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  • Grind Slowly, Grind Small

    by Thomas Holland
    The chance discovery of a young girl's skeleton at a construction site in the small Arkansas delta town of Split Tree is anything but routine. Evidence found with the decades-old bones is seemingly linked to a recent death, one that the local sheriff is all too quick to pass of as a suicide, and it soon falls upon Split Tree's war-haunted police chief, Big Ray Elmore, to investigate. When Big Ray's probing begins to pierce the delicate social façade that the townspeople have maintained for years... more
  • Retribution

    by John Etterlee
    On a mission in Africa, a Special Forces operator unwittingly uncovers a government conspiracy that gets half his men killed and sends him on a quest to bring those responsible to justice. US Army Special Forces team sergeant and sniper Master Sergeant Rob Walker is deployed with his team to the Horn of Africa as part of a joint task force with the Ethiopian National Defense Force. They've been tracking terrorist targets for months and training local forces to prevent the establishment of per... more
  • Every Child's Toy

    by Peter Sporn

    A child lives in the day they are in. Tomorrow can seem like forever. Imagination is their strongest sense. There must be an explanation for everything! Children believe in magical mystical creatures because they can still see them!

    There is a place not far from our own backyard. A magical kingdom where tiny creatures live, called Kvibbles. Kvibbles are tiny cretures that gather lost and forgotten toys to give to other children to bring them happiness. 

    Kvibbles live in a lan... more

  • GRAVE INTERVENTION

    by Shira Shiloah

    The Past Rarely Stays Buried

    Dr. Amir Hadad is being stalked. A stranger, hiding in the dark crevices of his home, whispers, “I can’t rest.

    Alarmed and unwilling to risk his family’s safety, Amir contacts the police. Only there is no trace of an intruder, no marks of forced entry. If there is a prowler afoot, the police cannot find him.

    As the days wear on and Amir continues to hear the same disembodied voice speaking to him... more

  • A Fabulously Unfabulous Summer for Henry Milch

    by Marshall Thornton
    In the second Wyandot County Mystery, things are still not going well for Henry Milch. While stuck in Northern Lower Michigan helping his Nana Cole recover from a stroke, he learns that her favorite pastor has been killed. When Nana Cole asks him to investigate, he refuses-until she offers him money. Money that will help him get back to real life in West Hollywood. That sets Henry off on a journey that includes: off-key choir rehearsals, pole barns, bad haircuts, a hunky doctor and too many get-... more
  • Solomon’s Porch by Janet Morris Grimes

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    Solomon’s Porch by Janet Morris Grimes Time. Solomon is running out of it. A broken and forgotten man fighting the demons of dementia, he longs for the past when both he and his beloved military town of Ginger Ridge once thrived. When his stooped body collides with the hardened realities of the present, Solomon lies in a coma as an unidentifiable victim of a hit-and-run accident in a faraway city. With nothing to keep him going but flashbacks of relationships from his past, Solomo... more
  • Mickie McKinney: Boy Detective, The Case of the Absent Answers

    by R.L. Fink
    Mickie McKinney is Maple Ridge Middle School's one and only private detective. (Not that anyone else wanted the title). So when the new girl, Sam Hayes is blamed for stealing the answers for the history test, he is the only one willing to step in an help. Aided by the intellectual know-how of Burners, the school mad scientist, and a few tips and tricks from his late father, Mickie is able to track down the real thief of the absent answers. And make a new friend along the way.
  • Black Jade - A Daiyu Wu Mystery

    by Gloria Oliver

    Could a gorgeous old ballgown be used to commit murder?

    Deep in the heart of Texas, Chinese immigrant Daiyu Wu discovers a mysterious ballgown in her family’s laundry business. It reeks of burned garlic and there is money pinned to it to pay for the cleaning. But no one knows who left it there.

