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  • In The Dark

    by Daniel Fox
    "My name is Steve Lewis. I know this because it's one of the few things I remember. I have a wife, a son and I run a successful business. I know this because that's what they tell me. I remember things that aren’t true. I forget things that are. I see things and people that aren’t real. You see, I have brain damage ...and that’s the only rational explanation for things like this."
  • Lies That Bind

    by Daniel Fox
    Jason Stills just wants a normal life. He wants to stop running. He wants to stop hiding. He wants to stop pretending. Finally, it seemed as if his wishes may have come true. With the help of his best friend, Ivy Price, Jason has settled down into a somewhat normal life. Until the day the man in the pink sunglasses showed up ...again. Why is this man after him and his family? How does he seem to have an almost supernatural ability to find them, no matter where they hide? And wh... more
  • Jacob Foley

    by Terence Goodchild
    Jacob and Bobby are brothers left in an orphanage by their mother Bobby is taken away from Jacob as soon as their mother leaves them to the anger of Jacob who was told to look after his brother. They only see each other once a month at visiting days but no one comes to see them, after six months Jacob is told by the doctor that Bobby has died of some rare illness and had to be cremated which makes Jacob very sad. But things are not what they seem the doctor and some of the nuns have a lucrative ... more
  • Deep Waters

    by Deborah Shlian
    For centuries an ancient shipwreck in azure Greek waters has concealed an astonishing truth. The drowning of an underwater cameraman, then the murder of a highly respected academic – seemingly isolated tragedies. But when radio talk show host Sammy Greene and ex-cop Gus Pappajohn investigate, they uncover an ancient and modern mystery – conflicts between pagans and saints, archeologists and treasure hunters. From the marble steps of the Parthenon to the peaks of the hidden monasteries of Mount ... more
  • Second Bloom

    by Sally Handley
    Holly Donnelly, a 55-year old adjunct English professor, and her younger sister, 52-year old Ivy Donnelly, a recently widowed, retired nurse are reluctantly drawn into the investigation of an elderly neighbor’s murder when Juan Alvarez, Holly’s trusted gardener, is accused of the crime. Holly fears police detective, Nick Manelli, assumes Juan is guilty and won’t conduct a proper investigation, while Ivy feels the “hunky” Manelli is not only a good cop, but also a possible romantic match for her... more
  • The 107th Street Murder

    by L. D. Barnes
    In mid-October of 1978, the body of a young blonde tumbles from a garbage truck parked at the edge of the landfill know as Mt. Trashmore on Chicago's southeast side. Newly paired partners, Rachael Culpepper and Tony Breese of the Chicago Police Detective Unit are assigned the case. They must navigate the twists, turns and lies of 107th Street to find her murderer. This 70's era Chicago murder mystery presents a realistic portrait of the south side communities of Beverly and Mt. Greenwood with th... more
  • West of Famous

    by Joni M Fisher
    A young woman plays the role of her life when kidnappers mistake her for a celebrity. Those who know where she is don’t value her life. Those who do, don’t know she’s missing.
  • The Scribe's Deceit

    by Michael Berens
    Unaware that she has stumbled upon what may be the key to the greatest archaeological discovery of the century, up-and-coming D.C. interior designer Nan Jeffries comes across a mysterious fragment whose possible connection to an ancient scroll leads her to a surprising discovery about her own past that draws she and her archaeologist mother into a search for a lost treasure in the Judean desert.
  • Satoshi's Fortune: A Novel

    by Alastair Mitchell
    London, England, 2011: A conference is held on a controversial new technology called Bitcoin, which attracts all manner of cypherpunks, crypto-anarchists, and scammers. While in attendance, a young banker named Henry Hawke is told an unbelievable tale of an international conspiracy and a fortune so great its very existence could shape the future of the world economy. After stumbling upon a key that could unlock the mystery behind the fortune, he’s relentlessly pursued by a shadowy government ... more
  • To Paint A Murder

    by E. J. Gandolfo
    Veronica Howard has it all. She's an intelligent woman with a great sense of style, a quirky sense of humor, and the confidence to walk her own path. She fulfills her dream of opening a vintage clothing and jewelry store and quickly finds herself involved in an international art theft ring and two murders. And as if that isn't enough, Veronica's boyfriend, an art benefactor from an old Boston society family, becomes the prime suspect.
  • Honey Homicide

    by Vikki Walton
    A series of arsons has the small mountain town of Carolan Springs on edge. When drug dealer, Ray Lawrence is found dead all signs lead to someone called The Bull. A mysterious woman has arrived in town and Anne suspects that she and Deputy Ruiz are hiding something. When Sheriff Carson is arrested for arson, Anne must determine if he’s guilty or innocent. But will Anne’s meddling cause more harm than good?
  • Cordial Killing

    by Vikki Walton
    Anne is excited for the opening of the Brandywine Inn. Kandi and Hope are her partners in the bed and breakfast in Carolan Springs, Colorado, where they also provide homesteading classes and workshops for guests. As soon as the first guests arrive, it's plain to see that the old college chums have bad blood between them. Then a guest is found dead. At first, the death appears natural but suspicions grow. When a blizzard threatens the Inn, will it trap them all with a killer and no way out?
  • Desperation Rules the Day

    by Colin Guest
    Nathan, the captain of a cargo ship, finds himself in serious trouble. Unless he can pay off his gambling debts, he is liable to lose his fingers. Given this, when offered a large sum of money to accept two containers on his ship, Nathan is only too willing to agree. To his shock and horror, he later finds he has jumped from the frying pan into the fire. He has become the unwilling accomplice in a terrorist plot targeting America. After the authorities learn and foil the plot, Nathan makes a bid... more
  • The Last Caliph

    by T.L. Williams
    CIA officer, Logan Alexander, discovers that ISIS, back on its heels in Syria and Iraq, has turned to Al Qaeda's playbook, using the internet to recruit aspiring jihadists to conduct terrorist attacks in the U.S. Working with the CIA, Special Operations personnel and law enforcement agencies, Logan contrives a plan to penetrate the terrorist organization. He travels to Syria where he confronts one of the most challenging foes in the war on terror. His very life and the security of the U.S. are ... more