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  • Lights & Shadows

    by Joe Doria
    After his wife’s suicide, Aaron Wyler quits his job as a detective with the NYPD to focus on caring for his traumatized young son, but he soon gets pulled into investigating a strange death linked to a missing religious artifact, an ancient gemstone mentioned in both The Torah and The Bible. After a second murder, he stumbles upon a shocking conspiracy involving some of the world’s most powerful and influential people. In this first book in the Aaron Wyler detective series, Wyler is forced to co... more
  • Deep Fake Double Down

    by Debbie Burke
    What if a viral video appeared on social media that showed you committing a heinous crime? How do you prove your innocence when millions saw you with their own eyes. A corrupt warden at a Montana prison covers up the murder of a Native-American inmate by framing a biracial female guard with deep fake videos that implicate her. On the run from cops who will shoot first and ask questions later, the guard begs for help from investigator Tawny Lindholm and her attorney husband Tillman Rosenbaum.... more
  • The Scalp Collector

    by Suzanne Smith
    Detective Sammy Stone and his partner Will Getz arrive at the scene of the crime to find the gutted and scalped corpse of twenty-one year old Marci Levelle. This is the third gutting/scalping case in three nearby counties in Illinois in three months. Sammy and Will know they have a serial killer on their hands. When Sammy snaps at both Will and the forensic technician Laverne for no reason, Will suggests he take a short break to get his volatile, stressed to the limit temper under control. S... more
  • The Warrior Gene

    by Neil Staley
    Hand-picked to work on a classified military project at the government's most secret laboratory, Dr. Alex Bishop has no idea that he is about to hold the fate of mankind in his shirt pocket. When he is attacked in his lab, Alex barely escapes with the only copy of the most powerful DNA code in history. He is unaware that he holds the key to a two-thousand-year-old prophecy that will determine the fate of every soul on earth, but others know what he carries. Along with his only friend and ally... more
  • A Week's Worth

    by J. And
  • Black Iris

    by Linda Keith

    To save her drug-addict brother, Jules Morrissey invents the ultimate get-rich-quick scheme: she becomes an underground artist named Black Iris who destroys her paintings live on the internet. Easy, right? Well, yes … until a stolen painting and a brutal attack derails her careful planning and leaves her with only seventy-two hours to fix everything before it all goes up in smoke. The countdown is on.

  • An Unconventional Death

    by Dorothy Mai
    Dr. Thi Tri, O.D. is devoted to helping people. As an optometrist, she uses her skills to solve eye mysteries and improve people's vision. Business woes erode her happiness. She finds strength in sleuthing when she helps her policeman friend solve peculiar burglary cases. However, she will need all her abilities to solve the murder of a friend at an eyecare industry convention. Can she catch the killer(s) before they slip out of sight?
  • Murder for Liar

    About Murder for Liar: Private investigator-turned-psychotherapist Tom Dashiel doesn’t know it yet, but he’s hurtling towards discovering where his threshold lies—the point of no return for his sanity. So begins a surreal spiral when George Arundel enters Tom’s Santa Cruz office on a Tuesday afternoon in April. To say George Arundel is a puzzle is an understatement: the local psychiatrist who referred Arundel to Tom described him—rather astutely—as “a substantial challenge.” Working to t... more
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  • UNDERCOVER AGAIN - Fighting Human Trafficking

    by Bob Ojala
    Why would a young, middle-class woman with a law degree, having a great job as an Assistant District Attorney decide to place her life in danger by going undercover against a ring of human traffickers? Liz Trent is obsessed about young kids being lured into sex-for-hire “stables” using offers of extra money for modeling careers, and she can’t let the traffickers get away with destroying a young girl’s life. Liz’s investigations then find evidence of Asian and Eastern European children, even p... more
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    by Charlene Ringo
  • Wicked Bleu

    by E. Denise Billups
    Adversity, murder, and death won't defeat her heart's desire. An intoxicatingly haunting ghost mystery. A 103-year-old murder mystery. An amateur sleuth. Can a wrong be rectified in death? Eight months ago, Simone experienced her first spectral encounter. It awakened a dormant second sight and opened a chasm to the afterlife. Now, another spirit from 1917 New Orleans has wandered through that passage, haunting her with an intoxicating jasmine fragrance and wicked antics. To escape th... more
  • The Blackout of Markus Moore: A Debut Psychological Thriller

    by Dan Grylles
    Is he a victim, a suspect, or a target? A Knoxville psychologist awakens on a bar room floor with his memory gone. Pursuers land him in hospital where he learns his name and that his wife is dead, but nothing about why he is in a dangerous and murderous game. Keeping his memory loss private, he risks his vocation, his freedom, and his life to find the killer of his wife and the secret to his identity. A propulsive thriller to the shocking end!