquet to celebrate the apparent achievement of peace, but they are stunned when a group of Islamic Revolutionists disguised as Royal Guard opens fire and takes the entire assembly hostage. As demands escalate, the author graphically desc... more
  • Race for the Flash Stone

    by K. Patrick Donoghue
    In this thrilling archaeological mystery, scientist Anlon Cully hunts for evidence of a long-forgotten civilization, a race of ancient mariners who possessed a sixth-sense lost to the ages — the ability to detect and interact with the Earth’s magnetic field. With this special gift, the prehistoric civilization crafted stone tools with astonishing powers. Inexplicably, the advanced culture vanished from the pages of history…until a set of their special stones was discovered by Anlon’s uncle, a... more
  • Shadows of the Stone Benders

    by K. Patrick Donoghue
    For fans of Dan Brown's Robert Langdon novels, a riveting archaeological mystery. World-renowned scientist Anlon Cully is unexpectedly swept into the thick of a suspense-riddled adventure when his archaeologist uncle, Devlin Wilson, dies under suspicious circumstances. Prior to his “accidental” fall off a New Hampshire mountain trail, Devlin made the discovery of a lifetime – unearthing undeniable proof that a technologically advanced society thrived on Earth long before archaeologists tho... more
  • Avenging Angel: A Kingman & Reed Novel

    by Bill Zahren
    There’s a night stalker loose in Sioux City who believes she’s on a mission from God. Woodbury County prosecutor Hillary Reed believes all things are possible with God—including putting her together with an unlikely significant other, Sioux City Sentinel-Leader reporter Tom Kingman. But when a killer named Gabrielle starts sending Tom handwritten notes claiming to be God’s avenging angel, Hillary concurs with Tom’s assessment: “It’s more likely Gabrielle has been dropping acid while reading... more
  • Panther 27

    by J. Curry Druz
    On a remote hammock in the heart of the Florida Everglades, a young wildlife biologist discovers the remains of one of the endangered Florida panthers she was monitoring. Her efforts to determine the cause of its death are met with frustration until she meets a troubled engineer who is seeking his own answers. Together, they are immersed into a tangled world of deception as they work to expose the truth about the animal?s demise against a backdrop of swampland wilderness and political jungles.
  • Beyond Terror

    by Raoul D. Revord, Esq.
    She would be severely beaten and likely killed if she stayed, but certainly killed if she tried to leave. Was it self-defense, or was it murder? To defend his client, one lawyer from Michigan?s Upper Peninsula must fmd the truth in forensic evidence and through a sensational trial, portray to the jury a drama of the life of Jean and John Davis. Raoul Revord?s Beyond Terror tells readers this gripping story of a battered wife who suddenly is left no choice but to end years of domestic violence by... more