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  • State of Redemption

    by Richard McKeown
    State of Redemption tells the story of an unsolved murder occurring in a small Vermont town that goes cold after a few months. It remains unsolved for thirty years until a former resident returns to escape the twin traumas of a stillborn child and the death of his spouse some months later. As he gets reacquainted with his former hometown, the central character discovers an event he witnessed as a child was not merely an assault, but a brutal murder. That leads to his discovery of that the killer... more
  • A Caterer's Guide to Love and Murder

    by Jessica Thompson
    A wedding caterer, a florist…and a dash of poison. “Wow, this dough is sexy!” As their wedded bliss starts to show signs of serious strain, Violet and her new husband, Jake, put their feelings aside to focus on catering a wedding that could make or break her career. When murder ruins the rehearsal dinner, and her sister, Greta, the florist, becomes the prime suspect, Violet risks everything to clear her – and still deliver the beautiful wedding her new friend deserves. But will she be in tim... more
  • Top 5 Tips For Beginners At Online Casinos

    by Maria Chanel Chua
    The pandemic has caused dangerous development of e-betting. Today, the sheer number of locales is staggering. You don't need to visit a land-based club to play 슬롯 or blackjack, and the choice of games is much wider. On the other side, tracking down a good stage is a challenge, especially for fledglings. These tips will assist you with recognizing a convenient platform in your region.
  • The Eel And The Angel

    by Rodger Carlyle
    America and China are developing secret weapons that will forever change the balance of power. Young Navy analyst Chad Gritt discovers the Chinese are using an undetectable spying system, code named EEL, to monitor every American development, except for America’s most important secret: Arctic Angel. The CIA’s analysts and whiz kids apply every cyber technique in their arsenal and still know nothing about the Chinese technology. Realizing that the only chance to unmask the threat is old fashi... more
  • KILLING INNOCENCE

    by Merit Clark
    When Denver detective Jack Fariel’s homicide investigation uncovers a sex trafficking ring, Fariel realizes he’s not up against a single murderer, but a criminal network with ties to the Middle East. Vulnerable, undocumented immigrant girls think they’ve found safe harbor at a church not realizing they’ve landed in the grips of a corrupt minister willing to sell them into servitude or sex work for the right price. As girls start dying, it takes all of Jack’s skill and experience to stop the traf... more
  • Predator / Nomad a novel

    by Daniel Micko
    Dr. Jordan Roberts is a bit of a prodigy in her field of medicine, specifically genetics. Quick to bed the charismatic doctor, Saleh, a Saudi Princess and transgender security detail for her brother, must then deal with some emotional fallout. Has she actually been sleeping with the enemy? And if so, who is the enemy working for? When Saleh digs deeper, she uncovers more about Jordan’s work than anybody even knew was possible. Set around 9/11, Predator/Nomad is an enthralling and terrifying rea... more
  • The Fixer's Mess

    by Orr Agam
    Max Cedar is the personal lawyer, aka "fixer," for the bombastic and crude hotel mogul Duncan Thomas of San Francisco. Since working for Duncan, he has become estranged from his family in New York and lately is convinced he is on the verge of having a stroke. When Duncan orders Max to "fix" a newspaper story about an alleged affair between Duncan and a stripper named London, things begin to unravel. Max gets caught up in a murder scheme and is forced to go on the run. As he tries to get himself ... more
  • The Trophy Room

    by Barry Litherland

    What terrible secrets lie inside those doors?

    It was to be an ordinary holiday by the sea for the Miller family, a chance to bond after difficult times; but when they meet a local family, the Trevelyans, they become embroiled in a dangerous and disturbing conflict with the unstable owner of Leybury Hall, and must face the terrifying truth of The Trophy Room.

    Written in a mixture of second and third person, this novel about the evil doings of the disturbed and psychotic inhabitant ... more

  • Soul Man

    by John Selby
    As snow falls, a shadowy figure murders psychiatrist David Reynolds. As Reynolds approaches the light, he suddenly finds himself seeing through the eyes of his killer. His essence is imprisoned in his killer’s body who is unaware of his presence. David realizes he must be in this position for a reason. First he must solve the mystery of why he was killed, then figure out a way to prevent his killer from killing again. His host is a man on a mission, trained to push aside any emotions. Lea... more
  • Turn to Dust: A Detective Kay Hunter murder mystery

    by Rachel Amphlett
    When the body of a naked man is found in the middle of a barren field, a rural community is left in shock – and fear. Discovering that someone is offering money in return for information about the dead man and anyone connected to him, Detective Kay Hunter realises there is a dark side to the victim’s past. When a key witness disappears and a web of deceit and lies threatens to derail the investigation, she fears the worst. Can Kay and her team of detectives find out who is behind the m... more
  • A Darker Place

    by Rachel Amphlett
    The frozen body of a man is discovered in a used car yard on the hottest day of the year, his face contorted by fear and pain. Detective Kay Hunter and her team are assigned the case, but when they find out who their victim is, their worst fears are realised. There is another man missing – but is he a victim, or a killer? With time running out and witnesses afraid to talk, Kay is thrust into one of the most challenging investigations of her career to date. A Darker Place is the tent... more
  • The Lost Boy

    by Rachel Amphlett
    Run. Don’t look back. When a young teenager is stabbed to death at a busy fairground, Detective Mark Turpin is assigned the task of finding the boy’s killer. But this was no ordinary murder. Mark knows the victim, and the man who ordered his death. As he sifts through the young victim’s final days, he uncovers a powerful crime syndicate that will do anything to protect its interests. Then tragedy strikes, and suddenly Mark isn’t just trying to solve a murder – he’s fighting ... more
  • Her Final Hour

    by Rachel Amphlett
    What if the perfect friend was hiding a deadly secret? When a championship jockey discovers the body of a young woman during a cold morning’s training ride, the local racing community is shocked to its core. Everyone says she was the perfect friend, the perfect daughter and the perfect fiancée. However as Detective Mark Turpin delves into the girl’s fateful last hours, he discovers a past full of lies and mystery. Investigating the truth behind her savage death, Mark uncovers jealou... more
  • A Republic of Books: the novel with play and handy footnotes included

    by Vincent McCaffrey
    This is my chance, then, to cast myself in the hero’s role. I’ve been a humble author and bookseller for all these years. (Allow me my hyperbole—at least I’m much humbled.) I don’t run into tall buildings to save women and children while other’s flee. (My knees have never been so strong, but it bears asking, do the women need the saving anymore?) My eyes are not good enough to fly jet planes or hit a fast ball. I sell old books and the few that are new that are worth the time, and write novels I... more
  • Biedermeier: his identity, both mistaken and true

    by Vincent McCaffrey
    Otto Biedermeier, the Hollywood icon and B-movie legend, was murdered by his wife, Mysterious Circumstances. Tom Lenz, a film historian and the director’s biographer, wants to update his 20-year-old monograph as well as to pay his respects. After meeting again with Ms. Circumstances, a former circus performer whose specialty of magic tricks on the high wire had made her briefly famous before capturing the heart of the filmmaker, Tom Lenz has his doubts. Once, I had asked,“Why? Does it matt... more

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