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  • Lethal Authority: The Wade Hanna Series - Book 2

    by Joseph D'Antoni

    The silenced sniper shot rips through the low hanging branch just inches above the head of one of Wade Hanna’s men.  The thick covered woods and dark misty night make that shot impossible without the assistance of a night vision scope.  This attack was no warning or accidental discharge and certainly not part of the night navigation exercise at Fort Benning. 

    Unarmed, Wade Hanna and one of his men belly crawl quietly through the thick undergrowth toward the shooter.... more

  • Rogue Asset (Book 3 of the Wade Hanna Series) (Volume 3)

    by Joseph D'Antoni

    A hardened early life in a Louisiana swamp left Wade shy and confused with feelings he didn’t understand about himself or the opposite sex. After four long years of hard intelligence training guided by his handler Megan Winslow he still stands in awe of her capabilities. Something happened over four years of telephone calls that changed their relationship from one of just respect to a closer friendship and perhaps even much stronger feelings than either would express because of professi... more

  • The Plot

    by Thomas Quealy
    A retired U.S. State Department assassin hangs out at a cowboy saloon near Wall Street and finds himself the main suspect in the NYPD's investigation of a prolific serial killer whose first victims date back to the 1960s when LBJ was President.
  • Sizzlin' Summer Surprise

    by Alton J. Myers
    Sizzlin’ Summer Surprise, a book of historical fiction, traces the experiences of a high school teacher during his summer of study at a university in Detroit, Michigan. He, along with the other teachers in this vigorous course of academic work, meet up with more than they expect when a riot breaks out in the city. The year is 1967, a turbulent year in our nation’s history, which becomes the background for quite a moving adventure in this book. The author in no way tries to assess blame, reason, ... more
  • The Ballad of David and Israel

    by Roderick Byron Palmer
    David and Israel, two friends who grow up together, yet grow apart as adults...David drifting into a life of gangbanging and crime, Israel into international travel and adventure. When Israel returns home after years abroad, he finds David and his older sister have fallen in love and have a child together. The biggest threat to them all comes in the form of a corrupt police network his sister has stumbled onto. David and Israel renew their friendship into time to take on this network, unaware... more
  • Waking the Dead, Part II

    by L. Sydney Fisher
    ~A Novella~ ~Now a Bestseller in three categories on Kindle ~ Inspired by TRUE EVENTS. In the Spring of 1867, Henry Lynch was tormented by something so evil it killed him. Now over one hundred years later, Natalie Bradford finds herself battling the very same demon that haunted Henry Lynch on the property that she now calls home. The 150-year old cabin holds the truth behind the hauntings, and as Natalie uncovers the past, she exposes a terrifying family secret that has be... more
  • The Haunted Prophecy of Natalie Bradford

    by L. Sydney Fisher

    A BESTSELLER ~Now available as a set, experience Natalie's hell into the world of the paranormal where prophetic coincidences, ghostly hauntings, and murder become reality. Inspired by a TRUE STORY. On December 21, 1974, Liz Bradford was murdered in the front parking lot of the prestigious Rex Plaza located in Elvis Presley's hometown of Tupelo, Mississippi. Her husband, Devon Bradford was also involved in the shooting and transported to North Mississippi Center where he first crossed... more

  • The Haunting of Natalie Bradford

    by L. Sydney Fisher

    Now a #1 bestseller in Occult.  

    Inspired by TRUE EVENTS. On December 21, 1974, Liz Bradford was murdered in the front parking lot of the prestigious Rex Plaza located in Elvis Presley's hometown of Tupelo, Mississippi. Her husband, Devon Bradford was also involved in the shooting and transported to North Mississippi Medical Center where he underwent surgery and first crossed Natalie Houston's path. She was his operating room nurse and had no idea that within three years sh... more

  • FINDING FAITH

    by E B Archer
    When Faith Holliday and Rosie Rosado first meet with prospective client Madihah—call me Maddie—Al-Fulani at her Hollywood Hills home, she is sunning herself by the pool, laying flat on her tummy, all greased up and wearing only a teeny-weeny bit of bikini: to Faith and Rosie she looks yummy, like a hot buttered croissant. Dismissing feelings of either envy or inadequacy, the agency of Holliday Rosado and Associates agrees to represent Maddie in the case against her husband, noted Hollywood cosme... more
  • Murder and Other Unnatural Disasters

    by Lida Sideris
    Watch out Southern California! There's a new entertainment attorney in town and she's got game. Only problem is, it’s not the one she should be playing. Corrie Locke belongs behind a desk, not behind a Glock. She should be taking VIP calls, not nosing around a questionable suicide. Instead, she's hot on the trail of a murderer. Luckily, she's the daughter of a late, great private eye and she's inherited his love of sleuthing…and illegal weaponry. It doesn't help matters that her gene for caution... more
  • Proverb: A Story of the Second Civil War

    by Brian McCracken
    Samir Nashwari is a high school student living in Wilmington, North Carolina in the summer of 2025. Olivia "Olly" Vasquez is helping her mother raise her two younger brothers in a parched Las Vegas, Nevada. Both of their lives are overturned by dramatic political upheaval in the United States, what becomes a new civil war. Five years later, Samir and Olly are both leaders of Special Operations military units. Samir fights for the Republicans as a Mako, a Navy SEAL-like amphibious commando. Olly ... more
  • Gray Shadows Under a Harvest Moon: Six Trick-or-Treat Thrillers

    by Roma Gray
    How often have you read a short story and wished you could see what happened after the big ending? In this book, the ending is just the beginning as each short story represents a chapter in an upcoming Roma Gray novel or novel series. Suitable for ages 12 and older. The path into darkness begins here... How often have you read a short story and wished you could see what happened after the big ending? In this book, the ending is just the beginning as each short story represents a chapter in ... more
  • The Judas Dilemma

    by Robert Heath
    Rian Coulter, a female attorney in a Florida Gulf Coast Public Defender's Office, learns that a client that she represented at her former Alabama law firm is responsible for a series of murders in Alabama and along the Florida Panhandle. Police investigators suspect that she knows the killer's identity, but Rian is torn between her legal obligation to her client and her desire to prevent other murders. Despite mounting pressure to reveal the killer, Rian holds to her principles, even when the cl... more
  • Renaissance

    by Timothy Freriks

    In this political thriller, Robert Curry is unexpectedly put in a position to save the world from imminent nuclear destruction. Given the task of returning to the past and rewriting history, he must first gain enough financial and political power to be able to prevent the series of accidents and manipulations that led to the apocalypse. But he isn’t the only power trying to affect the outcome. In an epic battle, competing energies of cosmic strengths collide in a complex and electrifyin... more

  • Vicious Circle

    by Stefan Sofronijevic

    If you didn't think about morals, what would you really want to do in your life? The story begins in 1921. It all started when Dmitri drowned his newborn grandson. And even though very disturbed by this morbid act, the main character, Igor Petrovich, stays at Dmitri's residence, loving his spoiled but intelligent and attractive daughter. In the end, everything falls apart, Igor begins to gamble, drink, he starts visiting whorehouses and rolling in self-destruction, but, of course, the... more

  • The Hamlet Case

    by arthur asa berger

    A beserk professor of literature at the University of California at Berkeley murders the editorial committee of a journal he edits on Shakespeare, but not before each professor on the editorial committee offers an interpretation of Hamlet.

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