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  • Evelyn Marsh

    by S.W. Clemens
    Everyone agreed Evelyn wouldn't hurt a fly...but they didn't count on a mother's ferocity, nor the fury of a woman scorned. Written in the spirit of Patricia Highsmith (Strangers on a Train; The Talented Mr. Ripley), Evelyn Marsh begins with the provocative statement that "Evelyn's first murder was an accident." The rest of the book exists to explain the implication embedded in that first line. It's a why-done-it and how-done-it, instead of a who-done-it.
  • Assassin's Hood (Death in Shanghai)

    by Garrett Hutson
    A night out in Shanghai can turn deadly, especially if you're Japanese... Shanghai, 1936. A series of assassinations on Japanese businessmen, sailors, and officials has struck fear into the International Settlement, and the Chinese government is blaming communist insurgents. It doesn't take long for Douglas Bainbridge to get pulled into the political intrigue. When a friend of Doug's is arrested for the assassination of a Japanese secret agent, Doug is certain she didn't do it. Since Chinese ... more
  • In a Safe Town

    by Garrett Hutson
    Murder isn't supposed to happen in a safe town like Heron... Who could have wanted to kill Tom Stafford, the most popular kid in school, and the best quarterback in town history? Sheriff Mark Bennett can't fathom a reason. Everyone knows everything about everyone in their small southern Indiana town...or do they? When Tom is found stabbed in the woods outside of Heron, the town is thrown into shock and disbelief. Crime like this doesn't happen here. Sheriff Bennett, up for re-election, is ... more
  • The Jade Dragon

    by Garrett Hutson
    The Jade Dragon will take you on a journey to old Shanghai, where danger, excitement, and romance exist side by side. In 1935, Shanghai is the place to be. Glittering nightlife, bustling business, and a diverse international community are just some of the appeals of the "Paris of the Orient." Douglas Bainbridge, Office of Naval Intelligence, is beginning a two-year immersion in Shanghai when he runs into Tim McIntyre, a childhood friend from San Francisco. Tim is a reporter for the Shanghai ... more

    by Michael Cahlin
  • The HAunting Of Smith Orchard

    by Jimmie R. Pennington
    The summer of 1960 finds siblings Ellis, Wanda and young Timmy moving with their parents from town to an old farmhouse and orchard. Strange events begin to occur almost immediately, odd noises coming from the upstairs bedroom, and a picture is being moved from an old trunk in the attic. While out exploring the old barn, the kids run across Joe, the foreman at the estate, and he tells them about Amanda and Eli Smith, past owners of Smith Orchard. Amanda was home alone one stormy summer day wh... more
  • Focus Lost

    by Doug Cooper

    The line between passion and obsession runs through us all.

    Levi Combs never planned to rocket to stardom.

    Eva Florez knew he would the moment she saw him.

    Gabe Adams didn’t want anything to do with celebrities.

    But after Gabe’s sister sells his photos of Levi with a young starlet to a tabloid website, their lives become intertwined forever, bound by rage and retribution.

    Blending the nuance and insight of literary fiction with the big-screen magic of... more

  • Leaning Against the Sun

    by Mike Nemeth
    Randle is a canny and disinhibited man who developed a unique moral code while incarcerated for a crime he didn’t commit. The experience taught him the difference between justice under the law and fairness in the eyes of the common man. His professional colleague, Sabrina, holds a master’s degree from Stanford, and is on a crusade to prove that a black woman can be a success in the South. Sabrina is Randle’s partner-in-crime in a cat-and-mouse game with a dogged detective who suspects Randle h... more
  • Payback: Tales of Love, Hate and Revenge

    by Steve Bassett
    Payback – Tales of Love, Hate and Revenge, by Steve Bassett, is the eagerly awaited sequel to the award-winning FATHER DIVINE’S BIKES, first novel in the Passaic River Trilogy. Winner of 2018 Solo Medalist Winner in the E-Book General Fiction category of New Apple Fifth Annual Indie Book Awards: 2018 Finalist International Book Awards (American Book Fest) in Genre Fiction' 2018 Finalist Best Book Awards (American Book Fest) in General Fiction Payback is a drama so intense that it would be impro... more
  • Buried

    by Sue Rovens
    Priscilla Wyatt is a single, middle-aged nursing assistant who lives behind Sommerville Funeral Home. When her dachshund, Weenie, returns home with a ghastly find, Pris’s life starts to spiral out of control, plummeting her headfirst into the macabre. Gerald Zenith, proprietor of Sommerville, couldn't care less about the dead. Between running scams and keeping a necrophiliac subordinate in check, Gerald’s hands are full. He hasn’t the time nor the interest to be concerned with what is happen... more
  • Hands Up

    by Stephen Clark
    Officer Ryan Quinn is on the fast track to detective until he shoots an unarmed black teen. Now, with his career, reputation and freedom on the line, he embarks on a quest for redemption that forces him to confront his fears and biases, and choose between conscience and silence. Jade Wakefield is an emotionally damaged college student living in one of Phily’s worst neighborhoods. She knows the chances of getting an indictment against the cop who killed her brother are slim. When she learns t... more
  • A Sleuth in Sausalito

    by Carol A Sheldon
    It's the wild and free-living days of Sausalito in the 60s. Poets and artists and derelict houseboats dot this artsy town. After ten years of not knowing what happened to her mother, Gwen Harris is notified that recently discovered remains might be those of her mother. She begins a long and arduous journey of what happened and who is responsible. In her search Gwen encounters forgery, deception and murder while coming face to face with drug dealers and a missing father who suddenly comes to life... more