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  • Court Kasie

    by Bill Gourgey

    A high school intern facing deportation… A plot to bribe a Supreme Court Justice… A case that could ignite a nation?

    Fifteen-year-old Kasie has always been an exceptionally gifted student. Unfortunately, she’s also an undocumented immigrant. Ever since her parents were deported during a politically motivated ICE sweep, she’s been living with her friend’s family, in fear of ICE. But she’s continued to excel at school, and with the support o... more

  • Twenty-One

    by D. Victoria BonAnno
    Reeling from the recent loss of her mother, college student Chloe Leroux just wants to finish her final academic year in peace. But when she indulges in a night out to a mysterious club, she awakens naked and locked in a cage with a collar around her neck. Chloe is trapped in a manor populated by women who have been kidnapped, branded, and brainwashed into sex slaves to auction off to the highest bidder. Demetrius, her mercurial captor, promises to do the same to her. As the slave auction draws ... more
  • No One Sleeps

    by Jack Erickson
    Milan's elite anti-terrorism police receive a tip that a sleeper cell of Muslim terrorists have received toxic chemicals from Pakistan to make deadly sarin gas. The leader of the cell has access to Milan's centers of commerce, finance, technology, and culture -- all high profile targets with potentially hundreds of casualties in a terrorist attack.
  • Sundown: Engineering Gives the Devil a Sunburn

    by Carl H. Mitchell
    In 2057, when the world is starved of oil and the whole globe is in the unrelenting grip of the World Council, NYCPD detective Nick Garvey has his plate murderously full, contending with: the assassination of the Vice President and four Secret Service agents; the vicious power struggle between President Lenora Allison and the Supreme Leader of the World Council, Jason Beck; the off-duty avenging of the brutalization of his estranged daughter by her live-in thug; the kidnapping of his granddaught... more
  • Cast for Murder (A Veronica Walsh Mystery)

    by Jeanne Quigley
    Former soap opera actress Veronica Walsh is recovering from her first holiday season in the retail world when she is pulled from retirement to star in a community production of Blithe Spirit. Delighted to play the part of a medium, Veronica must soon also assume the role of amateur sleuth when she finds the play’s director shot dead behind the theater. Teaming with stage manager Sophie Morrissey, Veronica’s hunt for clues to the murder of Gigi Swanson leads her to a cast of colorful behind-th... more
  • Ashkettle Haunted

    by A.M. Goetz
    Dack doesn’t want to remember. His mind refuses to forget. In book two, a threat from the boys' past is resurrected and sets its sights on the youngest brother. Will Dack finally understand his true worth, or will the incident throw him into a downward spiral from which he can’t recover? Come along with the Ashkettle Boys, as they take on Dack’s mental illness, their own feelings of helplessness and an ugly terror from the past. Will they survive and become stronger together? Or w... more
  • Ashkettle Crazy

    by A.M. Goetz
    His two older brothers will do anything to keep him safe. A crazed killer will do anything to see him dead. When Dack Ashkettle witnesses a neighbor’s murder, he’s left with two grim choices – run or die. That’s when older brother Bo steps up and spirits Dack away to the mountains where safety, sanity and their oldest brother awaits. Deep in the wilds of the Adirondacks, the boys find safe haven. Have they finally earned their freedom? Or is any place really safe when a madman wants yo... more
  • Blacky Jaguar Against The Cool Clux Cult

    by Angel Luis Colon

    Ex-IRA hard-ass, wanted international criminal, and all-around hooligan Blacky Jaguar is back and on the run.

    After painting the Cross Bronx Expressway red—literally—and losing his beloved car Polly to his ex, Linda Chen (who isn’t returning his calls because she’s not a complete idiot), Blacky decides his time is running short and has tasked himself with one last stop before tossing hands up and surrendering: Graceland.

    Of course, nothing Blacky Jaguar set... more

  • The Jubilee Problem

    by Anna Elliott
    The year is 1897. Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James, his lovely young American daughter, must finally unmask the traitor who has crossed swords with them in their three previous adventures. Their secret adversary is now masterminding a well-orchestrated conspiracy to destroy the most glamorous event of the Century: Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee Celebration. Lucy's growing relationship with Detective Constable Jack Kelly will be seriously tested as she and Jack work with Sherlock and Watson to de... more

    by Alison Brodie
    Zenka is a Hungarian dancer. When crime boss, Jack Murray, saves her life she vows to become his guardian angel, with devastating results.
  • The Devil to Pay

    by Gene J. Parola
    Sven Olafson and Matt Blair, a yacht delivery crew, pick up a client's boat in the Bahamas.  Even before they board, they find the body of GULL's boat keeper in her dinghy. Menacing Cubans board GULL at midnight, threatening to tow her away to be dismantled in search of a mysterious canister that's hidden aboard.The crew outsmarts the aggressors and escapes with their charge intact, but....   Adding to the crew's burdens, a derelict boat surrenders a mysterious trapped woman who appears to be... more
  • Stealing Ghosts (The DeWitt Agency Files Book 2)

    by Lance Charnes

    Dorotea DeVillardi is ninety-one years old, gorgeous, and worth a fortune. Matt Friedrich’s going to steal her.

    The Nazis seized Dorotea’s portrait from her Viennese family, then the Soviets stole it from the Nazis. Now it’s in the hands of a Russian oligarch. Dorotea’s corporate-CEO grandson played by the legal rules to get her portrait back, but he struck out. So he’s hired the DeWitt Agency to get it for him – and he doesn&rsquo... more

  • Small World

    by Ronald R Johnson

    A journalist and a reclusive professor have 10 days to find someone named Basil or the world will be destroyed. They know nothing about him except his first name. They have, however, discovered a communication device that gives them clues, but only the professor can read it, and the journalist has excellent reasons for doubting the professor’s sanity. Along the way, they must kidnap a Reality TV star, trust a woman with a mysterious past, and get the cooperation of a dysfunctional famil... more

  • The Silent Gene

    by Ryan Julian
    Preliminary tests convinced billionaire biotech scientist Andrew Moody that he had found the key to immortality, so he broke with protocol and activated the same gene in a human subject. The sickness that followed was expected, but then came the other changes. The lifespan was extended to tens of thousands of years, but collateral effects have the victim wishing for death to come quickly. Moody’s best chance for a solution is Conway Kriegee, a hotshot young professor in the field of superlongevi... more
  • The Amendment Killer

    by Ronald S. Barak


    That's the text message Supreme Court Justice Arnold Hirschfeld receives as hearings commence in the U.S. Supreme Court to determine the fate of the 28th Amendment - enacted to criminalize abuse of power on the part of our political representatives.

    In court to defend the amendment, retired U.S. District Court Judge Cyrus Brooks observes his old friend and law school classmate Hirschfeld acting s... more

  • Patriots: Book One

    by Will Kane Thompson
    Whether they admit it or not, or even realize it, their whole lives have been altered by the events of September 11th, 2001, when they were just kids. They came to this paradise of a college campus to find freedom, themselves, their future, sex, love, fun, God, intellectual discovery, their creative core … but instead find their world being torn apart again by political divisiveness, extremism, rage. And now one of them will turn back to the terror of their youth in the hope of finding ans... more