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  • Tina and the Big Bad Wolf and Other Stories

    by Jason Ryan Dale
    Just past the Philadelphia city limits there are a cluster of neighborhoods no one on the outside pays much attention to. It's a nice place to live, with ballfields and takeout joints around every corner. The people who've raised their families for generations in the rowhomes and brick houses teach their kids to work hard and keep out of trouble. But some people aren't interested in staying out of trouble. There are fortunes to be made in the backstreets and shady barrooms, if you can stay a... more
  • Presidential Advantage: Operation First Lady

    by Jessica James
    An unsuspecting First Lady must rely on a Secret Service agent to discover who can be trusted—and who will do anything to keep control.
  • Percivious Insomnia

    by JJ and AJ Cook, M.D.
    An insomnia pandemic is sweeping the globe, leaving people unable to function and society on the brink of collapse... Dr. Cooper Delaney believes he has the answer: Nocturnal, a new sleep-aid—one with absolutely no side-effects—which in early testing shows 100% effectiveness. The only problem is, it doesn’t work. With no warning. No explanation. Unable to accept the drug’s inexplicable failure and unwilling to concede to the competition, lines are crossed, ethical boundaries are pushed... more
  • Multiverse

    by Robert Mercer-Nairne
    Set in the near future, world trade has collapsed and the American economy has entered a depression. The economically dispossessed are drifting into camps that are being set up in city parks across the country. Invited to the White House, the charismatic evangelist, Richard Preston, offers up a radical idea. In Congress the Nationalists, led by Milo Meadows III and Moralists, led by President Henry Dukes, are increasingly resorting to the black arts as they vie for the power held by the still do... more
  • Talus & the Frozen King

    by Graham Edwards
    A dead warrior king frozen in winter ice. Six grieving sons, each with his own reason to kill. Two weary travellers caught up in a web of suspicion and deceit. In a distant time long before our own, wandering bard Talus and his companion Bran journey to the island realm of Creyak, where the king has been murdered. From clues scattered among the island’s mysterious barrows and stone circles, they begin their search for his killer. But do the answers lie in this world or the next? Nobody ... more
  • Mr. Smith and the Roach

    by J.J. DiBenedetto
    John Smith has a problem. He’s a retired cop whose pension just got wiped out, and he doesn’t know why or how. Now he needs to find a roommate to help pay the bills. Sam has a problem. He’s a six-foot-tall talking cockroach and he doesn’t know who created him, or why, or how. Now he needs a place to live. Thrown together as roommates and amateur detectives, Mr. Smith and the Roach realize their problems might be related. But those problems are far more complicated than they imagined, and b... more
  • Death by Your Own Device

    by Peter Kowey
    Ray Gilbert isn't someone you would call a "nice guy," but he is a hard-working cardiologist who gives a damn about his job. When Ray starts seeing patients who received medical devices they might not need, he tries to figure out why. Spurned by his superiors and professional societies, Ray turns to Tiffany Springer, an eager but naive newspaper reporter-and Ray's new lover-to tell his story. Her articles gain national acclaim. Ray and Tiffany ride the crest of their success ... until they came ... more
  • The Secret Angels

    by Smita Bhattacharya
    A slow burn, atmospheric crime mystery set in the quirky by lanes of Bandra in Mumbai. Three missing women, oddball neighbours, a cult as old as the Gods. What is actually going on in Mumbai's Chapel Road? Is there a serial killer in their midst? Summary Darya had thought Chapel Road in Bandra was a quaint little lane when she'd decided to rent there. But she soon realized a tragic mystery lurked behind its peculiar charm. Three women had disappeared from there in the past three years, ... more

    by Smita Bhattacharya
    KISS OF SALT is a slow-burn atmospheric crime mystery set on the warm, sandy beaches of Goa. Families are dying because of a secret they kept. Can Darya find the murderer before he gets to her? Summary It was crazy really, for Darya to think she could have some peace and quiet at Heliconia Lane. Yes, it was located in a beautiful corner of South Goa—by the beach, no less—but after her Aunt Farideh disappeared twenty years ago—from this very place—nothing has been the same again. And now... more
  • When Memory Fails

    by L. C. HAYDEN
    When Sandra Sechrest discovers the terrible secret about her family’s ancestors, she’s determined to right the wrongs. She seeks Bronson, a retired cop’s help. They along with Bronson’s nephew travel to a ghost town in Colorado to unearth the secrets buried there. But Sandra’s family led by the evil Bobbi Lazzarone will do anything to guarantee that Sandra fails—anything, including murder. Suddenly Sandra, Daniel, and Bronson are thrown into a world filled with deception and danger. Bronson sw... more
  • The Test

    by Jeremiah D. Davis
    Two kids wake up in an unknown place, unsure of who or where they are. In order to find these answers, they must complete a number of tasks. However, this test is not as easy as it seems.
  • Hawthorn Woods

    by Patrick Canning
    Seeking to rediscover herself after a divorce, a detective-minded woman embarks on solving the small mysteries of a Midwest neighborhood, only to learn the secrets hidden there are more horrifying than she could have ever imagined. Summer, 1989. Reeling from a catastrophic divorce, Francine Haddix flees San Francisco for a two week stay at her sister’s house in Hawthorn Woods, Illinois. The quaint neighborhood of shady trees and friendly neighbors seems like the perfect place for her to sort... more
  • Fool's Gold

    by PJ Skinner
    She aspires to be Indiana Jones But she’s more like Bridget Jones Until she finds the mysterious Inca steps It’s 1987. Sam Harris graduates as a geologist in mineral exploration. Undeterred by the difficulties presented by her gender, she is determined to make her mark in a man’s world. Despite her qualifications, finding a job proves almost impossible. In an act of desperation, Sam accepts a contract with a dodgy entrepreneur exploring for gold in the remote rainforests of Sierramar. ... more
  • The Zima Confession


    Can one man bring down the world's financial systems?

    Glasgow 1977 - a young Trotskyite, Richard Slater, comes up with the idea that if he hid in deep cover until he was in a position of responsibility, he could unleash a devastating act of sabotage capable of starting a revolution. Party activists develop the plan - code name Zima and lie in wait…

    London 2013 - Richard is in London, working for a financial so... more


    by John Mollard
    Hollywood, California, August 2005. The double murder of a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon and his fiancee leaves LAPD homicide detectives baffled. Assigned to assist in the investigation, FBI Special Agent Haley Murch has a theory—were the slayings a copycat of the 1969 Manson murders or were they the work of somebody else altogether, someone elusive? For the past six years, she had researched the exploits of a notorious serial killer the media had come to call “The Hollywood Walk of Fame ... more
  • The Lost Moments

    by Blakely Buckles
    Haley has survived a horrific accident, but she was not the only one involved. She has no recollection of the events that led to the accident and few memories of her life before it. After fleeing the scene, she seeks shelter in an unfamiliar town. Haley is charmed by small town life and quickly forms friendships with the locals, but she can’t stop thinking about who she left behind. Becoming distracted by the town’s history, she searches for clues to solve its mysteries, but she still struggl... more