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  • Out of Hiding

    by John Feldman
    Charles Dampor was supposed to be a blessing, but instead turned out to be a curse. A family torn by deception and greed now saw Emily for what she was, and a co-worker with a vicious past of his own now has his own personal vendetta against her. If Emily doesn't open her eyes and see the doors she's unlocked, she'll find herself at the bottom of Lake Bermin...with Charles's ex-wife.
  • Burn One Down

    by Jeffrey A. Cooper
    Retiring thief Jack Apple is offered a low-risk, six-figure payout to heist a medical marijuana dispensary from the feisty and impetuous Diane Thomas after Diane steals the robbery plans from her shady ex-husband Alvin, hoping to beat him to the score. Diane promises to stay out of Jack’s way but she can’t help interfering, forcing them to take hostages inside the dispensary when the robbery is interrupted by law enforcement, inciting a media circus that deteriorates into a full-on urban ri... more
  • AnonMan

    by Jonathan Heatt
    An unemployed man receives an anonymous letter full of cash in the mail. His problems are just beginning... AnonMan is set in the near future when the water runs out in Las Vegas. An American city is dying though the people don't know it yet, or care. Bobby is in a rut. He's an unemployed degenerate gambler trudging through an unsatisfying life. Some things never change -- the water can disappear, but the thirst for gambling never evaporates. His hen-pecking wife constantly hassles him about... more
  • The House Always Wins

    by Brian Rouff
    Anna Christiansen’s small-town life is about to go haywire. A young reporter stuck in a dead-end job, Anna falls head over heels for an interview subject, the bass player in an up-and-coming alt band. In short order, she pulls up stakes, moves to Las Vegas, gets married and pregnant, and buys a big fixer-upper haunted by the ghost of a Sin City racketeer. That’s when she gets notice from a corrupt casino owner that he’s buying up all the properties on her street to make way for a parking lot.... more
  • Wildfell

    by London Clarke
    After a traumatic experience with her graduate school professor, Anne Fleming disposes of all her possessions, boards a plane, and plans to check out of life. But a chance meeting on an international flight leads her to Wildfell, a gothic mansion north of London. At first glance, Wildfell seems like the perfect place to hide out, and Anne is intrigued by its strange atmosphere and history of disappearances and deaths. But echoing voices, ghostly mists, a mute girl with a sketchbook full of murde... more
  • Inconclusive Evidence

    by Reily Garrett
    Braiding nanotechnology and medicine equals magic to the psychopathic mind. Megan Chauner has achieved her dream of opening a veterinary practice when she receives a mysterious package with a dire warning from a college roommate turned investigative reporter. Entering a world of advanced surgical techniques, polymer microchips, and nanotechnology, she discovers twisted minds merging the latest science with progressive surgical procedures in a bid for power and wealth. Lucas McA... more
  • The Tomb of the Primal Dragon: A Novel

    by Will Ruff
    Arthur Biers, a young would-be historian just returned from a trip to Xi'an, China that nearly got him killed. He has a fresh wound, he's been discredited in the media as a grave robber, and his role in the illegal excavation of the first emperor of China's tomb nearly started a war. The United States government wants to know what happened. He recalls the story directly to the United States Ambassador who's desperately trying to smooth things over.
  • An unusual stronghold: photographs of a murderer

    by Francesco Piazza
    A high-floor house. The sun at noon. Sand that scrapes and burns the throat. Behind the windows of the strange building, you can see the distressing secrets of a terrible man. Sixty-six shocking photographs of a lost consciousness. Sixty-six razors in the dark. An uninterrupted series of fists in the stomach that leaves no break. Up to the shocking final.
  • The Night's Eye

    by J. A. Hamilton
    What if you awoke with a clairvoyant connection to all serial killers, coupled with the realization that all are bound by a unique mark? The same mark you now possess… Matthew Barker is losing time. Blackouts, that have him coming and going all hours of the night. He’s able to shrug it off until found unconscious by the police on his best friend Brandon’s living room floor. Someone tried to kill Brandon’s mother. She says it was Matt. The police arrest Matt, and the detective in charge wil... more
  • Shards of Trust

    by M.A. Koontz
    After a string of personal tragedies, a young woman is kidnapped from her hospital bed and finds herself at the center of a major medical conspiracy — one that if left unsolved will result in countless children's deaths...and possibly her own.
  • Galilee

    by D.L. Tracey
    Galilee is a story about the horror that can befall a village when no one is piecing together the signs! Fresh out of seminary school, young Father Hickey is very excited about being assigned to his first parish, The Church of Saint Peter. The church is located near the small coastal town of Narragansett, Rhode Island, in the small fishing village called Galilee. When he arrives, he finds the only other priest at the parish has died three days before his arrival. Who knew leaving a gate open... more
  • Blood Under the Altar

    by Mark W. Stoub
    A transplant from Scotland to the idyllic Texas Hill Country, Reverend Angus McPherson leads a serene family life. He oft en feels more at home with exploring ultimate mysteries than dealing with the mundane. Then the bizarre death of a friend and colleague leads him to confront old ghosts, form new alliances, and sets him on a dangerous path to unravel a disturbing, complex series of unsolved crimes before those he loves are taken from him…
  • The Fifth Trumpet: Fire in the Blood: An Angus McPherson Mystery

    by Mark W. Stoub
    An old woman, the town ‘oddball,’ dies in a horrible fire and Police Chief, Hector Chavez, calls again on Presbyterian Cleric, Angus McPherson, to help sort out some strange clues that may lead the pair to uncover a plot to wipe out the human race.
  • The Man On The Roof

    by Michael Stephenson
    Someone has been creeping in the dark while they sleep, and they've done terrible, terrible things. “There was a man on your roof,” claims curmudgeonly lane-hermit Herbert McKinney. Then, he initiates an unprovoked fight with a local punk. Drama escalates when that punk's dead body is found hanging at mid-street one August summer—a boastful killer messaging their next prey. All fingers point to Herbert as the culprit. Soon, the five couples he calls neighbors come under suspicion, too. When ... more
  • Part-Timers

    by Carter Bowman
    Death has never been closer. After waking up to a world where the living can no longer see his face or feel his touch, Joel is thrown into the paradigm of part-timers — souls forced to repay the debt of their misspent lives by helping the more fortunate deceased to move on. Trapped by the morally esoteric Angels, Joel is quickly discovering that there are many worse things than death, and he will have to put more on the line than his flesh and blood to find the answers he needs.
  • Targeted (A Blair and Piermont Crime Thriller Book 1)

    by Donna Warner and Gloria Ferris
    Mojitos, Moonlight….and Murder What could be better than a week of sipping mojitos, basking in the sun, and listening to waves lap against a Caribbean beach? Nothing, according to Jordan Blair and her friend, Ellie Cassidy. Until their vacation takes a sinister turn. The former occupant of their room has vanished and the resort manager is unconcerned. He suggests the woman has taken off for a romantic interlude with a sailboat skipper. Given the visible police presence, Jordan doesn’t buy it. ... more