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  • Let Me Die

    by Rubby Nwonye
    Elsie hated the awful care her mom received from a nursing home and the associated back and forth visit to the hospital. It hurt anytime she remembered the pain and agony her mom suffered from endless needle sticks for intravenous, pick line, blood draw, finger sticks, tube feeding, and tracheotomy while in a coma, yet she didn’t survive. In her will, Elsie directed her children and lawyers in advance, “Do not resuscitate or put me on life support if I’m in a similar situation as my mom. Pleas... more
  • Let Me Die: Do Not Resuscitate

    by Rubby Nwonye
    Let Me Die combines crime, romance and health and recounts the nightmare Elsie went through as she remembered the painful struggles her parents, mother especially, had to endure in the hands of caregivers and still died. Her hardwork to the top paid off. However, two of her three strayed children turned their lives around towards her, while the oldest lived his life in crime against her. His payment was jail time and little inheritance from Elsie's will. Rubby Nwonye combined his skills in fi... more
  • The Thin Blue Li(n)E

    by Brian Cook

    The Thin Blue Li(n)e picks up the saga of the Office of the Sheriff where Hands Across The Sea left off.

    As the real talk grows contentious, the characters and storylines square off against puppeteers trying to pull the strings. While Sheriff Brendan Callaghan and Undersheriff H. Maxwell Ulrich dig deeper at the crux of the Union’s complaint, the needs of the Agency must balance the political muscle of the Board of Supervisors and the bureaucratic clout of the Vasco city officials... more

  • Hellmouth

    by Meredith Anthony
    By turns surprisingly funny and very dark, HELLMOUTH chronicles a woman’s determination to discover the truth. Smart and confident, Helen Goode brushes aside rumors that her husband, a powerful judge, is having an affair. But when the woman in question is murdered, Helen’s fears sharpen. A high-profile murder case overshadows the woman’s death, but Helen has to know. She pursues the truth, even when it becomes clear that the cost of knowing might be her husband’s life. Or her own.
  • Purple Kitty: A Serena McKay Novel

    by Chariss K. Walker
    Serena McKay, P.I., isn't your mother's favorite female sleuth. Enjoy the gritty story of a strong and feisty, albeit flawed, female private investigator that gets down and dirty solving crimes in this hard-boiled, dark-fiction thriller.
  • Burn

    by Paul Slatter
    In cozy Vancouver, British Columbia, where some dress their dogs in designer clothes and others undress for kinky sex, someone is burning people in the streets. A psychotic Russian, a Jaded policewoman with no time for procedure, an unwitting international superstar and an aging private investigator. Burn is a dark comedy about depravity and revenge in a city unprepared for the firestorm that comes when cultures collide.
  • Deadly Impulse (Detective Madison Knight Series Book 6)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    It’s all in the state of mind…

    “Not only will this book have your detective skills on alert, but it will have you rooting for Maddy.” —Bookaholic and More Blog

    Detective Madison Knight wishes she’d just pulled the trigger and killed the Russian Mafia hit man when she had the chance. But there’s no time machine, no going back. Now’s she’s living in hell, suffering debilitating flash... more

  • The Third Option (A Taylor Morrison Thriller Book 2)

    by Cat Gilbert
    Injured and hunted, Taylor is forced to form an uneasy alliance with KOR, a clandestine group of ‘patriots’ in the hope of protecting the people she cares about. She soon discovers all is not as it seems as she is thrown into a world of secrets, spies, and betrayal within the organization, even as Vice President Armstrong sets a trap for her, with bait he knows she cannot resist. Not knowing who to trust, or how to evade Armstrong, she must push her telekinetic ability further than ever befo... more
  • Brain Storm (A Taylor Morrison Thriller Book 1)

    by Cat Gilbert
    Was she insane or psychically gifted? Private Investigator, Taylor Morrison, has just managed to put her life back together after the death of her husband when strange things begin to happen around her. Things that can’t be explained. Taylor begins her search for answers only to discover that someone else knows what she is capable of and they will stop at nothing to possess it. As Taylor’s once ordered world erupts into violence and chaos, she is forced to go on the run, fighting to pro... more
  • The Hunted

    by Peter Clenott
    It is 1996 when a helicopter carrying a geological survey team is forced to land in the Amazon rain forest. There, they soon discover the only remnants of an indigenous tribe hidden for thousands of years: an elderly shaman, two boys, a girl, and an infant named Suyape. Medical tests run on the five Ipanao survivors indicate one troubling fact?something is not right with their DNA. Years later, seventeen-year-old Suyape Goncalves is back in hiding once again. Adopted in the United States by two... more
  • The Watson Girl: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller

    by Leslie Wolfe

    An entire family is murdered and, by a quirk, a young girl is left unharmed. For fifteen years, she believed the killer had been caught, and he’s now on death row, awaiting execution. While trying to be content with her adoptive family, she’s living in relentless uncertainty and the fear of remembering what really happened that night when she was five years old. She’s The Watson Girl.

    A therapist has asked her to participate in regre... more

  • The Place Where the Giant Fell

    by John Henry Hardy
    Carrie Ann Benton and Rodney Buchard have been in love since grammar school. Her father, federal judge Horace Benton, has forbidden them to see each other. The reason? Rodney's mother is Mexican, a fact that may hurt Horace's prospects of becoming governor of Arizona--and one day, maybe president of the United States. But Carrie and Rodney continue to meet meet in a secret location. The judge hires henchmen to kill Rodney,. Will Marshal Greystone unravels the judge's evil scheme before it is to... more
  • Dead Man's Tale

    by David Campbell
    Who killed Arnold Gibbs is no great mystery. Or is it? Dallas homicide detective Reese Barrett strives to solve a riddle, which involved a suspect that has an alibi at the assumed time of death. But more puzzling is why the dying man was kidnapped from a coma ward in a major hospital when doctors projected he had only weeks to live. And who is the victim now occupying his bed, forced into an irreversible coma and bearing Arnold Gibbs's identification? After his partner is hospitalized, Barrett f... more
  • Presidential Conclusions

    by Douglas J. Wood
    Samantha Harrison, now President of the United States, is faced with her greatest challenge yet: how to keep a splintered nation together in the face of unprecedented fear. Ripped from today’s headlines and full of imagined conversations with real politicians, PRESIDENTIAL CONCLUSIONS is a political thriller with unpredictable twists. As Samantha Harrison takes her place as leader of the free world, her dilemmas give readers a taste of the difficult decisions politicians must make and the res... more
  • Decker

    by Kevin Roberts
    Lonely hardware store clerk Tom Decker carries around a beef with his boss, a chip on his shoulder and horrors he experienced in the Korean War. He deals with these demons by taking the moral low ground: crime and the pursuit of dangerous women. But the bedding of the ex-wife of mob boss, Vito Fiori, turned out to be a big miscalculation, leading to kidnapping, blackmail and an impossible bank heist replete with gunplay and murder. To get out from under these impossible circumstances he will nee... more
  • The Doctor Will See You Now

    by Logan J. Hannen

    "Hi, I'm Mike, and I have an empathy disorder."
    If there were support groups for Dr. Michael Blake's condition, this is how he would introduce himself. But there aren't and he probably wouldn't go anyway.
    So, instead, he spends his days working as a hospital diagnostician from inside the safe confines of his office; reading files, writing prescriptions, and saving lives.
    This should be fulfilling, but his specific condition causes his body to experienc... more