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  • That Church Life

    by Teresa B. Howell
    The Church Gal Crew is leading the way to Salvation at Mt. Zion Holiness Church. Feisty Natalia Freemon is the “head” of the crew. Rebellious and outspoken, she has no problems challenging the church status quo. Years later however, her loss of faith will tragically impact her life. Michelle Hanks, a country girl from a hardworking farm family is the peacemaker and “soul” of the crew. Although struggling with self-confidence she is wise beyond her years and can’t wait to escape the farm lif... more
  • Angle of Attack

    by Lee Baldwin


    An Adventure in Aviation, Love, and Crime

    Who’s trying to kill Cicero Clay?

       “I am innocent. The blogs refer to me as Cicero Clay, glider flight instructor and paroled convict. But I didn’t do it. I can prove it. And no, you don’t want to call me by my first name. I am Clay.”

        …so begins Lee Baldwin’s Angle of Attack. In the words of one Amazon reviewer, ... more

  • Murder Most Garlic

    by Ryan Dietzen
    Gardner Lyon’s a hot mess, but being able to solve a gruesome murder at Havana, NY’s annual Garlic Festival might just get his life back on track. Against the wishes of his family and boyfriend, he plunges headlong into his mother’s gossipy and insular hometown to prove he can solve the crime—without getting himself killed.
  • The Caruso Collection

    by Tom Ulicny
    A sexy, cozy mystery. Hidden within a collection of masterpieces is the key to a reclusive artists’ murder and to the dark secret he’d been keeping since he was a boy. Nate Parks is a struggling artist in New York City. It has been five years since he’d heard from his boyhood friend and fellow artist Peter Caruso and he’s shocked when he learns of Peter’s murder. He’s even more shocked at the collection of brilliant and previously unseen masterpieces that were found at the crime scene. As he... more
  • B06X6FDPY5

    by Jonathan Cummins
    FBI Agent Dana Simon is on the heels of one of the most elusive serial killers in our nation's history. They call him El Brujo, The Witch, and he is targeting influential and prominent individuals in positions of power. Her team is working overtime to pick up the little bits and pieces of evidence that lead up to an event that threatens to divide this country in half and recruit others into his cause.
  • Fermata Cellars

    by Gwen Clayton
    Fermata Cellars is the debut novel by author Gwen Clayton. It tells the story of a young marketing director who grew up as the son of a migrant farmworker in the vineyard and has now worked his way up into management. In his youth, he had heard stories of the winery being haunted, but he never believed them. As an adult, he finally learns the truth. This is the first book of the Rivervine Trilogy. The second will tell the story from the ghost's point of view. The third will be from the newspaper... more
  • Jubilee: The Heist to Erase Debt

    by Joseph Preacher
    Mastermind. Con-man. Hacker. Burglar. Muscle. Together, this crew will execute the most ambitious heist conceived. Jubilee: The Heist to Erase Debt is packed with heart-stopping political intrigue, adrenaline-fueled suspense, and high-octane action. It’s a slick heist and technothriller that taps into the unrest and disillusionment of debt and its devastating effects on society. On the surface, Roman Hawker is the consummate professional. Behind that squeaky-clean façade lies a secre... more
  • 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