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  • A Black Sail

    by Rich Zahradnik

    On the eve of the U.S. Bicentennial, newsman Coleridge Taylor is covering Operation Sail. New York Harbor is teeming with tall ships from all over the world. While enjoying the spectacle, Taylor is still a police reporter. He wants to cover real stories, not fluff, and gritty New York City still has plenty of those in July of 1976. One surfaces right in front of him when a housewife is fished out of the harbor wearing bricks of heroin, inferior stuff users have been rejecting for China White,... more

  • Framed (Boston's Crimes of Passion Book 2)

    by Colleen Connally
    JOSH KINCAID, a 32 year old investigative reporter, is on the heels of a major story. Thirteen years ago, Harrison Taylor’ fate lay in the hands of his lawyer, Jack Ashcroft. In the midst of rumors and scandal Ashcroft committed suicide and Taylor’s fate was decided. Now he is a convicted killer. His grandmother has never stopped believing in his innocence. Now the woman of meager means has offered a reward for any information that will free her grandson. A reward that has taken years of toiling... more
  • Abraham Oracle

    by David Young

    Small town America is disappearing at an alarming rate, and at the top of the list is Abraham, Indiana which was destined to be a leading economic force in the state. In recent years a series of misfortunes have mired it deeply in a depression from which it may never recover. On top of this, a Chicago mob boss has decided to make Abraham his second home and is buying the town one piece at a time. With every purchase, he replaces local workers with his own from Chicago. The resulting unemploym... more

  • Modeled After Trouble (A Derek Chase Action-Adventure Mystery)

    by T.M. DeLawrence
    Derek Chase, a private investigator for Garrett and Taylor Law, opens his home to a former love and her modeling colleagues, hoping that it'll be a chance to rekindle an old flame. His aspirations are set aside when the U.S. District Attorney's office enlists the law firm's resources to protect a federal witness. Enticed to tempt fate and take one last chance at love, Derek harbors the witness at his beach house. It proves to be the wrong decision when his home is compromised that night and a mo... more
  • Chasing After Trouble (A Derek Chase Action-Adventure Mystery)

    by T.M. DeLawrence
    Chasing After Trouble is an action-adventure mystery following the exploits of Derek Chase, a former rookie cop turned private investigator with a dubious family history. From the beginning, we find Derek forced into an environment he has little experience with. His new boss, Tessa Taylor, has been murdered and her apartment has been terrorized. In opposition to the local police lieutenant’s theory of a prowler breaking and entering, Derek immediately suspects foul play of a different sort and i... more
  • The Adventures of Kate the Cat

    by Nicole Nageli

    ** Winner of 2016 Moonbeam Children's Book Award ** - The Adventures of Kate the Cat is an exciting, fun-filled graphic novel for all ages, young to old. It is a thrilling adventure that is sure to keep your eyes glued to the pages. In this graphic novel, Kate and her friend, Sam, are kidnapped from their home. Kate finds herself trapped, with Sam nowhere to be seen. She meets Buck; a dog with a plan. They try to find their way home but are instead confronted with the most unlikely challe... more

  • Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray: A Stage Play in Three Acts

    by mike parker
    Oscar Wilde, wrote only one novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray. It is a work of exquisite beauty. Few writers of any era can match Wilde for his marvelous manipulation of the English language. And yet, there is something more, something almost autobiographical about this curious retelling of the Faust myth. In the end Oscar Wilde, along with his creation, Dorian Gray, discovers that beauty is a gift, but only for a season. “The pulse of joy that beats in us at twenty becomes sluggish at forty,” L... more
  • Big: Beginnings

    by Greyson Bryan
    Duncan Luke is no stranger to impossible situations. A high-priced international lawyer, he digs up business intelligence to eliminate threats to his clients or make them millions. Burned out, he wants to take refuge in academia, but his personal life implodes when his soon-to-be ex-wife seeks custody of his autistic son, Sam. To fight for Sam, Duncan is forced to take one last job - an assignment that takes him from LA to Tokyo to Panama City and further and further away from his beloved Sam.
  • Sarah Killian: Serial Killer (for Hire!)

