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  • Killer Music: A Cooper Harrington Detective Novel (Cooper Harrington Detective Novels) (Volume 1)

    by Tammy L. Grace
    When private detective Cooper “Coop” Harrington meets record label mogul Grayson Taylor at a swank gathering of country music artists and politicians he never imagines he’ll be investigating his brutal murder less than twenty-four hours later. The suspects are plentiful. More than a handful of people could have wanted him dead. Retained by Taylor’s widow, Coop works alongside his best friend and Chief of Detectives, Ben Mason. The investigation leads Coop and Ben to visit the luxurious mansio... more
  • Mind Over Bullies: A MOB Forms

    by D.K. Smith
    Is bullying really that bad, or are bullying victims just that weak? If they weren't so weak, what other people say about them wouldn't affect them so much. That’s what Margo Rios used to think. Margo is pretty, popular and unsympathetic to just how intense bullying can get. As a counterfeiting mystery unfolds in the city, life for Margo changes drastically. An unlikely group of heroes emerges. Bullied teens love them, the police hate them and bullies fear them. Together they will try to get t... more
  • Double Exposure - a Kovak & Quaid horse mystery (Book 1)

    by Toni Leland

    A high-profile champion show jumper is replaced by an absolute look-alike, but the switch isn’t discovered for months.

    Comfortable in the safe world of equine photography, ex-cop Kim Kovak thinks she has finally moved past the terror of a routine patrol that changed her life forever. Then a simple photo shoot catapults her into the middle of a cunning and dangerous ring of horse thieves. Old habits die hard and Kim goes after the truth with a vengeance.

    P... more

  • 1884 No Boundaries

    by A. E. Wasserman
    Recently married LANGSFORD, born of wealth and privilege, is bound by the restrictions of Victorian society. Dynamite has been invented, but the term “homosexuality” has not and men can be arrested for either. Langsford accompanies his visiting friend, HEINRICH, eighteen, who innocently flirts with young ANNA at London’s Leadenhall Market. What should be the end of the story becomes the beginning, for Heinrich falls in love with her, never part of the plan. Instead it becomes the catalyst fo... more
  • O'Henry: A Josh Ingram Novel (Josh Ingram Series Book 1)

    by t.g. brown
    Spring of 2003. After spending eleven months at the Vandenberg Psychiatric Hospital of Massachusetts, Josh Ingram, once a decorated FBI profiler is released back into society.  Present day. While out learning to noodle for catfish in the Louisiana Bayou, Ingram gets notice the FBI is looking for him. O’Henry, a serial killer who once plagued New York City, has resurfaced.  Recently promoted (against the wishes of her new boss) to head an FBI Special Crimes Unit in Lower East Side Manhattan,... more
  • The Night The Angels Wept

    by Peter West
    A 2,000 years old prophecy predicts the destruction of the human race. The Daughter of God and the Devil, fight for the souls of the only two survivors - a boy and girl. An apocalyptic thriller.
  • Dark Sky

    by Cyan Brodie
    When schoolgirl Caddy Neilson is found strangled in a remote Scottish village the police are quick to establish both murderer and motive. But those closest to Caddy suspect they've got it wrong. Best friend Amy and part-time student/small-time drugs dealer, Matt, uncover evidence linking the young girl to a major crime. But the search for the truth not only jeopardises their growing relationship. It also places their lives in peril. DARK SKY is book #1 of The Lochinver Trilogy - Tartan Noir f... more
  • Dreamgirl

    by Cyan Brodie
    16-year-old diabetic, Ruby MacGregor, is the most conscientious, considerate and level-headed teenager in Edinburgh. . . until she decides to experiment with illegal substances, steal her best friend's boyfriend and start an on-line relationship with a guy eight years her senior. Cyber-friend Stefan convinces her to pose for him on her webcam. There's also the distinct possibility he might be a serial killer who targets teenaged girls. Ruby becomes convinced of this after suffering nightmares f... more
  • Desperate for Death

