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  • The Dead of Night

    by Jean Rabe

    As Sheriff Piper Blackwell rushes to a clandestine meeting with an aging, paranoid veteran who believes spies are trailing his every move, she is caught in a fierce thunderstorm. Pounding rain drums against the bluff, washing away the earth and revealing a grisly secret someone tried to bury a long time ago.

    Putting a name to the skeleton on the bluff, and searching for the thief who robbed the old veteran of his life’s earnings, sends Piper delving into the sleepy towns that dot her ru... more

  • Licensed to Steele: The Most Expensive Thing in the World Is Trust

    by Noland Mattocks
    Cameron Steele is a semi-successful stock broker but he wants more. Wanting the beach life now rather than later, he decides to rob a bank in Myrtle Beach disguised as a priest. Once the rush wears off and the cash is gone, he needs more. It’s his drug and he’ll stop at nothing to get it. South Carolina Senior Special FBI Agent Martin Rickard and Agent Knabb pull out all the stops to identify and capture Cameron. Through extensive profiling, facial recognition software and gut instinct, they ar... more
  • Avner (David Rivers Book 2)

    by Jason Kasper
    A survivor emerges. David Rivers, the sole survivor of a mercenary team betrayed and massacred by its employer, is living in exile and haunted by the loss of the friends he failed to save. When a mysterious ally brings an uncertain offer of revenge, David accepts without question. But in order to kill his greatest enemy, David must first join the same secretive and lethal organization that slaughtered the only family he had. Cast into the lawless badlands of Somalia, he enters a life-or... more
  • Jais (David Rivers Book 1)

    by Jason Kasper

    "This Green Beret-turned-novelist is a powerful new voice in fiction." New York Times bestselling author Bob Mayer


    "A high-speed, low-drag thriller from a new author you ought to know." - Tim Tigner, international bestselling author of Pushing Brilliance


    Welcome to the war.

    David Rivers returns from combat to find the silence of ... more

  • Rising Tide: Dark Innocence (The Maura DeLuca Trilogy Book 1)

    by Claudette Melanson
    Vicious nightmares, blood cravings, failing health and the heart-shattering loss of Ron—as well as the discovery of a tangled web of her own mother's lies—become obstacles in Maura's desperate quest for the unfathomable truth she was never prepared to uncover.
  • Erase

    by J Y Barris

    Allison Skala’s world was turned upside down in the thirty days following the death of her sister-in-law, Megan. Battling insomnia aside, she was in the middle of mending her marriage when she discovered secrets her parents had so determinedly kept hidden from her. All in due time, another tragedy that happened incidentally intertwined her life with that of Detective Martin Blake. Both dealing with loss, sorrow, and a traumatic past, would they find salvation in the end... more

  • Lightning Storm

    by Robert Valletta
    A brilliant Air Force weapons scientist dies while skydiving. A handwritten suicide note is the only item found in his empty parachute pack. Searching for answers, his eldest son is brutally murdered, and another Department of Defense researcher dies in a horrific explosion. Marine Lieutenant Jack Gallaher demands to know what caused the tragic deaths of both his father and his older brother. His relentless pursuit leads him to a shocking conclusion: a submarine-based laser cannon and a... more
  • The Third Step

    by William Lobb
    Dark, gritty, and riddled with back alley characters, The Third Step is one man's journey into the black recesses of his own soul... Meet Frankie, a young, disaffected amateur boxer, really more of a punching bag, a drunk and a drug addict. He is a loser at love, except for his relationship with his grandma, who, rumor has it, is a white witch. She, along with a handful of others, serve as his moral compass. Frankie fights a lifelong struggle to find an understanding of the creator of the ... more
  • The Eagle and the Child: The Child (Volume 1)

    by S. Khubiar

    Working for the Mossad was never as dangerous as retiring from it. Shahla is an Israeli asset concealed in her American job, and an injury leads to a new life with a man who restores her body and soul. The forbidden union challenges the couple when Shahla's Persian Jewish culture clashes with his. The marriage is further complicated when she refuses to discuss her past, and an unseen figure for whom she has affection overshadows their marriage. The family Passover answers many questions a... more

  • The Frenchman: A Bennett Sisters Mystery

    by Lise McClendon
    It’s Eat Pray Love meets murder mystery in Lise McClendon’s deliciously cozy chronicles of sisterhood, international travel … and a soupçon of danger. Merle Bennett goes back to France -- and her Frenchman -- in this fifth installment of the Bennett Sisters mysteries. Sure that La Belle France will cure all her ills, and help her write a novel about the French Revolution, she sets out to prove her theory correct. Pascal, her Frenchman, scoffs at this. As a policeman he knows France is pretty... more
  • Tom Stone: A Nitty Gritty Christmas

    by Don Simkovich
    Detective Tom Stone stumbles across a small-time drug dealer after a boy in a foster care group home is poisoned from a cocaine-laced candy bar at Christmas.
  • Doubloon Cove: The Secret of the Ancient Visitors

    by Kelly Novak
    In this first novel of the Doubloon Cove series, we meet tween-aged sleuths Jeffrey and Steven, both 12, and Cindy, 10 as they tackle their first case. Jeffrey's and Cindy's parents are college professors, and believe that there is a thousand-year-old mystery right here in Doubloon Cove, Massachusetts. But their peers ridicule them, so they are too afraid to pursue it. So it is up to Jeffrey, Cindy, Steven and his brother Frederick, to solve the case. But they must battle dangerous caverns, thei... more
  • A Good Lie

    by JL Bowers
    Anna Bradley woke up in the woods one day with no memory of how she got there. How did this happen? Who did this to her? More importantly, why? The closer Anna gets to answering these questions, the more dangerous things become, and she might just discover that the truth is no match for a good lie.
  • Sanction

    by William Hunter

    While in England on an unsanctioned assignment, Sean Garrett witnesses the shooting of a distinguished Cambridge professor by elite contract killer David Laurent. With his cover blown, Garrett is on the run from an assassin desperate to erase his tracks, and authorities who believe he is responsible for the murder. 

    Banastre Montjoy, a burned-out head of section at the Secret Intelligence Service, is in a race himself to discover if the scholar's death is linked to a bombi... more

  • Giovanni's Dream

    by Brian Dominic
    Based on a real-life romance, Giovanni's Dream is the story of an improbable relationship between a young, black Jersey woman and a mobbed-up wise guy, like Naomi Campbell marrying into the Sopranos. Neesha Steele is so bedeviled by the murder of her baby sister in a drive-by shooting in Newark, New Jersey, that she retires suddenly from a budding career as a singer to become a vigilante in her hometown. She's obsessed with ridding Newark of the criminal who's responsible, also one of the cit... more
  • Cynthia Greene

    by Benjamin Mellis
    Cynthia Greene is a nonlinear tale of 21 short stories broken into 21 chapters that interconnect, collide, and coincide together while taking the reader on a wild ride toward unraveling the cause and events of a missing call girl. With a black market organ trade business residing nearby, suspicion starts to emerge that this may be the leading cause of her disappearance.