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  • Lip Hooked

    by Chris Gardner
    Finn Cummings is a walking contradiction: experienced deep-sea captain without a boat; domestic-abuse counselor with a hair-trigger temper; loved by the gorgeous multi-millionaire owner of Heaven Scent, a 58-foot Buddy Davis-designed sport fishing yacht, yet unable to free himself from the clutches of Jeena Sterling, a sexual predator who shows up in his bed, dripping wet and wearing a mermaid costume. Finn’s shaky hold on a what should be an easy-going life in the Florida Keys totally unrave... more
  • Reign of the Madman: The Birdcatcher

    by Walter Schenck
    Many books, non-fiction as well as fiction, have been written about the Vietnam War. Heroes, anti-heroes, helicopters battles, tank battles, The Battle of An Loc, The Battle of Kontom, the Battle for the soul. While there are some good non-fiction books out there, those books have the advantage of already being populated with characters, with location, with history, with themes, and story-lines. In contrast, there are few good fiction books written on Vietnam, and in fact, about any kind of war ... more
  • The Dante Deception

    by Jenni Wiltz

    Natalie Brandon has a secret.

    She knows a 700-year-old Dante manuscript up for auction is a fake, but no one believes her because she was diagnosed with schizophrenia as a child. To stop the auction, she enlists the help of her sister Beth, a history professor.

    But when the forger’s scheme crumbles, he seeks revenge…because the sisters have cost him more than money. Natalie and Beth have just disrupted an even bigger plot – a web of lies spun over forty years an... more

  • THE AFTER WAR, Part I: To Alice

    by Brandon Zenner

    Two years have passed since humankind faced extinction: Cousins, Brian and Steven, are leaving the protection of their underground bunker for the first time, after a cataclysmic war and unrelenting disease ravaged the earth. On the other side of North America, a young survivalist is leaving the seclusion of his cabin deep in the woods, traveling with his aging canine companion, Winston. For individual reasons, these men are traveling east, facing the terrible wake o... more

  • Big Flies

    by Keith Hirshland
    After Chester Daniel David, highly celebrated travel writer and hospitality critic, dies in an automobile accident, his son, Leland, is the heir to his prosperous estate. Among the late writer’s possessions are stacks of magazines hidden in an attic that suggest that his stories about his world travels were less than authentic. As Leland grew up, it seemed as if his father was never home. If he wasn’t at the exotic locations depicted in the various publications, then where was he? And what was h... more
  • He Can See Heaven

    by J.B. Keats
    He Can See Heaven is the fast tale of Ellen Shea, an intrepid doctoral candidate on a dangerous search, first for a cache of ancient scrolls, and then for her lost faith. Along the way Ellen learns that the real history of early Christians and their literature has been hiding in plain sight and that like the New Testament, it's been much altered by time and human nature. She interacts with a parade of intriguing characters including two alluring men, sharing their spiritual perspectives while tr... more
  • The Eye of Lies

    by Terri Johnson
    A small town in Georgia holds the secrets to a girl’s nightmare. Journey Navers, abused by parents who should have protected her, learned the chilling secrets, releasing a young spirit that haunted her waking days. For her, the gruesome nightmares came nightly. Determined to move forward in life and overcome the abuse, she runs away, all the while missing her brother, presumed dead. When she returns to her hometown years later, she discovers a body hidden within the wall of the house she grew up... more
  • The Cats Who Crossed Over From Paris

    by R.F. Kristi
    Inca, a Siberian puss, tells the story about her furry family – her brother Fromage, who is addicted to cheese and considers himself a cheese monger, and her sister, Cara, a gorgeous but timid Siamese. Inca, an avid fan of Dr. House, considers herself the leader of the troupe and responsible for the well-being of the family. They own, according to Inca, Missy, a young humanoid who has a well-established cheese shop in Paris. The story revolves around how Missy decides to move to London with her ... more
  • Murder Across the Street