    by Judy Alter
    Just when Kelly's life has calmed, she faces yet another of life's puzzles. Except the pieces in this one don't fit. First the apartment behind her house is torched, then a string of bizzare "accidents" occur to set her off-balance. Who is stalking her? Where does the disappearance of a young girl and her disreputable boyfriend fit in? And why are two men using the same name? Is the surprise inheritance another part of the puzzle? At a time when she is most vulnerable, Kelly can't make the piece... more
  • Dead Money Run

    by J. Frank James
    In Dead Money Run, Lou Malloy meets a young and beautiful PI, Hilary Kelly, and together they fight to keep their freedom and $15 million in Mob money as Malloy and Kelly race to protect what he earned the hard way and find the people responsible for his sister's death. Lou Malloy has just maxed out on a fifteen year prison sentence for the theft of $15 million and just before leaving prison he learns that his sister is brutally killed. As he is leaving prison, he’s told to keep his nose clean o... more
  • 978-1503105874

    by L.K. Scott

    While on vacation in Carmel, a subtropical little town on the coast of Central California, student filmmaker Eric De la Cruz has little time to unwind before hearing rumors that a banshee is haunting the Dearborn Manor.

    The following afternoon, Eric meets a friend who invites him, along with five others, to stay for an extended weekend at the ocean-front mansion. That night a scream terrifies the guests and by morning a young man is found dead.

    Everyone in the community, es... more

  • A Twist of Fortune

    by Mike Martin

    This new mystery continues the adventures of Sgt. Windflower as he tries to solve crime and experience the joy and the sadness of life in a small Newfoundland community.

    Follow along as he feels the sometimes bitter taste of an east coast winter and the unique culinary delights of this part of the world. This story is like the weather in Newfoundland. It can twist and turn at any time.

    The small town of Grand Bank in southeast Newfoundland, at the very eastern tip of Canada is in ... more

  • Sapient

    by Jerry Kaczmarowski

    Abandoned by her husband after the birth of their child, Jane Dixon’s world is defined by her 12 year old autistic son, Robbie, and the research she does to find a cure for his condition. She knows her work on animal intelligence may hold the key. She also knows that the research will take decades to complete. None of it will ultimately benefit her son.

    All that changes when a lab rat named Einstein demonstrates that he can read and write. Just as her research yields results, the ... more

  • The Green Pearl Caper. A Damien Dickens Mystery

    by Phyllis Entis
    Celine Sutherland is dead - her body half-hidden under the Atlantic City Boardwalk - and Damien Dickens, P.I. killed her. Detective Lt. James Holmes found Damien’s gun and wallet near the crime scene, and discovered Celine's cash-filled, emerald-studded evening bag hidden in Damien’s apartment. Sylvia Sutherland, Celine’s older sister and CEO of the family’s tobacco empire, insists that Dickens pulled the trigger. And the Sutherlands carry a lot of influence in Atlantic City. Even Damien’s secre... more
  • Seniors Sleuth (Winston Wong Cozy Mystery Book 1)

    by J.J. Chow
    Winston Wong used to test video games but has left his downward spiraling career to follow in the footsteps of Encyclopedia Brown, his favorite childhood detective. When the Pennysaver misprints his new job title, adding an extra "s" to his listing, Winston becomes a "Seniors Sleuth." He gets an easy first case, confirming the natural death of a ninety-year-old man. However, under the surface of the bingo-loving senior home is a seedier world where a genuine homicide actually occurred. Winston f... more
  • Through the Darkness (Lara Martin Series Book 2)

    by Deborah Van Heest
    Thanksgiving has come to the south. Lara hopes to spend a relaxing holiday with her family, but her sister makes an unexpected announcement that changes everything. Renee gave a baby up for adoption. Thrown into an emotional tailspin, Lara must grapple with her own feelings over being adopted. Detective Hammond and Ballard are on the hunt again. This time for a serial killer, but not everything is as it seems and while Lara struggles through her own darkness, Brian must find his way through a... more

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