    Harnessing her instincts, knowledge, and determination, Dai sets out to learn everything she can about this strange green dress. Who wore it? Who left it at the laundry?... more

  • What Happened on Box Hill

    by Elizabeth Gilliland
    What would happen if you combined all of Austen's characters into one modern-day novel? Murder, of course. When Caty Morland's roommate, Isabella, falls to her death on Initiation Night, Austen University is quick to cover up the scandal and call it a tragic accident. But avid true-crime lover Caty remains convinced that Isabella didn't fall; she was murdered. With the help of Pi Kappa Sigma President Emma Woodhouse, Caty organizes a dinner party with the most likely suspects, including fa... more
  • Island of Dead Gods

    by Verena Mahlow
    Synopsis: The ISLAND OF DEAD GODS is Ibiza, Spain. PHILINE MANN (Phil), a German interpreter and single mother who has been financially ruined by her own family, travels there to sell her last belonging of value, her beloved vacation cottage. The bank has given her two weeks to clear her account.
 On the ferry to Ibiza, Phil meets a brash but helpful woman, TAMAR, who connects her to the island ́s biggest real estate agent SCHERER. When Phil arrives on the island, her longtime friend DORO,... more
  • Burying Eva Flores

    by Jennifer Alsever
    BURYING EVA FLORES is a paranormal mystery told in a combination of prose, news stories, text messages, and interviews about the war between two very different girls, Eva Flores and Sophia Palmer, that comes to a head when one of them is accused of murdering the other.
  • Detective Swifty and the Case of the Missing Ice Sculpture

    by Deeksha Vishwamitra

    Detective Swifty, an adorable, clever swift fox, and his loyal, trustworthy prairie dog pal, Gus explore the cold Arctic tundra as they help Mayor Pauly the Polar Bear solve the case of the missing ice sculpture. This educational storybook introduces the reader to several endangered species of the Arctic Tundra biome, but also provides interesting facts about each animal, place, or thing introduced in "Knowledge Boxes" that are scattered throughout the book!

  • Accountability

    by Bob Price
    When there’s nowhere to turn because authority is corrupt what choice do any of us have? Leo Priest spent fifteen years in prison for a murder he did not commit. Worse, people knew he was innocent. Important people. Powerful people. People he trusted, respected. Discovering everything you believed in was an illusion is hard to take at the best of times. Doing so for a crime you did not commit, more so. As a former regular soldier with commendations for bravery in every war zone from Euro... more
  • Criminal Kingdom

    by Stephen K. Gold

    Joe Glass works undercover. 

    Deep undercover. A world where laws don’t count for anything and his so-called friends might kill him at any moment. Or he might have to kill them.

    His latest assignment - infiltrate a gang of thieves, drug dealers and murderers, led by terrifying psychotic Silas Brown. The gangsters are plotting to import a new and deadly narcotic that makes everything else on the street look like candy. They have to be stopped. 

    ... more
  • Valpolicella Violet (Franki Amato Mysteries 7)

    by Traci Andrighetti

    Franki Amato is in Venice to celebrate her best friend’s Christmas Eve nuptials. She’s looking forward to a relaxing break from the PI grind and a romantic gondola ride with her Casanova. But when a chef goes belly up after making violet risotto for the reception, her holiday plans start sinking like La Serenissima. Dead set on finding the killer and saving her BFF’s wedding, Franki navigates the city’s streets and canals that are darker and more twisted than catacomb ... more

  • Marsala Maroon (Franki Amato Mysteries 6)

    by Traci Andrighetti

    Jazz Fest is in full swing in The Big Easy, but PI Franki Amato is singing the blues. The owner of an historic Italian grocery and deli is murdered in a manner eerily reminiscent of the Axeman of New Orleans, a notorious serial killer who hasn’t struck in over a century, and someone Franki knows has been arrested for the crime. Adding to her distress, Franki, her mom, and her meddling Sicilian nonna finally meet her fiancé’s family, but the tone of their encounter is decide... more

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