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  • Honolulu Heat

    by rosemary mild
    After surviving Hurricane Iniki on the island of Kauai, Alex and Leilani Wong move to Oahu for safety and peace of mind. Fate, however, is unkind. Alex and Leilani anguish over their son, Noah, an idealistic teenager who teeters on both sides of the law. Noah’s life takes an unexpected turn when he meets his dream girl, Nina Portfia. But Nina has dangerous family ties—and the romance turns ugly when she and Noah unwittingly share horrific secrets. Facing a murder charge, Noah flees and finds... more
  • Storm Island, A Kate Pomeroy Mystery

    by Linda Watkins
    ~A body found hanging from the ceiling fan in the tower room of the old manor house on Storm Island~ For nineteen years, Kate Pomeroy has suppressed that memory. A second-year-resident in surgery, she thinks she has her life under control. But a curious conversation overheard while taking a catnap launches her on a descent into a world filled with nightmarish visions that cause her to doubt her own sanity. Sent to Storm Island to rest and recuperate from an apparent breakdown, Kate is forc... more
  • Germs of War

    by Ketan Desai
    What if ISIS had biological weapons? This nightmare scenario was published in Germs of War first in 1999, which predicted 9/11. A fast-paced amalgamation of science, international intrigue with rogue CIA agents battling terrorists, and politics. And a lonely student who can thwart it all. Will she be able to?
  • The Gift of Love: Barry Holmes Investigates

    by Brenda Mohammed


    Love, Betrayal, Deception, Kidnapping, Conspiracy. Set on a lovely Caribbean island, The Gift of Love is filled with suspense and mystery, Crystal is torn between fulfilling her dying father’s wish for her to marry Peter, and her undying love for her boyfriend Barry. Why was her daughter Lauren kidnapped, and by whom? Only one man is willing to investigate her daughter's disappearance. Who is he? What was The Gift of Love and who was the recipient? The Book is... more

  • A Thousand Enemies

    by Michael A. Richards
    When Nathan Montserrat entered Spaso House in Moscow, he decided not to kill the future Secretary of State. Instead, he would only deliver a message. He had no idea a Mossad assassin would do the job for him or that the killer would fire a .45 caliber slug into his chest. A former CIA deep cover operative, Montserrat is blackmailed by the Director of the CIA to undertake one last mission. After the debacle in Spaso House, the Russian police drag him to a Moscow prison - the first step into a bew... more
  • Profit Wars

    by Mac Whitesides
    Military thriller set in Atlanta and Romania in the year 2020. The protagonist is an emotionally damaged man who witnesses the murder of his family. As he is trying to piece his life back together he learns of his company’s corporate malfeasance and personal betrayal. He also discovers a heretofore unknown older sister of his adopted daughter in the person who his company is determined to destroy. This knowledge will prove fatal to him unless he can demonstrate a common thread of evidence linkin... more
  • Profit Wars

    by Mac Whitesides
    Profit Wars (ISBN 9781478796692) is a 270-page military thriller set in Atlanta and Romania in the year 2020. In my novel the protagonist, Jake, is an emotionally damaged man who witnesses the murder of his family. As he is trying to piece his life back together he learns of his company’s corporate malfeasance and personal betrayal. He also discovers a heretofore unknown older sister of his adopted daughter in the person who his company is determined to destroy. This knowledge will prove fatal t... more
  • The Damage Done: A Louis Kincaid Thriller

    by PJ Parrish
    Louis Kincaid is wearing a badge again -- as part of an elite homicide squad. But the return to his Michigan home comes at the bidding of a man who once vowed to destroy him. When the cold case deaths of two little boys collides with the white-hot murder of a mega-church minister, Louis finds himself fighting to unearth the secret past of his police captain -- and the demons of his own childhood.
  • Who killed her husband