    by Alisa Schindler
    Could a murderer be living across the street from Molly Davis? Could her neighbor, the same civilized, middle-aged man wearing peach Izods and waving amiably while getting his mail have actually killed his wife? Or could, as her husband and friends seem to think, she be dreaming up the whole sordid affair? Could she once again be creating some drama in her tedious, suburban mom life? But she wasn't imagining the sketchy phone call she overheard and she wasn't imagining the blood she saw stai... more
  • A Reservation for Murder

    by AJ Basinski
    Retired LAPD homicide detective, Lt. Mario Morales, traveled to a small Florida island, hoping for a romantic relationship with a beautiful Chinese woman. Instead, he finds himself involved in the investigation of two murders and the young woman disappears. Is it gold that provided the motive for the murders and the disappearance? Or is it something more sinister? When Lt. Morales gets to the bottom of the crimes, he is astonished as to who the murderer is: someone very close to him.
  • The Mixer Murder - and other case files

    by C. R. (Chuck) Downing
    The Murder Mixer – And Other Detective Case Files by C.R. Downing is an engaging teen and young adult mystery novel with four cases introduced through the perspective of a former Police Detective Lieutenant, Philip “Dancer” Mamba. Mamba was introduced to readers in Traveler’s HOT L – The Time Traveler’s Resort and reprised in Traveler’s HOT L Volume 2 –New Tales from the Time Traveler’s Resort. In this book, he’s given the floor all to himself—and he takes his readers with him. The stories take ... more
  • The 5th Page

    by C. R. Downing
    Private Eye Phil Mamba finds himself involved in a web of deceit and corruption when he supplies the Manzanita Police Department with a list of known drug traffickers. While working to help close the case, he and his family are targeted by a drug syndicate, his best friend on the force is shot and left for dead, and it's hard to tell the clean cops from those informing the drug lords of impending raids, etc. In the end, Mamba uses his wit and the observations of others to plug a two-level depart... more
  • The Rythm of the Stone

    by James Bird
    A timely and poignant story based in Colorado. A commuter on a bus to Boulder from Denver becomes involved in a horrific wreck a month after the 9/11 attacks in New York. It is a powerful story with interesting characters. Rich sub-plots add to the depth of the well-written story. Rhythm of the Stone is a short novelette, good for a rainy afternoon.
  • SEE NO EVIL

    by L. Sydney Fisher
    INSPIRED BY TRUE EVENTS~ A story inspired by the real life Mississippi Mystic, Seymore R. Prater. Like Edgar Cayce, the Sleeping Prophet, Prater had the gift of clairvoyance. Known throughout the South for his mysterious and miraculous abilities, he could "see" beyond the barriers of time and space while identifying a man's killer, finding stolen objects, and even locating lost people. He believed his powers were divinely ordained and never accepted monetary payment for his insights. Seymore... more
  • The Unknown Epic

    by Anubhuti singh
    Sixteen-year-old Airik lives in the House of Jesus Orphanage where he goes to school and hangs out with his friends. He thinks he's just a normal teenager. All he remembers of his past is the vision of his parents dying in front of his eyes. Oddly, Airik's psychology teacher, Vikram Gandhi, knows more about Airik's life than he does. In fact, Vikram played a major role and has been waiting for the appropriate time to reveal all. Meanwhile, Airik is having weird dreams. To find answers about his ... more
  • FACE VALUE- SOCIAL THRILLER SOCIAL KILLER (THRILL SHOT SERIES Book 2)

    by Warren Brown
    The Value of Your Face The Global Face Index Human beings in the year 2064AD are valued by their Faces. This is based on a Global Face Index (GFI), which measures a person's Face Value based on life experiences, trainings, skills, psychological and physiological attributes. What happens when the wrong people in society have the highest Face Value and only one man knows how to control the Face Value Index before the world is controlled by fanatics and the criminally insane in society? *** Th... more

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