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  • Flight Path: A Wright & Tran Novel

    by Ian Andrew
    Wright & Tran are back! Kara Wright and Tien Tran, combat veterans of an elite intelligence unit, now make their living as Private Investigators. Often working the mundane, just occasionally they get to use all their former training. "I'd like you to make sure the dead are really dead." So it is that the enigmatic Franklyn tasks Kara and Tien to investigate the apparent suicide of a local celebrity. Within days the women are embarked on a pursuit that leads halfway around the globe and into the ... more
  • The Pink Herring (Shaun Young Book 1)

    by Tom Grove


    The evidence pointed to an overdose, but criminal psychologist, Shaun Young, refused to accept that his colleague DI Angela McDowd had committed suicide. A respected and well-liked detective with Norfolk CID, news of her death shocked everyone.

    Assisted by an enquiry team of DS Helena Crowthorne and DC Tony Mullins, Young gradually uncovers aspects of Angie’s world that few could have expected.   The lack of a suicide note was counter-balanced by the discovery of... more

  • Face Value: A Wright & Tran Novel

    by Ian Andrew
    Kara Wright and Tien Tran, combat veterans of an elite intelligence unit, now make their living as Private Investigators. Often working the mundane, just occasionally they get to use all their former training. When siblings Zoe and Michael Sterling insist that their middle-aged parents have gone missing, Kara and Tien are at first sceptical and then quickly intrigued; the father, ex-intelligence analyst Chris Sterling, appears to be involved with an elusive Russian thug. Using less than o... more
  • FOSSILS: Viagra, Snuff, and Rock 'n' Roll

    by Robert A Webster

    Hilarious British Comedy

    You are never too old for love and adventure.

    Charles knows his life without his beloved wife Mary will be unbearable as he gazes out of the the translucent silver snowflakes falling gently upon the snow-covered lawn.

    Gritting his teeth, he feels angry when he thinks about how his middle-aged children dumped him in this smelly old folk’s home so soon after their mother’s death.

    A loud rap ... more

  • Cyber Warfare and the New World Order

    by James Rosone and Miranda Watson

    Is this the end…

    …of America as we know it?

    How will they handle a real street fight?

    The US has finally fought the Russians to a standstill in Europe and stopped the Chinese and Russians from breaking out of Alaska, but now they have a new threat to handle in California.

    Is this the straw that broke the camel’s back?

    As the wartime tempo increases, DARPA steps up its plan, releasing a torrent of technological... more

  • Operation Red Dawn and the Siege of Europe

    by James Rosone and Miranda Watson

    Is America vulnerable…

    …to an attack on the homeland?

    How many fronts can the United States actually fight on?

    As the Russians launch their invasion of Europe, the Chinese bring the war to the shores of America. The US military is heavily engaged in Europe and in clean-up operations in the Middle East. With their forces stretched so thin, will Alaska fall?

    Will American ingenuity be enough to change the tide of World War III?... more

  • Operation Red Dragon and the Unthinkable

    by James Rosone and Miranda Watson

    The Middle East is ablaze…

    …is it the war to end all wars?

    What will desperation cause the Islamic Republic to do?

    Steadily, the Islamic Republic’s trump card sails into the harbors of New York City and Baltimore. A threat is made, an ultimatum issued. Will the American president back down in the face of certain nuclear catastrophe or will he order the complete nuclear annihilation of America’s enemies?

    What will happe... more

  • Prelude to World War III: The Rise of the Islamic Republic and the Rebirth of America

    by James Rosone and Miranda Watson

    Is the next world war…

    …less than twenty years away?

    Could the United States lose its status as a superpower?

    In 2038, decades of political infighting and advances in technology have combined forces to create the perfect storm. America’s leaders have been focused on internal struggles, leaving a door open for new world leaders to take the stage.

    A power vacuum has formed.

    Who will fill it?

