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  • Morbid Monday

    by Denise Jaden
    Tabby has inadvertently invited her estranged father, the State Senator Conrad Chase, for a visit to Crystal Cove to help her plan Detective Aaron Thom’s mayoral campaign. Unfortunately, the visit comes on the heels of another tragedy in Crystal Cove, one that Tabby can’t help but investigate. Her parents were never going to be in favor of her involving herself in dangerous investigations, but even more so now that they are seeing it with their own eyes. But this tragedy concerns a friend of ... more
  • Suicide in Suffolk

    by D. Ayres
    "Suicide in Suffolk" is a gripping debut novel that delves into the depths of mystery and suspense. Set against the backdrop of the idyllic town of Lowestoft, Suffolk, this cozy mystery follows Cecil Whitford, a compassionate funeral director who becomes embroiled in a dark and twisted tale of intrigue. When Cecil stumbles upon a death that is initially deemed a suicide, he can't shake the nagging feeling that there is more to the story. Driven by a relentless pursuit of truth and justice, he b... more
  • Buried Silence: Under the Big Sky

    by Susan Hemphill
    Who blew up my friend’s house with her inside? The Yellowstone River runs deep in the Big Sky country of Montana, but so does deception. When the bustle of city life inevitably bored the most powerful captains of industry, the self-proclaimed Big Men of the Big Sky swapped their suits for cowboy boots and drug their trophy wives along with them. Nestled in a gated community at the base of mountains larger than the egos of their husbands, the transplanted women kept themselves busy with ove... more
  • Do No Harm

    by Stone
    Doctor Gideon Teague is ready to call it quits as he nears the end of his medical training. Years of continuous hard work and the specter of tragedy following him from his time as a Marine have taken a heavy toll and his physical and emotional reserves are spent. In the nick of time, an opportunity for a mission trip to Honduras seems like just the ticket to rekindle a long dead spark of passion and adventure; and to escape the day-to-day drudgery of his life as a resident physician. While there... more
  • Kennedy's Ghosts

    by Matchett
    Kennedy’s Ghosts is a novel that follows a young journalist as he embarks on a journey that begins in 1960, when he meets a mysterious bohemian bag lady. The story takes readers from the post-war era through the 1960s and beyond, as the journalist uncovers a web of secrets and conspiracies surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Against the backdrop of a tense Cold War and increasing paranoia over UFO sightings, various leaders - both in government and the intelligence commun... more
  • The Turnbull Murders: A Historic Homes Mystery

    by R.J. KORETO
    About The Turnbull Murders: When she lands an absolute plum of a job restoring a fantastic old house on an island in the New York Harbor, Wren is over the moon. Even sweeter? She’s working alongside her girlfriend Hadley Vanderwerf, and her client is A-list movie star Nicky Tallon. Tallon, a Hollywood heartthrob, has acquired what’s known as The Turnbull House, a 25,000 square foot, circa 1800s home that radiates perfect graciousness and elegance. But The Turnbull House has a storied history—o... more
  • JC Bratton's Things That Go Bump in the Night, Volume One: Urban Legends

    by JC Bratton

    Young adult horror master JC Bratton takes us on a dark journey where urban legends and childhood nightmares come to life. Perfect for reading around a campfire, Things That Go Bump in the Night, Volume One, is the complete collection in JC's "Urban Legends" series: a set of dialogue-driven, bite-sized tales that will keep readers guessing and wanting more.

  • The Other Murder: (A sizzling mystery about media, murder, and the value of the truth)

    by Kevin G. Chapman
    Sometimes, the most dangerous thing . . . is the truth. Cable news producer Hannah Hawthorne is covering a local murder that snowballs into a media circus. Meanwhile, Paulo, a reporter for a small newspaper, is following the other murder in Washington Square Park that same night. He discovers an unexpected connection that is political dynamite. When the story is ready to explode, the truth may be hotter than anyone can handle. Breaking the next scoop could ruin Paulo’s paper and wreck Hannah’... more
  • Oxblood

    by AnnaLisa Grant
    When a mysterious package arrives from her brother in Italy, twenty-year-old Victoria “Vic” Asher knows something has gone terribly wrong. After the FBI dismisses her concerns, Vic knows she must take matters into her own hands. Blindly traveling to Europe in search of the only family she has left, Vic uncovers her brother’s lies and the secret life he had been hiding. The handsome Ian Hale and his team are the only hope Vic has of finding her brother. To get his cooperation, she must enter a wo... more
  • The Global Reconciler:

    by Kimble Burton
    In an era marked by turmoil, scandal, division, and animosity on the international stage, one individual emerges as a beacon of hope and unity. Immerse yourself in the compelling narrative of "The Global Reconciler," a gripping story that delves into the extraordinary ability of one person to bridge divides among nations, even in the face of seemingly insurmountable chaos.
  • Quoz: A Financial Thriller

    by Mel Mattison
    It’s 2027. Rory O’Connor is the financial genius who helped create ICARUS, a quantum computer that now controls the world’s stock markets with AI and algorithms. But Rory has recently suffered some tough breaks. He’s checked out of high finance and into a luxury Caribbean condo. After a former colleague finds anomalies with ICARUS, Rory quickly finds himself at the nexus of a high-stakes international conspiracy. In the process, he discovers a hidden thumb drive that contains the mysterious and ... more
  • Ranch Dressing: A Samantha Kidd Mystery

    by Diane Vallere
    When fashionista Samantha Kidd’s father-in-law arranges a week on the dude ranch he’s aiming to buy, Samantha preps for blue skies and clean living. But all too soon she learns life on the ranch is anything but calm. When the owner is found dead inside one of the stables, all signs point to murder. As Samantha wrangles clue after clue, she smells something rotten—and it’s not manure. In her quest for the truth, she encounters quirky cowhands, brazen barrel racers, and suspicious horseplay—not... more
  • Hollow Voices

    by Michelle Corbier
    The Surgeon by Leslie Wolfe meets The Coworker by Frieda McFadden Following her husband’s death from cancer, Dr. Julia Toussaint rebuilt a comfortable life with her son, Evens. But when he’s murdered, she’s devastated. Months of psychiatric treatment leave her confused and alienated from her former life. Julia struggles with the past. With the support of friends and family, she pieces things together, but the world has changed. Her aging parents want her to return home to North Carolina, but ... more
  • The Monastery Murder

    by Jennifer Christianson
    Part mystery and romance with a dash of family drama and a splash of comedy. Linny Scout is a hot mess, but you’ll be rooting for her through every twist and turn. A murdered man at an ancient monastery. His ex-girlfriend is determined to find the truth. After Linny’s first Romanian romance ends, her newly ex-boyfriend is brutally killed. The police believe that Victor was a criminal. Linny doesn’t, and she sets off on a quest to find the truth about his murder. Enlisting the help of her ... more
  • Detectives and Spies

    by Dave Zeltserman
    Three detectives. Three very different styles of mysteries. Nine highly enjoyable and exciting stories, including the new novella, Julius Katz and the Ruined Roast, a new Morris Brick crime thriller, James & Bond, and a new Mike Stone PI in Hell story, The Hollywood Hit.

    by Rejoice Kur
    ANWAR is a fictional story depicted in the previous Sudan between 1995 and 2011 at the time South Sudan became an independent state. It is a story that depicts the past in the light of the future. It prompts the inclination to empathy and forgiveness, peace and contentment, and the love of a country. In reading the story, people can journey to opposite perspectives in a time that had defined the course of a country.