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  • Unfinished Business

    by Barbara Marvin
    A week from Christmas, 1959, Cliff and Christine Walker and their two children were murdered by a person or persons unknown. The case riveted the attention of millions as it spawned a national manhunt. Yet, more than 50 years after the murders, the case remains unsolved. Unfinished Business, based loosely on the murders, is steeped in Florida lore and culture. James Jenkins, recently released from prison, comes to Citrus City and learns that his brother, wife, and two children were murdered. He ... more
  • Duty and Betrayal: The SS Brotherhood and the NASA connection

    by Toby Oliver

    In 1962, the Western powers’ leading scientists meet in London for a conference. A notorious Nazi war criminal is after an attendee, Bernard Zimmerman, from NASA who once worked on Hitler’s rocket program. But CIA agent Jack Stein will stop at nothing to protect him. Meanwhile, Stein’s loyal friend and intelligence source, Spencer Hall of MI5, is consumed with a personal vendetta. Soviet KGB and Israeli Mossad agents are in town too, and the secrets they’re after ... more

  • GOLD BOYS: High School Ignition

    by Ruby Wicked

    Scholls’ heart raced as he paced the floor of the emergency room. He found his best friend Garrett “G” Pierce unconscious, barely breathing, and sped straight to the hospital. G wasn’t feeling well in the days prior to Christmas, but how could he have turned for the worse so quickly?

    These unlikely high school seniors became inseparable after that first assignment in biology. Garrett was the star quarterback, 6' 2", extremely handsome, and incidentally, ... more

  • The Chief and His Marine

    by B.A. Sherman
    Too many fathers and mothers know the feeling of pride but also the dread that follows a son or daughter going off to war. And along with dread, when the worst you can imagine happens, there is sorrow...and anger. Sometimes there is more. Join author B.A. Sherman at his most stirring and shocking best as he imagines the horror of war from a parent’s view. This is a story of love, hatred and revenge so gripping and so true to life, it’s hard to tell where reality ends and frightening fantasy t... more
  • An Initial Countdown: A Haszard Narrative (The Haszard Narratives Book 9)

    by Kevin E. Hatt

    After witnessing what transpired to be the murder of a seemingly innocent man, Haszard be-comes yet more intrigued when he hears of a vicar spontaneously combusting in his own church, locked from within. To add fuel to his intrigue, both men were from the same remote country village.

    As Haszard begins looking into the matter, he is bombarded with peculiar tales of people connected to the church, and of strange goings-on. Piecing the facts together, Haszard be-comes convinced that ... more

  • Bats and Bones

    by Karen Musser Nortman
    Bats and Bones is a B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree. Frannie and Larry Shoemaker are retirees who enjoy weekend camping with their friends in state parks. They anticipate the usual hiking, campfires, good food, and interesting side trips —until a dead body turns up. Confined in the campground and surrounded by strangers, Frannie is drawn into the investigation.
  • The Birds of Concho a Trilogy

    by Kareena Maxwell

    "The Birds of Concho," is a trilogy about a small town in Apache County, Arizona, where Kareena Maxwell finds stories in the unseen worlds of humans and nature. “The Birds of Concho,” begins with “Finding Juanito,” and ends with, "The Year of the Shaman." The in-between book, "Meth Moon: To Hell & Back," is where the use of meth is explored by people who would have otherwise led good lives. In the trilogy, loss of family and the good natur... more

  • HUM

    by T. R. Schumer

    “T. R. Schumer had me at ‘programmer’. I was a programmer before I retired and it was so nice to finally read a novel that talked about the binary number system, deadlines, bugs and staying up all night to fix the bugs before your deadline!” Reviewer’s comment, indieBRAG

    Hum is a 2018 indieBRAG Medallion Honoree and 2017 Self-Publishing Review Book Awards Finalist

    “Forges a sensational protagonist and a... more

  • In The Zone

    by A.A Schenna
    His nightmare had just started and he could do nothing to stop it. This is a story of survival, the story of a young man’s survival. After his battle against death and fate, his life would change forever.

    by Alexander Shtraykher
    There are 4 plays and 6 short stories from my published in Russian book
  • Vengeance of an Evil Man

    by Robert D Turvil

    This is the thriller you’ll never forget. You’ll be drawn into a labyrinth of ruthless manipulation – into the world of Oswald Bardolf. Set within the easily understood future, Bardolf falls prey to Lundetto, a powerful and corrupt politician. At stake is the World Presidency. Lundetto wants it and no price is too high. “Vengeance of an Evil Man” drags in the innocent and guilty; the strong and weak; the greedy and generous. All have their lives changed – s... more

  • The Secret of the Lost Pharaoh (Matthew Connor Adventure series Book 2)

    by Carolyn Arnold

    In Egypt’s Western Desert lies the tomb of an unnamed pharaoh that hides a secret so powerful, it could destroy the world as we know it.

    Archaeologist and adventurer Matthew Connor has made a career of finding legends the world has all but forgotten. Though there’s one in particular that has fascinated him for years—the Emerald Tablets. Myth says that they possess the knowledge of the universe, allowing humankind to traverse Heaven and Earth, and ... more

  • 49 Buddhas

    by Jim Ringel
    49 Buddhas tells of Lama Rinzen in the Hell Realm—a realm of confusion, shifting ground, and anger. In the Hell Realm, the lama must find insurance man Sonny Heller’s killer. Lama Rinzen believes finding Sonny’s killer will lead him to the sacred dorje. Once he finds the dorje, only then can Lama Rinzen and all sentient beings achieve enlightenment. Many seek the dorje, but only Lama Rinzen is deserving. Then again, distinguishing such delusions from insight is the lesson the lama must ... more
  • Grievous Bodily Harm: A Toni Day Mystery

    by Jane Bennett Munro
    When Idaho pathologist Toni Day meets Perrine Memorial Hospital?s new administrator, she immediately notices that his smile does not reach his blue eyes. There is no question in her mind that Marcus Manning is trouble. Manning, a good old boy with roots in Twin Falls, does not waste any time earning the enmity of medical staff and employees alike as he ruthlessly goes about eliminating anyone who might oppose him in his quest to become CEO not just of Perrine Memorial but of the entire system. U... more
  • A Murder of Saints

    by Chris Miller
    Sophie Fields is a little girl tortured by her memories of Damien Smith, a much-loved and respected church elder with a secret lust for the unmentionable. After his misdeeds are covered up by church leaders, she climbs to the roof of her house and jumps to her death, right in front of her shocked brother, Charlie. Twenty years later, detective Harry Fletcher is still haunted by the personal demons associated with the church cover-up. After losing his faith, his wife, and now his partner, Flet... more
  • Drawing Danger

    by L.E. Luttrell
    When she was very young, Cate witnessed the murder of her mother. The killer was never found. Cate’s never forgotten the killer’s face. He haunted her nightmares for many years. Determined to keep the image of the man who murdered her mother alive in her head, Cate begins obsessively drawing him, which brings trouble for her at home and at school. However she can’t stop and continues her passion in secret, naively confident and determined that when she is an adult, the police will be able to ... more