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  • A Tightening Noose

    by B. K. Berrell
    Summary Living on the fringes of contemporary american society a reclusive combat veteran and a former prize fighter, turned outlaw biker, find themselves unwittingly ensnared in a federal investigation. As ghosts from their separate and sordid pasts emerge and are examined, they are drawn, increasingly closer, towards the outlier of an intricate conspiracy with global ramifications. Uncomfortably current, darkly spiritual, socially unacceptable, and eerily familiar, a tightening noose will leav... more
  • High Crimes

    by Libby Fischer Hellmann

    How do you solve a murder when there are 42,000 suspects? That’s the task facing Chicago PI Georgia Davis, hired to hunt down those ultimately responsible for the assassination of Resistance leader Dena Baldwin at a demonstration fourteen months after the 2016 election. The gunman, on a hotel rooftop near Grant Park, dies within minutes of the shooting.  As Georgia sifts through Dena’s 42,000 Facebook followers, she discovers that unknown enemies hiding behind fake profiles have infiltrated t... more

  • Joshua and the Shadow of Death

    by Gary McPherson

    Gary McPherson’s breakthrough thriller “Joshua and the Shadow of Death” tackles relevant, real world issues. National security, government contracts and greed fuel this dramatic, quick read. McPherson’s battle with Behcet’s disease, as well as his own personal adoption story, provide a unique perspective on a tale that explores suicide, separation anxiety and berserker (blind rage) syndrome. Joshua, and his journey through the shadows, encourages us to think abou... more


    by Lynda Drews
    A young woman goes missing… Another is found dead… Their suffering mothers Etta and Asami fear their daughters’ grim situations, although oceans apart, could be connected. For decades, despite their love for the same man, the Chicago and Tokyo single moms have supported each other at Tripoint Technology, a male-dominated global company. That support is desperately needed now. To locate one daughter and seek revenge for the other the mothers join forces. They must race against ti... more
  • Harvest of a Wrathful Eye: An Outer Banks Crime Mystery

    by Colin Beckett
    Dare County Sheriff Marty Tate teams up with fellow law enforcement officers in Virginia in order to locate and apprehend a dangerous and highly intelligent serial killer in this second installment of Colin Beckett’s Outer Banks Crime Mystery series. What was an open missing person’s case becomes a homicide investigation when a body is discovered in Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park. One month later, a respected psychiatrist is killed aboard his yacht on the waters of Roanoke Island in North ... more
  • Hunger

    by Alexander Ferrick
  • The Soul Inheritor

    by S.E. Lennon
    A spell to protect the dead. A desire for power beyond our world. Those devoid of a soul. Through a harsh, driving winter in Baltimore, a widowed father battles unseen forces to protect his son, who may have inherited the soul of a monster...only to find there are greater horrors beyond the shadows of the living. Jack Emory is trying to build a life with his son in a new city, still struggling after the mysterious death of his wife, driven off the edge of their apartment building by an ol... more
  • Too Late for Redemption

    by Sydney Preston
    When Max Berdahl, property developer and son of a prominent Jehovah’s Witness family, is found brutally murdered in a vacant home, Detective Sergeants Ray Rossini and Jimmy Tan are charged with solving the first homicide in the island community of Britannia Bay. Their investigation is stymied by the lack of forensic evidence, the failure to find the murder weapon and the reticence of the family to fully cooperate. The detectives first look to Berdahl’s housing project on the mainland for a susp... more
  • Aldo

    by Betty Jean Craige

    Aldo is a mystery/thriller/love story in which a brilliant and dangerous ideologue attempts to eliminate a university’s genetics institute by holding the university’s president hostage.

    On the same day that Isabel Canto, associate director of Pembrook Atlantic University's Institute for Genome Modification, discovers she is pregnant with IGM post-doc Frank Marks's baby, Pembrook's president Mary Ellen Mackin receives a letter from "Aldo" threatening har... more

  • Cyber War I

    by Ed Mahoney
    In Cyber War I, Iran launches a six-day cyberwar against the West to level the playing field of technology powers. Cyber War I marries a high-tech thriller with a primer on computer security in this author’s debut novel. From Macau to Vegas, from Chinese prostitutes to international flight attendants, Rob Warner finds himself in the middle of the action, and in a position to stop the pending destruction. If he’s willing to sacrifice his career, jeopardize his retirement, and put his life ... more
  • The Himalayan Revelation

    by Pankaj Misra
    A gripping tale of mystery, adventure, romance and international intrigue. Today Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But around 450 years back, this capital of the magnificent Vijayanagar Empire was brutally plundered and devastated. But before it happened, its masters hid a secret. Centuries later, a young couple chance upon an object that holds a secret much more than Hampi had hidden, in a place 2000 miles far north of Hampi - the Himalayas. The Himalayas have something to tell and wh... more
  • Death of a Monk

    by Tanmoy Bhattacharjee
    Legend has it that the unexplained death of one of the five most powerful celestial monks, in full view of the others, created crippling suspicion and fear among them, finally leading to their downfall. When a real-life monk of a free-thinking Order dies of an inexplicable knife wound in front of his colleagues, the monastery is cast into an atmosphere of maniac misgivings, mutual mistrust and malignant malice. The detectives find their investigation complicated by the criminal history of the mo... more
  • The Slithy Toves

    by Ryan Scoville
    Decades after three children are abducted from a rural Ohio town and held captive in the woods, three more children disappear under similar circumstances. Though the abductor in the previous case was killed, Detective Terry Kruthers must deal with local speculation that the two crimes are intrinsically linked. Terry wants to treat this like his typical small town case, but the media puts him into the national spotlight and he is forced to chase an old rumor that two kidnappers committed the orig... more
  • Dear Jo: Excerpts From The Bizarre Journals Of Wallace Dean Prichard: 1954-1987

    by Ron Hellard

    When Wally Prichard receives a diary for his ninth birthday, he has no idea what a valued confidante and adviser his diary will become, as it chronicles his increasingly bizarre journey through life. Wally's mind runs rampant with non-stop imagination, perverse wit and escalating madness, taking the reader to oft-times unbelievable reality. Born in the small town of Lark, Iowa in the mid forties, Wally has it made. Orphaned in his teens he inherits more money than he will ever need, with all ... more

  • Thirty Seconds to Live (The Blackwell Files Book 10)

    by Steven F. Freeman
    A jet-boat crash sets in motion a frantic investigation to find the saboteur. But with 15 fatalities, simply identifying the intended victim among the crowd proves a challenge. As the search for the killer continues, other victims succumb to "accidental" deaths--including the lead New Zealand investigator. Left in the cross hairs, Alton and Mallory race to unravel the mystery before the murderer can strike again. But will the Blackwells, like each of the victims, have only thirty seconds... more
  • Sue Lee Mysteries

    by D.M. Sorlie

    If you're a youth in 1941 living in San Francisco and a graduate of Stanford University, fluent in speech communications, especially Japanese, your talents were needed by Army intelligence, immediately.

    If and when the United States went to war against Japan, intelligence realized they had very few personnel that could speak the language or understand the culture, Including Japanese Americans. Their search of the universities throughout the US, turned up very sparse results.&nb... more