    ... more
  • The Butcher's Bill (The Linus Schag, NCIS, Thrillers Book 2)

    by Martin Roy Hill
    In Iraq, a shipment of $9 billion in cash goes missing. Each effort to find it ends in death. In Southern California, a mercenary's murder, a severed head, and a bloody hand-written message spark a massive manhunt. The man connecting these two events is William Butcher, aka The Butcher. Those who stole the money want him dead. The cops want him for murder. Butcher's only hope is his former NCIS colleague and closest friend, Linus Schag. Torn between loyalties, Schag walks the thin line b... more
  • Ms. Pretty Rickey: The Street Sweeper

    by Bryneen Gary
    Ms. Pretty Rickey: The Street Sweeper is about raising awareness for others struggling with Constant Surveillance torture and attacks. Things might look Good on the outside but may be ugly on the inside. The streets may not always be Beautiful because of hidden crimes that take place all over the world. A short read from a Collection Poetry for an Awakening and rebirth of thoughts.
  • To Be a King: Volume 1

    by Gunner A. Lindbloom
    Omnio “King” Falcone is the grandson of Don “The Butcher” Falcone, the feared and powerful boss of Detroit’s reclusive Mafia faction, known simply as the “Syndicate.” As the last Falcone, King is the heir-apparent to his grandfather’s throne. Except there is one problem. A big one. He is a “difetto,” not of pure Sicilian blood. As a result, he has been ostracized by much of the Syndicate. Even worse, the Commission, a secret pantheon of Mafia Bosses from all over the country, has named his Machi... more
  • The Voynich Gambit

    by Quintin Peterson
    Special Police Officer Lt. Norman Blalock, who has been guarding the treasures of the Folger Shakespeare Library for 25 years, has been coerced into a plot to heist from the Folger Museum “the most mysterious book in the world,” the Voynich Manuscript, on loan from Yale University. Under threat of suffering the consequences of their involvement in the botched plot to heist another priceless artifact from the Folger underground bank vault several months earlier, Blalock and his partner-in-crime K... more
  • The Counter Terrorist

    by Robert Donator
    Avinash Roy is a quality control officer who had come to attend a seminar at India’s youngest oil refinery was out on an early morning jog in the adjoining woods. Nothing had prepared him for the terror that awaited him. He was taken hostage by India’s most dreaded terrorists at gunpoint. Pitch forked into living as a fugitive with his captors who wanted him alive for ransom, destiny shaped him into being one of them when the ransom failed to materialize. As Abid Rehan, he was soon pushed into B... more
  • Death at Dinner (Cassie Pengear Mysteries Book 2)

    by L. A. Nisula
    Cassie Pengear did not want to spend her evening acting as a parlor maid even if the house was in Mayfair, but her landlady’s friend was desperate and it was only night. But then one of the guests collapsed at the table. Now poison is suspected and the cook is convinced she’s the main suspect and will be locked away if Cassie doesn't solve the death at dinner. A cozy mystery with a steampunk setting 56,000 words, approx 220 pages This book is also available as part of a bundle. In a Victorian... more
  • Killing at the Carnival (Cassie Pengear Mysteries Book 1)

    by L. A. Nisula
    Cassie Pengear thought a visit to the carnival would be fun: see some shows, eat some sweets, help her landlady’s nephew decide if the cowboy was real or an actor. But then the cowboy shot the volunteer, and he didn’t get up. Now Cassie has a ten-year-old boy insisting the cowboy isn’t a killer and a landlady insisting she help solve the killing at the carnival. A cozy mystery with a steampunk setting 29,000 words, includes sample of book 2, print version 154 pages This book is also availab... more
  • Lower Cases and Capitols

    by Josie Lovelace
    Cake Tastings, dress shopping and planning the perfect evening are the only things Peyton Maning should be worrying about. However, with only one month to go before her wedding, she finds a box of letters hidden away in her closet. These letters, used as evidence in the trial of her ex-boyfriend, document her former relationship. Curiosity strikes as she reads the letters, bringing back all the memories of her former life – the good and the bad. By re-living her past as a victim, Peyton discov... more