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  • Tales of the Dragonfly Book I: In Tandem

    by Tamara Ferguson

    2015 NIEA Romance Finalist

  • Chicken Culprit

    by Vikki Walton
    Moving to Colorado seemed like a great way to start over. In Carolan Springs, Anne plans to spend her days living the simple life. But when her neighbor is found dead in his compost pile, trouble comes knocking on Anne's door. All the evidence points to Anne's other neighbor, Kandi. As the young woman begs for help, Anne finds herself thrust into a world of deceit and secrets. Who had the most to gain from Ralph's death? As the suspect list grows, Anne finds her desire for the simple may hav... more
  • Half of Faith

    by Rod Johnson

    “Patience is half of faith.” - attributed to the Prophet Muhammad. It is the not too distant future and the United States is once again mired in a years-long oil shortage. Frantic for a solution, President Wendell Mercer has entered into negotiations with the Holy Islamic Republic of Saudi Arabia. Ruled by a resurgent al-Qaeda, the Saudi government seizes on the American president’s desperation as an opportunity to exact revenge against the Great Satan for its history o... more

  • Children of a Northern Kingdom: A Story of the Strangite Mormons in Wisconsin and on Beaver Island, Michigan

    by Elaine Stienon
    The novel relates the story of a group of non-polygamous Mormons who flee to the north when their prophet and leader, Joseph Smith Jr., is assassinated in 1844. Leaving their city of Nauvoo in Illinois, they make their way to Voree, Wisconsin, where a man named James Strang has declared himself to be their new prophet. Rusty Manning, a blacksmith, is part of this group, along with his wife Marie. Marie?s brother, Gabriel Romain, a physician, is the leader and driving force behind the group of fr... more
  • Eternal Soul

    by Karimah Colden
    Reign Elise La’ Roche is savvy in business, evasive in love, and private and protective when it comes to her personal life. Born in the flavorful city of New Orleans, she is also the descendant of powerful hoodoo magick, age-old African mysticism and dark family secrets. This Creole beauty is content living a charmed existence; that is, until a strategic retaliation against her father changes her life forever. Reign is suddenly tossed into a whirlwind of betrayal, romance, magick and the awa... more
  • Die If You Want Praise (Ray Irish Occult Mystery Book 2)

    by Gordon Brewer
    He's a hard-boiled private detective with no clients and a crazy landlady looking for his overdue rent. After a young gunman walks into his office, telling him to lay off of a case he's not involved with, Ray soon finds himself in the middle of murder, deceit, and deception. The atmosphere around Oyster City grows black with each passing day as Ray discovers his friends have similar supernatural dreams. While the citizens go about their daily lives, little do they understand that a dark period ... more
  • Moraless Pride: Ash

    by Colette Tozer
    Ash views normality as an unachievable construct. The shattered fragments of normal that piece his dysfunction together teeter on the brink of oblivion every day. Sanity and purpose, meaning for anything other than survival are lost completely. And that was before Ash met Malvin Blane. Malvin Blane is debonair, corrupt, and sociopathic. Yet, those qualities construct an extremely resourceful leader for his criminal enterprise. After a series of misfortunes leads Ash to Malvin, he learns tha... more
  • The Swick and the Dead

    by Maggie Foster
    After finding the body of a murdered colleague, amateur sleuth Ginny Forbes agrees to assist the police in their investigation. Her efforts bring her to the attention of the shadowy figure behind the pipeline of death running from south of the border to her home on the banks of Loch Lonach. The resulting conflict puts Ginny squarely in the line of fire, forcing her to choose between common sense and courage.
  • Campus Confidential

    by Sid Stark
    Doctor Rowena Halley needs a job. But it may cost her more than she’s bargained for. During one of the worst years on record in the academic job market, newly-minted PhD Rowena Halley has, against all odds, gotten a job. For one semester. At poverty wages. In New Jersey. But with so many of her fellow PhDs bagging groceries—or worse—instead of teaching Russian, this is the best chance she has. New jobs come with a lot of stress, everyone knows that. But Rowena has more problems than just l... more
  • An Artifact of Death (A Reverend Cici Gurule Mystery Book 3)

    by Alexa Padgett
    A botched execution. A reverend on the run. Can she solve the mystery before she's caught in the crosshairs? Reverend Cici Gurule went to the sacred Chaco Canyon in search of a sign. She's been offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in a megachurch, but taking the position would mean abandoning her Southwestern home and the man she's grown to love as much more than a friend. She's so caught up in her thoughts that she doesn't realize when she stumbles upon a group of heavily armed operatives ... more
  • best wedding car agencies

    by Albin Benny
    Nowadays all peoples running their marriage program is very grandly, luxury auditorium and luxury cars. Wedding ceremony is not luxury in past times, hadn’t luxury auditorium and cars. In present days all wedding program is colourful. And all programs are changing day by day. One of the major factors is wedding cars, all couples demands the luxury wedding cars decorate with flowers. Benz, BMW and Audi are most commonly using for wedding purposes; also using Rolls Royce. Also the rate of these ca... more
  • Three Girls

    by Sally Dixon
    A world of terrorism, murder and a love story set in a present day multicultural Europe. The three young women in the story come from very different backgrounds, and for them, life throws up added complications. What do you do when the loathed father of your child suddenly turns up after ten years – and you haven’t told him he is a father? What do you do when your brother is radicalised at the local mosque and starts making your life hell? What do you do when your parents insist on marrying you ... more
  • Out of Time

    by Phillip Johnstone
    Jonathan Deigh returns to the south coast of England after a decade living the expat dream on the Spanish costas. In an attempt to connect with a daughter with whom over the years he’s had little contact, he sets about trying to create a stable home life. Eavesdropping on a conversation in a bar sets him up with a driving job for a Mr. Levi, club owner and eventual victor in a London based gangland turf war. To win this conflict, Levi mistakenly enrolls the help of his Russian family, headed by ... more
  • The Peanut Butter Bandit

    by Liz Foster
    Follow along to help Phillip and Susie solve the mystery of The Peanut Butter Bandit. Can you figure out who the bandit is before they do?
  • Wake Up

    by Brooke De Lira

    It’s been three summers since Madelyn’s brother Aiden fell to his death, swallowed by the cold waves of Lake Superior. They say it was an accident. She knows that's a lie.

    Having mastered the art of lucid dreaming, the teen scours her own dreams for her lost memory of what happened that day. The truth hides somewhere in her mind's version of Shy Harbor—where the tragedy took place. But the mirror town is cold and desolate. Her only light is Luke, the mysterious... more