    by Mark Sheldon
    Sarah Killian is not your average thirty year-old single woman. Foul-mouthed, mean-spirited, and a text-book-case loner. Also, she is a Professional Serial Killer. Sarah works for T.H.E.M. (Trusted Hierarchy of Everyday Murderers), a secret organization of murderers for hire headed up by the mysterious Zeke. But a wrench is thrown into the clockwork of Sarah's comfortable lifestyle when, on her latest assignment, she is forced to take on an apprentice, Bethany--a bubbly, perky, blonde with a sev... more
  • Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Brash Blonde

    by Gemma Halliday
    From New York Times, USA Today and #1 Kindle bestselling author Gemma Halliday comes a new take on the legend of Sherlock Holmes... Martha "Marty" Hudson has it all...almost. While her best friend, Irene Adler, is a dot-com millionaire many times over, Marty's days are filled with working as a barista at a Stanford University coffee bar, crashing various courses and lectures, and dodging the rent collector at her crummy apartment. But when Marty suddenly finds out that a long-lost aunt has ... more
  • The Deadly Scarab (Crime Cats) (Volume 3)

    by Wolfgang Parker
    It's not as easy as Jonas Shurmann thought it would be. Instead of being the coolest guy in school, his teacher accuses him of lying about his adventures. And the new girl in his class makes up a superhero that everyone likes way more than the Chicken-Boy of Clintonville and the Crime Cats. But everything changes when Jonas finds a mysterious ring. That's when he finally gets to experience what it's like to wield real power. The only problem is that he risks losing his friends, his more
  • The Dusenbury Curse (Crime Cats) (Volume 2)

    by Wolfgang Parker
    A mysterious figure from the past has returned to exact revenge upon Orville Dusenbury and it's up to Jonas Shurmann and his feline partners, CatBob and Neil Higgins, to stop it. But the detectives aren't alone on the mysterious Phantom's trail. An army of enemies watches from the shadows as the heroes race to unravel the secret of a 100-year-old curse before Orville is ruined. Mysteries abound as the Chicken-Boy of Clintonville and the Crime Cats return in the second installment of this spooky ... more
  • Missing (Crime Cats) (Volume 1)

    by Wolfgang Parker
    Cats are vanishing all over the neighborhood, but Jonas Shurmann doesn't care. He thinks cats are spoiled brats who don't appreciate anything people do for them. Jonas has bigger problems in his life: the ridiculous-looking chicken costume he has to wear to his class Halloween party, working at the vet's office after school, and his math book getting thrown into the yard of a haunted house. Those are real problems! At least that's what Jonas thinks, until he discovers he can hear cats tal... more
  • The Broken Ones

    by Sarah A. Denzil
    An unsettling psychological thriller that unearths shocking secrets and explores broken relationships. Perfect for fans of Gillian Flynn, Mark Edwards, and Paula Hawkins. A shadow follows Sophie. Watching. Waiting. Her instinct tells her that it's someone she knows. But who? The man she met internet dating? The nurse caring for her ill mother? Or is her mother faking her illness? The only thing she knows is that she can't trust anyone. Sophie must delve into a dark history to r... more
  • Saving April

    by Sarah A. Denzil
    An obsessive, unhinged neighbour? Or a woman desperately trying to save a child? A family broken by lies. A woman traumatized by a dark past. A child caught in the crossfire. Who will save April? Hannah Abbott is afraid of the world. Plagued by anxiety, she lives an isolated, uneventful life in suburban Yorkshire. She rarely leaves her house, and her only friend is Edith, her elderly neighbor. But when the Mason family moves in across the street, Hannah's quiet life is changed f... more
  • Stone and Spark

    by Sibella Giorello