    by alekhya talapatra
    Amid the snow-clad peaks and emerald green valleys of Europe, a man offers a lift to a beautiful girl. Hours later, his body is found in a mangled car. Thousands of miles away, his estranged wife looks around with satisfaction at her unique resort, a home away from home, not for tired humans, but for their beloved pets. When Bipasha’s marriage to Arin Roy Chowdhury crumbled, she had nothing to fall back on except her wits and a beautiful body. That was enough. Refusing to fade into oblivion ... more
  • Fatal Legislation

    by Ellen Butler
    One moment, Capitol Hill lobbyist Karina Cardinal is having a heated discussion with Senator Harper, who just torpedoed her latest health care legislation initiative. The next, he’s dead at her feet. Hours later, she’s still so rattled she forgets close her back door. Or did she? Then her boyfriend, FBI cybercrimes expert Mike Finnegan, has bad news. The senator’s death was an assassination, and Karina’s a “person of interest”. Certain that status could change to “suspect” at any moment, Kari... more
  • B07FF2J25Q

    by J. Gregory Smith
    Military contractor Kyle Logan’s luck has gone from bad to worse ever since he returned home to Philadelphia following an injury by an IED in Iraq. First, his marriage crumbles, then his career after he’s pushed to the brink and assaults his wife’s lover, who is also her divorce attorney. When Kyle’s shady best friend turns up and offers him a “once in a lifetime” chance to regain his job and his life, all for just a couple night’s work, Kyle figures he’s got nothing to lose. The police, Phi... more
  • Choice of Enemies

    by Michael A.. Richards
    A tale of greed, betrayal, and vengeance, CHOICE OF ENEMIES is the first in a series of espionage novels featuring Nathan Monsarrat, a former Central Intelligence Agency operative with an extensive knowledge of Africa and expertise in weapons, women, and Benjamins. Light sweet crude is the mother’s milk of the Niger Delta. As the price for each barrel rises on the international markets and the stakes for securing the black gold increase, a consortium of American oil companies and the Central Int... more
  • The Rigel Affair

    by L M Hedrick
    Abandoned by his part-Cherokee Ma, Charlie Kincaid escapes servitude with his uncle. He jumps a boxcar, accompanied by his schoolmate Roxy, who is escaping troubles of her own. Charlie becomes a US Navy Diver. Mattie Blanc is from a genteel New Zealand family. But when her brother’s friend persuades her to take a ride, it all goes horribly wrong. Desperate, she flees her family’s stifling expectations for a new life in Auckland. After the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, Charlie sets sail for Aucklan... more
  • The Enigma Source

    by Breakfield and Burkey

    The world is almost ready for fiat currency to be replaced by a superior digital currency.  The trouble is, which one and who will own it? The R-Group is back and trying to guide the players to a safe destination in the complex world of cryptocurrency.  The Global Bank has tasked Tonya to find and hire a cryptologist to create a new global cryptocurrency, though sometimes it seems she may not be up to the task. Along the way it appears she is the one getting played.

    The c... more

  • Death's Detective: The Malykant Mysteries, Volume 1

    by Charlotte English
    Detective. Judge. Executioner. Konrad Savast is the Malykant: foremost and most secret servant of the God of Death. His job? To track down the foulest of murderers and bring them to The Malykt's Justice. No mercy. No quarter. The Rostikov Legacy: When Konrad discovers the body of a wealthy society hostess lying in the cold, mist-shrouded reaches of the Bone Forest, the pressure is on to find her killer. Can he catch the killer without revealing himself as the Malykant? The Ivanov ... more
  • Saving Ferris

    by A R Kennedy
    After Cecilia’s husband dies, she’s forced to become Ferris’s caregiver, something she does not immediately warm to. But when his life is threatened by an intruder, she shoots the intruder to save the golden retriever. Police Chief Holden Owens thinks Cecilia acted lawfully, but few agree. The prosecutor feels that Cecilia has committed murder, not self defense. In the eyes of the law, one can use lethal force to protect themselves and others, but not property. Pets are considered property. ... more