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  • Patty Pemberton and the Haunted Candy Factory

    by Chad Prevost
    12-year-old Patty Pemberton, little brother Gordy, and loyal dog Fenton, live on Saint Hyde Island, off the Georgia Coast. Patty is called to investigate the mystery of the missing Mr. Lemoney and what's going on at his candy factory. Patty’s going places. Help her get there, and solve the case. With 25 illustrations, dozens of choices, 30 endings, 4 different levels, and a Detective Glossary Toolkit, you are in charge of directing Patty toward various levels of success.
  • The Alb

    by Luis Rousset
    A new Inca tomb with gold artifacts and an incredibly rare finely woven white tunic was found deep in the South American Andes by a geological expedition searching the area for metals and minerals. Warned, the Peruvian authorities send an archeologist and his assistant to examine the find and assure that it is kept intact. The event raises the curiosity of Mr. John Engelhard, CEO and chief shareholder of the New York based company, Horizon Mining, conducting the mineral exploration in the Andes ... more
  • The Ghostwriter

    by Alessandra Torre
    I have three months to write the last book of my life. Three months to confess the details of that day, and how it changed everything for me. My name is Helena Ross. I’ve written fifteen romance novels, ten of which have become international bestsellers. But this one isn't a romance, no Happily Ever After in place. This novel holds only the truth, which I have run away from for four years. The truth, which I have hidden from the police, from my loved ones, from the world. This final book... more
  • The Vanishing of Owen Taylor

    by Kyle Michel Sullivan
    Was it murder? Suicide? Or did Owen Taylor vanish to avoid prosecution for rape? Everyone had their own idea, but the only note he left behind was sent to his nephew, Jacob Blaine, in Denmark ... which was crazy, because Owen knew Jake was currently living in the States. Of course, this happened at the worst possible time for Jake. He was helping his lover, Antony, fight bogus criminal charges; his estranged, anti-gay mother was battling cancer; his job in Copenhagen wanted him to return there ... more
  • Libya Story

    by J. J. Ward
    Out of the blue, your sister gets kidnapped in one of the world’s worst war-zones. As a top British intelligence officer, everyone agrees you’re the ideal person to mount a rescue, only protocol forbids it. So you resign. Your name is John Mordred, the country is Libya, and what happens next is uncertain. All you know is, there are as many good as bad people in this world, alliances for justice – no matter how improbable – are always possible, and you never let terrorists come between you and yo... more
  • Resumed Innocent

    by Rene Fomby
    Starting a career as a small town criminal attorney would be tough enough, but as a widowed mother with no income and very little in the bank, Samantha Tulley is in over her head. From court appointed clients who never show up for court to pro bono clients with seemingly unwinnable cases, every day is a new struggle to figure out the criminal justice system. And then suddenly the system turns against her, and Sam and her daughter are left running for their lives. Torn from the author's own re... more
  • Intrigue in Istanbul: An Agnes Kelly Mystery Adventure

    by Christine Keleny
    Agnes Kelly, a bookworm, goes on a trip to Istanbul with her Grandmother after her father's death where she finds out he died under suspicious circumstances and the adage - you can't judge a book by it's cover - is not just about books.
  • Scablands

    by EJ Averett
    Faced with the heartbreaking and brutal murder of her protégé, Dr. Carmen Carillo, intrepid forensic psychologist specializing in sexual disorders, investigates a case that becomes ever more convoluted, and tracks down the culprit all the way to the dangerous channeled scablands of Washington State.
  • The Balancing Game

    by Joseph Eliashvili M.D.
    Al Letne, a brilliant psychiatrist, has his life irrevocably altered by his role in a tragedy that befalls his colleague and intellectual superior, Greg Entel. From a wheelchair in his isolated room, Greg manipulates Al’s guilt to his own ends. Al is awarded benefits from each of the favors he does for Greg including getting a prestigious job, a relationship with a beautiful woman, and authorship of a controversial yet successful book … but Al’s guilt is really tested when Greg asks him to do ... more
  • Roses, Wine & Murder - In the City of Steeples

    by Rose Young

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    Roses, Wine & Murder - In the City of Steeples 

    Vineyards, gardens, fine wine and food pairings delight...yet in this case, death disturbs all tranquility! 
    Join Roxanne, a sweet and sensible gardening expert, and Georgi, a flamboyant wine aficionado, as they try to survive the malevolence that snakes through the City of Steeples. This endearing duo&nbs... more

  • The Dead of Winter

    by Jean Rabe
    In a deceptively peaceful county, a murderer hides in plain sight… Fifty-eight minutes into her first day on the job, twenty-three-year-old Sheriff Piper Blackwell is faced with a grisly murder—the victim artfully posed amid decorations on his lawn. Drawing on former military training, Piper must prove herself worthy of the sheriff’s badge, and that won’t be easy. Chief Deputy Oren Rosenberg, Piper’s opponent in the recent election, doesn’t like her and wants her to fail. She doesn’t like... more
  • The Dead of Night

    by Jean Rabe

    As Sheriff Piper Blackwell rushes to a clandestine meeting with an aging, paranoid veteran who believes spies are trailing his every move, she is caught in a fierce thunderstorm. Pounding rain drums against the bluff, washing away the earth and revealing a grisly secret someone tried to bury a long time ago.

    Putting a name to the skeleton on the bluff, and searching for the thief who robbed the old veteran of his life’s earnings, sends Piper delving into the sleepy towns that dot her ru... more

  • Licensed to Steele: The Most Expensive Thing in the World Is Trust

    by Noland Mattocks
    Cameron Steele is a semi-successful stock broker but he wants more. Wanting the beach life now rather than later, he decides to rob a bank in Myrtle Beach disguised as a priest. Once the rush wears off and the cash is gone, he needs more. It’s his drug and he’ll stop at nothing to get it. South Carolina Senior Special FBI Agent Martin Rickard and Agent Knabb pull out all the stops to identify and capture Cameron. Through extensive profiling, facial recognition software and gut instinct, they ar... more
  • Avner (David Rivers Book 2)

    by Jason Kasper
    A survivor emerges. David Rivers, the sole survivor of a mercenary team betrayed and massacred by its employer, is living in exile and haunted by the loss of the friends he failed to save. When a mysterious ally brings an uncertain offer of revenge, David accepts without question. But in order to kill his greatest enemy, David must first join the same secretive and lethal organization that slaughtered the only family he had. Cast into the lawless badlands of Somalia, he enters a life-or... more
  • Jais (David Rivers Book 1)

    by Jason Kasper

    "This Green Beret-turned-novelist is a powerful new voice in fiction." New York Times bestselling author Bob Mayer


    "A high-speed, low-drag thriller from a new author you ought to know." - Tim Tigner, international bestselling author of Pushing Brilliance


    Welcome to the war.

    David Rivers returns from combat to find the silence of ... more

  • Rising Tide: Dark Innocence (The Maura DeLuca Trilogy Book 1)

    by Claudette Melanson
    Vicious nightmares, blood cravings, failing health and the heart-shattering loss of Ron—as well as the discovery of a tangled web of her own mother's lies—become obstacles in Maura's desperate quest for the unfathomable truth she was never prepared to uncover.