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  • Blood Is Thicker Than Wine

    by Liz Eagle
    fter her father's death, Lil Starling, a resourceful federal probation officer, discovers information hidden in dusty old carboard boxes that recounts the only double homicide that took place in her home town of Warsaw, NY. She is shocked to learn that her grandfather's handwritten notes seem to implicate her own father and her relatives in the double murder that is over 75 years old. She gradually goes through all the boxes that she was handed as part of her father's estate, but enlists the hel... more
  • The InBetween (Painter Mann Series Book 1)

    by Dick Wybrow
    Painter Mann has sworn to help the murder victims stuck in The InBetween by revealing their killers so they can move on. But a new case threatens everything after Painter recognizes the serial killer's face. They also murdered him. Exposing them will free dozens of ghosts but will also clear Painter, leaving no one to help the souls trapped in The InBetween. When alive, he was never really good at much. Dead? He's a hell of a PI. Will Painter risk everything to save those he's sworn to... more
  • Fishermen's Court

    by Andrew Wolfendon

    Short pitch: A fatal mistake on a drunken night in college comes back to haunt a troubled artist after eighteen years, threatening his friendships, his sanity, and his life.

    Finn Carroll is a failed artist living a marginal existence in his dead parents’ home. So why would a team of killers want to murder him and frame it as a suicide? Finn survives the encounter to discover that the killers have left behind a “suicide note” detailing a dark incident from Finn’s ... more

  • Becoming Samantha Colt

    by Ken Cressman
    A nameless, homeless girl grows up on the streets of Baltimore. From a painfully young age she must learn to take care of herself, feed and clothe herself, and defend herself from those who would do her harm. When she’s arrested for shoplifting as a teenager she's recruited by a mysterious organization, where she meets David Larkin and everything changes. He becomes her teacher, her mentor, her partner and eventually her best friend. This is the fourth book in the exciting Larkin and Colt advent... more
  • Prelude to a Distant Future

    by Sandra J. Scott
    You would think for four lonely 50-something women being involuntarily recruited by The Agency for a covert mission to assassinate enemies that threaten to topple the present-day American government from inside is their greatest challenge. Traveling back in time to Nazi-Germany in order to complete the assignment …well, that’s another story.
  • Resurgence of the Hunt: A Global Spy Thriller (The Ahriman Legacy Book 3)

    by Puja Guha
    Rogue agents. Illicit arms deals. Bank heists. Island getaways. THE DOGS OF WAR meets MISSION IMPOSSIBLE on the island of Madagascar. Former spy Petra Shirazi and the Ahriman, a retired Iranian assassin, work together to bring down an illegal arms trader who has eluded international authorities for decades and propped up conflict zones around the world.
  • The Last Van Gogh

    by Will Ottinger

    "The Last Van Gogh" received the 2019 Maxy Award for Best Mystery-Detective Novel

    A brilliant and troubled artist. A lost masterpiece. The desperate search for the truth.

    An unknown Van Gogh painting disappears from France at the outbreak of World War Two. A notorious con man later claims he smuggled the immense painting to the U.S. where it is never seen again. Ninety years later, his two sons, Adam and Wesley Barrow, discover letters that supposedly confirm the p... more

  • Dark Data: Control, Alt, Delete

    by Douglas Wood
    August 14 and September 11 were the last two of a string of dates on Lori Torchia’s list. But nothing in the chronology seemed to correspond to them.. Then it hit reporter Rebecca Taft. ‘The dates are in the future. Lori’s telling us that there will be terrorist attacks on August 14 and September 11!’ Taft felt sick to her stomach. Paula Janković is a willing tool of Constantine Petrenko, a Russian oligarch with a penchant for world domination and insatiable greed. Using a superstorm of dark... more
  • Experiences in the Historical Borderlands

    by Dolores M. Martinez
    This is an original project about the experiences of people who lived in the borderlands of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. These individuals were of Spanish and indigenous Pueblo and Plains Indian ancestry. The reader to this book will experience the historical background of New Mexico and Colorado. If the reader is unfamiliar with the migration of the Spanish to the Southwest, they will have a better understanding of the shared ancestry many from this region share. Oral history is l... more
  • Mulvaney Cousins' Adventures, The Unfinished Manuscript

    by Terry M Becker
    Erin Mulvaney never dreamed a simple book report could end up an adventure beyond her wildest imagination. She, along with her brother and her new best friend, convinced her cousins to join them in a journey through the pages of a mysterious ages-old unfinished manuscript. The Mulvaney cousins found things were not always what they seem as they search for the answers to the clues left over a hundred years ago. . Was it a treasure or the truth to an old legend? Whatever it was, they could not sto... more
  • The Weakest Lynx

    by Fiona Quinn

    What she wanted was a simple life. What she got was simply terrifying

    From USA Today Bestselling author Fiona Quinn a thrilling novel of uncompromising determination and courage.

    A madman forces his way into Lexi's home. Her survival means she is the only one who can identify the stalker. Lexi becomes the critical witness who holds the key to stopping the serial killer, terrifying Washington families.

    Striker Rheas, an ex-Navy SEAL, and his team of expert operators are c... more

  • Where Wildfires Glow

    by Mutch Katsonga

    "Where Wildfires Glow is a beautiful nightmare that reveals a child's resiliency, exposes the horrors of childhood trauma, and provides a thought-provoking look at healing the soul all in one dose."---Manhattan Book Review.

    When a twelve year old boy is discovered living in the unforgiving Baybrook Woodlands, nothing can prepare the local State Trooper for what he is about to learn. Where Wildfires Glow is that boy's shocking true story. 

    **Winner of The Lit... more

  • Mind Frame

    by Evelyn Ortiz
    Mind Frame is a mystery thriller which touches themes of bullying, grief and the fear of mental illness. Bruce Spencer thinks he's losing his mind when he sees glimpses from 1966 through the eyes of a loving ten-year old child named Chickenneck Anderson. The past and the present collide as Bruce embraces the visions and his connection to the child. How much will he risk to find a murderer? Mind Frame teaches us that family love can transcend time.
  • Kaleidoscope

    by Alan Woodruff
    When Martin Bower, CEO of financially troubled Coastal Regional Hospital, is fired and charged with embezzling millions of dollars, he turns to his old friend, criminal defense attorney Lucius White. Opposing White is the ambitious, win-at-any-cost federal prosecutor who will do whatever it takes to convict Bower, and the hospital’s attorneys are only too happy to give her all the help she needs. As Lucius White investigates the charges against Bower, he uncovers an elaborate maze of money t... more
  • Ransomware and Murder (Jack Sharp MD Novels: Book 4)

    by Scott McPherson
    Jack’s Family Practice office is in trouble. Their finances just don’t make sense and as hard as Jack and his partners work, they can’t understand why they aren’t doing better. Just as they come up with some strategies for improvement, they’re hacked. Detective Rebecca Sweate’s plate is filling up. While dealing with a murder investigation in St. Francis Hospital, St. Francis is hacked as are the city offices. Pulled different directions Detective Sweate has her hands tied when they lose compu... more
  • Boulevard Dreams

    by Artisan Book Reviews & Promotion
    Down and out private eye, Joe Nails, has a problem. He endures a brief series of surrealistic dreams, in which his long-lost friend pleads for his help before turning a gun to his head and firing. Joe discovers the suicide did occur, a month before his dreams began, so he deepens his probe beneath the mystifying and smoky noir underbelly of 1958 San Francisco, and encounters rising walls of lies and heartbreak from amorous and anguished women alike, and stumbles across incomprehensible goons an... more