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  • The Beacon Brothers

    by Adam Darby
    THE BEACON BROTHERS is a soft sci-fi novel about parentless brothers trying to get by in the Midwest during the 90s. Six-year-old Levius can predict explosions, earthquakes, even fireworks shows. His older brother, Cody, has to simultaneously stop the bad guys from destroying their hometown while also keeping Levius from those in power who want to use him as a weapon of war.
  • The River Snakes

    by Adam Darby
    THE RIVER SNAKES is a psychological thriller that follows the misadventures of Seth as he’s forced to sell drugs along the Missouri River. His kidnapper is cruel and dangerous but he provides Seth with money and power and what seems to be a promising future. Soon the line starts to blur between captive and accomplice.
  • Masked

    by Marija Greenhill
    Supernatural bodies are piling up fast. But can Parker and Daniel save those they love, before they kill each other? As one of the top data security specialists in the US, Parker Johnson has exposed hundreds of digital villains, and their crimes. The hacker is smart, savvy and good at keeping secrets. Parker is also one of the few humans aware of the existence of werewolves, and it’s a secret she will do everything to protect. But for how long? Weres are dying by the dozen, and it seems Wi... more
  • Mill Creek Malice

    by Clark Haberman
    The animal stench triggers Dawn’s gag reflex. The constant grinding of stone on stone irritably attacks her frayed nerves. The noise abruptly stops. Odd scratching sounds echo in her half-conscious state. She pulls herself into a sitting position and stares at a cage door. She gasps at the creature peering into her eyes. Federal investigators, Tom Thies and Dr. Trisha Baker, run into problems with the odd disappearance of a professor. Tom asks for CJ Hand’s help because of his native plant know... more
  • Deadly Circles

    by Clark Haberman
    The pall of death hangs over two distinctly different valleys separated by eighteen-hundred miles. One a modest, unknown channel drained by a small cool-water stream and the other a magnificent gorge carved by a roaring river that separates two states. Unknown to a man, tormented by loss and intensifying anger, both valleys hold his fate. A bloody mist suddenly fills a truck cab. It is not the shot but the seconds after that begins change for criminal investigator CJ Hand. Beset with his recent ... more
  • The 100th Meridian Murders

    by Clark Haberman
    After proving his reputation as the top sharpshooter in the world, a safari specialist settles in China. Here, he plans to earn his goal of becoming a multimillionaire. Suddenly, and without warning, he’s told to leave China, and never return. Undaunted, he will meet his goal in the USA by the age of forty. Several years later, in southern Nebraska, the sharpshooter agrees to a proposal that fulfills his monetary goal. This hunt becomes his final challenge before he begins a new life. The result... more
  • Bad Neighbors

    by Susan Carol Kent
    People in Potoma still leave their back doors unlocked and welcome newcomers with pot pies and lemonade on the porch. In this sleepy riverside community that attracts people of all ages to its clean white-sand beaches, picnic-perfect pocket parks, charming Victorian B & Bs, and golf-cart friendly streets, a busy week for the police department usually involves a few parking tickets and an occasional noise complaint about weekend tourists. So when someone attempts to murder a popular teenage girl ... more
  • The Expectant Chair

    by Caroline Leland
  • Jamie Quinn Mystery Collection: Box Set Books 1-3 (Jamie Quinn Cozy Mystery)

    by Barbara Venkataraman
    Books 1-3 of the Jamie Quinn Mystery Series! Including: "Death by Didgeridoo"-Winner of the Indie Book of the Day award. Reluctant lawyer, Jamie Quinn, still reeling from the death of her mother, is pulled into a game of deception, jealousy, and vengeance when her cousin, Adam, is wrongfully accused of murder. It's up to Jamie to find the real murderer before it's too late. It doesn't help that the victim is a former rock star with more enemies than friends, or that Adam confessed to a murder... more
  • The Convenient

    by Albert Marsolais

    Convenient, mistress, whore (B.E.) Cant expression of standard meaning, favorable to one’s comfort.


          Malcolm Forrester a physician from Edinburgh, and Elspeth MacLeod, a healer from the Isle of Skye, were both educated in European universities, but only men are permitted to practice medicine in the Scotland of 1705.  The two collide in Torrport, a small town near Edinburgh,

    Elspeth stubbornly seeking r... more

  • The Weeping Priest

    by S. M. Barton
    Mobster...murderer...IRA terrorist....Paddy O’Hurley ruled with an iron fist and no one was safe! At the height of the Troubles, Irish-American crime boss Pádraig O’Hurley amassed a fortune protecting drug traffickers and smugglers in New England. No one did business without his permission. Nicknamed the Taxman, he insisted on a cut from every deal that went on. And if he caught anyone cheating him, he used torture to deliver a message. Nobody messed with Paddy O’Hurley! But when he began to ... more
  • Broken Promises (A Past Imperfect Mystery)

    by Anne Willow
    ***FIRST IN NEW COZY MYSTERY SERIES*** Julia was in a search of a way out...a way back to herself. The passing of her favorite aunt sends her to the small artist town of Grand Marais, nestled along the northern coast of Lake Superior. There she starts to weave the tattered threads of a new life, rediscovering her love of sketching, while running the antique shop, Past Imperfect. Everything is finally going right. Until a mysterious package arrives, tucked inside is an ornate silver letter... more
  • Land of Seekers

    by triveen nair
    Four Travelers set out on an epic adventure to seek their wish. Set in the year 1766 A.D., far from what they seek from the subcontinent, they become unsuspecting pawns in the larger intrigues of Royalties and their wily lieutenants. With gold amassed from almost 3000 years of trading with Europe and China these kingdoms burst at the seams with wealth ripe for picking, but only if they can get the Kings out of the way. Pitting rulers against each other for a slice or even the whole pie to plunde... more
  • Death by Autopsy: A Toni Day Mystery

    by Jane Bennett Munro
    Pathologist Toni Day is faced with a situation most pathologists only joke about. Beulah Pritchard comes back to life on her autopsy table. Beulah was a coworker of Toni?s at Cascade Perrine Regional Medical Center, where she was known as a merciless gossip, happiest to attack female doctors with slander and lies. Beulah drove her car off a snow-covered road with her husband?s dead body in the trunk. Although Beulah survived her injuries and hypothermia, she died, only to come alive on Toni?s... more
  • Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder

    by Philip Emma
    Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder Mickey Maux is a wealthy retired scientist who invents things and takes on detective cases when they?re too hard for the police. He lives in Connecticut. On the way home from the store, he comes across a puzzling murder scene that?s not at all what it appears to be. When the police get involved, it becomes a completely different murder case and an intriguing puzzle between four friends: some of whom lie sometimes, and some of whom tell the truth other times. The case... more
  • Listening

    by Catherine Woodward Scott
    ?Damn, I feel naked, buddy,? she told him, free hand massaging his powerful withers. He nickered in response. Good thing I stuck one of Jordan?s long shirts in my pack to cover my butt. I need a hard-core coffee to break up this morning. And those gourmet dinners arriving every day for a month from Doc?s wife? Now that is gonna ramp this naked caper right up into delicious. Listening tells of the mysterious power of deep listening to convert both listener and speaker via conversation, when thoug... more