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  • Truth, Fiction and Lies: A Merran Scofield Mystery

    by Susan Curry
    Wirrim is a small Australian country town where nothing bad happens, if you put aside the Depression-era murder suicide - where a young mother was thought to have murdered her three children before turning the gun on herself - and the present-day disappearance of a Japanese exchange student into thin air. When historian Merran Scofield leaves her San Francisco home for a class reunion in this sleepy town, she is caught up in a complex web of lies, and struggles to find the truth.
  • Mann in the Crossfire

    by R Weir
    Is this the end for private eye Jarvis Mann? The surprising murder of a former associate sends Jarvis off on an excursion to warm, sunny San Diego to investigate. Following a trail of clues, he focuses in on a gang member who wants him eliminated for what he’s uncovered, while a local detective agency is hot on his tail with nefarious plans of their own. Battered and beaten, Jarvis battles to forge on, tracking evidence which directs him to a dangerous discovery that he may not be able to ... more
  • The Case of the Invisible Souls: A Jarvis Mann Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novella

    by R Weir
    With Christmas a few weeks away and happy these last few months had been quiet, Jarvis Mann decides to take on an interesting case. A homeless veteran knocks on his door with a story of how several of his homeless companions have been bribed and taxied away never to return. Taking pause to the man’s story at first, Jarvis digs deeper learning of plans to clear out the homeless. When the man is attacked, and seriously injured, Jarvis goes undercover, learning more about life on the streets than h... more
  • Dead Man Code: A Jarvis Mann Private Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel (Jarvis Mann Detective Book 5)

    by R Weir
    Cases come and cases go, but private detective Jarvis Mann can't land an easy one these days. The cops are unhappy Jarvis digs into a murder case they closed, uncovering a crooked tech company, hell-bent on stealing their customers' IDs and US government secrets. Soon Russian mobsters and Chinese government goons arrive to bribe, threaten, beat, and finally kill, in an attempt to stop him and safeguard their criminal enterprise. Can he protect the life of the widow who hired him to find her h... more
  • Blood Brothers: A Jarvis Mann Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel

    by R Weir
    Still recovering from his last case, which brought painful injuries and heartache, Jarvis picks himself up to help family out of a dire situation. A call from his sister-in-law leads him back to where he grew up. Big brother, Flynn, has dug himself a hole he can't climb out of, one filled with lies and deceit. Jarvis lends a hand, and is soon caught between Feds and gangsters, leading to peril for all involved. With sharp tongue, nerves of steel, and fierce determination, Jarvis comes to his ... more
  • Twice as Fatal: A Jarvis Mann Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel

    by R Weir
    Twice the suspense! Twice the danger!! PI Jarvis Mann is working two cases Making his professional and personal life twice as difficult. Ray Malone is a promising college football star Whose career is derailed by injuries When an embarrassing video of him arrives With the warning of it going public Threatening his future football career. Case two has landlord Kate Tanner Hiring Jarvis to gather evidence against her cheating husband Soon a connection to a dangerously perverted man ... more
  • The Front Range Butcher: A Jarvis Mann Private Detective HardBoiled Mystery Novel (Jarvis Mann Detective Book 7)

    by R Weir
    PI Jarvis Mann is back in his most dangerous case yet! Twenty-two years ago, the slayings began... Gruesome in nature, the victims nearly all female The killer terrorizing the residents of Colorado’s biggest cities Until one day the murders stopped… Now, two decades later, the urge to kill has returned How many more will brutally suffer the same horrendous fate?
  • Final Notice: What Would You Do If You Knew – For Certain – That You Had One Week to Live?

    by Van Fleisher
    Readers consistently describe the book as "a real page turner and a fun read" at the expense of the NRA and the "far right." Laced with satirical humor and likeable protagonists, it's both relevant and important. What Would You Do If You Knew - For Certain - That You Had 10 Days To Live? Some would get their legal affairs in order. Others would contact family, friends, lovers, ex-lovers. Some might take a trip or make an exceptional donation. Still others might clean the house and do the lau... more
  • Blood Power

    by RA Davidson

    In the spring of 2077, Jack Stephens, a senior homicide detective and twenty-nine year veteran of the Richmond Police Department, was looking forward to retirement in a few short months. Unfortunately, a series of grisly murders appear destined to shatter Jack’s plans.

    Night after night young women are brutally murdered each death more horrific than the last, and the only clues to the killer are cryptic religious symbols written on the walls of the crime scenes in the victim's blood. De... more

  • Bermuda Blood

    by tom kenny
    Can a decorated U.S. Marine who survived three tours of duty in Viet Nam, including a stay at the Hanoi Hilton, withstand the hardball politics of Washington D.C.? Walter “Waldo” LaGrande, an African-American born and raised in the Jim Crow South, is lured from the Corps with a job offer from a grateful beneficiary of his bravery. After donning his civvies in Boston and establishing his family in that historic city, the popular veteran is elected to the United States Congress. While attendin... more
  • Two Spies Reach Out From the Grave

    by Thomas Fruman
    Nathan Adamson, former SEAL and reluctant member of CIA's Special Operations Group, is in Siberia when his safe house explodes around him, pushing him into survival mode deep in enemy territory. Nathan's career has cost him dearly - he has no family, no attachments. Save one, Sophia, a nearly hundred-year-old veteran of the French Resistance. She is his friend, confidant, and mentor, with a few secrets of her own. When Nathan is deployed into Siberia in search of top-secret Russian tech, S... more
  • The Center Cannot Hold

    by Aaron Stander
    In the depths of winter, Cedar County is on occasion literally frozen in place. Roads are impassable; the area schools are closed for days at a time. And the bad guys and gals, they’re hunkered down like everyone else until the weather breaks. But this winter isn’t the usual. There’s arson and murder. The iniquities of some particularly unsavory ancestors are being visited upon the current generation.
  • Summer People

    by Aaron Stander
    It is late June in Michigan's gold coast resort area. The summer residents are settling in for the season and the tourists are beginning to flood the highways and beaches. But the idyllic vision of a summer at the shore is suddenly shattered by a gangland-style shooting. This murder is quickly followed by the deaths of three more summer residents, each taking place under suspicious circumstances. At times hindered by local politics and the proverbial tension between the summer people and the nat... more
  • Two Graves For Waziristan

    by Marcus L. Garand
    Abducted by militants and taken to a fetid bunker deep in the mountains of North Waziristan, a journalist meets a dying holy man who saddles him with an ominous obligation. The obligation is unclear and Devrim Reis knows the man will expire within hours, freeing him from responsibility. He does nothing and tries to forget, but six months later, when he learns the cleric died during a secret raid in Abbottabad – hundreds of miles from the bunker – he realizes he must act. The problem is he doesn'... more
  • The Deceit of Riches

    by V M Karren
    A senior Russian military engineer is murdered. Is it espionage or treason? In the modern Russian revolution, corruption and hidden agendas in both government and industry have replaced law and order. When Peter Turner, an American student uncovers a murderous shadow network of extortion, money laundering and espionage he must get out of Russia before the KGB and gangsters silence him for good. When morals become relative, and all choices are dangerous, self-preservation is no longer intuitive.
  • All the Broken People

    by Amy Rivers
    Traveling to the kudzu-covered mountains of North Georgia to care for her mother-in-law after a fall, Alice fights against inner demons from her abusive past and uncovers ugly family secrets, as devious attacks on her and her family threaten their lives.