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  • Fall of Indian Summer

    by Kathleen Rhoads Carpenter
    When Julie Dalton, a pretty, young English teacher in Berry Twp., a Northeastern suburb, is founded murdered in the school's field house, KADO DOLAN, a 60-year old retired teacher is asked to teach her classes. The victim has left a clue on the dusty blackboard in her classroom. As a result many possible killers emerge: a fellow teacher, a former student, a jealous sister, an unhappy student, an angry cheerleader, and a high school beau. GEORGE CLEWS, the Police Chief and former student of Kado'... more
  • U.S. vs. Welkner

    by Sonny Hayes
    There’s a dirty little secret orbiting just over 22,000 kilometers above the earth. ‘The company’ has created an advanced satellite system that allows them to surreptitiously manipulate and bilk financial institutions, money exchanges and stock markets worldwide out of trillions of dollars. Rick Welkner and his brother, Brian, have stumbled upon this system and use it to covertly relieve the Las Vegas casinos out of millions. It’s exciting for a while and they soon find that they have more... more
  • Starfall

    by John Hegenberger
    In March 1959, the nation was introduced to the Mercury 7 astronauts while a hard-luck private eye working undercover for Walt Disney searches Hollywood and his soul to learn who killed the 8th candidate for America’s first man into space.
  • The Ice Cream War: A Mystery of Hot Fudge and Murder

    by Paul Janson
    A mystery of rival ice cream shops in a small town in middle America. Jerry, a California surfer, returns to his home town and opens an ice cream shop where he is giving away his ice cream. This threatens Mary owner of the only other ice cream shop in town with disaster until there is a murder in Jerry's shop. Mary find herself reluctantly trying to prove that Jerry didn't kill anyone, although she thought of killing him to save her shop, and Jerry ends up working beside her in her ice cream sho... more
  • Crossfire

    by John Hegenberger
    In 1988, a burnt-out Midwest PI faces a series of bizarre deaths while investigating industrial espionage that threatens the Summer Olympics.
  • SPYFALL

    by John Hegenberger
    Here’s Stan Wade, L.A. PI, in the first of a series of six “noirstagia” novels from 1959. SPYFALL is your E-ticket to a nuclear threat hidden from the public until 2012. The insightful tale teams Ian Fleming of MI6, Walt Disney of the FBI, and a hard-luck private eye searching his past for truth, justice and… well, you know. With appearances by Karloff, Steinbeck, Cohen and Flynn, SPYFALL is a rollicking ride into a past that never was… or was it?
  • Mal Practice

    by Paul Janson
    Joe Nelson is a pediatrician in Eastern Kentucky and is being sued for malpractice involving the death of a four-year-old girl. The child was the niece of the wealthiest man in town, and the trial is not going well. Then it gets worse. While sitting in his car outside his lawyer's office, someone shoots at Joe. The police seem convinced that he has faked the shooting, especially since the shot was fired with his own gun. The next day in court, Joe realizes that his patient's death was not an acc... more
  • With A Little More Practice

    by Paul Janson
    The protagonist of a previous book, Mal Practice, returns to solve yet another murder. Dr. Joe Nelson is supposed to be having a fun time in the city of Las Vegas but he cannot ignore the plight of runaway children, and soon he and his compatriots are caught up in a gruesome murder. They have been warned not to get involved, but Joe is ignoring that advice once again.
  • TRIPL3 CROSS

    by John Hegenberger
    Cuba, 1988. What fresh hell happened there while our backs were turned? Small-town P.I. Eliot Cross is searching for his long-lost father. Then, a CIA informant says that Dad has been in deep cover for over twenty years. Now, the informant's been murdered and Eliot is on the run. Scrambling to clear his name, Eliot journeys from Washington D.C. to Havana, Cuba, struggling against deadly drug-runners, syndicate hit-men and his own violent nature. But the worst is yet to come, as Eliot dis... more
  • Cross Examinations

    by John Hegenberger
    Meet Eliot Cross, Columbus-based P.I. in 1988. A series of serious crimes: Kidnapping. Murder. Art Thief. Blackmail. Comic Books. Private Investigator Eliot Cross faces heartache, headache, backache, and a royal pain in the neck in these rollicking noir stories from the heart of the Heartland. Cross Examinations, Inc. established in 1988
  • Unimaginable (Women in Danger Book 1)

    by Stella MacLean
    Patient Services VP Rachel Moore’s professional life is threatened when attacks at Mercy Hospital put adolescent psychiatric patients in danger. Midnight phone calls, and angry parents create a backdrop for the murder of a woman in the basement of the hospital. When an attempt is made on Rachel’s life, she receives a shock. The police believe she's somehow involved in what's going on in the hospital. Facing accusations about her possible involvement in what is happening she is forced to choos... more
  • Trojan

    by David L Wallace

    A high-profile US based assassination was just the beginning…

    Victor Walker's main responsibility as Sr. Manager of White House Defense Armament Systems, was to ensure America's flagship arsenal remain up and operational, but just days after an assassination on US soil, all flagship armament systems crashed – a complete meltdown. Star Wars, Air Force One, Doomsday Briefcase and Guidance Systems were all rendered useless.

    With an attack by a foreign entity seemingl... more

  • Appleberry's Secrets

    by Rashad Jones
    In a world where ones power is measured by the amount of rage they posses, former honored and decorated Detective Clexpose M. Appleberry has spent the pass fifteen years locked away for a crime he didn’t commit. Now a free man in a world where the freed are hunted and killed for prey, Appleberry is on a mission to find answers about who set him up and killed his fellow comrades. Born through royalty and carrying the rarest form of royal blood in his veins, Appleberry has no knowledge of his true... more
  • Paradise Lost

    by Mollie Bach
    This book is set in the present day. It takes place in London and Southern France. There are two central characters, Judith and Annabel. Judith is a young artist who meets and falls in love with Claude, who is doing his doctorate on the painter Vincent van Gogh and the causes of his mental disintegration, which led eventually to his suicide. Judith's mother is an alcoholic. Annabel is a financial advisor to the NHS. Her job is deficit reduction within the hospital trusts. These two diverse chara... more
  • Upon a Time The Darkness behind the Tales

    by Elliot Francke
    Upon a Time The Darkness behind the Tales is a late medieval murder mystery based on the prototypical origins of famous fairy tale characters. What would drive the original Rapunzel, Hansel, Red Riding Hood, even the fairy godmother, among others, to contemplate murder? Learn about life in the principality of Quellestadt in central Germany, and how the citizens' surrounding history affects their lives, as well as what would drive them to extreme action.
  • Awake Asleep Dreaming Dead

    by John Siwicki
    A MIND BENDING PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER — A RIDE THROUGH TIME — The driver's focus is on the disappearing center line. Then the sun begins to rise, and it's like nothing he's seen before, he stops to admire it and takes a picture. He's tired, closes his eyes, rests, thinks, and dreams. Time, memories, love, places, people from the past. Who knows and makes the future? Do wishes come true? Where do they come from? Is life a coin toss? Does it happen by choice? Is it random, magic, or an ... more

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