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  • Island Bluffs

    by Alan A. Winter
    Having exhausted all of NYC's top fertility experts, Carly Mason and her husband Gabe Berk learn of an eccentric scientist who runs an exclusive clinic near the Jersey Shore. The doctor explains the only way he will help: Carly must agree to carry twins, one biologically hers and another that is not, along with two caveats: she must move near the doctor's clinic in her last trimester and give the surrogate baby up to the doctor at birth. Island Bluffs is a present day town blinded by a pact m... more
  • Warrior

    by Terry Irving

    April 25, 1973
     "A machine gun round tore past. Rick Putnam felt the hair on the top of his head suddenly rise up, and in the split-second before he heard the whining thwup of the bullet, he'd already begun his dive to the ground."
    Every night, motorcycle courier Rick Putnam battles the phantom gunfire that is the price of his service in Vietnam but this is definitely not a dream. Rick and his girlfriend, Eve Buffalo Calf, have s... more

  • Courier

    by Terry Irving
    Rick Putnam is running for his life. A Vietnam Veteran riding a motorcycle for a national news network, he's picked up something too hot to handle. So hot that a reporter and a camera crew has already been killed and a rogue CIA kill squad is on his tail. Stick with this charismatic character as he fights his way all the way to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave in his battle for the truth.
  • Ocean City Lowdown: A Jamie August Novel

    by Kim Kash
    Ocean City Lowdown introduces Eastern Shore Maryland reporter Jamie August, who has a talent for unearthing more than her editor wants and a weakness for Ravens jerseys and sparkly underwear. She is assigned to cover the grand opening of a big new housing development in Ocean City, Maryland. But instead of writing about wrap-around porches and rattan furnishings, she uncovers kickbacks and payoffs, blackmail and murder. Jamie's tenacity, smarts, and sheer recklessness—plus some smokin’ stripteas... more
  • Dubious Justice (Justice Series Book 11)

    by M A Comley
    Things are never as they seem. What cruel secrets lie hidden? It's up to Lorne Warner to uncover the truth behind the criminals' charade in this nail-biting, emotional thriller. DS Lorne Warner and DI Katy Foster are called to the scene of an electrician's suspected suicide but quickly discover that they're dealing with a murder case instead. Katy's family emergency forces her back home to be by her parent's side in Manchester, leaving Lorne as detective inspector, working alongside a n... more
  • Beyond A Reasonable Doubt

    by Linda S. Prather
    Jenna is a kick-butt Assistant DA caught up with a corrupt family headed up by of all people a former judge. Jenna gets entangled in a messy family web of deceit in which an innocent member of the family has been imprisoned for twenty-five years. When a member of the young man's family is killed in an accident, he is released from prison into Jenna's custody to attend the funeral, and that's where this fast-paced, non-stop thriller really begins.
  • Echoes of Apollo

    by George Thompson
    China’s bold attempt to land a scientific space probe on the far side of the moon ends in spectacular failure…or does it? While the CIA struggles to answer this question, the US Air Force stuns the world with an unprecedented shuttle launch to deploy a national security payload to Earth orbit. But when the retrofitted Atlantis fails high above Kennedy Space Center, Commander Jack Harden’s future is quickly derailed. As military satellites fall from the sky and America’s electronic infrastruc... more
  • Survival Tactics

    by Erica R. Stinson
    Follow the journey of a young woman running from a world filled with abuse and violence, as she struggles to find herself, changing everything that she's ever known.
  • Chef Maurice and a Spot of Truffle

    by J.A. Lang
    It’s autumn in the Cotswolds, and Chef Maurice is facing a problem of mushrooming proportion. Not only has his wild herb and mushroom supplier, Ollie Meadows, missed his weekly delivery—he’s missing vital signs too, when he turns up dead in the woods near Beakley village. Soon, Chef Maurice is up to his nose in some seriously rotten business—complete with threatening notes, a pignapping, and an extremely well-catered stake-out. Can he solve Ollie’s murder before his home-made investigat... more
  • Darryl's Reunion

    by John B. Wren

    Darryl's Reunion is the story of a young boy, killed in his first year of high school. His murder goes unsolved for nineteen years. The interest of the town's newest detective is drawn because it is an unsolved murder and peaked when he finds out the victim's intended graduating class from the local high school is holding it's fifteenth year reunion. Detective Ian McLarry meets with the reunion committee and begins asking questions. "We know who did it," claim the co... more

  • The Traveling Man (The Travelers Book 1)

    by Michael P. King
    Married con artists, using the aliases Tom and Patty Brown, arrive in the small city of Seanboro with their partner, Buddy Ray, masquerading as land speculators. Their plan is to falsify the environmental reports on a contaminated tract of lakefront property and sell the land to a local gangster who is involved in real estate development. But as their plan progresses, and the double-crosses pile up, they find themselves pursued by their now ex-partner Buddy, seeking revenge, and by an old enemy ... more
  • Ten Percent: Hollywood Can Be Murder

    by D. L. Bruin
    What Price Dreams? After decades of toiling in the “C” Leagues, talent agent Shelly Monroe has finally hit the big time, when she discovers and signs actor Cody Clifton, who is on the fast track to be TV’s newest superstar. It’s a Hollywood truth that getting to the top is one thing but staying there is something else. Shelly Monroe is finally living her dreams, and she’s not about to let it slip through her fingers. Veteran LAPD detective Maxine Calderas finds herself in hot pursuit of a seria... more
  • Lou Malloy: The Run Begins (A Lou Malloy Crime Series)

    by J. Frank James

    The Run Begins is the prequel to the Lou Malloy Crime Series.

    Lou Malloy is 18 years old and ready for the world... but is the world ready for him? His brother Sam has left and his sister wants to move to Florida with the family. Malloy is having none of it and on a wild moment decides to hop on a rail car, unsure of where he is going. The important thing is that he will no longer be in Kansas, but the problem is that he doesn't have any mo... more

  • Dead Money Run (Lou Malloy Crime Series Book 1)

    by J. Frank James

    Dead Money Run is the first book in the Lou Malloy Crime Series.

    Lou Malloy learns of his sister's death right before he is released from prison, having served 15 years for the theft of $15 million from an Indian casino. He wants two things: to keep the $15 million, which no one has been able to find, and to track down and punish whoever killed his sister.

    Lou Malloy teams up with Hilary Kelly, a private investigator. In no time, Lou has found the hid... more

  • Bedeviled Sea

    by Jerry Earl Brown

    Salvage diver Kyle Dawton has a paranormal knack for finding lost shipwrecks. But his erratic visions of the remote past and near future provide no clues as to how they should be interpreted or dealt with. They in fact threaten his grip on ordinary reality. And they ill-prepare him for the diverse calamities that arise to give Dawton and his fellow treasure hunters more than they'd wished for in "The Devil's Sea."

  • Voodoo Love Song

    by Richard Daybell
    Boy meets duck, boy loses duck, boy finds girl. At Disney World, Paul is picked up by a five-foot duck named Huey. Duckness proves to be skin deep, however, for Huey the Duck is really Huey the Girl, an attractive young woman who leads Paul astray and to Key West, where during a sailing adventure, they are marooned on a tropical island. Idyllic, except for the pirates, pythons and panthers, voodoo, men who have passed through the earth twice, and things that go bump in the Caribbean night.

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