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  • 8 Seconds to Midnight

    by John Leifer
    8 Seconds to Midnight takes the reader on a non-stop thrill-ride that begins with the clandestine transfer of nuclear material from a secure Pakistani military installation thirty miles north of Islamabad to a group of radical Islamists bent on the destruction of the West. It culminates in the streets of New York -- minutes before the impending detonation of a fifteen kiloton nuclear bomb. The city's survival hinges on one man, Commander John Hart, and his ability to ferret out the perpetrators,... more
  • Poppy Goo

    by Ned Manley
  • Eyes of the Raven

    by Neil Davies
    After the mutilated body of a 3rd victim is found in the Cheshire town of Durton, Detective Chief Inspector Emily Sanders and her Department of Special Investigations is brought in to take over the case. As the investigation progresses, Emily and her team discover Durton’s historical and current practice of witchcraft, and face the continuing brutality of the murders – murders that come far too close to home. Who is the killer, and who or what is the voice driving him on? What are the missing... more
  • The Rebel's Code

    by JD Nelson

    Meet fifteen-year-old Vela Anderson, whose motto is laugh or you’ll go crazy, borrowed from her missing father who unfortunately seems to have done the latter. Not that Vela gets to laugh much: between her hyper-vigilant mother and the egomaniac president that rose to power during two wars that wiped out much of the world, Vela’s learned to be careful about what she says, and more importantly, who she trusts. Unfortunately the one thing those two wars left untouched was high schoo... more

  • The Sons of Waywould: Book one

    by Albert John Asaro
    The story starts off with three boys coming of age towards puberty, the parents of these boys are members of elite evil organization bent on exploitation of children for profit, they influence is worldwide and when the three boys are separated following the arrest of their mother, one brother becomes a victim of his father's rage and slips into a coma. Hence five years later, Justin is awoken from his coma as William, his identity changed for protection from his parents. As the boys become man... more
  • ERITIS - The Silver Strand Legacy

    by T.E. Stouyer
    For former soldier Nate Kincade the future looks bleak. Following a tragic incident, he appears fated to spend several years inside a U.S. Military prison. So when a mysterious visitor offers to have all charges against him dismissed in exchange for completing an assignment, Nate believes his luck has finally changed. The assignment: track down a group of scientists who recently escaped from a top-secret genetics research facility. Sounds simple enough. But Nate will soon discover this job is f... more
  • Final Moment

    by Mark Cowan
    During a thirteen month period between 1976 and 1977, a string of murders called the Oakland County Child Killings occurred in the Detroit area. The killer was dubbed 'The Babysitter' by the press because of the way he bathed the bodies, cleaned and pressed their clothes before redressing them, and leaving them lying neatly arranged when he dropped off the bodies. He was never caught. When a killer turns a small town in Michigan into his personal hunting ground, detective Nick Strattan and his... more
  • Kill Slade: A John Slade Western

    by Victor Alvarez
    “KILL SLADE,” an adventure filled western set in Texas in the mid 1880’s. It is the story of thirty-six year old John Slade an ex-Texas Ranger and former bounty hunter, and his mission of revenge for the savage slaying of his wife by outlaws who are also seeking retribution for the death of their cousin at the hands of Slade.
  • Easy Prey

    by Claire Stibbe
    Two best friends. One deadly secret. Something dark and brooding stalks the mysterious Bosque nature reserve. Bird watchers fall prey to the menace and thefts of rare falcons are on the rise. But it is the body of a murdered girl discovered on the banks of The Rio Grande River that eventually brings Detectives Temeke and Santiago onto the trail. During a camping weekend, Jessie Bowman's best friend, Bree, has disappeared. Guilt ridden, yet determined to do the right thing, she tracks the m... more
  • Dead Cold

    by Claire Stibbe
    The truth is dead and buried. Or is it? When two bodies are recovered from a house fire, Detective Temeke is called in to investigate what he believes is a routine case. The tragedy takes a more sinister turn when a post mortem reveals that one victim was beaten to death. House owner Flynn McCann appears to have the perfect life, married to the woman he loves. His life is quiet - even ordinary. Until the fire reduces all he knows to ashes. Consumed with grief, and fleeing suspicion, he mus... more
  • Black Angel

    by Dolores Davis
    Magdalena is recovering from polio and her mother’s death while living in her grandparents’ meager flat in Little Italy, San Francisco. Mother would have said… a “Black Angel” had come to save them when the family move into an elegant home in a wealthy suburb of Los Angeles. Her father has bitterly accepted an offer from a crime Family to pay his medical bills. Magdalena’s teenage years are spent trying to please her morose father and protect her reckless sister. An olive-skinned beauty, Magdale... more
  • A Cruel Midnight

    by Tiana Wilkins
  • The Whisperer: a gripping Scottish mystery

    by A. Ireland King

    She chose death.

    She got life.

    After Meredith Potts jumps in front of a train, she’s surprised to find herself still thinking.

    She meets the mysterious Michael who recruits her as a whisperer.

    Whisperers cause the unexplained thoughts and feelings we all get. Have you ever felt a strange push to do something? Ever been comforted, like someone had your back?

    That’s them. Here’s a... more

  • Short Stories

    by Warren Rice
    ( Not much light was shining through the branches of the king-size maple trees, and the woods were dark and thick with arborescence shrubs everywhere. The darkness came on suddenly, and now we were in the thickest part of the forest, impenetrable to the eye with no sense of direction, and no way of getting help. My friends and I have been hiking since about noon. We had everything we needed to camp for the night, at least we thought we did, but what we did not expect was!!)
  • Bishop's War (Bishop Series Book 1)

    by Rafael Amadeus Hines
    Bishop’s War is a multi-award-winning and bestselling action-thriller that introduces us to Special Forces Sergeant John Bishop, decorated war hero, and nephew of crime boss Gonzalo Valdez. After returning home from Afghanistan John’s hopes for a peaceful future are quickly shattered when he is catapulted back into the global war on terror through a succession of life-threatening events and corrupt intrigue. He battles against terrorist operatives in New York, a powerful Afghan warlord, and a ps... more
  • I'm Going to Kill that Cat

    by F. Della Notte
    St. Francis de Sales, is an old parish tucked away in a corner of Austin, Texas run by pastor, Father Melvyn Kronkey, and his trusted, but audacious housekeeper, Mrs. B. A cat becomes the flashpoint in a simmering feud between two old parishioners, turning it into much more than murder. Father Melvyn and Mrs. B. are pitted against a determined evil that pulls them into a quagmire of greed, wrath, envy and revenge. The mayhem unleashed on St. Francis de Sales, compels Father Melvyn and Mrs. B. t... more