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  • The Endora Murders: Heart's Home

    by Michelle J. Ciesielka

    In this crime thriller, a straitlaced young businesswoman, Faith Haleow, encounters drug dealers, pornographers, and other seedy characters while on a dangerous mission to unearth the truth behind her brother's accident. 

    Written with feverish intensity, The Endora Murders: Heart's Home is filled with twists and revelations that are impossible to predict. This story cuts deep into the seedy underbelly of a small town with a lot of secrets. As Faith gets closer to the truth, she finds th... more

  • ISBN 10: 1546496912

    by Dana Stewart Quinney

    Scavenger, they called him at school.  

    Ben was a fool, the others thought, a fool for believing that their world was about to shatter.  Ben and his grandfather worked hard to gather evrthing they could to prepare for the end of the world.

    And then it happened.

    All summer, Artie felt that something was wrong, something she coldn't name.  Then came what would be called The Last Friday.  Suddenly, everyone Artie l... more

  • Hong Kong Central Lee Carruthers #3

    by Marrilynn Larew
    Despite the fact that she quit the CIA, Lee Carruthers is in Hong Kong doing a little job for Sidney Worthington. He’s thinks something is wrong at Wong’s Antiques. Lee finds Henry Wong—just as he’s being kidnapped by the Chau Fong Triad. What does a Triad want with an antiquities dealer? That’s one of many questions, as Lee reunites with an old lover, is caught in the middle of burgeoning democracy demonstrations, and uncovers secrets that may once again upend her life.
  • The Bride Wore Constant White

    by Shelley Adina
    Book one of the Mysterious Devices series of clockwork cozies set in the Magnificent Devices world! A bride in search of safety. Young ladies in search of their father. A man in search of self-respect. But in the Wild West, you always find more than you’re looking for... Margrethe Amelia Linden (Daisy to her friends) is a young woman of gentle upbringing, some talent as a watercolorist, and firm opinions that often get her into trouble. Determined to find her missing father, in the summer ... more
  • The Man from Murmansk

    by Trevor Scott
    Karl Adams is a new CIA officer undercover and immersed in Murmansk, Russia, as a Spanish graduate student at the local university. On a cold February night, while flying a drone, he takes video of a missile on a transporter erector launcher being loaded aboard a merchant ship. This could be a violation of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty signed by Reagan and Gorbachev. Karl is recalled to America, but not for long. The Agency wants him to continue with his mission, which ... more
  • The Rogue Revolutionist

    by Robert L. Blackburn
    Charley Black is relatively content?for a sixty-three-year-old reclusive revolutionary stuck in Frankfort, Kentucky. With his wife, house, friends, and money now gone, Charley has nothing to lose as he carries out his personal mission to change the world. While holding down a state job, Charley has been conducting a one-man revolution of reason in virtual anonymity?or so he thinks. Without his knowledge, the government has suddenly developed an unnatural interest in the program of the mind he h... more
  • Blackwater Crossing

    by David Griffith
    A fistful of trophy buckles and a dusted-off Counterintelligence degree are of little value in a fight with a drug cartel. But rodeo cowboy Lonnie Bowers has little else when he attempts to rescue his best friend from a Mexican drug cartel . . . stop his divorce from Clarissa . . . and pump new life into his sputtering career. When he crosses the border into Mexico, Lonnie faces the brutal end reserved for all those who dare to cross the cartels. His beliefs about the afterlife have been good en... more
  • Adventures of the Frolic Riders: The Skeleton Creek Caper

    by Annette Johnston
    In Frolicville, Michigan, most families live on farms or in homes with lots of land. And just about every kid has a horse, or at least knows how to ride. Many of these kids, like Jordan and Jeremy Chambers and Chip and Molly Easton, are members of the Frolic Riders Club where they do all sorts of fun things with their horses. But they also love a good adventure, and if they don't find one, one seems to find them. Ride along with these four junior detectives and follow the trail of clues that... more
  • Vengeance (Tip of the Spear Book 2)

    by Belle Ami
    Layla Wallace Hassani is living her dream, curating a major art exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. She has it all, a fabulous career, the perfect marriage and the perfect child. She’s madly in love with her husband Cyrus Hassani, a Mossad agent, and lives in Tel Aviv with their four-year-old daughter Cerise. Her life takes a disastrous turn when she’s kidnapped by Iranian terrorists during the bombing of a restaurant in Manhattan. Chained to a bed at a remote location, Layla is a pawn in a ... more
  • Escape (Tip of the Spear Book 1)

    by Belle Ami
    Escape, a sexy romantic thriller with a focus on the dangers of a nuclearized Middle East. When Harvard student, Layla Rose Wallace and her Saudi boyfriend are kidnapped in Dubai and taken to Iran, a deep-cover Mossad agent is activated and given a mission. He is ordered to either get Layla out of Iran, or if failing that—kill her.
  • Death in the Devil's Range

    by Michael L. Patton
    Dan Williams has built an idyllic life in the remote hills near San Jose, CA. When a frantic call from a neighbor’s wife comes, Dan and his uncles are shocked to find their neighbor dead in his workshop. Suspicion falls on Dan when his bloody hammer turns up at the scene. Meanwhile, two mysterious strangers seem to be playing a game of cat and mouse in the area. Dan soon finds himself as a suspect in the murder, the object of an investigating deputy’s grudge and scrambling to try to figure ... more
  • Spyder Hole

    by Bob Nesoff
    Former Green Beret Dan Halevi, now an Israeli Mossad officer had all the information to stop 911 but never connected the dots. Now he has intelligence indicating a terrorist nuclear strike in New York and London. This time he won't let it happen. He leads a force of Israeli Mossad and Sayaret Matkal (their special forces), American Green berets and CIA and British MI-6 and SAS in a headlong search to find and stop the terrorists with extreme prejudice.
  • Tomb of Aradia (Lost Origins Book 1)

    by Antony Davies
    The ancient world is not what we thought. In the city of Prague, freelance treasure hunter Jules has finally located the bangle stolen from his dying mother, an artifact that may unravel a centuries-old secret: the location of the Tomb of Aradia. But when a reclusive, ruthless billionaire beats him to the artifact, Jules joins forces with an institute of unconventional archaeologists who reveal to him clues penned two thousand years ago. Clues that support the claim his mother’s bangle ho... more
  • The Tycoon Murderer

    by Maureen Driscoll
    THE TYCOON MURDERER is the first book in a new time-travel romance/cozy mystery series set in the Pacific Northwest. When Josie Matthews buys a Victorian mansion with a notorious past, she hopes to turn it into a successful inn. While she expects all the headaches of renovating an old house, she isn't prepared to be sent back in time to the site of a double-murder which occurred at the mansion in 1929. While the murders were never solved, they were believed to have been committed by Wall Stre... more
  • The O'Leary Entanglement

    by Bob Purssell
    In the Barbara O’Leary series, Barbara pursues her career as a navy officer while battling her own personal demons. While not a woman endowed with super skills and physical wherewithal, she nonetheless prevails by employing her intelligence, subduing her fears, and exploiting luck when it comes her way. The O’Leary Entanglement begins with Lt. Barbara O'Leary attending the Advanced Naval Communications School (ANCS intent on developing her professional skills and casting aside her 'Plain Jane' ... more
  • A Most Welcome Change

    by Douglass Mann